The Southern Football Association (SFA) president and member of the Board of Directors of the then T&T Football Association (TTFA) Richard Quan Chan said that he will lead a charge for action to be taken against the members of the previous TTFA administration which FIFA removed from office in March.
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Clinton Urling, former chairman of the 2014 FIFA Normalisation Committee appointed in Guyana.
FIFA yesterday announced that Trinidad and Tobago is once again free to play international football by lifting the suspension it imposed on September 24.
THE ISSUES of salaries owed to Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) administrative staff, coaches and players is among the first issues chairman Robert Hadad expects to confront, now that his FIFA-appointed normalisation committee has been given the green light to proceed following the lifting of an international suspension against the country on Thursday by football’s world governing body (FIFA).
After taking note of the recent decision of the Trinidad and Tobago Court of Appeal and the express wish of the members of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) for all associated legal claims brought by parties purporting to act in the name of the organisation to be terminated, the Bureau of the FIFA Council has decided to lift the suspension of the TTFA with immediate effect.
Former T&T senior men's team captain and current national youth team coach Angus Eve has welcomed the decision by FIFA to remove the ban on T&T football.
When, Covid-19 permitting, Stern John leads the Anguilla Men’s National Senior Team out for their opening Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifying contest, he will join a growing number of Trinidad and Tobago coaches looking to make their mark elsewhere in the Caribbean—albeit at less recognisable football nations.
Chairman of the Trinidad & Tobago Football Association (TTFA) normalisation committee, business executive Robert Hadad said it will be a long, arduous process to restore credibility and stability into the organisation and the sport in the two-island republic.
Randy Hagley, the Guaya United owner, and managing director is calling for a one-club one-vote system to be introduced into football managed under the T&T Football Association (TTFA) administration as he believes it will solve many of the problems affecting the sport.