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No ‘swoosh’ on Nike, TTFA deal.

DJW: Rivals presenting ‘gross inaccuracies’

ALTHOUGH THEIR slogan is Just Do It, Nike, a multinational billion-dollar urban apparel and sports company, said it has “no intention to pursue” any arrangement to sponsor or supply team product to the TT Football Association, undermining claims made by United TTFA, a group of stakeholders attempting to unseat David John-Williams as the head of local football.

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Members of the United TTFA from left, Susan Joseph-Warrick, William Wallace and Clynt Taylor at yesterday’s press conference at the Harvard Sports and Cultural Club in Port-of-Spain.

Unit­ed TTFA pres­i­den­tial can­di­date William Wal­lace has called on in­cum­bent T&T Foot­ball As­so­ci­a­tion pres­i­dent David John-Williams, one of the three can­di­dates for to­mor­row’s T&TFA Elec­tion, to step down.

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Six po­ten­tial votes from the To­ba­go Foot­ball As­so­ci­a­tion (TFA) and the Cen­tral Foot­ball As­so­ci­a­tion (CFA) ap­pear to be hang­ing in the bal­ance, ahead of the T&T Foot­ball As­so­ci­a­tion (TTFA) An­nu­al Gen­er­al Meet­ing (AGM) and Elec­tion on No­vem­ber 24 at the Home of Foot­ball in Bal­main, Cou­va.

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THE majority of the member clubs of the Tobago Football Association (TFA) are condemning the unlawful actions made by their president Anthony Moore to select the representatives for the upcoming TT Football Association’s (TTFA) AGM and elections, on Sunday.

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CONCACAF boss: New W/Cup format was best.

CON­CA­CAF pres­i­dent Vic­tor Mon­tagliani is stand­ing by the change in the CON­CA­CAF World Cup qual­i­fy­ing for­mat im­ple­ment­ed ear­li­er this year, say­ing it was forced up­on them be­cause of a me­dia rights is­sue and the new Na­tions League. How­ev­er, he says the for­mat will again change for the 2026 World Cup in the Unit­ed States.

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The visit by the Presidents of FIFA and CONCACAF to Trinidad for the opening of the Home of Football and the fact that the hosts for the 2026 World Cup are between 3 nations from CONCACAF, presents many great opportunities. Most importantly, it can be used as a catalyst to ensure a steady growth path towards the region possessing more formidable oppositions in world football. The next bold step for regional football leaders should be to lobby the region's governing body to assist in offering more playing opportunities for its own, as those for example of the EU region. The players are ultimately the most important resource of the game meaning a higher standard must be attained to be respected.

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