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‘United TTFA’ blame John-Williams for ‘alarming destruction’ of T&T football

“United TTFA sees the immediate ill fortune of [the Men’s and Women’s National Senior Teams] as emblematic of the ongoing collapse of TTFA’s national teams programme under the David John-Williams administration…” The following media statement on the state of Trinidad and Tobago football was issued by ‘United TTFA’ members Anthony …

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TTFA Committee blanks Ascension extension, votes to wait for gov’t Pro League subvention instead 

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s National Football Committee, charged with restarting domestic football, has ruled that the privately-funded Ascension Invitational Tournament be denied an extension while clubs wait on taxpayers’ money to start the 2019 Pro League season instead. The Committee also endorsed the Pro League’s invitation for Trinidad …

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Ollivierra torches Rosa’s ‘Big Cannons’ as Army flex muscles ahead of Caledonia clash

Defence Force (22 points) maintained their slender one-point lead in Division One of the Ascension Invitational Tournament yesterday, as they eased to a 3-1 victory over FC Santa Rosa at the Hasely Crawford Stadium training field. Meanwhile, in Guayaguayare, Morvant Caledonia AIA (21 points) stayed hot on the heels of …

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Ascension Rd 7 (Video): J-P Rochford and ‘Boyo’ deliver as ‘Rosa Nation’ and ‘Army’ shine

Curtis Gonzales steals the spotlight, John-Paul Rochford erupts at the Velodrome and Jomoul Francois strikes again as Defence Force, FC Santa Rosa and Terminix La Horquetta Rangers see off San Juan Jabloteh, Guaya United and Cunupia FC respectively in Round Seven of the Ascension Invitational Tournament. Analyst Terry Fenwick and …

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Pro League invites TTSL clubs to form its ‘second division’ but mum on benefits; Look Loy declines

The Trinidad and Tobago Pro League (TTPL) has offered Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) clubs the chance at a slot in the top flight competition. Sort of. Just days after announcing its intention to start the 2019 TTPL season on 4 October—after growing tired of waiting for the Trinidad …

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Pro League and TTSL go separate ways as T-League hopes fade for 2019; Guardian $3 million claim refuted

The Trinidad and Tobago Pro League has confirmed that their clubs will go it alone this season, after a board meeting this morning. The decision, relayed via a press statement by CEO Julia Baptiste, means curtains for the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s proposed T-League, which should have been an …

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