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General Discussion / Re: List of All Candidates for Nov 5 Election
« on: November 06, 2007, 06:43:52 AM »
Patrick Manning, the leader of the PNM, in declaring victory was defiant as ever claiming the PNM "has succeeded in bridging the divide". Winston Dookeran, leader of the COP in conceding, appeared to be unsure of continuing in politics. Basdeo Panday and Jack Warner, co-leaders of UNC Alliance said they underestimated COP in their ability to split the votes.

We will see how sweet TnT goes for the next 5 years.


General Discussion / FIFA: Jack Warner campaigning for TnT Prime Minister
« on: October 26, 2007, 05:51:19 AM »
FIFA has stated in a report on it's website that CONCACAF President and FIFA VP Jack Warner is "currently campaigning to become the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago". Warner is in South Africa on both FIFA and UNC Alliance business, with UNC-A co-leader Basdeo Panday in tow.

Please note we have also updated the list of candidates.


In what is appearing to be very comical, police attempted to halt a show at Zen Nightclub on Friday featuring Machel Montano, Benjai, Patrice Roberts and Zan. The police told Machel, "Stop allowing the women to touch your (testicles)." Frustrated Montano said, "If all yuh want to lock meh up, lock meh up."


This is jokes! Organic, I might be making the flex to the all fours...

I am 99.9% sure that Blatter CANNOT make any such declaration

why so? anybody can do it. citizens of TnT just need to know when to filter BS from facts. An endorsement is an endorsement for what it is, no more no less.


According to the reports from Trinidad and Tobago, FIFA VP, CONCACAF President, special advisor for TTFF and newly appointed joint leader for UNC Alliance Jack Warner will be officially endorsed in TnT elections 2007 by FIFA President Sepp Blatter.

Allyuh think is joke, look out for Prime Minister Jack Warner :)


Football / Re: TTFF to refute ‘bobol’ charge.
« on: September 17, 2007, 05:49:08 AM »
It was TT$173 million plus TT$32 million from the government is what I understand. In any event it is a HUGE difference from the reported funding from TTFF to the players AKA BOBOL


Football / Re: FIFA v-p says England will lose 2018 bid
« on: August 09, 2007, 01:45:39 PM »
haha, it amazes me how bold-face Jack is even in the international arena. The man have no lock for his mouth at all. How about you keep it to yourself and vote accordingly. Instead he rile up the hooligans in England. They have him mark, and that petition is gaining signatures rapidly.


Football / Re: The Stretford End- Home of the Champions
« on: August 03, 2007, 06:29:30 AM »
They have always done this...TnT once again need to learn from this.


I am going to continue exposing this BS. All the letters along with my commentary before calling for an all out player revolt, from U-14 to senior team is going to persist.

the men standin for their rights and he lieing, saying they striking...the men willing to play, but Jack not willing to pay!

published and blogged at:

ez fada dutty. Jackula soon get salt.


Football / Re: Count Jackula, Oliver Scamps and Jacklisted Warriors
« on: June 13, 2007, 10:10:32 AM »

                     KICK CAMPS OUT

camps only there cause he don't opppose anything Jackula say. He is the real definition of a puppet.


Football / Re: Count Jackula, Oliver Scamps and Jacklisted Warriors
« on: June 13, 2007, 09:45:51 AM »
Yeah I agree that the only way to beat Jack is for all the players to strike and for us to have no team at all. The only problem with that is, it just not feasible. If ii playing super league football and all the pro league men not striking, it must have 22 men somewhere in Trinidad who thinking ''if i make the side and hit a man two beats on the international stage, i might get a overseas contract'', so the deeper he goes into the leagues he bound to find some players.

But that is the only way boy..otherwise Jack have us by the balls. If the government intervene, the country gets banned and then all the UNC supporters will blame PNM rather than Jack, so either way he win.

This is why the attitude change has to be there from:

1. The public (fans/supporters etc.) to get behind PFATT and SUPPORT them.
2. The younger players MUST understand that by playing they are in effect undermining their future bargaining power on the senior team and also PFATT. If we stand for nothing we fall for anything.


