The race for the presidency of the T&T Football Association will begin in earnest on Tuesday with William Wallace set to be nominee to represent the United Football Group, while Richard Ferguson, the Terminix Director, also confirmed that he will be a contestant for football's top position.
Following T&T's 2-0 loss to Honduras in the Concacaf Nations League at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port-of-Spain on Thursday night at the team's chances of not progesiing out of the group stage the United TTFA stakeholders issues the following statement which is published in full.
The TTFA National Football Committee will hold its second and third Symposiums to receive recommendations for the restructuring of football on Trinidad and Tobago on the following dates at the following locations:
To mark the completion of the first edition of the Football Executive Programme for the Caribbean initiated in November 2018, FIFA and the International Centre for Sport Studies (CIES), with the support of the University of the West Indies (UWI), held an official graduation ceremony at the UWI in St-Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago. The graduate programme, a new professional development course designed to further enhance football administration across the Caribbean region successfully delivered its first cycle introduced nine months ago.
AN already debt-saddled T&T Football Association will now have to find an additional US$783,000 to pay to its former technical director Kendall Walkes who was fired from his post after less than one year on the job.
UNITED TTFA, comprising a group of football stakeholders seeking to unseat TT Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams in the November 24 elections, are yet to decide on who will be their presidential candidate.
The restructuring of the local football landscape is compelling, crucial and requires a great deal of knowledge, time and creativity. For far too long when things go wrong, our leaders or persons in charge have scrapped the old and presented something new that may have worked elsewhere but not respecting the dynamics of our sporting culture.
The group of football stakeholders united in a bid to unseat Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams is urging him to ‘refrain from issuing long term contracts to his chosen’ in an effort to manage the debt burden of the administration.
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Election of Officers for the T&T Football Association has been set for Sunday, November 24 at a venue to be determined.