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Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Re: Any West Coast Lime
« on: August 15, 2010, 11:22:38 PM »
bay area, boss.

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Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Any West Coast Lime
« on: August 10, 2010, 08:31:46 PM »
I'm on the west coast and looking for a lime this weekend

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Football / Semi Fimal Lime NYC
« on: July 04, 2010, 12:28:26 PM »
Do the NYC crew have a venue for the semi final lime?

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2010 World Cup - South Africa / Re: World Cup Pick
« on: June 08, 2010, 05:00:26 PM »
SPAIN :beermug: :beermug:

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Football / Re: Forget Rooney, magical Messi is the world's best
« on: April 06, 2010, 04:15:53 PM »
MESSI  :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy:

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Warner performs U-turn to back England’s WCup bid
23 minutes ago
 

Buzz up! 1 PrintLONDON (AP)—FIFA vice president Jack Warner has apologized for denigrating England’s bid to host the World Cup in 2018 and says British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has convinced him to back the campaign.

Warner, who is a powerful member of the 24-man FIFA executive committee which will decide the 2018 and 2022 hosts in December 2010, had dismissed England’s bid as lightweight during a visit to London last month.

But now Warner, who is also president of CONCACAF, says “it is England’s time” having not hosted the tournament since 1966.

Warner told Saturday’s editions of the Daily Telegraph newspaper after meeting with Brown in Trinidad that he made “the most convincing case I have heard so far … I am sorry if people thought I was being destructive.”

Updated 23 minutes ago
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 26. Posted by Web Fri Nov 27 12:27am EST Report Abuse
I am English but live in the US. Id love it to go to UK but we got the Olympics I agree with the poster who said Holland should get it. They have been a perennial power and I think its only fair they get a wack at it.
My fear about giving it to the US is weather the game will still be going over here then. Sports come and go here pretty quickly and although its doing reasnably now, will the MLS even exist in 2018-22?
Its a valid argument
 25. Posted by edog Thu Nov 26 8:44pm EST Report Abuse
I honestly don't see how the World Cup doesn;t go to England in 2018 and the US in 2022. Makes too much sense and both would be incredibly succesful. Going to Italy-Spain in WC '94 was amazing. Hoping to get to see the US in a WC game on or soil someday.

And gang, CK is a sad indivudual who regularly posts on these boards about how much he hates soccer to get a rise out of people. Think about how dull CKs life must be if he regularly visits stories about a sport he hates to post disparaging comments about it. I seem to remember CK saying he does it for revenge against overexuberant soccer fans who do the same thing to other sports. Let him have his fun - he doesn't speak for all Americans. MLS may not yet be an incredible success in every market or one of the best leagues in the world, and the US national team still has a ways to go before it is a legit world power, but soccer has certainly found a large niche and there are legions of huge soccer fans in this country. That is a demonstrable fact, so the sooner we drop the inferiority complex and ignore the Jim Rome's of the world, the better.
 24. Posted by Joe Heatley Thu Nov 26 8:26pm EST Report Abuse
hahahahahahahahahahaha to the comment below me

