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Oliver CampsTrinidad and Tobago Football Federation President Oliver Camps in his end of year message has stated that he’s hoping to for better results from National Teams and better conditions in order for them to go after much needed success in 2011.

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When Simon Cowell is wheeled out to back England's 2018 World Cup bid to ignite one final PR push it must signal the final stages of an exhausting campaign that has been the equal of one of his reality shows for rollercoaster emotion and behind the scenes intrigue. It was Beatles week on the X-Factor and, for the England 2018 chief executive, Andy Anson, next Thursday's vote in Zurich will represent the end of a long and winding road.

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In the first part of this series, we were introduced to the President of CONCACAF – the Trinidadian Jack Warner. Warner was the man who was involved in substituting a mysterious woman – the wife of the head of the Jamaican Football Federation – into the place of the absent Haitian delegate in the 1996 FIFA Congress.

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As this country commemorates the 21st anniversary today of the national football team’s painful loss to the United States in a 1989 World Cup qualifier, there is word that the coach of that team, Everald “Gally” Cummings, has taken the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) and its special adviser, Austin Jack Warner, before the Equal Opportunity Commission.

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Oliver Camps was returned unopposed to the position of President of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation at the Federation’s Annual General Meeting at the Centre of Excellence yesterday afternoon.

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