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Football / Re: Levi Garcia Thread
« on: March 15, 2020, 10:12:40 AM »
Very Nice display of Offense, will most certainly help in attack. This was always evident, although I thought with our team, he should have had more passes when he was not as successful in penetration. Now how is his defense, has that improved. Cause our Ntl team seem to also have a major problem there. We obviously need players who can play both sides of the field.

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Football / Re: TTFA News Thread.
« on: March 13, 2020, 12:50:23 PM »
Good time to reflect, get your house in order, review,brainstorm, organize and plan for whatever the future brings. 
"Luck is a matter of preparation meeting opportunity."
Lucius Annaeus Seneca

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Football / Re: TTFA News Thread.
« on: March 12, 2020, 03:01:06 PM »
Technical Chairman and Senior Men’s Head coach hold cordial meeting.
TTFA Media.


TTFA Technical Committee Chairman, Keith Look Loy, and Senior Men’s National Team Head coach, Terry Fenwick, met this morning. The meeting was cordial and productive.

Fenwick agreed that the supervision of national teams by, and accountability of national coaches to, the Technical Committee is a necessity.

Look Loy, on behalf of the Technical Committee assured Fenwick of the Committee’s support and guaranteed the facilitation of senior men’s team plans. In this regard, a meeting will be held Monday March 16th between both officials, senior men’s team management and National Teams Director, Richard Piper, to define operational protocols.

Further, TTFA advises the public that Technical Director, Dion La Foucade, has long accepted the oversight to be exercised by the Technical Committee over his work.

In summary, therefore, the Technical Director pursues developmental objectives, while national coaches lead our teams into competition. The Technical Committee supervises both areas of work.

The TTFA hopes this statement clarifies the division of labour in technical matters and puts to end any lack of clarity in the minds of all concerned.

William Wallace
President
TTFA




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Football / Re: Terry Fenwick Thread.
« on: March 12, 2020, 11:46:32 AM »
Kei­th Look Loy and Terry Fenwick both have valid points/reason.

Fenwick wants him alone to contact foreign players because he is the head coach but Look Loy decided to contact a couple (Moore & Deleon) because he knows their father very well and did so without letting Fenwick know. But his intentions were good.

Richard Piper apparently is dragging his feet as far as passport goes.

Noah Powder should have a passport because he played for T&T at youth level, unless it expired.

Hope they patch things up and get along with business because they started off very good.

Let everyone do their jobs they were hired for and if for some reason they need help, then of course you seek it from the other members.

They have to work as a team and respect each other position.
Roles should be identified but I think we should work with our strengths and senior members of the committee should be in a position to encourage foreign internationals players to pursue a passport if they have a connection with them or their family.

It's a matter of making them eligible for selection and widening our player pool. Then it's up to the coaching staff to select who they want based on game(s) and player performance. All players should know that they're not guaranteed selection just because they possess a T&T passport.

I do think everything should be transparent and it don't have to be the coaches job to solely contact foreign internationals.
I kinda agree, otherwise we don't need scouts and contacts. Yet it must be clearly defined. Didn't Lawrence speak to Birchall ?

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Football / Re: Terry Fenwick Thread.
« on: March 11, 2020, 11:39:22 AM »
Thanks Flex. Not as serious as I thought. Best to get duties clear sooner rather than later. However, Fenwick sometimes volatile responses scare me.

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Football / Re: Terry Fenwick Thread.
« on: March 11, 2020, 09:51:38 AM »
ffs, all-ready ?

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Football / Re: TTFA News Thread.
« on: March 09, 2020, 12:05:05 PM »
Oh gorm La Foucade, yuh jes reach ... relax a lil bit and grow into the role?
Jeezanages, what's with the friggin egos. if is not twenty things is another twenty..

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Football / Re: Scouting for Soca Warriors, the Thread.
« on: March 08, 2020, 02:38:22 PM »

For the short term: John Bostock, Nick De Leon


Bradley Wright-Phillips is 34 but is still scoring a lot of goals in the MLS, might be a good for the short term?



He will be 35 next week. I doh think it make sense to run he down, plus I don't think he's eligible to represent T&T In the past he has turned down invitations from Grenada and Jamaica.
I got that Flex was just using Bradley as an example to include Bostock and Deleon in our short term quest. Not as a suggestion to court Wright-Phillips. Anyway I’m not sure I will agree at this point, since they didn’t make the commitment with Hart.

