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Football / Re: Cardiff City For the Hour Thread
« on: August 19, 2014, 06:12:39 AM »
any links for game today! Cardiff vs Wigan?

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Football / Re: Cardiff City For the Hour Thread
« on: August 17, 2014, 02:48:02 AM »
I dont think so. He's showing he's better than this level. Cant say i wasn't expecting this idiotic comment but not so soon into the season *sigh*

"Idiotic" is indulging in the madness of doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results... or better saying "no support from me :bs: :bs:" because yuh doh like de selection of the National team.  I wish Kenwyne well, hopefully he tear up de Championship, but he's proven at three different stops now that he's not a Premiership player.  Initial success at Sunderland has given way to inconsistency and mediocrity.  Doh shoot de messenger.

Doh let facts stand in the way of healthy bias. One day he'll sign your flag.

Let's leave out his success at Stoke. Or his performances in Europe. Let's ignore his scoring rate being the best at the club even when he was only getting pigeon sweats.

Let's only focus on a bad last season at Stoke and pretend that's his whole career.

Meanwhile, even by your own estimation, 'mediocrity' would suggest that he's a middling, average Prem player. So yeah.

That was refreshing! Seems the glass is sometimes half full!

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Football / Re: Heard coops pass away today.
« on: August 17, 2014, 02:44:19 AM »
Facebook post from his brother Michael (August 15th)
My big brother Kenwyn passed away this morning in Brooklyn at 3.00 am today after a prolonged battle with cancer. I had the amazing experience of talking with him in a conference call with my sister Earlyn last night round 9.00pm and to hear him say goodbye and thanks to all for the full life that he lived mostly in giving all that he had to people, body heart and soul. I am so grateful for having him in my life and for all that he has been and done for me and our family. He was collective to the end. Humble, grateful, accepting and peaceful. I have learnt so much from this life and talking with him the last two nights has made me so much stronger and complete.
Thank you Kenwyn Cooper for giving us so much of you and making us understand even more what this existence is all about. Rest in Peace big brothe

Truly incredible that he had a chance to say goodbye on his terms.  Rest in Peace breds, and Godspeed  :beermug:

I think that does happen to good people.

To Coop's family, I offer my condolences; Coops was an individual I respected! I hope you can take solace in the fact that others today will miss him as well. Maybe Mods we could get ah "best of coops" if allyuh have filters like that!
 Good brudda 4 sure!

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Football / Re: Soca Warriors, TTFF to face T&T Courts
« on: July 17, 2014, 08:41:45 PM »
I am not a believer in one size fits all policies. We expect to slice away policies implemented in America or North Korea for that fact and just paste them onto our own problems. Fact is, we dont see the countless other variables, that go into supporting a particular policy vs another.

One size doh fit all, but wrong is wrong.

I concur, but in our non-utopian society, wrong is more relative; rather than just being wrong. The same wrong, does get played out like it right, until somebody say it wrong. Wrong, then, must be a state of mind and one that relies on a societies maturity.

 Staking people or poking out their eyes, for reading books (acts carried out by the Catholic Church) was not deemed wrong, until some guy decided it was. Until then, it was considered a very right cause of action to battle the blasphemers.

My concern for the 2006 warriors wasn't about right and wrong but instead, I wondered if they could separate the difference between what is perceived as wrong and what they can prove is wrong. And if they have to throw their dockets in to establish this wrong and to what degree of a certain return they might imagine.

Whilst not wanting to derail this thread into philosophy, you commit an equivocation fallacy by assuming perceptions of "wrong" are the same as some action actually being "wrong" (i.e. in some objective sense). Context is the key distinction here, not perception, for whether an action can be considered "wrong" in some intrinsic manner. I would still perceive these actions as wrong if I was placed in the Medieval context, and some (probably myself included) would argue that a number of acts are wrong regardless of context, although we might try to ex-post justify it.

Basically, wrong isn't a state of mind imo. We all have a concept of 'wrong', which is obviously contingent on our mind, but it points to a set of behaviours that some individuals, or groups, or societies, or the whole human race believe best to be avoided as they harm ourselves in some internal or societal manner.



Touche!

