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Football / Re: Tinto, Edwards impress Costa Rica coach.
« on: June 10, 2009, 07:08:16 AM »
Carlos was Carlos- an amazing talent and all round player, who's been our best player by far for many years now.

Tinto- he was great, he was taking the ball out of defense and running with it- thereby relieving pressure off our suspect defense and drawing fouls also- just like Ronaldo does for Manchester United- that's something many people don't recognise- the big help players like that, with plenty speed and who can run with the ball and dribble without losing it, gives to the defense of their team- they take pressure off the team and in an instant have the ball in the opponent's half and boom- pressure's on them now. Only his nerves let him down when it comes to crossing.

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Football / Re: Any Video downloads of the game?
« on: June 10, 2009, 07:00:20 AM »
thanks SO MUCH noize  ;D

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Football / Re: Looking for a ride
« on: June 10, 2009, 06:58:53 AM »
Looking for a ride
By Fazeer Mohammed (T&T Express)


Sorry to interrupt this protracted meeting of the Russell Latapy Mutual Admiration Society, but what the hell is going on here?

I know he is the "Little Magician" and one of our finest footballers ever. Still, you would think that people employed to provide critical analysis would not indulge in unabashed starry-eyed cheerleading as was the case when the new head coach of the senior national squad walked into the media conference at the Dwight Yorke Stadium, following Trinidad and Tobago's 3-2 loss to Costa Rica in a World Cup qualifier last Saturday night.

A standing ovation? Even if it was deserved-which it wasn't, by the way -aren't professional journalists supposed to conduct themselves in an unbiased, dispassionate manner that permits measured assessment. Yet, in behaving like any old, face-painted flag-waver, they are inherently compromised, and their reporting on anything involving Latapy will be coloured by such obvious favouritism.

Anyway, we like it so...so let's move on, especially as there's no room left on this bandwagon.

Almost all of the gushing optimism, following our fourth fixture in the final phase of the CONCACAF campaign, seems to have conveniently and disingenuously overlooked a few critical shortcomings that are likely to be exposed again tonight at the Azteca Stadium, especially with the Mexicans in an unusually desperate situation, following a third defeat in four games at the weekend.

Let's begin with the defence. Call it stationary or non-existent, it amounts to the same thing. Yet, Latapy expresses satisfaction with the overall team performance, and no one apparently presses him on how he could say such nonsense on the evidence of what transpired in Bacolet.

Rest assured that if Francisco Maturana had uttered anything like that through his ever-present interpreter, the Colombian would not have been allowed to get away with it unchallenged.

Okay, so the attacking play and host of chances created, not to mention the rarity of scoring twice against the Costa Ricans, are to be applauded and welcomed. However, it's like boasting about a flashy new sports car that goes from 0-100 kph in six seconds but doesn't have any brakes. You certainly look good zooming by on the highways and byways of the country, although the fact that you can't come to a controlled stop means that you create havoc, cause considerable damage and invariably kill yourself and several others along the way.

Given his lack of energy and mobility in midfield, Dwight Yorke had the best seat in the house that bears his name. The only thing missing from a proper all-inclusive ticket was a scantily-clad waitress bringing him a constant supply of drinks while the play continued to pass him by. Despite this, he is kept on the field by his long-standing compere from the first minute to the last while someone like Chris Birchall, who has proven before to have the pace and work-rate to spark some life into the overall effort, remains on the bench until 25 minutes from the final whistle.

A legacy maybe of Latapy himself being ignored by Leo Beenhakker until the dying minutes of T&T's final game at the 2006 World Cup finals in Germany and the new head coach not wanting to diss his liming pardner, especially in front of thousands of Tobagonians, and at the Dwight Yorke Stadium to boot?

If so, then even as so many others seem to be in a delirious trance while the "Little Magician" gestures hypnotically, Latas would do well to take note that one of the first decisions made by Fabio Capello when he took over as England manager last year was to pointedly ignore the rising chorus of calls for David Beckham to be given the chance to play his 100th international, at least until the star boy had definitively proven his fitness.

