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Football / Re: FIFA12
« on: May 01, 2012, 06:53:38 AM »
SEALYboi

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Guyana Game (15-Nov-11).
« on: November 14, 2011, 09:07:49 AM »
I feel they should give St. Anthony's d run out oui  :rotfl: :rotfl:

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Football / Re: Please leave Anton alone!!
« on: November 14, 2011, 09:06:15 AM »
JUS COOL...yuh ever heard the saying "Insanity is trying the same thing and expecting different results"
Anton...somehow is used as ah "local advisor" to every foreign coach that we get....and he eh cutting it...why always he? lol worst yet he have his 'faves' who he 'pushes' to the coach's forefront, ulterior motives and politics have TnT football where it is now #STAT

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Football / Re: EA Sports - FIFA 12
« on: October 05, 2011, 07:42:07 AM »
I find d higher rated defenders gettin away with murder in dis game...slide tackles from behind not gettin carded, sometimes just warnings, they also bumpin everybody off d ball wit ease (how it is terry ketchin chicharito on ah counter?) other than that, the defending is very realistic....i have started practising my feints in-game, tuh throw them off

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Football / Re: Serie A 2011/2012 Thread
« on: September 11, 2011, 05:03:19 PM »
Pirlo issa bawse

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Football / Re: La Liga Season 2011-2012
« on: August 29, 2011, 12:27:56 PM »
FC Barcelona v Villarreal CF • 29 August 2011

Barcelona 9:00pm
Trinidad 3:00pm

Camp Nou, Barcelona

Previous Meetings:
02/04/11 PRD Villarreal 0 - 1 Barcelona
01/05/10 PRD Villarreal 1 - 4 Barcelona
02/01/10 PRD Barcelona 1 - 1 Villarreal
10/05/09 PRD Barcelona 3 - 3 Villarreal

Puyol, Piqué, Maxwell, Adriano injured, and Alves suspended.

The La Liga race start off hot and sweaty.

Real gave Zaragoza a rout and CR7 scored a hattrick.

Let's see if Messi can answer back and keep pace with him.

Oh and Small Mag and the rest of the ManU bandwagon - all yuh like phoqing advantage. Run up against Barca with the likes of Evans, Jones, Smalling, and Cleverley and we go show yuh what is advantage.

Wenger bring food...men eat :rotfl:

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Fantasy League / Re: The 'FPL Vibes' Fantasy League Podcast
« on: August 29, 2011, 12:25:15 PM »
Boy oh boy did you guys get the arsenal v man utd game wrong

Keep it up tho...good stuff!!

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Football / Re: Real Madrid v Barcelona (27-Apr-2011) Thread.
« on: April 27, 2011, 03:03:29 PM »
UEFA have banned all players and both managers from talking to the media right now. Unprecedented.

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Football / Re: ARSENAL FOREVER
« on: April 18, 2011, 11:02:10 AM »
Agreed. Sad to see an experienced player making such a stupid mistake. Problem is, Arsenal should have been leading that game at half time but the attack is misfiring badly. Defensively the team has been very solid, but the cutting edge just isn't there. They increasingly face deep, well organised  defences and are missing the extra edge. If you look at Arsenal's games in the early part of the season, where are Nasri's quick one-twos on the edge of the box? Where are Song's late runs from deep? Where are Walcott's dashes into the opposition's left hand channel? This is how Arsenal was able to crack open deep defences at the turn of the year and now it looks as if they have forgotten how.

No matter how much time was put on the clock, Eboue had no excuse for bundling over a player who was running away from goal and posed no threat what so ever....

we will see dem plays from Aug - Jan in the 2011-2012 season...this team not ready mentally...and as for yuh coach...he should fall on he sword...he has no pressure to win...p.s. thanks for the title  :devil: :devil: :devil:

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Football / Re: Pfister picks Corneal, Charles as his assistants.
« on: April 14, 2011, 06:57:42 AM »
I feel Anton burnin ah candle some where...he always in d friggin mix...smh

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Football / Re: atdhe shut dong?!!
« on: February 03, 2011, 05:58:36 AM »

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Football / Re: Warner: Big name coach coming
« on: January 03, 2011, 12:23:34 PM »
Wah bout some big name players??

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Football / Re: The Stretford End- Home of the Champions
« on: December 16, 2010, 08:37:46 AM »
I hoping for a draw between Manu and Chelsea or a Chelsea win.

When is that game??....

Sunday 11am-FSC.


Yuh lie??!!  hhhhhhmmmm....

12 pm TT Time Brownsugar.. on Sportsmax

I will be in T&T for this game, I think we have FSC, would it be on both? I don't want to miss this game.

Big Up!

