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« on: September 18, 2007, 05:17:50 PM »
Cheltenham 1-2 Swansea 
Andy Robinson's thunderous 25-yard drive gave Swansea a comeback victory against Cheltenham at Whaddon Road.
Ashley Vincent's tidy finish put the home side ahead on four minutes, Andy Lindegaard almost doubling the lead before half time.

Jason Scotland brought Swansea level five minutes into the second with a composed finished.

Swansea's second-half dominance finally paid off when Robinson cut inside and fired a drive into the bottom corner.

The visitors continued to create chances in the final 20 minutes, but they needed a fine save from goalkeeper Dorus de Vries to deny former Swans striker Paul Connor.

Swansea's win came at a cost, though, as Robinson and Leon Britton picked up hamstring injuries.


Cheltenham: Higgs, Jeremy Gill, Caines, Townsend, Ridley, Lindegaard (Yao 79), Finnigan, Bird, Vincent (Myrie-Williams 74), Connor, Spencer.
Subs Not Used: Scott P Brown, Connolly, Gallinagh.

Booked: Caines, Finnigan.

Goals: Vincent 4.

Swansea: De Vries, Rangel, Lawrence, Monk, Austin (Painter 46), Britton (Anderson 83), O'Leary, Pratley (Butler 46), Robinson, Scotland, Duffy.
Subs Not Used: Knight, Feeney.

Booked: Rangel, Robinson.

Goals: Scotland 50, Robinson 69.

Att: 4,323

Ref: Mike Thorpe

Football / Official World Cup Song!!!
« on: June 02, 2006, 12:13:02 AM »
I don't know if anyone make a post about this before but just to let you know that I check before I put it up eh...Well just to ask if anyone watch FSC tonight (north america...esp  east coast) and see the video of the Official World Cup Song?  Leading the way is miss (I want to jes touch her) Toni Braxton and a couple other guys singing in the video.  It real nice I eh go lie, it give meh the same vibe that yuh get when you see the R.Kelly video (I believe I can Fly).  So who else see the video or here the song?

« on: March 30, 2006, 11:42:25 AM »;_ylt=AjHno2EOOMuEAoItyKpxTQcmw7YF?slug=afp-fblwc2006brasexoffbeat&prov=afp&type=lgns

LONDON (AFP) - Brazil coach Carlos Alberto Parreira wants his team to play with a smile on their faces at this year's World Cup -- so has ruled out imposing a sex ban.

While Parreira's predecessor Luis Felipe Scolari ran a famously strict regime during the 2002 finals, a more relaxed mood will prevail in Germany -- and that includes as much sex as his players want.

"I don't think that sex one day before the game will have any harm on the player. Just sex, no problem," Parreira told Maxim magazine.

"The problem is, they don't eat, they don't sleep, they smoke and they drink. That is the problem. Sex? No, sex is always very good -- always welcome."

Parreira also gave an insight into the methods his team uses to maintain spirit during tournaments.

Ronaldinho is a keen player of the samba drums -- and the world champions will be packing their instruments once again when they head to Germany.

"Psychologists say it is very important in the dressing room and coming from the hotel to the stadium that you do something with your hands, with your mouth," Parreira said.

"If you just sit there worrying? Clutching your hands? That does not help. If you play something it helps relax. That is why we give them the drums and things.

"Since 1970 we have done this. We buy instruments for them, and they play on the bus -- instead of saying, 'Oh my God, we are going to play Germany or England in a World Cup game.' That does not help."

Parreira also said there was no chance that Brazil would play more conservatively in Germany.

"We have to give a good impression and keep our style. We don't have to change that because we are going to play a World Cup."

"We have to defend, as well, otherwise we go nowhere. But we can't deny our roots -- we play a happy game."

Updated on Thursday, Mar 30, 2006 4:50 am EST

Football / Why we have to wait fuh we shirt?
« on: February 26, 2006, 10:23:44 PM »
How come every other country WC kit on Adidas website except we own? Even Nigeria! And that little thing on the sleeve of the shirt that I though was a pan on they pick that somebody say is TNT shirt, is not even a pan because it on almost all a dem other country shirt sleeve too so I guess we have to suffer more dan everybody else again?

