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First breath of fresh air from the caribbean since this whole thing started, a lot of these cowards would rather concede to fifa that to stand up for what’s morally right. shame on The Whole region.

 :applause: :salute:

Football / Re: Kenwyne Jones Thread
« on: June 26, 2020, 03:18:52 PM »
Patriot Front???

Unfortunate choice of name  :o

Football / Re: Terry Fenwick Thread.
« on: June 11, 2020, 04:40:49 PM »
What was DL contract? How much was he paid?

FIFA was paying his salary. DJW and infantino had that arrangement. Contro was correct on that point when he said that DJW was in FiFA(Infantino) pocket. The part about DL selling out the games is farfetched.

Got it. How much was FIFA paying him though? It seemed like top secret. Was it an average wage compared to other national team coaches? $10 per hour? $100,000 for 3 months? What did DL make so we can compare it to Fenwick's?

soccerman, that is the million dollar question. We don't know. Unless one of the forumites know the answer to that.

Deeks who told you this??

He was paid from the same subvention that Fenwick is meant to be paid from

Football doesn't belong to the people... well yes!

The land don't belong to the people. The slave masters own it. So if you watch it good, this slave rebellion not making sense.  :banginghead:

f**k outta here Ferguson

Raj. Show your Fatima colours nah man.

Nitendo Vinces!

taking a ban might be the only way to get to the bottom of the corruption and mismanagement of the previous administration.

Otherwise everything will be swept under the rug and more of the same will prevail.

Look at it this way. We might as well have been banned the last five years because we have not one damn thing to show. Bet yuh players will still get to go India and Guatemala regardless and local football can continue with empty stadiums. A ban ent doing one shit that we ent do to weself.

Football / Re: Kits Thread.
« on: May 16, 2020, 03:58:49 PM »
Don't fall for these disgusting Trinis with an agenda. They counting on ignorance and apathy.

Football / Re: Kits Thread.
« on: May 16, 2020, 03:53:51 PM »
Azzurri. Why is that scary!? The kit supplier is taking all the risk and providing all the Kit.

Top level professional clubs will traditionally receive an annual fee and then 10-15% of the revenue the kit manufacturer generates from shirt sales.

Football / Re: Griffith: No billion-dollar sports complex
« on: May 09, 2020, 07:41:58 AM »
This is the one up Long Circular Road I believe

One set of people who should know better making a set of arguments from ignorance like this Urling character.

Steups. We cannot get ban for winning the CAS case  :banginghead:

Jus the fact that Urling is ok with that shows me the lack of character endemic in the Caribbean. Like moonilal writing letter to the US. steups.


“Could Mr Wallace not have fixed this problem quietly, quickly and peacefully in order to save any embarrassment to (the) FIFA president, the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, the Minister of Sport and the former president of TTFA who attended the official opening of the Hotel?”
Suite continued, adding: “It’s the last straw that breaks the camel’s back.”

Yes Arthur. You identify the real victims in all of this. Brilliant.

Steups, fack outta here with this garbage

And no football playing right now whatsoever. Not even a lime kicking. When before we had women's qualifying urgently and men's on the horizon.

Look how these people just abdicating their sovereign duty before you could even say yes massa. Shame on Shamfa.

I done in truth yes.

Andre Baptiste is a real snake boy.

Where all these players was these last five years.

I feel I with maxg yes. Good luck and Godspeed.

When is the next FIFA elections, and who are the candidates?

You feel this thing is joke? Infantino ran unopposed last June.
He in office until 2023.... or more like whenever he get pried out like his successors.

maxg is nothing less than war!

You feel Fifa coming to take prisoners? It not in their best interests to leave anybody of the past admin alive (relevant)
In case you missed it this was a root and branch action.

This thing goes beyond the boundary.

When I reference investigation I do not mean the normalization committee. I mean the investigation that Wallace and them initiated into the home of football and the financial malpractice of the previous administration. We need to follow that to the end to unravel all this FIFA corruption
We on the same page

Boy I could see it now. Now that the debt erase we still need the normalization committee to put financial measures and best practices in place.

Wallace and them need to follow this investigation all the way through no matter what the consequences. That is the only way.

