What should William Wallace be doing now that he is new TTFA boss?

By November 25, 2019

William Wallace is the new president of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) after he unseated controversial former boss, David John-Williams in an election at the weekend. The question is, what next?

 

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