Soca Warriors Online Discussion Forum

Sports => Football => Topic started by: FireBrand on June 30, 2007, 07:49:46 AM

Title: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: FireBrand on June 30, 2007, 07:49:46 AM
Radanfah Abu Bakr is back       
By Randy Bando (ttproleague.com).


Former Caledonia AIA defender Radanfah Abu Bakr is back in Trinidad on vacation and the possibility exists that the 20 year old may join up with a Pro League club.
Radanfah a student of the Kingston University in London has returned home on a four month break from school and has one more year to complete his degree in Business Management at the English university.
His brother and former manager of Caledonia AIA, Ayinde Abu Bakr explained to 'ttproleague.com' on Friday that Radanfah just wants to continue playing football.
"Radanfah is on a break from school and he is back at home. He wants to play football while he is here," said Ayinde.
The lanky defender has a number of offers on the table according to his big brother, "We are still awaiting word from Superstar Rangers and what they have to offer. We are also looking at San Juan Jabloteh, but things there seem very unlikely because of their serious contractual agreements and of course the door is always open at Caledonia. So we would wait and see how it goes within the next week," continued the former Caledonia manager.
Radanfah a former T&T U-20 captain last played competitive football against Jamaica in the second leg match of the U-20 World Cup qualifiers which they won but the young national team lost out 2-1 on aggregate.
He suffered a groin injury in that match which kept him off the field since then, but according to Ayinde, the towering defender is fit and ready to train after undergoing rehabilitation.
His injury has also kept him away from representing Kingston University last season in the University League of England.
Radanfah is scheduled to leave for England in mid-October to begin his final year at Kingston University.
He last played for his former club, Caledonia AIA back in October of 2006. The Club finished fourth in the League that year and is currently on top of the league standings this season.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: SHOTTA on July 02, 2007, 09:20:53 AM
I WISH MY SUMMER JOB COULD HAVE BEEN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALLER

a cut above the rest i feel he coming to current league leaders calidonia

shelly pollard randanfur

boy nnutttin aint pasing in the back i seeing a string of clean sheets in the near future ;D ;D
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: Bally on August 10, 2009, 08:49:48 PM
Radanfah Abu Bakr  ahh like this fella I belieave deep down that hes going to be star watch an see. I see people crying him down but those same people would eat there words.

Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: Rastaman on August 11, 2009, 08:21:24 AM
Radanfah Abu Bakr  ahh like this fella I belieave deep down that hes going to be star watch an see. I see people crying him down but those same people would eat there words.


I tend to agree with this statement.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: frico on August 11, 2009, 09:13:37 AM
Radanfah Abu Bakr seems to be a very rich boy coz it cost foreign students  at least 15,000 per year,the FEES alone could be 9,000 a year.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: lefty on August 11, 2009, 09:17:13 AM
Radanfah Abu Bakr seems to be a very rich boy coz it cost foreign students  at least 15,000 per year,the FEES alone could be 9,000 a year.

 :-X
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: Andre on August 11, 2009, 01:20:37 PM
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.

(http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/images/2005/07/20050727130118yasinabubakr203.jpg)
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: palos on August 11, 2009, 01:21:48 PM
Radanfah Abu Bakr seems to be a very rich boy coz it cost foreign students  at least 15,000 per year,the FEES alone could be 9,000 a year.

Your point being?
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: palos on August 11, 2009, 01:22:16 PM
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.

(http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/images/2005/07/20050727130118yasinabubakr203.jpg)

De son must pay fuh de sins of de faddah?
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: vb on August 11, 2009, 01:25:26 PM
Radanfah Abu Bakr is back       
By Randy Bando (ttproleague.com).


Former Caledonia AIA defender Radanfah Abu Bakr is back in Trinidad on vacation and the possibility exists that the 20 year old may join up with a Pro League club.
Radanfah a student of the Kingston University in London has returned home on a four month break from school and has one more year to complete his degree in Business Management at the English university.
His brother and former manager of Caledonia AIA, Ayinde Abu Bakr explained to 'ttproleague.com' on Friday that Radanfah just wants to continue playing football.
"Radanfah is on a break from school and he is back at home. He wants to play football while he is here," said Ayinde.
The lanky defender has a number of offers on the table according to his big brother, "We are still awaiting word from Superstar Rangers and what they have to offer. We are also looking at San Juan Jabloteh, but things there seem very unlikely because of their serious contractual agreements and of course the door is always open at Caledonia. So we would wait and see how it goes within the next week," continued the former Caledonia manager.
Radanfah a former T&T U-20 captain last played competitive football against Jamaica in the second leg match of the U-20 World Cup qualifiers which they won but the young national team lost out 2-1 on aggregate.
He suffered a groin injury in that match which kept him off the field since then, but according to Ayinde, the towering defender is fit and ready to train after undergoing rehabilitation.

