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Football / Re: BagoSports plays Guyana National Team‏.
« on: October 26, 2012, 01:27:18 PM »


Sun! Sea! Sand! Soccer! BagoSports Ltd. is proud to announce their third Beach Soccer Championships this year from the 2nd to 4th November. Turtle Beach, Tobago will be vibrant as spectators experience the top players in the sport from USA, Switzerland, Brazil, Jamaica, Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago. Tournament games start at 10.00am on Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd and at 12.00pm on Sunday 4th.

See the high flying acrobatic shots from the BSC Chargers (Switzerland), the Jamaica National Team, Brazil Beach Stars, Guyana Red Jaguars, a USA select team and top teams from Trinidad and Tobago. The teams will be all vying for a US15, 000, winner take all prize. Additional awards will be given to the Most Valuable Player (MVP), Best Goal Keeper and Top Goal Scorer of the tournament.

BagoSports aims to make the islands of Trinidad and Tobago a go-to destination in the sports tourism world and thus establishing a strong presence in the sports tourism market. Spectators can satisfy their taste buds, swim in the cool Caribbean waters and dance to sweet Soca and Steelband music while watching the games. There will also be lots of giveaways and surprises in store for all spectators!

The kids are not forgotten at this tournament. BagoSports also capitalizes on the seasoned players for this tournament by using them to run a Youth Beach Soccer Clinic on Thursday 1st November at 4.00pm at Turtle Beach.  This clinic helps to introduce the sport to the youth of Tobago and provide the opportunity for them to interact with beach football professionals.

Spectators can experience the event at home via live internet streaming of the event at Video clips of the event can also be found on

For additional information about BagoSports, visit their website at, Facebook page at or contact Kyle Lequay at

About BagoSports Limited
BagoSports a multisport company designed to develop and promote sports in Tobago. BagoSports is also committed to using sport as a conduit to achieve community development, awareness and empowerment.  In addition, the company seeks to encourage, motivate and nurture both amateur and professional athletes by making sports accessible and appealing to the youth.

Football / Re: The house that built Barca
« on: February 15, 2011, 12:10:02 PM »
mes que un club for real oui....

"But he did adapt very well in the end, and he's really humble considering all that he's achieved. Here we teach discipline, order, control, and we try to show that a football player can be a star without being a 'show-off', just by making your team-mates better." should show this to cristina.

Interesting to see that they dont do any fitness till the age of 16 though

Football / Re: $15,000 Tobago Beach Soccer on November 6
« on: October 31, 2010, 02:08:24 PM »
Glad to see my bredrens putting on this event. This is going to be a day of fun and exciting football. Anyone who can make it to this event would not regret it...big up to the HU crew

Football / Re: 2010 SSFL & InterCol Thread.
« on: October 26, 2010, 10:46:53 AM »
Benedicts won in 98....Spann, Touissant , Lyndon Diaz was on dat team

Football / Re: Fuller: Jones is one of my students.
« on: October 09, 2010, 10:51:44 AM »
my only problem is that this journalist is using wikipedia as a source.

Football / Re: Latapy shifts focus for Cup, considers Birchall.
« on: October 07, 2010, 10:56:04 AM »
To soccerama, the gov't is NOT responsible for paying the salaries of the TTFF. It is a private entity and is responsible for generating funds for the organisation. Governments have assisted the TTFF financially in the past but its not their responsibility. 

Football / Re: Rooney: Iniesta is the world's best
« on: January 19, 2010, 10:08:46 AM »
I agree dinho, ronaldhino has been playing very well of late and he said he is better than he was at may not look that way but at barca he had better players around him which will make him look better and also the Serie A is a more physical league so he may not appear to be regain his previous barca form......Dunga hadda b mad not to carry him WC

Football / Re: Xavi is World's Best playmaker
« on: January 15, 2010, 05:49:04 PM »
Barca played over man u in the 08 semi but one bad pass by zambrotta gave scholes a free shot on top the box that caused us the game...but that wasnt happening 2 yrs in a row....Fergie was clueless...i wanna know why wud u pay 30 mil for a player and not even start him...Fergie said thet Xavi and Iniesta probably never gave away a ball in their life....A few months ago fergie still in shock and he said he wondered if Man u stayed in the right hotel and all kinda bullshit.....The rookie out coached the veteran...

