FIFA president Gianni Infantino did not mention TT football when he spoke about the suspension or expulsion of a member at the 70th FIFA Congress, on Friday.
Infantino in his brief comment on the topic said, "There is nothing that falls into this agenda item which is obviously good news."
Robert Hadad, head of the FIFA-appointed normalisation committee, which replaced the William Wallace-led TT Football Association (TTFA) in March, told Newsday on Thursday he was not sure if FIFA would decide on Friday whether or not they will suspend TT from all FIFA-organised internationals and competitions.
Wallace is the head of the United TTFA team that successfully challenged for leadership of the TTFA in November 2019.
Wallace and his vice-presidents Clynt Taylor, Susan Joseph-Warrick and Joseph Sam Phillip, are challenging FIFA’s decision, on March 17, to remove the TTFA executive from office and install a normalisation committee.
FIFA, on August 26, gave the United TTFA a deadline of September 16 to withdraw their case from the High Court and have it heard at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), or face disciplinary action (either a ban or suspension) at the FIFA Congress.
Wallace, on Tuesday, was adamant that the United TTFA was not backing down from their legal battle against FIFA.