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Football / Ex-FREP and Trintoc player Betrand Noel passes on.
« on: January 05, 2014, 08:13:17 AM »
To those members familiar with the FREP team of the 80s and the Trintoc team of the 80s/90s, Left-back Bertie has passed over to the other side after a short illness.

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Football / Caribana sweat?
« on: July 29, 2013, 04:16:49 PM »
Ah bredren ah mine going Mississauga for a week for Caribana and want to know if there are any 'sweats' nearby. He don't care if is Trini/West Indian/Latino/Whatever, just want to know if they have a regular sweat in the area...much thanks in advance Canadian-based Massive!!!

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Football / 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup
« on: June 21, 2013, 09:18:04 PM »
Didn't want to start a thread but couldn't find anywhere to insert it.

Couldn't help but notice, Spain win the U-21 Euros the other day, now they have ah whole new team in the U-20 WC and men from Real and Barca, and this one from Liverpool (Suso) who I didn't realize was ah lil boy.

Anyway I doh know what in the drinking agua in Spain but we need to giving dat to all we young ballers, oh and when Hart leave get ah Spanish coach ;)

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Football / FIFA considers World Cup changes
« on: August 14, 2010, 10:57:44 AM »
BERLIN -- FIFA president Sepp Blatter says soccer's governing body will consider eliminating ties in all World Cup games.

Blatter said Saturday on Germany's Focus weekly that the dramatic change would make the tournament more interesting. He says the change could involve going to a shootout after 90 minutes of regulation or adding sudden-death overtime.

Sudden-death overtime was used in the knockout rounds of the 1998 and 2002 World Cups. FIFA then reverted to its previous rule of having teams play a full 30 minutes of overtime if tied at the end of regulation in the knockout rounds.

First-round games always have ended in draws if tied at the end of regulation.

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Imagine Socawarriors holding Poland to ah draw in we first game in Brazil in 2014 and winning on PKs....3 points to start de campaign!!!!

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Football / Julius James, left-back??
« on: March 04, 2009, 12:00:50 PM »
Anybody else see James play left-back last night for Houston, ah thought meh eyes was decieving meh yes.

Then i see him collect ah ball and while running down the left flank gently chip it (coulda be bout 10 yards or so) over somebody head into the path of Nash or whatever he name is..ah say a a like Houston coach trying to make ah Maldini outta James or what.

I don't want to start nutten but he look lil ok....ah wonder if Latas dem was watching ;)

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Football / Any football sweat in de Baltimore area?
« on: February 07, 2009, 05:25:25 PM »
quick question, anybody know if man does sweat in de Baltimore area, afternoons, weekends?
give thanks.

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Football / Home Field Advantage!!!!!
« on: December 17, 2008, 05:53:06 PM »
ah doh know if anybody post dis yet....ah see US v Mexico in good ole Columbus Ohio on Feb 11th. yeah, yeah, ah know nuff Mexican Internationals playing in Europe and might be used to de cold (???) and all dat but still, ah glad we didn't have to play dem dat early in de year! IMHO

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ah just see on Sky sports news dey hold up ah english newspaper wid Kenwyne picture and say Soclari inetrested in he heskey and davies in de january signing window...could u imagine? among other things Kenwyne mighn't have to play defense on corners ;D

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Friday, December 5; Jarrett Park, Montego Bay, Jamaica: Jamaica was a class apart in their 4-0 drubbing of Grenada to underline their Alpha status in Group A of the Digicel Caribbean Championships.
 
 Having already secured all three points from their come from behind victory in the opener against Barbados, the Reggae Boyz continued to put the disappointment of World Cup Qualifying behind them with what can only be described as a training exercise against an outgunned Grenada.
 
 
 Grenada had been giant killers just a few nights before, with a stunning upset victory against tournament favourites Trinidad & Tobago, however, from the offset the Spice Boys were made to look decidedly bland against a Rampant Reggae Boyz.
 
 
 The opening five minutes of the fixture made Grenada’s diagnosis quite clear, they were showing far too much respect to their hosts and were made to pay after only six minutes when Stoke City’s Demar Phillips charged his way past two defenders on his way into the box before sliding a pass to defender Eric Vernan, who cut onto his left to finish calmly and register his first goal for the National senior team.
 