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Football / Re: Terry Fenwick Thread.
« on: March 08, 2020, 12:59:16 PM »
Exclusive Terry Fenwick Interview: On taking Trinidad & Tobago back to winning ways | EXTV
ExtraTime Tv Release


Extra Time TV's Andre Sooklal sits down in a very frank discussion with former Tottenham, Queens Park Rangers and England man Terry Fenwick.

Terry has recently been appointed the coach of the Trinidad & Tobago men's national team and  is now tasked with attempting to restore the team from one of its lowest moments in History.  Andre and Terry go deep into conversation about what he plans to do!

Video: - Exclusive Terry Fenwick Interview: On taking Trinidad & Tobago back to winning ways | EXTV


  :applause: :applause:

Allyuh doh call the coach "Terry the Trini" eh. Sooklal might sue.

The one thing I fraid with Terry and our starboys. They might be to big for bouff. Terry passion and straight talk might come sometimes come across as such. I think Terry means well, but as he said, it's TT, things don't move to fast. Neither Success or Failure. Although I do seriously think that more efficient approach is absolutely necessary and immediately required, in all aspects of society. Well he show his card, is it up the potentials to show theirs.

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Football / Re: Aubrey David Thread
« on: March 07, 2020, 02:55:25 PM »
  :cheers:  :chilling:

The financial incentive doh is really to offset expense as per transport (travel : Quitey-quite in both Trinidad and Tobago) as well as other maybe un-forseen sacrifices (eg loss of wages from job, regardless of football related or not; Encouraging proper Nutritional advice and incentives, etc ).

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Football / Re: Aubrey David Thread
« on: March 06, 2020, 01:28:54 PM »
Talking about slow, did anyone see the Saprissa v Impact game last night ? Aubrey David game ? Thoughts ! I think pace is a deceptive  issue when a team is able to control properly , hold formation and make accurate passes. Opposing players closed down, no panic by offensive player, just a casual knock to the open offensive support. That's technical ability. What we have a talent, what we don't have is football technical ability. What that game lacked was creativity and offensive aggression. Yet one must consider Impact seemed to play for the tie, still their goalie had to make 2 crucial saves. That's his job and he did it well. What pace did Aubrey have to display ? None, imo. He ALWAYS had support.

Thierry Henry either before the 1st leg or just after it (I think before) had very good things to say about Aubrey's coach. He liked what he viewed as 'borrowings' from Pep in the team's identity and idea of how to build play. But, that's the fruit of a LOT of work on the training ground. Clubs have that time.

Of course, you are referring to a different "pace" than what lefty was referencing in the other thread ... nonetheless, the highlighted is generally irrefutable. The problem, however, in the experience of the NT is evidence of altering playing speed and rhythm to control matches. Holding formation and making accurate passes consistently across changes in rhythm is elusive at NT level.
What are your thoughts of why this is so ? Given that most of the selects do play in leagues/teams where this is so predominant.

An easy go-to response would be to say it's because the teams don't have much time to work with during international match windows, but that's not the response I'm going to give you.

I don't think that it's a reality that impacts all teams evenly.    a. Certainly player quality is a factor for any team but the qualities/characteristics of players in certain positions and roles is influential. Who is in central midfield matters.  Who are his outlet players matters.  What they do with the ball matters.  To be able to adjust how the game ticks, these players must dictate play. They have to impose rather than merely respond. And dictating play is a function of a team's ambition in advanced areas of the pitch. On the first score, I would say Hyland is a player inclined to be imposing. But,  he's been placed into several scenarios where he has had to make sacrifices for the team.  Regardless,  all of our recent coaches have been faced with prioritizing the balance to be struck in midfield and that balance has tended to tip towards defensive balance rather than offensive balance. From there it's clear that this impacts ambitions in the final 1/3 and frequency of chances.

Other considerations:b. domestic training games and prep matches do not sufficiently present opponents playing at the heightened/variable tempo that would in turn cause the NT to be effectively challenged to trigger the necessary  changes in speed and rhythm that are triggered by opposition tactics. Generally these matches  in terms of offensive considerations are probing affairs ... looking for vertical seams,  nothing more, aside from his okay is built.

Offensively dictating requires possession and you know our history and challenges with maintaining possession. 

Appreciate your in depth analysis
Would you say
a. 1st Team Selections and Tactics.
b. How about maintaining a available local select pool of trialists (not necessarily always the exact selects. ~25 selects) to monthly attend weekend camps (with a small expense stipend - maybe sw.net can partially sponsor such.~$5 TT a mth/member), under the supervision of the NT coaches and bi-monthl(every 2 mths) test against the leading Pro-league team at the time. Open to public at a small cover charge

Am I off track here ?

