It is as if I was not aware of the many challenges which the great game of football has been affected by here in T&T.
Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams was the last person to enter the courtroom on the second floor of the Port of Spain’s Hall of Justice at roughly 10am on Tuesday 16 October 2018.
I, like many of you, remain utterly frustrated with the executive of the T&T Football Association (TTFA). It makes absolutely no sense writing anything more about them. They just don't seem to care about our football, much less our footballers in T&T. They sent our Soca Princesses to be embarrassed in the recently concluded 2018 CONCACAF Women's Championship, the tournament which serves as the qualifiers to the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in France.
The interest continues to grow towards Friday’s “Football for a Cause” flood relief football match hosted by Dennis Lawrence and Friends. The match takes place at the Hasely Crawford Stadium with a kick off time of 7:30pm.
CENTRAL Football Association (CFA) representative Collin Partap said he intends to support fellow TT Football Association (TTFA) board member Keith Look Loy’s application to the High Court, by means of a sworn affidavit, in order for them and other board members to gain access to the association’s financial records and contracts relating to the controversial TTFA Home of Football project in Couva.
Dennis and Friends come together for football match in aid of flood victims
In a concerted effort to provide support and assistance to citizens who have suffered in parts of Trinidad and Tobago due to the disastrous flooding over the past couple days, a group of former National footballers and sporting enthusiasts have joined together to host a fundraiser for flood victims.
THERE are two ways in which TT Super League president Keith Look Loy or other Football Association (TTFA) board members may access information to the controversial TTFA “home of football” project in Couva, which is currently under construction.
The future of Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) general secretary Justin Latapy-George could be the latest touch paper within the fractious football body, as board member Keith Look Loy vowed to resist president David John-Williams’ attempt to replace the general secretary next month.
Since taking office on November 29, 2015, the T&T Football Association (TTFA) led by David John-Williams has been the subject of numerous media attacks from both the traditional and social media surrounding its operations and the leadership style of its president.