Sportsmax own the rights...Flow blocks FSC on weekends during EPL games that show on FSC(they will show on Sportsmax instead ie Sat 11am,1:30pm and Sun 12pm)



Direct TV is the way tuh go if yuh love football...Flow is ballz

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Football / Re: Fenwick: T&T lacked commitment and coaching ideas.
« on: November 27, 2010, 11:37:52 AM »
I mean has someone really sat down and mapped out what we want in a coach? Have we considered  creating a profile of what our coach ought to  bring to the table?  Have we done a Needs Assessment to identify what are our specific goals and challenges we have for this coach? Which person best fits our context? who will be the selection committee and who will decided the agenda for this coach? How well could this coach work with our PFL?

Do we want a man to come in the last minute and take seasoned professionals and 'fine tune' what another coach was working on?

Do we want a coach who could train and develop  potential talent?

Do we want a master tactician?

Do we want ah man who could build a solid cohesive system and have an organized team with a balance of scoring and defending?

Do we need a coach who could blend foreign talent with local?

Do we want a coach to just  get us through to the WC?

I think those who are given that responsibility ought to make make public the criteria they are looking for  in a person to coach our national team.

At this time, there appears to be a clamoring for a  man with a reputation as oppose to examining the contextual needs of our situation.



Public debate and  a public disclosure should focus on this if it's public taxpayers funds which would be used to subsidized the cost of  coaches salaries.

 Possible Porcesss
P.S. we starting with a blank slate: we will solicit responses from focus groups: THE PLF executive, the public, the player s local and foreign, the TTFF, ummm.. special advisor JW, umm.. former  coaches, local coaches..... mouth men like A.Corneal....

Now we take all that information and we begin the process of finding common trends, common needs and gathering data on needs and  the best fit.

We bring the group back together again to start looking at  submitting names of possible candidates and examining which of these candidates best fits our profile.

as a country that went to the world cup...EXPERIENCE should be high on d list

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Football / Re: Fenwick: T&T lacked commitment and coaching ideas.
« on: November 27, 2010, 11:14:00 AM »
6] - Unbelievable!! Cornell Glen included with much media coverage and not even on the bench. What was the point of including him?
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Dis is d shit i cya understand with T&T football...he pick Glen...who not even playin for SJ Earthquakes at the moment... and Sealy who playin major minutes in their midfield eh get ah call...smdh

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Football / Re: The Stretford End- Home of the Champions
« on: November 01, 2010, 10:44:24 AM »
So wait.
If de ref intended to tief for Man Utd.....


Den why not give the penalty and done?


He forget. That is why Rio did run over, to remind him. :devil:
Check the scene:

Nani: Oh Gawd! Ah Dead!
Ref: Dat man have dropsy...
Gomes: Hand Ball! Free kick! let me put this ball down
Nani: Puts out hands... Ref, like yuh forget?
Ref: Shrugs... Do yuh ting
Gomes: buhwhademudder!
Ref: Runs over to linesman. Why you raise the blasted flag?
Linesman: Sorry boss, ah was hailing out a breds in the stands
Rio: Allyuh eh know me or wha? I is Santana!
Ref: Cool dat nah man! and yuh get ah goal?
Rio: Allyuh just get lucky
Ref: Steups... tweet!



LOL :rotfl: yuh eh see when he bawl out "ANNNYYYWWWAAAAAAAAAYYY!!! LOL

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Football / Re: Latapy names 20 for Digicel qualifiers
« on: October 26, 2010, 06:45:16 AM »
We still pickin players that playing for "unknown" fc...this Trinidad team an coach issa big fackin joke oui

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I found this little poscast here Beyond The Pitch - Wrap Up 1013 Special http://t.co/jZgPId8 that is worth a listen...

The situation is not good for all parties involved... Utd have a massive problem to solve here, especially if you can read between the lines afforded to us in the press...



Dat podcast paint ah grim picture for United fans...especially wit the financial situation and the inability tuh buy 'star' players

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Football / Re: Men's team Draws with Guyana
« on: September 27, 2010, 11:56:09 AM »
Shit Coach=Shit Results

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Lol I watch the list and there are no exceptional players on that list .... unfortunate.... but in terms of our player pool mediocrity reigns.
:devil: Ent

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Football / Re: EA Sports - FIFA10
« on: September 23, 2010, 01:20:23 PM »
yea it movin sweet...the celebrations get ah lift too....when i switchin up the running celebrations..players tipping over and teammates pulling yuh shirt and mobbing yuh

i eh too feelin the new penalty system tho

xbox live: sealyboi

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Keon Daniel - Russell Latapy
never to be in d same line hoss
gtfoh

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Football / Re: Warriors suffer another humiliating defeat.
« on: September 09, 2010, 09:44:36 AM »
Im starting to think that this is a master plan by the TTFF aka Jack Warner to make our Senior men team look bad in the eyes of the population.
:thinking:
???

