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Senior national footballers have expressed grave concern about the potential sale of the Home of Football (HoF) to help offset the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s (TTFA) $98.5 million debt.

General secretary of Central Football Association (CFA) Lennox Sirjuesingh is vehemently against the sale of the Home of Football in Balmain, Couva and described it as short-sightedness.

“[…] This process, as it was designed, will allow the TTFA to manage its operations and provide a stay from all legal proceedings and creditor actions for a period of up to six months.

NATIONAL Olympic Committee president Brian Lewis disagrees that the Home of Football (HoF) in Couva should be sold to offset a large chunk of the T&T Football Association’s (TTFA) harrowing $98.5 million debt.

Former Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) presidential candidate Richard Ferguson believes that the TTFA normalisation committee (NC) should have considered an alternative to seeking insolvency protection as a means of shielding it from creditors.

THREE times in the past three decades, mid-November has marked a significant moment in the history of Trinidad and Tobago football.

Fenerbahçe Women's Football Team has added Trinidad and Tobago striker Kennya Kinda Esther Cordner to its squad.

In our lives, we all have that one teacher who makes us fall in love with what they teach, simply because they’re brilliant at teaching. Soccer players and fans can also relate to this fact. All of us fancy football’s great teachers like Johan Cruyff or Sir Alex Ferguson. But other names are not quite as popular as these extraordinary coaches. Over the past few years, a boom of soccer trainers have been splashing their skills all over social platforms, and they are doing a marvelous job by teaching and spreading the love of the beautiful game. One of them is Keion Joseph, also known as Coach Cruz, the founder of Cruz Coaching.

Daniel Phillips returned to action for the Gills with a man-of-the-match display against Sheffield Wednesday last Saturday and admitted, “It’s good to be back."

The ugly side of the beautiful game of football rose its head on Saturday when T&T international Jomal Williams of Luis Angel Firpo was racially abused by fans of his former club Isidro Metapan during an El Salvador Apertura Primera Division match at Estadio Jorge Calero Suarez, Metapan.

Senior national women’s football team striker, Kennya “Yaya” Cordner and her IL Sandviken team captured the league crown in the Norwegian Toppserien in emphatic style hammering Klepp 8-0 in the 17th and penultimate round of competition on Sunday.

Former T&T FIFA Under-17 World Cup player and senior national team defender Julius James was appointed to the coaching staff of the David Beckham-owned Inter Miami CF Special Olympics Unified Team on Tuesday.

Next Level Consulting Limited is rebranding their third annual Invitational Tournament! As soon as we return to sporting activities and the Ministry of Health and the CMO gives permission, the nation’s largest private under 19 football tournament would be known as the NLCL Under-19 Community Cup according to its organizers. 

Central Football Association (CFA) president Shymdeo Gosine has resigned, leaving the association's first vice president Wendell Collymore to assume the role of interim president.

The Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) has announced a ball-juggling competition as a replacement for the traditional on-the-field football competition from this year into next year.

A $1.5-million-dollar Tiger Tanks-sponsored Under-20 Football Tournament is set to kick off in February next year and is expected to be used in the future for the preparation of national teams.

Michael Awai a stakeholder in local football and the former AC Port of Spain Business Development Manager agrees with the decision by Minister of Health, Dr Terrence Deyalsingh to blank permission to the Ascension Football Tournament organisers for the start of their ten-club competition at this time.

JR  “Hi Terry, thanks so much for taking some time out to speak to me at TSF today.  Let’s go back to west London and Queens Park Rangers, not many people make over 250 appearances for one club…”

Trinidad and Tobago senior women’s footballers fell to a dramatic 2-1 defeat to hosts Dominican Republic in the first of a two-match series played last night at the Estadio Centroamericano.

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Kenwyne Jones as Head Coach of the Trinidad and Tobago Senior Women’s National Team.

Interim national senior women’s team coach Kenwyne Jones and his team will be hoping to end a four-match winless run when T&T comes up against host Dominican Republic in the first of two friendly internationals in San Cristobal, Dominican Republic on Friday evening.

T&T’s senior women’s team began preparation in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic yesterday with a gym session, followed by an onfield workout at the Felix Sanchez Olympic Stadium, ahead of their upcoming international friendly match with the hosts on Friday.

Interim T&T women’s senior football team head coach Kenwyne Jones says he expects host Dominican Republic to be a very good test for his team in their two upcoming friendly internationals.

TRINIDAD AND Tobago women’s football team coach Kenwyne Jones will listen to offers made by the T&T Football Association (TTFA) concerning the possibilities of his interim contract being extended, or even the offer of becoming the team's full-time coach.

Pro League Table

Rank Teams Played Points
1 Defence Force 17 42
2 La Horquetta Rangers 17 35
3 Point Fortin Civic FC 17 28
4 W Connection FC 16 27
5 Morvant Caledonia United 17 24
6 Police FC 17 23
7 Club Sando 18 21
8 San Juan Jabloteh 17 19
9 Central FC 17 13
10 Cunupia FC 17 12
11 AC Port-of-Spain 16 12


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THE covid19 pandemic proved to be a huge challenge on the national beach soccer squad, according to team captain Ryan Augustine.

FORMER Strike Squad player Clayton Morris spearheaded a nine-member Trinidad and Tobago contingent which completed a Futsal High Performance course courtesy of the Confederation of Brazil Football (CBF) on Sunday.