I'll be brief - (in my attempt also to not derail de thread) Knowing right and wrong minus the use of perception, as in (hypothesis testing) requires rich realistic sensory information processing abilities, the likes of which I don't have because of my untrained & uncontrollable over-compensating brain which cannot be trusted - (in an Absolute way).   Check out "The brain & compensation". I'm not the only sufferer!

As such, I/we tend to rely heavily on societal environmental norms, to develop our own reality; our own taboos.  IMO, Whilst context, like perception, can be used to define, they're both still governed by external dynamics.  Sometimes, things seem absolute in the absence of a external Catalyst.

Wrong is Wrong is wrong - and it is Absolute; but the only Absolute I'd dare put my head on a block for, is one that can withstand all external pressures (catalysts). If it holds, I'll say its wrong and consider such things as wrong or Right! 



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Football / Re: Soca Warriors, TTFF to face T&T Courts
« on: July 16, 2014, 11:26:37 PM »
I am not a believer in one size fits all policies. We expect to slice away policies implemented in America or North Korea for that fact and just paste them onto our own problems. Fact is, we dont see the countless other variables, that go into supporting a particular policy vs another.

One size doh fit all, but wrong is wrong.

I concur, but in our non-utopian society, wrong is more relative; rather than just being wrong. The same wrong, does get played out like it right, until somebody say it wrong. Wrong, then, must be a state of mind and one that relies on a societies maturity.

 Staking people or poking out their eyes, for reading books (acts carried out by the Catholic Church) was not deemed wrong, until some guy decided it was. Until then, it was considered a very right cause of action to battle the blasphemers.

My concern for the 2006 warriors wasn't about right and wrong but instead, I wondered if they could separate the difference between what is perceived as wrong and what they can prove is wrong. And if they have to throw their dockets in to establish this wrong and to what degree of a certain return they might imagine.



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Football / Re: Soca Warriors, TTFF to face T&T Courts
« on: July 16, 2014, 12:01:23 AM »
I am not a believer in one size fits all policies. We expect to slice away policies implemented in America or North Korea for that fact and just paste them onto our own problems. Fact is, we dont see the countless other variables, that go into supporting a particular policy vs another.

Having said that;  I'll say this to the 2006 warriors. Take your payment and keep moving. This aint derogatory. I did just call you Warriors.

This piece meal deal is the Apex, anything else, and loss begins. There is no public support for a legal venture as such; I mention this cause there'll be no public funds to fight your legal battle.(Allyuh aint even build in, how whaever allyuh recover extra, allyuh could invest it in football or youths or balls or nets) This leaves you to fund your own war-chest I assume. Even if the ATT wokkin for free, legal battles cost.

Consider.

P.S. If this happens to be the junction where many parties are converging, in their quest for a certain scalp owned by a certain Big man, then I digress. Then I say, push and push hard; expecting it aint no fake Jihad, and yuh have all Sep, Kamla, Jennings, The English FA, Pope,Obama and whoever else that fella wronged sending supplies constantly to the battlefield - then hey let the games continue.

If it aint that, you can be pouring all dat paper back into the same place where it came from and that my dear 2006 warriors, will eclipse Brasil 7-1 loss as a real loss!





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Football / Re: We need some diversity on the team.
« on: July 08, 2014, 10:03:25 AM »
I personally would welcome a team with some diversity; bigger pool + more exposure = bigger fan base. Could be a slippery slope though or a golden egg, if handled correctly. IMO - Big Biz loves a story, something different, a cause! 

when you say slippery slope, what do you mean?

Sorry for de late reply.. A slippery slope because there are always at least two side to a coin. Some noble backside might see it as an opportunity to further create an isolationist approach in the call up's - like if dey protecting some sacred institution. Some Sanctity.

I'd open de flood gates. I'd set up shop in every sector. National programs that foster talent and embrace the talented as well as the hard working - I'd do this, as opposed to "old men" in their high places, passin dey bad mouth on de youths. So dam judgemental they are. Forsakin the fruit for the same ole roots dey chewin on for years.  Life is about change.

We make football attractive from early and make it inclusive and safe and welcoming. In short - Like sando say, We have to change de culture.

Lastly, dey always want warriors on the field right? Well guess what, we need warriors in de office too. Warriors willing to make strategic & sometimes risky decisions. 



