Football in the Caribbean will be exposed to the world by Jack Warner today in London, England. Warner will do so while delivering the opening presentation of the Fifa Global Conference aimed at ensuring the development and growth of the world’s most popular sport. It will take place at Chelsea Football Club starting today and will end on Wednesday and involve over 1,000 senior executives from five continents. “I was honored and humbled to have been selected to be part of this prestigious event,” said Warner when accepting the invitation to deliver the opening presentation back in April.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) recently conducted the newly formed ‘F’ License Coaching Course with 20 parents from the Waterloo Institute of Soccer Players (WISP) at the Waterloo Secondary School.
The T&T Football Federation’s D License course will enter its final phase at the Laventille Sports Complex tomorrow. The three-day event started yesterday and is sponsored by the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs in conjunction with the Federation.
AN ACT for the Incorporation of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) will be tabled for debate after the 2009/2010 Budget is passed by the House of Representatives.
Several of this country’s past footballers came out in their numbers to pay tribute to former national football team manager Richard Abraham and a man described as a friend of football by many.
A disappointed Chaguanas West MP Jack Warner yesterday chastised Sports Minister Gary Hunt, whom he said requested 172 tickets "for parliamentarians" for last night's football match, but did not include in this list a single Opposition MP (Opposition Leader Basdeo Panday included).