 
 Both of Jamaican flanks were working overtime with a steady supply of wide play from the flawless Demar Phillips and Dane Richards. It was Richards that would be the supply line for the second goal when his corner was powered home by an aerially underestimated Luton Shelton to take the lead to 2-0 in minute seventeen, and eventually help himself to the man of the match award.
 
 
 Rudolph Austin went close in minute 25 when a clearance fell to him 30 yards out, Austin chested before unfurling a volley that forced a spectacular save from the busy Desmond Noel. Andy Williams was next on the shot conveyor belt with a 25 yarder that again tested the goalkeeper. Luton Shelton would round out the first half’s accurate shooting display with another great solo effort: when he cut inside from the left channel wrong footing the defender before rifling right footed at the target.
 
 
 The second half began with Grenada showing a little bit more Granite at the back, closing the gaps and getting more physical with the Jamaican selection. The time was ripe for a demolitions expert and who better than the “Bomber” Andy Williams, his 25 yard TNT detonated between Noel’s open legs, and rolled past him into the net for Jamaica’s third.
 
 
 Chances for Grenada were a rarity but Fimbar Williams went as close as you can get when after neat footwork in the box, he managed to squeeze of a shot only to see it cannon off the crossbar.
 
 
 The fixture was eventually put to bed when Demar Phillips, who had impressed for 90 minutes, latched on to substitute Roland Dean’s good wide work to graduate the score to four and round off the route.
 
 
 John Barnes’ Jamaica now sit atop the Group A standings with a perfect record while Grenada find themselves demoted to third, as the Digicel Caribbean Championships continues.
 
 
 Jamaica (Team List): 1. Donovan Ricketts, 5. Shavar Thomas, 7. Dane Richards, 8. Eric Vernan, 9. Andrew Williams (2. Omar Cummings min 71), 11. Luton Shelton (16. Roland Dean min-60), 12. Demar Phillips, 14. Tyrone Marshall, 17. Rudolph Austin (19. Rafe Wolfe min 64), 18.Jason Morrison, 20.Oneil Thompson
 
 
 Subs: 3. Demar Stewart, 10. Sean Fraser, 13. Dwayne Miller, 15. Obrien Woodbine,
 
 
 Grenada (Team list): 3. Shannon Phillip, 4. Cassim Langaigne, 6. Marc Marshall, 9. Ricky Charles, 10. Kithson Bain, 11. Anthony Modeste, 13. Dwayne Leo (17. Kwan Baptiste min 64), 19. Fimbar Williams (22. Marcus Douglas min-87), 23. Junior Williams, (14. Marcus Julien min 78), 25. Shane Rennie, 30. Desmond Noel
 
 
 Subs: 1. James Raeburn, 5. Michael Mark, 27. Marvin Fredericks,
 
 
 Referee: Roberto Moreno (Panama)



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Football / De man snatch the yellow card from de ref yes!
« on: November 06, 2008, 09:23:36 PM »
ah now see dis on FSC, is de greatest ah Botafogo man get ah yellow, he teamate Andre Luis run up and snatch it out de ref hand.....red card! high comedy!

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Football / The more things change???
« on: October 14, 2008, 05:46:31 AM »
Just a little humor TnT style.

Warner told the squad earlier in the day that the TTFF would double the players' match wage.

"What a show of character, determination, fight and belief. What those guys displayed out there is what we need more of in our country...to be able to combat the problems we are facing today. We are all proud of the efforts. Never before did one point have so much value," Warner said of the 0-0 draw against the Central Americans.

"I have told them that their match fees have been doubled for what they did against Guatemala and they deserve every bit of it."

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Football / Jack Warner fires back against numerous allegations.
« on: July 17, 2008, 04:07:33 PM »
http://soccernet.espn.go.com/section?id=england&cc=5901

ah don't know if ah late with this, but on the right side of the Soccernet website, click on the appropriate link.
HIGH COMEDY! (well sorta)

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Football / TnT New Uniforms?
« on: March 21, 2008, 10:13:53 AM »
ah know it have much more important things to worry bout eh...like de old Carlos getting hurt against Jamaica, de players money, Hardest, man any number of things yuh could think bout.....anyway, wha is de deal with we new uniforms, we waiting for de jamaica game to break dem out or what?

