Keith Look Loy has resigned from the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF). He tendered his resignation from the position of TTFF Technical Adviser as well as that of Chairman of the TTFF Technical Committee.
In recent weeks the Trinidad and Tobago Football Referees Association (TTFRA) Executive Officers have been publicizing in the national media their dissatisfaction with the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation’s (TTFF) implementing of the FIFA’s Mandate with regards to refereeing in its Member Associations (in our case, the TTFF). By selective quotations and generalizations the TTFRA has been promoting the idea that the TTFF is seeking through this Mandate to disband its organization.
Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation secretary Richard Groden responding to reports that he is among 16 CFU officials to be investigated by FIFA said yesterday, he will comply with whatever information is required by the world governing body for football.
So when will we learn? Even as the people of T&T come to terms with questions over the administration of football as we continue our World Cup bid, along comes another issue involving the T&T Football Federation (TTFF).
Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation is planning to go it alone, with regards to funding for the forthcoming FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign.
Jack Warner has accused Fifa of "devastating lives" and damaging football in the Caribbean in an attempt to clean up its image. Fifa, which last month charged 16 Caribbean officials over the bribery scandal, has also terminated a multimillion-pound TV rights deal with the Caribbean Football Union.
EX-NATIONAL football manager Richard Braithwaite is calling for a return to the one club one vote system to select the best administrators for Trinidad and Tobago football.
Fifa have terminated a multimillion-pound 2014 World Cup TV deal after discovering the rights had been sub-licensed to a company owned by the controversial Jack Warner.
Oliver Camps, president of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF), denies that the departure from football of Minister of Works Jack Warner, a former FIFA vice-president, has left his organisation totally defenceless.