His injury has also kept him away from representing Kingston University last season in the University League of England.
Radanfah is scheduled to leave for England in mid-October to begin his final year at Kingston University.
He last played for his former club, Caledonia AIA back in October of 2006. The Club finished fourth in the League that year and is currently on top of the league standings this season.


Didn't he start vs Mexico at the Azteca?
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: vb on August 11, 2009, 01:25:50 PM
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.

(http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/images/2005/07/20050727130118yasinabubakr203.jpg)

De son must pay fuh de sins of de faddah?

And de ass must keep quiet.

VB
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: FF on August 11, 2009, 01:26:03 PM
De son must pay fuh de sins of de faddah?


nah because.... is de faddah sins paying for de son
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: FF on August 11, 2009, 01:28:15 PM
Radanfah Abu Bakr is back       
By Randy Bando (ttproleague.com).


Former Caledonia AIA defender Radanfah Abu Bakr is back in Trinidad on vacation and the possibility exists that the 20 year old may join up with a Pro League club.
Radanfah a student of the Kingston University in London has returned home on a four month break from school and has one more year to complete his degree in Business Management at the English university.
His brother and former manager of Caledonia AIA, Ayinde Abu Bakr explained to 'ttproleague.com' on Friday that Radanfah just wants to continue playing football.
"Radanfah is on a break from school and he is back at home. He wants to play football while he is here," said Ayinde.
The lanky defender has a number of offers on the table according to his big brother, "We are still awaiting word from Superstar Rangers and what they have to offer. We are also looking at San Juan Jabloteh, but things there seem very unlikely because of their serious contractual agreements and of course the door is always open at Caledonia. So we would wait and see how it goes within the next week," continued the former Caledonia manager.
Radanfah a former T&T U-20 captain last played competitive football against Jamaica in the second leg match of the U-20 World Cup qualifiers which they won but the young national team lost out 2-1 on aggregate.
He suffered a groin injury in that match which kept him off the field since then, but according to Ayinde, the towering defender is fit and ready to train after undergoing rehabilitation.

His injury has also kept him away from representing Kingston University last season in the University League of England.
Radanfah is scheduled to leave for England in mid-October to begin his final year at Kingston University.
He last played for his former club, Caledonia AIA back in October of 2006. The Club finished fourth in the League that year and is currently on top of the league standings this season.


Didn't he start vs Mexico at the Azteca?


VB you want dat davyjenny 2009 real real bad....
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: STEUPS!! on August 11, 2009, 01:31:28 PM
De son must pay fuh de sins of de faddah?


nah because.... is de faddah sins paying for de son
[/b]

yuh win wid dat one padnah!
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: STEUPS!! on August 11, 2009, 01:32:49 PM
Radanfah Abu Bakr  ahh like this fella I belieave deep down that hes going to be star watch an see. I see people crying him down but those same people would eat there words.


I tend to agree with this statement.

i also like bakr. he jus need a lil moulding an he go be good to go
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: weary1969 on August 11, 2009, 01:36:40 PM
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.

(http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/images/2005/07/20050727130118yasinabubakr203.jpg)

De son must pay fuh de sins of de faddah?

D sins of d parents will b paid to d 3rd and 4th generation
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: vb on August 11, 2009, 01:46:20 PM
Radanfah Abu Bakr is back       
By Randy Bando (ttproleague.com).


Former Caledonia AIA defender Radanfah Abu Bakr is back in Trinidad on vacation and the possibility exists that the 20 year old may join up with a Pro League club.
Radanfah a student of the Kingston University in London has returned home on a four month break from school and has one more year to complete his degree in Business Management at the English university.
His brother and former manager of Caledonia AIA, Ayinde Abu Bakr explained to 'ttproleague.com' on Friday that Radanfah just wants to continue playing football.
"Radanfah is on a break from school and he is back at home. He wants to play football while he is here," said Ayinde.
The lanky defender has a number of offers on the table according to his big brother, "We are still awaiting word from Superstar Rangers and what they have to offer. We are also looking at San Juan Jabloteh, but things there seem very unlikely because of their serious contractual agreements and of course the door is always open at Caledonia. So we would wait and see how it goes within the next week," continued the former Caledonia manager.
Radanfah a former T&T U-20 captain last played competitive football against Jamaica in the second leg match of the U-20 World Cup qualifiers which they won but the young national team lost out 2-1 on aggregate.
He suffered a groin injury in that match which kept him off the field since then, but according to Ayinde, the towering defender is fit and ready to train after undergoing rehabilitation.

