Trinidad and Tobago Football Association president David John-Williams says his administration will be focusing on strengthening the Trinidad and Tobago Professional Football League which he believes will impact positively on the national team’s performances on the international stage.
The T&T Pro League (TTPL), established more than 15 years ago, has had its challenges, one of the key issues being financial viability. In the current season, for example, the three-time defending Pro League winner and current Caribbean club champion, Central FC, is struggling, having lost most of its top players and its head coach as a result of salary issues.
Speaking on the TV Six Morning Edition on Thursday, John-Williams, who took over the TTFA presidency in 2015 from Raymond Tim Kee, said, “We need to strengthen the Pro League.
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