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What about Track & Field / Re: The Deon Lendore Thread
« on: July 04, 2021, 10:44:48 PM »
To bad he is fit when M Cedeno is injured they probably could have had a good 4 by 4.

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs French Guiana(06-Jul-2021)
« on: July 04, 2021, 10:36:38 PM »
K Molino is the difference maker on this team if I was T Fenwick I would be livid seeing that he made himself available for A Eve and he is not fully match fit and he did not make himself available for the WC even if he was coming off the bench he could have save TT WC.

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Bahamas Game (5-Jun-2021)
« on: June 06, 2021, 01:08:35 AM »
Look Loy dam you dam you dam you :banginghead: :frustrated: :cursing:
what about damn jack and DJW? I feel good to see idiots like you in pain, if you could stay hurting I’d settle to see us losing for the next ten years. What about damn skeen and romany who refused to listen to benhakker, wim risebergen, francisco maturana and Otto fister who all told them to fix the league and raise the standard of play, but instead took offense to foreigners telling them what to do? this bullshit didn’t start yesterday, it’s been decaces in the making and now the fruits of our labor, or lack thereof is bearing.
At least J Warner was hiring decent coach's who knew what they were doing unlike Tim Kee ,D J Williams and Look Loy who was hiring there friends like J Shabazz ,S Heart  ,D Lawrence and T Fenwick know wonder TT football have been going downhill ever since.
listen nancy if you're going to sell a story at least make it believable. jack warner for starters hired one good coach in his whole 25 miserable years of wrecking TT football while filling his filthy pockets., that coach ironically was leo benhakker, he then went on to hire a hand ful of inconsequential coaches who made no significant impact like wim, maturana, latapy and otto fister who got us kicked out in the early rounds of the world cup just like fenwick.

the string of bad results we're seeing today is as a consequence of jack warner's legacy, he has done zero for the development of football not only in TT but in CFU as a whole. as for mr timkee, he achieved in one term what mr warner has failed to do in his years as head huncho, he has achieved our highest fifa ranking where our football was gaining respect again, in fact his legacy lead us to two gold cup semi finals and a world cup hex since 2009.

so go ahead and bad mouth steve hart and fenwick you bloody racist asshole, that would make TT football better. it's wankers like you who have us in this condition because you can't see beyond you bullshit. the disgruntled loud mouth trini know it all syndrome is rife in you, always talking but could never put anything of value into fruition.

and this is why we will suck ass until we get brutally honest with ourselves, it's not bad coaching and tactics that have us in termol, it's our lack of vision and planning that's reaping the terrible rewards of our foolishness. so blame fenwick and hart and the other white men that peeves you, that would make things better now. as for me, i'm hoping someone with vision would rise from the ashes and finally stand up for TT football and change this insidious narrative. amd don't bother to reply mate, i just can't stand you and people like you who blame the misfortunes of this country on people who are trying their best to make a difference while exonerating the real villains, you make me sick in every fiber of my being.
Once you said Leo Benhakker was the only good coach J Warner hired I know you is just another bandwagonist just coming on the site to yap your gums if Russel Latapy never came out of retirement Leo Benhakker would have been another failed coach that came to TT the other coach's was good also.

Tim Kee legacy would be how he put the TTFF in depth by giving all those inflated bogus contracts to his friends D J Williams was wright not to pay them that money and to say TK help get TT to the gold cup semifinals twice you better stop smoking that spliff mate the only time TT reach a gold cup semifinal was in 2000 so get your facts straight mate.

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Bahamas Game (5-Jun-2021)
« on: June 05, 2021, 08:38:04 PM »
Look Loy dam you dam you dam you :banginghead: :frustrated: :cursing:
what about damn jack and DJW? I feel good to see idiots like you in pain, if you could stay hurting I’d settle to see us losing for the next ten years. What about damn skeen and romany who refused to listen to benhakker, wim risebergen, francisco maturana and Otto fister who all told them to fix the league and raise the standard of play, but instead took offense to foreigners telling them what to do? this bullshit didn’t start yesterday, it’s been decaces in the making and now the fruits of our labor, or lack thereof is bearing.
At least J Warner was hiring decent coach's who knew what they were doing unlike Tim Kee ,D J Williams and Look Loy who was hiring there friends like J Shabazz ,S Heart  ,D Lawrence and T Fenwick know wonder TT football have been going downhill ever since.