 



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Football / Re: We need some diversity on the team.
« on: July 06, 2014, 06:15:47 AM »
 I personally would welcome a team with some diversity; bigger pool + more exposure = bigger fan base. Could be a slippery slope though or a golden egg, if handled correctly. IMO - Big Biz loves a story, something different, a cause! 

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Football / Re: Race and racism in Honduran soccer and society
« on: July 03, 2014, 10:24:24 PM »
I said it before and i'll say it again; "The Institution" never had a problem with Blacks on the field, the problems lie in Blacks in the bleachers. And is not like they have a problem with a recognized "known" Black or three, in between the crowd  - but regular ole black people littering the stands equally as the whites. Well that was blasphemous to even imagine.

If the African didnt have the Midas touch and could individually turn things into gold - like "dribble de basketball a bit before yuh shoot nah" then they wouldnt even be in the teams but there is no denying the African's resilience. Their aptitude to learning, will keep them included in everything - Golf, Lawn Tennis, Bob Sledin - haha.

Different races brings different attitudes - Culture clashes poses the biggest problems I feel.   for e.g.

There is one guy who does see yuh walking home from a hard, day at work, block yuh in the trace and take de lil 300 yuh now win playin wappi down de street.

There is another guy, yuh normally encounter him after yuh done playin wappi, he in de mall. He about to sell you a shirt and a pants; de monopoly that exists, sees this guy, able to charge 300% more than it should be so ah cool 600% yuh loss. You thank him when you leave he thanks you if he does!

Both were thieves but one stuck his hand in your pockets and the other made you stick your hands into your pockets!

There is one guy who know he's right and that justice is on his side so he want to cuss yuh in yuh face and possibly cuff yuh in your face too - with all right too; while  another guy may rather have his attorney cuss yuh behind big wooden courthouse doors and get his justice by way of judgement.

I ain't trying to make one system look better than the next; sometimes is only a shakedown or a cuff in de face will do but for certain, there are also many things along these lines, we can adopt from our whites.

I believe these different methods of handling everyday issues - created the opportunity for the unjust among whites, to make household claims and create household names about an entire people.

If only Blacks were as good collectively as they are individually, Unions might have been born earlier and all that free labor, (Slavery), would instead have been securely safeguarded and traded at a fair price to all the first-worlders coming looking for "Sun-Agreeable" people to further their development kick.

Ubuntu should be a gift, earned, even with foreign men, after trial and proof.

 
 






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Football / Re: Can T&T reach another World Cup?
« on: July 01, 2014, 02:04:20 AM »
I think we saw the disparity when TnT played Argentina and I dont know how fast dat gap can be closed and like Anand point out, Panama on the rise; USA, Mexico & Costa Rica seemingly untouchable and Jamrock is always formidable. Notwithstanding Honduras, Canada & Haiti.

IMO - To make another WC, it would take a kind of unimaginable, sustained effort from the powers that be and a Herculean effort by the players, private sector and public at large!

Impossible, Nah but improbable I believe - at least until individuals who have a better connection between sustained effort & reward, take charge.

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Football / Re: What ever happened to Gershwin Stephen??
« on: May 30, 2014, 06:31:35 AM »
i hear he get ban for spying... he is reincarnated as bakes though... :D

 :D

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Football / Re: Question about black referees.
« on: May 27, 2014, 10:49:44 PM »
I've hijacked the thread enough.

I'll say this, places like millwall and others are leading the way in ensuring that, someday, at some point, someones will buss tru. I believe there is a ceiling but that didnt stop Gabby, Jordan, Tiger, Williams sisters.

Who wants to be a referee anyway! But anyone that wants, (on the books)has every chance too, if they have what it takes.

I will admit this to be true!

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Football / Re: Question about black referees.
« on: May 27, 2014, 07:44:49 AM »
I think football is a whiteman's sport that, like basketball, feature a heck of a lot of black players. More than likely, being a whiteman's sport, whitemen will be the officials. And what of black refs? Well if a black person breaks past the "pay poor - pressure to be right and you're seldom thanked" bit, then the only other barrier would be that, that individual would have to be twice as good as those around him. (Ask Olivia Pope daddy) Now, If they can break past even this barrier, then, I present to you - Black refs.

