THE T&T Football Association (TTFA) is making it clear it has no association with former FIFA vice-president Austin Jack Warner.
Former FIFA vice-president Austin Jack Warner, who has been involved in football in many areas locally and internationally and who is widely accredited with ensuring that Trinidad and Tobago was able to qualify for its first and only World Cup in 2006, says he agrees with newly-elected TTFA president William Wallace's decision to do an audit before undertaking any major activities.
Jack Warner’s power broking influence in football looks to have returned and it also looks like he is once again going to get paid for it.
Trinidad and Tobago Football Association president William Wallace has accepted the resignation of general secretary Camara David. David has resigned effective November 30.
Newly-elected Trinidad and Tobago Football Association president William Wallace says his executive decided to keep the Home of Football temporarily closed because it is not yet fit for operation.
MINISTER of Sport and Youth Affairs Shamfa Cudjoe said she is in “full support” of the call by the T&T Football Association (TTFA) to initiate a financial audit as a new administration takes office.
NEWLY-elected president of the TT Football Association (TTFA) William Wallace is pleased with the association’s election results, but says it is no reason to gloat, and his team is ready to put in work.
Newly elected Trinidad and Tobago FA President William Wallace and his team of officers, Vice Presidents Clynt Taylor, Susan Joseph-Warrick and Joseph Sam Phillip, maintained a high tempo approach to their first days in office with another eight hour meeting today at the FA’s head office in Couva.
Now that David John-Williams is out as President of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association, it is finally time to begin thinking about how the TTFA can get its house in order as a collective. As a Trinidad & Tobago citizen based in the United States and also involved in the business of soccer, I have followed the association over the years. Under Jack Warner, there wasn’t much transparency and social media didn’t have as much as an impact as it does today, so I didn’t follow the association as much. Under Raymond Tim Kee, I followed the association a bit, but I didn’t really get involved with the everyday goings and comings of the Association until John-Williams became President and I co-founded the Black Soccer Membership Association in Washington, DC.