After a tumultuous 2011, Trinidad and Tobago's football is currently at its lowest ebb.
For Trinidad and Tobago, senior national football is currently at a standstill as the T&T Football Federation (TTFF) makes plans to revamp its technical and administrative departments.
FIFA launched its Referees Assistance Program (RAP) for Trinidad and Tobago at the Ato Boldon Stadium on Sunday at which thirty local referees will undergo training from Regional FIFA referee development officers Ramesh Ramdhan and Jamaican Peter Prendergast. The RAP Program has two key elements; Professionalizing Referee Administration at National Association levels and focusing on the development of Elite Referees in the World with unified standards and training.
Jamaal Shabazz said he is working on a deal with the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation that would also allow him to stay with Guyana.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation will stage its inaugural Girls Football Festival at the Marvin Lee Stadium from 930am on Tuesday December 13th, 2011.
In declaring 2005 as the Year of Sport and Physical Education the United Nations highlighted the important role that sport would play in the achievement of its Millennium Development Goals. In supporting its position the UN issued a statement which concluded, inter-alia:
Not all that bad.
That's how sports promoter/broadcaster Anthony Harford sees the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF).