Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) president Keith Look Loy appears to have survived an attempt to dislodge him from the board of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA), after a petition to remove him was ruled to have failed to meet the constitutional threshold by TTSL general secretary Peter Thomas.
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Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) outfit San Fernando Giants have asked for another 24 hours to consider their position on president Keith Look Loy’s role on the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s board of directors.
There are attempts to remove Keith Look Loy, the TT Super League president as the League's representative on the Board of Directors of the T&T Football Association.
"Non-compliant clubs in the T&TSL can vote" so said David John-Williams, president of the T&T Football Association and Jameson Rigues, vice president of the T&T Super League.
RANDY HAGLEY, owner of former Super League champions Guaya United, is unaware about any breakaway league, comprising former Super League clubs.
“We didn’t appoint you as our representative on the Board of the T&T Football Association to fight down the Home of Football, or for transparency or accountability. We sent you to represent the interests of the T&T Super League.”
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ERIN FC president Jason Gordon has distanced himself from a document he said he was tricked into signing, which called on TT Super League (TTSL) secretary Peter Thomas to convene an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) to remove league president Keith Look Loy.
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