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Football / Re: TTFA to drop Soca Warriors name
« on: March 06, 2020, 12:18:53 PM »
Melville coined the nickname Soca Warriors, in 1998, during a senior men’s match between TT and El Salvador in USA. The name took on a life of its own with people all over the world calling the team Soca Warriors as compared to TT.

I still contend that this is NOT true. The Soca Warrior was the name of a 1989 album by Swallow.

Look how you reach to mash up de dance and disturb the peace.  :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

*Paging Tallman*...new attorney and general to represent the TTFA.

I was also thing how is he so certain that name wasn't used before? Maybe Swallow can sue Selwyn now :devil:

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Football / Re: TTFA News Thread.
« on: March 05, 2020, 01:59:49 PM »
"Wal­lace al­so said there was no kitchen at the fa­cil­i­ty and there­fore they will at­tempt to have their youth teams, use the dorms, or try to part­ner with a com­pa­ny to see how it can be uti­lized. “The build­ing is up but we have to find a way to uti­lize it. In terms of project mon­ey that we were sup­posed to have to the tune of $2 mil­lion is now down to $109, 000 at this point in time, and we have not re­ceived our FI­FA mon­ey yet which is for op­er­a­tions. The Board is dis­cussing ways we can move for­ward, once the build­ing can be used, whether it’s a prof­it-shar­ing arrange­ment, I don’t know that we have the ex­per­tise to run a ho­tel,” Wal­lace said."


Hate to say ppl were warned...Yet all kinda bodies attended the farce of Grand Opening and no one saw what Wallace and staff seeing now ? Doh talk about the lack of inventory and thiefing  of equipment. And we wonder why the society in the state it in..- We have successful ppl setting crooked examples to the youths. I pray this admin- that's a lot of ppl - would not be tempted and give in, as a few previous admins obviously did. Even if we have to band our belly, skip some events and take some licks for a few years. When we surface permanently, the whole country would be proud and develop a better self esteem. Of Course, there will always be some measure of deviants. Hopefully less around the game we love.

smh.. Can barely maintain, but we can build. Spoke to the maintenance crew at CCCan last year. 4 ppl to do cleaning the whole pool building during and after events, 2 guys and 2 girls. They had to lift and carry the garbage over 500 yards away. I counted 8 administrators in the office, awaiting questions and to provide service. Build. how the Lara build going.
ps: the maintenance staff and security personnel did and wanted to say more, but asked me to keep things on the low, as they were afraid of losing their jobs. I already gave the story about the police checkpoint .

ref: http://www.socawarriors.net/forum/index.php?topic=1508.msg975722#msg975722
each body overseer the hotel. And all associations share the expenses, cause left to football alone, we’ll we know how that goes.. el

maxg, while you making sense, I see this hotel as DJW plaything. Another center of "excellence" scenario.
Many people like expensive playthings, very few can manage them to a profit or well. Can he keep the hotel operationally successful, can he put ppl in the rooms at their expense and not ours ? As i said swimming is going to cover 1 month. Having a nice hotel to hold our National football camps is great, but how is it going to make money to cover those National camps. This is not a Ma & PA bb we talking about, it's a thing that will require year round staffing and operations. 80% of Operations and occupancy may have nothing to do with football . Staff can't be hired by month or event...the only way this will be viable for our National programs, is if the Hotel can operate at a profit, regardless of how nice it look or wonderful location to stadia.

ps: MzTing graduating in Tourism and Hotel Management, but given how ppl does get pay, i not recommending her at all. ;)                           

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Football / Re: TTFA News Thread.
« on: March 04, 2020, 11:58:10 PM »
Wallace outlines the good, the bad and the ugly about the TTFA.
By Inshan Mohammed.


President William Wallace, in his first 100 days in office, has been making a positive impact since taking over the cash-strapped Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) last November and, is determined to take Trinidad and Tobago football up to where is should be oneday.

Today, at the Queens Park Oval in-front of the media and staff members. Wallace spoke to the general public through its own media director Shaun Fuentes and gave a full breakdown of the problems that is hurting the association and how poorly things have been running in the past.

However, all was not bad news as there was some good stuff the president revealed concerning T&T football despite, facing a $50million debt. He said that they've acquired a few more sponsorship deals that will be disclosed in due course. The president said that some of the sponsorship money will be geared towards bringing back the FA-Cup and the restructuring of the Super and Pro Leagues respectively.

