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King tipped to join Fenwick’s staff, recommended for T&T U-20 coaching post

Thirty-nine year old coach Derek King is set to become the third appointment of the new Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) era, as technical committee chairman Keith Look Loy confirmed today that his name will be presented to the Board for ratification in the first week of January. King, …

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Look Loy: ‘There’s no better candidate than Fenwick!’ Wired868 looks at new T&T coaching set-up

Terry Fenwick, an England 1986 World Cup defender and former Central FC and San Juan Jabloteh coach, is the new Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team head coach, after the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) offered him a two-year deal today that could stretch to four years based …

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TTFA targets Hood and Waldrum to replace De Four; Look Loy explains delay in Board release

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) technical committee chairman Keith Look Loy confirmed that Women Soca Warriors head coach Stephan De Four has been dismissed, with his National Under-17 and Under-20 portfolios offered to Police FC coach Richard Hood and former Women’s National Senior Team coach Randy Waldrum. Hood, who …

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Lawrence pays for win ratio that fell to 6% in 2019, new coach expected before Christmas

Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team head coach Dennis ‘Tallest’ Lawrence finally paid the price for an abysmal record in charge of the Soca Warriors yesterday, as the new Board of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) sacked him in its first official meeting under president William Wallace. Wired868 understands …

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“[Our] best is just not good enough”; Wired868 reviews Lawrence’s tenure in quotes

“We must always remember it’s Trinidad and Tobago that went 13 games without a victory—not Dennis Lawrence…” Wired868 looks at Dennis Lawrence’s term as Men’s National Senior Team head coach in quotes: 21 January 2017 Lawrence on his appointment as Men’s National Senior Team head coach: “I feel very honoured …

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TTFA confirms 13 from 16 board members; and nearly half of them served under DJW

The general secretariat of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) has confirmed 13 of the 16 persons who will comprise the new board of the local body. The new TTFA board is due to meet for the first time tomorrow, as the William Wallace-led administration looks to chart the way …

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‘Concerned’ Wallace writes Fifa on Warner links, Inside World Football denies paid hatchet job

Newly elected Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president William Wallace has dismissed links between himself and disgraced former Fifa vice-president Jack Warner as a work of fantasy. This afternoon, Wallace, whose ‘United TTFA’ slate won a clean sweep at the TTFA elections on Sunday 24 November, wrote Fifa general …

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Wallace: T&T football needed change; coaching contracts allegedly awarded on eve of election

Transparency, collective governance, constitutional amendment, sweeping audits and coaching contracts. New Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president William Wallace drew up a list of immediate priorities as he assumes office tomorrow, after being elected to replace David John-Williams. Wallace, the current Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) president and a …

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Wallace, John-Williams clash on Lawrence and finances, as DJW issues first release from ‘Team Impactors’

United TTFA: “United TTFA believes that as TTFA President, i.e. Chairman of the TTFA Board, [David] John-Williams must accept institutional responsibility for having extended the contract of a coach who has proven to be entirely inadequate to the task, but who undeservedly continues to enjoy the benefits of being the …

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Breakfast with United TTFA: Wallace on Look Loy partnership and plans to revamp Warriors

Almost four months to the day that the group now known as the ‘United TTFA’ declared its intention to unseat Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams, the bloc, headed by presidential candidate William Wallace, finally offered a comprehensive view of its plans at a breakfast meeting on …

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