BRENT SANCHO, president of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Players Association, has denied that former T&T Football Federation (TTFF) special adviser Jack Warner made a $15 million offer to 13 former Trinidad and Tobago footballers in a bid to settle an outstanding dispute over 2006 World Cup revenue.
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Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) Acting President Lennox Watson, who was the football body's longest serving vice president until his sudden promotion last October, could not answer many questions at this evening's press conference at the Harvard Sports Club on Serpentine Road, Port of Spain.
CHAIRMAN OF the Authorisation Committee for the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF), Anthony Harford has maintained that the organisation will carry forward with its duties amid the perception that the federation is all but crumbled.
Minister of Sport Anil Roberts yesterday gave the assurance that neither the national Under-23 footballers nor other national teams will suffer from the fall out between the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) and former players.
FORMER NATIONAL football captain, Clayton Morris, has called on the executive of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) to resign forthwith following the seizing of their assets yesterday by 13 members of the 2006 “Soca Warriors” team.
Acting President of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation Lennox Watson, on Thursday, addressed the media on the latest action against the local governing body prompted by a ruling of the High Court, following a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Federation which lasted for just under two hours at the Harvard Sports Club, St James.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation acknowledges, that in keeping with an order of the High Court, the TTFF head offices located at 43 Dundonald Street, Port of Spain, was today, Wednesday February 7th, 2012, closed and removable assets were seized on instructions from the High Court. However the TTFF will continue to function as the elected governing body for football.
EIGHT employees from the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) including president Lennox Watson, general secretary Richard Groden, executive member Peter Rampersad, Sharon O’Brien and communication’s officer Shaun Fuentes could be thrown on the breadline after a bailiff swooped down and seized the assets of the federation.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) today insisted that Works Minister and ex-FIFA Vice President Jack Warner was the sole arbiter of its World Cup revenue and it did not have the funds to honour its debt of $4.6 million to the 2006 World Cup players.