The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) plans to sue its former special adviser, Works Minister Jack Warner, to recover financial accounts pertaining to funds raised during the 2006 World Cup campaign.
OPPOSITION Member of Parliament, Colm Imbert, has urged Minister of Sport Anil Roberts to end his bickering with the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) and its Authorisation Committee head Anthony Harford as it is not healthy for football.
Sport Minister Anil Roberts unleashed a fresh verbal assault on the character of All Sport Promotions director Anthony Harford in a press conference at the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs today.
Here's another opportunity to assess whether we have any realistic prospect of developing into a proper nation of citizens.
All Sport Promotions financial director Bruce Aanensen defended the reputation of his company and the integrity of his colleague Anthony Harford, in a press conference today at the Queen’s Park Oval, and has added to concerns that Sport Minister Anil Roberts might have willfully deceived the Trinidad and Tobago Parliament.
Mr. Selby Browne, Vice President of the Veteran Footballers Foundation of Trinidad and Tobago (VFFOTT) says the sole legal body to run football in this Republic is the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association, established by an Act of the Parliament - Act 17 of 1982.
The 2006 World Cup bonus dispute returns to the Port of Spain High Court from 9.30 am today with Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) general secretary Richard Groden and ex-president Oliver Camps facing contempt charges for their failure to initiate legal action against former special advisor and National Security Minister Jack Warner.
The 13 aggrieved 2006 “Soca Warriors” today agreed to adjourn their contempt application against the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) and its general secretary Richard Groden and former president Oliver Camps in a conciliatory move that is expected to preclude a settlement between the two parties.
Trinidad and Tobago national senior football manager William Wallace woke up today in St Kitts and Nevis to discover that he finally had money to pay for the laundry.