Football / Re: Count Jackula, Oliver Scamps and Jacklisted Warriors
« on: June 13, 2007, 07:26:17 AM »
Well for sure you not on Jackula Christmas List !!.......yeah we football real siffering cause of the jacklisting ! :beermug:
fe real... there wont be any rides in jacks Helicopter if you keep this up gaper :beermug: :beermug: :beermug:

fellas, i used to defend jack a bit when he was the only entity willing to step up to put some $$$ behind the team. However, when you start to mess up the players who take us to where we are I have a problem. To blacklist players that are in a dispute with the federation reeks dictatorship. And that is what it is. When last Oliver Camps make a statement on behalf of TTFF? only person u hearing is Jack.

As the blacklisted players ask.. "WHERE IS THE MONEY FROM THE ADIDAS AND EBAY DEAL GONE????" Please account for it. And a little simmy dimmy Excel spreadsheet is not cutting it.

time for the TnT supporters to revolt against the TTFF and SHOW SOLIDARITY WITH THE TEAM.

I personally think THAT ALL TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO FOOTBALLERS called up to the senior team SHOULD SHOW SOLIDARITY also. Because if you don't you give Jack the opportunity to dig out the eye of new, young players. the older guys took a stand. PLEASE SUPPORT THEM. Rijsbergen should have no players to select, cause as fast as they are selected, they should then come out and say we showing solidarity. Let Jack go to primary schools next to find players.



Football / Count Jackula, Oliver Scamps and Jacklisted Warriors
« on: June 12, 2007, 01:46:28 PM »
I have taken the liberty to write an article summarizing the effects of Jack on our country's football and how devestating it actually is. If this same thing happened in England, Italy, France etc., the countries populations would be rioting. what is happening in Trinidad and Tobago???? If the government bans Carnival I am sure there would be a greater uproar! come on peeps...

Take a read, and feel free to comment either here or at ttgapers.


The Trinidad and Tobago Football Team, affectionately known as the Soca Warriors and previously the Strike Squad, has been for many years at the mercy of Austin Jack Warner, CONCACAF President, FIFA Vice President and Special Advisor to the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation. Recently, the majority of the Warriors have been blacklisted over disagreements over compensation from the first, and successful World Cup campaign in Germany.

For more:


Football / Re: One of the cleanest strikers of the moving ball
« on: October 03, 2006, 06:51:33 PM »
allyuh need to start taking hard looks at the young german yute... bastian shweinsteger

that youth hot and have a BIG foot, wheter moving and stand alone...

checkout germany's last game in world cup for 2 sweet examples.


Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Re: To all the Sizzla fans
« on: August 01, 2006, 12:01:23 PM »

I am not sure about that site...seems bogus. as far as i know this is the de facto Sizzla website...we get new releases from them weekly..

Would that cost alot ???

as far as i can see, it costs zero as SMF appears to be open-source.

i will forward it to them, but i am sure they are aware of it by now. apparently this guy did the same thing twice? that means a vulnerability exists that has not been patched since the first hack.


Ya know ah reading this thread and dey other 3 concerning dey spam and hacker asswipe and ah thinking tur meh self...Allyuh ain't think that all this public information would lead into dey wrong hands again ?

With this information it should be PMed to those who wanna know. ;)

I hear ya, but all this is publicly available in google, and all open source advisories.....even on the SMF website it lists the vulnerabilities and fixes.


Nice!!!  :thumbsup: I have NO idea what all dat means  ???

But if it go work better...pull de lever and fix it oui   :beermug:

yeah boy looking like it need an update...

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A little more reading and one realizes SMF forums appear to be very insecure. in the long run it may be better to upgrade socawarriors to a more robut CMS. my recommendation would be Postnuke.


it appears the forum is at version 1.0.5

it appears this version has some sql vulnerabilities that "Don Johnson" might be using to exploit the board. might the site admins update to the latest stable or RC version, it may mitigate the attacks.

i checked out smf, and stable release is 1.0.7, and RC is at 1.11 i beleve.

jus looking out for the security of the forum and it's users.

if it is a sql injection as i think, users PM boxes etc., might have been compromised.



