Embattled Caribbean Football Union (CFU) president Gordon Derrick could find himself crowbarred out of office by FIFA, after the world governing body’s ethics committee today recommended a four-year ban from all football activities for the Antigua and Barbuda native.
Earlier this year, Flow signed a partnership with CONCACAF to give customers a front row seat at server marquee CONCACAF football events.
In one corner stands the Central Football Association (CFA) and its general secretary Clynt Taylor and president Shymdeo Gosine as well as the Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) and its interim president Keith Look Loy, who have a joint motion. In the other is the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) board of directors and its president David John-Williams.
Former FIFA vice-president, Jack Warner, is set for a legal showdown with CONCACAF after instructing his attorney Keith Scotland to file a US$40 million lawsuit against CONCACAF and United States Soccer Federation president Sunil Gulati.
RECENTLY APPOINTED general secretary of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA), Justin Latapy-George, is ready to make his mark in his new role, having served over five months in the job.
FORMER president Jack Warner as well as Charles “Chuck” Blazer, have been sued by CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football), who have claimed victimisation by the duo who were charged in the infamous 2015 FIFA bribery scandal.
Lawrence, Gally, Latapy talk about Gains of National Centre
Following the recent announcement that the Ato Boldon Stadium will be transformed to the Home of Trinidad and Tobago Football with the establishment of a National Training Centre, a few former and current national team coaches and players have tipped their hats on the revelation by the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association.
LOCAL referees have taken a decision to withhold their services if they do not receive monies owed them by several associations.
Former Argentina international player Pablo Aimar had a message for all footballers in T&T before he departed our shores following a short visit as a FIFA legend alongside President Gianni Infantino on Monday.