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Football / FIFA President wants life-time ban for dangerous tackles
« on: March 07, 2008, 09:24:31 AM »
Friday, Mar 7, 2008 6:45 AM ET

[REF WATCH] In the wake of the horrific foul by Birmingham defender Martin Taylor that shattered the leg of Arsenal's Eduardo, which earned Taylor a three-game suspension, FIFA president Sepp Blatter said that players guilty of deliberately dangerous tackles should be banned from the game.

"Dangerous tackling is one of the most important issues in soccer at the moment," Blatter said. "Players who do this kind of thing intentionally should be banned from the game."

Blatter called for stricter refereeing and implicated coaches.

"The mechanism where this happens today is obvious," he said. "The pressure on the coach or manager to win is such that he encourages his players to go for victory at any cost. There is no microphone in the locker room, so he says, 'Go, go, go'. Until when? Until the point where the referee intervenes.

"Some referees have in their mind, 'How long can I let the game go without giving a card?' They think they are good referees if the game flows for 20 minutes without an interruption. But the referees must give yellow cards or red cards in the first three or four minutes if necessary and we will call for them to do so. Then the referee will have peace on the field.

"At the moment it is just not working."

Blatter added: "Attacking somebody is criminal, whether it happens on a soccer field or elsewhere. It is a crime and should be treated as such."

I especially like the last paragraph.

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Football / 13-yr old Charles Renken for US U-17.
« on: December 07, 2007, 06:59:59 AM »
ah happen to watch him play against Russia for the USA U-17 yesterday and he's playing against Brazil tomorrow. The announcers big him up a lot and deservedly so...he playing against Brazil on Fox Soccer Saturday. He's the real deal (IMHO)...though the fact that he was born in Zambia makes me want to question he real age, you know how dem African stop wid dah whole age ting...anyway check him out!

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Football / New ADIDAS unis (at least some countries)
« on: November 21, 2007, 10:30:07 AM »
adidas come out wid dey new unis, mostly dem major-see Mexico Germany-countries, ah youth in a store here say the TnT should be coming soon, ah cyah wait.

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Football / Greg Ryan OUT!!!!
« on: October 22, 2007, 02:50:46 PM »
http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story?id=474885&cc=5901

See dis one coming ah mile away, YES!!!!!

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Football / TnT U-23-1 versus Jabloteh U-19 3
« on: July 06, 2007, 04:08:48 AM »
McComie takes charge of T&T U-23s.
By: Ian Prescott (Express).
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Michael McComie has taken charge of the Trinidad and Tobago under-23 squad in the absence of head coach Jan Van Diesen, who is in Holland where he will soon undergo a back operation.
Dutchman Van Diesen has been diagnosed as suffering from a disc problem and returned to his homeland soon after T&T's participation in the CONCACAF Gold Cup in the United States.
McComie said yesterday it was "touch and go" whether Van Diesen will be available to be with the Under-23 team when they contest the first leg of the 2008 Olympic qualifiers, which take place from August 29-September 5 in Suriname.
McComie was given some tips by national senior head coach Wim Rijsbergen yesterday during a practise match at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva, where the under-23s faced CL Financial San Juan Jabloteh's reserve squad (under-19) under overcast conditions.
The national under-23 squad had plenty firepower on show, including Kendall Jagdeosingh, the North East Stars forward, Caledonia AIA winger Hayden Tinto, Ricardo Peltier and W Connection's Shane Calderon.
Also among them was 20-year-old Roland Gavin, who lives in England but was invited to train with the T&T squad after being spotted by coaches.
But, they found Jabloteh more than a handful. Coached by former national player Angus Eve, the club team rallied from trailing by a goal at the half to beat the under-23 footballers 3-1.
The Jabloteh youngsters looked much more motivated on the moist surface and destroyed the nationals on the flanks.
The under-23 selectees led 1-0 through a first half goal by Jagdeosingh. But Eve's youths levelled at 1-1 just five minutes into the second half when Devon Jamerson found the far corner with an angled shot from the left of the penalty area.
Soon after, Joel Russell scored an almost exact replica to put Jabloteh ahead 2-1, before Elijah Manners broke through on the right flank to also angle a shot across goal and into the far corner.
Afterwards, McComie said the under-23s were playing just their third practise match and the coaches wanted to have a better look at the players for selection purposes.
He said the squad was still not fixed and will be trimmed from the current 33 players in training to 25, consisting of three keepers and 22 outfield players.
At the end of next week's training session, a final squad will be announced and will go into camp for a week.
They are also due to play an international warm-up on August 22 before going to the tournament.
McComie said they had also been checking on playing conditions for the qualifying tournament.
"We play in Suriname. We understand it is a small field and also on Astroturf. So, we are just taking a look at the players. There is no fixed team. We will cut down the squad and also invite a couple of other players we think can be a good addition to the team. We will do that until we get the best possible team," he told the Express.