But our latest bandwagon is already careening onward to the accompaniment of effusive praise, with so many observers too busy applauding to point out that the brakes-assuming that there are any-should be applied judiciously and firmly every now and then to ensure that we aren't left to pick up the pieces from another pile of footballing wreckage.

Speaking of bandwagon, where are the masses leaping on board Chris Gayle's version?

Hasn't the West Indies captain (a position he should no longer be burdened with after this tour is over) been true to his word, in that his pulverising of the Australians at The Oval five days ago when compared to listless, disinterested appearances in the Test and One-Dayers against England last month, essentially reinforced his own opinion that Twenty20 cricket is really what he prefers above all others?

Then there is the other bandwagon, the one that gathered speed on Sunday at Roland Garros after Roger Federer brushed aside Robin Soderling to claim his first French Open title and lift his tally of Grand Slam men's singles tennis titles to 14, equalling the record of Pete Sampras.

To see almost every renowned expert clambering over each other in their eagerness to hail the Swiss master as the "greatest ever", you would think that such a label is determined only by numerical superiority. Whatever happened to context, like Australian great Rod Laver completing the Grand Slam (all four majors in the same calendar year) in 1962 and after seven years of being ostracised as a professional in a supposedly amateur era, repeating this incredible feat in 1969 at the age of 31?

So many bandwagons. I bound to get a ride on one, if not Russell's.


Fazeer Mohammed ,with all due respek ...why yuh eh go and make ah flip and fack yuh self ....'ride' dat yuh facking idiot .

haha lololol, i scroll down the page and started reading that post, and without even looking at who d poster was i know it was Berris. you is rel kicks man lol.

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Football / Re: Looking for a ride
« on: June 10, 2009, 06:57:12 AM »
Fazeer, yuh is ah asshole. I have never been so compelled to speak out against a piece of journalism. To speak about the biases that exist when you are biased yourself is mind-boggling. If Maturana had the TNT outfit playing as they did in Tobago he would have been applauded as well. Russell remains the Magician why because with an ancient Team and a prehistoric back line we were able to give a respectable performance against the Team that is The Top Dog in The Entire Concacaf right now bar none. With Stick and Bones we went out there and though glaring mistakes on the field still left room for improvement I suspect if the score was 4-0 in favor of the Ticos that there would not be this ridiculous upheaval. The TnT back line is about 110 years old. Even in their old age their Experience shone through and they played Gladiator-like for at least 68-72 minutes. Inexperience on the part of our new and young Manager was made up for by the Heart and Soul with which the Team played which despite Beenhakker's Legacy is unmatached. Trinidad on Paper cant beat the Ticos. Its that simple MR Fazeer but it seems no one told the warriors they were the underdogs as they took the game to the Ticos and Time and Time again played football that would bring out the waggonist in anyone. I for Dam sure am on the Band wagon and my biggest dissapointment with this campaign is that MR Russell Latapy wasnt at the Helm all the time which would have given him more time and space to prepare a Team. So Mr Fazeer you could say what you want about the Dentist turned footbal coach... With all his stats and accolades  he could not seem to get the Team up to the level of "Fight" that was seen in Bacelot and at this point "Fight" is what we need because we are un-favored and in an Arena with Bigger guns. I say continue to bully your way Russell... For you dem boys will run until their legs fall off... of this I am certain. Good job not openly criticizing the players as well after they obviously left everything they had on the field.  Anton Corneal could learn something from our new manager.

P.S. Dwight Yorke had a good performance. True he faded in and out of the game but was it not the result of doing other work? defensive work maybe. Dwight chase everything going backwards and still had the legs to go forward. Chris Birchall is one of our favorite sons but the work of keeping the fabric together was one only Dwight could perform. Please Mr Fazeer dont try to disguise your bashing as critical writing or your verve as anti-bandwaggonism because Trinbagonians dont have a problem expressin how they feel. expletives included. Your just upset that it was applause vs cussin that emerged. Didnt I see you clappin too? Shame on you.

