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Football / Something to make you guys laugh....
« on: June 19, 2006, 09:58:24 AM »
I saw this yesterday and I thought it was funny


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIeIWkK0t4s&search=evolution%20dance

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2006 World Cup - Germany / Paraguayan honour vs T&T hopes
« on: June 19, 2006, 08:53:09 AM »
Hi Guys,
I read this article on fifa

http://fifaworldcup.yahoo.com/06/en/060618/1/7tql.html

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Football / Photos from Sat at Trinidad and Tobago Association
« on: June 13, 2006, 04:05:11 PM »
Hi Guys,

As you would have known I was looking at the match from the TTA in London. It isn't much but wanted to show off a little Trini. Let me see if I can do this correctly


 :angel:

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Football / The nerve of these reporters.....
« on: June 12, 2006, 03:16:01 PM »
HI Guys,
Just read this article and I don't undestand why it is hard for these people to respect us. FOOTBALL IS NOT MATHS famous words by Don Leo

http://home.skysports.com/worldcup/article.aspx?hlid=394311&CPID=4&clid=114&lid=&title=Harry:+Start+with+Wayne

Harry: Start with Wayne.
By Paul Higham.


Harry Redknapp would start with Wayne Rooney up front for England against Trinidad & Tobago, and would also give Theo Walcott a run-out.

The Portsmouth manager believes that Manchester United marksman Rooney could do with an hour against the Caribbean side, who he believes should be no match for England's star-studded line-up.

Although Rooney has not played since the end of April with his now famous broken foot, he is now back in full training and Sven Goran Eriksson has hinted he may take the field against T&T.

Redknapp says that if Rooney's injury has fully healed he should start the game against The Soca Warriors, as it would be the ideal time to get some match action under his belt in a game England should win comfortably.

"If he's 100 percent, and they're saying he's fit, then you'd look to get an hour into him," Redknapp told Sky Sports News.

"And if you're going to do that then you start him, and then an hour would bring his fitness up a level.

"Then, I'm sure we'd be qualified after this game, you'd give him an hour against Sweden and then get him ready for the knockout stages.

"So if he's fit then he's ready to get some action I would have thought.

"It depends how fit he is but if they think he's ready then you couldn't have a better game as I'm sure we're going to dominate. So getting an hour into him would bring his fitness levels on an awful lot and would do him good."

Redknapp understands any concerns Sir Alex Ferguson might have in Rooney returning to action, but says that it is out of his hands as a medical issue.

"I don't know how fit he is, that is the question. If he's fit to play then he's fit to play.

"I can understand where Alex is coming from for sure but it's a medical decision and if they're saying there's no problem with him then you need to get some fitness into him for the later stages, and this is an ideal opportunity."

Redknapp would also like to see surprise inclusion Walcott given a game against the Caribbean outfit.

"Again, if you're going to play him and you want a look at him this could be an ideal opportunity with 25 minutes or so left to go," added Redknapp.

"Maybe Rooney would go off after an hour with us three or four up, which I think we should be, and then maybe you could bring Walcott on for the last half hour if he wants a look at him.

"He may as well watch him, he's never seen him play. It would be a good opportunity for Sven to watch him play.

"We're on a different level to Trinidad, just because they got a draw with Sweden people are saying it might be tough but it's not a tough game - you couldn't wish for a better game."

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General Discussion / Football could kill you!
« on: June 12, 2006, 06:22:17 AM »
2 drop dead during World Cup game
Susan Mohammed Monday, June 12 2006
Newsday

TWO FOOTBALL fans collapsed and died in their homes in South Trinidad on Saturday while watching the Soca Warriors make their World Cup debut in Germany, police reports said yesterday.

Acting Assistant Superintendent of Police, Ronald John, of Point Fortin; and accountant and preacher Vishnu Lall, of Palmiste, near San Fernando, were both pronounced dead at hospital, police reports indicated.

Both men are suspected to have succumbed to heart failure, investigators said.

John, who was attached to the Special Anti-Crime Unit of Trinidad and Tobago (SAUTT), fell ill at about 3 pm while watching the game at his home at 71 E Street, Fanny Village. He was rushed to the Point Fortin Area Hospital where he was pronounced dead by Dr Kumar.

