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Football / Rhinos vs Islanders Live FEED ANYONE?????
« on: July 10, 2009, 05:54:55 PM »
Any links?? It start at 8pm on FSC

« on: January 06, 2009, 12:52:16 AM »
Good Program... funny part with Shaka around the 20 min

Football / Highlights of Goals from Guatemala TT
« on: September 08, 2008, 11:35:16 PM »
Not sure if there was a link. Apologize in advance if there was one


Football / International Date?
« on: July 21, 2008, 09:48:18 AM »
Is July 30th an Official International Date???

Football / Avery loses in debut
« on: May 04, 2008, 09:58:29 PM »
Miami FC 0 - 1 Carolina: Railhawks Leave It Late

Miami, May 4, 2008 - Miami FC continues their winless home record as they lost 1-0 to the Carolina RailHawks. Daniel Antoniuk's late strike sealed the victory for the visitors. Miami FC fielded new signings Avery John and Eddie Gutierrez against the visiting Carolina RailHawks for their 5th game of the USL 2008 season. Miami had to play without injured defender JP Rodrigues and forward Sean Fraser as well as Cristiano Dias (suspension).

The first half failed to produce any exciting soccer and both teams couldn't create any real scoring chances. Miami enjoyed most of the possession in the opening minutes. Perhaps the best chances were near the halftime whistle with defender Chris Williams shooting twice off corner kicks. His first effort came in the 42nd minute forcing RailHawks keeper Chris McClellan to tap the ball out for another corner. Chris Williams again found space in the box, but McClellan made himself big with another fine save.
Miami FC midfielder Leandro Mineiro had to be replaced by Eric Vasquez after he picked up a shoulder injury, at the 17th minute.
At minute 44, Carolina defender Mauricio Segovia almost made it 1-0 with an own goal after his close range clearance appeared on target.

The second half was faster paced than the previous. In the 47th minute, captain John Pulido tested keeper McClellan with a long-range effort. Five minutes later Alex Afonso, Miami FC's leading scorer with 3 goals, had a powerful header hit the crossbar after a delightful Sean Cameron cross. Avery John's 56th minute header off a free kick forced another good save from McClellan.

Carolina absorbed the pressure nicely and were able to respond with Kupono Low's low range strike that went just wide of the goal. Antoniuk could have made 1-0 in the 68th minute, after a nice combination with his teammates. However, his close range effort sailed high. Tempers flared after an earlier scuffle between Afonso and McCllellan. Nico Mosquera earned a caution before being substituted in for Juan Pablo Galavis.

With the clock ticking, head coach Zinho made a tactical substitution by replacing defender Eduardo Gutierrez with forward Sean Barrett. The gamble didn't pay off as the defense was left exposed during counter attacks and Antoniuk was able to slot home the game winner in the 87th minute just before being replaced.

Miami FC pressured in the final minutes and almost earned the equalizer through Sean Cameron, but his header went over the crossbar.

It was a harsh blow for Miami FC who remain winless at home. The Blues now will make the trip to Blackbaud Stadium on Friday, May 12 to play the Charleston Battery with their record now 1-3-1.

Miami FC's next home game at Tropical Park is May 16 (Miami Dade County Public Schools Day), at 5:30 PM as they host the Vancouver Whitecaps. Season tickets are currently on sale by visiting or by calling 305-728-2612. Single game tickets are available through or by calling 1-866-57-MIAMI. Watch all games live on USL Live

This article was published on Sunday 04 May, 2008.
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Football / Brent Sancho joins County.
« on: April 03, 2008, 02:47:00 PM »
Brent Sancho joins County.
Written by thejailender.

Ross County today signed former Trinidad & Tobago internationalist Brent Sancho on an 18 month contract. The big 31-year-old central defender has been on trial with County for a few weeks and had agreed a deal with the club around 10 days ago, but the signing of the player could not be completed until international clearance was sought from the Home Office.†Clearance for him to sign came through earlier this week and the deal was completed on Thursday morning.

