TTFA’s NFC symposium a success in Tobago

The Trinidad & Tobago Football Association, National Football Committee (NFC)  held its third Symposium on the Restructuring of Football in Trinidad & Tobago on Saturday 12th October 2019 at the Works Conference Center In Scarborough, Tobago.

 Selby Browne, Chairman of the TTFA National Football Committee thanked the participants for recognizing the importance of the forum both with their attendance and the quality of contributions.

The recommendations from THA Assemblyman Jomo Pitt, Secretary for Sport and Youth, former National Coach Bertille St Clair, former assistant national coach Peter Granville and TFA Referee Department representative Mentor Baptiste were all meaningful.

The fourth Symposium on the Restructuring of Football in Trinidad & Tobago would be held on Saturday 19th October 2019 at Sangre Grande Regional Corporation Hall, located at the Corner Ramdass Street and Eastern Main Road, Opposite Scotia Bank.

The Symposium will facilitate participants from the Eastern Counties, from Toco Cumana, Balandra, Matura, Sangre Grande, Plum Mitan, Manzanilla, Mayaro and Guayaguayare

Selby Browne at the Tobago symposium. At top is Jomo Pitt addressing the audience.

Chairman Browne indicated the TTFA National Football Committee would immediately convene a workshop after the Symposiums to chart the new structure for:
* Administration
* Coaching, training and development
* Competition structure
* Pathway from youth to National Team.
* Recruitment and staffing policy

The workshop participants would be comprised of the Facilitator, Mr. L. Anthony Watkins, Panel of Moderators, Messers Deryck Murray, Keith Renaud, Elton Prescott along with strategic planners, stakeholder representatives, meaningful contributors and both local and international guests.

The TTFA extends an invitation to all Member Zone Associations, Clubs, Community Minor Leagues, Coaching Academies, footballers, coaches, referees, administrators, members of technical staff, football fans and supporters, the media and football stakeholders, to make meaningful contributions and recommendations for the development of Football in Trinidad and Tobago.