McCommie is a dam ass.

sam be careful boss, cocoapanyol on the prowl for name-callers  :rotfl:


hard luck, doh mean to offend anyone personally. just an opinion, as they say who feels it knows it, and some of us felt it back then.

no hard feelings with no one, especially if i offended you.

however, i hope u stay as firm when men dissing up stern john, and call them out. what if stern mother come on this site, and see how many people bad talk her son, and use way cruder words than "idiot". last time i check it is in the dictionary.

with that said let's please carry on.


Football / Re: Where all the St. Anthony`s College
« on: July 28, 2006, 02:56:10 PM »

kalloo used to share out A's in SBA for a lil tennas...


Fatima boy  :beermug: I think yuh getting tie up wid Mr. Cox....RIP..........a real cools soldier

Cox and the Khan and Pradeep making cook in the back by the Auto block
When Anthony the ground man get the nickname TOES .........he is a cool soldier too
wah them was real kicks days

yeah boy, yuh pull up meh socks there...hard luck..

kalloo like to share out cut ass, and keep man in school late..


Football / Re: Where all the St. Anthony`s College
« on: July 28, 2006, 02:38:17 PM »
i was in for the class of 1991...

i spend a one year there, in the class known as high 5 (repeaters/athletes)... lol

bobs was our hearrrrrr boyssssss!!!!!!!


that school was REAL kicks for a year....a time bobs pass by bobby's and men in the school uniform having beers with the cricket coach...jokes!

dutty...u is a veteran my yute....gollop, aleong and miguel mithchell are 3 of the best footballers intercol see, and nothing ever happen with their career (football-wise).

kalloo used to share out A's in SBA for a lil tennas...


Football / Re: A set of Fatima men on this Forum
« on: July 28, 2006, 05:32:38 AM »
Many times Ro was a idiot saw him do some good and bad things
Harry was cool till he try ban meh from the field, i thought he was on kicks the man was serious
then if we lose a giants game Harry make man gears up and train after the game-tha man was crazy.

The real boss was Clive Pantin,  after he left Fatima lost a few steps with goat like Mr. Moore, Frico, niles, Murray etc. then Heywood talk about idiot she in a class by herself.

yes horse,

heywood was a next killjoy. she is/was up in canada, very surprised to see me at UWO....that woman. hahah. always good to have the last laugh. there were some who beleived they had to rule with an iron grip, or else they feel like they lost control....

let me bigup my boy, mr. young. now he was the coolest teacher ever pass thru that school.


Football / Re: A set of Fatima men on this Forum
« on: July 27, 2006, 03:02:10 PM »
yes fellas...allyuh bring back memories...


give credit where credit is due, harry ramdass, nose and all, is a BOSS. kirk newalho, a BOSS. if it wasn't for dem 2, allyuh might not of ever heard about lara.

i and i born and grow in diamond vale! so bigup the vale men on the board too...

beleive that.

carry on!


Breds u make a powerful statement there about Ro.

Ro might have been an ass at times but he was committed to Fatima. and he was always there in the corner of any yute regardless of race who could rep. Fatima in sports.

There was one fellas who had the skills and brains but wouldn't study. Ro used to go up in Belmont and personally pick de man up at home and bring him to school.

To say Ro hold back black man. is a curious statement.

But he wasn't one o dem fellas looking to say "Black is beautiful." and cry down white ppl.

If Ro thought you were a lazy black man with no ambition, he called it like it was.


needless to say this was in FormV, with Ro as dean.

but i digress... give him his credit where it is/was due, but he was not holier thanThou. he had a lot of favourites aka "the RO boys", who had keys to his office...and who could get away with murder in fatima. harry was a fair person and coach to deal with.


