What are we fighting over now? JAmaica has bragging rights for now, at least until T&T gets its house back in order. I believe football domination in the region is a cyclical thing, and more often than not its always either Jamaica or T&T at the fore, teams like Hiati, Cuba poses a threat at times, but seldome do they deliver. At the end of the day, I always want to see Jamaica on top, but as a youth growing up following the rivalry between both nations over the years, i know the value of having a healthy rivalry in caribbean football. And if Jamaica play T&T tomorrow, I still expect a close game irregardless of who is ranked in the 40s and who is ranked in the 90's (or is it 80s ?)It's still a rivalry, Reggaefan. Just stating the facts. And as much as I can remember Jack always made it easy for T&T. Remember the U-17 Championship in T&T when Jack decide to change the rules at the knockout stage and grouped T&T with all the Caribbean teams while Jamaica got all the guest teams from Central America.
I will never forget watching Russel Latapy, Leonson Lewis, Alan skill Cole, Wayne Palmer and Bingi Blair play some sweet football for my local Club Port Morant United when I was a first form student in high school...and i will never firget Jamaica's 2-1 victory over T&T to lift our first "shell cup" trophy as it was back then, followed by a 1-1 tie to eliminate T&T from the world cup a couple days leter.
We need to get back to those rivalry days.