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General Discussion / how to convert vidoe files to a dvd?
« on: April 09, 2006, 10:08:37 AM »
anyone could tell me how to convert mpegs videos on my pc......to a dvd ?

Football / New Stadium
« on: April 07, 2006, 08:03:33 PM »
one of the girft the warriors should have gotten from reaching is a world cup is a Football Stadium..........
we need a good quality football stadium..in the North preferrably
wa allyuh tink

Football / Manchester United lacks a good midfield
« on: April 06, 2006, 07:01:08 PM »
Manchester United lacks a midfield
ever since Beckham and Keanes departure...the midfield has been broken down.
There are really no solid and brilliant midfielders playing for MAn U as were Beckham and Keane
Yes Ronaldo is sometimes brilliant but definitely not solid,Giggs looks out of it at this stage...age being a huge factor
This is something Manchester United need to focus on.
and they will be are planning on doing this by signing Argentine star Riquelme for the next season
but to me riquelme also has fitness problems relating to age
so i not sure if this signing will be the right decision
but u never kno

« on: April 06, 2006, 10:25:54 AM »

 :beermug: :beermug:

de man is 185 lbs oui  :o :o :o

Quizz Time & Facts / Question Stern
« on: April 03, 2006, 06:25:04 PM »
What is Sterns Weight in pounds...
lemme see who can get closest to his wieght

Quizz Time & Facts / Tough Modified QUESTION
« on: April 03, 2006, 06:20:40 PM »
when last did a white player play for the T&T National Squad...what year

Quizz Time & Facts / Question -WTD
« on: April 03, 2006, 05:52:11 PM »
What are the names of Dwight Yorkes Parents
preetty ez question for me, that is

Football / FIFA 06.......new discovery from WTD
« on: April 03, 2006, 05:17:39 PM »
oh gaddddddddd ah feelin BIG
ah finally pull off a rainbow in fifa 06
after years of trying to figure it out ..i finally get it
it rell badd

dey go witness it on april 29th when i go back lcm to take it all

Football / FSC
« on: March 31, 2006, 06:01:21 PM »
Check FSC tonight at 9:00 TT time
It is a program entailing the 2006 Fifa World  cup qualifiers
dey breaking down Group B

Football / Worldwide Soccer Manager 2006
« on: March 29, 2006, 04:34:14 PM »
Free Trial
real bad
manage T&T to WC Victory!!:D


« on: March 29, 2006, 04:32:02 PM »
Program, breaking down each group
Max,Nick and nex fella breaking down each group on what they have to offer etc.
and Group B is on FRiday
and they also giving predictions of d 2 to progress from each group

Football / Todays Champions League Results
« on: March 29, 2006, 03:41:20 PM »
Inter Milan -2  Villareal -1

Ac Milan - 0      Lyon - 0

just taking de initiative and posting dis thread cuz i not seeing it posted
and dis is a big tournamet

« on: March 29, 2006, 01:01:31 PM »
game starting wit shaka in goal

Football / 2006 Fifa World Cup Video Game info
« on: March 29, 2006, 12:51:36 PM »
New advanced shooting mechanics

Joe Nickolls:  In our other FIFA games when you are shooting you have to hold down the button to determine how hard you shoot the ball. What we found is that as you come in on goal users get excited and hold down the button far too long, blasting the ball over the bar, and sending it way off target. That was frustrating for users. In 2006 FIFA World Cup when you hold the shoot button down now it will control the angle of the shot.  So if you hold the button down longer it will increase the angle of the shot and if you just tap the button the shot will be low.  We take care of the power and kind of shot for you.

The shooting model has been much improved with context sensitive AI. Shooting now takes into account distance and angle from goal. Also pressure from defending players will have a direct effect on the success of the shot. .

wah kinda shyt is dat
a expert fifa gamer like me have to compensate for dem shytty ppl dat cah control a power meter??!steups
daz rell crap dat de controling d power of d shot now i.e. no bussing de net at will
all we could do is angle it...
sounding shytty ...but we will see how dis works out

but one ting dat will be sweet
is dat i hav an xbox
and is only xbox version and pc version dat getting online play
online boii
daz rel bess...cah wait to mash up ppl from all over de world with T&T

Football / Direct TV users
« on: March 27, 2006, 01:56:56 PM »
im thinking about ordering Direct TV but i would like to know if i will be getting FOX SOCCER CHANNEL on it?

