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 PRESIDENT David John- Williams (AG)
 SECRETARY Justin Latapy
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TRINIDAD AND Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams has been convinced to support FIFA presidential candidate Gianni Infantino after meeting him at the TTFA office, Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo on Wednesday.

Read more: Infantino has TTFA support for president

Dexter Skeene, the chief executive officer (CEO) of the T&T Pro League was named chairman of the Technical Committee by David John-Williams, the President of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) on Wednesday.

Read more: Skeene heads TTFA technical committee

The English Football Association have just appointed Baroness Sue Campbell as their new head of women’s football. Now I have a lot of time for Sue, who has been one of the most formidable, influential and successful females in British sport.

Read more: Alan Hubbard: Where are the young lions of sport governance?

NOW THAT the plight of the family of former president of the then Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) — now TT Football Association (TTFA) — Oliver Camps has been brought to the attention of the public and to the powers that be, the matter must be looked into comprehensively and urgently with a view to some sort of resolution.

Read more: Ollie should not suffer

Newly appointed head coach for the Women’s national team Richard Hood says he’s ready to take on the challenge of leading this country in the upcoming CONCACAF Final Round of Olympic qualification in the United States next month.

Read more: Hood ready for women’s challenge

Oliver Camps, former president of the then-Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF), is in immediate danger of losing his home as well as other assets to satisfy an approximate TT$3.8million debt owed to ex-Soca Warriors coach Wilhelmus Rijsbergen.

Read more: Camps’ daughter pleads for help