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LOCAL football agent Joshua Lamb says his various roles in the sport are now in serious jeopardy, following statements made by Police Commissioner Gary Griffith, who likened the handling of two young T&T footballers, currently stuck in London, to "human trafficking in sport."

The embattled Trinidad and Tobago FA, currently ruled by a FIFA Normalisation Committee, could face the embarrassment of losing points from its recent World Cup qualifiers for playing an ineligible player.

A timeframe of between 30 and 60 days has been given for payment of match fees for T&T players, following the recent FIFA World Cup Qualifying matches against Guyana and Puerto Rico on March 25 and March 28 respectively.

COMMISSIONER of Police Gary Griffith says he is liaising with the TT Football Association's (TTFA) normalisation committee and the Ministry of National Security to ensure the safe arrival of two youth team footballers who were lured and left "stranded" abroad with the pretext of lucrative contracts.

“[The TTFA’s] associate members also need structural reform, especially for youth development. Every group does whatever it wants. Under-8s may play in 7v7 competitions in south Trinidad, but play 5v5 in the east, and something completely different in the north—each with different sized goalposts or field dimensions. There is no national uniformity…”

NATIONAL men’s football coach Terry Fenwick says he expects a well-organised Montserrat team when both teams meet in the Concacaf Gold Cup qualifiers in early July.

Manchester United fan and Trinidad & Tobago international Joevin Jones, is honoured to play for Major League Soccer (MLS) club Inter Miami, coached by former United player Phil Neville and owned by a group including United legend David Beckham.

Toronto FC announced today that the club has signed defender Luke Singh as a Homegrown Player through 2025. Singh becomes the 26th player in club history to sign for the first team from the Toronto FC Academy.

On Monday, the Columbus Crew announced that new signing, winger Kevin Molino, will miss six to eight weeks with a hamstring injury. Columbus is taking precautions because of a fear that this most recent injury is linked to past injuries. One that, if it returns, could sideline Molino for much longer.

Just as many things in life, history is starting to repeat in the USL Championship’s center back ranks.

Toronto FC announced today that the club has signed defender Luke Singh to a short-term agreement ahead of Wednesday’s Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League (SCCL) Round of 16 second leg matchup with Club Leon. Per MLS rules, clubs are allowed to sign players on loan from their USL affiliate to a maximum of four short-term agreements each season (maximum of 16 days).

Columbus Crew SC today announced that after additional evaluation, midfielder Kevin Molino is expected to be sidelined for approximately six to eight weeks due to a recurring hamstring injury.

AFTER weeks of campaigning, aided by a host of sterling personal endorsements, long-time football administrator, referee instructor and retired teacher, Merere Gonzales, has been elected president of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL).

Less than two months after giving permission for recreational sports comprising 22 people or less to take place, the Government through the Minister of Health Terrence Deyalsingh, has ordered it to be stopped from Friday.

It's a three-man race for the presidency of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL), as incumbent Phillip Fraser is set to be challenged by East Zone chairman Merere Gonzales and Derek West, a retired Trinity College East principal.

SPORTING leagues and competitions in T&T have not received the green light yet to resume.

THE Northern Football Association (NFA) is calling for more “awareness of the rights of women in various spheres of football.”

THE Guerreros FC Soccer School started its project in Nelson Mandela Park in Port of Spain.

Despite the coronavirus pandemic nothing is stopping Trinidadian-born midfielder Sarah De Gannes on the field as the talented Canadian-based T&T player continues to excel in sports in the US and has managed to rack-up a few MVP awards for Brewton Parker College in 2020.

FORMER national women’s football team equipment manager Claire George passed away on Saturday. The 50-year-old lost her battle with cancer.

Former national football coaches Richard Hood and Angus Eve, it is understood, are among a shortlist of five local, regional and international coaches who have applied for the T&T Women's coaching job, Guardian Media Sports has been informed.

A total of 195 coaches from countries around the world, have applied to be the Senior National Women's coach.

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) women’s director of football Jinelle James said the next Women Soca Warriors head coach should be someone with real passion for the job, as the local football body prepares to fill a key vacancy.

THE TTFA (TT Football Association) is currently advertising the post for national women’s team coach, with local, and even international coaches, available to apply.

Pro League Table

Rank Teams Played Points
1 Defence Force 17 42
2 La Horquetta Rangers 17 35
3 Point Fortin Civic FC 17 28
4 W Connection FC 16 27
5 Morvant Caledonia United 17 24
6 Police FC 17 23
7 Club Sando 18 21
8 San Juan Jabloteh 17 19
9 Central FC 17 13
10 Cunupia FC 17 12
11 AC Port-of-Spain 16 12


This Day in History

Sunday, 17 April 2011

Kenwyne Jones helped his club Stoke City reached the FA Cup final for the first time in its history. Stoke City ended more than a century of FA Cup failure in the most emphatic way when they blasted Bolton Wanderers 5-0 at Wembley Stadium. The goal scorers were Matthew Etherington after 11 minutes, Robert Huth after 17 and Trinidad and Tobago striker Kenwyne Jones after 30, with Jonathan Walters adding two more in the 68 and 81st. Stoke manager Tony Pulis provided the foundation for the biggest win in an FA Cup semi-final for 72 years. The victory sealed Stoke's place back at Wembley on May 14 when they will play Manchester City.

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T&T men’s beach soccer coach Ramiro Amarelle has wasted little time in getting down to work with this country’s players having undergone his mandatory quarantine at the Home of Football in Balmain, Couva, recently.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Men’s Futsal team will face Costa Rica’s Men’s Futsal team in two friendly matches at the Scotiabank Arena in Alajuela on April 26th and 27th in the build-up to the 2021 CONCACAF Futsal Championship in Guatemala in May.