and how much channels in total i  getting

Football / What ever happened to Nkosi Blackman??
« on: March 23, 2006, 05:33:53 PM »
someone update

Football / Screen Shots for Fifa 06 World Cup video game
« on: March 23, 2006, 05:22:40 PM »

General Discussion / 4 GB Flash Drives for sale
« on: March 23, 2006, 12:45:16 PM »
$950 TT
Check me for further details

« on: March 17, 2006, 03:07:27 PM »
THis will work!!


we need to put lara and Smith at 8th/7th
let them go at it with the tired bowlers
and it will eliminate the amount of  tail enders to 2

Football / Neone here on Fifa 06 Xbox Liive
« on: March 12, 2006, 07:27:52 AM »
Just wanna kno if i is de only man here on fifa 06 xbox live??
lemme kno so we could link up....

Football / Champions League
« on: March 09, 2006, 10:43:42 AM »

note dat Villareal Left out
dem eh making dat 4 sure so i eh bodder

Football / Technical Fellas
« on: February 28, 2006, 10:19:20 AM »
is there any way of enhancing the framerate or w/e
cuz the sportal.com is a bit choppy
i running on dsl


Football / TechnicalProblems in our Football Squad
« on: February 26, 2006, 08:56:26 PM »
After Watching all of our home games on dvd
i realised that we have a few consistent major problems

#1 Horrible defence....in almost every match ,,,Dennis Lawrence and Marvin looked nervous and kept making mistakes such a mis kicking the ball,,,,,send long balls up the pitch to noone on our team (mainly Marvin) and not marking defenderes on set plays(namely Corners)
At times Marvin does look to heavy to jump and Tallman does look to feeble to mark a defender
I belive we should have a 4 line defence or even 5 line defence in WC or else we in trouble

#2 Inconsistent Midfield Players....namely SPANN and Edwards...many times Spann miskicked the ball and instead of his pass going to a players feet,,,i went outside the line of play...also the touch , Spann had a problem with his touches...he cant fully get control of the ball as fast as a Latapy or Yorke can..he seems to not have his eyes on the ball at times..and makes these mistakes..lack of experience.
Edwards...yes the man like a fancy beats and ting...but he does overdo it many times...epecially when he does it in the defence and loses it ..is something to look at...however when he get upfront to the right Wing...he gets himself brilliantly into space ...but MANNNN when he ready to cross....it is really horrible.....in most of the matches,,,i have seen him deliver 3/15 good crosses in the box...most of them hit straight to the defender, sometimes hit all the way across out of play...lack of experience

I really would like to see these two main things adjusted before WC comes
because these are some major faults that we happen to carry

But i believe Beenhaaker has noticed these and many more and i pray that he fixes them in time
either by getting a midfielder in place of Spann or Getting another defender for our defensive line

But lets just lookout for these things on Tuesday ...and hope we wont see what we were seeing in the Home matches against Bahrain...etc.

Have a gud Carnival PPL Peace

Football / T&T vs. Honduras 5-stars
« on: February 24, 2006, 06:33:17 PM »
T&T W/Cup hopefuls end camp with 2-1 win - Feb 5, 2006


United States College-based forward Darryl Roberts netted a 77th minute winner to give a Trinidad and Tobago squad of World Cup hopefuls a deserved 2-1 victory over Miami-based Honduras 5-Stars in a training outing at the Sunrise Hilton Ground on Sunday.

Kevon Neaves (left), Julius James and Anthony Noreiga try to close down this attack by Honduras 5-Stars. (TTFF Media)

Roberts, playing the full 90 minutes struck in front of Beenhakker who used the second match of the training camp to have a better idea of some of the new players at his disposal as well as fine tune some of the regulars from the team which went through the qualification phase for Germany 2006.

And following a slim 1-0 win over Florida International University on Friday, Beenhakker’s squad not only met a tougher opposition this time but also gave a better showing in the early afternoon affair which was played in chilly conditions from 1pm (2pm T&T Time). Their opponents this time comprised of Honduran players who have played in their country’s domestic league as well as have featured on Honduran National Youth teams and are now with the 5-Stars which holds a high record in the Copa Latina competition. T&T-born player Jason Sealey was also in their line up.

