For the second time in the space of a month, the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) was forced to adjourn its Annual General Meeting (AGM), at the National Cycling Centre, Couva.
According to sources, yesterday’s meeting, which was attended by 15 out of its 49 members, was cancelled due to the lack of a quorum (26), and will be reconvened to December 23.
The AGM was originally carded for November 25, at the aforementioned venue, but was postponed after TTFA members deemed its hosting unconstitutional.
The TTFA had issued invitations to only 16 members to participate at the AGM, as the others were not compliant according to FIFA mandate and were unable to vote.
At a recently-held media conference, at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva, TTFA president David John-Williams said extensions were repeatedly given to members who allegedly failed to take action to remedy their situation.
TTFA AGM postponed again.
By Ian Prescott (Express).
JUST SIX of a possible 51 delegates were present at the 8 a.m. start of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) reconvened Annual General Meeting (AGM) yesterday morning.
Only three of 13 Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) Board of Directors members joined president David John-Williams at the meeting.
Following a half-hour adjournment, the meeting was reconvened and a roll revealed just 15 delegates present. At that point, Board chairman John-Williams then indicated that the required quorum was not present and that the meeting could not proceed.