Clynt Taylor, First Vice President of the T&T Football Referees Association (TTFRA) and the Central Football Association (CFA) are strongly condemning the actions taken by Joseph Taylor, head of the referees Appointment Committee by withholding the services of referees and other officials at matches involving FC Santa Rosa.
T&T Super League
Games involving TT Super League club, FC Santa Rosa, might be forced to be postponed again as Joseph Taylor, president of the TT Football Referees Association, has indicated they have not ended their protest action against FC Santa Rosa coach Keith Look Loy.
Guaya United is the champion club of the T&T Super League’s inaugural Caribbean Football Trust Limited (CFTL) League Cup competition following a riveting 3-1 win over Prisons F.C at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva on Saturday night.
FC Santa Rosa coach Keith Look Loy has accepted the $1,000 fine and one-match ban handed out to him for using insulting language towards female referee Cecile Hinds during a Trinidad and Tobago Super League football match on November 5.
Hydro Tech Guaya United will be hoping to cash-in on the $100,000 prize at stake for the winner of the Caribbean Football Trust League (CFTL) Cup Tournament when they clash with Prisons FC in the final from 7 pm at the Ato Boldon Stadium tomorrow.
Keith Look Loy, coach of FC Santa Rosa, was in a furious mood as the match officials (referee and assistants) failed to turn up to yesterday’s TT Super League encounter between Siparia Spurs and FC Santa Rosa at the Palo Seco Recreation Ground.
President the Trinidad and Tobago Football Referees Association (TTFRA) Joseph Taylor, says that respect must be shown to all involved in local football, in particular the referees.
Kevon Woodley and Michael Darko each scored twice on Sunday as Cunupia FC brushed aside Club Sando Moruga 5-1, in a TT Super League Round 20 League One fixture.
Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) President and FC Santa Rosa coach Keith Look Loy may well find himself in hot water with the Disciplinary Committee of the TTSL. Worse, as a result of his verbal spat with referee Cecile Hinds on 5 November, he may find himself in trouble with the David John-Williams-headed Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA).