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Wednesday, 22 November 2017 17:55

TTFA Warns Clubs On Compliance

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The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association is calling on its members to get their act together and become compliant, as required by CONCACAF and FIFA.

The TTFA has called a meeting for November 25th, hoping members will attend and seriously address the issue of compliance.

Kent Fuentes has more.

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