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Look Loy serves DJW with pre-action protocol letter; TTFA president gets deadline for Home of Football details

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams has received a pre-action protocol letter for his non-disclosure of financial details relating to the football body’s controversial US$2.25 million Home of Football project. The pre-action protocol letter was issued yesterday by TTFA board member Keith Look Loy, who is represented …

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TTFA president gives critics the slip; DJW survives EGM without handing over construction or I95 contracts

“I hereby move a motion to compliment the President for the yeomen effort he has given to advance our beloved game,” said Trinidad and Tobago Football Referees Association (TTRFA) vice-president Osmond Downer, during last night’s TTFA EGM, “but also censure the President for the way in which he approached the …

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DJW reveals limited Home of Football info, admits to breaking up contracts to avoid tender

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams split FIFA funding for the Home of Football project between 15 companies—according to information he sent to Board members—in a move that allowed the administrator to avoid putting contracts up for tender. Last week, TTFA Board member Keith Look Loy formally …

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‘Team DJW’ cranks up the heat, as Salazar writes TTFA Board while I95.5 targets Look Loy, Browne, Harford and Tim Kee

I95.5FM sport reporter Andre Baptiste stands accused of operating like a hired gun for beleaguered Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams, as the latter’s attempts to survive an internal enquiry appear to have taken an explosive turn. John-Williams, who was elected to office on 29 November 2015, …

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Moscow cancelled? DJW supposedly considering about-turn as Look Loy threatens Police action

The stakes for the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s (TTFA) reconvened Extraordinary General Meeting on 13 June have grown higher still, after board member Keith Look Loy formally warned president David John-Williams that he could face the Police investigators, if requests for financial information are not met. John-Williams, who was …

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“Contemptuous!” DJW skips TTFA EGM on “medical advice;” ticket already booked for Russia

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams skipped the football body’s extraordinary general meeting in Couva yesterday while, according to a doctor’s note, he also declared himself too unwell to travel to the Port-of-Spain Industrial Court for a trial date on 4 July in a football-related matter. Yet, …

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Look Loy condemns references to murdered schoolboy as TTSL tensions stay high; Phoenix appeal to TTFA

Trinidad and Tobago Super League League (TTSL) president Keith Look Loy has condemned the “insensitive and irresponsible” references to murdered schoolboy Noah Simmons by rejected club, Marabella Family Crisis Centre, as tensions remain frayed within the TTSL community. Simmons, a Shiva Boys Hindu College student and Marabella FCC youth team …

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John-Williams allegedly injured at Home of Football project; TTFA refuses to confirm or deny claim

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams was allegedly injured on Sunday at the site of the Home of Football project in Couva, according to a medical source. John-Williams, according to a TTFA media release, suffered “non-life-threatening injuries” after an accident on Sunday. However, no details were provided …

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“The rope is at an end!” Central FC, Guaya Utd and Police FC among 14 clubs set for TTFA suspensions

Three-time Pro League champions, Central FC, and current Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) League One and League Two winners, Guaya United and Petit Valley/Diego Martin United (PVDMU) are among 14 clubs due to be provisionally suspended from football, after allegedly failing to meet Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) …

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