Wallace, who seemed to be in good spirits outlined that there were a lot of rackets surrounding the TTFA including an illegal National Insurance System (NIS) loan which was taken out anonymously. Wallace also touched on the poorly constructed Home of Football hotel project that is yet to be in operation because of bad project management.

Click Here to listen his full press conference.


:( :'( :-\ :praying:

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Football / Re: Scouting for Talent Thread
« on: March 04, 2020, 11:56:15 PM »
WATCH: TIPP North America Director Sean Powder gives AN insight into the Talent Identification Programme

<a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/Jn010pHI98E" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/Jn010pHI98E</a>
:chilling: :applause:

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Football / Re: Scouting for Talent Thread
« on: March 04, 2020, 01:03:14 AM »
Who is this bloke? Is he a Trini coaching in England?

Big Marv go be turning & twisting in he King Sized bed  ;D . . .All these none locals go be repping the T&T shirt soon.

Must admit it has taken a minute to get used to changing nature of the international game.

As long as we get our BEST representatives on the field of play I'll be 'appy.
Nothing New..Just a Promotion actually. maybe someone remember and was happy with his work. hope he doh sue for work done then, now and supposedly in the future..Accounts go be frozen over like ah Quebec winter snowstorm   ..  :devil:

 from 2012
https://www.socawarriors.net/forum/index.php?topic=56986.30#quickreply

Positive start to North American combine.
By: Shaun Fuentes (TTFF).


Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation Technical Director Anton Corneal expressed a sense of optimism following Sunday’s combine for North American-based players at the Old Boys High Field ground in Brooklyn, New York.

Staged in conjunction with the Champs Soccer Academy and the Central Brooklyn Soccer Federation, a total of  eight players eligible of representing Trinidad and Tobago at the Under 17 level and thirteen  Under 12 players, were present at the two-hour session which was witnessed by Corneal. This was Corneal’s first overseas scouting assignment since taking up the position of technical director earlier this year.

Trinidadians Anthony Lambert, Dario Trujillo and Dr Michael Hamlet were instrumental in setting up the combine through their affiliation with the Champs Soccer Academy which is home to several players from the Caribbean that are based in the Brooklyn area in New York. Lambert is the CEO and director of Champs Academy while Trujillo is the regional senior vice president and also a youth coach within the academy.

Corneal sees potential and praised the efforts of the Champs Academy and Central Brooklyn Federation.

“I thought it went well for a start. We are very pleased to see that this is being organized in the United States because it gives players an opportunity to know that they are not being left out. It is only going to grow and I pray that the groups up here will get together and see this as a way of them looking forward to us coming here and vice-versa,” Corneal told TTFF Media.

Corneal added that in future players from other age groups will have the opportunity to display their ability.

“At another time we will have other age groups for boys and girls in the Under 15s and Under 20 age groups and players eligible for our senior team will also get that chance.

This is now going to challenge the players back home because they are no longer the only ones being seen by national coaches.  We probably will not get 15 or 20 players to make up a national team but if we get one or two players then it’s definitely going to be a plus for us.”

Some past national players including 1974 World Cup team goalkeeper Kelvin Barclay and George Romano were also present at the Old Boys field.

Lambert, who holds a  coaching Diploma in both the State and Regional Level from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA), gave the assurance that the relevant information pertaining to US-based players will be passed on to the TTFF on an ongoing basis and he intends to continue a relationship between both bodies.

“The objective of this was to get the players based in the North American area to come out and expose themselves and it’s  a step in the right direction for us,” Lambert said.

“It’s about creating a platform to get the players at the various age groups to come out and showcase their talent to give the coaches from the national teams program to have that opportunity to see the players available for possible national selection.

The kids have that desire and the more opportunity to create for them then the more they will be encouraged to work towards becoming better and giving us the possibility of increasing our pool of players,” Lambert added.



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Football / Re: Aubrey David Thread
« on: March 03, 2020, 02:44:24 PM »
Talking about slow, did anyone see the Saprissa v Impact game last night ? Aubrey David game ? Thoughts ! I think pace is a deceptive  issue when a team is able to control properly , hold formation and make accurate passes. Opposing players closed down, no panic by offensive player, just a casual knock to the open offensive support. That's technical ability. What we have a talent, what we don't have is football technical ability. What that game lacked was creativity and offensive aggression. Yet one must consider Impact seemed to play for the tie, still their goalie had to make 2 crucial saves. That's his job and he did it well. What pace did Aubrey have to display ? None, imo. He ALWAYS had support.

