Outgoing, Northern Football Association (NFA) president, Anthony Harford says the current zone executive is making no effort to stop a planned meeting for its existing club membership and is proceeding with the annual general meeting (AGM) before the end of this year.
Former national goalkeeper Ross Russell is set to contest the position of presidency of the Northern Football Association (NFA) on December 12 at the Cascadia Hotel in St Ann’s.
Anthony Harford has stepped down as president of the Northern Football Association (NFA).
Desperation has stepped in among the membership of the Northern Football Association (NFA).
Some 14 out of the 19 clubs have vowed to take any action necessary to run their own affairs in the league, as the executive has not acceded to their request for this year's annual general meeting (AGM) and election of a new executive, which they feel can take place at a venue that is big enough and suitable for the coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions.
The executive and members of the Northern Football Association are also mourning the passing of Rolf Bartolo, who died on Sunday morning.
The membership of the Northern Football Association (NFA) is demanding that the Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Election of Officers, which have been postponed earlier this year, due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, be held and a new executive is elected to manage their affairs.
SHYMDEO GOSINE is standing firm as president of the Central Football Association (CFA), even though seven out of nine member clubs have called for his removal by noon on Monday.
Trinidad and Tobago football referee and referees association administrator Glorick Maynard has passed on.
SEVEN of the nine clubs that make up TT’s Central Football Association (CFA) are calling on its president Shymdeo Gosine to resign. If not, they said, he will be removed. But Gosine said they “don’t have that power”.