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Football / Re: Blacklist to end??? MAYBE!!!
« on: September 21, 2007, 07:45:06 PM »
That is good news man...unconfirmed or not
Look like FPATT ress ah bull pistle in jack back or wha?

Either way...watch him careful,, he always have some scheme hiding inside he cloak
       The players have not one anything,as a matter of fact it's a win win situation for Jack because he had things his way and now they all going to come back and play without the money,lets see now what kind of agreement they will make with Jack for the training and games for this WC,my experience with situations like these in T&T players does end up having to humble in order to play and is the same thing that happen here,i realize this from the time i hear Shaka not going to court and FPATT not getting involved.(just my view)        

Coops the players must be very happy for the end of this blacklist.  And I salute them in that courageous stance they took, especially men like Sancho and Shaka. But no matter how many players come back, the fact is TTFF lied and tried to obfuscate their $$$ dealings. Maybe I'm a neva-happy kinda person and small victory is small victory, BUT, but I not feelin no great joy about this until I see not only end of blacklist but punitive action against the TTFF and the advisor, even if its just Camps forced to publicly acknowlede what they did to our National Team was unjust. Allyuh feel free to throw down a happy wine but we still have a heavy ball an chain roun we foot.

Blessings

4262
thx eman.

trini woman really at another level now.

they put the bull in red bull fo sho.



Dat one in the middle go be mih nex ex-wife. ;D ;D

4263
Football / Re: Sunderland v Middlesborough Preview/Game thread.
« on: September 21, 2007, 06:20:34 PM »
       >:( >:( Steups

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Football / Re: Blacklist to end??? MAYBE!!!
« on: September 21, 2007, 05:24:40 PM »
OK it's now OFFICIAL!!! The news just came over TV6 and Flex just posted the Press release! We can now exhale!!!

Nice to hear that blacklist is over. I personally not exhalin til Jack et al are run from TTFF. The players have them by the balls, I hope they don't stop squeezing.

Peace

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hmmm so when yuh hear ah man say good bullet in ah JA match that could mean something totally different

 :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:



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Football / Re: The Seal Dribble
« on: September 20, 2007, 12:38:28 AM »
Then you go get red card every game you play against  Kierlon.
I doh see what all de uproar is about...when man sharing sex and wrong address right and left nobody complaining about how he gallerying. If de move legal then take yuh beats like ah big man and stop facking up de game wid yuh ruffian tactics.

Agreed. He look like he like gallery, but so what.....licking dong de fella is a tacit admission that you have no answer to his tactics. Also the man small so they feel they could rough him up. If tall, strong fellas like K. Jones was to do that how much physical treatment you think he will get.

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Football / Re: Warriors tackle mighty Mexicans
« on: September 20, 2007, 12:09:56 AM »
Warriors tackle mighty Mexicans
Wim lines up Mexico, El Salvador

Ian Prescott iprescott@trinidadexpress.com
Thursday, September 20th 2007


Meanwhile, Lincoln Phillips, T&T football's technical director, feels that T&T should have played many more such matches at this stage.
At this stage we are still ahead in the ball game, but not by far. We have never started our programme immediately after the World Cup, we usually wait two years before doing something. It would definitely be better for us to be playing games, regardless of which teams we play."

Mexico my ass.

How are we ahead when Jamaica supposed to be playing Nigeria and we playing El Salvador. And as for the Mexico match this is at least the 2nd time this year TTFF announced we playing Mexico, maybe we will get the Mex Women's u-14 this time.

4268
Football / Re: Tribute to John "Ian" Porterfield
« on: September 19, 2007, 10:25:58 PM »
RIP

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Football / Re: Cats legend: Jones is our Rooney.
« on: September 19, 2007, 11:01:42 AM »
Nice to see Jones doing well and recieving praise.