I second dat!!!!!

Third it. i agree davidephraim. cosign. That there is an accurate description of most of the articles I read from Fazeer Mohommed, he does have some good points in between and some good articles, but more often than not it does be a big ball of cynicism and bashing.

BTW...!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!--
WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Mexico Game (10-Jun-2009).
« on: June 10, 2009, 06:39:26 AM »
Guy's i thought fifa ban any international game played at high altitude..how it is that Mexico have game play in vendue at high altitude which is 7,000 above sea level...could someone explain me that

7000?? This game being played in azteca, not on mount everest. I jus on kicks eh boy, Fifa rescinded that ban i think, and azteca is only 2300 ft or something around there, it fell outside the ban anyways. I find it still too high though, Mexico should get through due to their football play- and not through an unfair advantage that has nothing to do with football, and more about medicine. You can compare this altitude advantage to taking steroids in that respect.

WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.

the last few sentenced i agree with...the Mexician should be tested after game...that SUSPECT ...a place that sell steroid over the counter



nah, don't take me on, i was talking toots at the start there, you're right azteca is 7000ft above sea level,about 2200m , everest is around 8500m,i confuse everything lol, but the ban was for 2400m and more above sea level.

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Mexico Game (10-Jun-2009).
« on: June 10, 2009, 05:54:30 AM »
Guy's i thought fifa ban any international game played at high altitude..how it is that Mexico have game play in vendue at high altitude which is 7,000 above sea level...could someone explain me that
edit:
Fifa rescinded that ban i think, and azteca is only 2300 ft or something around there, it fell outside the ban anyways(2400m ). I find it still too high though, Mexico should get through due to their football play- and not through an unfair advantage that has nothing to do with football, and more about medicine. You can compare this altitude advantage to taking steroids in that respect.

WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.

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Football / Re: Vibesin it up
« on: June 09, 2009, 02:41:55 PM »
I agree, very applicable, good work to unearth this relic elan! lol

btw--

WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.

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WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.

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Football / Re: I knew it, I knew it all along - C. Homoaldo!!
« on: June 09, 2009, 02:36:48 PM »

who could consensually bull any one of all yuh female relatives at the drop of a hat, and does bull any girl he want, any time.

i just on kicks eh, but honestly, I don't think he's gay now, but if he keeps this up he could well become a real flamer, I remember hearing him say that he wants to have kids, I hope he locks down a wife quick and has a few, hopefully that snaps him out of this shit, for his sake. also, that flower was unnecessary to say the least...........


aren't you the same person who said you don't see a problem with the pants, you are metro and you would wear that with pride?

how on earth yuh could fathom wearing ah unisex short pants? verycute, if he take off that pants and lend you it, you could style that in ah carnival fete normal and formal.. imagine yuh hadda fight off ah man for the same short pants on the clothes rack at the store.. :rotfl:

yuh cyah even catch me sleeping in that.

lol. i doh see anything wrong with wearing that by de beach,  i does see men in draws by de beach.

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Football / Re: I knew it, I knew it all along - C. Homoaldo!!
« on: June 09, 2009, 01:48:09 PM »











Dat boy is ah raving, notorious macomeh man.



who could consensually bull any one of all yuh female relatives at the drop of a hat, and does bull any girl he want, any time.

i just on kicks eh, but honestly, I don't think he's gay now, but if he keeps this up he could well become a real flamer, I remember hearing him say that he wants to have kids, I hope he locks down a wife quick and has a few, hopefully that snaps him out of this shit, for his sake. also, that flower was unnecessary to say the least...........

Also--
WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.

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Football / Re: I wonder why Densill Theobald was left out ?
« on: June 09, 2009, 01:38:49 PM »
Ey, could someone answer this, why the hell do you all call him "bleeder" ??

