Member of Parliament for Chaguanas West Jack Warner today responded to newspaper reports that CONCACAF had taken legal action preventing him from selling the Centre of Excellence in Macoya. Warner said the Centre of Excellence is not for sale, and never was. The following is Warner's statement -
CONCACAF BLOCKS JACK
CONCACAF is challenging Jack Warner’s claim to ownership of the coveted Centre of Excellence in Tunapuna.
Arnold Corneal, brother of ex-technical director Anton Corneal, follows up on his criticism of the TTFA president and general secretary with a suggestion for how money earmarked for Leo Beenhakker might be best used.
TRINIDAD AND Tobago will be the host venue for Group Seven, in the Second Round of the 2014 Men’s Caribbean Cup tournament from October 6-13.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association is to benefit from some of FIFA’s assistance programmes because of the progress made by the local FA in recent months. That according to FIFA Development Officer Howard McIntosh.
THE Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) will host a workshop entitled “Football Emergencies” aimed at educating local team physiotherapists on dealing with various injuries and other medical matters.
SHELDON Phillips, general secretary of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) has dismissed the notion that the recent formation of the West Indies Football Association (WIFA) will cause tension in local football.
President Joseph Taylor was re-elected unopposed to serve another two-year term, when the Trinidad and Tobago Football Referees Association (TTFRA) held its annual general meeting on Sunday April 6 at Bourg Mulatresse, San Juan.
As part of the continuing efforts to assist Trinidad and Tobago football, FIFA will send one of its women football consultants and instructors to this country on Monday to hold meetings about the development of the local women’s game.