Home / Tag Archives: TTFF (page 8)

Tag Archives: TTFF

High Court gives Warner and TTFF more time

Justice Devindra Rampersad’s agenda was disturbed again today at the Port of Spain High Court as the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) once more disobeyed a court order and failed to take legal action against its former Special Advisor and Works Minister Jack Warner. The TTFF’s decision again raised …

Read More »

Ex-soldier ambushes battalion

Ex-solder Devorn Jorsling bit the hand that fed him on Sunday by scoring the lone goal as Caledonia AIA edged Defence Force 1-0 in the TTFF FA Trophy final at Marabella. Wired868 cannot confirm whether Caledonia received a trophy for their triumph or just a photograph of the “Soca Warriors” …

Read More »

Candice fights back from brutal assault

Candice Worrell returned to her Couva home last weekend for the first time since the 29-year-old health and safety officer was brutally attacked by a still unidentified assailant outside her Jenexcon Engineering workplace in Montrose, Chaguanas on 20 January 2012. By Monday, she was back at the St James Medical …

Read More »

TTFF appoint national managers

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) today announced the appointment of three managers to its football teams. Joycelyn Francois-Opadeyi, a former national hockey team captain and women’s cricket team manager, will serve as manager of the woman’s under-17 team. William Wallace, a past secondary schools cricket president, has been …

Read More »

TTFF to sue Warner Today

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) has decided to sue its former special advisor and Minister of Works and Infrastructure Jack Warner over missing 2006 World Cup revenue and agreed to send a pre-action protocol letter to Warner today. Derek Ali, attorney for the TTFF, informed Justice Devindra Rampersad …

Read More »

TTFF: Warner took Haiti aid money

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) admitted culpability this morning for the Haiti financial aid scandal reported exclusively by the UK Sunday Times and confirmed by Wired868.com on 12 February 2012. However, Minister of Works and Infrastructure and ex-FIFA Vice President Jack Warner was fingered as the only person …

Read More »

TTFF must tackle Jack or face contempt charge

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) has three days to decide on a suitably tough legal suit against its former Special Advisor and “renegade agent” Jack Warner, the Minister of Works and a former FIFA Vice President, or face a charge for contempt of court. Justice Devindra Rampersad gave …

Read More »

Warner, TTFF mum on Haitian aid scandal

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) kept a still tongue today in the face of reports that FIFA has stopped funding the local sporting body due to its role in the misappropriation of aid funds meant for earthquake-ravaged, Haiti. On Sunday, the UK Times revealed that $4.76 million (US$750,000) …

Read More »

FIFA withholds Warner pension

FIFA revealed yesterday that it is withholding the pension of its former Vice President and Trinidad and Tobago Works Minister Jack Warner. Warner resigned from FIFA last June in the wake of bribery allegations that saw fellow Vice President Mohamed Bin Hammam banned for life. However, the former TTFF special …

Read More »

Warner snubs High Court request

Works Minister and ex-FIFA Vice President Jack Warner yesterday ignored a High Court request to provide written accounts of all income, donations, gifts, grants or benefits whatsoever and all expenditure arising from the Germany 2006 World Cup. High Court Judge Devindra Rampersad declared, on 12 January 2012, that Warner, who …

Read More »

TTFF tries to divorce its past

Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) Acting President Lennox Watson, who was the football body’s longest serving vice president until his sudden promotion last October, could not answer many questions at this evening’s press conference at the Harvard Sports Club on Serpentine Road, Port of Spain. Watson said he did …

Read More »