The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association recently staged a C License Coaching instructors Course which was held at the Hasely Crawford Stadium for thirteen local coaches.
There were a few tackles and spells of high pressing. But, at the end of yesterday’s AGM, Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams might have been tempted to pour himself a glass of celebratory wine.
Former National Team captain and recent Under 17 head coach Russell Latapy is upbeat about the recent revelations by the TTFA to implement its new National Elite Youth Development Programme.
A Chaguanas businessman has moved to freeze the bank account of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) after the organisation has failed to pay him over $1.2 million ordered by a court over a year ago.
THE TRINIDAD and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) has agreed to drop the name “Soca Warriors” from its website, and subsequently discontinue the use of the name.
Justin Latapy, brother of T&T Football Association staff coach Russell Latapy, is the new general secretary of the TTFA.
Trinidad and Tobago living football legend Russell Latapy was presented with his Season Pass by the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association on Thursday at its offices located at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
Trinidad and Tobago Football Association president David John-Williams declared the CONCACAF Level II goalkeeping course opened at the VIP lounge of the Hasely Crawford Stadium on Sunday morning.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association is continuing to embark on its efforts to improve and increase opportunities for coaching development by staging a CONCACAF advanced level goalkeeping course at the Hasely Crawford Stadium from November 20th to 22nd.