THE process leading to fresh Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) elections in three months’ time is on course, and the FIFA-imposed Normalisation Committee should demit office by March 17, without a further extension of its term of office.
As I said to the editor in the hope of addressing our football problem, “we are not here for a reprisal on past decisions but to actually come to the face of our condition and ask who do we want to be, what do we want to look like?”
MAUREEN WARNER, wife of ex-Concacaf president Jack Warner, and two of the family’s companies will join her husband and others in a US$37.8 million lawsuit against them over the ownership of the Dr Joao Havelange Centre of Excellence.
Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) technical director Anton Corneal joined 24 other technical leaders from around the globe to learn more about Japan’s approach to achieving excellence as part of block two of FIFA’s new technical leadership diploma in Chiba, Japan, from December 4-9.
The normalisation committee of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association has held meeting with visiting Fifa officials to discuss statute reform.
THERE will be four new referees from Trinidad and Tobago on FIFA’s list of match officials for 2024, and possibly beyond.
More than three years after the world’s governing authority for football, FIFA was forced to step in and attempt to ‘normalise’ the operations of the T&T Football Association (TTFA), the very body appointed with that task could themselves be heading to the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) and very soon.
Football stakeholders have three weeks to mull over a proposed new FIFA-approved constitution and the end of January to approve it or risk elections for a new executive being put off again.
Brian Lewis, the chairman of the Sport Integrity Global Alliance (SIGA)-Gender, Race, Inclusion, and Diversity (GRID) Sports Committee is calling on the T&T Football Association to address allegations urgently of match-fixing that have been brought to them.