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Bahamas Game (5-Jun-2021)
« on: June 05, 2021, 07:24:57 PM »
Look Loy dam you dam you dam you :banginghead: :frustrated: :cursing:

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Football / Re: Copa America Thread
« on: May 31, 2021, 05:17:02 PM »
Copa America 2021: Brazil new hosts as tournament moved from Argentina, Colombia
By Adriana Garcia
ESPN


CONMEBOL named Brazil as the host nation of the 47th Copa America on Monday.

The decision was made less than 24 hours after South America's football governing body announced Argentina would no longer stage the event that is due to start on June 13 and last until July 10.

A CONMEBOL statement read: "The CONMEBOL @CopaAmerica 2021 will be played in Brazil! Tournament start and end dates are confirmed. The venues and the fixture will be informed by CONMEBOL in the next few hours. The oldest national team tournament in the world will thrill the entire continent!"

CONMEBOL president Alejandro Dominguez said it was a unanimous decision that the council took to have Brazil as the host nation. He also thanked original co-hosts Argentina and Colombia and stated that opportunities will come along for the two countries to stage events in the future.

Brazil are the holders of the competition, having won it on home soil in 2019.

CONMEBOL cited "the present circumstances" as the reason for Argentina's withdrawal as hosts, with the country having experienced an increase in COVID-19 cases. There were 348 deaths reported on Sunday and 21,346 new infections.

CONMEBOL, reluctant to cancel the tournament for a second straight year after the 2020 event was not held due to the pandemic, acted quickly with less than two weeks to go before the start of the competition.

The tournament involving 10 South American countries, was originally set to be staged by Argentina and Colombia, the first time in its 105-year history to have joint hosts.

Colombia had a request to have the tournament postponed rejected by CONMEBOL and pulled out as co-hosts on May 20 due to social and economic unrest in the nation.

Lionel Messi's Argentina are scheduled to open the tournament against Chile on June 13, while Brazil begin their title defence against Venezuela one day later.

South American teams are also preparing for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers that were originally scheduled to be played in March but were postponed because of coronavirus travel restrictions.


Who in there right mind is going to go to Brazil at this time.

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Bahamas Game (5-Jun-2021)
« on: May 31, 2021, 05:15:08 PM »
Trinidad and Tobago's 28-man roster for Concacaf World Cup Qualifiers against Bahamas Flag of Bahamas on June 5th and St. Kitts and Nevis on June 8th.


While i am happy to see players like Keston Julien and Shannon Gomez finally getting a chance because they are the future but picking 11 defenders is not a good sign this tells me Terry Fenwick is in way over his head he is now going down the same part as Steven Hart going into a defensive shell hoping you might be able to get a result.

I think the natural implications is 5 at the back with wingbacks, which can be quite attacking with the right players. There are a couple attacking-minded defenders in that list.
I can see playing defensively vs St Kitts and Nevins but against Bahamas we should be running up the score line players like Daniel Carr and Levi Garcia should be scoring hattricks in that game.

I disagree on two parts - 1) 5 man defenses can be very attacking if the two wing backs attack properly, knowing they're covered. 2) Bahamas team is mostly US college and lower leagues, so they will have actually played games over the past year..

We should best him, but I worry.
While i agree with what you saying i don't see it working without a good #10 if there is not a good midfielder to give the ball to the wing backs its a waste of time.

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Football / Re: Copa America Thread
« on: May 31, 2021, 01:57:41 AM »
This year is a write off they should move the Olympic games to 2022 and the world cup to 2023

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Bahamas Game (5-Jun-2021)
« on: May 31, 2021, 01:53:03 AM »
Trinidad and Tobago's 28-man roster for Concacaf World Cup Qualifiers against Bahamas Flag of Bahamas on June 5th and St. Kitts and Nevis on June 8th.


While i am happy to see players like Keston Julien and Shannon Gomez finally getting a chance because they are the future but picking 11 defenders is not a good sign this tells me Terry Fenwick is in way over his head he is now going down the same part as Steven Hart going into a defensive shell hoping you might be able to get a result.

