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Football / Re: 'A dream come true' Ato Boldon,
« on: June 17, 2006, 06:03:53 AM »
Yes I am a waggonist.  I have a contract with CBS which said I had to be in Sacramento, California on June 10th to call the NCAA championships - which makes more TNT history whether or not some of you clueless ones know it, since no-one with a TNT passport has ever done national sports broadcasts in the US.  This is year 2 and counting.  So yes, I missed the most important game in history. You think I was happy to miss TNT v SWE?  It's called being a PROFESSIONAL.  Where does the the England game rank, then? Steups.

I have been in Germany since that time, and front and center for ENGLAND v TnT, and I am here until we are eliminated, IF we are eliminated.  So if unbreakable committments means 'waggonist', then sure....but please doh make me laugh like I now reach, all yuh who have no clue whatsoever.  You have no idea how many years I have been going to TNT games - all over the globe. At least 10!  Ask Dwight. 

I dunno why Trinis so, nuh, I really don't. Perhaps you can suggest what behaviour exactly would point to me being a waggonist, besides missing a game that I was 7000 miles away from and could not be at?  You see me sharing stages with the Warriors?  Making appearances with them?  At any TTFF thing? Press conferences?  Stupid arse.

Glad to see the usual idiots will jump at any chance to make a disparaging comment.  Ignorance is bliss.  Stay happy.

I for one was glad to see you out with us on the Wednesday and at the game as well. 

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Football / Re: U Need help ???? 2 Countrys VS 1
« on: June 17, 2006, 05:49:32 AM »
Hate that Yorke have SMS to he´s English friends and ask them to kick us Sweden....
Thats really sad!!  So u need help from other country. 2 teams against 1. Not funny.  Only thing u had to do was to work harder the last 9 minutes against England.


You still feeling the pain from the draw?

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Football / Re: U Need help ???? 2 Countrys VS 1
« on: June 17, 2006, 05:47:05 AM »
Hate that Yorke have SMS to he´s English friends and ask them to kick us Sweden....
Thats really sad!!  So u need help from other country. 2 teams against 1. Not funny.  Only thing u had to do was to work harder the last 9 minutes against England.

You still feeling the pain over the draw?

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2006 World Cup - Germany / Re: FRANKFURT POSSE GOING TO PARAGUAY GAME
« on: June 17, 2006, 05:36:20 AM »
If you're travelling to Kaiserslauten on the day of the game, you will get a discount on your train fare if you show your match ticket. Local transport in Kaisealutern will be free.

I'm sick to miss this game after being there for the first two. Have a great trip.

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yeah...they catch he on camera twice...

i also saw Stacy from the NAtion in she warriornation t shirt...

im very surprised ppl werent wearing their wn gear

My WN shirt was for Friday and Sunday. on Saturday it was my TNT shirt and flag.

Left my WN bandana at home but will be wearing it against England.

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2006 World Cup - Germany / 2 X CATEGORY 1 TICKETS FOR T&T - ENGLAND
« on: June 11, 2006, 10:24:42 AM »
My partner has two tickets available, can be collected in London or Germany. PM me for details.

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2006 World Cup - Germany / Re: Meeting in Dortmund
« on: June 07, 2006, 05:47:46 AM »
There is also the Angostura event at Limericks which starts at noon, with Maximus and Destra.

Lord, I was thinking that this started after the game. Got to be the best place to start and end the day.

Thanks for the update, E-man.

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2006 World Cup - Germany / Re: Meeting in Dortmund
« on: June 07, 2006, 05:46:37 AM »
There's supposed to be a fans zone with a big screen at Westfalenhalle. Could be the place to lime and catch the England v Paraguay game before heading off to the stadium.

Lord, I was thinking that this started after the game. Got to be the best place to start and end the day.

Thanks for the update, E-man.

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2006 World Cup - Germany / Re: Meeting in Dortmund
« on: June 06, 2006, 06:16:12 PM »
There's supposed to be a fans zone with a big screen at Westfalenhalle. Could be the place to lime and catch the England v Paraguay game before heading off to the stadium.

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I arrive in Dusseldorf on Friday morning and leaving on Sunday. I was intending to get the train over to Dortmund for the Friday night party.

If my plans change I'll be certain to look out for you all.

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Lawd Lawrence legs thin boy.

Who is the WN member?

Her name is Stacey Hazel from Diego..

She left T&T for WC last sunday...

 She gobe a broke when she done. ;D
Yuh only live once breddah...besides, you doh know how deep her pockets are.

Or who pocket she in?!  ;D

Just got back from Prague and it seemed as though there were only 3 Trinis there.

I met Stacey after the game when we were waiting to see the players leave the stadium, she's as nice as she is pretty. Took a load of photos and will put some on the site once i get settled.

There may not have been many of us but at least Warrior Nation had two people over there. Were there any others that we missed?

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Got back from Prague an hour ago and my Sweden ticket was waiting for me.

Red Sector, Block 30, Row 6, Seat 31.

I see there's a few people nearby. We have to make some noise.

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Highlights on now for those in the UK. That is if you could bare to watch it.

Thanks for the shout. It's painful but I have to watch it.

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Football / Re: TICKETS FOR THE CZECH REPUBLIC
« on: May 29, 2006, 06:07:35 PM »
E-Man,

Thanks for the links giving maps and directions to the ground.

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Football / Re: TICKETS FOR THE CZECH REPUBLIC
« on: May 29, 2006, 03:05:56 PM »
I never heard anything back from the TTFF but the Czech FA inform me that tickets can be bought at the stadium on the day.

