I used to see this fella at all the fetes (Clubhouse, The Lime, Zanzibar) back in the day... good stuff. Howard is broken and in dire need of fixing.
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Congo, your point is fair, but I don't see the issue with West African attire. The vast majority of the diaspora is of West African descent. So at least she got something "right". Look at this point , just let Kamla be Kamla. Tell me how many AfroTT women of prominence will wear na African outfit or a Sari. Just let the woman be.
Someone deleted my post when trials go bad and did not have the decency to tell me, I guess Harrison went crying to the mods.
Arsenal like they decide they didn't want it yes! Steups!
Anyway, all the haters say we were going out. They could rock so!
Your head real hard.
Yes, he was rejected by Angus Eve and yea he should never come back. You was rejected by Jack Warner and Gally and you never came back, so everybody should follow you.
Secondly, the KID DID NOT GET A TRIAL he was set up to a point.
Fine, if he cant make de team, nobody saying he should get pick, read good before you run up yuh mouth.
Everybody thinking we want Central to sign Roopie or baby him... NO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! do things better because they know better and have bad experience too, this is why they should know better.
Not make the kid pay his way and dont look at him.
I think it might be better for clubs to pay attention to the "system" the coach is trying to implement then "design" their team tactics with a "national system" in mind....err, should one become concrete that is............this will allow for the locals to fall in without much trouble.........isn't that what Germany and spain did........u don't hear about National reserve teams too often
I live close to Roopie and that is not what I heard.
The kid asked for a trial through Flex, got de ok from Central and when he went there no one made time to give him a decent trial, everybody was busy.
The Adrian Romain fella is a total idiot and Darren Mitchell too, who is very disrespectful.
Fenwick just not interested and did not communicate with the guy to tell him anything really, he didn't even give him a proper look, just had a brief talk with him and blow some smoke up he ass a little. And had him dangling there like a puppet like he have all the time in the world.
The thing what getting me vex is, de kid asked FIRST and then when he paid his way they just dump him on the side not even talking to him.
Sancho offer de man a ride after de Adidas game in PoS and then after de game disappear. They couldn't find him, he said that God for Marc Leslie.
This is totally unprofessional and I cant understand what Central would treat trailist like that because Sancho, Fenwick and Harrison all are from foreign or played there and should be a little more professional.
The kid told me, he didnot expect them to sign him if he wasn't good enough, just wanted a fair trial. Even in the drills, he was left out, how can you have someone on trial and not giving him a trial?
He took time off from school and spent his entire allowance to go to T&T only to be stood up.
Kevin then organise a trial for him with Rangers but didn't even tell him. De get get fed up and left T&T.
I’d be very interested to see your comments on this…but I’m sorry if I had to I would do it again and again.Nor because of political beliefs but because this man inspired me,a country, a continent, the world!!!!! Thanks again Madiba
I see you making up facts as a common denominator.
He never 'flamed out' under Keane. He was their leading scorer two seasons in a row. Under Bruce, he was played alongside Bent and formed a very exciting and productive partnership that Bent named as his best partnership ever. Bruce tried to upgrade on him with Gyan which didn't work out at all. Went to Stoke, was leading scorer again and led them to a cup final and Europe. Also the leading scorer in Europe. Pulis tried to upgrade on him with Crouch which still ain't work out yet.
He's not great technically, so his sees the bench as soon as a 'better' player come in. It has yet to improve those teams. In fact, they get worse. He must have a gripe about that.
4 goals in 14 matches... not exactly lighting it up.
had a soft spot for france ever since that 98 side...
Does scoring a goal equals playing well? Cause other than the goal Crouch really ain't do anything. Can't say ah man not playing well if he's not getting a look.
Time to stretch your legs Gunners. Chance to go 7 points clear tomorrow. Keep another clean sheet and it's yours.
I was not blessed to meet Nelson Mandela in person and so I don't have any witty or insightful stories to share. I do have a very cherished memory however. Upon his release from prison in 1990, Madiba made the United States his very first destination, landing at John F. Kennedy lnternational airport. Through some political connections, it was decided that Mandela's first stop would be in Brooklyn New York, and at my high school specifically. Myself and two other classmates were selected by my late principal to be interviewed live by Gordon Elliot of Fox's Good Day New York.
Later on that day Mr. Mandela made his historic stop at my school greeted by a throng of 3000+ people crammed on to our football field. Among the dignitaries in attendance were Gov. Mario Cuomo and Mayor David Dinkins... along with many faceless young men and women who had little idea ofwhat lay before them, concerned mainly with survival on the streets of Bed-Stuy.
I was a high school senior at the time, and even though I did not know where my future lay, I knew enough to know that I would not fall victim to the streets lest it should break my mother's heart. My only desire therefore was to make her proud to let her know that all of her sacrifice was not in vain.
After that fateful day however, when Nelson Mandela, who spent 27 years in captivity, and could have gone anywhere in the world after being released, but who chose to come to the United States and to New York City, and to MY high school, a school of 4000 primarily black and Latino kids- I realized then the importance of reaching back and inspiring those most in need of inspiration.
I realized then that my goals though sincere, were perhaps too modest, that there was more that I should be aspiring to. That he would take time to come to our neighborhood and grace us with the honor of being his first hosts outside of captivity in South Africa when many other nations would've been happy to fete him in pomp and ceremony, that spoke of the depth of his character.
Character, honor and grace are more important than any office or social position. Dignity when confronted with life's challenges, being resolute in the face of despair, humility in the face of adulation, and an unshakable belief in who you are as an individual, no matter the external circumstances swirling about you. That was the lesson I took from his visit that day. It was a lesson, perhaps unintended on his part, but one that has stayed with me even to this day. God bless you good sir, and well done. May you find rest and comfort as you reunite with the ancestors, safe in the knowledge that your incomparable legacy lives on.