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We can save T&T football! Group promises ‘roadmap’ to revive local game after removal of DJW

On Thursday morning, a group of football stakeholders vowed to present a united front and a new vision to challenge incumbent Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams at the upcoming elections, which is tentatively scheduled for November 2019. The media launch was chaired by Trinidad and Tobago …

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Futsal team furious as DJW appeals court ruling—without board approval; TTFA sets new record in legal fees

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams has taken his cash-strapped body back to the High Court, as the local football body submitted an appeal today against its TT$544,943 loss to the National Futsal Team players and technical staff on 13 December 2018. John-Williams’ move provoked a furious …

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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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Futsal Team awarded $.5 million; High Court slams “entirely discredited” DJW evidence and “disingenuous” TTFA

The Trinidad and Tobago National Futsal Team were awarded a comprehensive victory in the High Court today, as they prevailed in a two-year lawsuit against the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) for unpaid salaries, match fees, per diems and expenses totalling roughly TT$475,743 plus interest at three per cent …

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“You have no evidence!” John-Williams faces withering cross-examination in High Court

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams was the last person to enter the courtroom on the second floor of the Port of Spain’s Hall of Justice at roughly 10am on Tuesday 16 October 2018. John-Williams was there for cross-examination, as the TTFA attempted to defend itself against …

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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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Dear Editor: Phillips: Arrogant, shifty John-Williams-led TTFA is steering T&T football to ruin

“The [TTFA’s] handling of former coaches Stephen Hart and Randy Waldrum were nothing short of embarrassingly unprofessional and mean. [And the] TTFA leadership persists in acting in a manner that may very well push creditors to seek legal redress and have the TTFA placed in court-appointed administration. “There simply seems …

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TTFA ordered to pay ex-FIFA ref $500k; DJW-led body accused of trying to mislead High Court 

The David John-Williams-led Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) has been accused of trying to mislead the High Court after allegedly submitting inaccurate information in a sworn affidavit. In a court matter which involves former FIFA referee and ex-head of the local refereeing department, Ramesh Ramdhan, the TTFA—through their attorneys …

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