Kieron Edwards, a beaten presidential candidate at last Sunday's T&T Super League AGM and Election of Officers, is calling for fresh elections soon.
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PREVIOUSLY suspended T&T Super League (TTSL) teams are elated to be back in the fold after their suspensions were lifted. Players and the communities they have entertained are now eager for football to return once the Government relaxes covid19 regulations.
A NEW Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) president will be elected on Sunday. The Annual General Meeting (AGM) and elections will be held virtually from 9 am.
FORMER Strike Squad captain Clayton Morris thanked those who made his eight-month tenure as T&T Super League president a learning experience.
Lee Davis, a vice president of Prisons FC, has joined the race for the presidency of the T&T Super League which is expected to be contested when the organisation holds its annual general meeting (AGM) and election of executive officers on September 19.
Three out of four clubs that threatened legal against the T&T Super League if they did not get the right to vote at Sunday's annual general meeting (AGM) and Election virtually, have agreed to drop their case on the basis that they were re-instated.
No suspension was ever handed down to any clubs in the T&T Super League at least not by the T&T Football Association in 2018. Now president Clayton Morris is being called upon to convene an Emergency General Meeting to immediately re-install the affected clubs with full rights, inclusive of voting rights for the coming AGM and Election of Officers on September 19.
Prison officer Lee Davis is the new president of the T&T Super League (TTSL).
The Normalisation Committee of the T&T Football Association (TTFA) now holds the responsibility of confirming whether seven clubs, suspended by the T&T Super League for being non-compliant, are really suspended.