Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams broke his silence this evening on legal action taken by the National Futsal Team with defiance and a twisted version of events that led to the football body’s bank account being frozen by the courts.
THE TT Football Association (TTFA) is staying mum on a trio of issues which have seen them in the public limelight, for all the wrong reasons.
THE EDITOR: Today, a rusty T&T men’s football team plays a revamped Wales team. With a population of just over three million, Wales forms the United Kingdom with England and Scotland. In 2013, Wales opened Dragon Park, a similar football facility/project to our “home of football.”
The T&T Football Association (TTFA) has been cautioned by a High Court Judge over its repeated refusal to release information on the construction of its US$2.5 million "Home for Football" in Balmain, Couva to one of its directors.
"Staff members of the T&T Football Association will be paid, and so too the members of the national football team currently set to take on Wales in an international friendly today," president of the T&TFA David John-Williams has said.
The T&T Football Association (TTFA) has been given seven days in which to provide documents on the construction of its US$2.5 million “Home for Football” to Super League president Keith Look Loy.
Documents on the action taken by persons who have approached the court to have instructions issued to freeze the bank accounts of the TTFA last Friday was received on Monday March 18th 2019 by the TTFA.
THE ARROGANCE and authoritarian leadership of one man – T&T Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams – has resulted in one of the darkest days seen yet in local football, said TTFA board member Keith Look Loy.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association is looking for someone to lead the new club licensing department of the TTFA, to ensure club football is at a high level in administration, infrastructure hence producing good football on the field of play.