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Major TTFF changes afoot; Muhammad tipped to return

Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) president Raymond Tim Kee told Wired868.com on the weekend that the local football fraternity should expect “major changes” in February. However, Tim Kee stopped short of saying whether general secretary Richard Groden would be replaced or if, as rumoured, ex-national team manager David Muhammad …

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The best of 2012: Lady PM goes Ga Ga, Warner’s excellent lie and T&T football under siege

Wired868 continues its look at 2012 with months April to June sees controversial Chaguanas West MP Jack Warner star in a bizarre Cabinet reshuffle and almost everything else while Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar lets the dogs out at her two-year anniversary party and ends up short of one coalition partner. …

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Soca Warriors set for Christmas pay-out

The Trinidad and Tobago national football team’s players and staff are set for a merry holiday season as the Sport Ministry and the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) are both set to reward the “Soca Warriors” for their efforts in a testing year. National football team manager William Wallace …

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Tim Kee: I am my own man

New Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) president Raymond Tim Kee addresses the membership after being elected unopposed today: Today we have taken just another small step in pursuit of national greatness. The democratic process that has resulted in the appointment of a President and a National Executive signals that …

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T&T Football praying for kiss of life

Wired868 journalist Filbert Street (to camera): “Today we return to the Port of Spain hospital where six weeks ago, Football was rushed by ambulance, battered and abused and fighting for its life. Although we all believed Football had begun its recovery, today we have been told of a shocking relapse …

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Murray quits; Tim Kee is next TTFF president

The Normandie Hotel in St Ann’s was the site for an impromptu rendition of “Hello, Goodbye” from Colin Murray today as the Carib Brewery events and marketing manager officially announced himself as a Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) presidential nominee and then immediately pulled out of the race for …

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