PS:i am canadian too
 23. Posted by Tron Thu Nov 26 5:44pm EST Report Abuse
Canada World Cup Champs 2018. Believe that!
 22. Posted by tg3acep Thu Nov 26 3:27pm EST Report Abuse
CK- you are the reason the rest of the world thinks Americans are all arrogant pricks. "We Americans" ? Speak for yourself jackass, I'm American and would love for the world cup to be in the states. Soccer/Football has gained more popularity each year, and the fans are becoming more passionate. Also you should take note that every article you have commented on disrespecting soccer, not once has anyone agreed with you. The more you hate it, the more we love. So keep it up!
 21. Posted by cc Thu Nov 26 3:23pm EST Report Abuse
This is going to be a great world cup..... i hope the U.S. national team doesnt choke again like it did againts Brazil....... they will forever be knowned now as the biggest chokers in Confederations Cup finals hahahahah............ they are so weak, wish the U.S had a better national team =( these guys suck ass
 20. Posted by frederic Sat Oct 10 10:18am EDT Report Abuse
Football/Soccer is the best sporting event around and eventually will be embraced by Americans once the hating morons disappear!
 19. Posted by tt6811 Fri Oct 9 7:05am EDT Report Abuse
EPL is the best league. La Liga or whatever is not interesting because in Spain on two team (R.Madrid and Barcelona) are great and champions while in Germany and Italy threre are also 2 team only while in England u can see the competition very strong and the top six or eight got a chance. Accept the facts and stop arguing. Enjoy the game, the players and the acceptance in the world of football.
 18. Posted by TA Thu Oct 8 8:54pm EDT Report Abuse
let us hope for a Ukraine victory on saturday . they almost beat England when they played them at Wembly . La liga is the best leaque headed by the Champions leaque champions Barcelona.
 17. Posted by Samson Thu Oct 8 5:32pm EDT Report Abuse
ecko0572 ....WTF are you talking about I attended the WC games in 94, and u beaners only showed up when Mexico was playing, the Final was played in Pasadena and the whole crowd was Brazilian and Italian with a few Americans, wondering whats going on? dont try to take credit for attendance records and the only reason Mexicans show up at games against the US is because the tickets are really really and I mean really cheap, sometimes they go for as little as 8 $$, I doubt Mexicans can afford tickets to WC games in any country.
 16. Posted by will c Thu Oct 8 3:05pm EDT Report Abuse
CK,

Who's we?
 15. Posted by will c Thu Oct 8 3:02pm EDT Report Abuse
What an ignorant statement to make. Does he actually believe that the English are more passionate about soccer than the Germans or the Brazilians or the Italians? Clueless in LA.
 14. Posted by ecko0572 Thu Oct 8 2:50pm EDT Report Abuse
USA 94 broke attendance records because of Mexicans. Have you seen the crowd that shows up when USA plays Mexico on US soil? It looks like a home game for Mexico!
 13. Posted by Dan Thu Oct 8 2:31pm EDT Report Abuse
Even if MLS is still staggering along as a minor league, there's no doubt that World Cup '94 paved the way for its existence. It still has the attendance record despite being a 24-team tournament. And there are plenty of soccer fans in this country who will pay to watch top-caliber competition - there was huge turnout over the summer to watch teams like Barca and Man United. The national team's lack of consistency is irrelevant.
 12. Posted by Brian W Thu Oct 8 9:03am EDT Report Abuse
Until the USA can become a perrenial World power in Soccer we shouldn't be trying to bring the World Cup back to the US! The last time we hosted the World Cup, it didn't do much to promote the sport here in the US! I think it is because the US team has not reached the level of play that the rest of the World enjoys and it is hard to back a loser going in!!
 11. Posted by COPAmundial Thu Oct 8 6:52am EDT Report Abuse
USA will get the World Cup. FIFA will kiss our *ss for the IOC ignorance.

-IOC will lose 225 million dollars in TV rights by giving the games to Rio instead of Chicago

-IOC may lose 65% of major sponsors from the USA.

Congrats with the blind voting dumb *ucks, you lost at least 500million. IOC knew right away they *ucked up.

FIFA will give USA the World Cup....USA should return the favor and tell them to *uck off.
 10. Posted by KavinP Thu Oct 8 6:42am EDT Report Abuse
belgium-netherlands could be a nice location for a world cup. plus netherlands is one of the all-time great teams of the sport, and have never hosted a world cup. otherwise, i think the bids by australia and qatar are also interesting... they both have the infrastructure and money for the stadia. the 1994 cup went smoothly, so the U.S. would be a good choice too... but they might not vote for it only because 1994 was only 15 years ago. i bet they go for australia.

yeah i think one world cup in europe and one outside sounds accurate. so it may come down to belgium/netherlands vs. england vs. spain/portugal, and australia vs. u.s.a. vs qatar.
 9. Posted by StarMan Thu Oct 8 6:29am EDT Report Abuse
Hosting a World Cup would be a nightmare for Americans? I suppossed you feel the same about the Olympics... from a perspective where it would stimulate the economy of the cities that host the event you'd be absolutely dead wrong.