Football / Re: Xavi is World's Best playmaker
« on: January 14, 2010, 03:11:30 PM »
and definitely not Man U........but u really rating up fletcher for real?

Football / Re: Xavi is World's Best playmaker
« on: January 14, 2010, 11:54:12 AM »
I find that is admirable for Veron to be on the list seeing that he is no longer a european player...I think Diego should be on the list though

Football / Xavi is World's Best playmaker
« on: January 13, 2010, 05:54:16 PM »

13.01.2010 12:57
Xavi World’s Best Playmaker
The International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS) has named Xavi Hernández as the World’s Best Playmaker 2009. Messi came second and Iniesta fourth.
Barça continues to accumulate awards. This time it’s the International Federation of Football History and Statistics. Following on from the recognition of Josep Guardiola as World Club Coach 2009, and Víctor Valdés as sixth in the ranking of the World’s Best Goalkeeper, Xavi Hernández has been named as best playmaker, an award he also won in 2008.

Messi and Iniesta

 Xavi, who will receive the award on 1st February in London, finished just ahead of team-mate Leo Messi while Iniesta finished fourth behind Kaká. That’s three of the top four for Barça.

The home-grown midfielder was the only new face in the top seven compared with the previous year. According to the IFFHS, he received the award because of his “intelligent way of playing”. The jury was made up of representatives of 81 countries from across world.

The classification
1- Xavi (FCB)    164
2- Messi (FCB)   163
3- Kaká (Madrid)   99
4- Iniesta (FCB)   98
5- Gerrard (Liverpool)   54
6- Cesc (Arsenal)   45
7- C. Ronaldo (Madrid)   41
8- Lampard (Chelsea)   35
9- Pirlo (Milan)   26
10- Verón (Estudiantes)   13

Totally agree...Larsson who played with all three players said dhino is the best

Football / Re: Thread for the St Augustine v Naparima Game (26-Nov-09).
« on: November 27, 2009, 11:40:30 AM »
Winger Theon James tried to put through #17, who was just a little slow to get to the ball, and the teams went in to a 1-0 score at the half, with St Augustine forcing a desperate save from Naps’s Keinol Paul just before the halftime whistle.

Allyuh notice how unprofessional this journalism is, so they dont even have a team sheet with the players numbers? I know they used to spell players' names incorrectly but dis here is real madness.

Football / Re: Thread for the El Dorado v St Mary's Game (24-Nov-09).
« on: November 24, 2009, 04:48:31 PM »
After a 1-1 draw in regualtion...CIC lost to Eldo on sudden death penalties.

Football / Re: Best World XI
« on: October 19, 2009, 09:24:32 AM »

                            Maicon      Terry     Ferdinand    Evra

                   Messi             Gerrard        Xavi           Ronaldo


Primus defintely and bentick..Samuel too

Football / Re: U 20 Evaluation
« on: September 25, 2009, 12:06:42 PM »
Now Palos I totally agree with you, the fellas did compete and the scoreline IMO wasn't a reflection of the match but at the same time we cannot accept mediocrity....How long will we sing the song of we are a nation of 1.5 million ppl and they have 80 million. In 10 years I dont want us to reach a WC at any level and be satisfied with a 2-1 loss.... even though we played well yesterday, I think that game was a winnable one.

Football / Re: Argentina New sponsor
« on: September 25, 2009, 10:51:35 AM »
I think they need to start testing coaches for drugs now

Football / Re: Your 2014 Squad
« on: September 11, 2009, 10:08:03 AM »
I would like to see Hyland and Roberts in the midfield for the next campaign......

Fantasy League / Re: WN/ EUROPA Cup
« on: August 19, 2009, 03:22:01 PM »
dammit!!! evra is me captain...... ??? :( >:(

Big Up!

my captain too

Fantasy League / Re: WN/ EUROPA Cup
« on: August 19, 2009, 01:25:21 PM »
Hunt and Defoe score fuh me today but flickin man u done concede already

Football / Re: Clyde Leon over Birchall?
« on: August 13, 2009, 12:41:20 PM »
Clyde Leon did not play a bad game last night as some of yall said. IMO he put in a good shift last night. Most if not all of us here do not know more about the game of football than Latas. We do not know why Birchall started, maybe bcuz he's hurt as someone said earlier, maybe bcuz he was looking shaky in practice or maybe bcuz of tactics...we jus see the startin line up and criticize. we dont know what goin on in let's just wait and c what happens for the next game

Football / Re: The bigger side: Real Madrid vs. Manchester United
« on: June 12, 2009, 09:35:20 AM »
Doh worry... just as Beckham did @ Madrid so too will Ronaldo and Kaka... I really doh understand other than money why Kaka would waste his time at RM.

