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Football / Re: Anybody knows why Jack want to get rid of Camps now ?
« on: September 12, 2007, 12:58:40 PM »
Rumor is that Jack fed up with having to ask camps to take off de Garlic necklace when he come into the office

 :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:  :rotfl: :rotfl: gyahlic and dem apotropes does only work on bitees like camps. Master Vampires like jacula does eat dat right off man chest.

Football / Re: Anybody knows why Jack want to get rid of Camps now ?
« on: September 12, 2007, 12:49:23 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.   :'( :'( :'(


Football / Re: Whitley to head Connection.
« on: September 12, 2007, 11:35:06 AM »
Whitley to don W Connection colors.
By: Randy Bando (ttproleague).

For the first time since joining the San Juan based club eleven years ago, the Trinidad and Tobago World Cup midfielder Aurtis Whitley is about to don a different club uniform and with no other but his former rivals W Connection after being axed last Friday.
Williams told ‘ttproleague.com’ that he preferred not to disclose details of the contract but commented that Whitley is a great addition to his team.
“My passion to play for the club really went and I had to do what I did to get out.”

Connection movin like real cobeau, all now so they makin pooja for Peter Byers or Cornell to get ketch in something bad. I wonder how much "Connection" Whitley had with Fevrier before he "had to do what I did to get out"?

Football / Re: Whitley to head Connection.
« on: September 12, 2007, 09:34:05 AM »
didn't whitley play in portugal at some point?

He played in Setubal, Portugal for Vitoria FC in 1997. The information is in "TNT ROSTER" on the site homepage

Football / Re: Whitley to head Connection
« on: September 12, 2007, 09:04:35 AM »
There is always at least two sides to every story. We finally now hearing the player's side.  Hopefully he is able to rekindle that passion he lost and validate Connection's faith in him, and not give up the fight. He rep the RBW and ran with the best. Lets hope Fevrier can bring out in him that same passion Beenie was able to. I really wish the best for this fella.


Football / Re: The Joe Public reshuffle finally begins…five released
« on: September 08, 2007, 07:35:41 AM »
Public need goalscores badly, their defence conceded  20 goals so far, the second lowest after Cali. But they are not scoring well. Glasgow lookin more like a playmaker of late. Roen Nelson needs time to return to form. Not sure how their midfield is. They may regret dropping McKinnon. They will get licks in the CC championships if they don't pull up. Connection will probably release Calderon, once they buy a quality striker and they need young legs in mid and back as well. Jabloteh young guns will pull them through the end of season grind. With this group they will be hellfire in about 2-3 years time. Defence force has been truly professional.

Football / Re: Guatemala - T & T , friendly September 13
« on: September 07, 2007, 07:11:39 AM »
I guess this is cancelled?

Yuh cyah cancel sumting dat was never goin to happen.

 :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: 

Jack must have found a way to make $$$ by making announcements

Football / Re: Jack Warner Featured in New Movie
« on: September 07, 2007, 07:05:52 AM »
I am missing something hare ....What movie?????

They are making a parody of the movie "Norbit". You have to see the movie poster to understand

Football / Re: TTFF never refused Jones.
« on: September 07, 2007, 07:03:47 AM »
If Camps had only one atom of personal decency/integrity left in his body he would resign his poition.  At this point he and the rest of the TTFF are toxic
to T&T football. The TTFF is not just a joke inT&T anymore. It is an international joke- we reach. He is clearly incapable of initiating any program or policy that
could compensate for the damage he has done or salvage his reputation. IMO- the greatest posssible achievement he can make now is to set an example by
admitting that under his regime the TTFF has become adverserial to the national interest and resigning his post.


Football / Re: Maund still opts for T&T over the USA.
« on: September 06, 2007, 04:16:52 PM »
To me, it really great that he had that experience. Such a positive endorsement from a player who has had the opportunity to be in both environments.

We oftentimes criticise and berate our teams, coaching staff, and federation, some of it with reason....but it's heartening to hear this feedback. Kudos to those who were responsible for creating this sort of environment around the team. :applause: :applause: :salute: :salute:

For real Palos, in the midst of strife good things are happening

Football / Re: Young Jerrel Britto aims for higher.
« on: September 06, 2007, 04:08:06 PM »
Your son is in good hands!


Football / Re: Maund still opts for T&T over the USA.
« on: September 06, 2007, 02:50:11 PM »
anybody could comment on if this dude had a good tournament or not?

In the Germany game as the article said he had some decent chances on the left side but he drifted in and out of the game if I remember correctly. I found he

was capable of lighting things up and he has fight but his play was stifiled by the Germans along with the other T&T players.

Football / Re: Lasana Liburd looks at Kenwyne's $75m move to Sunderland.
« on: September 06, 2007, 11:45:47 AM »
Good work by the FPATT. One more small victory on the way to winning this war. What a damn disgrace when the English FA recognizes you and our "federation" does not. Even camps must be shame to get bypassed like that. When will this monkey resign like Papa-Jack tell him to.