Most Americans that I know would rather watch a worldly/international event like the World Cup in lieu of something like a national final (i.e. baseball's World Series - clearly this name should be changed).
 8. Posted by davide Wed Oct 7 10:04pm EDT Report Abuse
England should host the 2018 World Cup, Everything is in place now. Beside the last time the world cup was played in England was in 1966, its about time it went back to the home of football.
 7. Posted by C K Wed Oct 7 9:37pm EDT Report Abuse
Hosting a World Cup here would be the worst nightmare for Americans. We hate this sport and the last thing that we want to see in person and on TV is soccer.
 6. Posted by ecko0572 Wed Oct 7 7:16pm EDT Report Abuse
They no longer rotate continents. So a back to back World cup in Europe is possible.
 5. Posted by The Canuck Fan Wed Oct 7 7:03pm EDT Report Abuse
The only persuasive figure FIFA cares about now that they've given AFrica and South America the WC is the Pound/Euro/Yuan.

mORE MORE MORE!

how do they like it? how do they like it?

They certainly can do two Euro WCs in a row, but they likely won't.
 4. Posted by kid sensation Wed Oct 7 6:23pm EDT Report Abuse
ecko,europe can't host the WC twice in a row. 2022 will most likely go to the U.S.
 3. Posted by ecko0572 Wed Oct 7 5:08pm EDT Report Abuse
Pele Obama

England 2018, Spain 2022.
 2. Posted by Erick Wed Oct 7 1:28pm EDT Report Abuse
Yeah very true. From the way some of the news was covered to, most citizens of Chicago didn't want to have to Olympics there. That's should be enough for the committee to not want to host the Olympics there.
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Football / Re: WHAT A TEEF!!
« on: November 18, 2009, 06:39:53 PM »
Shxt happen, I get stuff like that happen to me everyday at work. If we get over Jackass tiefing the world cup players  money, we'll get over this.  Goooooooooooo France

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Football / Re: Warner to expose Caribbean football
« on: October 05, 2009, 02:59:43 PM »
Hate or not, the man has done a lot...for Trinidad, the Caribbean and the region

So  did Hitler. Germany came of a recession of the 20s. Don't the the jew that he did a lot  :devil: :devil:

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Football / Re: TTFF coach local academy
« on: September 24, 2009, 05:59:27 PM »

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FAQ & Crew Meet Up. / Labor Day in Atlanta
« on: August 27, 2009, 06:21:09 AM »
What's happening in Atlanta for Labor Day? ??? ???

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Football / Re: Players eligible for Trinidad
« on: August 19, 2009, 12:22:18 PM »
Any Brazil/Trini or Dutch/Trini player?

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Football / Re: Thread for the 2009 Gold Cup Games.
« on: July 10, 2009, 06:32:26 PM »

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ah just see highlights of Mexico coach kicking out he foot (and hitting) some Panamanian name Phillip(s), high comedy, dey say de both ah dem get ejected, me eh understand why de player get rejected though.
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The coach knew what he was doing. FIFA need to ban him for a year. What is stopping a coach from telling his two players on the bench, to run on the field punch two opponent's players. To make a long story short; eleven playing nine  ??? ??? ???. If Latapy uses this strategy against Mexico, USA, Honduras at home and Costa Rica away.

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Football / Re: Confederations Cup Thread
« on: June 25, 2009, 07:22:57 AM »

Poor job Spain. Goals win games, and Spain didn't put them away. Capavilla dunce; defender should stand his grounds, instead of winey on Atidore ass.



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General Discussion / Re: Happy Father's Day!!!
« on: June 21, 2009, 09:04:41 AM »
Happy Father Day to the soccerwarriors' dads

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Football / Re: T&T vs Mexico performance.
« on: June 11, 2009, 08:16:33 AM »
Congrats to Carlos, Tinto, Chris and Ince. You all played with a lot of heart.

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Football / Re: Warriors arrive in Mexico City
« on: June 09, 2009, 03:55:39 PM »
Formation  9-1-1  ;D ;D ;D

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Football / Re: Shake-up in Under-20 team’s technical staff
« on: June 05, 2009, 06:19:13 PM »
STEUPS!!!!!!

Anton is like a fvkin virus!

