EITHER PRISONS FC or Queen’s Park will walk away with the CNG National Super League Championship title today.
|AFFILIATE||Trinidad & Tobago Football Association|
|PRESIDENT||Raymond TIM KEE (AG)|
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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.
T&T’s Soca Warriors will not be playing the Copa America play-off against Haiti in January as the confrontation between the Football Association (TTFA) and the national players heightened yesterday.
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.
The biggest fear in the T&T Professional Football League may be realised in 14 days. A large number of clubs maybe forced to cease their operations as soon as at the end of this month, if subventions from the government are not paid.
Trinidad and Tobago Soca Warriors have withdrawn their services for their next international match against Haiti.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.