Sancho has been suffering from an injury in recent months and has not played competative football since before Chistmas, although he is now free from injury he is still alcking match fitness and is unlikely to feature thsi weekend against Airdrie, but County's manager Derek Adams feels he will feature in the County team before the end of the season. In a bid to help his fitness County have been playing a series of closed door friendlies this week, which featured many of the fringe players from the County squad.

On Tuesday night County beat a highland league select team 3-1 at Buckie Thistle's Victoria Park - goals coming from Craig Gunn, Stewart Petrie and David Winters, while another closed door's bounce match has been organised for tonight (Thursday), where a mixture of fringe and youth players will feature.

Football / ESPN 2 Tonight 7:30pm Est. REVS vs Fire
« on: November 08, 2007, 02:22:47 PM »
MLS CUP Semi Final on ESPN2 tonight

Avery and Revs vs Fire

Football / Avery and Revolution in Semi Final
« on: November 04, 2007, 12:54:59 PM »
Avery had a solid game last night.... They playing Chicago Thurs on ESPN2 when they win they will be in the final and hopefully it will be up agains Scott Sealy and KC Wizards

Good Luck to them

Football / Mickey and Stefan Trotman Day
« on: May 19, 2007, 07:02:18 AM »
1pm in Pinto Rd, Memorial Day for the Trotmans. A lot of the Warriors will be there Stern Sancho Jack Scottie Carlos etc....

Apparently some American Team fly in last night to take part as well. Did not get their name. Should be a fun day

Go out and support and keep them alive

RIP Blacks and Trotty

Football / SHAKA ON ESPN2
« on: April 12, 2007, 09:36:20 AM »
Tonight at 10:30pm EST Shaka and Dallas come up agains LA

Good Luck Shaka

« on: February 20, 2007, 08:52:22 AM »
I always liked him as a player and he proving to be a good manager!!!!!!!!!!!

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By Damian Spellman, PA Sport

Roy Keane has warned managers cannot be responsible for their players 24 hours a day.

After seeing the behaviour of professional footballers make for more lurid headlines over the weekend following alleged incidents during Liverpool's training break in Portugal last week, The Sunderland boss insisted there has to be an element of trust.

He said: "You cannot keep an eye on players 24 hours a day. Players will make mistakes - I think I made one or two along the way.

"You cannot keep an eye on them 24 hours a day, you have got to try to trust them.

"If they do make a mistake, then you have got to try to deal with it.

"But you do not know what is around the corner. Footballers are human beings, they make mistakes.

"A lot of stuff anyway is blown out of all proportion. I take it with a pinch of salt. It is always exaggerated."

Former Manchester United captain Keane has stamped his authority on Wearside in the six months since he took over the Sunderland reins, moving on players he felt did not match up to his requirements and enforcing strict discipline on and off the field.

His regime at the Stadium of Light now includes his players staying in a local hotel the night before a home game to ensure they are fully rested for the following day's exertions.

Football / Vote Sancho for BBC South East Sports Award 2006
« on: November 30, 2006, 09:48:42 AM »
Sancho has been nominated for the BBC South East Sports Award 2006. You can only call in to vote so I expecting the UK based to take full advantage. His number to cast his vote is 09015225603

Here is de link to his article


Football / ABC MLS CUP- Good Luck Avery!!! Live NOW!
« on: November 12, 2006, 02:48:17 PM »
Avery playing in de final on NOW
Good Luck

« on: November 05, 2006, 03:02:32 PM »
It showing on ESPN2 Live now against DC


Football / Shaka makes his entrance in Dallas.
« on: August 09, 2006, 09:52:51 PM »
Hislop makes his entrance in Dallas.
By: Steve Hunt (

