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‘I will be back!’ ‘Ball Pest’ Cummings on his football education, silencing Mexico, and his international exile

“I will be back on the pitch soon,” said Terminix La Horquetta Rangers playmaker and ex-Trinidad and Tobago international star Keron ‘Ball Pest’ Cummings. “So I hope Mr [Angus] Eve keeps a place open for me!” Cummings was not among the 60 players selected by Men’s National Senior Team interim …

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‘Fly with the angels, Grovy!’ A footballing tribute to iconic SSFL coach Nigel Grosvenor

Trinidad and Tobago lost a giant of its youth football arena today, at roughly 3am. Former St Anthony’s College and Queen’s Royal College (QRC) football coach Nigel ‘Grovy’ Grosvenor passed away at the Couva Hospital this morning, more than a month after he was admitted there—following a positive test for …

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TTFA accounts frozen while Fifa stalls on paying subvention, Wallace insists better days coming

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president William Wallace has insisted that the current administration can competently manage the local game, even as he admitted that the TTFA’s accounts were frozen by a creditor while Fifa is hesitant to pay its annual subvention to the local football body. Last Thursday, …

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Hart gets TT$5 million for wrongful dismissal, DJW fails to defend sacking T&T coach

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) must fork out TT$5 million to former Men’s National Senior Team head coach Stephen Hart for wrongful dismissal and unpaid salaries and bonuses, after controversial football president David John-Williams failed to defend his sacking of the Soca Warriors coach. Justice Eleanor Donaldson-Honeywell delivered …

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Fact checking DJW: Hart problems, star gazing and why fans, stats and players—but not Lawrence!—are to blame

On Friday, Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams sat down with TV6 Morning Edition host Fazeer Mohammed to discuss the state of football in the twin island republic. “I am not here to defend a coach, I am not here to defend an association,” said John-Williams, “I …

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