FAQ & Crew Meet Up. / Where we meeting on June 10th
« on: February 15, 2006, 08:44:37 PM »
Well Warriors ah know it early right now to be worrying about it eh but, I just wanted to know where we would be meeting or if we would be meeting up for the match against Sweden on June 10th.  This really pertaining to the TRI-STATE area forumites eh but you know if you could make the trip then big up.  So just a question you know maybe the same place in queens or we could hit another spot if somebody have an idea.

Football / Hislop on EPL Preview Show
« on: December 01, 2005, 07:16:42 PM »
Dey show the team on the plane jumpin and singing elephant man song juk gyul

Football / TRINI PRIDE!!!
« on: November 13, 2005, 12:28:36 AM »
Roses are red
TRINIDADIANz are all kindz of brown
thats my race
so don't put it down!!

I will not hide
I will not disgrace
flows hot & true
I will stand by you
thru thick & thin
till the day we die
Always stands high
I yell this poem
Louder than all the rest.
cuz every 1 knows

TRINIDADIAN Pride in my mind
So step aside and let me through
Cuz its all about the TRINIDADIAN crew
Life sucks and then u die
but if your TRINIDADIAN
You die with pride!!!!

Football / Maradona, Argentina's future coach
« on: November 04, 2005, 07:06:46 PM »;_ylt=AiuUlxx97R0_vcdpDgaSapEmw7YF?slug=reu-maradona&prov=reuters&type=lgns

Maradona could coach national team, says Argentina chief
BUENOS AIRES, Nov 4 (Reuters) - Diego Maradona will be given a role with Argentina's national team and could take over as coach following the 2006 World Cup, Argentina Football Association (AFA) president Julio Grondona said Friday.

"Diego has been incorporated into the national team staff," Grondona told Radio La Red in an interview, one day after meeting Maradona to discuss his future with the national team.

Grondona said it was too early to say exactly what sort of role Maradona would perform but he dismissed rumours that coach Jose Pekerman would resign if he was given a powerful role.

"There's not much to say in terms of what he will or will not do," said Grondona.

"He will do whatever is necessary.. After (the friendlies against) England and Qatar, we will clear up the uneasiness and anxiety of certain media to see what one will do and what the other will do," he added.

Grondona, who on Thursday reiterated his backing for Pekerman, said that during the meeting, the coach had told Maradona: "You are the national team."

Maradona also tried to allay fears of a clash on Thursday, when he said that he did not want to tread on anyone's toes.

Grondona said he saw a bright future for Maradona, who has made an outstanding recovery after undergoing drugs rehabilitation last year and a gastric bypass operation in March.

"If things go according to plan, Maradona has a future with the national team and I don't think there's anyone who deserves it more," he said.

Asked whether Maradona could coach the side after the World Cup, Grondona replied: "If he carries on like this, then why not?"

"We will do our best for him so that, one day, he will be in charge of all this," he said.

Updated on Friday, Nov 4, 2005 3:02 pm ES

General Discussion / Yo y'all need to check this out
« on: November 04, 2005, 04:22:11 PM »