FRISCO, Texas -- At the conclusion of Wednesday's training session, and with most of the FC Dallas players already inside for conditioning work, a visitor made his way to the practice field adjoining Pizza Hut Park. It was none other than Shaka Hislop, who starred in goal for Trinidad and Tobago in the 2006 World Cup and was signed to a contract last month by the Hoops.
Accompanied by an FCD official, Hislop ventured over to one side of the practice field to meet with several members of the coaching staff, including head coach Colin Clarke and goalkeeping coach Alan Knight, whom he worked with for three years while playing in Portsmouth several years ago.
Hislop arrived in Dallas on Tuesday evening with his wife and four daughters. Clarke expects him to begin training on Thursday and added that he also intends to include the veteran goalkeeper on the 18-man roster for Saturday's game at Houston, as a backup to starting 'keeper Dario Sala. Normal backup Jeff Cassar remains out with an injured quadriceps muscle and the only other 'keeper on the roster is rookie Ray Burse.
Clarke is happy to have Hislop join his squad but knows it will take some time for him to get acclimated to training in the stifling Texas heat, which was near 100 degrees on Wednesday.
"He'll get involved a bit (in training) tomorrow," Clarke said. "It's going to take him time to climatize and get acclimated to the heat. It will take him a week or two to get used to it, find his legs and to get acclimated."
Hislop was happy to land with his new team and is looking forward to joining them for training on Thursday morning even making a joke about the gridlock Dallas is infamous for.
"It's been a hectic couple of days but I'm glad to have my feet on the ground now," he said. "I need to make my own way in (to training tomorrow). I'm going to rent a car and leave at midnight so I can get here by 9 a.m. tomorrow morning."
The veteran 'keeper also offered some insight about how he has been keeping in shape since the World Cup.
"I've not been playing but have been training with West Ham," he said. "I had a couple of weeks off right after the World Cup but have been working out with them. Doing that has allowed me to keep myself in some shape."
Hislop also described how he actually came to sign with FC Dallas, what a crucial role Knight played in that decision and how close he came to re-signing with West Ham.
"I left Portsmouth the same year he did, in 2005, and we just remained friends and kept in contact ever since," Hislop said. "We had been swapping text (messages) for the weeks leading up to the (World) Cup final and he said there was a chance that Dallas might be interested.
"I told him it was something that I would think about. I had a big few weeks ahead of me with the World Cup coming up. I told him I would think about it over that period of time and let him know."
Hislop thought about his decision, and in the end, it was his instincts that told him what his choice would be.
"The more that I thought about (coming to FC Dallas), it felt right," he said. "That is the only way I can describe it. It just felt like the right move for me at the time. West Ham offered me another year, which I was very tempted to take. But the more I thought about this move and coming out here, the more it appealed to me. Eventually, I had to turn West Ham down and they were quite understanding about it all."
Hislop also admitted that a big part of his signing with FCD was because he needed a change of scenery and a new challenge.
"I just felt that I needed a new challenge," he said. "I had been playing English soccer for 14 years and felt it was time for a new challenge. I can't describe it any better than that. It's just one of those gut feelings you get and I've always been one to follow these gut feelings throughout my career."
After speaking with the media, Hislop went into the Hoops locker room to meet his new teammates. He will make his first appearance on the practice field on Thursday but won't likely see game action for a few weeks. Clarke also ruled out him playing in Sunday's reserve game between FCD and Dynamo, stating that he would like to give Shaka more time to get adjusted to the heat before putting him between the posts.

Shaka Hislop will take part in his first FCD training session Thursday.

Football / Trio In Court Over Keeper Burglary
« on: July 28, 2006, 07:06:21 AM »
Trio In Court Over Keeper Burglary Last Edited: Thursday, 27 Jul 2006, 8:55 PM EDT
Created: Thursday, 27 Jul 2006, 8:05 PM EDT

Three people will stand trial over the theft of sporting memorabilia from the home of Liverpool FC player Jerzy Dudek.

Burglars broke into the goalkeeper's home in Wirral, Merseyside last month and stole a number of items, including his 2005 Champions League Final medal and shirt.

Melanie Mackereth, 23, Rachel Mackereth, 26, and Colin Roberts, 32, all from Liverpool, have appeared at Wirral Magistrates Court charged with handling stolen goods.

They did not enter a plea and were bailed to appear at the same court on September 22 when they will be committed to a Crown Court for trial.

A fourth defendant, Martin Roche, 26, from Liverpool, pleaded guilty to handling the stolen goods at an earlier hearing.

He was bailed to be sentenced at Liverpool Crown Court on September 4.

