For the TT Pro League, football’s enormous popularity in an age of fingertip access to the world represents an almost insurmountable challenge. As is to be expected, CEO Dexter Skeene remains confident that the key stakeholders—from the executive level of the League to the individual clubs—have what it takes to survive an extremely challenging economic period.
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Former T&T and West Indies wicketkeeper Andy Ganteaume will be remembered for being an inspiration and leader to his family and former teammates. Ganteaume, who passed away on Wednesday at age 95, was laid to rest at the Holy Trinity Cathedral on Abercromby Street in Port-of-Spain, yesterday.
The more things are supposed to change, the more they so often stay the same.
Gianni Infantino’s election as the new President of FIFA was supposed to hail the beginning of a new dawn; the start of a new, corruption-free era where the bribery and deceit of the previous regime is banished to the past.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Women had their Rio Olympic Games aspirations ended on Friday night as Alex Morgan netted a hattrick to lead the United States to a 5-0 victory in CONCACAF Olympic semifinal round qualifying at the BBVA Compass Stadium.
TT PRO League CEO (Chief Executive Officer) Dexter Skeene says fear not, the economic downturn will not destroy the Pro League.
The Asian Football Confederation today reiterated its support for its leader, Shaikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al Khalifa, in his bid for the FIFA Presidency following a meeting in Kuala Lumpur.