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Football / My Last Day in Egypt
« on: September 26, 2009, 12:37:56 PM »
Ladies and Gentleman...what can I say...this is my last night in Cairo Egypt and i'm getting ready to head over to the airport. flight leaves in 3 hrs back to New York. I had the time of my life over here..but nothing topped going to see the warriors represent in Alexandria......Yeah. I know we lost and lost by a lot, but even so ..everyone I spoke to over here was impressed by the Trinidad and Tobago team. 

Leh meh tell allyuh something.... if allyuh feel we in Trinidad does be accomodating to other fans in the Hasley Crawford Stadium, we have nothing on the Egyptian people we met over here.  It was just me and de wife, and we were suppose to have been seated in 1st class with other Trini supporters, but it did not happen that way.
Getting into the stadium was hell and we ended up sitting in the heart of the Egyptian madness. The stadium was loud and packed, but members off the Eygptian police ushered us to some available seats, real good seats I might add, but a bit uncomfortable as we were the only 2 there wearing we Trini Shirts and flags.  But in the end we had nothing to worry about, 3 police officers stayed with us.  The only uncomfortable moment for us really was when a woman wanted to tell my wife to hush after Trinidad score. When de goal score we started to jump up and carry on, wifey say she was jumpin up too and the woman wanted she to hush..nex ting ah turn around and big arguement going on while I still celebrating....The police run over by the woman tell she shut up and the Egyptian crowd start tuh pong she too....ah doh know what de ass they was saying to she, but the poor woman stay quiet for the rest of the night.  She chirren even came over to us after the game and say they want we tuh beat Italy bad!!!
From where we sat I only see about 3 other Trinis down below and around them was empty, my guess is that was where we where suppose to be. 

I have to run now, but will come back to give more details on the game and the players. Met a few of them and met some of the staff as well while in Alexandria and in Cairo. Have some good pics too.. 
All in all we lost, but from the atmosphere here the team don't have to feel that bad , they gave a good showing and missed some good opportunities to score but I for one, am very proud of them.  Heading to the airport now...will post some more info when I get back to New York.......lataz

Football / Under 20 in Egypt (tickets).
« on: April 25, 2009, 06:00:11 PM »
Peoples...... have a quick question.... I will be in Egypt during the under 20 World Cup, and was wondering how I could go about getting tickets to see T&T play.

Your help would be much appreciated

Football / New york Crew
« on: June 27, 2006, 09:27:40 PM »
When we sweating again?

leh we organize something nah!!!

Jokes / Hardest
« on: April 12, 2006, 09:48:46 PM »
He still aint get pick :rotfl: :rotfl:

General Discussion / Converting to DVD
« on: March 27, 2006, 10:54:56 PM »
I know this is ah football forum, but ah just have an quick question.  i appreciate any help
I'm looking for a way to convert some games to DVD files.  How can i go about this?
What is some ways to convert them?


Football / Bahrain players and fans no class
« on: November 16, 2005, 11:59:05 AM »
The fans and players have no class

iz goal in deh a!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Football / my take wha allyuh tink?
« on: November 13, 2005, 03:45:45 PM »
my account of the Soca Warriors on the 12th is this

They were all nervous, nobody wanted the ball.
you have three defenders on yorke, latapy, and john at times and still no one could be found open.
There were times during throw ins Avery john was screamin for someone to step up.

I think no one wanted to be responsible for mishaps.  how many times Lawerence and Andrews had to play back to Jack to dump it out.
the midfield was scared to step up. 

Latatpy had to be taken out because of his yellow card situation.  He probably would have been taken out even if he played good, not to risk him for the other game, the most important game.

Bahrain scored a good goal, but they are not a good team. 

A lack of professionalism was shown by the Warriors, the intenisty and the moment got the best of them and I think nerves really played a role in the outcome. 
It looks as though Bahrain played their game, don't expect anything better than how they played. That's it for them

T&T need to work on their nerves and step up now, cause is do or die.
They could do Muuuuuuch Better!!!

Football / Question!! ah need allyuh help
« on: November 11, 2005, 09:20:34 AM »
I'm fairly new to this site, so I don't know if allyuh cover this already.

but ah trying to get some video footage of old t&t games, especially the days of the Strike Squad.
Ah trying tuh start meh lil collection.
I would appreciate it if someone can help me.
anything from Downloads or video tapes, dvds.  tanxxxx!!!!!

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