On 19 September 2021, Prison Service superintendent Lee Davis was elected as president of the Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) for a four-year term. Instead, Davis and his fellow board members lasted just 17 months.
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President of the T&T Super League (TTSL) Lee Davis has resigned his post, along with his first vice president Eddison Dean and second vice president Andre Bernard, in the midst of accusations by the membership that they were not being represented.
The Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) could be asked to settle a dispute between the T&T Super League (TTSL) and Keiron Edwards, a defeated presidential candidate at the recent TTSL elections, over possible breaches in the Constitution that prevented legitimate members from exercising their voting rights.
Football is guaranteed to be played, if not before the end of the year, then from January next year, for sure.
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.
TWO members of the Queen’s Park Football Club (QPFC) football fraternity died on Sunday.
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.
New T&T Super League president Lee Davis is working on forming a COVID-19 policy to ensure his members are active whenever government gives the okay to resume play in 2022.
FORMER Strike Squad captain Clayton Morris thanked those who made his eight-month tenure as T&T Super League president a learning experience.