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‘Humble’, ‘gentleman’, ‘red Eric’, ‘complicit’, ‘likeable’, ‘victim’… T&T football remembers ‘Ollie’

Oliver Camps, Trinidad and Tobago’s longest serving football president, died this morning at the age of 87. Camps was president of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) and the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) from 1992 to 2012—almost always alongside his special advisor and then FIFA vice president …

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TTFA pays four match fees but Warriors maintain strike threat; DJW urged to reveal contracts with foreign FAs

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) has paid match fees to its Men’s National Senior Team players for four of six outstanding games, although president David John-Williams is believed to remain some distance from mending his relationship with the Soca Warriors. On Tuesday 18 December, Wired868 revealed exclusively that …

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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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DJW tells Latapy-George to find a new job; Cunningham replaced on TTFA board

The future of Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) general secretary Justin Latapy-George could be the latest touch paper within the fractious football body, as board member Keith Look Loy vowed to resist president David John-Williams’ attempt to replace the general secretary next month. Latapy-George’s term with the TTFA expires …

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TTFA board picks Cooper as women’s coach; discusses VP’s resignation and Men’s U17 and U20 teams

Shawn Cooper will lead the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Senior Team into the next week’s Concacaf Championship, after his proposed selection was finally brought before the board of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) last night. Faced with a choice of Cooper and American Randy Waldrum—with just six …

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Salazar chaos continues: Cunningham voted both ways, Look Loy accuses DJW of fraud

The fall out from the suppression of Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) vice-president Joanne Salazar’s resignation continued over the Republic Day weekend, with president David John-Williams, general secretary Justin Latapy-George and board member Wayne Cunningham increasingly under the spotlight for varying reasons. Salazar resigned her post on 11 September …

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Latapy-George: DJW ordered me to keep VP’s resignation secret from the TTFA board

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) general secretary Justin Latapy-George confirmed that vice-president Joanne Salazar quit the local football body almost two weeks ago and that president David John-Williams instructed him to hide it from the board. And, more pertinently, Latapy-George admitted that Salazar was not a board member when …

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TTFA board still to rule on Cooper appointment; Waldrum, Hood declare coaching interest

The Women Soca Warriors were promised the necessary funding for their upcoming Concacaf Championships in the United States by the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs. But the matter of their technical staff for the competition remains a contentious issue. On Monday, Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David …

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