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The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association is pleased to announce that its President, David John-Williams, has been appointed member of the FIFA Players’ Status Committee.

EXPERIENCED local football coach Terry Fenwick is saying that more support from coaches and administrators is needed to help elevate the career of footballers in Trinidad and Tobago.

National Under 20 Men’s Team head coach Brian Williams will announce a 26-man squad that will travel to Colombia later this month, on a date to be confirmed,  as preparations continue for the CONCACAF Final Round of Qualification for the 2017 FIFA Under 20 Men’s World Cup.

The country’s next national football coach will be chosen from a shortlist of three, comprising Colombian Francisco Maturana, St Lucian Stuart Charles Fevrier, the W Connection coach and Englishman Terry Fenwick, a former San Juan Jabloteh coach, as the search continues for a replacement for Tom Saintfiet.

There is no space for excuses, ifs and buts, not even a decent reason why the game in this country has plummeted into total misery to the fans.

FORMER national striker Stern John says Trinidad and Tobago football is in shambles currently with the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) in search of its third national coach in less than two months.

Mumbai FC have made their first foreign signing of the current I-League campaign, with the capture of Densill Theobald.

Former Orlando City coach Adrian Heath is working hard to try and reunite with the Trinidad & Tobago midfielder and has made a sizable offer.

Churchill Brothers SC is feeling the need of a striker since the start of their I–League campaign. With Wolfe joining the team a lot is expected from the team that did reasonably well in Kolkata but was woeful in attack. Minoo Fernandes caught up with Anthony Wolfe for a chat on football and more.

Trinidad and Tobago striker Anthony Wolfe will spearhead Churchill Brothers Sports Club strike force when the team plays Mumbai FC in their first home game at the Tilak maidan in Vasco on Sunday.

East Bengal's new foreign recruit Willis Plaza, who is a former Trinidad and Tobago national team striker is the latest sensation among the club fans.

Bmobile partnered with Colleges Invitational for a second consecutive event, which brought international coaches to T&T to scout local talent, for a shot at professional contracts and scholarships.

2017 is shaping up to be busy one thus far for DIRECTV W Connection. With almost three weeks gone into the New Year, they have had several players leave on overseas trials, with one already resulting in a short term loan deal, and others set to go out.

Jason Marcano, Darren Mitchell and Kishun Seecharan all found the back of the net as two-time defending Digicel Pro League champions Central FC rebounded from last weekend's defeat at Ma Pau Stars to hammer Police FC 3-0 on Wednesday afternoon.

Tyrell Emmanuel of Shiva Boys Hindu College and Kedie Johnson of St Augustine Secondary were named the Male and Female Players of the Year 2016, respectively, at the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) 2016 Awards and Prize Distribution Ceremony at the National Cycling Centre in Balmain, Couva, yesterday.

Stephen Hart, the ex T&T football coach has challenged students who participated at the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) last year, to educate themselves by learning to think situations out for their benefit.

Leaders W Connection kept the pedal to the metal in the race for the Digicel Pro League 2016-17 crown after edging St. Ann’s Rangers 1-0 courtesy Dimitrie Apai’s first-half goal in the first game of a double-header at the Hasely Crawford Stadium on Tuesday night.

English football fans got the treat of a lifetime to see the English FA Cup trophy up close and personal as the prestigious trophy came to our shores on Monday.

Italian Carolina Morace, the country’s new women’s coach said she intends to take T&T football to the next level.

Trinidad & Tobago women’s national team goalkeeper Kimika Forbes made history by becoming the first Caribbean player to win the Copa Libertadores Feminina, when she helped Paraguay’s Sportivo Limpeno defeat Estudiantes de Guarico of Venezuela, 3-2, in last month’s 2016 final. The 26-year-old, who played college soccer in the United States, took some times to speak to about her career.

KIMIKA FORBES is the only Trinidad and Tobago national vying for 2016 end-of-season honours in the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football Associations (CONCACAF), the regional governing body for the sport.

National Senior Women’s Team player Ahkeela Mollon describes the appointment of Carolina Morace as Head Coach and Director of Women’s football as a major step by the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association.

FC Bellevue girls soccer player Annika Daniel competed in the most prestigious soccer tournament of her life this past summer.

There are 14 minutes left, and the U.S. Women’s national team is leading Trinidad and Tobago 4-0 in a Victory Tour match in San Antonio on Dec. 10, 2015. Abby Wambach, the world’s all-time leading scorer, is standing at the midfield line waiting to enter the match. Wambach is closing in on retirement, and she’s the one many of the 10,600 fans came to the Alamodome to see.

Pro League Table

Rank Teams Played Points
1 W Connection FC 15 37
2 Central FC 14 35
3 San Juan Jabloteh 15 26
4 Ma Pau Stars 15 22
5 Defence Force 14 20
6 Club Sando 15 18
7 Police FC 15 16
8 St. Ann's Rangers 15 16
9 Morvant Caledonia United 15 11
10 Point Fortin Civic FC 15 6

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This Day in History

Thursday, 20 January 1972

The Miami Pro Soccer club today announces the signing of Leroy DeLeon, a 24-year-old forward from Trinidad, who played last year with the Washington Darts of the North American Soccer League. The 5-foot-10, 150-pound DeLeon has been one of the NASL's top forwards during the past two seasons, during which he scored 24 goals and gained eight assists.

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Nine Caribbean Football Union teams taking part in the CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship to be staged in Nassau, Bahamas, from February 20 to 26 next year, now know their schedule.

Do three international assignments undertaken under the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) during the tenure of the current David John-Williams administration not prove the legitimacy of the management of the Trinidad and Tobago national futsal team and its claim for compensation?