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Dear editor: Why Fifa’s normalisation committee won’t help T&T’s football

“The real problem with the TTFA isn’t generally about the president of the TTFA. The problem is and has been the individuals representing the member associations. “[…] History speaks for itself about what our presidents have done because our democratic membership allowed it to happen…” The following letter to the …

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Downer: Sancho used local courts—so why not Wallace? And Look Loy was not removed

Trinidad and Tobago Football Referees Association (TTFRA) vice-president Osmond Downer, one of the framers of the TTFA’s constitution, has defended president William Wallace’s decision to legally challenge Fifa’s attempt to remove him, based on his perception of natural justice and the governing body’s own statutes. The TTFA Constitution—article 38.2-2—and FIFA’s …

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Eve, Jack, Jeffrey and La Foucade are in, but no room for Cooper as TTFA appoints coaches

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) made over two dozen technical appointments in a marathon meeting last night with Dion La Foucade, Angus Eve and Kelvin Jack among the new inclusions into the national pool. However, technical committee chairman Keith Look Loy did not have things all his way, …

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TTFA bungle keeps Pro League teams out of Concacaf again, disqualification ‘hidden’ from clubs

Interim Pro League chairman Brent Sancho said he was ‘thoroughly disappointed’ that local top flight clubs will miss out on Concacaf competition for the second year running, after the David John-Williams-led Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) failed to fix ‘a simple error’. Worse, the information was relayed by Concacaf …

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‘Discourteous, totally disrespectful and dangerous!’ Sancho slams DJW on Anguilla fixture swap

Acting Pro League chairman Brent Sancho has accused Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams of ‘total disrespect’ to the local top flight competition and putting the health of players at risk, due to the latter’s unilateral decision to shift Trinidad and Tobago’s friendly international against Anguilla from …

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