Sorry for my prolonged absence. As you can imagine, a lot has happened since my last blog; most of which contributed to my literal silence.
There are three major issues to be resolved in the ongoing theatre that is the state of football in Trinidad and Tobago today.
THE TRINIDAD and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) has refuted claims that there were retrenchment within the staff at its headquarters on Dundonald Street, Port-of-Spain this week.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation and members of the local football fraternity expresses heartfelt condolences on the passing of David Cumberbatch, past National teams massage therapist and strength and conditioning trainer.
Add fraud to the numerous allegations—many of them substantiated—made against Jack Warner, Minister of Works and Infrastructure and ex-FIFA Vice President, over the years.
For Trinidad and Tobago captain Kenwyne Jones, the 2006 Soca Warriors’ legal tussle with the T&T Football Federation (TTFF) is a “huge disappointment”.
A GERMAN reporter and his cameraman who trailed and questioned former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner yesterday, in an attempt to get him to speak about the world football governing body which has been mired in corruption allegations, was brushed off by Warner yesterday at the Chaguanas Borough Corporation.
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner told Trinidad’s Parliament yesterday that he has adequately accounted for the nearly US$1 million entrusted to him as a post-earthquake donation for Haiti.