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George: NC vowed to pay coaches and training stipends; but no word on TTFA members’ concerns

The Fifa-appointed normalisation committee will settle outstanding payments for all technical staff members appointed by former Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president William Wallace, inclusive of Soca Warriors head coach Terry Fenwick and his support staff. And it will also pay a training stipend to the Men’s National Senior …

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Dear Editor: For the players’ sake, TTFA must save futsal from self-appointed president Geoffrey Edwards

“[…] Educators refer to ‘recency and frequency’ as part of the learning process, and when you look at our players, they all possess tremendous individual skill. It follows therefore that the more they play futsal, the more adept at it they will become.  “A national futsal league, not necessarily a …

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Truce! Hadad skips coaches meeting but NC members promise response in four days

Normalisation committee chairman and de facto Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) boss Robert Hadad was a no-show yesterday as the Fifa-appointed body hosted officials from the National Football Coaches of Trinidad and Tobago (NFCTT), in a crucial virtual meeting. NFCTT interim president Jefferson George and executive member Angus Eve …

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Normalisation comm asks for trust, vows to improve communication; after TTFA members write Fifa

The Robert Hadad-led normalisation committee has promised to ‘improve on the communication channels between the TTFA and its membership’, after representatives that comprise half of the local football body complained to Fifa about Hadad’s stewardship. The 14-page letter from the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) members, written by Eastern …

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‘A breeding ground for mismanagement and fraud!’ TTFA Members report Hadad-led NC to Fifa

Eight of the 16 bodies that comprise the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) have accused Fifa-appointed normalisation committee chairman Robert Hadad and his colleagues of ‘weak management’, poor communication, ‘glaring errors regarding […] proper corporate governance’ and ‘creating a breeding ground for mismanagement and fraud’. The accusations, supported by …

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Hadad and his crew are the only ones earning from football, while they suffer T&T players and coaches

The only people making money in football in Trinidad and Tobago for the last year have been non-football people. Robert Hadad is drawing upwards of TT$40,000 per month while Judy Daniel, Nigel Romano and Trevor Gomez are banking over TT$30,000 per month—based on the standard sums given to Fifa-appointed normalisation …

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Welshman James Thomas named T&T Women’s head coach; all-local support staff to be appointed

The Fifa-appointed normalisation committee has hired Welsh coach James Thomas as the new head coach of the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Senior Team. Thomas is a former Wales Women’s National Senior Team assistant coach and performance analyst and holds a Uefa ‘A’ License and Elite Youth ‘A’ License. He …

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Downer: ‘I don’t want to be the lone wolf!’ TTFA stakeholders mum as Hadad flounders

Trinidad and Tobago football is comprised of international teams, domestic leagues, zonal bodies, administrative support staff, coaching education and player development—all overseen by standing committees which report back to the board of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA). Some of those components have been laid low by the Covid-19 …

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Hadad betrayed us! National players and staff fire back at normalisation committee

Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team players have accused Fifa-appointed normalisation committee chairman Robert Hadad of betrayal, as roughly 40 percent of the local-based players skipped practice today. The training sessions are usually attended by roughly 28 players, but only 16 showed up today. And, according to a source, …

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