Also, you all shouldn't be putting down the man like I see everyone doing on here, that wouldn't do him or OUR team any good, and it's not funny. Allyuh have to stop that shit allyuh does be doing with deriding our players, especially when you all single out individuals like this. If allyuh can't speak some constructive criticism, shut allyuh blasted mouth please.


WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.

Dahs he name from he area.....first time with a girl....skin rip....he start to panic and run out de house swinging and bleeding..and the rest as dey say...is history.

Ohhh shit, I would have NEVERRRR thought THAT was why he's called bleeder, lol, such an unfortunate situation and nickname. I hope he doesn't take it on and have it make him feel badly, much worse things have happened to people, dais no scene. Thanks alot man Bourbon.  :)

Are you a girl???? You sound like one !!!  :devil:

Are you an idiot???? You sound like one !!!   :devil:

I guess thats why you are posting on the "idiot's" thread ! ;D
Go put on some lipstick  :devil:

WOW, you started one of the many of threads people start here everyday. *clap clap* You must feel very important.

Sorry your life is so pathetic you have to go on the net and act like a tough guy and pick fights and deride strangers, to get your feeling of importance, and to feel better about yourself and life.


Peter , hard luck dey boy .. ah sorry !! :beermug:

don't know what you mean by that, but whaever, i always on a cool scene mackie, no offense intended in anything I said, all the best. :beermug:

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Football / Re: I wonder why Densill Theobald was left out ?
« on: June 09, 2009, 01:36:12 PM »
Ey, could someone answer this, why the hell do you all call him "bleeder" ??

Also, you all shouldn't be putting down the man like I see everyone doing on here, that wouldn't do him or OUR team any good, and it's not funny. Allyuh have to stop that shit allyuh does be doing with deriding our players, especially when you all single out individuals like this. If allyuh can't speak some constructive criticism, shut allyuh blasted mouth please.


WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.

Dahs he name from he area.....first time with a girl....skin rip....he start to panic and run out de house swinging and bleeding..and the rest as dey say...is history.

Ohhh shit, I would have NEVERRRR thought THAT was why he's called bleeder, lol, such an unfortunate situation and nickname. I hope he doesn't take it on and have it make him feel badly, much worse things have happened to people, dais no scene. Thanks alot man Bourbon.  :)

Are you a girl???? You sound like one !!!  :devil:

Are you an idiot???? You sound like one !!!   :devil:

I guess thats why you are posting on the "idiot's" thread ! ;D
Go put on some lipstick  :devil:

WOW, you started one of the many of threads people start here everyday. *clap clap* You must feel very important.

Sorry your life is so pathetic you have to go on the net and act like a tough guy and pick fights and deride strangers to feel better about yourself and your life, and to get a feeling of importance.


Peter get used to it
there are about 6 forumites on here acting like that....you can consider yourself VERY LUCKY not to be drawn in to their BULLSHIT......................and is BIG MEN with Fancy edumacation an ting eh :devil:
one ah dem does ONLY make jackass comments when he ent like a post of mine ::) ::)
next month will be THREE YEARS :devil: :devil:

lol, thanks for the heads up Werklmann, I'm used to it, it's nothing new to me because I see them all over the internet, people just like I described above. Education doesn't necessarily say you have a good life at all, in fact many people with education and money have some of the most tortured lives. I wish all such people good in life and to overcome whatever issues have them feeling the only way they can get a release is on any stranger over the net, i for one won't debase my intelligence by carrying on the argument like they want, for them to get more release and that winning n conquering feeling they long for. I'm an educated fella myself, but I see so many people with education who are really very ignorant, education doesn't say much again for someone's intelligence nowadays. also true intelligence- thinking and reasoning ability, aren't really taught sufficiently anymore, it's up to the individual.