Whitley in control

Beenhakker’s starting team was Jan Michael Williams in goal, Nigel Henry, Atiba Charles, Julius James Anthony Noreiga, Kerry Baptiste, Osei Telesford. Kevon Neaves, Anthony Wolfe, Anthony Rougier and Roberts. Errol McFarlane was not considered due to a groin strain.

The Hondurans were busy from the first whistle but T&T also started in high gear and took the lead in the 5th minute through Noreiga who couldn’t; have hoped for a better way leaving a good impression before heading off to join new MLS side Kansas City Wizards.

A well whipped in right side corner by Neaves was nodded back in from the far post for Noreiga to direct his header past goalie Richard Pinevyo.

Seven minutes later Roberts collected and cut back in on the left side before shooting wide of the far post as T&T settled early and pressed for further advantage. Noreiga, composed at the back, was also making himself wisely useful in attack and was up for the spot kicks around the widths of the penalty box. His downward header went inches wide from a left side corner in the 16th minute.

While the Hondurans were playing their known short passing and nippy style of game, T&T also kept up the pace and did it well with possession play.

A minute after Noreiga’s miss, Baptiste was well picked out wide on the right of the box and he moved in on goal before seeing his low crack blocked by the advancing goalie.

Persistence paid off for the Hondurans when a mix up between an advancing Williams and Noreiga in attempt to claim a high ball played into the box allowed Eduardo Ravenna to squeeze between both of them and run on the loose ball before hitting home into an unprotected goal.

Baptiste latched on to another Wolfe pass just before the break but once again his strong effort on goal was kept out by the ‘keeper. The scores were deadlock at the interval but Beenhakker appeared to be liking what he was seeing. He then allowed Silvio Spann, Cyd Gray and Aurtis Whitley some action by putting them on in place of Noreiga, Wolfe and Baptiste for the start of the second half.

Just after the resumption, good hustle by Gray and Spann allowed the ball to bounce into Whitley’s path and he had no hesitation before sending a right footed volley just wide of the far post from way out on the right of the area.

Rougier also had a shy at goal soon after but then Osman Pavon tested Williams with a free kick attempt on the left, forcing the young goalie to block on his near post.

Leovanny Bueso also brought Williams into action with a well taken free kick which he pushed out in the 54th minute as the Hondurans pushed more forward during the early stages of the half. But T&T withstood the pressure and gradually regained control of proceedings.

Neaves posed a constant threat to the opposing team on the left as he attempted to take on players at every given opportunity and he also created problems with some well whipped in balls from that end.

The eventual winner came when Neaves body-beat his man on the flank causing him to hit the surface on his backside, before playing it inside for Whitley who couldn’t get the shot off but was composed enough to get it through to Roberts and his quickly taken shot was only partially blocked by the ‘keeper before it trickled over the line.

Beenhakker later told his players as they walked off following the final whistle “Good effort guys. I like it. I like it very much. Thank you for the effort.”

The US-based players – Telesford, Roberts, Neaves and Noreiga will report back to their colleges and club on Sunday evening while the rest of the T&T contingent is scheduled to fly in to Trinidad at 7pm on Monday with the exception of Rougier who heads out to England. Beenhakker will announce a provisional squad of 30 players this week from which the 20-man squad for the Iceland game will come from.

Football / Did Leroy Spann invent de spanner?
« on: February 21, 2006, 07:20:12 PM »
Rell Men say dat Leroy Spann is de inventor of de spanner
and dey was strong wit it eh
reall argument bout how men chupid if dey doh believe dat and ting
is dis true??

i feel dis true
unless someone can truthfully tell me dat Pele had dat move back in de days

Football / Sydney Fc defeats Adelaide 2-1 (4-3) agg
« on: February 19, 2006, 08:02:47 AM »

Sunday, 19 February, 2006 - 9:29PM
Sydney FC will host the inaugural A-League grand final after Mark Rudan scored a dramatic late winner to give Sydney FC a 2-1 win over Adelaide United in a fiercely contested clash in front of another A-League record crowd of 30,377 at Aussie Stadium tonight.

Thirteen months after coming together to start pre-season training, Sydney FC’s journey that has taken them to Tahiti and Japan, as well as the trials and tribulations of the A-League, now sees them as the first team into the March 5 Grand Final.

Aussie Stadium will be the venue for the inaugural A-League grand final and after 30,377 fans filed into the same stadium tonight, there is little doubt it will be a full house when Sydney FC fights to win the title on March 5.

