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Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« 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.
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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2007, 09:20:53 AM »
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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #2 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.

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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #3 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.

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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #4 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.

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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #5 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.

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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #6 on: August 11, 2009, 01:20:37 PM »
terrorism can fund education.

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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #7 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?
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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #8 on: August 11, 2009, 01:22:16 PM »
terrorism can fund education.

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amnesty my ass.



De son must pay fuh de sins of de faddah?
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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #9 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?
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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #10 on: August 11, 2009, 01:25:50 PM »
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.



De son must pay fuh de sins of de faddah?

And de ass must keep quiet.

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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #11 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
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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #12 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....
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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #13 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
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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #14 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
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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #15 on: August 11, 2009, 01:36:40 PM »
terrorism can fund education.

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amnesty my ass.



De son must pay fuh de sins of de faddah?

D sins of d parents will b paid to d 3rd and 4th generation
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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #16 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.

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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #17 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)
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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #18 on: August 11, 2009, 01:47:51 PM »
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.



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.

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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #19 on: August 11, 2009, 01:48:48 PM »
Is he considered to have Terrorist ties? That would suck....

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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #20 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:
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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #21 on: August 11, 2009, 02:11:34 PM »
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.



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

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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #22 on: August 11, 2009, 02:38:51 PM »
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.



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?
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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #23 on: August 11, 2009, 02:41:31 PM »
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.



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.
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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #24 on: August 11, 2009, 02:43:44 PM »
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.



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.

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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #25 on: August 11, 2009, 02:48:46 PM »
terrorism can fund education.

July 27th 1990

amnesty my ass.



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



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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #26 on: August 11, 2009, 02:54:47 PM »
I know meh bible betta than I know meh football.

Ahem... :whistling: :whistling: ;D
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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #27 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.
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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #28 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.

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Re: Radanfah Abu Bakr is back
« Reply #29 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.

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