William Wallace is the new president of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association.
Wallace, who is currently the Secondary Schools' Football Association boss, was elected new TTFA head during the association's annual general meeting at the Home of the Football in Balmain, Couva, a short while ago.
He defeated incumbent president David John-Williams 26-20 in the second round of voting.
The other presidential candidate, Richard Ferguson, was eliminated from contention after the first round of voting by the delegates, as they voted in favour of Wallace (20), John-Williams (16) and Ferguson (10) in that order.
Wallace's slate includes includes Super League board member Sam Phillip, Central Football Association secretary Clynt Taylor and Women’s Football League (Wolf) president Susan Joseph-Warrick.
Of the 47 delegates eligible to vote in the election Sunday, one of them was absent.
SOURCE: T&T Guardian