FORMER FIFA vice-president Austin Jack Warner says he has no doubt that the “nightmare” brought upon him by the United States government, which accused him of bribery, money laundering and other fraud-related crimes during his time as an executive of football’s governing body, is now over.
A new-look T&T football administration is on the horizon.
At least three persons are eagerly awaiting the election date of the T&T Football Association (TTFA) to be called now that approval of the constitution is completed.
AS the Fifa-appointed normalisation committee gets set to release its control of the TT Football Association's (TTFA) on March 31, 2024, former Strike Squad player Brian Williams hopes the incoming governing body can handle its own affairs and show competence once a new board is installed.
THE T&T Football Association (TTFA) inched closer to a return to self-governance on Sunday when its members voted unanimously in favour of revising statutes to its constitution, as stipulated by FIFA.
THE process leading to fresh Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) elections in three months’ time is on course, and the FIFA-imposed Normalisation Committee should demit office by March 17, without a further extension of its term of office.
TTFA members will be asked to approve a revised Trinidad and Tobago Football Association constitution—approved by world governing body FIFA —when the organisation holds its Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) Sunday at the Home of Football in Couva. And FIFA representatives will be here to observe proceedings.
As I said to the editor in the hope of addressing our football problem, “we are not here for a reprisal on past decisions but to actually come to the face of our condition and ask who do we want to be, what do we want to look like?”
TECHNICAL director of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association Anton Corneal said the local football body will have to do some restructuring as FIFA has announced that from 2025 youth tournaments will be held every year, instead of every other year.
Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) technical director Anton Corneal joined 24 other technical leaders from around the globe to learn more about Japan’s approach to achieving excellence as part of block two of FIFA’s new technical leadership diploma in Chiba, Japan, from December 4-9.