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Football / Re: I wonder why Densill Theobald was left out ?
« on: June 09, 2009, 01:05:21 PM »
Ey, could someone answer this, why the hell do you all call him "bleeder" ??

Also, you all shouldn't be putting down the man like I see everyone doing on here, that wouldn't do him or OUR team any good, and it's not funny. Allyuh have to stop that shit allyuh does be doing with deriding our players, especially when you all single out individuals like this. If allyuh can't speak some constructive criticism, shut allyuh blasted mouth please.


WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.

Dahs he name from he area.....first time with a girl....skin rip....he start to panic and run out de house swinging and bleeding..and the rest as dey say...is history.

Ohhh shit, I would have NEVERRRR thought THAT was why he's called bleeder, lol, such an unfortunate situation and nickname. I hope he doesn't take it on and have it make him feel badly, much worse things have happened to people, dais no scene. Thanks alot man Bourbon.  :)

Are you a girl???? You sound like one !!!  :devil:

Are you an idiot???? You sound like one !!!   :devil:

I guess thats why you are posting on the "idiot's" thread ! ;D
Go put on some lipstick  :devil:

WOW, you started one of the many of threads people start here everyday. *clap clap* You must feel very important.

Sorry your life is so pathetic you have to go on the net and act like a tough guy and pick fights and deride strangers, to get your feeling of importance, and to feel better about yourself and life.


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Football / Re: I wonder why Densill Theobald was left out ?
« on: June 09, 2009, 12:45:35 PM »
Ey, could someone answer this, why the hell do you all call him "bleeder" ??

Also, you all shouldn't be putting down the man like I see everyone doing on here, that wouldn't do him or OUR team any good, and it's not funny. Allyuh have to stop that shit allyuh does be doing with deriding our players, especially when you all single out individuals like this. If allyuh can't speak some constructive criticism, shut allyuh blasted mouth please.


WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.

Dahs he name from he area.....first time with a girl....skin rip....he start to panic and run out de house swinging and bleeding..and the rest as dey say...is history.

Ohhh shit, I would have NEVERRRR thought THAT was why he's called bleeder, lol, such an unfortunate situation and nickname. I hope he doesn't take it on and have it make him feel badly, much worse things have happened to people, dais no scene. Thanks alot man Bourbon.  :)

Are you a girl???? You sound like one !!!  :devil:

Are you an idiot???? You sound like one !!!   :devil:

Having people constantly call you a name based on a incident like that wouldn't exactly do much for one's confidence, I don't know about you. Confidence is a crucial component of a good footballer, I don't think it's a coincidence that Theobald always looked to me to be one of our footballers that is lacking in confidence. Looking back at it, the way I phrased it wasn't best, but try to use your brain and think beyond the absolute surface a bit.

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bomb* rasscl*t a roun yah so di cackroch them run cum. mexico 6-0 suck a sh*t :rotfl:

What d ass you just now say there shitta? translation please someone.
Take yuh time horse. Seriously now, no need for d animosity and jealousy, we should be united as one Caribbean, not trying to fight down and break down each other at every avenue, and wishing failure on each other. I wish the best for Jamaica and I'm happy for you all for all your successes.

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SEND MORE BRITZ

BARNES BREAK IN ALLYUH MOUTH

lol, that was graphic

Bajanscout- you damn annoying man. I hear somebody say you is probably Jan Michael Williams,lol, I feel so, but then again I don't want to insult the man like that, he seem like an intelligent feller, not ignorant like you. Or to use Big Mag's words- like Ince break in yuh mouth o' wuh?  It also have this other Jamaican fella who have up ah 50cent avatar, he is another rel ignorant fella - or at least he acts so on here. No need for jealousy fellow islanders, we should be happy for one another and wish each other success, not try to break each other down.

BTW EVERYONE...-
WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.

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Football / Re: Warriors arrive in Mexico City
« on: June 09, 2009, 11:29:10 AM »
Let me clarify for you, the 4-5-1...

