05 Aug 2011
- Written by Ian Prescott (T&T Express)
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Oliver Camps, president of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF), denies that the departure from football of Minister of Works Jack Warner, a former FIFA vice-president, has left his organisation totally defenceless.
24 Jun 2011
- Written by Jeré Longman and Doreen Carvajal (New York Times).
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Jack Warner commands headlines nearly every day in this Caribbean nation, known simply by his first name in his highly visible if conflicting roles as energetic public servant and now disgraced soccer power broker.
27 Jul 2011
- Written by Stephon Nicholas (T&T Newsday)
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Oliver Camps, president of Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF), will not be utilising the 48-hour grace period provided by FIFA for Caribbean Football Union (CFU) heads to give their “truthful and complete” versions of the event of the infamous May 10-11 meeting in Trinidad.
23 Jun 2011
- Written by Renuka Singh (T&T Express)
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Works Minister Jack Warner yesterday lashed out at "sections" of world football body FIFA for feeding "misleading" information to the international media in a bid to undermine his legacy and Caribbean standing in FIFA affairs.
19 Jul 2011
- Written by Lincoln Phillips (T&T Guardian)
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Taking T&T football forward - Part 2
When asked what would I do if given the opportunity to make policy for the TTFF, the first thing I say is to take the business of the TTFF out into the open.
22 Jun 2011
- Written by Inshan Mohammed
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Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) Technical Adviser Mr. Keith Look Loy today gave SWO a sneak-peak of what should be expected of Trinidad and Tobago football in the near future.
26 Jun 2011
- Written by Lasana Liburd (playthegame)
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Former FIFA Vice-President Jack Warner is gone for good from the corridors of football power in Zurich, Switzerland. His former deputy, CONCACAF General Secretary Chuck Blazer, now calls the shots in the most populous confederation of the western hemisphere.
22 Jun 2011
- Written by Paul Kelso (The Telegraph)
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Fifa’s ethics committee has ruled that there is “comprehensive, convincing and overwhelming evidence” that Mohamed Bin Hammam and Jack Warner colluded in the payment of bribes to Caribbean football officials, according to a secret report seen by Telegraph Sport.
- TTFF praise Warner contributions - Roberts: Warner will be missed
- Warner: My new role is problems of T&T
- Warner resigns from FIFA post
- High-Low Hang-Jack Game
- Police chief wants FIFA’s file on Warner
- Camps says TTFF hands clean
- Hislop wants FIFA resolution
- Warner withholds Blatter bombshell
- Our Warner dilemma
- Warner’s rise to power in FIFA