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Football / Chelsea vs Sunderland
« on: November 01, 2008, 06:50:12 AM »

11 am kickoff

Roy Keane has promised changes against Chelsea - and it could mean a first start of the season for Kewnyne Jones.

Jones impressed after coming off the bench in Wednesday's 1-0 defeat by Stoke.

Craig Gordon (ankle) is still struggling so Marton Fulop is expected to start his third game in a row.

Teemu Tainio, Nyron Nosworthy, Pascal Chimbonda and Grant Leadbitter are pushing for a return to the starting line-up.

Phil Bardsley has a dead-leg but he should recover in time to travel to London later today.

Sunderland (from): Gordon, Fulop, Colgan, Bardsley, Chimbonda, Ferdinand, Nosworthy, Collins, McCartney, Malbranque, Whitehead, Tainio, Leadbitter, Miller, Yorke, Richardson, Reid, Diouf, Jones, Cisse, Chopra, Murphy, Healy, Waghorn.

Football / Sunderland vs Reading, Full match
« on: September 15, 2007, 05:22:18 PM »
for those who missed it, Jones looked superior to the Reading defenders  :o


huge prizes

Football / Sunderland vs Brimingham
« on: August 14, 2007, 07:26:54 PM »
2mrw 15th August
2:45 pm kick off

video link

Football / Keane paying tribute to Edwards
« on: April 29, 2007, 09:07:32 PM »
By Nick Alexander

Roy Keane paid tribute to Carlos Edwards after the winger fired a spectacular winner against Burnley last night.

Edwards struck in the 79th minute to win it for Sunderland, who are now on the verge of a Premiership return.

It was the former Luton winger's fifth goal for the Black Cats since signing for them in January.

Keane said: "Carlos has done well for us, we are fortunate to have him.

"That position was a big problem when I came to the club. Liam Lawrence, credit to him, did well, but I did not see Liam as an out-and-out winger.

"We were looking. I played Liam Miller out there, I played Grant Leadbitter out there, I think I played Dean Whitehead out there.

"We tried different things and credit to the players, they did really well, but we knew we needed a natural right winger.

"When we played Luton here, Carlos stuck in my mind and we thought we'd go and get him, and we are very fortunate to have him."

Sunderland beat Burnley 3-2 at the Stadium of Light to take them back to the top of the Championship.

"The winning goal by Carlos was good enough to win any game," said Keane.

Football / Southampton vs Sunderland ---Full Match
« on: April 27, 2007, 03:44:22 PM »
i know it kinda late buh..

Cricket Anyone / Who agree with me?
« on: April 23, 2007, 09:50:35 AM »
Samuels was payed to get Lara run out  >:(

Football / Pics from Sunderland - Birmingham
« on: February 20, 2007, 06:26:48 PM »

Stern shot

left footed strike by carlos...goal



Stern doin wah he does best..

Yorke Contesting

Stern Shot scraping de post

Football / Observation
« on: January 22, 2007, 02:47:27 PM »
where Gilbert and West Coast gone??!

General Discussion / Patriot on CNC 3
« on: January 22, 2007, 02:35:57 PM »
very informative discussion goin on now

Football / CIC Relegated
« on: October 19, 2006, 05:46:34 PM »
Final Score
CIC 1 : Malick 1

cic take de lead and get too excited....and let down their guard toward the end....shame

and Trinity beat Mucurapo neway
like Compre give dem de game........hmmmmmm

so cic woulda get releg. neway dey had take it

Football / Today SSFL Scores
« on: October 17, 2006, 05:50:14 PM »
i miss de sports news

Football / SSFL Table (10-11-06)
« on: October 11, 2006, 07:12:03 AM »

Football / Todays SSFL Results anyone?
« on: October 10, 2006, 06:11:16 PM »

Football / Pres close gap on Naps, Tigers find scoring boots.
« on: October 06, 2006, 06:53:42 PM »
Pres close gap on Naparima.
By: Mervyn Stewart (Express).

Two late goals by Akeem Marshall and Derwin Lee gave Presentation College a 2-0 win over hosts Moruga Composite in South Zone BG T&T Secondary Schools Football League action yesterday at the Moruga Recreation Ground.
Moruga pressed relentlessly throughout the match, but good defence work by Keon Francis and Jerrelle Lum Kin, backed by good goalkeeping by Terrence Ramsaroop, kept the scoresheet blank.
"Pres" (16 points) are now five points behind leaders Naparima College, who were on a bye yesterday.
Princes Town moved up to 14 points but remained in third position following a 3-1 win over Fyzabad Composite. And at Mahaica Oval, Vessigny Secondary edged struggling St Benedict's College 1-0 to go above them into fifth in the standings.
Tigers find scoring boots.
By: Kern De Freitas (Express).