You mean SWINE FLU   :devil:

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Football / Re: Maund's father defends his son's switch to the USA
« on: March 14, 2009, 07:10:24 PM »
When TTTF can pay for people children education tuition, then people can talk. I would have done the same thing.

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Football / Re: T&T U-20s to join Pro League
« on: March 14, 2009, 06:56:12 PM »
I said this in Germany to LP in Mannheim. I also recommend this we form an academy, and have U17 play in the Intercol, and the U20 Pro League. U17 should have a mini tournament in January against Haiti, Jamaica, Cuba and Barbados. Most of these countries would be coming off their high school competition would provide some match experience.

Good night people.

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Football / Re: Favourites for SA 2010
« on: February 14, 2009, 03:32:16 PM »
Spain
Brazil
Argentina

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Football / Re: Positive Messages to our warriors.......
« on: February 13, 2009, 07:17:39 AM »
LEARN LEARN LEARN.

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Football / Re: Yorke allows friendship to cost Warriors win.
« on: February 13, 2009, 07:16:45 AM »
If your coach gave you instruction, you follow. The coach should also have change the formation to a 4x5x1 to crowd the middlefield. Slowdown the El Salvadorian should have been our main focus in the last 15 minutes.
Import a Backline, quick.

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Football / Re: TTEC qualify for Super League series
« on: January 25, 2009, 07:55:04 AM »
I went home last week and saw a double header. Coaching school vs Georgia, and a player got his leg broken in three places. The incident happen in the second minute and the player wasn't taken to the hospital until the second half. There were not ambulance on site, and I sat hearing the man screaming. I do not know what bush league they running down there

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Football / Re: Kanoute Palestine Support in the Copa del Rey
« on: January 08, 2009, 07:40:37 PM »
Kanoute can do what he pleases, ONCE it not in sighting a riot.
 Remember 1968 Olympics when US track and field stars protest black inequality by raising a black gloved fist.
If someone dictating when you eat,get water, bath, have electricity for years, and you have rockets, you'll fire the shit at them. Hamas won a democratic election and because US and Israel don't like it, so they blockade Gaza.
If US staving your family and say NO Carnival in 2009 in Trinidad you'll do the same. The bling bling we all buy in the Big Apple, the Israeli get them South Africa back in the days of apartheid and today in the Congo,and the rest of Africa.

Happy New Year fellas.

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Football / Re: Jones eager to wear T&T colors again.
« on: November 18, 2008, 06:11:38 PM »
If he eager to wear the jersey, let us buy him one ;D ;D ;D

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Football / Re: Your Greatest Football Memory!!!
« on: November 03, 2008, 05:20:37 PM »
Sweden vs T&T  0-0, and someone saying"The game was better than sex."  ::) :joker: :rotfl: :rotfl:

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Football / Re: De best football ground yuh ever play on.
« on: November 02, 2008, 03:41:09 PM »
In Trinidad:
1.Carib
2. Witco
3. Forest Reserve

USA:
1. Little Italy Eastside off FDR
2. Caton

Germany:
Mannheim Army Base

Jamaica:
NONE

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Football / Re: Dwarika is back!
« on: November 02, 2008, 03:31:08 PM »
Very good answers. Remember me, when the game come up, and you will get your ticket :cheers: :cheers: :cheers:

5 reasons

Jamal appointed in charge ah d youth program. D new definition of d Peter Principle. He call 4 d return of Nari

Dumbtist eh have a clue his goal is 2 have d biggest player pool in history

TTFF eh have a plan so dey eh realize dat Digicup is 2 groom yute players 2 c who could step up

JP men must rule d national scene so Nari get a recall

D TTFF do a reverse Mcain dey give up d yute argument while Mccain give up experience 4 yute.

ttcom PM meh go tell u how I go collect meh tickets. I say tickets because I go need plane tickets as well

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Football / Re: Dwarika is back!
« on: November 01, 2008, 08:03:40 AM »
Is T&T football option that bad, or we trying to turn the side into a Over 35 fete match team. If anyone can give me five valid reasons why we have to resort to this level of desperation, and I will buy the next US vs T&T ticket in the US. for you.

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