The court heard goods stolen from Mr Dudek's house included Premiership and international shirts, designer watches and other personal items

Football / Technical staff left out Soca Warriors' windfall
« on: June 25, 2006, 10:34:06 PM » >

'It was embarrassing'

Technical staff left out Soca Warriors' windfall

Ian Prescott

Monday, June 26th 2006
Soca Warriors manager Bruce Aanensen, left, and trainer Wayne Lawson look on at proceedings during the presentation of awards to the Trinidad and Tobago national football team on Saturday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.

WHILE the Soca Warriors received millions in cash and UTC units and national awards from the Government of Trinidad and Tobago as rewards for their performances at the 2006 World Cup , some of the squad's backroom staff are upset at being overlooked by Government.

Members of the team's technical staff are disappointed that their contribution to the World Cup success was not recognised by the T&T Government.

Not mentioned for reward in Prime Minister Patrick Manning's speech at the Hasely Crawford Stadium on Saturday were Bruce Aanensen (Manager); George Joseph (Assistant manager); Zephrinus Nicholas (Trainer/physio); Dr Terrence Babwah (Team doctor); Wayne Lawson (Physical trainer), Ikin Williams (Equipment manager); Esmond O'Brien (Assistant equipment manager); Dutch assistant coach/scout Mario Been; Oba Gulston (Physiotherapist); team chef Cecil Wint; media officer Shaun Fuentes; European manager Hans Hagelstein; nor ex-scout David Nakhid and Sam Phillips, who was also assistant manager up to the World Cup qualifying match against Bahrain last November.

On Saturday, Manning announced that each of the 24 members of the T&T World Cup squad-including Silvio Spann, who was injured just before the start of the tournament and replaced by Evans Wise-will receive $1 million, consisting of $750,000 in UTC units and $250,000 cash.

In addition, the 16 footballers failing to make the final roster will get $200,000 in units and $50,000 cash.

Team captain Dwight Yorke received $1 million in units and $250,000 cash.

Assistant coaches Wim Rijsbergen (Holland), Anton Corneal (T&T) and goalkeeper coach Michael Maurice will each receive $250,000.

Dutch head coach Leo Beenhakker was offered $1 million cash and the Chaconia Medal (Gold) for steering T&T to their first-ever World Cup Finals.

In announcing the rewards to be given to the players, Manning said: "This is one of the happiest occasions for me, as Prime Minister, to address the people of our nation. I feel extremely honoured, and on behalf of the entire nation, let me say how grateful I am to the Soca Warriors for providing this unprecented opportunity. The Warriors have filled the hearts of our entire nation with pride."

But team trainer/physio Nicholas said he was embarrassed that their contribution to the Soca Warriors' World Cup campaign went unrecognised.

Nicholas, who helped with the team's physical preparation during qualifying and at the World Cup, returns to his duties today as physical training instructor (PTI) with the Defence Force.

"It was embarrassing," he said, commenting on Saturday's slight at the Stadium. "But I expected that, because people do not show any respect to their own. I can't do anything about it, so life goes on. If they think that the players just went out there on their own with Beenhakker and did well at the World Cup, then the Prime Minister should not have a Cabinet.

"But, I not taking on that...the man above, he gives me my reward. I take this experience, put it in a bottle, and save it. After that, life goes on as usual."

Equipment manager Williams was also dismayed.

Having served many years in that capacity with T&T national football teams, Williams said: "I was very disappointed. But, if they wanted to give us something, it is up to them. Maybe they have something for us, but just have not announced it yet."

After checking out of the Crowne Plaza Hotel, where the team stayed following the awards function on Saturday, manager Aanensen offered little comment yesterday, but there was obvious disappointment in his voice.

The normally very forthright Aanensen said: "I'm just chilling out for a few days. Right now, I'm not sure I want to comment on what went on there. Maybe on Tuesday."

Apart from the slight on the part of the Government, Nicholas rates the World Cup experience as the best in his career.

He was thrilled to work on the same stage with teams such as England and Sweden and to observe the techniques of their trainers.

"I got the chance to see how the mighty England train. Their players wanted for nothing. They had five, six trainers...people to bring them water on the field, and everything they needed.