Football / Re: Buddies go for Birchall
« on: September 05, 2007, 04:32:48 PM »
hope it works out for him :beermug:

Football / Re: Ronaldo party tricks fail to bring backlash.
« on: September 05, 2007, 01:57:52 PM »
dem man n dem is ediats!!! all dem boi de hadda do is use dey fame go ah lil party or something n dem gehin hoes on de free...dah way u en hadda worry bout dem sayin yuh pay dis yuh pay dat...buy dem ah lil brandy n ting in de party n dem en go remember how tuh reach yuh house n make sure dem leave while it still dark...simple :devil:

breds... it never free...

A wise man.....

Football / Re: Spann happy to play football
« on: September 05, 2007, 01:31:22 PM »
Spann deserves this opportunity after all the injuries and dissapointments, I hope this is a fruitful path for him.

Football / Re: Jemmott sent packing by Superstar Rangers.
« on: September 05, 2007, 01:16:58 PM »
what is there 2 elaborate? ??? if man gettin coin in a sweat dat will help him survive and other players did de same and man not fussing, why not, if i was asked i would do de same, man have tuh eat a food, man cant talk unless they know de situation in de ghetto, if u dont, doh ask me foolish questions...

GHETTO GHETTO GHETTO . wha a load ah shit ... yuh know the situation yuh does live it everyday i guess .... so it is justified fuh men to go rob a kfc or a steal ah man chain ent  ..... becuase  we eh know they situation and it will help them  survive so  we cannot talk  ...

so yuh  saying wiser to play in a fete and risk getting kicked out of a team .... how much he make at that game yuh think ? you just supporting indiscipline blindly... up to now yuh eh say he wrong !! TI wha is the opportunity cost ah hardest breaking the rules of his contract playing in that fete match fuh ah ABOUT 500TT eh ....

He chould ah just pull some damm bull when he eh have a match


 :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

Football / Re: Does Dwight Yorke belong in the Hall of Fame
« on: September 05, 2007, 01:14:41 PM »
To echo a couple sentiments above

 he should be ushered into the hall of fame based solely on being one of the few players to 'taste' the rare air of the footballing treble

Moreover, based on de amount ah bad ting he pass troo and come out clean without even ah light cough? that alone should be criteria to have him immortalized on the cover of third leg magazine for life

 :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: Classic

"Bling" patriotism and sentimentality says yes
Head says................................................probably but wait til after his retirement to judge

Football / Re: Jemmott sent packing by Superstar Rangers.
« on: September 05, 2007, 12:46:57 PM »
Too much crap already happened with Jemmott to believe that it was anybody else but Jemmott's fault he is still where he started. He is the one that chose not

to run with the chances offered him. But I doh grudge the man for not doing what everyone expected. As another poster said, he living life in the way it makes

HIM happy. To him the $$$ or desire to run ball in that tournament was worth the risk of being caught. Well he get ketch and will rightfully pay the

consequences.  His worth is now reduced, but professional football doh run on morality. He is still a good player and a Soca Warrior, who represented my national

team. I  hope he gets good contract offers and is successful in finding the type of football environment that brings enjoyment and peace of mind to he and his



Football / Re: Ronaldo party tricks fail to bring backlash.
« on: September 05, 2007, 12:02:53 PM »
Dem gyal right, when you meet a ass is to ride it. Young blood and big money is not a good mix. Before they move chupid again they should talk to  "Brian" Yorke.

Other Sports / Re: NFL - Michael Vick and Dogfighting
« on: September 05, 2007, 11:42:32 AM »

Entertainment & Culture Discussion / Re: Heating up yuh speaker box
« on: September 04, 2007, 12:01:22 PM »
Stop that Train - Clint Eastwood and General Saint

Football / Re: Defence Force thwart Tobago uprising.
« on: September 03, 2007, 08:19:39 AM »
Watch for Connection to turn it on at the end of the season.

Defence Force thwart Tobago uprising.
By: Lasana Liburd (Express).

Tough luck? Not according to Defence Force coach and former Trinidad and Tobago international standout Kerry Jamerson.
"We are professionals even before we go on to the field," said Jamerson. "We have that mental edge and discipline over the other teams... We work very hard as a team."
A discussion about football with the ex-"Strike Squad" star is garnished liberally with words like "hard work", "consistency" and "mental strength". There was evidence of all three characteristics yesterday as Defence Force shook off a substandard performance to close in on the Pro League leadership.

I like what Jamerson says there, it starts off the field. He is succeeding with an admittedly less talented and smaller pool of players than most other teams. I wonder how he would do with a team like Jab or Rangers.

Other Sports / Re: felix trinidad v roy jones jr.
« on: September 01, 2007, 11:02:09 PM »
Clash of Titans, tito is good but Roy is one-of-a-kind, dat man on a completely differnet planet. Of the great fights that could have been I think Roy Jones Jr.vs Sugar Ray Leonard would have been spectacular.