Thierry Henry either before the 1st leg or just after it (I think before) had very good things to say about Aubrey's coach. He liked what he viewed as 'borrowings' from Pep in the team's identity and idea of how to build play. But, that's the fruit of a LOT of work on the training ground. Clubs have that time.

Of course, you are referring to a different "pace" than what lefty was referencing in the other thread ... nonetheless, the highlighted is generally irrefutable. The problem, however, in the experience of the NT is evidence of altering playing speed and rhythm to control matches. Holding formation and making accurate passes consistently across changes in rhythm is elusive at NT level.
What are your thoughts of why this is so ? Given that most of the selects do play in leagues/teams where this is so predominant.

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Football / Re: Thread for Canada vs T&T (27-Mar-2020 and 31-Mar-2020)
« on: March 02, 2020, 07:00:03 PM »
The announcement follows an incredible response by Canadian fans to the 27 March match with all seated tickets selling out in just a few short hours of going on sale to the public and additional standing room inventory sold in the following days. 

Steeeuuupps.. was just considering flying back to Victoria, as I was just there last week. See green grass and get excited. And dem Fans blocking meh with dey 12th man shite ? If ah wasn’t so old ah woulda carry out ah good ole fashion Trini storm in dey tangkalang.  :devil:

Maybe The Los buy extra tkts just in case ?

Add : cue Palos ...

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Football / Re: Imagine Messi and Ronaldo playing for the same Club?
« on: March 01, 2020, 05:15:14 PM »
like I care who better..Fortunately I like football, and get to see good, real good and some of the best players to play the game. Praying for TT to buss all ah dem tail with we nobody players, even if I have to come back in a few lives.  :devil:

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Football / Re: U-20 Women's Team Thread.
« on: February 28, 2020, 05:04:10 AM »
it sad dat we often have to choose between resting starters, losing momentum and d added effect of denting d confidence of d backup players does also be ah factor, not to mention dat d first team does miss d opportunity of a tough test
Absolutely correct about momentum.. Did they need a rest or did they need a tougher test ? Also what about destroying the confidence of the substitutes. A reserve player plays with the top players against any opposition. Resting one or two players for knocks is sensible, but more than half the team... is a not practical imo

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Football / Re: Foreign-based College Players Thread
« on: February 27, 2020, 07:13:51 PM »
I here yuh on all points, I am a big believer in the power of the brain even doh I too am at best average.....uni drop out.....though mih travails dey might have been d early signs of ah recent hydrocephalus diagnosis, I however believe that "smarts" can be coached through scenario building and problem solving exercises to sharpen d connection between mind and body.....before mih body started to suffer d effects of this ting I could really move because in my mind, I could really move, so much so dat smetimes mih body would for some important moments in mih life "forget" dat ah was disabled and did some crazy shit....some of those instances quite literally saved my life......d mind is ah powerful ting truly open it and crazy amazin shit is possible for anybody...we need to open we children minds and dey bodies will follow
:thumbsup: :cheers:

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Football / Re: Foreign-based College Players Thread
« on: February 27, 2020, 05:52:28 PM »
I've said that for years - the pace of the game is too slow and it stood out for me watching local games v the English game at all levels. The technical ability was there for sure.

