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David John-Williams, the defeated CFU presidential candidate at yesterday’s 39th Congress of CFU at the Sheraton Hotel in Miami, USA, is being advised to fix his house first before attempting to build one in his neighbour’s yard.

Former women’s head coach Jamaal Shabazz says he does not believe that the running of local football is being led by a one-man show. In fact, he says the open discussion forum hosted by the T&T Football Association Saturday at Naparima College and his interactions with TTFA President David John-Williams suggests that there is a process of change in how business is conducted at the governing body.

David John-Williams, president of the T&T Football Association is anticipating the next few weeks with bated breath as several of this country’s national teams and leading clubs enter into major competitions.

THE TRINIDAD and Tobago Football Association (TTFA), for the first time under the presidency of David John-Williams held an open discussion forum with it stakeholders after the Extraordinary General Meeting at Naparima College on Saturday.

The T&T Football Association (TTFA) has entered into a partnership agreement for the staging of a one-month TTFA/Scotiabank Grassroots programme to be held at various venues throughout the country, starting August 2.

By this Saturday, David John-Williams hopes to add the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) president portfolio to his current role of Trinidad and Tobago Football Association president which he has held for just nine months.

Atlanta United, the MLS expansion side who will join the league in 2017, now have seven players in their squad but by far the biggest-name signing so far is striker Kenwyne Jones.

Nathan Regis, the senior from Pfeiffer University (Richfield, NC) joined the Ocean City Nor’easters this year after an exceptional season for the Pfeiffer Falcons. Regis' 32 goals and 7 assists in 25 games earned him the NCAA Division II Player of the Year award and helped his school win a national championship.

Prior to suffering  a torn ACL last week, T&T full back Shannon Gomez was closing in on making his full MLS debut for New York City FC. And now that he is out for the rest of the season, club head coach, former French star Patrick Vieira is nothing but disappointed to lose the player.

Former Crystal Palace and Tottenham Hotspur prospect John Bostock has revealed he is “very happy”  to be judged on football ability after joining Lens this summer.

Back when Players Development Academy U-18 players Chaz and Josh Burnett were on Montclair United Soccer Club’s U-11 team, they faced a much younger version of the PDA side that they now represent.

New York City FC defender Shannon Gomez suffered an injury in training, rupturing his ACL. He will undergo corrective surgery and will be out for the remainder of the 2016 MLS season.

After months of speculation and 14 years on the international football circuit, Trinidad and Tobago's Kenwyne Jones will finally be returning to the playing field at home.

A decision by the Tobago Football Association (TFA) to scrap the National Gas Company (NGC) National Super League was shot down at Saturday’s Extraordinary General Meeting of the T&T Football Association (TTFA). There was no voting on the idea but Super League clubs are expecting that their voice will be heard.

Crown Trace Football Club was in fine style at the ESPN Wide World of Sport in Orlando, Florida at the Disney International Cup, last week.

The Football 7s Association of T&T and the Miscellaneous Group have signed a partnership deal with the Inter Agency Task Force for this year’s tournament at St Paul’s Street Multi Purpose Complex, Port-of-Spain.

TOP OF the table St Ann’s Rangers (13 points) dropped their first points in the 2016 Trinidad and Tobago Women’s League Football (WoLF) campaign as they salvaged a 1-1 draw against seventh place Club Sando (two points) when Fifth Round action continued at the Carenage Rcreation Ground on Saturday.

Trinidad and Tobago's Crown Trace FC were handed a tough semi-final draw after closing off their round robin campaign in the under-17 division of the 2016 Disney Cup with a 7-2 whipping of Association of Christian Youths (ACYS) Spirit United at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida, USA, on Friday.

Trinidad and Tobago’s National Under 15 Girls Team head coach Marlon Charles is pushing on with the preparation of his team ahead of their opening game of the CONCACAF Under 15 Girls Championship against the United States on August 9th at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Disney in Orlando.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 15 Girls team will face the United States in its opening match of the CONCACAF Girls’ Under 15 Championship in Orlando, Florida on Tuesday August 9th, 2016. T&T have been grouped with the US, Mexico, Haiti and Dominican Republic.

National Under 15 Women’s Team head coach Marlon Charles has described the upcoming CONCACAF U-15 Championship in Disney,Orlando as the perfect opportunity for local players to deepen their love for the sport.

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association joined with the rest of CONCACAF to celebrate the second annual CONCACAF Women’s Football Day with a Girls Under 15 Festival at St Mary’s College Grounds in Port of Spain on Saturday morning.

The holder of dual citizenship (US/T&T)—her dad is Trinidadian Mark Ellis who captained QRC in 1989—16-year-old football player Amaya Ellis chose to try out for T&T some years ago and has steadily progressed to becoming a key defender/ midfielder on our national under-20 team.

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association will be staging a National Girls Tournament/Festival at the St Mary’s College Ground and St Joseph’s Convent College Ground in Port of Spain on Saturday April 30th, 2016 from 10am.

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NATIONAL BEACH soccer custodian, Zane Coker, continues to make waves for his team BSC Bienne Hatchets at the Suzuki Beach Soccer League in Switzerland.

Trinidad and Tobago’s National Futsal Team ended their World Cup aspirations on Thursday night as they suffered a heart wrenching 5-3 defeat to Honduras in their second leg CONCACAF playoff qualifier at the BN Arena in San Jose, Costa Rica.