"Yet, we, little Trinidad and Tobago, were able to put up a fight against them."

Football / Inequality....... RIDICULOUS
« on: June 25, 2006, 01:35:47 PM »
From reading what the players got, I think it is a good deal. However, I think it is riduclous that we have men who never play in de qualifiers and make the 24 aint even see a FULL INTERNATIONAL in any of the warm ups and they get 1mil.

They give to the 16, all well and good. But some of those men who I assume in the 16 have played much more than some of these who were in the final 24. Some of them being long serving members of the T&T National team getting a 250K. When yuh have a man like Wise who fool the coaches and everyone with a display of talent against a GRENADA XI and I repeat A GRENADA XI and never played in the qualifiers to earn more than the guys who was there from the start.

Last but not least. I notice that the management and support staff was not mentioned in getting rewards. That is very distasteful by the government if this is so. People like Bruce and the other managers, Iken who has been the equipment manager for years and Mr. Fuentas who was good enough to keep all of us updated with the many articles and pictures from Germany and throughout the campaign have nothing to show but memories. Everyone deserves in this campaign and a little more Equality should have been shown with everyone at least getting a CHACONIA GOLD MEDAL.

Just my 2cents. Hope these guys are not disheartened by the inequality and bounce back and still be willing to represent the country.

If yuh is not a waggonist yuh will know the players I talking bout

Football / Dressing Room Bust Up... Sweden
« on: June 12, 2006, 09:46:27 AM »

Sweden officials have played down the confrontation between Olof Mellberg and Fredrik Ljungberg following the disappointing goalless draw with Trinidad and Tobago.

The experienced Barclays Premiership duo were involved in an altercation in the Sweden dressing room minutes after the final whistle on Saturday, bringing back memories of the pair's heated training-ground bust-up during the 2002 World Cup.

That incident saw the players grappling on the ground after Ljungberg was floored by a hefty challenge by Mellberg.

However, Sweden press chief Thomas Saleteg has poured cold water on this latest spat.

"It was not a fight, but a short, but hot, dispute between some players. Two of those players were Mellberg and Ljungberg," Saleteg told Aftonbladet.

"It was a typical dressing-room situation, nothing serious."

The Sweden squad have come under fire from their fans and the country's media following the shock draw with tournament debutants Trinidad & Tobago.

Lars Lagerback's team failed to impress in their World Cup warm-up games and that form continued into the tournament last weekend.

Their hopes of reaching the knockout stages took a serious blow with the result and it appears nothing less than a victory will suffice in their second group game, against Paraguay on Thursday. Their final match in the group is against England on June 20.

One of the biggest criticisms levelled at Lagerback has been his decision to opt for Anders Svensson in the centre of midfield ahead of talented playmaker Kim Kallstrom, who has just signed for French champions Lyon from Rennes.

Svensson had a poor game on Saturday, and was replaced by Marcus Allback in the second half.

Kallstrom, who came off the bench with 11 minutes remaining, impressed in the little time he had.

Both the press and the fans are imploring Lagerback to go with Kallstrom for the Paraguay clash.

The coach, however, is leaving his options open.

"It was not individual mistakes that lay behind the draw," said Lagerback. "We played well but we didn't have any luck.

"We are all looking forward to the game with Paraguay, either with Svensson or Kallstrom - or maybe both - from the start."

Svensson, the former Southampton midfielder who now plays for Elfsborg, does not know where he stands in Lagerback's thinking.

"It's frustrating not to know from game to game if you have the coach's trust," he said.

"After the game against Trinidad & Tobago, it seemed like it was my fault that we didn't win. At the moment, I don't feel very well."

