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Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Bahamas Game (24-March-2023)
« on: March 24, 2023, 03:35:46 PM »
Someone text that it is 3-0 ?

"I does pay my players. He (Eve) does not pay them.”

“We does ask him (Eve) to play us a game and he never does. He will play Army three times a week. He will play Police. He will play Club Sando. But he will never play Rangers.”

What allyuh think ?

Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Bahamas Game (24-March-2023)
« on: March 24, 2023, 12:56:31 PM »
Keston Julien does not have the appropriate visa to enter the Bahamas and will miss the game.


Football / Re: Kevin Molino Thread.
« on: March 20, 2023, 10:10:08 AM »
Blessings to Molino. Hang in there.  🙏🏿

Thanks. I am looking at Police and Connection. Connection 1-0. Police putting real pressure. How they eh score, I eh know. Lord, the grounds hard and dusty. Pity Gary did not put turf field instead of grass. Nice vibe and atmosphere!!!!

Football / Re: TT Premier Football League (TTPFL) Thread.
« on: March 17, 2023, 04:05:03 PM »
Any fixtures for todays games. Jabloteh and Cunupia are playing now

asylum is correct. Got this from Wiki.

Interestingly, the Cornish are credited for bringing soccer (futbol) to Mexico. In 2012, billionaire Carlos Slim purchased a 30% stake in Grupo Pachuca, which owns Pachuca and Leon. Since getting promoted to the Primera Division in 1998, Pachuca has been one of the most successful clubs in Mexico.

Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Jamaica Game (11 & 14 of March-2023)
« on: March 14, 2023, 12:53:21 PM »
Man jumping for joy and shitting themselves over a meaningless win over 'super power horse' from the Caribbean- I think not.
 Was the performance flawless? was a dominant showing? was it a lapse from the Jamaicans? what really happen here is a once in  blue moon outing with this team so far. One game does not make a dynasty- we have  long road to climb to gain any respectably in the region much less for when we venture out.

ABTrini, You putting too much into this. Anytime we beat JA, it is "the talk of the town". But I do not think Eve is that naive to think we reach after a 1-0 victory.  Some of his utterances was a bit of a "bragging rights" thing. But to me Eve sounds optimistically cautious when expressing himself. A practice game against JA is never really a practice. TT needs much more friendlies against stronger opposition to gauge this team. Games against Ven. Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Suriname would be very welcome. Don't put too much into this.

Football / Re: TT Premier Football League (TTPFL) Thread.
« on: March 10, 2023, 08:00:13 PM »
Good Attacking football from PFCC. I only saw the 2nd half

Football / Re: Dwight Yorke Official Thread
« on: March 02, 2023, 03:54:11 PM »

Football / Re: TT Premier Football League (TTPFL) Thread.
« on: March 02, 2023, 03:42:51 PM »
Cunupia FC will continue preparation this evening at 6 pm at Five Rivers Secondary School in Arouca.

How can this be ? Are You telling with all the space in central they can't get a ground to practice ?Endeavour, Chaguanas, Enterprise, Longdenville ?

Football / Re: TT Premier Football League (TTPFL) Thread.
« on: March 02, 2023, 03:29:08 PM »
 >:( :( :o ??? :-[ :frustrated:

Football / Re: Levi Garcia Thread
« on: February 28, 2023, 09:37:19 PM »
Then he can’t play in the National Cup. 

Trinbago, NBA & World Basketball / Cape Verde in World Cup Basketball
« on: February 28, 2023, 07:56:31 PM »

Michelle Katami - BBC Sport Africa
Mon, February 27, 2023 at 12:15 PM EST·1 min read

Cape Verde have made history by becoming the smallest country ever to qualify for the Fiba Basketball World Cup.

With a population of just over 500,000, the Atlantic island nation beat the record previously held by Montenegro, who qualified in 2019.

An impressive 79-64 victory over Ivory Coast sealed the Blue Sharks' spot at the tournament which will be co-hosted by Indonesia, Japan and the Philippines from 25 August to 10 September and will see five African teams compete.

On Friday, South Sudan also made history, qualifying at the first attempt just three years after the team took part in their debut international competition.

Angola and Egypt booked their places at the World Cup in qualifiers held in Cairo, while Ivory Coast were the first African nation to qualify back in August.