I think the natural implications is 5 at the back with wingbacks, which can be quite attacking with the right players. There are a couple attacking-minded defenders in that list.
I can see playing defensively vs St Kitts and Nevins but against Bahamas we should be running up the score line players like Daniel Carr and Levi Garcia should be scoring hattricks in that game.

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Bahamas Game (5-Jun-2021)
« on: May 30, 2021, 07:08:27 PM »
Trinidad and Tobago's 28-man roster for Concacaf World Cup Qualifiers against Bahamas Flag of Bahamas on June 5th and St. Kitts and Nevis on June 8th.


While i am happy to see players like Keston Julien and Shannon Gomez finally getting a chance because they are the future but picking 11 defenders is not a good sign this tells me Terry Fenwick is in way over his head he is now going down the same part as Steven Hart going into a defensive shell hoping you might be able to get a result.

What are your thoughts on the Arcia pick?
I saw him play under Dennis Lawrence and he did not do much to impress me I am surprised that Mathew Woo Ling is not in the squad since he is getting back to match fitness now.

Woo Ling has a deep hole to climb out of.

If Arcia plays with a higher level of concentration and focus and mental toughness and makes decisions to put the opposition on the back foot maybe a helpful contributor. I find him too casual. But, he has a lot of ability although predictably very right-footed. Maybe playing with confidence and insistence ... more than just letting the game come to him would make a difference. He has more experience than Woo Ling. Given the state of play it makes sense. Not wowed by it though. Want him to lead by demonstration. He is years past the "potential" talk. He has to deliver on the offensive side of the ball because he's not exactly a defending general.
Unfortunately at 32 Arcia does not have much time to grow he has miss the boat at 25 M W Ling can still get a lucky break.

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Bahamas Game (5-Jun-2021)
« on: May 30, 2021, 05:33:17 PM »
Trinidad and Tobago's 28-man roster for Concacaf World Cup Qualifiers against Bahamas Flag of Bahamas on June 5th and St. Kitts and Nevis on June 8th.


While i am happy to see players like Keston Julien and Shannon Gomez finally getting a chance because they are the future but picking 11 defenders is not a good sign this tells me Terry Fenwick is in way over his head he is now going down the same part as Steven Hart going into a defensive shell hoping you might be able to get a result.

What are your thoughts on the Arcia pick?
I saw him play under Dennis Lawrence and he did not do much to impress me I am surprised that Mathew Woo Ling is not in the squad since he is getting back to match fitness now.

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Bahamas Game (5-Jun-2021)
« on: May 30, 2021, 02:53:49 PM »
Trinidad and Tobago's 28-man roster for Concacaf World Cup Qualifiers against Bahamas Flag of Bahamas on June 5th and St. Kitts and Nevis on June 8th.


While i am happy to see players like Keston Julien and Shannon Gomez finally getting a chance because they are the future but picking 11 defenders is not a good sign this tells me Terry Fenwick is in way over his head he is now going down the same part as Steven Hart going into a defensive shell hoping you might be able to get a result.

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ffisback, play makers and don’t even play in a proper league? ha! what you on about mate?
If TT keep hiring these English type coach's they been using for the past several years they would never develop a good playmaker.

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Molino to miss World Cup qualifiers against Bahamas, St. Kitts
By Walter Alibey (T&T Guardian)


T&T midfielder Kevin Molino will miss the country's next two FIFA World Cup Qualifiers against the Bahamas and St Kitts and Nevis on June 5 and 8, respectively, as he continues to struggle to recover from a hamstring injury.

The new Columbus Crew signing confirmed this on Wednesday as he explained the nature of his injury which could take him just over a month to be back to full fitness and back on the playing field.

"As for now, I have been jogging, I've been working 40-50 per cent, so still taking my time. I don't want to rush anything and go back even longer. I have a grade one and a strained hamstring which is high because the blood doesn't flow, so I need to do two PRP (platelet-rich plasma) injections so the recovery is going to be longer. But I feel good, I feel healthy, it's just a matter of getting back fit and maintaining my strength for now.

"I think it would be two to three weeks back in training but for games, it may be three to four weeks because now we go into a break. On the 29th of this month, we go into an international break which would give me a lot more time. The next game is going to be June 19, so it's quite a long time, which would give me a lot of time to get fit and be ready for the rest of the season," Molino explained.