I know yuh have de Park to go to in de Hard Rock. But for those who in N. Miami and want to go somewhere close to home/ work  for the Tr&T v England go to

Churhills Pub
5501 NE 2nd Ave
Miami, FL

Cool Place... Mainly English Fans but we can add to the Environment. No Cover and they English so it have real beer.
Come in yuh Trini Colors and come early

Football / Best of Day 2
« on: June 11, 2006, 10:19:36 AM »

Best of the Weekend¬  ¬ 
Player of the Day Shaka Hislop

 Outstanding performance from the veteran Trinidad & Tobago shot-stopper. He came in at the last minute for the injured Kelvin Jack and he performed heroics to keep Sweden at bay and help his side to a memorable point.
Goal of the Day Javier Saviola

 Excellent finish from the little striker as he burst onto Juan-Roman Riquelme's through ball before poking the ball underneath Jean-Jacques Tizie.
Pass of the Day Juan-Roman Riquelme
 An outstanding performance from the Villarreal star and he produced a moment of genius to open up the Ivory Coast defence and slot the ball into the path of Saviola and he obliged with a great finish.
Miss of the Day Kader Keita

 The Lille striker was guilty of a shocking miss which could have levelled the match for Ivory Coast. Didier Drogba headed the ball down into the six-yard box, but Keita could only hit Roberto Abbondanzieri with his diving effort.
Save of the Day Shaka Hislop
 Which one from Hislop? Rather than who gets save of the day. He kept Larsson and Ibrahimovic at bay most of the day - but his best stop came with ten minutes left as he somehow managed to get his arm to Marcus Allback's goalbound effort.
Gaffe of the Day Carlos Gamarra
 Paraguay skipper Carlos Gamarra suffered a nightmare start against England heading David Beckham's dangerous free kick into his own net to give England the lead early on in Frankfurt. The goal proved decisive as England held on to take all three points.

Moment of the Day Trinidad & Tobago debut
 A wonderful day for the Soca Warriors and all their fans. They showed huge passion from start to last and deserved to take a draw from their World Cup debut.

Football / Moderators...... Suggestion for you!
« on: June 07, 2006, 07:56:30 PM »
I know the hype of de CUP is around the team and mainly the players, but it would be interesting for one of you to do a Q & A with Shaun Fuentas and maybe his experience behind de scenes. His background and all that kind of thing. I think de man deserve it for all de work he do and pics he taking for us who cah be there to feel de experience on this GREAT MOMENT.

Football / What If Birchall.......
« on: June 06, 2006, 08:06:29 PM »
Not sure if anyone brought this up so excuse meh if they did....

But what if Birchall was to score de equaliser and we tie England or far less a game winner against them... yuh feel Jabloteh will sign him in case he could never move back to Vale

Football / Shaka in Rooney Sympathy
« on: June 06, 2006, 10:16:00 AM »

Trinidad & Tobago goalkeeper Shaka Hislop says it would be unfortunate not to face Wayne Rooney in the World Cup.

The veteran West Ham United custodian and his Soca Warriors team-mates face The Three Lions in Nuremberg on June 15, with many of the English-based T & T players relishing the chance to face Sven Goran Eriksson's men.

The 37-year-old, whose brother Kone works for Rooney's agency ProActive, would understand the disappointment the Manchester United striker would have in missing the finals, but stressed he is more concerned with his country's campaign in Germany.

"What's happened to Wayne is unfortunate," Hislop said in the Daily Star. "I know him and my brother knows him quite well.

"To miss a World Cup is a big blow for a young man. It's easy enough to say that he'll be there in four years' time and for many other World Cups.

"But playing in a World Cup is a fantastic achievement for anyone, regardless of age or what country you play for.

"It's a blow for him and I will feel sad for him, if he doesn't make it.

"Right now, our focus as far as Trinidad & Tobago goes isn't on Wayne or his metatarsal.

"We feel we have to get our own house in order, and then we'll see what the opposition has to throw at us."

His T & T team-mate in former Manchester United striker Dwight Yorke has warned their Group B opponents not to underestimate them.

"We have not done ourselves justice in the warm-up matches, but there is a great team spirit and a belief we can get it right," Yorke said.

"I know we are good enough to get results against any of the teams in our group, and that includes England."

Football / Beenie Playing Mind Games
« on: May 27, 2006, 05:58:38 PM »
On Fox Sports News de back of one of dem papers have a headline "FLOPS" did not see the name of the paper but the man say how Bennie say something like for all de resources England have they only have one thing to show and that was back in 1966

Lord :devil:

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