There are rising concerns by coaches of teams in the Women's Football League (WoLF) that a fair chance was not given to them to apply for the assistant coaching positions of the country's women's national team.
T&T Women's Football League
This year's Women's Football League (WoLF) will be called the TT WoLF Ascension League, following the confirmation of a $200,000 sponsorship deal from Ascension League owner Richard Ferguson on Saturday during a virtual Annual General Meeting (AGM).
“[…] It was stated in the allegations that I failed to consult with my colleagues before signing on behalf of the body, and further, the matter was not discussed at membership or executive level.
INTERIM president of the T&T Women’s League Football (WoLF) Kenrick Hoyte says he is "extremely happy" FIFA has lifted its suspension of the T&T Football Association (TTFA). Now, he said, plans can soon be underway for training to resume ahead of the qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA Women's Under-17 World Cup in India, and the Under-20 edition in Costa Rica.
The Women’s League of Football (WoLF) will not kick a ball in 2020, after its executive committee decided to ‘postpone’ its competition until 2021. The decision was made on Saturday with a vote of 5-2 in favour of the postponement.
SAYING that women’s football in this country has been treated like “the bastard child of the TTFA” (T&T Football Association), former women’s national team manager Kenrick Hoyte says there must be a push for greater equality in local football.
Former T&T Football Association technical director Anton Corneal has lamented on the low turn out of women participants at the T&T Women’s League Football (TTWoLF) hosted inaugural 'C' License Coaching Course which began on Monday at Ato Boldon Stadium in Balmain, Couva.
WITH United TTFA’s High Court action against FIFA proceeding despite attempts by delegates to stop it, Women’s League Football (WOLF) president Susan Joseph-Warrick is being accused by executive members of seeking to use the organisation to her own gain.
Former national striker Ahkeela Mollon of Club Sando FC didn't surprise anyone when she was named the Most Valuable Player (MVP) and Golden Boots winner at the Women's Football League (WoLF) Awards and Dinner two weeks ago at the National Racquet Centre (NRC) in Tacarigua.