Point Fortin Member of Parliament Larry Achong yesterday described John as a distinguished police officer and an outstanding member of the community, who was active in culture and sports.

Achong said, “Point Fortin has lost a very prominent citizen. Point Fortin is in a state of shock. It is really a sad day for Point Fortin and he will surely be missed.”

Lall of Kathleen Crescent, Block Four Palmiste, also died after collapsing at his home during the football match, police said. Lall was pronounced dead at the San Fernando General Hospital where he was rushed by his relatives for treatment.

He was described as a pastor and an accountant of Innovative Security Technologies Ltd, of Cipero Road, San Fernando.

Relatives of both men were too distraught to speak to the media yesterday.

Autopsies on the bodies are expected to be performed at the San Fernando mortuary today.


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2006 World Cup - Germany / Please Help
« on: January 24, 2006, 07:24:48 AM »
Hi Guys,
I know that I have not been on for a while but I have really been busy but I do think that I could make the weekend game on the 10th so I wanted to find out what arrangement are been made for TNT citizens in the UK for tickets allottment. I heard about what they are doing in Trinidad for tickets or do you think it is okay for me to get one of my family to get the ticket for me is that allowed as they are taking your passoport no. etc. Also anyone has accomm for the weekend there

rasajoy  :angel:

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Hi all,
I wanted to find out how do I purchase ticket for the game or should I buy it through the English allotment. Someone help please

rasajoy :angel:

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2006 World Cup - Germany / Ticket and Accomm from London
« on: December 13, 2005, 04:40:20 PM »
Hi guys,
Any information on ticket purchase and acc package from England

rasajoy

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Football / FIFA blank Bahrain appeal.......
« on: November 21, 2005, 05:33:53 AM »

From gulf news paper
 
Fifa reject Bahrain plea on disallowed goal 
MANAMA: Fifa turned down the Bahrain Football Association's (BFA) appeal against Hussain Ali's disallowed goal in the 2006 World Cup finals playoff clash with Trinidad and Tobago at the National Stadium.

The BFA discussed Fifa's decision at a meeting at its premises in Riffa, chaired by president Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa.

The association, however, refused to give details on what transpired at the meeting, which was held on Saturday.

Bahrain's Ali scored the goal after kicking the ball out of the hands of Trinidad and Tobago goalkeeper Kelvin Jack in second-half stoppage time on Wednesday.

But Colombian referee Oscar Acosta disallowed the goal under controversial circumstances.

Trinidad, who were held 1-1 by Bahrain in the first-leg at Port-of-Spain, won this decisive match 1-0 courtesy of a 49th-minute header from defender Dennis Lawrence to gave the Caribbeans a 2-1 aggregate win and a berth in next year's World Cup finals in Germany.

The cancellation of the goal by Acosta sparked unruly scenes on the pitch and in the stadium.

Bahrain players also pushed the referee around resulting in a red card for defender Hussain Baba.

A section of the packed house threw seat covers and water bottles on to the field. The spectators' reaction was, however, condemned by the BFA.

Bahrain's 53-year-old Belgian coach Luka Peruzovic had indicated after the match that the association would study the video evidence before a decision to lodge an appeal to Fifa was made.
 
 
 

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Hi Guys,
rasajoy here
If anyone is planningon going to Germany from the UK can you let me know, I will be here until August so I believe that I can manage to go to a few games but if there are folks thinking the same way I am thinking please let me know. I really at least want to the TNT play one game self, I would take a plane for one day just to go.
I am in Essex, my closest airport is Stansted.
Now please if you are considering please include flight, tickets, accomm, transport and food from one night, two nights, three night etc.

Oh by the way found this website http://www.opodo.co.uk concerning flights......

also wanted to find out about visa requirement from either trinidad and in my case I am not resident here but voluntary worker here, what do I do?

rasajoy
 :angel:

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Football / Celebration in POS ah add some pictures...
« on: November 16, 2005, 01:22:02 PM »
Trinidadians clad in their national colors - red, white and black - took over the streets of the capital Port-of-Spain, jumping, screaming, and crying over qualifying for their first World Cup on Wednesday.
Trinidad and Tobago beat host Bahrain 1-0 in Manama to win the two-leg playoff 2-1 on aggregate.

