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Football / Adrian Narine - Did he get a call up to the senior squad?
« on: September 08, 2010, 07:23:03 AM »
I heard something from a butt..errr and he stated that Narine got called up for teh senior squad from Latapy but i did not see his name mentioned for any of the upcoming matches, can anyone confirm this call up:?

I have a few jerseys so my money tied up and i'm offering a trade, message me if you're interested

Football / Encouraging words from a great Italian player.
« on: June 22, 2006, 02:36:59 AM »
I've been following AC Milan as long as i can remember and one of my favourite players there was Daniele Massaro so i was reading an interview FIFAworldcup.com had with him about his thoughts on the Azzurri and i was so glad when i saw this answer to one of their questions, this really does show that we have come far.

Which team has surprised you the most so far?
Trinidad and Tobago have brought colour and warmth but they also have a good team. They were more than a match for both Sweden and England.

Check the whole interview at http://fifaworldcup.yahoo.com/06/en/060619/1/7unn.html

Football / FIFAworldcup.com declares captain Yorke a Motivator
« on: June 08, 2006, 10:21:55 AM »
FIFAworldcup.com have categorised the 32 team captains with Yorke fitting into the motivator role.

Veterans - Been there, seen it, done it
Role Models - Models of excellence
Organisers - The art of organisation
Motivators - Leaders on the park
Goalscorers - The men who lead from the front

Experienced, well-respected, and typically among the country's finest footballing ambassadors, only a chosen few are awarded the badge of honour that is the captain's armband. These men are natural-born leaders, whose influence on the pitch can prove even more important than their contribution as players. 
The art of captaincy

The captain's role can take many forms, but one of the key ingredients is the ability to keep a cool head in a crisis, boosting team-mates' morale and making them believe they can turn things around. Good captains never shy away from a battle, and never let their heads drop, no matter how bleak things may seem. The ability to motivate, and bring hope and encouragement to those around them are priceless in the white-hot atmosphere of a FIFA World Cup™.

Juan Sorin, Pekerman's right-hand man
Having captained Argentina's U-20 side to victory at the FIFA World Youth Championship in 1995 under Jose Pekerman, Sorin was the automatic choice once his former mentor was given the senior national team job. Sorin's versatility enables him to adapt seamlessly to any position on the left flank, and his fierce will to win makes him a key figure in Argentina's bid for glory this summer in Germany. The gifted left-footer also played a prominent role in club side Villarreal's recent charge to the UEFA Champions League semi-finals.

Mark Viduka, voice of experience
As one of the most famous Australian players of all time, it came as no surprise to see coach Guus Hiddink award Viduka the captain's armband previously worn by Craig Moore. Following a glittering club career spanning clubs in Croatia, Scotland and England, the 30-year-old marksman is delighted to be leading out the Socceroos on his first-ever appearance on world football's biggest stage.

Stephen Appiah, a force of nature
It may be Ghana's first-ever FIFA World Cup finals, but captain Stephen Appiah has already accumulated a vast store of international experience. A member of the Black Starlets side that won the FIFA U-17 World Championship in 1995, Appiah's strength and determination have made him the undisputed leader of a Ghana team looking to take Germany by storm this summer.

Savo Milosevic, veteran frontman
Just two games short of completing a landmark 100 appearances in the colours of the former Yugoslavia and later Serbia and Montenegro, Savo Milosevic's experience ensures that he, and not Mladen Kristajic, is his country's first choice as captain in Germany. The Plavi will need all of the 32-year-old striker's know-how in one of the toughest groups in Germany.

Dwight Yorke, a special talent
The gifted forward’s finest moment came at former club Manchester United, with whom he lifted the Champions League title in 1999. At 34 years of age, this summer's tournament will be Yorke's first-ever FIFA World Cup finals, and you can be sure that the T&T captain and coach Leo Beenhakker's "special player" will be up for the challenge.

Name the only goalkeeper to ever win the "European Player of the Year" award. The hint is there, the first letters in his first and last names.

L_ _ Y_ _ _ _ _

The player's name is G.... ..r..

Football / Football DVDs
« on: February 10, 2006, 09:00:47 AM »
I have a partner who sells football DVDs, the list is below so if you are interested, the cost is $35.00 per DVD.

