The T&T Football Association has been disbanded as football’s world governing body FIFA has appointed a normalization committee to run the daily affairs of football in this country.
A FIFA statement read on Tuesday, “The decision follows the recent FIFA/Concacaf fact-finding mission to Trinidad and Tobago to assess, together with an independent auditor, the financial situation of TTFA.
Darren Bravo is back as T&T Red Force captain returning to the regional 4-day squad for the 8th round of matches.
The Red Force will host the Windward Islands Volcanoes looking to take its momentum from the 147-run victory against Barbados pride into this match.
Several West Indies stars including Jason Holder, Alzarri Joseph and Shimron Hetmyer are all back in the tournament.
The match is being played at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy.
Another Indian Premier League (IPL) team has taken up control of a Caribbean Premier League (CPL) franchise with the announcement yesterday that the King's XI Punjab has taken control of the St. Lucia Zouks.
This was revealed by Chief Operations Officer (COO) of CPL Pete Russell at the Sandals Grande St. Lucia Resort and Spa in Gros Islet. King's XI Punjab which has played every edition of the 11 IPL seasons will now follow in the footsteps of the owners of the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) who purchased the T&T Red Steel three years ago.
Since coming into office with overwhelming public support the ‘United TTFA’ (T&T Football Association), led by William Wallace, has set about to satisfy the technical requirements that are expected to move T&T football instantly and eventually into the future but at what price or consequences?