But acclaim is a two edged sword, where you find that you also find criticism. I'm sure he understands that the intensity of the criticism will be just as strong, if not stronger, in those times he suffers a lack of form. Remember when Beenie commented that even Jones does not know how good he is? He should have many good years in the EPL and hopefully a few in CL.  :beermug:

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Football / Re: Football Reaching Out For Africa
« on: September 19, 2007, 10:22:06 AM »
 :) :) :) :beermug: :beermug: :beermug:

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I vaguely remember this. Sam did they ever even give an "official" reason for them firing him?

4272
Football / Re: Highlights of Pres Sando vs Saints (1986 Intercol Semis)
« on: September 19, 2007, 09:40:58 AM »
now is it just me or did i watch a clip of 22 hard back men on a football field representing colleges..

what dem fellahs was eating back in dem days??

Blue food an royal castle

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Football / Re: Watch this space!!
« on: September 15, 2007, 12:57:35 AM »
Ok but didnt the Government give money to them and if so could they not investigate.

As I understand it the gov't donation did not come with any legal bearings on the specifics of how it was to be spent. A kinda "free" money thing, like donating to a charity that claims to give $$ to orphanages. If no specific claim is made as in "we'll give $100 to 2 orphanages", then if they give $.01 and spend $99.99 on salaries then they can legally claim to have fullfilled their mandate. I am not in law, so others could tell me if I'm off on that one.

AKA in N. America as corporate welfare

Close...except the government money wasn't a donation per se, but a 'goodwill gesture' if you will.  The government was just buying some political capital by piggybacking on the outpouring of pride and nationalism that followed the Germany campaign.  They didn't want to lose face to one of their biggest political opponents (Jack and the UNC) so they was trying to be in thing by giving away public money.  Unless there was some type of stipulation as to how the funds were supposed to be spent then the recipient (TTFF) is free to spend...or not spend, as they see fit.

I used that analogy b/c this situation reminded me of the fire an' brimstone Southern preacher who encouraged people to send him money so he could donate it to an orphanage in Haiti. He even showed video footage of himself visiting the orphanage. You know de scene; poor black children with distended bellies, far away look in their eyes, cobo rushin dem, yadda yadda . De man was huggin dem up, blessin dem; he bawlin big tears an all kina ting, beggin people to sen $$$. The priest in charge of the orphanage say how the preacher is de sword of God, how he save X amount of children life etc, etc. Well 60 minutes or somebody do a expose on him. Yuh know mih boy was sending  only $20-$30/month to de damn orphanage and pocketin MILLIONS! They even talk to the priest. The priest tell them he had to smile and let the man gallery because $20month better than nutten.

The poeple that donated this money, much of whom were elderly African-American widows looking to do some good in the world, were not legally entitled to a single penny in compensation. Robert Tilton was his name.

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Football / Re: Bobol
« on: September 15, 2007, 12:21:03 AM »
Darkness always comes to Light. Jack, Camps allure days numbered.

Sorry to say it.....but dream on bro.  Camps MIGHT be made a sacrificial lamb and given some sort of post in CFU or sumting, but gettin he out is jes removin a figurehead.  De real person as we ALL know dat need to go is Jack Warner and dat not happenin.

Preach dat pastor!

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Football / Re: Anybody knows why Jack want to get rid of Camps now ?
« on: September 14, 2007, 11:30:28 PM »
I think your question may have just answered itself  ;D ;D ;D

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Football / Re: Watch this space!!
« on: September 14, 2007, 11:19:24 PM »
I wonder why the government cant charge the people in TTFF with fraud.

TTFF is a private entity...whatever they do with their money is not an issue for the Government.  Would be differently if they misappropriated public funds...or the funds of investors.

Ok but didnt the Government give money to them and if so could they not investigate.

As I understand it the gov't donation did not come with any legal bearings on the specifics of how it was to be spent. A kinda "free" money thing, like donating to a charity that claims to give $$ to orphanages. If no specific claim is made as in "we'll give $100 to 2 orphanages", then if they give $.01 and spend $99.99 on salaries then they can legally claim to have fullfilled their mandate. I am not in law, so others could tell me if I'm off on that one.