His injury has also kept him away from representing Kingston University last season in the University League of England.
Radanfah is scheduled to leave for England in mid-October to begin his final year at Kingston University.
He last played for his former club, Caledonia AIA back in October of 2006. The Club finished fourth in the League that year and is currently on top of the league standings this season.


Didn't he start vs Mexico at the Azteca?


VB you want dat davyjenny 2009 real real bad....

Maybe I should get it. He played against J'ca in the U 20 qualifier in 2006.
He played vs Mexico this year in JUne.

So you tell which his last game was.

VB
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: palos on August 11, 2009, 01:47:01 PM
Radanfah Abu Bakr is back       
By Randy Bando (ttproleague.com).


Former Caledonia AIA defender Radanfah Abu Bakr is back in Trinidad on vacation and the possibility exists that the 20 year old may join up with a Pro League club.
Radanfah a student of the Kingston University in London has returned home on a four month break from school and has one more year to complete his degree in Business Management at the English university.
His brother and former manager of Caledonia AIA, Ayinde Abu Bakr explained to 'ttproleague.com' on Friday that Radanfah just wants to continue playing football.
"Radanfah is on a break from school and he is back at home. He wants to play football while he is here," said Ayinde.
The lanky defender has a number of offers on the table according to his big brother, "We are still awaiting word from Superstar Rangers and what they have to offer. We are also looking at San Juan Jabloteh, but things there seem very unlikely because of their serious contractual agreements and of course the door is always open at Caledonia. So we would wait and see how it goes within the next week," continued the former Caledonia manager.
Radanfah a former T&T U-20 captain last played competitive football against Jamaica in the second leg match of the U-20 World Cup qualifiers which they won but the young national team lost out 2-1 on aggregate.
He suffered a groin injury in that match which kept him off the field since then, but according to Ayinde, the towering defender is fit and ready to train after undergoing rehabilitation.

His injury has also kept him away from representing Kingston University last season in the University League of England.
Radanfah is scheduled to leave for England in mid-October to begin his final year at Kingston University.
He last played for his former club, Caledonia AIA back in October of 2006. The Club finished fourth in the League that year and is currently on top of the league standings this season.


Didn't he start vs Mexico at the Azteca?


VB you want dat davyjenny 2009 real real bad....

Allyuh leff meh padnah vb alone nah man.... 8)

And you self...yuh highlight de part bout Bakr last playin against Jamaica but doh highlight de date of de article.

Allyuh doh like nobody nah... 8)
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: vb on August 11, 2009, 01:47:51 PM
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.

(http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/images/2005/07/20050727130118yasinabubakr203.jpg)

De son must pay fuh de sins of de faddah?

D sins of d parents will b paid to d 3rd and 4th generation

So if allyuh faddah go and kill and rape when you were toddlers, I should blame you all for it right.

But maybe your parents were saints so it eh matter.

VB
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: Daft Trini on August 11, 2009, 01:48:48 PM
Is he considered to have Terrorist ties? That would suck....
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: vb on August 11, 2009, 01:49:02 PM
Radanfah Abu Bakr is back       
By Randy Bando (ttproleague.com).


Former Caledonia AIA defender Radanfah Abu Bakr is back in Trinidad on vacation and the possibility exists that the 20 year old may join up with a Pro League club.
Radanfah a student of the Kingston University in London has returned home on a four month break from school and has one more year to complete his degree in Business Management at the English university.
His brother and former manager of Caledonia AIA, Ayinde Abu Bakr explained to 'ttproleague.com' on Friday that Radanfah just wants to continue playing football.
"Radanfah is on a break from school and he is back at home. He wants to play football while he is here," said Ayinde.
The lanky defender has a number of offers on the table according to his big brother, "We are still awaiting word from Superstar Rangers and what they have to offer. We are also looking at San Juan Jabloteh, but things there seem very unlikely because of their serious contractual agreements and of course the door is always open at Caledonia. So we would wait and see how it goes within the next week," continued the former Caledonia manager.
Radanfah a former T&T U-20 captain last played competitive football against Jamaica in the second leg match of the U-20 World Cup qualifiers which they won but the young national team lost out 2-1 on aggregate.
He suffered a groin injury in that match which kept him off the field since then, but according to Ayinde, the towering defender is fit and ready to train after undergoing rehabilitation.

His injury has also kept him away from representing Kingston University last season in the University League of England.
Radanfah is scheduled to leave for England in mid-October to begin his final year at Kingston University.
He last played for his former club, Caledonia AIA back in October of 2006. The Club finished fourth in the League that year and is currently on top of the league standings this season.