has our game always been slow or did it creep in, the 2001/2 warriors was us at our peek, even if the wheels fell off and I have good memories of dat team, but the rut set in from there onward, that the 06' warriors made WC was nothing short of miraculous and an underdog story for the ages, I once drew comparison between the coup and the seeming drying up of "natural" talents comparable to yorke, Latapy and such the like thereafter.
Talking about slow, did anyone see the Saprissa v Impact game last night ? Aubrey David game ? Thoughts ! I think pace is a deceptive  issue when a team is able to control properly , hold formation and make accurate passes. Opposing players closed down, no panic by offensive player, just a casual knock to the open offensive support. That's technical ability. What we have a talent, what we don't have is football technical ability. What that game lacked was creativity and offensive aggression. Yet one must consider Impact seemed to play for the tie, still their goalie had to make 2 crucial saves. That's his job and he did it well. What pace did Aubrey have to display ? None, imo. He ALWAYS had support.
but maxg, what about speed of thought and the speed of action based on said thought (Elite Footballers/Athletes in general), our collective game is slow, in ah local game yuh would see ah man take 5-6 touch while spinning seemingly not knowing what he going and do next similarly his teammates would be static standing next to or behind ah play within "interceptive"  range with not even a thought to signal ah free channel or shift positions to open ah channel (The majority of our local professional footballers are slightly above average, in both dedication and commitment, in spite of what many want to believe, not necessarily their fault, could be systemic)), I not talking about foot speed in isolation, we have god given learning computers in we head dat we getting less and less adept at using, seemingly with every advance in tech.... :cursing: many of our kids these day lack pure reasoning skills in most disciplines outside figuring out touch tech and social media. (somewhat agree - again not entirely their fault doh(1))
Just an Opine, without further research on the many variables involved i.e. I don't live in TT, although I played bench in SSFL there. However, I played pickup, community, provincial, National as well as semipro as a coach and player in Canada. Different system. Before injury, my game didn't change, but was not suited for my QRC coach, and was well suited for my Provincial and National coaches here. So system and selection might be 2 such variables. Still I was a Natural doh not a good athlete. We have many natural and good athletes in TT, although not necessarily in the same individual. I saw many very good - above average even - players, only choosing or maybe affording to play pickup.
With the development and training of many of our coaches today, maybe greater direction can be instilled, and stronger more informed National selection be achieved. However, we may not see the benefit for a few years. I have faith, as long as we don't minimize that pool even more by crime and socio-economic exclusion. More variables.
 We still in the whole scheme of things have a relatively small pool, as compared to the football we (armchair critics) are accustomed following and like, through that same sometimes destructive media.

1. https://newsday.co.tt/2020/02/27/activists-schools-fail-todays-youth/

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Football / Re: Foreign-based College Players Thread
« on: February 27, 2020, 04:13:06 PM »
I've said that for years - the pace of the game is too slow and it stood out for me watching local games v the English game at all levels. The technical ability was there for sure.

has our game always been slow or did it creep in, the 2001/2 warriors was us at our peek, even if the wheels fell off and I have good memories of dat team, but the rut set in from there onward, that the 06' warriors made WC was nothing short of miraculous and an underdog story for the ages, I once drew comparison between the coup and the seeming drying up of "natural" talents comparable to yorke, Latapy and such the like thereafter.
Talking about slow, did anyone see the Saprissa v Impact game last night ? Aubrey David game ? Thoughts ! I think pace is a deceptive  issue when a team is able to control properly , hold formation and make accurate passes. Opposing players closed down, no panic by offensive player, just a casual knock to the open offensive support. That's technical ability. What we have a talent, what we don't have is football technical ability. What that game lacked was creativity and offensive aggression. Yet one must consider Impact seemed to play for the tie, still their goalie had to make 2 crucial saves. That's his job and he did it well. What pace did Aubrey have to display ? None, imo. He ALWAYS had support.

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Football / Re: U-20 Women's Team Thread.
« on: February 17, 2020, 11:39:42 PM »
Encouraging result .3-0 vs Puerto Rico U 20

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Football / Re: Michel Poon-Angeron Thread
« on: February 17, 2020, 08:08:21 AM »
So Yes, plus Room and Board ?

Maybe he didn’t need to go St Mary’s.  :devil:

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Football / Re: Michel Poon-Angeron Thread
« on: February 16, 2020, 11:07:16 PM »
Did i see 30 Euros/week ?

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Football / Re: Michel Poon-Angeron Thread
« on: February 16, 2020, 01:11:36 PM »
Impressive. Was also looking for SOG.

His primary position is central defensive midfielder, so maybe de opportunity doh arise often for him.
acknowledged. I would use him as a overlapping left back or mid. Feeling he can be even more dangerous in attack, yet still quick and experienced enough to maintain defensive duties.

Add: as you have more inside info, what's your thoughts ?

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Football / Re: Michel Poon-Angeron Thread
« on: February 16, 2020, 12:02:55 AM »
Impressive. Was also looking for SOG.

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Football / Re: U-20 Women's Team Thread.
« on: February 15, 2020, 12:55:40 AM »
oh oh
Dem had nuff practice lastyear
https://www.flashscore.com/team/dominican-republic/0xzHeZEB/

Meanwhile
https://www.flashscore.co.uk/team/trinidad-tobago/zmxFwVV6/

We building, sorry to say, but with a few girls who ride pine with their barely ranked school teams. Guess we have to start somewhere. I wonder if we could have save some funds and build first then enter tournaments.

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