IN CONTROL: National Under-23 player Ricardo Peltier, left, attempts to evade Elton John of CL Financial San Juan Jabloteh's under-19 squad in a warm-up match yesterday morning at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva. The Jabloteh line-up beat the T&T U-23s 3-1.

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Football / U-20 Artificial Turf
« on: July 03, 2007, 11:26:30 PM »
does anyone know if the Marvin Lee Stadium has the same kinda turf dem youth playing on in de U-20 WC?

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just curious. ah meet ah Costa Rican who who went to school and play at Tampa wid him back in de day and went to Port-Of_Spain and meet he father who use to play to (could it be Sedley? me eh know.)

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I went to a high school girls game and saw them doing this. who started this trend and why?

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Football / All Warriors support PK shootout!?!?
« on: February 15, 2007, 10:02:37 AM »
please help me out, over de past few days we saw a PK shootout (Mid/borough v Bristol City), and den we saw 2 Brazilians miss PK. Ah get into it wid me American/Iranian/Afghanistan/Hispanic/Turkish friends who ah does sweat with. 1st off ah tell them as ah coach, me eh want nobody 'placing' no PK, my philosophy is keep yuh down and blast it as hard as yuh could wid yuh instep/laces whatever, then they start talking bout dey eh like PKs.

Well ah tell dem-dis is where fellow Forumites come in-if dey go on de Socawarriors Forum, EVERYBODY who know football would agree dat dey should ALWAYS have PK Shootout in de game (after a replay or after extra-time like in WC) because dat separates de 'boys from de men', ah know men on dis Forum KNOW football, so ah eh too worried, bless!!

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Football / Please let this inspire footballers in TnT! Please!
« on: June 16, 2006, 05:41:31 AM »
ah hope dis make fellahs men back home step up dey game and realize dat they too could fill de gaps dat will be created when men retire or cyah get time off from dey clubs to come back and play for TnT in de future.....additionally qualification for future tournaments should be a cakewalk for de SocaWarriors.....i humbly opine

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Football / FIFA SAYS "THAT IS NOT ALLOWED". LAW-12 Fouls and misconduct!
« on: November 16, 2005, 12:23:52 PM »
just in case any idiots come and try to rain on we parade....

LAW-12 Fouls and misconduct.

19. As the goalkeeper releases the ball to kick it into play, an opponent intercepts it before it touches the  ground. IS THIS PERMITTED??????

NO!!!!!! IT is an offence to prevent a goalkeeper releasing the ball from his hands. THE RELEASING OF THE BALL FROM HIS HANDS AND THE KICKING OF THE BALL IS CONSIDERED TO BE A SINGLE ACTION.

NUFF SAID.

Let there be partying in the streets of TnT and anywhere in the world whey yuh have a Trinbagonian livin. Bless!

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big-up all forumites, thanks for all the insights and entertainment....anyway, it's halftime in the honduras v costa rica game, honduras-3, costa rica-1, two of the hondurans goals were "toe-punch"/ "toe-poke" goals. yuh feel the goal-scorers, their teamates or country-men/women care whether it's a "toe-punch" goal they socre?  exactly..because, ah goal is ah goal is ah goal.....where ah going with this? we-trinbagonians-doh care if yuh score ah "toe-punch" goal, yuh hah the keeper alone to beat, put yuh head down-or keep it up-and try to bust the ball with yuh toe if yuh throway, so what, yuh woulda throway anyway...if yuh flick the ball over ah colombian head in they penalty area, doh wait to get ah good shot,try to bust the ball with yuh toe......ent...yuh feel ah is just a newbie talking ta ta, ask ronaldo, ronaldinho, or them two honduran who ah sure going thru to the semi-final. tha is meh two-cents. ah sure real people-who know football-will agree with me.....

p.s ah sure them coventry fans wouldn't care

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