On Friday, Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams sat down with TV6 Morning Edition host Fazeer Mohammed to discuss the state of football in the twin island republic.
The National Football Committee of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association, chaired by Mr. Selby Browne, will hold an all-day Symposium on Saturday 21st September at the President ‘s Box of the Queens Park Cricket Club, for restructuring football in Trinidad and Tobago.
The Honourable Olivia Grange, Jamaica’s Minister of Sport, Culture, Gender and Entertainment paid a visit to the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s Home of Football facilities in Couva on Tuesday morning, delivering glowing remarks following her tour of the venue.
THE CONTROVERSIAL Home of Football, next to the Ato Boldon Stadium, National Aquatic Centre and National Cycling Velodrome in Balmain, Couva is expected to be opened next month, according to David John-Williams, president of the TT Football Association (TTFA).
“[Trinidad and Tobago Boys National Under-15 head coach Stuart Charles-Fevrier] has spoken now about things that need to change but those things should have been changed two years ago. That means they didn’t have the required experience or weren’t sure about what is supposed to happen at that age group. They were operating by guess…
MINISTER of Sport and Youth Affairs Shamfa Cudjoe, along with officials of the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs and the Sport Company of T&T, met with representatives of the TT Football Association (TTFA) yesterday, to present a cheque valued at TT $3.6 million, for funding of the eight clubs scheduled to participate in the 2019 TT Pro League.
I HAVE watched, listened and read with disgust the attack on the president of the TTFA, David John-Williams.
THE EDITOR: Many uncomplimentary things have been said of the TTFA and articles written by the same journalists in different newspapers. I sometimes wonder if we live in the same country.
Caribbean football fans continue to debate CONCACAF's recent decision to seed the top six FIFA-ranked countries into a six-team pool which will play next year for the top three automatic 2022 World Cup spots available to the region. This will see the top three teams going to Qatar while the region’s other teams, among them the 29 Caribbean countries, for the right to play for a remaining half spot, with the winner still facing a country from another region in a final playoff to earn a berth on the world’s biggest football stage.