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Football / Re: EA Sports - FIFA11
« on: August 26, 2010, 09:48:29 AM »
FIFA 11: Stamina & Fatigue Explained

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/t9hYMXtGlEo" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer" class="bbc_link bbc_flash_disabled new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/t9hYMXtGlEo</a>

This is foe all d jackasses dat like tuh hold down the sprint button whole game  :rotfl:

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Football / Re: My player...
« on: July 23, 2010, 07:14:37 AM »
Back in the day...Franco Baresi, Jay Jay
These days Alexander Hleb, Essien, Iniesta and Pirlo

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Football / Re: Glen vs Defoe, Sealy vs Gudjohnsen
« on: July 20, 2010, 08:07:46 AM »
sealy would make a better mid than striker imo
agreed :beermug:

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Fantasy League / Re: Premier League Fantasy
« on: July 19, 2010, 07:18:32 AM »
When d Andre Samuel league setting up?

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Football / Re: Glen rescues National Team against Pro League XI.
« on: June 10, 2010, 06:41:57 AM »
What is Cornell doing here? MLS season is still on.
2 week world cup break

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yuh know what they say of opinions....they like assholes...everybody have one

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Football / Re: The Stretford End- Home of the Champions
« on: April 30, 2010, 09:31:30 AM »
Exclusive Fergie interview: Selling Jaap Stam was my biggest mistake as Man United boss

Published 08:31 23/04/10 By David McDonnell   (4) Recommend (1)


Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted his biggest mistake as Manchester United boss - selling defender Jaap Stam at the peak of his powers.

In an exclusive interview released to MirrorFootball, Fergie admitted the sale of Stam to Lazio in 2001 for £16.5million was one of the rare blunders in his glittering Old Trafford reign.

Fergie: Reports I'm quitting are "absolute rubbish"! 

And although Fergie has since made his peace with Stam, who was sold against the backdrop of Old Trafford dressing-room revelations in his autobiography, the United boss admitted he is still troubled by selling the big Dutchman.


"It was one of the mistakes I made – hopefully I haven't made too many – but that was one," said Fergie.

"I got this offer from Lazio for £18.5million. Was it £18.5million? No, £16.5million I think it was, and I says, "Can't turn it down. He's 30 years of age.

"I thought if we could get Laurent Blanc for a year or so and bring the young ones through – like Wes Brown and John O'Shea - but it backfired.

"Jaap and I have got on well together. We spoke the last time we were over in Holland at the Ajax Tournament. I spoke to him for a long time there and everything’s fine."

Stam, who is returning to Old Trafford on May 1 for a charity fundraising event, said he was no longer bitter at being forced out of United.

"I'd really enjoyed myself at the club and thought I'd been doing well up to that point so it was hard at the time I left," said Stam.

"It all happened very quickly because of the Champions League deadline – Lazio needed to register me as their player.

"It wasn't an easy moment, but that's what happens in football - players come and go and unfortunately it was me who had to go then.

"I had a great time at United – I met some great people and I had a good relationship with everybody at the club – the boss, players, staff and fans.

"I'm really looking forward to coming back. It's been a while since I was at Old Trafford, especially as a player and it’ll be great to see some old friends.

"I loved my time at United and I’m sure I’ll get that same buzz when I pull on the red shirt.

"I still remember how it felt when you stepped out of the tunnel and you saw the crowd and it was always a great feeling. It’ll be a thrill to be back there.

"I've played in some great teams but the Treble side is the best I’ve been involved with. There was a great balance to the team and we always believed in ourselves.

Stam is one of six heroes from United's 1999 Treble-winning side taking part in a charity match to raise money for the Manchester United Foundation.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Andy Cole, Denis Irwin, Ronny Johnsen and Dwight Yorke will join Stam against a side containing former Liverpool trio Ian Rush, Peter Beardsley and John Barnes as well as celebrities, including Ronan Keating.

"I wonder what they're doing after," joked Fergie when asked about Cole and Yorke.

"Keep an eye on the two of them. But, seriously, they were a fantastic partnership that year with I think it was 52 goals between them.

"I think they were the best in Europe, they were unbelievable. It was a partnership that just took off immediately.

"I don't know why, the chemistry or something just clicked between the two of them but it developed into an unbelievable partnership.

"So much so that I found difficulty, great difficulty, in keeping Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer warm and happy, that's how effective Cole and Yorke were.

"I was very fortunate to have four great strikers like that when you think about it, really fortunate.

"And yes, it created headaches at time, you know, picking the right two but that season Cole and Yorke were unbelievable.

"For most of the time Cole and Yorke's form dictated exactly who we were going to be playing all the time."

Speaking ahead of the charity match, Fergie said: "I'm starting the game and then rushing off to Sunderland. I'm looking forward to it and I just hope there's a good turn-out.

"The players who will be showing up deserve that recognition because their place in the club's history is a firm one.

"And it's for a great cause. Half of the money is going to the Manchester United Foundation.

"The club does fantastic work through the foundation, through their work with various charities and their great connection with UNICEF."

*Fergie was speaking ahead of United Relief Live: The Big Red Family Day Out, which is being held at Old Trafford on May 1.

http://www.mirrorfootball.co.uk/news/Selling-Jaap-Stam-was-my-biggest-mistake-as-Manchester-United-boss-and-Dwight-Yorke-and-Andrew-Cole-were-best-partnership-in-Europe-says-Sir-Alex-Ferguson-Exclusive-interview-article402091.html

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