Fifa has withdrawn from proposed mediation talks with the United Trinidad and Tobago Football Association, TTFA.

It’s blaming the decision on the ‘failure’ of the latter’s attorneys to keep the matter confidential’.

For the first time since March 17, Fifa suggested that it was ready to talk to besieged TTFA president William Wallace and his vice-presidents Clynt Taylor, Susan Joseph-Warrick and Sam Philip.

Fifa is headed by president Gianni Infantino, who also leads the Bureau of the Fifa Council.

On March 17, the Bureau voted to replace Wallace and other elected officials with a normalization committee, led by businessman Robert Hadad.