The talented midfielder missed the country's first two qualifying matches against Guyana which the national team won 3-0 in the Dominican Republic, and later against Puerto Rico which finished 1-1 in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. The results put the Soca Warriors in second position in Group F on four points, with St Kitts and Nevis leading with six points in their two matches.

From the equation, the Warriors will need to win their next two matches for a chance to finish at the top of the group if they are to advance to the next round of the qualifiers.

Molino told Guardian Media Sports he has to take time to heal, noting that if he rushes back he may even have to miss the CONCACAF Gold Cup, scheduled for July.

According to Molino: "It's a matter of taking my time and making sure I look after myself first and my health to perform for T&T and my club. I think the boys have done well. Yes, we can do better but it's a work in progress and we just have to keep going and try to get the two victories."

He added that he expects the boys to show personality and to play with emotions, in the midst of a difficult time that has been caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
This is not good news K Molino has been TT best player for the past several years he made up for the poor coaching TT has been hiring for the past several years while there is not anyone to replace him there are players like Nathaniel Garcia ,Sean De Silva, Matthew Woo Ling and Judah Garcia who can do the job.
you’re an absolute knob, I hope you know that. none of these guys have ever scored a goal for the senior team but you’re out there promoting them like the be all of TT football when there are actually players who have actually shown that they are capable of scoring goals in crucial matches, players like jovin, ryan telfer, andre boucaud, levi garcia and Sheldon bateau.

in addition there are other players who are due for a goal like hyland and Marcus Joseph, so curb your enthusiasm mate. not because you like a player doesn’t necessarily mean that they actually have what it takes to be reliable goal scorers, especially in crucial matches.
I do believe TT have enough fire power to score goals at this level what TT needs now is a playmaker thats what the players i mentioned is going to bring to the NT .

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Molino to miss World Cup qualifiers against Bahamas, St. Kitts
By Walter Alibey (T&T Guardian)


T&T midfielder Kevin Molino will miss the country's next two FIFA World Cup Qualifiers against the Bahamas and St Kitts and Nevis on June 5 and 8, respectively, as he continues to struggle to recover from a hamstring injury.

The new Columbus Crew signing confirmed this on Wednesday as he explained the nature of his injury which could take him just over a month to be back to full fitness and back on the playing field.

"As for now, I have been jogging, I've been working 40-50 per cent, so still taking my time. I don't want to rush anything and go back even longer. I have a grade one and a strained hamstring which is high because the blood doesn't flow, so I need to do two PRP (platelet-rich plasma) injections so the recovery is going to be longer. But I feel good, I feel healthy, it's just a matter of getting back fit and maintaining my strength for now.

"I think it would be two to three weeks back in training but for games, it may be three to four weeks because now we go into a break. On the 29th of this month, we go into an international break which would give me a lot more time. The next game is going to be June 19, so it's quite a long time, which would give me a lot of time to get fit and be ready for the rest of the season," Molino explained.

The talented midfielder missed the country's first two qualifying matches against Guyana which the national team won 3-0 in the Dominican Republic, and later against Puerto Rico which finished 1-1 in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. The results put the Soca Warriors in second position in Group F on four points, with St Kitts and Nevis leading with six points in their two matches.

From the equation, the Warriors will need to win their next two matches for a chance to finish at the top of the group if they are to advance to the next round of the qualifiers.

Molino told Guardian Media Sports he has to take time to heal, noting that if he rushes back he may even have to miss the CONCACAF Gold Cup, scheduled for July.

According to Molino: "It's a matter of taking my time and making sure I look after myself first and my health to perform for T&T and my club. I think the boys have done well. Yes, we can do better but it's a work in progress and we just have to keep going and try to get the two victories."

He added that he expects the boys to show personality and to play with emotions, in the midst of a difficult time that has been caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
This is not good news K Molino has been TT best player for the past several years he made up for the poor coaching TT has been hiring for the past several years while there is not anyone to replace him there are players like Nathaniel Garcia ,Sean De Silva, Matthew Woo Ling and Judah Garcia who can do the job.