Maradona Victim or Villian

Maradona 120 goals

Maradona 7 years in Napoli


Ronaldinho ( in Spanish only though )

Ronaldo legend in the making

Thierry Henry 100 goals

Dennis Bergkamp 100 goals

Worlds best world cup goals  1966 - 1986

Best players of the 90’s  ( includes baggio, romario, batistuta,and more )

Giants of Brazil ( pele, zico , socraties, romario etc )

FiFA World Cup 1930 -  1962

FIFA World Cup 1966 - 1974

FIFA World CUP 1978 - 1986

FIFA World Cup 1990  -  1998

FIFA World Cup 2002

Euro 2004

Dutch World Cup Stars (includes Johan Cruff, Van Basten, Guillit, Rikkard and Ronald Koeman

I would like to hear the answers from the forumites on this particular topic because clearly there are a lot of people who don't know football and want to fight football.

Football / Who is the world's best free kick specialist???
« on: November 19, 2005, 06:50:08 PM »
Someone just quoted one of my posts and said that Beckham is an amazing player and the best free kick taker in the world. I'm wondering if that person is slow, simple or stupid or an ass, a marble or a string or the ass that tried to balance the marble on the string. My choice for best free kick specialist is Pernambucano Juninho of Brazil and Lyon.

Football / I know why the players didn't go back to their clubs
« on: November 19, 2005, 03:17:21 PM »
I was in the Zen last night and they were all liming there, most were in V.I.P but a couple came down on the lower level and Whitley even came on stage and talked. He definitely needs to be schooled if he has to make it on the world stage, he reminded me of Chanderpaul when he was interviewed. :beermug: :beermug: :beermug: :beermug:

Pictures in the airport and Dinsley junction. Big up Stern and Jack, both out of Trincity.

Football / FOOTBALL/SOCCER FACT - The number 16
« on: November 13, 2005, 08:31:18 PM »
In 1973, T&T was so close to getting to the cup and were denied, 16 years later in 1989 we were again so close and denied again and this time 16 years later in 2005, we are on the verge again. This time we will not be denied. BIG UP T&T warriors and here we come Germany. We might finally see a T&T flag on soccernet when they reporting on a match involving us instead of a damn football.

« on: November 13, 2005, 10:43:16 AM »
I fed up typing, i woke up and logged on one time, no brush teeth wash face nothing so i now going and do that and eat breakfast so i'll leave you all with one request, let's all join together and say a prayer for our team. UNITY IS STRENGTH AND STRENGTH IS POWER. Here we come Germany Warriors at Heart and on the field....O ooooh OHHH OH OH

Football / What do you all think of Carlos Edwards?
« on: November 13, 2005, 07:42:15 AM »
Carlos Edwards was a waste of time and all the jacks in the stand giving him support when he do a lil 'beat' and don't go anywhere but into a Bahrain 'jam'. The announcer said the crowd was 24900 something like that, he should have asked the question How many people here for the first time? or Who is Trinidad's captain? and see how much out of the attendees would have known. I was lucky to get a ticket so i was down there again and that crowd was just poor during the game, all they were studying was 'liming', they had the most energy to jump up to Maximus, Destra and the rest but when game start, they just there and when Carlos do a shit beat they cheer and get up then when he get jam they just sit back down. As one man put it, "We're a good times crowd"

Football / Who say Jack, T&TFF and LOC are as*holes
« on: November 11, 2005, 10:42:41 AM »
I was 20ft from the ticket booth since before 6am in Arima and still didn't get tickets, looks like i watching football on my tv tomorrow >:( :( >:( >:(

Tomorrow in the stadium will be one set of band wagonist, while the game going on, they will be chatting and they somehow get tickets to buy and without even joining a line. PRESSURE!!!

Football / IS Frank Lampard the best in the world right now??/
« on: November 02, 2005, 07:00:18 PM »
I have been watching Lampard and the things he has been doing for Chelsea and i think there's no player who can match him right now, i don't like Chelsea or Mourinho but you must give Lampard props, he has definite class. If he and Gerrard could perform at the top of their games together for England at the world cup, they could give some people trouble.

« on: October 23, 2005, 08:41:11 AM »
I have brand new original football jerseys from most international clubs and countries, prices range from $300 - $375. Pics of a few that i have in stock right now

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