yuh eh see the island gone tuh sh!ts since we ( the cream of the crop) ride out ? (total brain drain) till allyuh down there is left with only the dregs who had no drive and no ambition. we who left and came out here, are here BC our parents left looking for a better life for themselves and their kids, while others left on their own fleeing ah ded end situation. you think it's easy for poor ambitious ppl tuh make it in a former colony? not every body born wid gold spoon in dey mouth like you fella, ( or so yuh want ppl tuh believe).
Cream of the crop? Your spelling of "Jamaica" in your subject window highlights that, lol.
How did this thread reach to the disgusting level of you claiming that being in Trinidad is a dead end situation??
What facts do you have to support this? Crime? Poverty? Doesn't this also exist in the US? I am not saying that Trinidad is a sanctuary, but don't make statements to give the impression that the US is one. It is just a matter of what the media chooses to highlight.
Going back to the matter of the Jamaica vs USA game, everyone deserves the right to support who they want. It have plenty people who supporting India in the Test series against West Indies, So What??
I personally supported Jamaica only because i hate the USA's footballing arrogance. It disgusts me the way that the US commentators claimed that "Jamaica are a better team because they have seven players who playing in the MLS so they understand tactics now rather than just pure athleticism"
Jamaica simply showed the US too much respect and gave them too much room to dictate the flow of the game.
SAM, this was not a US 'B' team, this was the best they had to offer.
Small Mag, plenty J'cans supported TnT at WC 2006
Funny as this may sound.........I know of plenty American fans who supported TnT in Germany during our three games, so it goes back to the point of people having the right to support who they want.
Having said that, this was the first time i supported a Jamaican team since they qualified in '98.
ah love it!!