The St Anthony's College strikers finally found their shooting boots to record their third victory of the season in nine encounters, when they overpowered Trinity College 3-0 in BG T&T Secondary Schools Football League North Zone action yesterday.
Second-half strikes by Kevon Villaroel, Duane James and Jonathan Glenn at the "Tigers'" Westmoorings lair gave them not only full points, but the first time they have won a match by more than a single goal.
The trend for St Anthony's thus far has been to squander chances laid upon a silver platter. And they have been punished for it, with two losses and four draws to show.
If the first half of the encounter was any indication, the pro-Tigers crowd would have been anticipating more of the same yesterday.
Midfielders Mykhael Bain, Jerry Goddard and Villaroel were guilty of improvidence, throwing away golden opportunities to send their team ahead. Their other major obstacle proved to be Trinity custodian Zane Coker.
Coker held Bain's bicycle kick after 22 minutes and three minutes later, Goddard hit over from point-blank range after Justin Highley eluded the goalkeeper.
Trinity's Kyle Texeira nodded a James' effort off the line in the 36th, while Trinity's best chance of the half was volleyed wide by Vikern Hunte in the 40th.
The resumption saw more of the same, but the Tigers played so deep in the Trinity half it seemed unlikely-except from the odd counterattack-the visitors could cause an upset.
Nicholas Hernandez hit wide of the vulnerable St Anthony's College goal seconds after the resumption and within the next ten minutes, Villaroel, James and half-time substitute Qian Grosvenor were thwarted by Coker.
Villaroel finally broke the deadlock in the 60th, collecting from Grosvenor and planting past Coker into the far post.
The Tigers began to smell blood and intensified the hunt and that paid off in the 79th, when Grosvenor brought the ball in the area and played a short pass for James to slot home.
Glenn, who returned to the St Anthony's line-up after injury kept him out for most of this season, banged in the third item in the 81st, after Coker initially blocked Villaroel's shot, then Glenn's first attempt. The victory places the Tigers within two points of Fatima, who were on a bye, in the race for second spot.
Also in the North, unbeaten Mucurapo got their seventh victory in eight matches with a 3-1 beating of St Mary's College at St Mary's ground, while QRC got past Malick 1-0 at their St Clair Avenue home ground.
St Augustine slam Malabar 3-0.
By: Roger Seepersad (Express).

St Augustine hammered Malabar 3-0 at Warren Street, St Augustine yesterday to stay on top the East Zone in the British Gas Secondary Schools Football League.
Daniel Joseph continued his great form, scoring in the ninth minute to put early pressure on the Malabar defence. Malabar keeper Zwade James was slow in coming off his line as Joseph dragged the ball around him, scoring from close range.
Malabar did not have many chances to score, their best opportunity coming from a free kick floated in by Jevon Gentle late in the first half. The ball drifted wide, not troubling St Augustine Keeper Joel Johnson, who had little work to do throughout the game.
St Augustine scored twice in the second half with strikes from Ryan O'Neil in the 69th and Elton John in the 74th minute.
O'Neil's goal resulted from a free kick which he struck low and hard to beat James.
A mix-up in the Malabar back line resulted in an easy goal for O'Neil which sealed the one-sided victory.
In another East Zone fixture, El Dorado struck late to salvage a point as they drew with Hillview College at El Dorado ground.
After an early goal by Leonado Reyes in the second minute, Hillview had to settle for the draw as they did not take full advantage of their chances, Leonado Reyes missing a penalty that could have sealed their victory.
San Juan also emerged victorious against Toco, defeating them 4-1 in San Juan to remain second in the East Zone.

