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Emergency minutes: More Capelli mystery, De Four, McKnight hired, U-23s axed and U-15 girls snubbed again

The Soca Warriors were already outfitted in Capelli Sport gear a full two weeks before the Emergency Committee sanctioned its kit deal on behalf of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA). The dodgy timeline for the TTFA’s latest equipment sponsor was one of several notable revelations from the football …

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TTFA axes Men’s Olympic Team; Camara appears to contradict FIFA on Home of Football

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) general secretary Camara David has confirmed that the local football body will not participate in the Tokyo 2020 Men’s Olympic qualifying series. David, via a press statement, said the football body’s decision was due to ‘financial difficulties’ and because the Olympic Games was a ‘difficult …

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Eve: T&T football is going backwards and DJW should resign; national youth players now working in construction!

Men’s National Under-23 Team head coach-in-waiting, Angus Eve, is urging Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams and his Board to accept that they are not up to the job of running local football and resign with immediate effect. Eve’s plea came within 24 hours of a press …

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DJW calls off Board meeting after High Court blocks attempt to move Look Loy; national youth teams left in limbo

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams abruptly called off a Board meeting today, with less than an hour’s notice to members, after a High Court injunction blocked him from fulfilling his threat of jettisoning perceived rival, Keith Look Loy. On Glorious Saturday, John-Williams, through his fresh-faced general …

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T&T start Olympic qualifiers in July but neither coach nor squad in place; ex-TD advises TTFA to turn to minor leagues

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) has been advised to turn to ‘minor leagues’, as the chronically under-prepared local football body is tasked to build a team from scratch to compete in the 2020 Olympic qualifying series, which kicks off in three months. The TTFA does not have a National …

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