8 Year Old Iranian Boy Caught Stealing Bread


Football / TAKIN YUH BACK!
« on: October 25, 2005, 07:34:16 PM »
Close your eyes...And go back...
> >
> >
> > Before the Internet or the AIM
> >
> > Before semi automatics and crack
> >
> > Before SEGA or Super Nintendo...
> >
> >
> >
> > Way back...
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> >
> > I'm talkin' bout hide and go seek at dusk.
> >
> > Red light, Green light.
> >
> > Playing kickball & dodgeball until your porch light came on.
> >
> > Mother May I?
> >
> > Red Rover
> >
> > Hula Hoops
> >
> > Running through the sprinkler
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> > Happy Meals
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> >
> >
> > Wait...
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> > Watchin' Saturday Morning cartoons
> >
> > or what about legends of the hidden temple, global guts, double dare,
> >
> > who could forget Snick
> >
> &g t; Fat Albert, Road Runner, Smurfs, Picture Pages, G-Force & He-Man
> > Woman
> >
> > & Scooby Doo Underoos
> >
> > Playing Dukes of Hazard
> >
> > Catchin' lightning bugs in a jar
> >
> > Christmas morning...
> >
> > Your first day of school
> >
> > Bedtime Prayers and Goodnight Kisses
> >
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> >
> > Climbing trees
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> > Getting an ice cream off the ice cream truck
> >
> > A million mosquito bites and sticky fingers
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> > Jumpin' down the steps
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> > Jumpin' on the bed
> >
> > Pillow fights
> >
> > Runnin ' till you were out of breath
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> > Laughing so hard that your stomach hurt
> >
> > Being tired from playin'
> >
> > Your first crush...
> >
> > Rainy days at school meant playing "Heads up 7UP" in the classroom
> > Remember
> > that?
> >
> >
> >
> > I'm not finished yet...
> >
> > Kool-Aid was the drink of the summer
> >
> > Giving your friends a ride on your handlebars
> >
> > Wearing your new shoes on the first day of school
> >
> > Class Field Trips
> >
> > When nearly everyone's mom was at home when the kids got there. (that really happened?)
> >
> > When a quarter seemed like a fair allowanc e, and another quarter a
> > Miracle.
> >
> > When your parents took you to McDonalds and you were so cool.
> >
> > I want to go back to the time when...
> >
> > Decisions were made by going "eeny-meeny-miney-mo"
> >
> > Mistakes were corrected by simply exclaiming, "do over!"
> >
> > "Race issue" meant arguing about who ran the fastest.
> >
> > Money issues were handled by whoever was the banker in "monopoly"
> >
> > Catching fireflies could happily occupy an entire evening
> >
> > It wasn't odd to have two or three "best" friends.
> >
> > Being old, referred to anyone over 20.
> >
> > The worst thing you could catch from the opposite sex was cooties.
> >
> > Nobody was prettier than Mom
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> > Scrapes and bruises were kissed and made better
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> > It was a big deal to finally be tall enough to ride the "big people"
> > at the amusement park.
> >
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> >
> > Getting a foot of snow was a dream come true.
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> > Abilities were discovered because of a "double-dog-dare"
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> > Spinning around, getting dizzy and falling down was cause for giggles.
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> > i also remember watching saved by the bell after school.
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> > The worst embarrassment was being picked last for a team.
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> > Water balloons were the ultimate, ultimate weapon.
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> > Older siblings were the worst tormentors, but also the fiercest
> > protectors.
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> > If you can remember most or all of these, then you have LIVED!!!
> >
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> > Pass this on to anyone who may need a break from their "grown up"
> >
> >
> > I double dog dare you.

General Discussion / What would be your choice?
« on: September 06, 2005, 07:37:30 AM »
This test only has one question, but it's a very important one. By
giving an honest answer, you will discover where you stand
morally. The test features an unlikely, completely fictional
situation in which you will have to make a decision. Remember that
your answer needs to be honest, yet spontaneous. Please scroll
down slowly and give due consideration to each line.
You are in Trinidad, Chaguanas to be specific. There is chaos all
around you caused by a hurricane with severe flooding. This is a
flood of biblical proportions. You are a photojournalist working
for a major newspaper, and you're caught in the middle of this
epic disaster. The situation is nearly hopeless.
You're trying to shoot career-making photos. There are houses and
people swirling around you, some disappearing under the water.
Nature is unleashing all of its destructive fury. Suddenly you see
two men floundering in the water. They are fighting for their
lives, trying not to be taken down with the debris. You move
closer somehow the men look familiar. You suddenly realize who
they are. Patrick Manning and Basdeo Panday!
At the same time you notice that the raging waters are about to
take them under .. forever. You have two options--you can save the
lives of Patrick Manning and Basdeo Panday or you can shoot a
dramatic award winning photo that will be sure to forever change
your career, documenting the death of the country's most powerful

So here's the question, and please give an honest answer. Would
you select high contrast color film, or would you go with the
classic simplicity of black and white?