---------------------------------Ince---------------------------

Carlos-------------------Dog--------------Keyeno/Makan------------Keon

------------Birchie-------------Yorke---------------Trent---------

----------------------Spann---------------------------------------Sammy
--------------------------------------Kenwyne--------------------------

Spann will hadda try and join the attack when we going forward while Birchie and Trent really providing cover for carlos and Keon who will be encouraged to push forward. Yorke supposed to sit and control things and not expend energy. But the amount of running the other 3 will have to do in the middle means we will have tired legs near the end.

Keon in that position will kill us!  It's bad enough we have Carlos playing out of position on the right (even though he can defend competently), but on both wings nah!  And why take Tinto out of the lineup?  Sure he seemed nervous and didn't finish the plays down the flank, but the pressure he caused was tremendous.  To me that don't make too much sense, El Tri like da 5 defenders thing so we need 2 forwards and the likes of Tinto to pressure dem.  4-5-1 will play right into there hands as the defense will be prepared to soak up the pressure and only serve to frustrate KJ and the mids that join him in attack.

Yeah, no way Keon should be in left back, and Carlos plays excellently at right back also, he played that against Sweden in the World Cup and dominated, so you can't really call that playing him out of position- because the man plays that position like it's his main one, and don't try to bring up that goal where the guy beat him and cross- that was lawrence and Marvin's fault because of poor positioning and marking, along with the other midfielders for not tracking back- you expect any wingback to stop EVERY cross going into the box? Name ANY wingback around the world that can do that?? Carlos did his job on that play- he applied pressure, he just got beaten on that occasion, it was the defense and other players that didn't do THEIR job, because it's not like any of the goals they scored were brilliant plays- they were simple and soft goals that any properly organised defense and disciplined team would stop. That being said, I'm certain Latas and they will get it right!

Also, I agree with you on Tinto- if he can banish the nerves and hit in good crosses that will be icing on the cake, but even without doing that, he applied so much pressure on the opposition when he had the ball, and thereby took pressure off our team, and opened up space because every time he has the ball, at least 2 defenders needs to be on him, samuel did well, but when Tinto came off, there was visibly more pressure on our team. I remember seeing him playing a while ago and wondered why the ass he wasn't on the national team, I thought I heard he was from some other island or something, good thing I was mistaken. :)

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Football / Re: Warriors arrive in Mexico City
« on: June 09, 2009, 11:12:50 AM »
I don't care what happen and who injured, we'll play with heart, creative, and solid and applying pressure throughout the field, and

WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.

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Football / Re: I wonder why Densill Theobald was left out ?
« on: June 09, 2009, 10:59:17 AM »
Ey, could someone answer this, why the hell do you all call him "bleeder" ??

Also, you all shouldn't be putting down the man like I see everyone doing on here, that wouldn't do him or OUR team any good, and it's not funny. Allyuh have to stop that shit allyuh does be doing with deriding our players, especially when you all single out individuals like this. If allyuh can't speak some constructive criticism, shut allyuh blasted mouth please.


WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.

Dahs he name from he area.....first time with a girl....skin rip....he start to panic and run out de house swinging and bleeding..and the rest as dey say...is history.

Ohhh shit, I would have NEVERRRR thought THAT was why he's called bleeder, lol, such an unfortunate situation and nickname. I hope he doesn't take it on and have it make him feel badly, much worse things have happened to people, dais no scene. Thanks alot man Bourbon.  :)

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Football / Re: I wonder why Densill Theobald was left out ?
« on: June 09, 2009, 10:54:11 AM »
Ey, could someone answer this, why the hell do you all call him "bleeder" ??

Also, you all shouldn't be putting down the man like I see everyone doing on here, that wouldn't do him or OUR team any good, and it's not funny. Allyuh have to stop that shit allyuh does be doing with deriding our players, especially when you all single out individuals like this. If allyuh can't speak some constructive criticism, shut allyuh blasted mouth please.

