I HAVE watched, listened and read with disgust the attack on the president of the TTFA, David John-Williams.
Caribbean football fans continue to debate CONCACAF's recent decision to seed the top six FIFA-ranked countries into a six-team pool which will play next year for the top three automatic 2022 World Cup spots available to the region. This will see the top three teams going to Qatar while the region’s other teams, among them the 29 Caribbean countries, for the right to play for a remaining half spot, with the winner still facing a country from another region in a final playoff to earn a berth on the world’s biggest football stage.
Businessman Lindsay Gillette could again be the man to lead T&T football if the wishes of a new slate come through.
Former Fifa vice-president Jack Warner has sued the T&T Football Association (TTFA) over almost $16 million in loans he claims he provided to the organisation while at its helm.
A defiant Jack Warner, former FIFA vice president, says the latest salvo of litigation by the North American Soccer Confederation, of which he was president, was a “deliberate” and “orchestrated attempt” to “unjustly vilify” him.
Several officials from member associations within the Caribbean Football Union converged on the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association Home of Football facilities on Saturday and following a tour led by TTFA President David John-Williams were all left highly impressed with what they saw with their own eyes.
“If such a move can be accommodated, there would be no more potent injection to jolt T&T football than to leave CONCACAF in order to join CONMEBOL…
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association will host screening sessions for the Boys Under 13 Elite Development Programme this Sunday July 14th from 10am at the Ato Boldon Stadium.
“I also fully recognise that a lot of our problems have been a long time in the making. The dictatorial approach that got us in the problem in the first place is not what will get us out of it…”