precedent has already been set in a case - not quite similar - but one where an outsider challenges the incumbent.
See the Concacaf elections where I believe it was a member from St. Kitts (??) who challenged for a Concacaf post, and was forthwithly banished from football.
I think there are several threads at the moment clammering for change, but all those in the opposition to the current administration are lacking sound ideas, detailed plans, names and faces.
Blindly considering the question of the thread, my main question would be who in the local private sector has the funds available and is willing to use it to purchase the franchise from JW ?
Besides the physical assets of the TTFF, the buyer would have to compensate them for goodwill and any intrinsic value built into the brand. They would then have to purchase the rights to use terms such as the trademarked Soca WarriorsTM, captain's armband, and a slew of different unforseen expenses.
Secondly, the change in ownership would most likely come an increase in wages for the employees - and in this case, the most valuable ones, ie, the players on The Senior Team. Wages, Travel, Per Diem, Insurance. If the new administration plans on clearing house and starting fresh - they would need to hire experienced, or at least capable hands, and that will come at a premium.
Thirdly, rental of local facilities ... or as many have previously suggested - construction of the TTFFs own facility, eg. Wembley in England.
These are just some of the obstacles that they will face - and we're not even talking about profit and revenue streams to offset the costs. You might think that part is easy ... but what happens when our product is poor on the field and we can't attract a sellout stadium?
Or when you can't even market replicas etc, because fans attending the games are of the mindset that it's nicer to rock a Man U, Arsenal or Liverpool jersey to the game instead of purchasing a TT shirt.
... so - who has a plan again?