Mark Ramdeen

FLASHBACK: ESPN Soccer analyst Shaka Hislop congratulates Mark Ramdeen, Naparima College and Secondary School Football League (SSFL) male player of 2018, during the awards function at the Couva/Point Lisas Chamber of Commerce building, Couva, earlier this year.

--Photo: STEPHEN DOOBAY 

ESPN commentator and former Trinidad and Tobago goalkeeper Shaka Hislop is among several former players who are calling for president of the T&T Football Association (TTFA) David John-Williams to resign.

Another former goalie Kelvin Jack and former women’s team captain Maylee Attin-Johnson have also asked John-Williams, who was elected president in 2015, to step down.

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