Dasheen: De secret weapon for strength. -- LOLOL, very true man, if them europeans and americans did only know about dasheen, man, they would be friggin maximizing it. that would be the official diet before every match for Manchester United, Barca..- everybody.

WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.

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Football / Re: Palos sent me a T&T vs CRC preview on Video.
« on: June 09, 2009, 10:46:38 AM »
The guy is entitled to voicing his opinion, no need to insult him and put him down like you all are doing. Yeah, some of it might be funny, but I don't like abuse as targeted as this, especially as he'll probably read it. Try to think of his feelings(as you'll like others to think of yours and not gang up on you) before posting abusive comments against him, like I'm seeing here and on Youtube.
Eh peter , brace for impact!! :whip: :busshead: :devil:

lol

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Football / Re: Warner: Difficult for T&T to qualify.
« on: June 09, 2009, 04:00:51 AM »
I don't care as long as Dennis and Dog don't start. If Costa Rica can score on us at home imagine what Mexico will do to us in the Azteca.

And if Costa Rica lost in Mexico who in my opinion is a far better team what is our faith going to be like?
Stranger things has happened. i believe mexico has a low moral right now, they could get it @ home! if anytime i've ever seen ah weak mexican team it's now. all we need tuh do is stay composed in the back and take all our chances. i believe if we could keep it disapline, and put away our chances, we will beat almost any team.

The EXACT same thing I've been saying since that Costa Rica match.

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Football / Re: Warriorsóbetter than before but same results
« on: June 09, 2009, 03:49:42 AM »
O! a roun yah so unnu dahy :devil:

translation please somebody.

Even though Alvin Corneal is very annoying among other things, very good and honest article anyhow.

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Football / Re: Warner: Difficult for T&T to qualify.
« on: June 09, 2009, 03:46:23 AM »

d many faces of jack "d brain" warner.

a schemer
a rich man
a politician
a fifa official
a con artist
a prophet
a special adviser
a concacaf president
a dictator in d makin
a midget
a arrogant bastard
a child only a mother could love
a leader of fools
a nastee stinkin dutty counce
d brain
pinky's boss
richard grrreeedy's boss
vice head of d financial committee of d world's biggest gorilla unit(fifa)
one of d ugliest gorillas
fifa vice dicks
pardner to sepp blatter
dutty counce again
usurper
deal maker
arm twister
lemmeh stop...........................

LOL, lmao, Ah love it!   and don't forget the man that make us get to the World cup then make us take twice the number of steps we took forwards, backwards.

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Football / Re: Would Birchall make a good defender ?
« on: June 09, 2009, 03:28:01 AM »
I don't think Birchall is being put on a pedestal by anyone here. He not a great dribbler nor a great passer of the ball, but his defensive play in mid-field is commendable. Lot's of times it appears that he is doing the bulk of the defensive work in the middle.

What made it worse Whitley's injury has ruled him out and Denzil has been utterly disappointing. He has all the physical asset to be a great mid-fielder but somehow he appears to be stuck in the 06 WC gear. He needed to step up big time. He has not.

 The lack of quality defensive and offensive mid-fielders has been a huge problem. Other teams  does run thru our middle like a basket holding water. Most people just like his work ethic. Last Saturday the team did that for the 1st half at least.

Cool. I agree he should be in defensive mid, but unlike the majority of people who thinks he's the best thing since slice bread, I think is poor passing and tendencies to lose the ball makes him a liability higher up the field. Like I said before, he needs to play rigidly a deep defensive midfield role, that's where he'll be best for us, and his strong points will be maximized and his weaknesses not affect the team as much.

