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The newly-formed Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) is calling for a meeting with local football association representatives, so as to ensure there are no delays in its application for affiliation to the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association. Heeding a FIFA directive, 13 clubs from the previously-run TTFA competition formed themselves into an independent body […]

The newly-formed Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL) is calling for a meeting with local football association representatives, so as to ensure there are no delays in its application for affiliation to the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association.

Heeding a FIFA directive, 13 clubs from the previously-run TTFA competition formed themselves into an independent body – the Trinidad and Tobago Super League – and have applied for TTFA affiliate status. Several other clubs have since joined the original 13.

The Trinidad and Tobago Super League is seeking to officially become the second tier of football in Trinidad and Tobago. Formed on December 13, 2016, the Trinidad and Tobago Super League applied for TTFA membership on January 8, 2017 and the Association replied on January 25.

The TTFA has proposed a February 18 Extraordinary General Meeting at which the TTSL’s application for membership will be considered. The Association has also assigned unidentified TTFA Board members to collaborate with TTSL to ensure the League’s Constitution meets TTFA requirements.

 

 

Source: Express

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