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.
He said the TTSL Board was not a proper representation of all the clubs in the Super League.
Hagley told Guardian Media Sports on Wednesday that the meeting at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Balmain, Couva, was set to chart the way forward for the new Tier 1 and 2 leagues in the country, but clubs which are official members of the football association were left out of the decision-making process, for an organization that is not.
The T&T Super League is an independent organization formed to manage the affairs of the TTSL.
The TTSL Board is made up of some six members- Keith Look Loy, the FC Santa Rosa and TTSL president, Jameson Rigues (Guaya United/First VP), Eddison Dean (Club Sando/Second VP), Colin Murray (Queen's Park), Terry Joseph (Bethel United) and Anderson Veronique (Prisons) who has replaced Clayton Morris (UTT).
The Board is charged with the responsibility of representing 22 Super League teams. However, the teams that participated in the 2019 League were FC Santa Rosa, Queen's Park, Matura ReUnited, RSSR, Erin FC, Guaya United, Prisons FC, Cunupia FC, Bethel United, Diego Martin/Petit Valley United and the University of T&T, among many others.
Hagley said also that some of the clubs were also illegitimately suspended for their inability to be involved in Super League activities for two consecutive years.
Some of these clubs include Defence Force, Harlem Strikers, Marabella Family Crisis Centre (MFCC), 1976 Phoenix United, Perseverance United and Siparia Spurs among others.
Hagley believes the action to suspend other clubs, is also an illegal one, as the clubs are all shareholders of the League (TTSL).
"The Super League Board cannot represent the clubs at a TTFA meeting. The TTSL is an independent organization while the clubs are all members of the TTFA. Now tell me, so why aren't the T&T Pro League teams been represented by its Board at yesterday's meeting? Can you tell me why?"
According to Hagley "This cannot be right, regardless of how you look at it and the clubs are all against it."
Yesterday's meeting was expected to pave a way for the re-introduction of the initially-recommended T-League which was being formed to be competitive with the top football leagues in various parts of Europe, such as England, Spain, Germany and France etc.