Didn't he start vs Mexico at the Azteca?


VB you want dat davyjenny 2009 real real bad....

Allyuh leff meh padnah vb alone nah man.... 8)

And you self...yuh highlight de part bout Bakr last playin against Jamaica but doh highlight de date of de article.

Allyuh doh like nobody nah... 8)
:rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

Just give me de Dave Jenny and done.

DJ ah sorry boy, I take over.  :devil: :beermug: :rotfl:
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: weary1969 on August 11, 2009, 02:11:34 PM
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.

(http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/images/2005/07/20050727130118yasinabubakr203.jpg)

De son must pay fuh de sins of de faddah?

D sins of d parents will b paid to d 3rd and 4th generation

So if allyuh faddah go and kill and rape when you were toddlers, I should blame you all for it right.

But maybe your parents were saints so it eh matter.

VB

Brudder take up your grouse wit God. Dat is what d bible say. If yuh eh believe d bible dat is your right.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: vb on August 11, 2009, 02:38:51 PM
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.

(http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/images/2005/07/20050727130118yasinabubakr203.jpg)

De son must pay fuh de sins of de faddah?

D sins of d parents will b paid to d 3rd and 4th generation

So if allyuh faddah go and kill and rape when you were toddlers, I should blame you all for it right.

But maybe your parents were saints so it eh matter.

VB

Brudder take up your grouse wit God. Dat is what d bible say. If yuh eh believe d bible dat is your right.

The same bible that talk about casting the first stone?
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: weary1969 on August 11, 2009, 02:41:31 PM
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.

(http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/images/2005/07/20050727130118yasinabubakr203.jpg)

De son must pay fuh de sins of de faddah?

D sins of d parents will b paid to d 3rd and 4th generation

So if allyuh faddah go and kill and rape when you were toddlers, I should blame you all for it right.

But maybe your parents were saints so it eh matter.

VB

Brudder take up your grouse wit God. Dat is what d bible say. If yuh eh believe d bible dat is your right.

The same bible that talk about casting the first stone?

Yes d statement was made in d old testament but we are now under Grace thus Abu son could play 4 d national team.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: Themanfriday on August 11, 2009, 02:43:44 PM
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.

(http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/images/2005/07/20050727130118yasinabubakr203.jpg)

De son must pay fuh de sins of de faddah?

D sins of d parents will b paid to d 3rd and 4th generation

So if allyuh faddah go and kill and rape when you were toddlers, I should blame you all for it right.

But maybe your parents were saints so it eh matter.

VB

Brudder take up your grouse wit God. Dat is what d bible say. If yuh eh believe d bible dat is your right.

The same bible that talk about casting the first stone?

Yes d statement was made in d old testament but we are now under Grace thus Abu son could play 4 d national team.

Weary yuh surprise meh dey. Nice answer. I watching this go through. Ah have meh pop corn in hand. Duh worry I go reffree good.

NEXT

Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: weary1969 on August 11, 2009, 02:48:46 PM
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.

(http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/images/2005/07/20050727130118yasinabubakr203.jpg)

De son must pay fuh de sins of de faddah?

D sins of d parents will b paid to d 3rd and 4th generation

So if allyuh faddah go and kill and rape when you were toddlers, I should blame you all for it right.

But maybe your parents were saints so it eh matter.

VB

Brudder take up your grouse wit God. Dat is what d bible say. If yuh eh believe d bible dat is your right.

The same bible that talk about casting the first stone?

Yes d statement was made in d old testament but we are now under Grace thus Abu son could play 4 d national team.

Weary yuh surprise meh dey. Nice answer. I watching this go through. Ah have meh pop corn in hand. Duh worry I go reffree good.

NEXT



I know meh bible betta than I know meh football.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: palos on August 11, 2009, 02:54:47 PM
I know meh bible betta than I know meh football.

Ahem... :whistling: :whistling: ;D
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: weary1969 on August 11, 2009, 02:58:17 PM
I know meh bible betta than I know meh football.

Ahem... :whistling: :whistling: ;D

I feel u eh believer.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: vb on August 11, 2009, 03:04:30 PM
Well I doh claim to be no Bible officiando.

However, I will not blame young Abu for what old Abu did when he was a toddler.

But can you imagine you drop Bakr Jr. and get Bakr. Sr. vex??? :o

I fraid Abu Sr. more than I fraid JW.

VB
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: weary1969 on August 11, 2009, 03:05:54 PM
Well I doh claim to be no Bible officiando.

However, I will not blame young Abu for what old Abu did when he was a toddler.

But can you imagine you drop Bakr Jr. and get Bakr. Sr. vex??? :o

I fraid Abu Sr. more than I fraid JW.

