The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s Annual General Meeting has been pushed back two weeks, following a motion raised by former FIFA referee instructor Osmond Downer yesterday at the National Cycling Centre, Couva. The AGM will now be reconvened on December 9.
David John-Williams, president of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA), expressed surprised over the retirement of ex-national men’s team captain Kenwyne Jones on Monday.
Today, on National Pancreatic Cancer Day, Guardian Media Sport honours the life of John E Sabga, an individual who contributed to local sport in ways in which few others that came before him had ever done.
Although my duties at Concacaf and Fifa have been in the area of technical and football oriented issues, it would have been remiss of me if I did not seek to learn from the management style of the most popular international Sports federation in the world.
Trinidad and Tobago- born Rajesh Latchoo, the head coach of the Dominica Men’s national team, is today still coming to terms with the horrifying experience of Hurricane Maria which followed Hurricane Irma that saw the island ravaged by the most powerful storm in its history with many buildings were completely destroyed and virtually none were left.
A TTFA coup?
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) appears destined for a constitutional crisis of its own making, after general secretary Justin Latapy-George snubbed nearly 70 percent of the local football body’s membership in the matter of the organisation’s AGM, scheduled for 25 November 2017.
Concacaf General Secretary Phillipe Moggio has indicated that the confederation is looking to increase its activities in the Caribbean with the aim of improving the game throughout the Concacaf region.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) has said all its members have been invited to its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday, from 10 am, at the Media Room, National Cycling Centre, Balmain, Couva.
THE pair of sporting stadia, in Couva (Ato Boldon) and Marabella (Manny Ramjohn), have been affected by the persistent rainfall which have left parts of Trinidad under water for the past few days.