We absolutely agree! Well said! We absolutely need a figurative "Occupy TTFF" mentality and movement among the public. My description of yesterday's event as a "sham" is not aimed at the participants - or most of them, anyway. Their contributions are valid, I am sure, and have been made previously by the same or other voices over many years. My criticism is aimed at the TTFF and the Ministry. Plain politics by both, the latter propping up the decrepit former for its own purposes. Listen, the Ministry may very well use the remaining WCQ funds for community football. That does NOT change the status quo within the TTFF, however. Indeed, it will prolong the clique's death throes as they will receive funding for national teams behind which to posture - once they win, that is. In the final analysis, I repeat - the public has a key role to play in removing the "parasitic oligarchy" that runs the Federation, but the prime movers in this process will always have to be the clubs.