AKA in N. America as corporate welfare

4277
Football / Re: Watch this space!!
« on: September 14, 2007, 10:53:58 PM »
"Oliver Camps, the T&TFF president, could not explain the vast difference between the two financial statements. He was driving when contacted by the Express and, he explained, could not concentrate on figures at the time.

He did not feel he could help if the Express contacted him later either.

"I would prefer if you call (T&TFF general secretary) Richard Groden, who should have all that information," said Camps, who has led the local body for over a decade.

Groden was not at the T&TFF headquarters when the Express called and the staff were not certain when he would return.
"


Ssssssssssstttttttttttttttttttteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuupppppppppppsssssssssssssss


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Football / Re: reserve league
« on: September 14, 2007, 06:30:14 PM »

arent there 10 teams in d pro league? so then should the reserve league have.........

Man eh want to leave Tobago to play reserve games, with all de ball in Tobago. ;D

It still early but Trent Lougheed looks to be one of the better players in SSFL this year

Who he playin for?
Carapichaima. The same ones who lick up Central Zone last year. And take 5 when they play their 1st North team. ;)

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Football / Re: reserve league
« on: September 14, 2007, 05:37:30 PM »
arent there 10 teams in d pro league? so then should the reserve league have.........

Man eh want to leave Tobago to play reserve games, with all de ball in Tobago. ;D

It still early but Trent Lougheed looks to be one of the better players in SSFL this year

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Football / Re: God is de Boss...Jemmott
« on: September 14, 2007, 05:32:14 PM »

but Hardest saying Rangers should have called him in first and hear his side of the story which according to Hardest( or TI)...is that the Passa Passa Football was like "community Service"....maybe a point ...but this is Pro football son.....

You right, in in a way he was right  ;D. The Pro league could worse than to have some of its players visible in the sporting life of the community that they supposed to represent. Especially if they are well known sons of the community itself. Maybe more than the players padnahs go show up to watch PL ball. But he signed a contract and his actions were not sanctioned by the terms of his contract. Jemmott passion seems to lie in the type of football where he makes less money but where he is an important member of the community; that is a strong consideration for some people, worth more than $$$.

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Football / Re: Watch this space!!
« on: September 14, 2007, 02:08:06 PM »
Hopefully it will be good news for T&T football. God willing the players and FPATT will  soon see the fruits of their sacrifice and hard work.

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Football / Re: 13 teams for Women's Football League opening.
« on: September 14, 2007, 11:14:49 AM »
 :beermug: :beermug: :beermug:

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Football / Re: reserve league
« on: September 14, 2007, 10:13:28 AM »
Pro league reserves? I have not seen any games but I follow the scores. can't be too bad as some regular subs in PL play sometimes. I believe some current  and former  SSFL players like Trent Lougheed and Elijah Manners play in reserves.

4284
Football / Re: Roberts tries to break into Sparta starters.
« on: September 14, 2007, 10:08:27 AM »
1) He spoke of the inconsistency of the weather, probably patterns that had a decline in temperature. A warm summer morning that turns into chilly conditions can be very miserable

2) I once did a media interview after a big tournament and handed in a written release offering my summations. The news story was quite different from both my written and verabal comments. It was not the first time that happened nor the last, but it was startling how different their version was.

