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T-League on verge of collapse as Gillette accuses DJW and Camara of betrayal

The much-vaunted T-League, a FIFA-approved and TTFA-run football league involving Trinidad and Tobago’s two top domestic competitions, appears to be on the verge of collapse before a ball is kicked, with leaked correspondence suggesting an about-turn by Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams. Today, Commission chairman Lindsay …

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Raring to go! Fakoory buzzing as Pro League prepares for Friday kickoff in Couva

Trinidad and Tobago’s Pro League clubs are paid up and raring to go, according to chairman Richard Fakoory. The local top flight competition kicks off on Friday evening with a double header at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. San Juan Jabloteh tackle Point Fortin Civic from 6pm while Defence …

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Sport Ministry: Audits missing for W Connection and Pt Fortin; taxpayers spent $76 million on Pro League

The Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs has identified W Connection and Point Fortin Civic as the two Pro League clubs who are yet to submit relevant information to the government—including audited financial statements—so as to make themselves eligible for funding. Minister Shamfa Cudjoe has so far refused to approve …

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Pro League delays start by further week; Fakoory: Our CEO was right, but things changed

The Trinidad and Tobago Pro League is now due to kick off on Friday 10 August, according to a statement from the local top flight administrative body. The decision was taken after a meeting of the League’s board of directors at the Ato Boldon Stadium on Monday. Chairman Richard Fakoory …

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Pro League owners: We will survive! Owners deny Cabinet rescue report but bullish about chances

“Despite the departure [of chairman Sam Phillip and CEO Dexter Skeene], the Pro League Board remains committed to the survival of professional football.” The following is a release from the Pro League Media on the durability of the top-flight competition. Despite a Trinidad Guardian report yesterday about an impending TT$6 …

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