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Dear editor: Football dreams of our youth are bigger than Fifa/TTFA; gov’t should intervene

“[…] The continuing impasse—aggravated by the challenges of Covid-19—could effectively jettison the hopes and aspirations of thousands of young people throughout Trinidad and Tobago to improve their lives and their livelihood through football. “[…] Now, with their dreams deferred, the youngsters could easily fall prey to the crime-lord lobbyists who …

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Fifa mum on TTFA, raises funding to over TT$23 million, postpones Concacaf football until 2021

The Fifa Council, which comprises 37 members split between its six confederations, met virtually today but did not reveal any decision with regards to its normalisation committee in Trinidad and Tobago. On 17 March, the seven-member Bureau of the Fifa Council—which is headed by Fifa president Gianni Infantino—voted to dissolve …

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A ‘replica’ of John-Williams! United TTFA turns on president Wallace, calls general meeting

“[…] This pattern of behaviour is unacceptable. It is unilateral. It exceeds the constitutional limits to the president’s authority. “It is deceptive and deeply disappointing. And it replicates the performance of former president David John-Williams…” The following press statement on the actions of Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president William Wallace—in …

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Meet the ‘Ice Cream Man’; Wired868 reviews Hadad’s tenure thus far as TTFA staff return to work

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) ostensibly got back to business today, as all eight staff members turned out for work at its headquarters in the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva. If there was any excitement about returning to their place of employment—now under the management of normalisation committee chairman …

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