Sure wish black people did with religion, what they've done with other forms of white-men sports' - Abstain.  If yuh not playing then watch it from home. Players get paid. Fans pay. At least, in yuh flat, yuh dont have to be afflicted or degraded, whenever some white-guy gets upset and feels like saying something mean - and to who but the usual suspects> Best people to pick on - we just go home and pray about it!

Thank god for places like Trinidad where I been watching football with my white friends forever and when we cuss, we cuss together. Blacks, Indians & whites alike. Hengland can take a page out of TnT's book. Even in the grand stand, we could feel just fine.

If yuh could pull de smallie next to yuh in de 4th row might be more along the lines of my headaches even if is TnT playing Hengland. We've only been at it for 50 years and for that we've done dam good.(thanks to those before us, who fought to make equality at least a fleeting illusion). Hengland been at it for quite a bit longer i'd say and English blacks still dont be up in de bleachers. My opinions only!

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Football / Re: Question about black referees.
« on: May 25, 2014, 09:48:35 PM »
by the looks of the bleachers in most epl games, not sure black people even like football. I say that loosely because one can always claim economic and environmental issues deter; but by the math alone, there seem to be more indians in tnt watchin pfl than there are blacks in england watchin epl. proportionately speaking of course! And in trini, people would claim that indians doh back/watch/go football. reverse maths maybe!




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Good come back FS lol

Your ball Jack!

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Football / Re: CHELSEA FOREVER! - Home of the Champions!
« on: May 02, 2014, 07:39:43 PM »
a terrible purchase for me. Hate that guy and ah does normally reserve the word hate for the scum of the earth. I DONT LIKE THAT GUY!   Dont like his attitude, dont like his face, dont like his style - Im sure they need a go-getter type-a player I just dont like this one.  I would take Baloteli on the cheap right now and would still have change to snatch Pogba and bring his ass back to the EPL. Instead, we wind up with a 200k/wk ASShole!

There I said it!  (Now how do I get this to Jose)

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Yuh might take the man out of the cave but you wont get de cave out of the man. Ironically, these illiterates abuse every other teams black players while having their own on the field! So every team experiences this when they are away! At home, everyone is so happy when their "Blacks" contribute, they must forget they are racist at that point which is so sad! At least if you're gonna be racist, be hard core like Russia who is willing to throw bananas at home too.

Additionally, I think opposing fans, see this as a ploy to take these minority players off their game and shit Ill be dammed if it don't work. Maybe with this Alves thing, the tables may turn a bit! So I hope these players are prepared to eat a heck of a lot more bananas because de baccannal now start! Like a wizard here say though, Let the soul searching begin and in the interim hopefully real money will be threatened forcing the Spanish to change their course of action.

The russians; well thats a whole different ball game!

Maybe their'll be a boiling point by time their world cup come around and maybe, if we're lucky, all black players and the sympathetic white ones will make a stand and boycott Russia Worldcup. I'm certain Russians will be happy. but Russia herself may not appreciate all that negative attention!

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Football / Re: CHELSEA FOREVER! - Home of the Champions!
« on: April 22, 2014, 08:33:09 PM »
So watch Baccaaaannnalll now.   Cech out for Season. What does that mean in real time?  One scenario is that we recall Courtois?  Begs to question, exactly how hard Petr Cech really fall. didnt look that bad to me in the onset. The air is rife with speculation. Would be such a sinister sick move by mourihno, I might have to buy a Mourihno T-Shirt if it playout!

As for Lukaku, dont think Mour like him.

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Big interview: Dennis Lawrence - from World Cup legend to Everton FC coach
By David Prentice (Liverpool Echo)


Heard the one about the World Cup legend who is now a coach at Everton – thanks to the  input of an Anfield folk hero?

If it all sounds like a tall story, April 1 was yesterday – but the man at the heart of the tale does  stand six feet seven inches.

Dennis Lawrence is one of Roberto Martinez’s trusted right-hand men.

He has worked with the Blues boss since his formative days at Swansea – and Martinez has  enormous respect for his work.

“I have huge, huge admiration for what Dennis has done so far,” he said. “I know he will carry  on being a very influential figure at Everton.”

But whatever impact Dennis makes at Goodison in the future, it will struggle to compare to the  reputation he enjoys in his native Trinidad and Tobago.