The thing is RM is a big side (I'll admit) but I think another reason Kaka and Christiano went is because they already conquered their respective leagues and played in 2 CL finals and won one each. They have nothing to prove in Italy and England again so move on while you are young and still in your prime.

Football / Re: The bigger side: Real Madrid vs. Manchester United
« on: June 11, 2009, 07:04:17 PM »
Because Man U has more titles than Real since 92 doesnt mean they are the bigger side. Is Jabloteh  the bigger side over DC United? I don't know....It cud be that the level of opposition that Jabloteh faces is not as tough as the level DC United faces....Maybe the depth of the league is stronger in the MLS....maybe, I'm not sure......

Also I think it is insulting to say Man U won a treble this yr...Treble is referred to as your league, domestic cup and one else in Europe plays a league cup....dat is just another way to make some might be better to say they won three trophies, but to say treble might be misleading.

Football / Re: Viewing T&T vs Costa Rica
« on: June 04, 2009, 05:58:12 PM »
Well ah see Lucky Bar in DC bringing de Mexico game next week, so at least de Baltimore/ DC breddahs could look forward to dat one

since is mexico next wednesday we playing, then that game should be coming on telemundo...

Football / Re: Noel's Petrotrin exile continues
« on: May 27, 2009, 06:07:12 PM »
Well u can look at this scenario in both ways......Players are accustomed to playing a certain position for a number of years and if the are asked to play out of position when in their prime, they for the most part may not like the idea. Some players play out of position and some choose not to. Gallas is a natural CB but his last season and a half at Chelsea he was asked to play as a LB, he played it but then he got tired of it and demanded he go to a new club unless he can play as a CB. Rivaldo is another player who refused to play on the left and was put on the bench by Van Gaal. Players on the other hand like Henry who complained on playing on the left but eventually came around because he wants to play.......Also I think that Trent is on the wrong side of 30 and he has a 1yr contract. maybe he knows that playing another position may not be good for his trade value......and we dont know under what circumstances as to why he was put in the dog house and this is no reason to say this is why he didnt play for the national team. No need to attack a man's character like that. So Darryl roberts in the dog house for the national team, does that mean he swell headed too?

Football / Re: Scoltand: We'll keep going strong.
« on: May 14, 2009, 09:10:41 PM »
PPl forget Josh Johnson is a good winger too.

i keep saying this. no one man in the world can mark messi. it takes 3. seriously it does. barca fan or not  chelsea  tried their best to get atleast 2 players close to him at all times

I counted 3 on most possessions that he had and he was still not hustled off the ball.  Barca had to make alot of adjustments w/notable absences and though they had most of the possession, being pegged back early by Essien's beautiful strike and Chelsea being able to sit back and soak up their attacks lead to practically nothing in the final 1/3, coupled w/the fact that Alves truly looked like Evans Wise as someone pointed out earlier.  That said, big teams find ways to do it, tough luck on the no calls but as pointed out earlier as well the same can be said about the 1st leg, all roads lead to Rome, looking forward to an exciting final.

PS:  Curious to see who will slot in the RB and LB positions

I think Puyol will play RB and Sylvinho the LB...I would prefer Yaya going back in the midfield but I dont think it would be wise to put Caceres as the CB in the final. Busquets or Keita will compliment Iniesta and Xavi and Henry coming back as LF.......I wonder if Fergie is going to use the same strategy he used against us last yr?

Football / Re: Player from U.S. 4th division to sign with Everton
« on: May 05, 2009, 10:41:42 AM »

Football / Re: Player from U.S. 4th division to sign with Everton
« on: May 05, 2009, 10:37:19 AM »
I'm guessing he doesnt have caps since he plays in the 4th how he got a work permit?

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