The TTFA issued a media release yesterday in the matter of the request by the Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) for permission to host an international match. In said media release TTFA quotes Article 78 of the TTFA constitution, as follows,
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GUAYA UNITED returned to winning ways on Sunday, as action in League One of the Trinidad and Tobago Super League continued at the Guayaguayare Recreation Ground.
CLUB SANDO Moruga ended Guaya United’s unbeaten run in League One of the TT Super League on Sunday.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association wishes to state that contrary to information being relayed to the public by the Trinidad and Tobago Super League, the FA does not have the authority to sanction the All Star Game to be staged by the League in October, 2017.
RON LA Forest, coach of TT Super League Division One (League One) leaders Guaya United, is pleased with the team’s unbeaten start to the 2017 season .
The Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) applied to the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) almost two months ago for permission to host a match as part of the Islands Cup Caravan with some international super-stars being delayed once again.
After months of seeking approval from parent body, the T&T Football Association (TTFA), to stage two international football matches on October 15, the T&T Super League has been told that its request is still to be granted by the world governing body for football—FIFA.
Guaya United suffered its first defeat of the T&T Super League season, a shocking 1-0 loss to lowly Club Sando Moruga at the Grand Chemin Recreation Ground in Moruga that allowed League One winners FC Santa Rosa ‘Big Cannons’ to sneak within four points of the lead.
GUAYA UNITED remained unbeaten, in League One, of the Trinidad and Tobago Super League, with a 3-1 win over 1976 Phoenix FC at the Guayaguayare Recreation Ground last Sunday.