David John-Williams, the T&T Football Association (TTFA) president, is promising startling revelations following an order of the court, for his association to pay players from the national futsal team monies that are owed to them for salaries, per diem and other costs.
One of the most accurate comments which have been made about the country's football was the decision to implement an advisory committee to manage the affairs of the highest levels of our football. This move will also ensure the fraternity that the number of ills which have deteriorated the quality of the great game because of the deficiency in dealing with the administrative aspect of it.
Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) board member Keith Look Loy is considering lodging contempt of court proceedings against local football president David John-Williams and his general secretary Camara David, after the duo allegedly failed to adhere to a High Court order regarding information related to the controversial Home of Football project and the TTFA’s finances.
John-Williams admits Latapy owed millions
TT FOOTBALL Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams acknowledged on Friday that the local governing body is saddled with mounting lawsuits and is struggling to make outstanding payments.
OUTSPOKEN director of the TT Football Association (TTFA) is not satisfied with the documents presented to him by the local governing body, regarding the construction of its Home of Football venture.
TTFA boss defends Futsal appeal, $4m spent
TTFA (TT Football Association) president David John-Williams has defending the appeal filed by the local governing body in the High Court, over the matter involving the national futsal team.
FORMER national goalkeeper Kelvin Jack has revealed he is eyeing the presidency of the TT Football Association (TTFA) when elections are called in November. Jack revealed as much on a social media post to Facebook group, Wired868 Volley, on Monday, indicating that even if he doesn’t run, he’ll back the candidate he thinks is viable to replace current president, David John-Williams.
The race for the presidency of the T&T Football Association began in earnest yesterday with last year's beaten candidate Clynt Taylor looking like a strong choice to take over the reins of local football.
President of the T&T Football Association David John-Williams said upon his election into office he offered current President of the Super League – Keith Look Loy, – the opportunity to serve as part of his executive when he won the TTFA elections in November 2015,” I called Keith Look Loy, and asked him to be part of my executive very early on and he told me no, and that if he was offered a chance to work in the kitchen for the TTFA, he would not accept.”