VB

LOUD STEUPS.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: vb on August 11, 2009, 03:08:53 PM
Well I doh claim to be no Bible officiando.

However, I will not blame young Abu for what old Abu did when he was a toddler.

But can you imagine you drop Bakr Jr. and get Bakr. Sr. vex??? :o

I fraid Abu Sr. more than I fraid JW.

VB

LOUD STEUPS.

You could steups when Abu Sr. vex with you??

U braver than me :o

Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: weary1969 on August 11, 2009, 03:14:48 PM
Well I doh claim to be no Bible officiando.

However, I will not blame young Abu for what old Abu did when he was a toddler.

But can you imagine you drop Bakr Jr. and get Bakr. Sr. vex??? :o

I fraid Abu Sr. more than I fraid JW.

VB

LOUD STEUPS.

You could steups when Abu Sr. vex with you??

U braver than me :o



Bullies neva fraid dem.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: Weh-it-is on August 11, 2009, 03:19:42 PM
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.

(http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/images/2005/07/20050727130118yasinabubakr203.jpg)

De son must pay fuh de sins of de faddah?

D sins of d parents will b paid to d 3rd and 4th generation

So if allyuh faddah go and kill and rape when you were toddlers, I should blame you all for it right.

But maybe your parents were saints so it eh matter.

VB

Brudder take up your grouse wit God. Dat is what d bible say. If yuh eh believe d bible dat is your right.

The same bible that talk about casting the first stone?

Yes d statement was made in d old testament but we are now under Grace thus Abu son could play 4 d national team.

Weary yuh surprise meh dey. Nice answer. I watching this go through. Ah have meh pop corn in hand. Duh worry I go reffree good.

NEXT



I know meh bible betta than I know meh football.

Ok Weary so yuh know de bible. How do one attain the wisdom from GOD?
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: vb on August 11, 2009, 03:46:48 PM
You know dis thread gone off the rails eh.

VB
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: weary1969 on August 11, 2009, 04:09:28 PM
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.

(http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/images/2005/07/20050727130118yasinabubakr203.jpg)

De son must pay fuh de sins of de faddah?

D sins of d parents will b paid to d 3rd and 4th generation

So if allyuh faddah go and kill and rape when you were toddlers, I should blame you all for it right.

But maybe your parents were saints so it eh matter.

VB

Brudder take up your grouse wit God. Dat is what d bible say. If yuh eh believe d bible dat is your right.

The same bible that talk about casting the first stone?

Yes d statement was made in d old testament but we are now under Grace thus Abu son could play 4 d national team.

Weary yuh surprise meh dey. Nice answer. I watching this go through. Ah have meh pop corn in hand. Duh worry I go reffree good.

NEXT



I know meh bible betta than I know meh football.

Ok Weary so yuh know de bible. How do one attain the wisdom from GOD?

Ask and u shall receive. Solomon could have asked 4 riches but he ask 4 wisdom and also got riches.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: weary1969 on August 11, 2009, 04:12:12 PM
You know dis thread gone off the rails eh.

VB

Dat is d norms in these here parts.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: frico on August 11, 2009, 04:44:17 PM
Radanfah Abu Bakr seems to be a very rich boy coz it cost foreign students  at least 15,000 per year,the FEES alone could be 9,000 a year.

Your point being?
  My point was where does an terrorist or ex-terrorist get that kind of money to send his son to a British University,at the end of the Degree it could be almost half a million TT $$$$$$.Five years ago I was considering a degree in St.Agustine and it was $1200 TT A term.I suppose Bakr senior has Muslim friends in high places.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: vb on August 11, 2009, 05:01:08 PM
Radanfah Abu Bakr seems to be a very rich boy coz it cost foreign students  at least 15,000 per year,the FEES alone could be 9,000 a year.

Your point being?
  My point was where does an terrorist or ex-terrorist get that kind of money to send his son to a British University,at the end of the Degree it could be almost half a million TT $$$$$$.Five years ago I was considering a degree in St.Agustine and it was $1200 TT A term.I suppose Bakr senior has Muslim friends in high places.

Is it at all possible, he won a scholarship?


VB
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: palos on August 11, 2009, 05:03:18 PM
Radanfah Abu Bakr seems to be a very rich boy coz it cost foreign students  at least 15,000 per year,the FEES alone could be 9,000 a year.

Your point being?
  My point was where does an terrorist or ex-terrorist get that kind of money to send his son to a British University,at the end of the Degree it could be almost half a million TT $$$$$$.Five years ago I was considering a degree in St.Agustine and it was $1200 TT A term.I suppose Bakr senior has Muslim friends in high places.

