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didint she call bush d devil several years ago? i guess she jes love talk..


cyah remember but she always been controversial. From one controversial celebrity to the next, its like a popularity contest for celebrities during this election now, here is Samuel L Jackson turn..

Nice ad lol  :beermug:

General Discussion / Re: Planass from Minister's Son
« on: September 27, 2012, 07:15:51 AM »
ah wonder if I coulda stand by and watch this go down boy ?
I eh go lie eh , I go wait for him to put di cutlass back in di car and rest him bottle straight innah him face , I is a face  boy mi eh tekin no chop !!!!!!


LOL at least yuh honest. Yuh couldna say I woulda do dis and that but yuh kept it real  :beermug:

That fat fvck know which tree tuh climb

That woman ent no lesbian she is bi. She will go both ways but prefers women.

I've dealt with lesbians before and I convert the "straight" lesbian to bi (lipstick lesbian) and the bi to straight (now prefers men) and I would say the straight lesbians rel freaky but will always love women but in the right situation will also take man, they may need another woman to entice then though but that is not a problem now ah days:)

Football / Re: The Stoke City Forever Thread
« on: August 27, 2012, 11:36:52 AM »
second division looks a likely bet at this point ..better you play every week than sit and watch.

He not going to do that.

It is much harder to go down a division and then try to come back up with yuh new team, another team or being bought from the Championship division.

If yuh in the premiership yuh want to stay there bench and all.

Football / Re: Questions For Keon?
« on: August 21, 2012, 10:29:14 AM »
Ask Keon if he intends to represent T&T at the 2012 Caribbean Cup in order to help improve our chances of making the next Gold Cup

Football / U.S. TV limited for La Liga, Serie A....Is Salt
« on: August 18, 2012, 09:40:39 AM »
U.S. TV limited for La Liga, Serie A
August 17, 2012
By Associated Press
NEW YORK -- Lionel Messi's and Cristiano Ronaldo's league matches will disappear from the television sets of many American soccer fans, starting this weekend.

With new limited TV rights for La Liga and Serie A, TV viewers will see little of Leo Messi and Ronaldo.

That's because the U.S. television rights to Spain's La Liga have switched from GolTV to the new beIN Sport USA network, launched this week by the Al-Jazeera Sport Media Network and available in only about 8 million homes to viewers of DirecTV and DISH Network.

And it's not just Spain's soccer that is affected.

Italy's Serie A, France's Ligue 1, England's second-tier League Championship and England's League Cup also have moved to high-spending beIN Sport, which is taking over all of them from News Corp.'s Fox Soccer.

"The ratings are going to be so low that they will be almost unmeasurable," said Marc Ganis of the Chicago-based Sports Corp. Ltd., consulting firm. "Considering the push that European soccer is making in the United States, taking additional money and losing exposure becomes fools' gold. They need to have a long-term strategy, not short-term."

The new network will not be rated by Nielsen at the start, but hopes to be at some point, according to managing director Yousef Al Obaidly. It also will be available online to authenticated subscribers of DirecTV and DISH.

"There will be more announcements coming soon," he said Thursday. "We are in a discussion with all the cable operators. Hopefully, we can reach an agreement so we can keep everyone happy."

La Liga kicks off this weekend, and while Barcelona and Real Madrid will surely battle for top spot, the league is as competitive as ever, writes Graham Hunter. Blog »

Now that the European seasons are starting, at least some clubs are worried their leagues made a mistake by taking dollars over distribution. Complicating the matter, a dispute broke out in Spain, with some clubs saying their television rights were sold by a company that doesn't own them.

"I know Madrid and Barcelona are already concerned by what has happened domestically," AC Milan director Umberto Gandini said in a telephone interview. "We were trying to maximize revenues ahead of visibility. Frankly speaking, we were not aware of such difficulties reaching viewers in the United States and the fact that we are going to be penalized highly by the difference in viewership."

The big Spanish and Italian clubs will have their Champions League and Europa League midweek games available in the U.S. on Fox. In addition, RAI USA distributes Serie A matches with Italian commentary and Ligue 1 games will be available with Spanish commentary on Univision Deportes.

