President of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF), Lennox Watson, has professed that the TTFF will continue to function as per their original job description but he has refused to state where their financial strength will come from.
Former FIFA Vice President, Mr. Jack Warner, says he has nothing to answer on allegations in a UK Sunday Times report.
Technical Director of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation Anton Corneal is expressing heavy regret over the circumstances within local football involving the 2006 World Cup players and their latest action on the local governing body.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) has three days to decide on a suitably tough legal suit against its former Special Advisor and “renegade agent” Jack Warner, the Minister of Works and a former FIFA Vice President, or face a charge for contempt of court.
EX-MANAGER of the Trinidad and Tobago football team Richard Braithwaite is concerned that the status of the local football will become similar to that of West Indies cricket.
… Football body on the brink.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) kept a still tongue today in the face of reports that FIFA has stopped funding the local sporting body due to its role in the misappropriation of aid funds meant for earthquake-ravaged, Haiti.
Works Minister and ex-FIFA Vice President Jack Warner will allegedly test the patience and temperament of High Court Judge Devindra Rampersad by claiming ignorance of all Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) financial matters in the Germany 2006 World Cup bonus dispute between 13 past and present national players, the TTFF and its former President Oliver Camps.
Brent Sancho, has emphatically denied that the levy of the ex-footballers against the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) last week is one of malicious intent.
There are always very good reasons to leave things just so.
Even when an organisation is dysfunctional, even when results have been consistently poor over an extended period, there will still be strident defenders of the status quo who maintain that a complete reformation, however well intended, will do more harm than good. To put it simply: the show—even if it is nothing more than a pappyshow—must go on.