Yesterday's  SSFL results:

North Zone [/b]

St Anthony's 3 (Kevon Villaroel, Duane James, Jonathan Glenn) v Trinity 0

Mucurapo 3 (Kevon Piper, Jayrome Smith, Al Mohammed) v St Mary's 1

QRC 1 v Malick 0

East Zone

St Augustine 3 (Daniel Joseph 9th, Ryan O'Neil 69th, Elton John 74th) v Malabar 0

El Dorado 1 v Hillview 1

San Juan 4 v Toco 1

South Zone

Vessigny 1 v St Benedict's 0

Princes Town 3 v Fyzabad 1

Moruga 0 v Presentation 2

Football / Todays SSFL Results
« on: October 04, 2006, 05:30:59 PM »
Final Scores
Fatima 6 : Trinity College 0

CIC 1 : QRC 1

Source : EX - Caribbean Game Freak Representative


they had promised a top prize of $20,000 US ....which was never seen or won by anyone!
Infact..nobody ever won any top prize or any money .
The Finals were scheduled to take place in UWI on SEp 4th 2005...and they were never seen

So if any of allyuh ever see a Fifa tournament in the mall that have neting to do with Caribbean Game Freaks,,,DO NOT PARTICITPATE or u just wasting $100

These people promising top prizes that they cant deliver and just makeing money off of poor innocent people!
i rel vex

think about how much money dey make off of people nah!
$100 per person

4 venues,, 2 dates for each venue
approx 30 per venue...$100 per person
about $24000

and dey still ggoin around..under different names  ( E- Sport being one of them)

Football / Germany vs Portugal
« on: July 07, 2006, 07:46:44 PM »
2morrow @ 3:00 PM TT
Go Portugal

Football / Betting Taking place now!
« on: July 05, 2006, 09:44:23 AM »

no jokers
dis is serious betting

KandiTT is the designated Bookie

Football / Italy vs Germany
« on: July 03, 2006, 04:49:31 PM »
Live @ 3:00 PM TT time

Football / Trinis in Action (1st July 2006)
« on: July 01, 2006, 05:59:47 PM »
Player            Team       Opponent     Notes
Avery John       NE Rev.    NYRed Bulls    84
Scott Sealy        Kansas     Chicago Fire   Started:- 72min Bench

Football / France vs Brazil
« on: June 30, 2006, 09:10:36 PM »
Kick-off @ 3:00


2006 World Cup - Germany / England vs Portugal
« on: June 30, 2006, 09:09:44 PM »
Kick-off@11:00 AM

England taking dis match


Todays Official Line Ups ---

ENG                                              POR
1. ROBINSON Paul                   1. RICARDO
2. NEVILLE Gary                    5. FERNANDO MEIRA
3. COLE Ashley                           (C)7. LUIS FIGO
4. GERRARD Steven                  8. PETIT
5. FERDINAND Rio                   9. PAULETA
6. TERRY John                           13. MIGUEL
7. BECKHAM David (C)             14. NUNO VALENTE
8. LAMPARD Frank               1 6. RICARDO CARVALHO
9. ROONEY Wayne              17. CRISTIANO RONALDO
11. COLE Joe                               18. MANICHE
16. HARGREAVES Owen                19. TIAGO

Football / Quarter Final ----Semi Final Predictions
« on: June 28, 2006, 10:24:44 AM »
Semi-finalists WILL be as followed


De Final go be BRAZIL vs GERMANY

and i feel Germany taking it!

Football / Switzerland vs. Ukraine
« on: June 25, 2006, 07:50:34 PM »
2morrow @3:00 PM on TV6/ESPN

Football / Italy vs Australia
« on: June 25, 2006, 07:49:47 PM »
2morrow @ 11:00 AM on TV6/Espn2

Football / Time to put dis to rest
« on: June 20, 2006, 07:52:38 AM »
PPL everybody pondering about what is going to happen if we come out equal with sweden....nobody know
it all over de bloody radio...........
here it is
quoted from fifa rule book 2006

If two or more teams have equal points after all group stage matches, positions will be determined by FIFA rules:

1. Greatest number of points obtained in all group matches.
2. Goal difference in all group matches.
3. Greatest number of goals scored in all matches.
4.Least amount of goal conceded in all matches
5.Drawing of lots to determine place
6.Coin Toss

« on: June 18, 2006, 09:12:46 PM »
Rooney to start as England fiddle the middle and front

Daniel Taylor in Baden-Baden
Monday June 19, 2006
The Guardian

Sven-Goran Eriksson has confirmed Wayne Rooney will start England's match against Sweden tomorrow but the coach is considering a more radical alteration that would see an angry Steven Gerrard sit out the final group game.

Rooney was asked to partner Michael Owen in attack yesterday during England's final training session in the Black Forest before heading to Cologne, while Owen Hargreaves took the place of Gerrard in midfield. Eriksson also considered playing Tottenham's Jermaine Jenas in place of Frank Lampard, but in the end stuck to his assertion of Saturday that he would change no more than two of his starting line-up for a game England do not need to win.

Football / More drama
« on: June 16, 2006, 07:30:05 PM »

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