Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) presidential hopeful Raymond Tim Kee has been given a glowing recommendation from a former Trinidad and Tobago football captain ahead of the November 11 election.
I have long held the view that November is the best month of the year, and nothing has happened to change that, particularly in sport. And while many believe the last few months of sport in the Caribbean are overshadowed by other celebrations, such as Divali and Christmas, this November promises something different.
Sport Minister Anil Roberts has allegedly again failed to keep his promise to Trinidad and Tobago football.
Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) presidential candidate, Raymond Tim Kee, has denied “malicious rumours” which claimed that his candidacy is being supported by National Security Minister and ex-FIFA vice president Jack Warner.
ACTING PRESIDENT of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) Lennox Watson has opted out of the race for the presidency, ahead of the November 11 elections at the Cascadia Hotel, St Ann’s.
While Minister of Sport Anil Roberts said he had disbursed nearly $1 million to Anthony Harford for the payment of fees to former Trinidad and Tobago senior squad staff, former manager David Muhammad has claimed he and his staff are still owed the money.
RICHARD GRODEN, general secretary of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF), has been appointed to the Concacaf’s Audit and Compliance Committee, according to a story on the Concacaf website on Wednesday.
After all these elections, what?
Members of the People's National Movement and the Congress of the People, or at least the appointed delegates, held their elections for a new executive yesterday. Barack Obama appears to be in danger of being a one-term President of the United States given the trends heading into that country's day of decision next week Tuesday. The sister island is seeing activity like never before ahead of voting for the Tobago House of Assembly, expected in January.
Former Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) vice-president Raymond Tim Kee, who runs his own self-titled insurance company, today officially announced his candidacy for the post of TTFF president, which will be contested on 11 November 2012.