All of this could make the U.S. market a soccer Tower of Babel.

"It's a complicated situation," Real Madrid's Jose Mourinho said. "I'm glad I'm just a coach and no more than that, and I think about football and the game and prepare my team."

The English Premier League, which has the biggest American following, sells its international rights directly. Serie A, which didn't centralize rights as a league until just a few years ago, sells them through the agency MP & Silva. La Liga sells them through Mediapro -- but until an agreement this week to share domestic rights for three seasons, rival Prisa claimed it represented nine of the 20 clubs.

Imagina USA, a Miami-based company that is part of the Mediapro Group, is beIN Sports' production partner. The English network launched Aug. 3 in an online preview at and beIN Sport announced Wednesday -- the official launch date -- it will be carried on DirecTV's sports tier in high and standard definition and beIN Sport en Espanol will be distributed on DirecTV Mas in standard definition. A day later, it said DISH Network will televise beIN Sport on its America's Top 250 and DISHLatino packages.

Looming ahead is bidding for the U.S. rights to the Premier League. Networks anticipate a request for proposal next month for the package starting in 2013-14 and running for three seasons. Fox currently holds the rights and sublicenses some to ESPN and ESPN Deportes.

"We might get into it. We might not," Al Obaidly said. "We have to look into scheduling and financials."

The EPL averaged 185,000 viewers for 118 live telecasts on Fox Soccer last year, 321,000 for 48 broadcasts on ESPN2/ESPN and 58,000 for 54 games on ESPN Deportes, according to data from Nielsen Media Research and the networks. Serie A averaged 54,000 viewers for 96 live telecasts on Fox and Ligue 1 53,000 for four broadcasts on Fox.

GolTV averaged just 29,000 viewers for 75 La Liga telecasts among its Hispanic audience, the only portion Nielsen measures. ESPN Deportes averaged 115,000 people in its Hispanic audience for La Liga, but viewers swelled to an average of 770,000 for the two league "clasicos" between Real Madrid and Barcelona.

"It's going probably from a better distributed network to lesser distributed network," said Lino Garcia, general manager of ESPN Deportes. "Therein lies the real difference to the viewer. Some of this product is going to be unavailable to many fans for which it was available to before."

Without La Liga, GolTV's only European league is the German Bundesliga, which had a rating in the network's Hispanic audience that was too low to measure. There has been speculation that beIN Sport USA would like to take over GolTV, if the price is right.

Play-by-play man Phil Schoen and highly excitable color commentator Ray Hudson have moved from GolTV to beIN Sport.

"GolTV has greatly enhanced its portfolio of soccer from the Americas," Rodrigo Lombello, GolTV's chief operating officer, said in a statement. "Reaching new agreements to air matches from the Argentinian, Brazilian and Mexican club leagues, Gillette Brazil World Tour, CONCACAF tournaments and even the U.S. Open Cup, the network has placed an emphasis on this region in the past year as the United States Hispanic population continues to grow."

Qatar, where Al-Jazeera is based, is making a giant push in soccer. Qatar beat out the U.S. two years ago in bidding to host the 2022 World Cup, and the Qatar Investment Authority took control of Paris Saint-Germain and has spent about $200 million in transfer fees for players to strengthen its roster.

In France, Al-Jazeera bought rights to Ligue 1's Friday and Sunday night package from 2012-16; to most Champions League games from 2012-15; and to the 2012 and 2016 European Championship tournaments. In Spain, Barcelona agreed last year to a five-year, 170 million euro (then $225 million) sponsorship deal to carry the Qatar Foundation logo on its famous blue and red jerseys.

If the Premier League wants both beIN Sport's money and greater distribution, it could split its American rights into different packages for different time slots, as it does in Britain and as several U.S. leagues do at home. Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore declined to comment ahead of the bidding.

"They are a little bit more sophisticated than us because they have been on the market as a collective-selling entity far longer than us," Milan's Gandini said. "We are still very far behind the Premier League.",-serie-a-vanish-for-many-u.s.-viewers?cc=5901

Football / Re: Sancho launches Central FC
« on: August 15, 2012, 10:16:00 AM »
Just a question, if by chance Central FC does not get into the Pro League what will happen with the club and the coach ?