Well it's really no business of yours where he gets the money now is it?

Begrudge Abu Bakr senior all you want.  I certainly hold no brief for him and in fact, if he was executed back in 1990 I wouldn't have been disturbed one iota.

But his son is a totally different issue.  To de best of my knowledge his son never stage no coup.  His son never publicly call for armed insurrection.  He wasn't dey in July 1990.  His son represents T&T in football.  As far as I can see, he does so with pride, honour and commitment.  

I doh hear you wondering where Jack Warner children went to school and where he get de money from to send dem.  Some people say Jack Warner more criminal dan Abu Bakr.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: frico on August 11, 2009, 05:50:07 PM
Well palos all I really care about is Radanfah's football but when I saw that he is a student at Kingston University I just wondered how he can afford it,something I am not jealous of.Maybe people in Trinidad are not bothered because they are not aware of the cost,in England something like that would be questioned,I only light heartedly made that post and you re-acted as though you are protecting someone.
 You dont know me but you have put me down as a UNC supporter because that is exactly your angle,its the only reason you questioned me about JW and his money.Isn't JW a highly paid official in FIFA,so I would not question if his son was at a British Uni.To tell you the truth, I would not have anything to do with politics in TT because it is a big joke,I read the Express everyday and it appears that people in high places do as they like,that cant happen in England,I vote in England and not TT,I support sportsmen and women from TT,that is it,wont even go there for holidays and you can understand why.
 All the best to the boy and not for a minute would I want him to suffer because of his dad's sins,I applaud the fact that he is totally different from his dad,getting himself a solid education and playing football at the highest level,what more can anyone ask.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: palos on August 11, 2009, 05:53:07 PM
Well palos all I really care about is Radanfah's football but when I saw that he is a student at Kingston University I just wondered how he can afford it,something I am not jealous of.Maybe people in Trinidad are not bothered because they are not aware of the cost,in England something like that would be questioned,I only light heartedly made that post and you re-acted as though you are protecting someone.
 You dont know me but you have put me down as a UNC supporter because that is exactly your angle,its the only reason you questioned me about JW and his money.Isn't JW a highly paid official in FIFA,so I would not question if his son was at a British Uni.To tell you the truth, I would not have anything to do with politics in TT because it is a big joke,I read the Express everyday and it appears that people in high places do as they like,that cant happen in England,I vote in England and not TT,I support sportsmen and women from TT,that is it,wont even go there for holidays and you can understand why.
 All the best to the boy and not for a minute would I want him to suffer because of his dad's sins,I applaud the fact that he is totally different from his dad,getting himself a solid education and playing football at the highest level,what more can anyone ask.

Ah like & fully endorse yuh last paragraph.

As for u sayin I put u down as some kinda UNC supporter....I eh go even dignify dat wit a response.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: frico on August 11, 2009, 06:10:56 PM
Let me say this Palos,if say I was to come back to TTand get into politics,I definitely would not be involved with a group of people that makes up the UNC.They appear to be a mottley collection of people parading as politicians apart from one or two.I just thought you might want to know that,its all because you sort of made me a JW fan,I dislike him for some of the things he has done to our football but I respect him for what he has achieved,he got there by hard work,no doubt about that.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: palos on August 11, 2009, 06:16:09 PM
Let me say this Palos,if say I was to come back to TTand get into politics,I definitely would not be involved with a group of people that makes up the UNC.They appear to be a mottley collection of people parading as politicians apart from one or two.I just thought you might want to know that,its all because you sort of made me a JW fan,I dislike him for some of the things he has done to our football but I respect him for what he has achieved,he got there by hard work,no doubt about that.

No problem frico.  I jes eh know how u get dat I make you out to be a UNC supporter jes because I use JW as an example.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: just cool on August 11, 2009, 07:05:19 PM
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.

(http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/images/2005/07/20050727130118yasinabubakr203.jpg)

De son must pay fuh de sins of de faddah?

D sins of d parents will b paid to d 3rd and 4th generation

So if allyuh faddah go and kill and rape when you were toddlers, I should blame you all for it right.

But maybe your parents were saints so it eh matter.

VB

Brudder take up your grouse wit God. Dat is what d bible say. If yuh eh believe d bible dat is your right.

The same bible that talk about casting the first stone?

Yes d statement was made in d old testament but we are now under Grace thus Abu son could play 4 d national team.

Weary yuh surprise meh dey. Nice answer. I watching this go through. Ah have meh pop corn in hand. Duh worry I go reffree good.