Peace

4285
Football / Re: Roberts tries to break into Sparta starters.
« on: September 14, 2007, 09:43:40 AM »
I'm sure anybody whoever play University or college ball in the "Great White North" could relate...Since the season is in the fall...lehme tell yuh, even as yuh love the game, sometimes social and environmental factors ca be a slight distraction...especially during practice...then if yuh live at distance...sometimes yuh doh wha leave the warmth of yuh humble home, sometimes yuh hit ah slight depression,  then yuh realize shim "ah better get going yes", especially if is yuh bread & butter....so yuh late.....BOOM...traffic in yuh sc**t....so now yuh stressed, yuh hustlin, cause yuh doh wha get buff etc....
30 yrs in the same Company, an everyday (except in d summer) ah late ! Lucky ah had the mind to try to be the best at what ah do, otherwise they woulda fire/drop meh arse long time...Even for semipro sports was hell if we had ah early morn. wknd practice or game..
Yet ah fine Roberts sound like he coping well, considering he may not have a wife/family like mine to harass meh arse every morn (throw cold water, play horsey times 3 jockey etc....it was always a welcome distraction to dis day, for me to sometimes - even during practice - to daydream how ah could maintain all this opportunity, and get back home..
Fight-up Mr. Roberts, it go make yuh better an stonger..xperience will serve yuh well down the road...

Now since ah was ah hour late this morning, ah better show these ppl why they shouldn't bench meh oui  :devil:   

I played University ball in Ontario and it not easy runing around in short pants in quite October, sometimes  November. Especially when man giving yuh talk for shivering, teeth chattering etc, not mention sittin on a bench so you can't even sweat to get warm.



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Football / Re: Caribbean Olympic qualifiers
« on: September 14, 2007, 09:19:45 AM »
It betta b E because Cuba will b harder to play

Yes, Cuba will be in our group at the next stage.  They go cut we tail and we go go home. No Beijing.  I guarantee it. Such is the state of our soccer.

yuh tink cuba go beat we eh ... yuh tink so ?  eh eh ... once the  pick the best player we have available we will advance
Just pray that T&T are the hosts again for the next round.  :devil:

Like how Jamaica was host of the WC U 17 qualifying?
Yes! And T&T hosted both the U-17 and U-20 World Cups. The 2007 Digicel Cup Final round and CFU Youth Cup for the past 3 years. ;D ;D

 :clown: :clown: :clown: :clown: :clown: :clown: :clown: :clown:

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Football / Re: Joe Public will not compete in the Super League next year
« on: September 13, 2007, 10:39:06 PM »
Look ting. Ah jes graduate to Jr. Warror...thanks Jack ;D

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Football / Re: Joe Public will not compete in the Super League next year
« on: September 13, 2007, 10:32:29 PM »
Jack,

I know that you vex that the government took $50,000.00 out of your pocket. Does this mean that the U17 team will also not compete in the Super League next year?  :rotfl: :rotfl:


 :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:     Warner allergic to the absence of money

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Football / Re: Joe Public will not compete in the Super League next year
« on: September 13, 2007, 09:34:53 PM »
Source: Trinidad Guardian

TWO-TIME champions Joe Public has taken a decision not to compete in the National Super Football League next season.


The other clubs also not benefiting from the fund include Defence Force and WASA, both government institutions.

Warner said when the club asked for an explanation as to why Joe Public would not receive the fund, a totally unacceptable reason was given.



The insult and utter disregard meted out to Joe Public by the relevant authorities in this regard as well as certain persons associated with the Super league cannot go unnoticed and unaddressed.”


Hmmmm.....is the Warner's stranglehold on football slowly coming loose? Or just politics. How dat medicine taste going dong yuh throat Daryll


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Football / Re: Anybody knows why Jack want to get rid of Camps now ?
« on: September 12, 2007, 01:07:53 PM »
After our youth team appearence in Korea Uncle Jack told me he was visited by the ghost of football past (Dom Basil) and had an epiphany.....he has finally seen the error of his ways and has vowed never to raff another penny from T&T football. He now wants only to do good for his national team and his country. He has sworn a blood oath to defend our football against its real enemy, the GOVERNMENT. Inspired by the ethical principles of FIFA,  he is asking Oliver Camps to retire to pave the way for a younger, independent person such as Shaka Hislop whom he has less chance of influencing. Thank you Jack.   :'( :'( :'(

Serious.......


So he decide to lift de Jacklist den? ::)

Nah dem fellas is "greedy mercenaries" only interested in sukkin T&T dry........ ::)

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