Football / Re: Thread for T&T vs Jamaica Game (11 & 14 of March-2023)
« on: February 27, 2023, 07:00:32 PM »
We have never beaten JA and (I think)Costa Rica in WCQ.

What about Track & Field / Re: Jereem “The Dream” Richards Thread
« on: February 25, 2023, 11:14:47 PM »
Jereem wins again in England 👍🏿🙏🏿

Football / Re: Men's U-17 Thread
« on: February 25, 2023, 11:13:12 PM »
Fats, he did make some mistakes, but he saved us embarrassment. With the exception of B’dos, the other teams were dominating us. Like 80/20 ball possession. You should look at premier league and see similar error by well paid keepers. 

Football / Re: Men's U-17 Thread
« on: February 22, 2023, 02:52:21 PM »
“It’s about attitude!” Cooper on T&T football’s shortcomings, facing El Salvador and his players’ special quality

“We are dealing with amateurs and that is different to professionals in terms of how they deal with certain situations.”

As an example, he pointed to one key player who initially refused to try any of the wide array of breakfast and lunch meals available at their Guatemalan hotel and was attempting to make do on bread and butter. Cooper threatened to drop the young man to finally get him to budge.


What this points to is an improved need for pre-tournament psychological profiling. Cooper is a humanitarian. There are coaches with whom a player with ANY inkling of that would never make it on the plane to benefit from the growth experience of being there. That behavior is a variant of the conduct exhibited by some players on trial and before they even get a whiff of a trial.

It is also effectively a hunger strike. Coach bounced his head in belief of the player and the player bounced his head out of an insecurity. Who needs that during a consequential tournament?

Asylum, I kind of on the both side of this. The coach or the selectors should have known of the player's lifestyle or religion, whatever it is. I have no problem with that. But it will affect the team and his health also. Football is skill, dexterity and power, etc. Even if he has skills and dexterity and he don't have strength and power,  what use is he to the team. In the game against El Sal. there was the left winger who was tired and the commentator mentioned it. To his credit Cooper changed him and brought Chaves, correct me if I am wrong.

These players must be honest and let the coaches know about essentials habits. Not wait at the crucial hour to tell them of your habits. That should have been straightened out in TT before they came to Guatemala.

Football / Re: Men's U-17 Thread
« on: February 20, 2023, 01:56:56 PM »
Oh, oh a side note. The white uniform is a beaut. I have to get some for my grand kids.

Football / Re: Men's U-17 Thread
« on: February 20, 2023, 12:49:39 PM »
I agreed with Kounty about " deficiencies including just holing on to the ball" and unable to adjust to the speed of the  game, the physical part of the game. All, to me are clearly obvious. I love their fighting spirit. If our guys were fitter and a bit stronger, they would have taken ElSal. But they are not.

If they are to succeed at the U20 level, they need to adjust their minds first. What it will take for them to do  the "right" things to achieve top level. A lot of 50/50 ball  left some of our guys writhing in pain. And that is against EL Salvador. What go happen when they meet a physical and fast team. This team can go far but the TTFA has to do something different to vastly minimize their difficiencies. Cardines is above the curve. Like he can play anywhere. And we know why. He is is in a professional organization. If we have about 7 players of his mind set, we going places.

I felt sorry for Panton. He was throwing his body all over the places to prevent embarassment. He and Cardines  should be training with the senior team.

Football / Re: Men's U-17 Thread
« on: February 16, 2023, 11:08:51 AM »
Ailan Panton, Rio Cardines, Lindell Sween, Darrel Garcia and Malachi Webb should be immediately drafted into the senior team. All teams now priming youth players. T&T have de oldest team in Concacaf they not going anywhere unless Eve start blooding these youths.

Rio Cardines is a boss find, de man look potent.

Patton is the mvp so far. At least for me. The guy flying all over the place to make the squad look decent.But you are correct, some of these yutes should be blooding with the U20/seniors. They don't have much time. You know how Trini developmental  system does work 4 years behind.

Football / Re: Men's U-17 Thread
« on: February 15, 2023, 09:14:45 PM »
Well is on to U19 for them. They better improve or it will be the same results.

Football / Re: TT Premier Football League (TTPFL) Thread.
« on: February 15, 2023, 05:11:39 PM »
Upcoming Fixtures.


W Connection FC v Central FC, 5.00pm, Mahaica Sporting Complex.
Point Fortin Civic v Club Sando FC, 7.30pm, Mahaica Sporting Complex.
AC Port of Spain v Defence Force, 5.00pm, La Horquetta Recreation Ground.


