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“There is a feeling among members that it cannot be ‘business as usual’ if the affairs of the organisation continue to be in a state of abeyance.”

The following is a letter from Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) president William Wallace to the TTFA membership inviting them to meet to consider a response to president David John-Williams’ controversially postponed AGM on 17 March 2018:

Dear Members,

You are invited to a meeting of the membership of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association, carded for Friday 23rd March at 6:00pm at the media room, National Cycling Velodrome, Balmain, Couva.

There is a feeling among  members that it cannot be ‘business as usual’ if the affairs of the organisation continue to be in a state of abeyance. There are several questions posed, to the Executive, which to date have not been answered. The AGM was called in November and is still ongoing among many other matters.

We strongly believe that this is an opportunity for members to decide the way forward.

Note that this is not a political intervention but instead a chance for you to voice your concerns so that collectively we can demand what is our rights as members.

Regards,
William Wallace,
On Behalf Of Concerned Members.