They will do like Milk and Evaporate

But with this big splash Central FC making the league need them really. They seem to be infusing much needed interest in the League

Another new tune from Double M's new album!

Machel Montano & Beenie Man - Champion
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Mr Fete is ah Champion now

What about Track & Field / Re: Gabby Douglas and Alice Coachman
« on: August 07, 2012, 09:32:18 PM »
Gabby did it in gymnastics so yes it is a big thing because what she's accomplished has never been done before

What about Track & Field / Re: Paging Ato Boldon !!!!!!
« on: August 07, 2012, 08:13:32 PM »
Oh yes, the nutmeg.   ;D

I spoke at the Grenada Athlete of the Year awards this year (big shock Kirani won) and had a good time. The speech is on youtube.

I am really looking down at notes and times/world lists etc as they go to the blocks - I don't even watch the actual race I watch the monitor because I have to see what is being shown - so I was more listening than watching. Once I hear Tom say "it", a decision has to be made as to what to do, because the last thing leading to a race is supposed to be "end race set-up" and then silence, so non-race-essential elements are not really a concern. Quickly, I decide to leave it alone. Today all of Grenada cussing me for not correcting Tom. Can't win. Even get held responsible for what I don't say/someone else's mistake. People passionate, I get that.  Again, thick skin.

I trying to wean myself off the activator :D

Compared to last Olympics for whatever reason you being heard more than seen..... so yuh safe.

Use as much activator as yuh want lol  :beermug:

What about Track & Field / Re: Paging Ato Boldon !!!!!!
« on: August 07, 2012, 07:13:08 PM »
Ato yuh doing ah DAMN GOOD job

If them fellas want to get BIG UP then do what is necessary to get BIG UP.

Do the homework, do the hard work (this is a cuss word in T&T).

I hear Ato BIG up Jehue since the last Olympics and he didn't even medal, if was some American broadcaster no way Jehue was getting mentioned.

I hear the BIG up put in context but he mentions things that he doesn't have too and the general public wouldn't think twice about...hmmm how come he didn't say this or that.
Our athletes need to perform at a higher level if everybody so concerned that he ent mention them. He doing more than he have to that's for sure.

I applaud Ato. Keep it up.  :applause:

Them fellas need to work harder. Compared to most of the other runners they lookin Magga

They need to eat more yam (Bolt father claim that is the secret) or drink the american juice.

Do some damn thing because what they doing ent working.

Every Olympics we keep saying "good job he/she make the finals, next time is......"

They preparing for 4 years to go on the stage and produce a final? Not good enough

Eat properly, sleep properly, train properly, be disciplined and always work on improving, anything less is ah final appearance at best.

The man know the rules, it probably cause problems in the camp.

We use to have Dwight and Latas regularly do they own thing

It's unprofessional and he should be setting a better example

Football / Re: W Connection v Xelaju Game Thread (02-Aug-2012).
« on: August 02, 2012, 05:01:46 PM »
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Meh friend chile eh see what ah watching he just hear the music

He ask me if ah watchin ah porno  :rotfl:

Go read ah damn book lil fella

Good Luck W Connection

Olympic Discussion / Re: Trinidad Olympic Schedule
« on: August 02, 2012, 02:54:58 PM »

thanks a lot. didn't think anybody was going to take this post seriously.  ;D

Neither did I.

Why people have to be jumping from forum to forum to get updated on George Bovell? It have a thread in the Other Sports forum, why this in Track & Field?

Allyuh not making no sense in life:-[

LOL is in life yuh say  ;D

But I agree understand though, ah really ent know where to look fuh sure

What about Track & Field / Re: Babes of T& F
« on: August 02, 2012, 02:45:12 PM »
I taking this thread into the 21st century

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Nice :beermug:

Only thing is that this 21st Century video seems to be lacking Color and texture  :-\

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i could never get the flash thing to work but heres the music video for pound the alarm.

