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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Guyana Game (25-Mar-2021)
« on: February 19, 2021, 10:06:44 AM »
I second what pull stones said! total madness.

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Football / Re: Trifactor Podcast: Marcus Bailey
« on: February 19, 2021, 10:01:22 AM »
keep it up brother's and them coming !

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Football / Re: Kevin Molino Thread.
« on: December 03, 2020, 11:05:34 PM »
 :beermug: :beermug: :beermug: :beermug: :beermug:

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Football / Re: Nigel Myers Thread
« on: January 08, 2020, 01:21:03 PM »

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Football / Re: Nigel Myers Thread
« on: January 08, 2020, 01:19:39 PM »
congrats bro

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Football / Re: Scouting for Soca Warriors, the Thread.
« on: January 06, 2020, 04:47:02 PM »

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:thumbsup:  why i believe lacking in football development (in TT), even in my time(40 yrs ago) has been mental strength, and confidence building, at all positions, especially defense. The skill and technical ability is there, but application and direction is not consistent. As Tiresais states, it has been my defense mental strengthening was my 1st task in coaching youths.
nb. I coached competitive and semi-pro adults before i had the opportunity to coach kids. So coaching the kids gave me an opportunity to see where real development could occur and have a greater impact on making the senior player. The coaching of the senior player was more management and working with what you had. The real coaching was with the young men and women. I found it more challenging  especially with the varying differences in mindsets, and social and economic backgrounds. Some kids were natural and some needed more work, some were willing to try their best, and some just didn't want to be there. I termed my success not just on competitive results, but on  attitudes and participation of each individual at the end of season.  :D And how many Timmies coffee gift cards I received at end of season. In TT back then - and i'm sure it's better now- we got buff from coach and heckled even from closest friends. I felt if I could get 95 + % of the kids to stick with the game and learn to improve, I did well. Although I didn't coach those kids for the last 5 years, my then youth team, entered themselves in adult div 6 local,  3 years ago, and has won , div 5 last year and div 4 this year. None of them were interested in trying at the semi-pro level, however 6 of those guys are presently certified coaches (at 21). I personally felt this method of development although most difficult, was most rewarding for myself, the participants, and the region. Thus this is where we need good coaches.

I was able to observe some valiant efforts and very commendable work by a few coaches in TT. however, most glaring fails were the parental/family support (and discipline) in the young men that needed it most . The coaches were doing the best they could from my point of view.

nice read this, one of the things I admired about beeny time in trinidad was the installing of a never say die attitude, we never seemed to lose our nerve when we went behind under him...we saw some of dat with Hart but it all fell flat after you know who......apart from maybe MAYBE Gally, was 10-11 back then so don't know, I have never seen our coaches truly evoke fiery spirits in our players.....I remember us falling behind with beeny as coach in games and shrugging it off because you just knew the team would fight....my question is how are Local coaches in never able to light dat fire in our players, it can't be dat foreigners jus get more respect jus because, I have often theorized dat we penchant for negative reinforcement is what does cause, nremember one of our lady ballers stating that Shabazz often used insults to drive performance, but then d german lady also did dat so.....

I would have liked to get into coaching loved the sport since before I could walk :P, but CP made it impossible to play competitively though I could play for fun and in our culture CP also makes you not get taken seriously when you say, coaching, would like to try that, have ideas for a very data driven approach to d idea,but d looks I does get....

anyways thanks for sharing yuh history

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:thumbsup:  why i believe lacking in football development (in TT), even in my time(40 yrs ago) has been mental strength, and confidence building, at all positions, especially defense. The skill and technical ability is there, but application and direction is not consistent. As Tiresais states, it has been my defense mental strengthening was my 1st task in coaching youths.
nb. I coached competitive and semi-pro adults before i had the opportunity to coach kids. So coaching the kids gave me an opportunity to see where real development could occur and have a greater impact on making the senior player. The coaching of the senior player was more management and working with what you had. The real coaching was with the young men and women. I found it more challenging  especially with the varying differences in mindsets, and social and economic backgrounds. Some kids were natural and some needed more work, some were willing to try their best, and some just didn't want to be there. I termed my success not just on competitive results, but on  attitudes and participation of each individual at the end of season.  :D And how many Timmies coffee gift cards I received at end of season. In TT back then - and i'm sure it's better now- we got buff from coach and heckled even from closest friends. I felt if I could get 95 + % of the kids to stick with the game and learn to improve, I did well. Although I didn't coach those kids for the last 5 years, my then youth team, entered themselves in adult div 6 local,  3 years ago, and has won , div 5 last year and div 4 this year. None of them were interested in trying at the semi-pro level, however 6 of those guys are presently certified coaches (at 21). I personally felt this method of development although most difficult, was most rewarding for myself, the participants, and the region. Thus this is where we need good coaches.

