FC Santa Rosa has lost its coach, Shurland David, even before the 2019 season could have been started.
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Keith Look Loy, president of the T&T Super League (TTSL) has responded to claims by his vice president Jameson Riques in this newspapers that there are plans afoot to remove him from office.
Super League clubs are seeking legal advice regarding their failed petition to have Keith Look Loy, the T&T Super League president, removed as the League's representative on the Board of Directors of the T&T Football Association.
Jameson Rigues, the first vice president of the T&T Super League has given his colleagues on the Board - Keith Look Loy, Eddie Dean, Terry Joseph, Clayton Morris and Colin Murray until today to withdraw a letter accusing him of being tardy, and offer an apology.
Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) president Keith Look Loy appears to have survived an attempt to dislodge him from the board of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA), after a petition to remove him was ruled to have failed to meet the constitutional threshold by TTSL general secretary Peter Thomas.
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Former national defender, now turn coach Shurland David is the new coach of T&T Super League champions FC Santa Rosa. He was unveiled to the media at a press conference at the Arima Town Hall yesterday on a one-year contract, officially replacing Derek King who led the team to the super league title for a second time in 2018, before moving on to HFX Wanderers FC in the Canadian Premier League.
Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) outfit San Fernando Giants have asked for another 24 hours to consider their position on president Keith Look Loy’s role on the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s board of directors.
A few weeks ago, there was an interview in the Sunday Guardian where a member of the T&T Football Association (TTFA) general council and former national coach was speaking about the state of football in T&T; more specifically, with reference to the performance of the president of the TTFA David John-Williams, and he was quick to note that he was a friend of his and one of his campaign managers for the 2015 TTFA elections. I suppose he was trying to convince us that the interview ought to be impartial.
"Non-compliant clubs in the T&TSL can vote" so said David John-Williams, president of the T&T Football Association and Jameson Rigues, vice president of the T&T Super League.