I hear somebody talking about how Beenhackker always picked him- the difference is that back then, though he was never as good as some of our other midfielders in attacking link up play, he wasn't losing the ball as easily or frequently as he is now, so he wasn't a liability to us driving forward, but an advantage. I think his lack of playing time at his clubs have made him regress, but like I said before, everybody seems blinded and unable to speak honestly about him. Also, other midfielders like Trent Noel hadn't stepped up back then like they have now. That said, I also like him because of his fight and tough midfield play looks to be a cool feller, but how some people eyes does glaze over when they mention his name, I feel they like him for other reasons.

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Football / Re: Would Birchall make a good defender ?
« on: June 08, 2009, 06:22:58 PM »
Thanks for backing me up on that richpy!! ;D People have to stop sipping their Birchall koolaid and start looking at him objectively and honestly, like they do for all the rest of our players. I have no idea why people in T&T do that with Birchall in particular, maybe you all can think of some reason he's held up higher than everyone else, like he's untouchable, what's so different about him that would make everyone treat him different from all the rest of our players, putting him on a pedestal despite his numerous shortcomings that sometimes costs the team as much as he helps it??? **hint hint**

That being said, like you backed me up with richpy, I believe Birchall will be a great asset for us in a strict and rigid defensive midfield role, and avoiding driving too far forward, but staying deep. If you all want to know why, read my big post above. I have a good feeling that's what Bruce Arena saw in him, and will have him play that for the La Galaxy.

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Football / Re: Palos sent me a T&T vs CRC preview on Video.
« on: June 08, 2009, 06:21:11 PM »
The guy is entitled to voicing his opinion, no need to insult him and put him down like you all are doing. Yeah, some of it might be funny, but I don't like abuse as targeted as this, especially as he'll probably read it. Try to think of his feelings(as you'll like others to think of yours and not gang up on you) before posting abusive comments against him, like I'm seeing here and on Youtube.

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Football / Re: Would Birchall make a good defender ?
« on: June 08, 2009, 04:34:41 PM »
Well we all have our favorites. Here is my starting 11

         Ince
Hislop, Jack , Thomas, Avery
Tinto, Spann, Yorke, Samuel, Keon
         Jones


Note: Lawrence and Dog must be on the bench, esp Dennie, he looks far from been the defender we need.
Sometimes I wished we had defenders like Jamaica.

 
Makan Hislop is not a right back....evidence.....look at the the US game tape....



Wow... Carlos not even on the field???...Keon?? Hislop on the right and Jack?..No more drinking and posting ;D

lol, i agree. Carlos is the ONLY automatic starter on our team.

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Football / Re: Roma fans throw bananas at Balotelli
« on: June 08, 2009, 04:27:08 PM »
This is disgusting, despicable behaviour. The pinnacle of ignorance, I feel sad for those people that their lives are so pathetic, they have to feel important and fulfilled by deriding others in the most vile way possible at any opportunity, they lucky Balotelli didn't beat their ignorant asses, he would have been totally justified, I can't imagine having to put up with that being done to me.

I'm hearing everyone talking garbage about how Balotelli's abrasive attitude encourages these attacks(really just justifying these vile and ignorant acts), but I feel it's the other way around, I imagine that growing up in Italy he's experienced so much racist discrimination, that he had to develop that abrasive, strong and very confrontational attitude to cope stand against it without craving in and becoming an confidence-dashed introvert. My attitude seems to be in contrast to him, or at least what we see of his on the television, but I feel if I grew up in an environment like Italy, where people can be so openly racist, I'd be the same as him. I'd say that Italy definitely has much more intelligent, tolerant and decent people than ignoramuses like these, but still, more than many other places it also has a fair share of very ignorant and openly racially intolerant people, and they are and not censured, but go on with these vile acts with barely a slap on the wrist.

Stay strong through all this Balotelli, I can't imagine how hard it must be, you are an amazingly talented player and strong person, and when you become a great, you'll show all these people how pathetic they really are.



WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.

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Football / Re: Goal III: Taking on the world
« on: June 08, 2009, 04:07:37 PM »
That look like it will be rel toots.

WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.WE BEATING MEXICO IN AZTECA.

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