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Look Loy claims bid to stop Home of Football probe; Wired868 looks at TTSL move against president

On 27 December 2017, Trinidad and Tobago Super League president Keith Look Loy formally asked seven questions of Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams related to the controversial Home of Football project. Thirteen months on, John-Williams has not yet responded conclusively; but it could be Look Loy …

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Board members shocked as DJW allegedly puts daughter on ‘secret’ Home of Football committee

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams appears set to continue acting as emperor of the local football body’s Home of Football, after allegations that he created a committee to meet UEFA officials on the controversial project—inclusive of his daughter, Renee John-Williams—without board approval. The ‘Home of Football …

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“Look Loy is passionate but he is not a strategist”; Wired868 reviews the TTFA AGM, as DJW prevails again

“If the same attitude persists and the president [David John-Williams] continues with the same ‘onemanship’,” said one football member, who spoke on condition of anonymity. “Any board member can call for an extraordinary general meeting to move a vote of no confidence in the president.” Trinidad and Tobago Football Association …

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DJW promises answers on Home of Football and I95.5FM; but amendment spells trouble for TTFA president

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams’ future remains in the balance, after today’s AGM at UWI’s St Augustine Campus ended, predictably, before a motion of no confidence in the local football boss could be tabled. The AGM, which started promptly at 9:30am with a near full house, …

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High Court asked to declare John-Williams’ refusal to share TTFA financial info as unlawful

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) board member Keith Look Loy has formally asked the High Court to review the behaviour of local football president David John-Williams, as the controversial administrator continues to withhold information related to the financial operation of the National Sporting Organisation—and, in particular, the Home of …

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Cunningham: I probably erred; TTFA board member explains role in secretive Home of Football visit

On Sunday 19 August 2018, the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) began preparation for two functions at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva on the following day. One event was a sit-down with TTFA technical director and caretaker Women’s National Senior Team coach Anton Corneal and dealt with his …

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Aanensen: TTFA rife with arrogant, deceitful, power-hungry leadership; true fans must stand up!

“Dictatorship, poor leadership, arrogance and downright defiance at the top, seem to be the order of the day. Poor selection or appointment of administrators and staff continues unabated, and planning, implementation of policies in accordance with the constitution, transparency, honesty and accountability do not exist at any level of the …

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T&T football cannot endure any more! Look Loy calls on John-Williams and his VPs to resign

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams and his vice-presidents, Joanne Salazar and Ewing Davis, have done enough damage to the local game and should pack their bags and leave immediately. This was the verdict of TTFA board member and Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) president Keith …

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“[Why] the urgency?” John-Williams stalls for time over request to see Home of Football contracts

It has been seven weeks since Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams assured stakeholders at an extraordinary general meeting that, although he had not handed over documents related to the US$2.25 million FIFA-funded project, members were free to drop in at the local football body’s headquarters to …

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