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Football / Re: Pan petition?
« on: May 28, 2006, 05:42:30 PM »
I'll definitely put my name down.

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anybody get it on oxford street yet? ??? is lilltwhites printing them wit the adidas print?

ah comin down tomorrow so i wha no if to pass thru tomorrow b4 i come to watch the game

I was in Lillywhites on Tuesday afternoon and they had to phone the Adidas store to see when the shirts were coming in. The store would then send Lilliywites' order to them a few days later.

On the same day Soccer Scene in Carnaby Street said that they were expecting them on 5th June but I wouldn't rely on that.

Best alternative option is to wear your Warrior Nation shirt for now and pick up the team shirt in Germany.

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Football / Re: Haitian robbery… T&T cheated W/Cup spot.
« on: May 25, 2006, 05:44:14 PM »
i would like to see those goals...
until then i find it unfair to say that the over ruled goals were bad decisions..cuz i never see de goals...

Why do you think the referee and one of the linesmen were both banned for life?

Unfair my ar*e.

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Football / Re: Like NOBODY want to go Man Boo anymore
« on: May 14, 2006, 06:29:33 PM »
everyone going chelsea for money.... not passion for the game....  we are not interested in money sucking players....

lol Man u men callin other teams rich-boys and ting, dat real funny.

It made me laugh too.

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Football / Re: Help settle this argument...
« on: May 12, 2006, 06:40:28 AM »
Juninho has a great reputation in Europe at the moment but I'm surprised that nobody has nominated Ronaldinho.

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Nice one Flex.

Beenie answer some of those questions with a straighter bat than Geoff Boycott on a run chase.

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Football / Re: WARRIORS ON THE FIELD
« on: May 04, 2006, 06:06:54 PM »
Nice one, E-Man. That was a great read.

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Football / Re: UK Warrior Nation Sweat-May Bank Holiday Weekend !!
« on: May 03, 2006, 05:51:17 PM »
28th May but it is possibility of moving it to th weekend after if there going to be quite a few people here from Trinidad and the US

Don't forget that the Warriors are playing in Prague on 3rd June.

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Football / Re: T&T flag flying high over North London (pics)
« on: May 02, 2006, 09:51:33 AM »
Nice one Jay. That's getting the job done.

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Football / Re: LONDONERS, TIME TO SPY!!
« on: May 01, 2006, 06:08:32 PM »
Sounds like a good trip but I'm off to Prague to see the Warriors play the Czech Republic that day.




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There is not a single Trini in London that I know that is not supporting Trinidad not one dam one.

Same with me. All teh Trinis I know are supporting the Warriors.

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Football / Re: What? Latapy injured?????
« on: April 28, 2006, 07:00:48 PM »
Check the link below coming from Falkirk and Proud.

Every thing should be cool.

http://www.socawarriorssc.com/swonline/smf/index.php?topic=14126.msg143160#msg143160




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its difficult to think that neither england nor sweden getting into second round...

All it takes is a draw against England or Sweden and a win against Paraguay could lead to qualification to the knockout statges.

Winning the first two games would be my first choice but, realistically, draws are possible. Paraguay is our best chance for a group win and never stop believing that we will still be in with a shot at progressing come 20th June.

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Football / Re: Marvin Andrews to move to Gretna?
« on: April 25, 2006, 08:09:02 AM »
Gretna are one of the few Scottish teams with serious financial backing and have a lot of ambition.

Dog could be part of an amazing journey. A nice way to end your career.

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Football / Re: Police deny claims of Wenger-Davids tunnel bust-up
« on: April 25, 2006, 07:59:40 AM »
There is an unwritten football law that says you stop playing when a player(s) is down on the field due to some injury.  Carrick saw what happened...paused and decided to continue play.  Davids continued on knowing full well that 2 Arsenal players were down.  Actually...everybody paused when the incident occurred.

It is the ACCEPTED and SPORTING way to stop play when that happens...regardless of whether it is 2 players from the same team or not.

Lest people forget....Several years ago...Kanu playing for Arsenal scored a goal in similar fashion i.e. he kept on playing while everyone else stopped.  Going strictly by the letter of the law...the goal was legal and the referee pointed to the spot.  Wenger promptly apologised after the game and insisted to the English FA that the game be replayed as Kanu claimed he wasn't aware that he should stop.  The game was replayed and Arsenal went on to win anyway....but the point is that Wenger strongly believed back then and obviously to this day in fair play.

Palos

This is the first time I can't agree with you. Yes there is an unwritten law to stop play when a man is down, but only for a serious injury or a knock to the head.

This was an ordinary collision between two team mates with no obvious sign of a bad injury, in fact one of the players got to his feet only to go back down to ground in the hope of getting the play stopped. Arsenal themselves refused to stop play last week when Villareal players were prostrate on the ground, the claim being that the Villareal players were feigning injury.

Football is a man's game but you see too many professionals falling to the ground and rolling around as though they had been shot when a minimal amount of contact has been made. If a game was stopped every time a player went to ground it would not be worth watching as any attacking moves would be halted by a wave of players falling to the ground.

Games should only be stopped if there is a serious injury to a player and the referee is in the perfect position to tell if this is the case. In my experience, when it comes to an obviously serious injury, team rivalry is forgotten and players will always stop the game to allow for quick treatment to a fellow professional. 

Saturday's draw has probably killed of Arsenal's hopes qualifying for the Champions League through their league position and Wenger knew that. An Arsene (I did not happen to see that) Wenger under pressure gets rattled easily and for years Alex Ferguson, and more recently Jose Mourinho, have been able to exploit that fact. He gambled with his team selection and didn't get the win. No complaints and concentrate on reaching the CL final.

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