The first meeting of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s Education Sub Committee of the Technical Committee took place on Thursday.
Normalisation or no normalization committee? These were the questions being asked by football administrators, fans, coaches and supporters as news spread that FIFA and CONCACAF planned to send such a body here to stabilise the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) amid a bleak financial situation that has brought the sport to a virtual standstill.
Since coming into office with overwhelming public support the ‘United TTFA’ (T&T Football Association), led by William Wallace, has set about to satisfy the technical requirements that are expected to move T&T football instantly and eventually into the future but at what price or consequences?
There is much to discuss in the world of cricket. West Indies are away from home to take on Sri Lanka in another ODI series from tomorrow. Having beaten Afghanistan and narrowly losing to India, this series will test the resolve of Kieron Pollard's men. They must do it without Evin Lewis and Shimron Hetmyer but I am sure other batsmen will relish the opportunity and step up; so for me, that is not of concern. I expect the Windies to win a close series.
The abysmal performances of the Trinidad and Tobago Men’s National Senior Team under the David John-Williams-led football body saw the Soca Warriors demoted from the Concacaf Nations League top tier and miss out on the Hex for the 2022 World Cup qualifying series.
Another garnishee order has been taken out against the T&T Football Association (TTFA), this time allegedly by former technical director Kendall Walkes last week due mainly to owing unpaid wages.
30 days deadline missed without any communication
T&T Football Association (TTFA), headed by president William Wallace, is now facing its first major challenge after it has failed to honour its first of several contractual agreements with senior men's national coach Dennis Lawrence.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association has developed a criteria for senior clubs with youth sections, youth football clubs and coaching schools wishing to be licensed by the Association.
This document is a general guide to the selection and coaching of TTFA National Teams. It is to be applied throughout TTFA’s National Teams Programme and Regional Training Centre Programme.