Defence Force, Guaya United and Moruga FC are three of 11 teams that are yet to received their first-tranche of $25, 600 for their participation in the T&T Football Association- sanctioned League of Champions.
Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president William Wallace has promised to regularise the FA’s technical committee, after its ranks swelled to an unprecedented and unconstitutional size at the last board meeting.
Guaya United FC financial director Randy Hagley is leading the charge of some T&T Super League clubs to have Wednesday's meeting with the T&T Football Association, the T&T Super League Board of Directors, and the T&T Pro League clubs, to be deemed null and void.
Recently appointed Trinidad and Tobago Football Association technical director Dion La Foucade believes there must be a common language throughout all the National teams.
THE Caribbean Football Union (CFU) has announced that Camara David has been appointed by the executive committee as the organization’s general secretary, effective February 1, 2020.
Various members of the Technical Staffs of the Trinidad and Tobago Nationals teams and the TTFA’s technical department assembled for a meeting at the Ato Boldon Stadium on Friday during which in-depth discussions on a wide range of topics.
Newly appointed head of goalkeeping for the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association Kelvin Jack says he’s delighted to be returning to his native land with the responsibility of contributing to the development of the game here, moreso the goalkeepers at all levels.
Muhammad Ali once said, “I don’t think it’s bragging to say I’m something special.”
For many athletes and even officials, particularly football coaches, an explanation of the concept of self-confidence is hardly necessary as they know intuitively what it is. Indeed, self-confidence is so palpable in some individuals you can almost reach out and touch it. Their confidence is reflected in everything they say and do, in what they wear, how they speak and how they look.
The philosophy of sport is never fixed. Its methods demand an inherently self-critical conception of intellectual activity; one that challenges its preconceptions and guiding principles continuously both as to the nature and purposes of philosophy and of sports. It draws upon and develops many of the diverse branches of the parent discipline, philosophy, and reflects a broad church of theoretical positions and styles.