Football / Re: New CFU and TTFF websites
« on: September 01, 2007, 10:50:24 PM »
The ttff site is nice. But, the cfu site is a joke!
it is better than what they had before
 zilch, nada, nutten, nothing, rien ;D

Fuh real

Football / Re: in defence of intercol
« on: September 01, 2007, 10:14:49 PM »
palos and zandolie i never said intercol does not have its faults my basic points are
1: it cannot be blamed for the insanity in korea that blame rests solely with the technical staff
2: it needs help and improvement but it is a part of our trini identity

What we should actually be discussing are the merits of Primary School football and how we can get our better coaches working at this age, with a specific focus on improving technique. This of course could supplement similar programs at the club level (if they already exist)

Kaiser you are right it did need help, a radical reoganization. We had a good thing, our thing, but the SSFL, TTFF were LAX . The speed at which football is changing requires lightening adjustments to stay competitive.

But in the midst of destruction lie the seeds of opportunity, in fact they are right under our nose as we speak. As Observer stated club money in T&T will be moving into youth development. Here it is;  golden opportunity for TTFF and the primary schools league to hook into that money for real development. Maybe primary school ball is not as glamourous as intercol, but great things sometimes spring from the smallest and least expected places.

The schools and TTFF have a great opportunity NOW. If they fail to do take advantage of this other competing vehicles like private academies and foreign players will be the beneficiaries. And another World Cup will see us crying and complainng about the same thing over and over and over and over.......


Football / Re: in defence of intercol
« on: September 01, 2007, 01:49:41 PM »
Intercol is great part of T&Ts heritage. Trinidadians have a profound emotional attachment to their schools than most and Intercol is is a driving force behind this school spirit. Schoolboyfootball was a wonderful introduction to the process of establishing friendships, socializing with girls and building as sense of pride. But as close to our hearts as it is ,intercol in its current state can no longer meet the needs of top-level youth football in T&T. Whatever our feelings about intercol the reality NOW is it is gradually being superceded by professional and community run football clubs in T&T. How did it come to this point? 

First, intercol as a gathering ground  for the best ballers in T&T is a myth. In T&T education was split along the lines of trades and classical education via common entrance. Many youths that failed CE were forced either to work from  a young age or join trade schools. Some of the best young players of this country  NEVER played in the Intercol showcase league.  In spite of our love of intercol it was always in a sense elitist football.

The education system in T&T and other post-colonial nations uses sport primarily as a metaphor for masculinity and as a vehicle for social development, NOT as an aim of education. Around the world, sport has been trumpeted to promote war, promote peace, promote cultural homogeneity, promote racial and ethnic tolerance, promote racial and ethnic division, and promote physical and mental well being.  But it is still  RARELY recognized as a real and viable PROFESSION for the young to aspire to. In Trinidad football is still MARGINALIZED from "real education". Hence few if any overtures have been made by government or SSFL to integrate football into the structure of  education, as an END, not simply as a means. 

But change is inevitable; when change occurs institutions and individuals must adapt, die or most commonly, face a lower quality of existence. Any sportsman knows this. The acceleration of international capital injection into football has changed the climate of the game everywhere including Trinidad.

Fact: The football world has changed forever.
Fact: SSFL has not responded to this change.
Fact: Private interests represented by the professional leagues will adapt to this change
Fact: The response of private interests will and is changing the structure of youth football around the globe and in Trinidad

Intercol is becoming increasingly irrelevant as the best players increasingly associate with their professional clubs.

We may not see it, but it is happening.

The school/club debate, like all debates is at its root about competing social values. SSFL supporters, quite rightly, believe intercol is  living history. But the SSFL rested on its laurels and has not  recreated itself. Because of this I really feel Intercol is in danger of being reduced to a "homecoming" style event from its current status as a national showcase league.

The people believe that the SSFL is impeding development only have a point if a footballer needs to play for their school in order to get a scholarship. If they do not, then simply continue national training, from what I gather most of the u-17 would skip intercol to train together anyway. Regardless, SSFL is neither the great saviour nor the great nemesis of Trini youth football the competing interest contend it is.

Anyway these are just my opinions, I freely admit to being very uninformed. Ah new here doh cuss meh too hard;  ;D ;D ;D but as a Trini I ah have to run mih mouth (fingers).

Football / Re: OLYMPIC QUALFIERS - What goin on?
« on: August 31, 2007, 01:04:28 PM »
 :rotfl: :rotfl: Some ah allyuh real bad min in dis place! Where dat passa passa tournament was again?

Football / Re: Jemmott sent packing by Superstar Rangers
« on: August 31, 2007, 10:57:57 AM »
Yeah Palos I guess that's the part of the reality of modern professional sports, you can get punished for expressing your passion for the game you love.

Well, better passa passa ball than dogfightin yes

Would like to see him in connection line up, they could afford him  :D

Football / Re: Jemmott sent packing by Superstar Rangers
« on: August 31, 2007, 09:49:19 AM »
I take it these guys get $$$ for these tournaments. Is it possible players are engaging in these outside ventures because the compensation they recieve from their teams can't cut it? Does anyone know how widespread this is?

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