Football / CORNELL GLEN.........
« on: September 03, 2005, 11:49:47 PM »
Crew ruin Chivas USA's homecoming
By Danny Bueno / Staff┬ 

Cornell Glen scored what proved to be the game-winning goal Saturday night. (Tony Quinn/MLS/
CARSON, Calif. -- The last-place Columbus Crew kept their playoff hopes alive with a 3-0 win over Chivas USA at The Home Depot Center on Saturday.
Cornell Glen scored midway through the first half and set up John Wolyniec on one of his two goals in a 10-minute span in the second half to help the Crew cruise past Chivas in the first-ever meeting between the clubs.

With the win, the Crew (9-12-3) move within 9 points of the Chicago Fire for the last playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.

The Crew, who have been revitalized in the second half of the season, are now 6-3-1 under interim coach Robert Warzycha and have won three in a row, all shutouts.

The match got off to a slow start as both sides struggled to develop any meaningful plays.

The Crew tested new Chivas goalkeeper Sergio Garcia for the first time in the 15th minute; a low, 25-yard shot by Glen that went directly to the 'keeper, starting in net in place of Brad Guzan.

In the 19th minute, Glen again tried Garcia, this time nearly hitting paydirt. Simon Elliott sent a crossing ball from the right side to Glen. The Trinidad international then sent a crushing header to the near post and Garcia just got a hand on the ball, knocking it out of play for a corner kick.

On the ensuing corner, Glen again got a head on the ball in the center of the area, but his shot went well over the crossbar.

Chris Henderson nearly caught the Chivas 'keeper off guard in the 30th minute. Danny Szetela controlled the ball 30 yards from goal and gave a quick pass to Henderson, standing to his right. Henderson's low, one-time shot, though, was knocked away by a diving Garcia.

In the 34th minute, Glen finally broke through, capitalizing on a grave mistake by Chivas USA in their own third of the field.

A poor ball sent towards Chivas defender Ezra Hendrickson instead landed directly at Glen's feet. He alluded Hendrickson, raced 20 yards to the top of the box and shot through the legs of oncoming 'keeper Garcia and into the right netting for his fourth goal of the season.

The goal roused Chivas' mostly dormant attack as crew goalkeeper Jonny Walker was forced to make one close-range save in the 37th minute and moments later saw a Francisco Palencia shot roll just wide of net.

Coming out of the halftime break, the Crew's defense buckled down and did a good job of absorbing the Chivas attack.

Chad Marshall was effective in shutting down Chivas' speeder winger Antonio Martinez on the right side, using his size and deceptive speed to frustrate Martinez.

Robin Fraser was solid manning the center of the defense, constantly putting a body on Palencia and rendering the Mexican national largely ineffective.

The Crew took a 2-0 lead on the hour mark. This time Glen was on the giving end, sending a low pass to the center of the area to an unmarked Wolyniec, who quickly hit a low shot past Garcia. The Chivas 'keeper dove but was unable to get a hand on the ball.

In the 69th minute, Wolyniec struck again. Glen again was the catalyst as his shot just inside of the area was kick-saved by Garcia, who was playing well off his line. The ball deflected to Wolyniec and he blasted it into the goal for his second goal of the match and fifth of the season.

The Crew kept Chivas' defense on its heels for the remainder of the match, forcing Garcia to make several saves in the final 10 minutes. Man of the Match: Cornell Glen, Columbus Crew

Danny Bueno is a contributor to This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Soccer or its clubs.

Columbus Crew (9-12-3) vs. Chivas USA (3-18-5)
September 03, 2005 -- The Home Depot Center

Scoring Summary:
CLB -- Cornell Glen 4 (unassisted) 34
CLB -- John Wolyniec 4 (Cornell Glen 4) 60
CLB -- John Wolyniec 5 (unassisted) 69

Columbus Crew -- Jonny Walker, Chad Marshall, Robin Fraser, Mark Schulte, Chris Henderson, Simon Elliott, Danny Szetela, David Testo (Chris Wingert 85), Marcus Storey, John Wolyniec (Knox Cameron 82), Cornell Glen (Mario Rodriguez 75).