NEXT



I know meh bible betta than I know meh football.
That same bible that the southern baptist puritans use tuh enslave africans for centuries BC they say we iz the decendants of ham who noah cursed and say how ham should serve he brudders till the end of time ?

the same bible that was used in the spanish inquisition that caused tens of thousands of inocent ppl tuh lose their lives ?!  the same bible that was involved in the salem witch hunts ?

the same bible that was used when the spaniards went to south and central americas and killed so many native ppl and enslave them under the pretexts of religious conversion ?

 the same bible that jim jones use tuh kill thousands ? the same bible that was used in the crusades with charlemane and richard the lion heart ? the same bible that had them killin the jews in that preiod they ruled palestine until salahudiin rescued the poor jews from slaughter?

the same bible that condemn joan of arch and many more innocent women from false witch craft accusitions. the same bible that have ppl even up till today killin homosexuals BC they say that if ah man lay wid ah man that man shall be put to death?

the same bible that cecil rhodes and them use tuh thief south africa and zimbabwe?

 listen lady! you better doh qoute that book if yuh only know what's good for yuh.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: Weh-it-is on August 12, 2009, 07:31:03 AM
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.

(http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/images/2005/07/20050727130118yasinabubakr203.jpg)

De son must pay fuh de sins of de faddah?

D sins of d parents will b paid to d 3rd and 4th generation

So if allyuh faddah go and kill and rape when you were toddlers, I should blame you all for it right.

But maybe your parents were saints so it eh matter.

VB

Brudder take up your grouse wit God. Dat is what d bible say. If yuh eh believe d bible dat is your right.

The same bible that talk about casting the first stone?

Yes d statement was made in d old testament but we are now under Grace thus Abu son could play 4 d national team.

Weary yuh surprise meh dey. Nice answer. I watching this go through. Ah have meh pop corn in hand. Duh worry I go reffree good.

NEXT



I know meh bible betta than I know meh football.

Ok Weary so yuh know de bible. How do one attain the wisdom from GOD?

Ask and u shall receive. Solomon could have asked 4 riches but he ask 4 wisdom and also got riches.

Ok great, but what was the one thing that David his father told him Solomon to do that he may receive such???
Title: abu bakr is a decent centre back
Post by: Controversial on August 12, 2009, 10:19:38 PM
ah had tuh admit the youthman could hold his own, he needs to work on his passing but its a sigh of relief and keston williams played much better than akile edwards and avery john i must admit, he needs to gel with the other backline staff but it was a good decision by latas...

spann played decent, could have played better, ive seen him overlap much better in previous games...i think samuel may replace williams, i much rather see him replace lawrence bc samuel plays well in the centre...

i also believe edwards should drop back to right back, with spann moving up to right winger, i think it will serve us alot better, spann is better at dead ball situations and also can cross better than edwards if given the chance, that switch would make us alot more fluid in transitional play.
Title: Re: abu bakr is a decent centre back
Post by: The_Ice on August 12, 2009, 11:15:18 PM
williams need to work on his fitness some more... the man was obviously bun in the 2nd half.that real let me down.he was a real beast in the 1st half then start to shit down himself in the 2nd.the el salvadorians realise that and start to take advantage of him.if he could keep up for a full international level 90+ then i think he should be able to hold down the LB spot
Title: Re: abu bakr is a decent centre back
Post by: AZZURRI on August 13, 2009, 12:33:02 AM
yeh bakr could hold his own.
good to see we giving some younger players a chance rather than the odd one or 2

they should still get Julius James and Darryl Roberts back in the fold.

Jloyd, if he eventually does play for us i think should play the stopper
Dog's time is over
lawerence running out but he doing aight still
makan, keyeno and jloyd....

they should keep at it with Williams and Edwards and some local LB;s
Title: Re: abu bakr is a decent centre back
Post by: madness on August 13, 2009, 02:13:48 AM
d back 4 needs to be more confident on the ball it looks very horrible in the second half and the midfield need to slow the game down
Title: Re: abu bakr is a decent centre back
Post by: sjahrain on August 13, 2009, 04:01:52 AM
The youth appeared nervous,then he settled in,his class will show
I think Williams will keep his spot,his fitness needs some help
Overall not bad the future looks promessing

Go Warriors.... :devil:
Title: Re: abu bakr is a decent centre back
Post by: Brownsugar on August 13, 2009, 05:12:43 AM
I was sold on him since the Mexico game....he got a baptism by fire and came out fine...he will get better as time goes by once Latapy continues to give him the opportunity to play.... :beermug:
Title: Re: abu bakr is a decent centre back
Post by: Daft Trini on August 13, 2009, 05:14:43 AM
Abu Bakr take over....
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: acb on August 13, 2009, 05:26:26 AM
back 4? .... I was wondering for most of the game if we were playing with a back 3.

