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Chief Executive Officer

Pro League

Employment History

  • Chief Executive Officer
    TT Pro League
  • Chief Executive Officer
    Trinidad and Tobago Pro League
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PRO LEAGUE CEO: Dexter ..., 1 Dec 2015 [cached]
PRO LEAGUE CEO: Dexter Skeene
Dexter Skeene, chief executive officer of the Trinidad and Tobago Pro League (TTPL), is looking forward to continue working with the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA), which is now led by newly elected president David John-Williams, in improving the standard of local football with the focus on helping T&T qualify for World Cups on a regular basis.
"The TT Pro League has always maintained a cordial relationship with the TTFA and we expect it to continue," Skeene stated. "The League wishes to thank all those who contributed in the past." At Sunday's TTFA AGM, Skeene (TT Pro League) was installed as a TTFA board member along with Samuel Saunders (Central FA), Sherwyn Dyer (Eastern Counties Football Union), Karanjabari Williams (Northern FA), Richard Quan Chan (Southern FA), Anthony Moore (Tobago FA), Joseph Taylor (T&T Football Referees Association and Sharon O'Brien (Women's League Football).
Youth League, 5 Aug 2015 [cached]
T&T Pro League chief executive officer, Dexter Skeene applauded Malta Carib for coming on board as a major sponsor of the youth competitions. Skeene added, "Malta Carib understands that youth leagues like this are critical in the development process if we are to produce players who are capable of performing creditably at international level.
Interviewed at Central's Ato Boldon ..., 30 April 2015 [cached]
Interviewed at Central's Ato Boldon Stadium coronation on Tuesday, Dexter Skeene, the chief executive officer of the Pro League, admitted the former champions are still owed a significant part of last season's winnings. Given that they have won another $300,000 this season, W Connection are now owed a total one million by the Pro League. "W Connection have received a part of the million dollar prize," Skeene said.
Skeene said W Connection had gotten part payment from its other revenue sources, but credited Government red tape in releasing the Pro League's promised subvention as the main reason for the payment delay. However, he said that as a limited liability company, all clubs agreed to do what was right for the overall benefit of the Pro League , including making sacrifices. "Defence Force also had to wait a while to get their prize," Skeene stated. "We are now awaiting the subvention for 2013-2014 from the Ministry (of Sport). We have gotten a small fraction of the 2013-2014 subvention, and we as well have an allocation for 2014-2015 approved as well by Cabinet. "All together it is $6.5 million. We have been promised a certain amount for 2013-2014 which is in the sum of $3.25 million. They have told us soon," Skeene said. Skeene further pointed out that since the Pro League was a limited liability company, clubs are the owners, and make decision on revenue and expenditure. "The clubs are owners of the (Pro) League. When the Board meets, which is a member from all the clubs, we sit down and decide how the finances and expenditure are handled," Skeene said.
(From left to right) Wendy's ..., 14 Feb 2014 [cached]
(From left to right) Wendy's Melita Sharma, Point Fortin Civic's Marcus Joseph, W Connection's Joevin Jones and coach Stuart Charles Fevrier, Blue Waters' Cassia Precilla, Point Fortin Civic coach Reynold Carrington and Pro League CEO Dexter Skeene
Blue Waters January Coach of the Month Reynold Carrington of Point Fortin Civic (centre) is flanked by Blue Waters Communications Officer Cassia Precilla (left) and TT Pro League CEO Dexter Skeene.
W Connection head coach Stuart Charles Fevrier (centre) proudly displays his Blue Waters November/December Coach of the Month award. He is flanked by Blue Waters Communications Officer Cassia Precilla (left) and TT Pro League CEO Dexter Skeene.
Pro and Super League teams clash in Toyota Classic | Wired868, 31 Oct 2013 [cached]
Pro League CEO, Dexter Skeene, says the Toyota Classic is a critical part of the League's calendar. The competition's first prize is $50,000 while the runner-up will pocket $20,000.
"In addition to being a unique tournament which encompasses the Super League clubs, it provides a gauge as to the development of the clubs," said Skeene, "as well as offering synergies and development of the working relationship between the League and the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association."
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