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NC announces TTFA posts for Solange Gomes and Michael Ragoonath—no CVs or details provided

The Fifa-appointed normalisation committee announced two more appointments today, as Solange Gomes and Michael Ragoonath were named as Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) finance manager and interim head of refereeing department respectively. Ragoonath, a former Fifa assistant referee who officiated at the South Korea/Japan 2002 World Cup, replaces Boni …

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‘Blatant disrespect!’ Players lift lid on G/Cup feud, which almost saw T&T withdraw before Mexico game

The Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team came within a whisker of elimination from the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup tournament before the competition even started in earnest.  But the wily opponent that nearly chopped down the Soca Warriors, according to the players themselves, was not French Guiana or Montserrat …

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UFCTT: How long will normalisation comm use pandemic as excuse for postponing youth development?

“[…] The challenges of today are not unique to Trinidad and Tobago but [are] being experienced in varying degrees by all nations whose players will be participating in this tournament, and any youth tournament worldwide. “Some country’s pandemic experience has been much worse than our current situation. But proper planning …

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Eve and Soca Warriors technical staff still unpaid, TTFA regains HoF and sets AGM date

Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team interim head coach Angus Eve and his technical staff are among over a dozen Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) employees still awaiting outstanding salaries from the local football body. Eve was hired as Soca Warriors head coach by the Fifa-appointed normalisation committee …

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Hadad’s unconstitutional ‘meeting’ raises more questions on NC’s occupation of the TTFA

Fifa-appointed normalisation committee chairman Robert Hadad has come under fire again for repeat violations of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) Constitution, after his invitation to members for a meeting provoked more questions about his leadership. On Wednesday, TTFA acting general secretary Amiel Mohammed invited members to a ‘meeting’ …

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Joevin and Levi sit out practice before final WCQ, as farcical NC travel plans left players without boots

On the eve of the Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team’s final World Cup qualifying outing against St Kitts and Nevis, six players were asked to train in sneakers on wet grass, after they were left without football boots—as a result of farcical travel plans arranged by the Fifa-appointed …

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Normalisation committee announces fourth TTFA appointment, 11 days after he started working!

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) interim general secretary Amiel Mohammed announced Fifa’s fourth appointment on its normalisation committee today: Massy Finance and Republic Bank director Trevor Nicholas Gomez. Remarkably, Gomez was actually appointed by Fifa on 15 March 2021 and immediately became an active member of the team. However, …

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NFCTT disputes Hadad’s claim that coaches ‘paid up’; Corneal, Shabazz discuss Fenwick fracas

National Football Coaches of Trinidad and Tobago (NFCTT) interim president Jefferson George has denied Fifa-appointed normalisation committee chairman Robert Hadad’s apparent claim that any coaches were paid off under his watch. Hadad’s comments were supposedly made in a press conference on 18 March and subsequently published in the Trinidad Newsday …

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Fenwick and Fuentes: BFFs? How Hadad’s response to alleged altercation saved Englishman TT$5.4 million

Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team head coach Terry Fenwick gave his press officer, Shaun Fuentes, a hug in the Piarco International Airport Departure Lounge this morning, as the Soca Warriors headed off to Santo Domingo and their opening Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifier against Guyana. At a glance, …

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