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Football / Re: Robert Hadad Thread
« on: May 02, 2021, 07:09:15 PM »
This is what TT gets for selling out and throwing look Loy under the bus...
When Look Loy hire Terry Fenwick he throw TT football under the bus.

the board hired terry fenwick
That was a imaginary  board.

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Football / Re: Robert Hadad Thread
« on: May 02, 2021, 12:57:29 PM »
This is what TT gets for selling out and throwing look Loy under the bus...
When Look Loy hire Terry Fenwick he throw TT football under the bus.

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Football / Re: Judah Garcia Thread.
« on: April 26, 2021, 07:47:01 PM »
He would stand a better chance in Greece the Portuguese Primeira Liga  is 1 of the top 10 leagues in Europe its probably the best league outside the top 5 he is not ready for that level of football the Greece super league would rank in the top 15 in Europe he would get a better chance to develop in that league.

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Football / Re: Luke Singh Thread
« on: April 26, 2021, 07:26:16 PM »
L Singh does not look like the type of defender Terry Fenwick would want on his team.

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Football / Re: Judah Garcia Thread.
« on: April 24, 2021, 11:27:12 PM »

ttsportdiary

Good news for the Garcia camp as sources have indicated to us that 20-year old Judah Garcia has gotten intense interests from four top clubs in the world. After the former Shiva Boys’ star’s contract ended with Indian Club Neroca Fc on April 1st, the likes of top flight Portuguese clubs Benfica and Sporting along with two of the Greek giants - Olympiacos and AEK Athens - are all in talks/negotiations for the midfielder.

Garcia’s older brother, Levi, also plays for AEK Athens and the next coming days/weeks will be interested to see how this development plays out.

#ttsportdiary
He's not going to get any playing time with those clubs at his age he needs to go to a club were he's going to get playing time.

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Trinidad and Tobago could lose World Cup qualifying points over fielding a player agent
By Paul Nicholson


http://www.insideworldfootball.com/2021/04/16/trinidad-tobago-lose-world-cup-qualifying-points-fielding-player-agent/


April 16 – The embattled Trinidad and Tobago FA, currently ruled by a FIFA Normalisation Committee, could face the embarrassment of losing points from its recent World Cup qualifiers for playing an ineligible player.

Trinidad and Tobago are drawn in a group with St Kitts and Nevis, Guyana, Puerto Rico and Bermuda, a group they would ordinarily be expected to romp through without too much difficulty.

Having opened with a win against Guyana, the Trinidadians followed up with a draw against Puerto Rico, and in doing so brought on registered player agent Andre Boucard.

Boucard, who last featured for Trinidad and Tobago in March 2017, but, aged 36, had not played for at least seven months before his call-up by coach Terry Fenwick.

Trinidad and Tobago registered Boucard as playing for Maidstone Utd in England’s sixth tier, though a search of records shows no indication of his registration.

However, he was registered as a player intermediary with the English FA.

English FA rules expressly prohibit an agent playing competitively in the elite professional and semi-professional tiers of the game.

Rule 1.2 of Appendix II in the English FA rules states; “An Official (as defined by the FIFA Statues or any successor hereto) or a Player cannot be an Intermediary. An Intermediary becoming an Official or a Player shall have his Registration suspended for as long as he remains an Official or a Player.”

Boucard has subsequently pulled from the list of English FA player agents and his license temporarily suspended.

The English FA say their rules mirror those of FIFA and while the conflicts that would arise with a player also being an agent are obvious, FIFA’s own rules don’t specifically mention players cannot be agents, though the wording implies that is the case.

However, FIFA’s rules are very clear over sanctions that would be applied if an ineligible player took part in an official match. In this case the sanction would be to forfeit the game.

FIFA’s rules on eligibility read:

“1. If a player takes part in an official match despite being ineligible, his team will be sanctioned by forfeiting the match (cf. art. 31) and paying a minimum fine of CHF 6,000.

If a player takes part in a friendly match despite being ineligible, his team will be sanctioned by forfeiting the match and paying a minimum fine of CHF 4,000.”
FIFA responded to questions from Insideworldfootball saying: “As a general policy, FIFA’s judicial bodies do not speculate, nor do they comment on whether or not investigations are underway into alleged cases.”