A tiny Caribbean nation of 1.5million inhabitants, Trinidad shook up the world in 2006 when  they qualified for the World Cup finals in Germany – and Lawrence was the man whose goal  made history.

It was also the first time that Lawrence realised he could affect matters on a football pitch with  words rather than actions – after he stood up to legendary coach Leo Beenhakker.

Lawrence was the man whose downwards header against Bahrain propelled Trinidad to the  finals, but the centre-back who admits his aerial ability “wasn’t the best” shouldn’t even have been  in the Middle East.

Sitting back from a break in training at Finch Farm he explained: “I’ve never really told this story  before, but in the last 10 minutes of the first leg – which finished 1-1 – I felt my hamstring  tighten.

“We had a flight straight after the game directly to Bahrain and we went back to the hotel to pack  up and I will never forget it. I came down the lift and was carrying out my luggage and our coach,  Leo Beenhakker, was standing in the lobby.

“He said to me ‘Dennis I need to have a word with you.

READ MORE...
Nice read, nice interview! Everton deserves a post. IMO. Dennis doing things and we does still track shitty Sunderland and Stoke and Cardiff because Trinbagonians involved. Well Everton FC here we come.  Great Foc&$ing job so far tallest; that victory against Arsenal is even so much sweeter the fact that one of our own was directly involved!  Go Everton! (always liked lukaku and miralles anyway! And now Martinez gets a feather in his cap. not cause he hire we own but because he recognized from early Tallest propensity to Defensive awareness!

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Football / Re: Green picks USA over Germany
« on: March 29, 2014, 03:30:24 AM »
Tiresais Calls press conference over post-editing furore

LONDON - Tiresais held a press conference today to explain his most recent intervention on the Soca Warriors forum. Musing on his so far short tenure, he had some harsh words for his critics

"What I did, I did for the good of the forum! Sometimes you just have to make a change and take the flak that comes with it"

Residents have been split down the middle on this most recent crisis to affect the Moderator. Annie said;

"Y U SO SERIOUS"

In response to growing criticism of his handling of the crisis, Tiresais claimed the heading was an eyesore;

"When you're wandering down the street, you don't want to have to explain this title to your kids. We in society need to do what's best for full-disclosure, the English Language, and the Trinibagonian community at large."

Time will tell if his polls will rebound from this.

So what other titles are you going to change? And are you also going to go around "correcting" everyone's "grammar"? People can't post in dialect any more?
What was done was done for the greater good of humanity, when subjects and verbs fail to agree there is a threat to syntactic harmony.  Draconian as it may seem, redaction was preferred over reaction, as these pre-emptive measures will prevent the deployment of Weapons of Parse Destruction against our community.
:cheers:

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Football / Re: CHELSEA FOREVER! - Home of the Champions!
« on: March 09, 2014, 07:18:32 PM »
Nice dive by Eto'o. I only give him a 8 for style though.

Dive, followed by a red for Kaboul, who was surprisingly calm, I woulda get sanctioned for referee abuse after that.

I don't know if he's always been guilty of doing this... but is something he's been doing all season and the first time I really take notice.  Very disappointed in him as a player for his simulations.

Does Suarez still player at Liverpool.

I feel sometimes man does have to fake and dive because people are held to different standards - allow me to explain. This by no means excuses the divers or diving but some of the tackles coming in sometimes seem to be adjudged harder when they are on certain players and then not so for others.

 Iniesta, If yuh only touch dat little guy he on de floor and if we ask ourselves here if he's a diver, we might decide not but he still light like a feather to the touch.    Shouldn't YaYa get the same foul for the same level of tackle, one that may make Iniesta fall down but not make YaYa budge?

African players and africans in general,can't seem to do anything with skill or tact in the media's eyes - is only brute force & muscle we get credit for which also must mean, we could clearly take more kick than the average Joe . If Serena playing, everybody else hits with such grace and skill/placement but she only seems to be able to hit with power! Maybe man like Eto have to roll around on de ground so that we can continue getting the soft fouls and be treated like world class athletes and not only have the whistle blown for break-foot tackles as was in yester-years.  De situation has changed but lingers even to today!

IMO, set the standard the same, fall or not, African or not, Big Scandinavian dude or not, rollin around in agony or not, not rolling around in agony or not. Blow de same for everyone and then I'd fully cry down man like Eto. 