I was able to observe some valiant efforts and very commendable work by a few coaches in TT. however, most glaring fails were the parental/family support (and discipline) in the young men that needed it most . The coaches were doing the best they could from my point of view.

nice read this, one of the things I admired about beeny time in trinidad was the installing of a never say die attitude, we never seemed to lose our nerve when we went behind under him...we saw some of dat with Hart but it all fell flat after you know who......apart from maybe MAYBE Gally, was 10-11 back then so don't know, I have never seen our coaches truly evoke fiery spirits in our players.....I remember us falling behind with beeny as coach in games and shrugging it off because you just knew the team would fight....my question is how are Local coaches in never able to light dat fire in our players, it can't be dat foreigners jus get more respect jus because, I have often theorized dat we penchant for negative reinforcement is what does cause, nremember one of our lady ballers stating that Shabazz often used insults to drive performance, but then d german lady also did dat so.....

I would have liked to get into coaching loved the sport since before I could walk :P, but CP made it impossible to play competitively though I could play for fun and in our culture CP also makes you not get taken seriously when you say, coaching, would like to try that, have ideas for a very data driven approach to d idea,but d looks I does get....

anyways thanks for sharing yuh history
respect brother ! and all the best . I was hoping you was still involved and in the Toronto area. lol

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maxg ! were in Canada you coach if you still do and what age ?

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Football / Re: Kennya Cordner Thread
« on: December 03, 2019, 09:26:16 AM »
congrats sis ! more blessings  :beermug:

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Honduras Games (10-Oct & 17-Nov-2019)
« on: November 17, 2019, 06:41:31 PM »
http://www.lshunters.tv/soccer hopefully this one works

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Honduras Games (10-Oct & 17-Nov-2019)
« on: November 17, 2019, 05:20:33 PM »
try this when its time I'm looking as well https://sportsbay.org stroll down

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Honduras Games (10-Oct & 17-Nov-2019)
« on: October 10, 2019, 05:17:13 PM »
respect tall man

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Martinique Games (6 & 9-Sept-2019)
« on: September 09, 2019, 06:12:21 PM »
http://sportstream.tv  we mite be lucky here

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Martinique Games (6 & 9-Sept-2019)
« on: September 06, 2019, 04:48:27 PM »
 :frustrated:

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Martinique Game (25-Mar-2018)
« on: March 25, 2018, 04:28:31 PM »
look like Garcia

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Martinique Game (25-Mar-2018)
« on: March 25, 2018, 04:20:01 PM »
thanks 4 the link :beermug: :beermug: :beermug: :beermug:

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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Barbados Game (10-Mar-2017)
« on: March 10, 2017, 05:01:31 PM »
4 real . link please ???

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Football / Re: MLS Playoffs
« on: December 01, 2016, 12:20:19 PM »
wicked game ! I live in Toronto and support they teams but will have to be routing for my country man in the final  :beermug: :beermug: :beermug:

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Football / Re: Scouting for Soca Warriors, the Thread.
« on: September 18, 2016, 06:31:09 AM »
KENRICK WILLIAMS  MID - FWD- 16 YRS OLD (AUG 2000)- DIXIE SOCCER CLUB MISSISSAUGA ONATRIO(CANADA}.
TRINIDADIAN FATHER !!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXClgm8vWwo






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Fantasy League / Re: 2016/17 SWO Premier League is here, sign up now!!!
« on: August 11, 2016, 10:48:26 AM »
 :yellowcard: :challenge:

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