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Futsal team to receive $270,000 plus.

Court orders First Citizens to release TTFA funds

JUST over two weeks after the High Court issued the TT Football Association's (TTFA) with a garnishee order, the court yesterday gave consent to lawyers representing this country's national Futsal team to receive from TTFA's six frozen accounts at First Citizens Bank, a figure of over $270,000 – about half the sum awarded by the court last December.

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Futsal team furious as DJW appeals court ruling—without board approval; TTFA sets new record in legal fees.

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams has taken his cash-strapped body back to the High Court, as the local football body submitted an appeal today against its TT$544,943 loss to the National Futsal Team players and technical staff on 13 December 2018.

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Still pumped from its first win in the fut­sal com­pe­ti­tion at the Youth Olympic Games on Wednes­day, T&T women's team en­tered yes­ter­day's match against Bo­livia full of con­fi­dence but a late run by its op­po­nent saw the lo­cal team slumped to a 5-2 de­feat.

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T&T and Honduras battle to 1-1 draw…

All to play for in second Futsal qualifier

Trinidad and Tobago’s National Men’s Futsal Team will have it all to play for in Thursday’s second leg CONCACAF playoff qualifier after keeping themselves in the race for a Final round place with a well played 1-1 draw with Honduras at the BN Arena in San Jose, Costa Rica on Wednesday.

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Former T&T futsal coach Clayton Morris

High Court orders TTFA pay 2016 team immediately.

FORMER national futsal coach Clayton Morris has expressed relief, after the TT Football Association (TTFA) was yesterday ordered by the High Court to immediately pay representatives of T&T's 2006 futsal team, including Morris, other staff members and 22 players, nearly half a million dollars.

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