Substitutes Not Used: Matt Jordan, Eric Vasquez

Chivas USA -- Sergio Garcia, Ezra Hendrickson, Douglas Sequeira, Orlando Perez, Esteban Arias, Juan Pablo Garcia (Armando Begines 70), Ramon Ramirez (Isaac Romo 70), Francisco Mendoza, Matt Taylor (Thiago Martins 65), Juan Francisco Palencia, Antonio Martinez.

Substitutes Not Used: Milton Blanco, Hector Cuadros, Brad Guzan, Christian Jimenez, Jesus Ochoa, Arturo Torres

 Chivas USA Columbus Crew
total shots: 6 (Juan Francisco Palencia 3)┬  13 (Cornell Glen 6)┬ 
shots on goal: 2 (Antonio Martinez 1,
 Juan Francisco Palencia 1)┬  8 (Cornell Glen 4)┬ 
fouls: 19 (Ezra Hendrickson 4,
 Juan Francisco Palencia 4)┬  15 (Danny Szetela 5)┬ 
offsides: 0┬  1 (Chris Henderson 1)┬ 
corner kicks: 2 (Orlando Perez 1,
 Ramon Ramirez 1)┬  5 (Simon Elliott 2,
 Chris Henderson 2)┬ 
saves: 5 (Sergio Garcia 5)┬  2 (Jonny Walker 2)┬ 

Misconduct Summary:
CHV -- Juan Francisco Palencia (caution; Tackle from Behind) 45
CLB -- Danny Szetela (caution; Reckless Foul) 76

referee: Mark Geiger
Referee's Assistants: Chip Reed; Frank Anderson
4th official: Ian Anderson
time of game: 1:54
attendance: 15,770
weather: Clear -and- 70 degrees

All statistics contained in this boxscore are unofficial

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« on: August 23, 2005, 10:00:37 PM »
I just come up with something and in meh head it sound good so break meh balls but help meh finish it if you have something to add or sound better.    USE the powda posse riddim in yuh head and yuh go catch the melody.

Jersey Trini

Aye something burnin in here!!!!!!!!!!!

Goal ah weh meh warrior posse
goal let meh see all the flags in the air
goal weh meh warrior posse
Jumpin up like we jus doh care

woahyo we ready to go
woahyo to the big big show
woahyo let the goal them flow
oui oui oui oui oui oui oui yo yo

Soca warrior we mashin up Guatemala oh
knock yuh bottle blow yuh wistle
we goin the big big show

And by hair of my chinny chin chin
Ah tellin yuh we go make show

so watch ya now

Goal ah weh meh warrior posse
goal let meh see all the flags in the air
goal weh meh warrior posse
Jumpin up like we jus doh care

Goal Latapy come
the magician with the plan
and one name JONES up top

Goal we have Scott Sealy
and Chris Birchy, Spann and Avery
Dog, Lawrence and the man Yorky


Soca warriors we mashin up Costa Rica
so knock yuh bottle, blow yuh whistle
We goin the big big show

Soca warriors we mashin up Sting Panama
so knock yuh bottle, blow yuh whistle
We goin the big big show....

« on: August 18, 2005, 07:27:25 PM »
IN this Concacaf Zone the USA is like the Yankees, Mexico the Red Sox, and the rest are just there.  It's 17 months of holding a lead until the REAL WORLD SERIES IN GERMANY.

From the NY POST.

You see these men how they talking.  They even have the nerve to think that they are better than Mexico...calling themselves the YANKEES.

« on: July 19, 2005, 02:31:26 PM »
Does anyone know how come Jan Steadman or if Jan Steadman was ever offered the Senior team coaching job.  Also what do you think of him as a coach, because i think he is a great coach but never heard of him being anywhere near the National team, but yet still this Shabazz guy was there at one time and up until that time I had never heard of him.  Please someone share your knowledge.

« on: July 17, 2005, 06:53:37 PM »
What do you guys think about that? Our whole group from the gold cup in the semi final now.  Do you think that we might have had the strongest group?

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