Football / Re: A set of Fatima men on this Forum
« on: July 27, 2006, 02:38:12 PM »
yes fellas...allyuh bring back memories...

nintendo vinces...i went fatima from 85-91, repeat 91 at st. anthony's as a cricket import, then went back to fatima in 1992, then flyout.

allyuh callin real names there for real. ato was in my year, spelled in the first eleven cricket team occassionally when i was younger...dem time lara, sagar, scotty etc. was the big men.

but the football talk real bring back memories...those were the good days..

simmons, farina, scotty, ramdoo, etc. etc. damn good times. meh padna supers (superville) used to play for saints in dem times, and it used to be good jokes with the competition...shaka and kona used to play for saints too...

any of allyuh remember the brawl they had in a CIC/Fatima game at serpentine rd.? men get busted on TV flinging bottle etc....i ain't go call no name, but dem fellas was from diego.

that fella keston wright get do in real bad.....politricks in fatima.

give credit where credit is due, harry ramdass, nose and all, is a BOSS. kirk newalho, a BOSS. if it wasn't for dem 2, allyuh might not of ever heard about lara.

i and i born and grow in diamond vale! so bigup the vale men on the board too...

beleive that.

carry on!


Football / Re: HOTTEST DUTCH STRIKER (Club and Country)
« on: July 24, 2006, 07:54:39 PM »
allyuh jokin...

van basten the one in Euro 88 i think 92/93 goals the bicycle

dutch boss

Football / Re: Zidane
« on: July 12, 2006, 01:39:36 PM »
better article here (in more detail):

Zinedine Zidane has publicly apologised for his sending-off in the World Cup final, but claimed he did not regret his actions against Marco Materazzi.

Zidane, who was captaining his country in his final match before retirement, stated that Materazzi insulted his mother and sister in the seconds leading up to the incident, which saw the France midfielder thrust his head into the Italy defender's chest.

'I reacted badly and I would like to apologise for it,' Zidane told Canal Plus. 'I would like to apologise because a lot of children were watching the match. I do apologise but I don't regret my behaviour because regretting it would mean he was right to say what he said.

'There was no tension with Materazzi before or during the match.

'He just put his hand onto my shirt and I told him to stop. I told him that if he wanted it I could give it to him at the end of the match.

'Then he said very harsh words to me and repeated them several times. I left but then I went back towards him and things went very fast. The words he said concerned my mother and sister.

'I heard them once, then twice, and the third time I couldn't control myself. I am a man and some words are harder to hear than actions. I would have rather been knocked down than hear that.'

'Afterwards I explained to the referee that I had been provoked, but my behaviour is not forgivable,' Zidane said.

Without Zidane, who had earlier given France the lead with a penalty, extra-time finished with the score locked at 1-1, and Zidane's team lost the penalty shoot-out 5-3 to Italy.

Asked whether he plans to attend FIFA hearings into the incident, Zidane said that he would seek to defend himself.

'I will go and I will tell everything I have just said,' he added. 'The reaction is always punished but if there is no provocation there is no reaction. The guilty person is the one who provokes.

'If I reacted that way, it is because something bad happened. Do you really believe that 10 minutes before the end of my career I would be able to make such a bad gesture? The provocation was very serious.'

The incident was a sad way to end what has been a glittering career for Zidane, but he insisted he would not change his mind about retiring.

'This is a decision I have made and I will not go back on it,' he said. 'This is definite. I will not play again.'

Materazzi himself, who scored the equaliser for Italy on Sunday, made a statement of his own while Zidane was speaking on French television.

'I didn't mention anything about religion, politics or racism,' he said. 'I didn't insult his mother. I lost my mother when I was 15 years old and still get emotional when I talk about it.

'Naturally, I didn't know that his mother was in hospital but I wish her all the best.

'Zidane is my hero and I have always admired him a lot.'

Football / Re: Check the NEW TTFF link !!!
« on: July 04, 2006, 07:03:45 PM »

leave it to us to have a mis-configured webserver....

dev /null


Football / Re: All 3 games
« on: June 28, 2006, 02:00:03 PM »

i recorded them. haven't had a chance to edit and bounce them to DVD yet, as i am still actively taping the games.



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