FIFA did not respond as to whether its rules specifically preclude player agents from playing in elite matches. If they don’t then the English FA will likely have to revisit their own rules and reinstate Boucard as an intermediary.

If Trinidad and Tobago are docked points, their World Cup qualification group is thrown wide open as they would lose the crucial one point advantage they have over Guyana. It could get worse for the TTFA – though it seems unlikely – if decided to also overturn the result against Guyana. While on the squad list, Boucard did not feature in that match.

Trinidad and Tobago’s World Cup campaign has been troubled from the start with coach Fenwick clashing before a media conference with the FA’s media officer and allegedly headbutting him. That incident, witnessed by media and players, was brushed under the carpet by the TTFA saying that no physical assault took place.

Fenwick, who in his first game as coach presided over a record 7-0 loss against a second string US team, has again landed the TTFA in embarrassingly deep water , this time over his selection of a player agent.

FIFA may save the day and the blushes of Fenwick and the TTFA’s Normalisation Committee on the basis that they might not have been aware of the rules. But they are pretty basic rules not to be aware of in a game where correct registration and eligibility criteria is the first priority of any national team selection.

Contact the writer of this story at moc.llabtoofdlrowedisni@noslohcin.luap

 

 

 

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This clown needs to be given the boot as soon as possible and the sad thing is I don't think Haddad  has the balls to get rid of him.

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Football / Re: Fire Terry Fenwick
« on: April 04, 2021, 01:39:24 AM »
TT has 1 of the worst coach's in the group nearly every team has gone and hired a fairly experience decent coach to do the job TT has  gone and hired a English con man who could not even cut it in the English lower divisions even the people in England don't like his football he might look good against a bunch of amateur school boy coach's in TT but in the real world he is toast.

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Bahamas Game (5-Jun-2021)
« on: April 04, 2021, 01:13:57 AM »
Any score less than 7 to 8 goals is a failure against the Bahamas.

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Football / Re: Fire Terry Fenwick
« on: March 31, 2021, 06:29:03 PM »
I was hoping that he could get TT past the play offs but when I see the type of football he has TT playing they need to pull the plug on TF as soon as possible Haddad better grow some balls and fire his backside   right now.

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Puerto Rico Game (28-Mar-2021)
« on: March 28, 2021, 07:20:19 PM »
Terry Fenwick was outcoached in this game PR scouted our players very well did we even scout there team it sickens me when i see 1 player score against 3 defenders in the box so free TT should not be conceding goals at this level with Kevin Molino coming back we should win our next 2 games and win the group but if we win our play off games i would fire Terry Fenwick before the  next rounds starts.

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Guyana Game (25-Mar-2021)
« on: March 25, 2021, 07:36:27 PM »
This was a scrappy game but a good result St Kitts & Nevins would be another test for them. 

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Guyana Game (25-Mar-2021)
« on: March 20, 2021, 07:39:22 PM »
K Molino has been carrying TT attack for the past several years with him gone Levi Garcia and Jovin Jones will have to step up there game Juda Garcia and Michel Poon Angeron will have to establish them selves as the future of TT football.

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Football / Re: Minor League Thread.
« on: March 14, 2021, 04:38:30 AM »
https://www.socawarriors.net/minor-leagues/23568-guerreros-fc-aim-to-bring-latino-spice-to-t-t-football.html


This is a great idea Venezuelan teams always had good support in Trinidad and if Venezuelan professional coach's are now migrating to Trinidad they should be able to form teams to compete in the leagues in Trinidad this will lift the standard of coach's players and teams in Trinidad.

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Football / Re: Joevin Jones Thread
« on: March 14, 2021, 02:36:05 AM »
This is probably the last chance for J Jones to play professional football he is not going to last for more than 2 to 3 years he is going to end up like his cousin having a lot of skill and athletic ability but was not able to take his game to another level  just having 2 or 3 good seasons is not good enough they both lack the mental toughness needed to survive in professional football.

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Football / Re: Terry Fenwick Thread.
« on: March 07, 2021, 01:24:23 AM »
Yuh see what people mean when they say to kill 2 birds with 1 stone Look Loy trough the 2018 WC team under the bus when he fired Z Vanes and now he come back and trough the 2022 WC team under the bus when he hired T Fenwick that's why they say you must never give a yes man any power he only good to be a yes man.

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