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‘Content, pacified, domiciled and domesticated’; Nakhid knocks CFU president’s supposed ‘subservience’ to Concacaf

“[…] How can you, as president of an organisation that controls the  majority voting bloc in Concacaf, be content, pacified, domiciled and domesticated to the point that you grovel at the feet of your Concacaf bosses?” The following letter to the editor, in response to a Q&A with Caribbean Football …

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More than half of Concacaf nations concede home advantage; Santo Domingo hosts eight WCQs in one week

Trinidad and Tobago were far from the anomaly yesterday as Concacaf revealed that more than half of the nations involved in the opening round of Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifying matches have conceded home advantage, due mostly to their respectively Covid-19 protocols. Seventeen from 30 nations will play their home …

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Dear Editor: Let’s dare to aim high; Wallace’s courage should be applauded

The following Letter to the Editor on the William Wallace-led TTFA administration was submitted to Wired868 by Patrick Raymond: The recently and newly elected Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president William Wallace and his administration, following its removal and the installation of a Fifa ‘normalisation committee’, and its recent …

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‘They ent lifting a finger!’ TTFA rules out Caribbean support as Ramdhan lets loose

If the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) hoped for regional support as they try to stave off Fifa intervention in the form of a normalisation committee, such dreams have apparently dissipated. “We have private support [from the Caribbean member associations],” one official told Wired868 today. “They agree that we …

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