"I am overwhelmed. This is history - Trinidad and Tobago, we going to Germany, Oh God!" said David Frederick, a 37-year-old construction worker.

Thousands of people left work after the victory, and were celebrating on nearly every corner in the capital waving their country's flag. Some gathered in pubs, while motorists punctuated the carnival-like atmosphere by blowing their horns.

The twin-island nation of 1.3 million is only the second country in the English-speaking Caribbean to qualify in the tournament's history, after Jamaica's Reggae Boyz in 1998.

Nutor Blair, 30, a Guyanese man celebrating the victory outside of a pub and holding a Trinidad flag, said: "I am Guyanese but a win for Trinidad is a win for the Caribbean."

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Football / Any one can translate..... one day to go
« on: November 11, 2005, 09:40:33 AM »
Hi there,
I just read on http://www.goalzz.com/main.aspx?c=1497 that there are many more stations showing the matches online on the 12th Nov. Can anyone explain and probably help me to with this ???

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Football / You are my eyes and ears... 2 Days to go
« on: November 10, 2005, 01:06:45 PM »
 :applause:
Hi guys, rasajoy here make sure that you all who are going to the match, please cheer for me and clap and shout and scream for we team. Please be my ears and eyes on 12 Nov at the Staduim.

Rasajoy ;D

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Football / TNT it is now or never ... 3 days to go
« on: November 09, 2005, 03:33:11 AM »
 Hi Guys, Well it is now or never to Germany. And just three days to go. I am taking this opportunity to countdown and asking everyone to remember to say a real prayer for our country and players. There is so many talks all over the place here and elsewhere, but let us make it our duty on this site to be the voice of total support for our team. I am not getting to see the match as it happens, may go onto 195.5 or Fifa minute by minute but I am really in support. Forget these people who coming on to talk crap against we team, forget them and let us look forward. Women do have zeal for thyey country too. Also, despite the results and I have to say this let us continue to support TNT football whatever the results of these two matches.

rasajoy :bringiton:

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Football / I must admit somethings guys......
« on: November 06, 2005, 06:44:53 AM »
 :'( Hi Guys, rasajoy, I am a little anxious about the match, I had a dream last night that the games were tied 1-1 all, bahrain scored first and then we replied but it was a tense game but then it was another tie in their country. Now please help me by reasurring me what would happened in both cases. And then build my faith up once again, because that dream was not a dream that I want to have for TNT

Go TNT all the way

rasajoy

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Football / We going to win with - lets have it........
« on: November 03, 2005, 04:46:34 PM »
Hi guys,
I hope I am not the only gal in here but I wanted to get you in on this, all kinds of words to describe how we are going to win. We doing this one for the boys for the next few days. Please join me


rasajoy  :applause:

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Football / Let's start the prayer- 13 days to go with poll
« on: October 26, 2005, 03:15:02 PM »
 :challenge: Hi guys, rasajoy here, I am asking everyone whether christian, muslim, atheist, buddist or what ever you believe to post a prayer here. It is time to stop all the guessing and figuring out and let's prayer for our team. And in the process prayer for our country too. I am in the Uk right now and I am really wanting Trinidad to come through this and finally make it to the world cup. I believe it is possible and I believe that prayer does work look at the last match with Mexico. So I endorse you support

Rasajoy

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Football / They already predicting with polls all over the internet
« on: October 25, 2005, 07:05:12 AM »
Hi Guys, I am rasajoy orginally from trini in London for a year and really excited about how TnT doing and I am confident of our victory once we keep the boys inspired and focus, as I support that we should not take on Bahrain mind games, there are many european football groups are predicting that we will win check out http://www.soccer365.com/EUROPEAN_NEWS/Match_Previews/page_127_107603.shtml

I try to read up all I can on this site about what is going one. I am happy that the coach is sticking to his plans, we need not worry too much about Bahrain stragegy, they need to play extra games..... :-\


rasajoy

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