The amount of width our wingbacks allow the Salvadoreans - and then our defensive mid was playing deep enough because ES #10 was pulling all the strings and dancing past defenders at will.

Abu Bakr had a solid game with some timely tackles and didn't get hustled off the ball. A few nervous miskicks every now and then, but needs some more solid defenders around him
Title: Re: abu bakr is a decent centre back
Post by: just cool on August 13, 2009, 05:37:22 AM
williams need to work on his fitness some more... the man was obviously bun in the 2nd half.that real let me down.he was a real beast in the 1st half then start to shit down himself in the 2nd.the el salvadorians realise that and start to take advantage of him.if he could keep up for a full international level 90+ then i think he should be able to hold down the LB spot
Breds, williams to me can't fill that position, he's too slow and he can't travel well with the ball 2 his feet. ah wing back must have ah considerable amount of pace and ball controll to be effective, i rather avery any day, if not then JLLoyd.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: just cool on August 13, 2009, 05:43:48 AM
TI yuh watch that game cross eyed or what. williams and abu bakar eh ready yet, abu bakar needs tuh go tuh germany or italy and learn his trade properly, yuh eh see how much ball he made tuh bounce in the box and poor clearences. doh get me wrong breds, he has nuff potential but he's not ready for this level.

he definatly needs tuh go europe in one ah dem big leagues and learn his trade well, and he will be ah force in the defence.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: Trini on August 13, 2009, 05:54:15 AM
Agreed,
Abu make some real fundamental errors last night with the bouncing ball thing, but he also save us with some timely tackles as well and was good in the air.

He is definitely the way to go for the future, plus I know he has a very good frr kick from distance, but he has to imrprove quickly to keep the best in CONCACAF at bay consistently for 90 mins.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: weary1969 on August 13, 2009, 06:50:15 AM
Agreed,
Abu make some real fundamental errors last night with the bouncing ball thing, but he also save us with some timely tackles as well and was good in the air.

He is definitely the way to go for the future, plus I know he has a very good frr kick from distance, but he has to imrprove quickly to keep the best in CONCACAF at bay consistently for 90 mins.

Cosign. As 4 Williams d man in d army and he not fit.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: Controversial on August 13, 2009, 07:39:28 AM
yes he made fundamental errors but dog and lawrence have made worse errors that costed us the game. abu bakr needs to improve but with experience that happens, williams needs to get his match fitness for 90 mins bu besides that, nothing was getting by the man in the first half, spann was getting pressure on the right when williams was closing shop...

lawrence to me is the weak point...
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: spideybuff on August 13, 2009, 07:58:37 AM
When last Jus Cool say anything good about anybody besides Daryl Roberts?
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: STEUPS!! on August 13, 2009, 08:01:44 AM
When last Jus Cool say anything good about anybody besides Daryl Roberts?

if jus cool cud call latas a nanyhole, doh expect him to say anyting good bout we warriors
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: weary1969 on August 13, 2009, 08:03:26 AM
When last Jus Cool say anything good about anybody besides Daryl Roberts?

hmmmmmmmmmmm meh memory not that good. Is a longggggggggg longggggggggg time. Doh worry hr chillin in hell as it has frozen ovah.
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: Weh-it-is on August 13, 2009, 08:09:06 AM
The Abu boy played alright. At timse he looks a lil clumsy but then he makes up for it. Keep him away from Dennis de menace.  :(
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: Babalawo on August 13, 2009, 02:34:16 PM
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.

(http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/images/2005/07/20050727130118yasinabubakr203.jpg)
i now bout to ask if this he son lol
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: just cool on August 13, 2009, 04:39:52 PM
When last Jus Cool say anything good about anybody besides Daryl Roberts?

if jus cool cud call latas a nanyhole, doh expect him to say anyting good bout we warriors
FYI whitley is my all time favorite T&T player, i also big up jj and jaggy, so i doh know weh all this roberts worship allyuh want tuh put me on is coming from.

it does vex me tuh see underachievers getting so much bligh and fellas who producing not getting ah chance tuh continue producing, that's my beef wid the exclusion of roberts, and who here could watch me and say roberts got ah fair shake.

another thing lady, i doh respect no guy!!!!! i watch majors and colonels in the army who try tuh play me and tell dem to go f@ck dem selves, and dem ppl had the authority tuh put me in jail, or destroy my life wid ah dishonorable discharge. so who is latapy!!!   ssttuueeepppssss!!!
Title: Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
Post by: kicker on August 13, 2009, 05:03:35 PM
Wha about Yasin Abu Bakr (Radanfah's dad)....aka Lennox Phillip  ;D was supposedly a talented footballer back in the day