FIFA vice president Austin Jack Warner (left) and TTFF president Oliver Camps ( right) had to play second fiddle to two of the new powers in local football, Hema Ramkissoon (second left) and Nataki Kerr. The quartet was present at Friday's announcement for the upcoming launch of the 2010 FIFA Under-17 Women's World Cup (U-17 WWC) emblem at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. (Photo courtesy TTFF)
Pointing to the members of the head table at the function, Warner made note of the fact that there were three women, Hema Ramkissoon (TTFF Media Manager), Nataki Kerr (Deputy CEO and Director of Marketing of the Local Organising Committee for the Under-17 WWC) and Rehana Omardeen, (member of the under-17 team) and two men, Warner and TTFF President Oliver Camps.
"This launch is not about the TTFF
, Mr Warner, Nataki or even the Under-17
team, it is about Trinidad and Tobago
, it is about our legacy and what we have to showcase to the world," Ramkissoon