La Horquetta Rangers v Police FC, 7.30pm, Phase 2 La Horquetta.


Caledonia AIA v Cunupia FC, 4.00pm, Arima Velodrome.
Prison Service FC v San Juan Jabloteh, 6.30pm Arima Velodrome.


The inaugural TTPFL competition is scheduled to end on Saturday 12 June—by which time all 12 teams should have faced each other twice.

There is no news yet on the prize structure for the TTPFL, which does not have a system for promotion or relegation.

Wharfe said the top teams will receive medals. However the matter of sourcing prize money remains a “work in progress”.


W Connection FC v Central FC, 5.00pm, Mahaica Sporting Complex.
Point Fortin Civic v Club Sando FC, 7.30pm, Mahaica Sporting Complex.
AC Port of Spain v Defence Force, 5.00pm, La Horquetta Recreation Ground.


La Horquetta Rangers v Police FC, 7.30pm, Phase 2 La Horquetta.

Are these two different grounds. I really don't know this area

Football / Re: The In Memory Of Thread
« on: February 15, 2023, 02:18:48 PM »
Thanks Tallman :thumbsup:

What about Track & Field / Re: Jereem “The Dream” Richards Thread
« on: February 15, 2023, 11:37:28 AM »
Saw Jereem win the indoor 400 at the 2023 Millrose Games NY. He looked good.

Football / Re: Levi Garcia Thread
« on: February 14, 2023, 07:04:13 PM »
Levi Garcia rifles a free-kick into the top left-hand corner of the net to lead AEK Athens to a 3-0 win over Levadiakos FC. With 11 goals, Garcia is now the joint leading scorer of the Super League Greece.

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Levi Garcia is Greek Super League top scorer.
By Jonathan Ramnanansingh (T&T Newsday).

Trinidad and Tobago striker Levi Garcia is now the Greek Super League’s top scorer this season, with 11 goals to his name, for club AEK Athens.

Garcia achieved the feat after scoring the opening goal, in the 37th minute, of his team’s 3-0 victory over Levadiakos on Monday.

He’s now scored 11 goals in 20 of AEK Athens’ 21 league matches played. There are five remaining games in the league season and Garcia is currently on course to possibly cop the league’s top-scorer award.

Before he found the back of the net, Garcia was tied on ten goals with Panaitolikos striker Nikolaos. In third, with nine goals from 17 matches, is Olympiacos’ Cedric Makambu.

The victory for AEK Athens (50pts) keeps them within one point of league leaders Panathinaikos. AEK Athens however, have played 20 matches so far, while Panathinaikos have played one more.

Garcia last scored a league goal on January 15 in a 4-0 triumph over Panetolikos.

But in the Greek Sup Cup, he netted a brace in the third and 90+12 minutes of semi-final leg one last Thursday. Garcia was also on target in the 67th minute in leg one of the quarter-finals on January 18. Watch Levi's interview.

The Man on fire!!! The Brightest Star in TT football currently. Blessings.

Football / Re: Men's U-17 Thread
« on: February 14, 2023, 12:47:35 PM »
The three us goals all had an element of luck.

At the same time, if the USA's decision making and shot selection were better, we could have been looking at a rout by halftime. Time and time again they were in prime positions to score. They had 32 shots, but only 9 on goal. We had 7, with 3 on goal.

The goalkeeper save like hell. We could have gotten about seven in we backside. The team have some spunk, but they need more of everything to succeed at the next level.

Football / Re: Men's U-17 Thread
« on: February 13, 2023, 03:24:12 PM »
Their second goal against us, our stopper lose track of the guy who ran past him for a tap in. Hopefully they tie or beat US and beat B'dos. Tall order, but doable.

Football / Re: Men's U-17 Thread
« on: February 13, 2023, 01:12:18 PM »
There's nothing that you can say about Canada apart of how ordinary they look, we look just a little worse but can still score 2 goals,and with 10 men.I hope we can improve and that's not out of the question.

PS. I have beaten off Cancer over the past 7 months with Chemo Therapy at a Hospital in London.

Wow Frico. God Blessings Breds. Did not know You going thru this. My moms who is 87 just got the news from her doctors that her results after chemo is negative. Blessings, Blessings !!!

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