Arima Walk for Peace, organized by FC Santa Rosa, is steadily gaining support from a broad cross-section of Arima. Since it was announced and advertised on social media, the number of community organizations and individuals rallying to the Walk is steadily growing.
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FC Santa Rosa is very pleased to announce the appointment of Kevon Cooper as the club's ambassador with immediate effect.
Keith Look Loy coached his last top-flight football match on 10 December 2017 when FC Santa Rosa were surprised 1-0 by UTT at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar, a result that cost them the chance to repeat as Super League champions.
The Trinidad and Tobago Super League inaugurated its Education Programme yesterday (Saturday 24 March) with a course in first aid and CPR. The course was intended to ensure clubs have trained first responders, particularly at youth level. Sixteen persons from TTSL clubs, as well as five regional association members, participated in the event, which was delivered by the T&T Red Cross Society.
FC Santa Rosa wishes to inform the members and supporters of the club, and the public as a whole, of the resignation of Big Cannons head coach Keith Look Loy.
Cunupia FC had an exceptional debut season in the 2017/2018 edition of Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) as the side which was promoted into the League One division, following winning the Championship (League Two) title the season before, shocked many of their opponents by finishing on the top half of the table. The newcomers not only managed to finish in the top half, but after 22 games, Cunupia FC registered 13 wins, four draws and five losses as they finished third on the standings with 43 points, behind league winners Guaya United (52) and runners up Santa Rosa FC (50).
Keith Look Loy, president of the T&T Super League (TTSL) is threatening to write to the world governing body for football-FIFA- if the illegal functioning of the T&T Football Referees Association (TTFRA) continues in the coming year.
The T&T Super League has announced the immediate appointment of Peter Thomas, as the new General Secretary of its League, only in its second year being managed by its clubs.
The rift between the Trinidad and Tobago Football Referees Association (TTFRA) and Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) president Keith Look Loy shows no sign of closing as, in the immediate aftermath of the 2017 TTSL season, Look Loy likened the local refereeing fraternity to a “mafia.”