Former T&T goalkeeper Lincoln Phillips was a guest speaker at the opening of the inaugural edition of African Sports Business Association summit in Nairobi, Kenya last week.
David John-Williams, the defeated CFU presidential candidate at yesterday’s 39th Congress of CFU at the Sheraton Hotel in Miami, USA, is being advised to fix his house first before attempting to build one in his neighbour’s yard.
The T&T Football Association (TTFA) has entered into a partnership agreement for the staging of a one-month TTFA/Scotiabank Grassroots programme to be held at various venues throughout the country, starting August 2.
Former women’s head coach Jamaal Shabazz says he does not believe that the running of local football is being led by a one-man show. In fact, he says the open discussion forum hosted by the T&T Football Association Saturday at Naparima College and his interactions with TTFA President David John-Williams suggests that there is a process of change in how business is conducted at the governing body.
By this Saturday, David John-Williams hopes to add the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) president portfolio to his current role of Trinidad and Tobago Football Association president which he has held for just nine months.
David John-Williams, president of the T&T Football Association is anticipating the next few weeks with bated breath as several of this country’s national teams and leading clubs enter into major competitions.
‘Lets not focus on Caribbean leadership as yet’, Anthony Moore, the Tobago Football Association (TFA) president and a member of the board of the T&T Football Association (TTFA) Anthony Moore said, in the wake of football association president David John-Williams’ pursuit of the leadership of the Caribbean Football Union.
THE TRINIDAD and Tobago Football Association (TTFA), for the first time under the presidency of David John-Williams held an open discussion forum with it stakeholders after the Extraordinary General Meeting at Naparima College on Saturday.
THE TRINIDAD and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) may have to gather almost $300,000 as Metro Hotel Limited is claiming that the TTFA is owing the hotel money for accomodation and hospital services.