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INSTEAD of seeking ways to fix its debt crisis, as requested by Fifa and Concacaf officials in a recent visit, the TT Football Association (TTFA) will discuss the legitimacy of outspoken member Keith Look Loy's appointment to the board of directors in 2017, at a board meeting on Wednesday.

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association will host a Club licensing workshop conducted by CONCACAF officials  this Wednesday at the National Cycling Velodrome, Couva.

Sport Minister Shamfa Cudjoe remains deafeningly silent as the furore surrounding Trinidad and Tobago’s football continues to intensify in the courts, the board room and, ultimately, the fields of play.

The David Nakhid International Academy (DNA), comprising of three players from the TTFA Elite Under 15 selection, defeated Atletico Madrid 3-2 on its way to capturing the Madrid Cup in Spain on the weekend.

OFFICIALS from Fifa and Concacaf yesterday called a meeting with the TT Football Association (TTFA) board of directors, asking them for a solution to deal with the association’s debt crisis.

The legal and financial woes of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) have intensified with Hotel Normandie joining the list of creditors weighing up a run on the football body’s finances.

IF there was a Cult Hero XI at Ibrox, Marvin Andrews would be one of the first names on the teamsheet.

Battery defender Leland Archer has been named to the USL Team of the Week following the Battery's 2-0 win over Charlotte Independence this past Sunday.

Energy FC have signed defender Alvin Jones, pending league and federation approval, Head Coach Steve Cooke announced today. The 24-year-old joins OKC from Trinidad and Tobago Pro League club W Connection FC, where he had played since 2012, winning two league titles and featuring in the Concacaf Champions League on six occasions.

The 40-year-old former Ipswich Town and Sunderland star who won almost 100 caps for Trinidad & Tobago in a professional career that saw him play in the 2002 World Cup, will manage the team alongside current boss Jamie Scales and coach Glenn Snell.

For most of the Canadian Premier League’s crop of talented footballers, a league-wide foray to the Dominican Republic for pre-season training is a final step toward getting into tip-top shape ahead of kickoff on April 27.

Toronto FC II announced today that the club has signed defender Jelani Peters to a USL contract for the 2019 season. He will join the club’s roster pending league and federation approval.

The SKHY FC Under-11 team and FC Ginga Under-15 side were among the big winners as action in the East Zone of the Republic Bank Youth League (RBYL) continued at Constantine Park, Macoya on Saturday 13 April.

The landscape of personalities across football in Trinidad and Tobago is peppered with egos that are less guardians of the game’s best interests and more protectors of their patches of dominion. It is also salted with other temperaments, willing masters to willing serfs and willing serfs to willing masters,  who are ultra cautious of those who do not render them patronage and tribute or relevance and survival. Richard Fakoory, to my assessment, was neither of these defensive, sharp-edged and unfortunate dispositions. He was approachable, collaborative, down to earth, engaging, frank, humble, transparent and non-triangulating. He appreciated that football would outlast him and that his responsibility was to the enduring greater good of the sport locally, rather than to the convenience of his fleeting present. In my estimation, this is one reason why he resisted participating in the arms race of escalating player wages that often lured fine players from his club on to perceived greener pastures, but that also occasionally bounced them back to Rangers as prodigal sons.

Nevick De­noon, coach of North­ern Foot­ball As­so­ci­a­tion (NFA) cam­paign­ers Mor­vant El­e­ments, is claim­ing vic­tim­i­sa­tion for the past two years for a stance tak­en against the Re­gion­al As­so­ci­a­tion tour­na­ment.

San Juan Jabloteh heads into the Easter break top of the Under-13 and Under-15 divisions in the 2019 Youth Pro League, but the young "San Juan Kings" continue their struggle in the bottom half of the Under-17 division.

After three shaky rounds with just 27 from 45 scheduled matches taking place, the Youth Pro League (YPL) finally had a full quota of games on the weekend. Once again, TT Pro League CEO Julia Baptiste blamed registration issues for the barrage of defaulted fixtures and forfeited points.

MIC held off Seed of Greatness 2-1 on Saturday evening as action continued in the Sweet Sixteen Football League at the Ojoe Road Recreation Ground, Sangre Grande. After a goalless first half.

TTFA Elite Under 14 girls head coach Marlon Charles is continuing the screening process as he seeks to select a final pool of players to prepare for the next CONCACAF Under 15 Girls Championship in Florida.

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association will commence screening for National Under 15 girls Selection with a session at the TTFA Home of Football training pitch at Ato Boldon Stadium this Sunday March 17th, 2019.

Five months after Trinidad and Tobago was controversially forfeited from the Concacaf Girls’ Under-15 Championship in the United States, the local Girls’ National Under-15 Team have not held a single training session and have no idea when next they will meet on the football field.

“On the first game day of the Concacaf Championship, I didn’t even have a TTFA badge or number on my game jersey. If that doesn’t paint the picture of how disrespected I was as a National Team player, I don’t know what will.

For the first time in awhile, I noticed how disjointed we are during our pre-tournament camp in Raleigh. We have cliques, like all teams do; but we have to have the maturity to see past differences for the good of football and country. That was hard to do this time but I believe it was hard to do because of two main reasons.

“I want real, lasting, impactful change for women’s football. David John-Williams ran his campaign on the premise of bringing women’s football to the forefront of his candidacy to lead the TTFA. Why is the Women’s National Team used a sacrificial piece to enhance these men and their chauvinistic values?

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Pro League Table

Rank Teams Played Points
1 W Connection FC 18 37
2 Central FC 18 36
3 Club Sando 18 33
4 Police FC 18 33
5 Defence Force 18 30
6 Morvant Caledonia United 18 30
7 San Juan Jabloteh 18 27
8 Point Fortin Civic FC 18 11
9 St. Ann's Rangers 18 10
10 North East Stars 18 6

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This Day in History

Friday, 22 April 2011

T&T's Defence Force beat Milerock FC of Guyana 3-0 in a CFU second leg club Champion's Cup qualifying match at the Larry Gomes Stadium to advance to the semi-finals on a 7-0 aggregate. Army goalscorers were Rodel Elcock in the 11th and a brace from Richard Roy in the 43rd and 89th minute sealed it for the Army side. 2010/2011 Pro League runner-up Caledonia AIA will face a tough test to join Defence Force in the semifinals after it went under to visitors, Tempete FC of Haiti 1-0 in the night’s second match. With the blink of an eye, Caledonia was made to rue that missed Kevon Woodley effort earlier on as Tempete captain, Junior Charles latched onto a pass down the right, and with debutant goalkeeper, Victor Thomas slow to react, he tucked the ball inside the near post in the seventh minute. Tempete will now return to St. Marc in Southern Haiti with an away goal in the bag, and await Caledonia's visit to their shores a week from today.

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Eight years ago, the Tobago Beach Soccer Championship was first hosted and at the time, was the first formal introduction of the fastest growing version of football to T&T.

Court orders First Citizens to release TTFA funds

JUST over two weeks after the High Court issued the TT Football Association's (TTFA) with a garnishee order, the court yesterday gave consent to lawyers representing this country's national Futsal team to receive from TTFA's six frozen accounts at First Citizens Bank, a figure of over $270,000 – about half the sum awarded by the court last December.