Former national midfielder Clint Marcelle is another local coach who endorses the recent Elite Coaches Symposium hosted by the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation.
SPORT Minister, Anil Roberts, in a written reply circulated in the Senate yesterday, said TT Football Federation (TTFF) had been given $35.96 million in State funds in the past six years.
This is going to be a hard piece to write. I often come to this space not sure what is going to be the content that will fill it. This week, my uncertainty is even greater. It is not that there are not topics to be typed about, but can they be given added value?
The recently held Elite Coaches Symposium hosted by the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation has been hailed by a series of local coaches including some past national players who have given a thumbs up as it relates to the way forward for coaching development.
Given all the events in football worldwide and the increasing problems in local football, I decided to resurrect an article I wrote in the year 2000, which, had people not only listened to the then Pope – John Paul II, but also myself, many of the current problems would not exist.
Hutson "Barber" Charles, a former "Strike Squad" stand-out and Defence Force legend, was having a hard time curbing his enthusiasm on Sunday night. Shaun Fuentes, the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) press officer, did his best to help.
Ex-FIFA VP as slippery as ever.
Former FIFA Vice President and Trinidad and Tobago Works Minister, Jack Warner, had a potentially disastrous time of things last week. It was hard to tell from a cursory glance at the major newspapers, though.
FIFA recently announced an extraordinary incursion into Caribbean football administration with the creation of a Normalisation Committee per Article 7 of the FIFA Statutes.
Arghhh another early rise; it's the only way possible to beat the Diego Martin traffic and make it into downtown Port of Spain in time for court.