Anton Corneal has been appointed as the Technical Director of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation.
Ousted former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner said Friday he had documented evidence to back his claim that he was gifted World Cup television rights in return for FIFA votes and accused the organization of being "disingenuous and dishonest."
Justice Devindra Rampersad today ordered the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (T&TFF) to "direct" Minister of Works and Transport Jack Warner to show the whereabouts of "all income, donations, gifts, grants or benefits whatsoever" from the 2006 World Cup by a deadline of February 10, 2012.
FIFA has cut another tie to disgraced former vice president Jack Warner, ending his son's job as a Caribbean development officer.
Three journalists that turned down invitations to be part of FIFA's new Independent Governance Committee have issued a list of matters the sport's World governing body should probe to uncover the alleged corruption in the organisation.
... But Works Minister dodges court summons
Trinidad and Tobago Minister of Works and Transport Jack Warner, the former FIFA Vice President and Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) Special Advisor, has until February 10, 2012 to provide to the local High Court written accounts of "all income, donations, gifts, grants or benefits whatsoever and all expenditure" arising from the Germany 2006 World Cup.
NOT A CLUE!
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) has no idea what happened to its corporate sponsorship funds from World Cup 2006.
Trinidad and Tobago could know today who will replace German Otto Pfister as national coach.
When the Sagicor Dion La Foucade International Soccer Camp 2011 five day journey came to a end on December 23 at St Joseph’s Convent Ground, St Clair, the footballers received certificates of participation, but more significantly, the 80-odd local, regional and international youngsters, some on vacation from as far as Holland and Brazil, had the invaluable privilege of learning from the former academy manager of Liverpool Football Club- John Owens.