Sydney FC will have to wait to see who wins next weekend’s Preliminary Final between Adelaide United and the Central Coast Mariners at Hindmarsh Stadium to see who they will play in the decider.

The 5th meeting between these two teams served up another match that was dripping with feeling, had some good goals, tension, atmosphere and a bit of agro but it was Sydney FC defender Mark Rudan who decided the issue with a 76th minute winner.

It was a special night for Rudan, who capped off a tremendous comeback to score the winner and send the crowd into raptures.

Earlier in the year, Rudan was named Sydney FC Captain before injury and the form of young defenders Iain Fyfe and Jacob Timpano forced him into a long lay off. He returned to the starting team five weeks ago and has not looked back since.

The 30-year-old was a rock at the back, shutting down the dangerous Adelaide duo of Shengqing Qu and Fernando Rech, and then bobbed up at the far post to slot home the goal that sent Sydney FC through to the grand final.

The match started at a cracking pace as both teams had chances to open the scoring in the first minute but the occasion seemed to spook the sides for the following 15 minutes.

Sydney FC, buoyed by an A-League record crowd, slowly started to get on top and it was Saso Petrovski who opened the scoring in the 29th minute when he was played in behind the defence by Ruben Zadkovich.

Petrovski’s 9th goal of the season brought Sydney FC to life and they went to the break leading 1-0 and with momentum.

That changed in the second half as Adelaide came out searching for the two goals they needed to score to get through to the Grand Final and Sydney FC retreated too deep in defending the lead.

Adelaide leveled the issue in the 60th minute when they scored a well deserved equalizer through Shengqing Qu, who slotted home a goal that was identical to the goal Fernando Rech scored last weekend.

The equalizer seemed to jolt Sydney FC back into action and both teams had chances to go ahead before Rudan struck with his third goal of the season in the 76th minute. It was certainly the most important goal he has scored this season.

A set piece was half cleared and Rudan remained forward, bobbing up at the far post to slam the ball home following an inch-perfect cross from Mark Milligan.

The final 15 minutes saw Adelaide unlucky not to net a second equalizer that would have sent the game into extra time but it was not to be and Sydney FC won through to the Grand Final.

Rudan was again the hero late in the game when he cleared a ball off the line following a shot by Fernando Rech.

Sydney FC did score a second goal when Andrew Packer seemed to have out the icing on the cake in the 88th minute but it was ruled out for offside.

In the end it didn’t matter and Sydney FC was the first team through to the March 5 Grand Final.

Tickets for the Grand Final go on sale to Sydney FC season ticket holders and members on Monday, to the (FFA) Football Family on Tuesday and the general public on Wednesday.

Sydney FC 2 (Saso Petrovski 29, Mark Rudan 76) d Adelaide United 1 (Shengqing Qu 60)

Aussie Stadium, Sydney
Sunday February 19, 2006
Referee: Mark Shield
Crowd: 30,377

Sydney FC

1. Clint Bolton (gk)
2. Iain Fyfe
3. Alvin Ceccoli
4. Mark Rudan
8. Matthew Bingley
10. Steve Corica
11. Sasho Petrovski
12. David Carney
16. Mark Milligan
19. Dwight Yorke
23. Ruben Zadkovich

14. Andrew Packer on for 23. Ruben Zadkovich (66th minute)
15. Terry McFlynn on for 12. David Carney (71st minute)
7. Robbie Middleby on for 10. Steve Corica (88th minute)
24. Tolgay Ozbey (not used)
20. Justin Pasfield (not used)

Yellow cards: (David Carney 36, Mark Milligan 58, Terry McFlynn 80)

Adelaide United FC

1. Daniel Beltrame (gk)
2. Richard Alagich
3. Kristian Rees
4. Angelo Costanzo
5. Michael Valkanis
6. Ross Aloisi (c)
8. Carl Veart
10. Fernando Rech
13. Travis Dodd
17. Adam van Dommele
19. Shengqing Qu

18. Robert Cornthwaite on for 13. Travis Dodd (85th minute)
22. Greg Owens on for 19. Shengqing Qu (79th minute)
11. Louis Brain (not used)
20. Robert Bajic (not used)
21. Jason Spagnuolo (not used)

Yellow cards: (Adam van Dommele 81, Ross Aloisi 92)

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