Brian Williams work for DJW for umpteen years you have to remember.

I really shame of my fellow countrymen. So called patriots

Football / Re: Jose Mourinho Thread
« on: March 31, 2020, 09:34:08 AM »
Mesut Ozil over Messi, well yes, Jose bad minded boy.

It's people he has coached  ::)

Andre Baptiste take that drivel and shove it.
Ain't nobody swallowing that tripe

Fear and self-preservation could be a guiding principle too

Tyril Patrick turns down the position as temporary head of TTFA.

Interesting turn of events. Maybe he have some principles.

Fellow forumites please take a read of a letter/ communique on wired 868  that was sent to Fifa and  pre dates Fifa's supposed takeover of Tffa , you all can draw your own conclusions after reading!   

They bounce they head ah tell allyuh. Give dem jam!!

Here nah it have some real yellow belly in Trinidad. If we fight back against Fifa. What they go do? Ban we from international ball? Well, it have no ball playing for the near future.

Ah next thing is under the last admin we ent play no woman football, we ent participate in Olympic qualifiers, we club teams ent participate in concacaf tournaments. We national team ent play any home games. We might as well didn't play no games at all as far as I concerned and DJW and dem still get 20 votes in the election! What??!!

Now allyuh fraid to band allyuh belly. Newsflash: We been in a famine.

FIFA ‘too big’
CAS not the way to go, says Pro League

Mar 19, 2020

The TT Pro League, a board member of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association, yesterday issued a statement that it was not in support of the Association fighting world football governing body FIFA in the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

“We have instructed our representative on the former TTFA Board, Mr. Brent Sancho, that the TT Pro League will not support any move by the former administration to engage in any legal battle against FIFA over their removal from office,” the release, which came late yesterday, said.

The TT Pro League Board is comprised of 11 professional clubs making up the local professional league. Sancho, who is also the owner of Central FC, confirmed the position taken.

“We had a conference call today and the decision was taken,” Sancho said. “We felt that it was not the right decision to go, in terms of going to CAS,” Sancho said.

Trinidad Express checks found that some of the clubs had indeed taken such a position while at least one, Point Fortin Civic, were unaware of such.

“I was not aware of that decision,” stated Civic director Gareston Craig. “I do not know when that meeting took place.”

At least four of the clubs confirmed that they were part of the decision. One official of a prominent club, who wished to remain anonymous, stated that the Pro League had run football independently for 18 years and it had nothing to do with TTFA. As an independent operation, he said, their focus was on developing football without engaging in mudslinging.

Further, the League Board stated that it accepted FIFA’s intervention.

“The Board of the TT Pro League has unanimously accepted the decision by FIFA to establish a Normalisation Committee to steer the financial and statutory affairs of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association.

As a football company who have (sic) invested over two hundred million dollars into the national economy over the last 18 years, the TT Pro League stands ready to work alongside the Ministry of Sport and the FIFA appointed Normalisation Committee for the continued development of the game.

“At a time when the dreaded coronavirus is taking its toll on the health and economic welfare of the country, on the request of the Minister of Sport, we are sending a proposal by March 31st for rebranding the professional league, use of community fields and developing a proposal for a partnership with FIFA, the Ministry of Sport and Corporate Trinidad and Tobago.

“While we cannot pre-empt any selection by FIFA, we would like to see the Normalisation Committee comprise of (sic) credible non-partisan persons from the local legal, sporting and business sectors. We at the Pro League feel the time for mudslinging, character assassination and egotism in our football must be replaced with a greater resolve to collectively address the challenges ahead.”

The crabs done start to act up.
Pro league say they not supporting any action to fight FIFA decision and ready to work with normalization committee.

So far only Point Fortin Civic Center say they wasn't aware of no Pro League board vote.

Ah setta kiss me arse Uncle Tom's in T&T

Solidarity needed. Now more than ever!!

We ent taking this one lying down at all.

DJW, nasty man Selby and FIFA and dem extend theyself too much with this one. We ent taking that so!  :cursing:

They bounce they head bad

Football / Re: Petition for reinstating TTFA
« on: March 18, 2020, 07:05:06 PM »
Thank you raj

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