Confusion as TTFA fails to pay match fees to 10 players; Ranjitsingh among blanked Warriors.

Relations between Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams and the National Senior Team are in danger of deteriorating further, after the discovery that roughly half of the squad were not paid match fees for internationals against Mexico and the United Arab Emirates in 2017 and 2018 respectively.

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FORMER FIFA vice-president Jack Warner said ex-head of the TT Football Federation (now TT Football Association) Oliver Camps will be forever remembered for focusing on improving the character of people, and not the construction of buildings.

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THE funeral service for Oliver Camps, former president of the TT Football Federation, will take place on Tuesday at St Finbar's Roman Catholic Church, Morne Coco Road, Diego Martin, at 10.30 am.

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The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association kicked off its 2019 development operations with the continuation of the B License coaching course being conducted by technical director Anton Corneal with four days of sessions at the TTFA Home of Football in Couva this past week.

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John-Williams: Big plans for 2019.

No mention of women’s programmes.

PRESIDENT of the TT Football Association (TTFA) David John-Williams says football fans have “a lot more football to look forward to” this year. Among the list of 2019 highlights to expect are the opening of the Home of Football, a “host of top class international friendlies” for the men’s national team and the start of the Concacaf Nations League.

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Mem­bers of T&T's fa­mous 'Strike Squad' foot­ball team, which came with­in a point of qual­i­fi­ca­tion to the 1990 FI­FA World Cup in Italy, are set form a guard of ho­n­our for Oliv­er Camps who died on New Year's Day at the age of 87.

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"The TTFA would like to use this opportunity to extend our gratitude to you for your commitment, patience and support towards building, developing and promoting football in 2018. We now look forward to a fruitful and exciting 2019 year for Trinidad and Tobago Football.

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