Great Video  :beermug:

Nicki Minaj and the director so smart that they put "where" the video shoot at the beginning of the video
why did they do that? because of retards lol

Imagine the beginning of the video says Port of Spain, Trinidad and some people on youtube think she's in Brazil  :D

Some people real illiterate

Football / Re: Jabloteh video - Fields of Gold
« on: July 29, 2012, 03:15:16 PM »
How Jack Horner does say it......

Jabloteh will rise again  :beermug:

Olympic Discussion / Re: 2012 Olympic Football Thread.
« on: July 29, 2012, 03:02:25 PM »
Spain wanted to win this tournament to cement their place as the greatest team/country....

They run out ah cement and end up using quicksand...

Congrats to Honduras :beermug:

Now it's England's Wales' Chelsea's Great Britain's tournament to lose.  :devil:

Yep their tournament to lose the bronze  :chilling:

Olympic Discussion / Re: 2012 Olympic Football Thread.
« on: July 29, 2012, 02:48:12 PM »
Spain wanted to win this tournament to cement their place as the greatest team/country....

They run out ah cement and end up using quicksand...

Congrats to Honduras :beermug:

General Discussion / Re: Barack Obama Supports Same-Sex Marriage
« on: July 25, 2012, 01:58:43 PM »


Induce Emesis

Football / Re: T&T U-17 devours BVI 23-nil.
« on: July 25, 2012, 01:46:05 PM »
Goodness!! we need a mercy rule... That's just demoralising to the opposition... 23....

Tell that to Mexico.

They usually try to score that amount on us but luckily only come away with 4 to 6 or 7 goals on a regular

Football / Re: Sancho launches Central FC
« on: July 25, 2012, 12:33:46 PM »
Coach selected already..Good!

So we know Coops leave the US, fly down dey, set up shop, talking to football people, FS and Coops have a "good" rapport

What ah getting at......

Is Coops the New Coach?  ;D

Football / Re: Sancho launches Central FC
« on: July 25, 2012, 10:36:50 AM »

Good move no doubt. 

It's in the early stages so Fan input is important and I expect some tweaking to take place.

One team gone, Another team surfaces.....PFL lives on

All the best :beermug:

Football / Re: 2012 CFU U-17 Qualification Thread.
« on: July 25, 2012, 10:24:44 AM »
Final 23 - 0  ;D

Serious! Who benefits from this? CFU need to have some type of seeding where these teams playoff an then meet the likes of T&T, JA, Haiti etc.

I'll have to say T&T benefits from this more. They learning to put the ball in the back of the net.

It could have been 6-0 with 17 missed opportunities

Our teams have been playing terrible lately and finding it hard pressed to beat anybody so when yuh could blaze ah team...

BLAZE DEM  :beermug:

Like it or not Bin Hammam did what ALL members of FIFA do. That was/is the way FIFA handle business. Jack been operating that way for years because that is the way they ALL do business.

General Discussion / Re: Gandhi a racist?
« on: July 16, 2012, 12:29:01 PM »
I would venture to say that almost everyone from that time period was racist in one form, or the other.
The World was very different and even though it is not an excuse it is understandable.


No way shape or form could that be understandable.

Football / Re: Coops gone local
« on: July 07, 2012, 11:06:36 AM »
All the best Coops. Family then football

TTFF hire the man NOW  :beermug:

Football / Re: Skeene dwells on positives over Jabloteh pullout
« on: July 03, 2012, 10:38:50 PM »
Forgive my ignorance but why not incorporate the better teams that are in the super league into the pro league? Wouldn't the standard of play increase if more games are being played and there is more competition? The majority of them don't own their home grounds so games could just be double headers at the various stadiums and with 4 teams competing at each stadium hopefully the crowds will come out as well. How in hell can a pro league ever be competitive with 6 teams?

The PFL would welcome any team but they have criteria that many teams can't match though. They have to show that they are financially stable and have enough money to pay players, etc. Plus to join the league is something like $100,000.  Most ah the teams just can't keep up with the requirements.

Is so ah buy it, so is so ah sell it

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