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Football / Re: CHELSEA FOREVER! - Home of the Champions!
« on: March 09, 2014, 06:58:37 PM »
Does Suarez still player at Liverpool.

I'm really not sure what your point is... not that you ever have one.  All you ever try to do is engage in some kinda tit for tat. Ritalin and Adderall should help with your focus.  Suarez hasn't been accused of diving just once in almost two years... and that was against Villa this seaon.  Video evidence is inconclusive.  The mention of Suarez is misguided for other reasons... more than any other Liverpool fan on this board, and on most others, I have been harshest on Suarez for everything from the Ghana handball, to diving to the controversies with Evra and Ivanovic, so there is no inconsistency on my part.  I have been equally critical of Young and Bale for diving and simulation as well.

 :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

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Football / Re: See all T&T Pro League games reply on Acts25.
« on: February 20, 2014, 10:45:26 AM »
Anyway this post could get pin up Mods?

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Football / Re: Pick Your Team.
« on: February 18, 2014, 03:24:22 AM »
 Ah love de vintage dey Errol but yuh have meh deadin here with yuh comment; being the first, to post on it since 2005. Like if yuh now realize!

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Football / Re: Kenwyne Jones Thread
« on: February 09, 2014, 07:56:50 PM »
My opinion.. I think Ole gunner will be better, he is a student of the game and he cant be no worse than AVB
Cardiff, not KJ was off yesterday. Fabio and Zaha both came off in quick succession after KJ. By Seventy-something they were all off. Personally I liked that move by Ole. If we cant do better then we cant do no worse with the old guard. Well that didnt help either but by then I was tru with it. Cardiff isnt led by KJ but if they want to see some more fire in him, they should give him de Armband.

Impossible I know; he now reach but Cardiff have significant fire in de belly issues! They need a man like Marvin Oliver to bawl at dey ass on de field. (though some times my homie dont know when to stop) Hehe


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Football / Re: Kenwyne Jones Thread
« on: January 29, 2014, 04:45:08 AM »
Glad to see KJ  out of there. Like the Swede said, What is the worst that will happen if yuh put other players in? That you lose.. cause they are losing anyway. KJ may not be the solution in a mark hughes regime but he for dam sure aint the problem either.

If so, then why with their beloved Crouch, there is no Europa success or FA success this time around and mind you, the only reason they had success in dem leagues is because KJ was marginalized to those leagues.

 Pennant, Etherington, KJ & Walters is who had dem clickin but dey mess with that core-four and all fall down.  Crouch lazier than KJ and dey have KJ in de lazy book!


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Football / Re: SWO is looking for a Moderator.
« on: January 08, 2014, 03:22:42 AM »
Leh we see who go throw they hat in, all de people who had problems with Bakes should apply now.


   God forbid i hope u throw your hat in,u have problems with everybody.
Leh we see who go throw they hat in, all de people who had problems with Bakes should apply now.


   God forbid i hope u throw your hat in,u have problems with everybody.

 ;D  Oh lorse,, look mista coop makin joke and takin shot

Gey dem Coops!

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Football / Re: The Trini-Ronaldinho?
« on: November 27, 2013, 06:08:46 AM »
First off, good work Flex on the article and in helping to pave a way for such a talented young player. Great find and I hope Eve and King continue to follow their good judgement and re-invite this player to the camps.

 On his seeming shortcomings...  I believe he woulda reach TnT and realise that though he is "normally" Superman on the field; he happened to be visiting Krypton itself and them youth man go need more than one and two fan/shake to get rid ah dem.

 Ask anybody who home and sweatin or been home and ketch one. Some ah dem youths runnin like ants! Having said that, I believe that a stint with N.E. (if he survive) could be a very good thing for him if he could adapt. Then  because of his trickery, positioning, energy and  ability to pass  79%-83% accurately, he should emerge from amongst his peers.   

To the youthman since he is a reader, protect yourself and learn fast. If yuh over-reach it will hurt. Krypton remember? Humility as yuh study cause as nice as yuh is, you will be the student but once yuh ketch de timin, it could be on for you.

Lastly, is a war not just one battle.  Sustain; so yuh could fight battles and then win the war!


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