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CLUBS IN the TT Pro League are likely to be in immediate financial trouble as there is the possibility that the monthly subventions from the Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago (SPORTT) will be reduced.

Read more: Subventions likely to be reduced

Arsène Wenger has revealed he is a lifelong fan of Bob Marley. Photograph: Boris Streubel/Getty Images

• French manager reveals he listens to reggae superstar on his way to training
• ‘He was not fabricated. I love people who do not have conventional paths’

Read more: Arsenal’s Arsène Wenger: I love Bob Marley’s music and the man that he was

Photo: Trinidad and Tobago players (from left) Mekeil Williams, Ataulla Guerra, Joevin Jones, Sheldon Bateau and Radanfah Abu Bakr look on during their penalty shoot out with Panama at the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup. (Copyright AFP 2015)

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) promised to satisfy its debt to the men’s senior national players as “soon as it was practicable” but stopped short of giving a deadline for a resolution.

Read more: TTFA vows to pay Warriors ‘as soon as practicable’; explains delay

FIFA’s Executive Committee has unanimously approved a set of proposals put forward by the Reform Committee, including restricting the President to a maximum 12-year term.

Read more: FIFA Executive Committee approves reform proposals

Trinidad and Tobago Soca Warriors have withdrawn their services for their next international match against Haiti. The team was carded to participate in the Copa América Centenario Berth match, scheduled for January 8, at the Estadio Rommel Fernandez in Panama City, Panama.

Read more: No pay, no play as Warriors out Haiti game

FIFA vice-presidents Alfredo Hawit of Honduras and Juan Angel Napout of Paraguay, both arrested in Zurich this morning, are among 16 officials indicted by the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) on corruption charges, Attorney General Loretta Lynch confirmed today.

Read more: Two FIFA vice-presidents arrested in Zurich among 16 indicted by United States Department of Justice

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