Jason Gordon, the Metal X Erin FC owner and manager has called for the right people to be put in charge of football locally when the election of officers of the T&T Football Association (TTFA) is held next year.
Those who know me are very much aware that I love culture just as much as I love my sport. One of my favourite hobbies is to sit and listen to all types of music. From local melodies to the foreign stuff, are all right up my alley. I took a week off and left the country to attend Elton John's farewell tour entitled Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. The famous Madison Square Garden was the venue and a packed arena witnessed a scintillating performance from a legend in the music world. Even though I saw him before, I felt I couldn't miss this opportunity as he was one I grew up with listening to his songs.
After reading and seeing pictures of the Hotel which is being built by the management of the T&T Football Association, my first impression was that the project could be accommodated by teams, mainly national Football teams and/or foreign teams visiting to play matches. If I am right, then, the comfort with regards to players camps, rest period before matches and adequate professional service vis a vis treatment for all football activity is a welcoming venture.
The Trinidad and Tobago last week announced another leg of its coach education programme which includes a TTFA B and C License course to take place from December 4th for interested participants.
BOARD member Keith Look Loy will proceed with his November 24 motion for the dismissal of Trinidad and Tobago Football Association president David John-Williams, regardless of today's outcome of a judicial review matter against the Association in the High Court.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association will be presenting TTFA B and C License coaching courses on the following dates in December.
FORMER NATIONAL football team striker and captain Dwight Yorke has called for greater passion to be shown by all parties involved, particularly players, in T&T football.
CFA, NFA, SSFL, WoLF call for transparency
SEVERAL members of the TT Football Association (TTFA) board of directors and other ordinary members have blanked an invitation by TTFA president David John-Williams to visit the controversial "Home of Football" project.
THE TT Football Association (TTFA) has agreed to pay $207,174.88 to a hotel in Couva in 12 equal instalments, starting from November 30.