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Football / Re: Fabio Capello resignation
« on: February 09, 2012, 05:42:26 PM »
I like most watch the priemer league every weekend, I am a MANU fan however I am not a fan of the English national team they are just not good enough. Capello needed to go his team selection and tactics were very poor. The interrim coaching job has been given to Staurt Pearce he may very well end up getting the job full time. I dont think Harry Redknap will take the job he is right wear he wants to be with a team in the Champions league (barring any mishaps of form with spurs) Roy Hogdson can`t handle big name players, had Martin Oneil not taken that job recently at sundenland he may have been a good candidate

Football / Re: ‘Gally’ slams woeful ‘Warriors’
« on: November 15, 2011, 04:55:05 PM »
Gally needs to shut up because he also failed when we needed only a draw at home to qualify with the strike squad

Football / Re: Fifa vice-president Jack Warner resigns
« on: June 20, 2011, 05:13:14 PM »
trinis really dont know what they want jack gone finally and some having mixed doubt asking what will happen to we football and all kinds of nonsense, if you think that Jack spent his own money on TNT football then you must need you head examined, that money allocated to trinidad and toabgo football, where will our football be without jack well where are with him, at the bottom looking up with that i say be gone satan good bye adios so long and is only so long before they get you out of that big budget ministry

dey teef de fu#ing money and blacklist we fu#king players ..and people still asking for SUBSTANCE...well done Firebrand

Leh we try and maintain focus here... what does ^^ that have to do with the allegations in the article above that Jack has shown contempt for the court's ruling?.................@bakes you full of it isn't this also a forum jackula is guilty by association given his position and status he should be pushing for TTff to be more transparent (if it walks like a duck quacks like a duck chances are its a duck, show me your friends and I will tell you who are my grandmother used to say)

Football / Re: Centre Backs
« on: May 10, 2011, 04:27:41 PM »
aldo i am a big man u fan i dint vidic is #1 i have notice in 1 v 1 situations he gets beat to frequently but he is in the top I will say, the best right maybe tiago silva or rio ferdinand when fit they are outstanding readers of the game and very compose on the ball

Football / Re: Best games seen in t&T over the years
« on: March 17, 2011, 05:32:40 PM »
Rat boy yuh really bring back meh grade land memories, Jeffrey was a boss player before he went off, and I witness madee give man red card before the game start. Rat weh yuh from ? the 'Corro? yuh seem to know a lot about football in the area.. some of the best players pass thru right they in grade land.. of  course me boy mickey rat, sean and nigel mcleshie, roger john, sean euzeube, even whitley played with young hearts in grade land. In addition to them players Mico had men like monkey, miguel hackett (army) ,rambo (army) and puckerin (army), jacko.. one of the best to ever save in Aranguez, steve francette (tolleram), mello bout bomb squad, we used to rule Aranguez, the savannah pack when Mico playing, especially when they playing Survival, that was like a FA final everytime.
college i can`t remember rambo playing with mirco in Aranguez

Football / Re: Best games seen in t&T over the years
« on: March 17, 2011, 05:25:36 PM »

  Re: Best games seen in t&T over the years
« Reply #11 on: February 02, 2006, 06:54:48 AM » Quote 

Quote from: College on February 02, 2006, 01:08:32 AM
Mico EYM vs Survival in Aranguez savannah, big final and Tappa want down the left side and cross a bullet and Mousey come diving first post with a dread header, bam 1-0 with about 2 minutes to go.. and the whole ah El Socorro storm the field.....

 hillsdale vs mico, hillsdale vs survival, hillsdale vs barataria ball players, hillsdale vs anybody in aranguez it was total football crowd enjoyed every game wheather hillsdale win or loss people were greeted to great football

I must say yes we had the talent i can`t say for now because i have not seen the a local games in many many years but i would say again we had players on par with other countries to include some european countries, having lived in germany for a few years i can truly say had some our players born there they would have been superstars, our talented players started loosing interest in 80`s so the younger players had no yard stick to measure to locally and the reason why ....JACK THE TNT FOOTBALL KILLER AND HIS HENCE MEN..and you older heads know this to be true the criminal started back in the day when level brother grounds used to be filled with paying folks, the criminal pass and take all the gate money, he ban pro pioneers, he ban asl league he ban sammy, if i cant get a piece of the action he out law you, look at the world cup fiasco players still cant get they money that the cancer of TNT FOOTBALL ........

Football / Re: Kenwyne jones.
« on: February 07, 2011, 06:32:37 PM »
All i have to say is there is no replacement for skill and KJ is very very limited in the skill department his positional play is not good he needs to read the game more, his ball control is non exsistant

Football / Re: Spann only addition for Digicel Finals
« on: November 23, 2010, 04:30:59 PM »
lets face the facts and be truthful spann should not be on that team

Football / Re: Best team to ever visit T&T.
« on: February 14, 2010, 11:16:16 AM »
does anyone remember the black all starts with garth cooks and viv anderson to name a few, also ny comos were a very good team pele chilnalia, fransciso marino, alberto carlos, beckenbauer

Football / Re: Mr. Warner taxes
« on: August 25, 2009, 05:35:17 PM »
To does that think that Jack Warner is really about helping TnT football you are sadly mistaken that man is all about himself the standard of football in trinidad and tobago has not improved in the last 10yrs maybe more what system have he put in place to assist in the development of the game none that i can see, Eddie Hart in my opinion has done more for football than jack, now he wants to play politician nothing wrong with ambition but at who expense john public and the idiots who are easily bought

Football / Re: 'Bleeder' chooses country over club trial
« on: May 19, 2009, 04:30:23 PM »
bleeder afraid of challenges scared to be away from TnT, some how I get the feeling that he thinks that he a big fish in a small pond. He scared of failure so he does try full heartily and he is not the first player from TnT to do so I give credit to Sancho for sticking it out when a lot us said he should come home

Football / Re: The Enigma of Silvio Spann
« on: April 16, 2009, 04:15:57 PM »
Just like densil he beg to come home he should have stayed in japan a bit longer and develope some more

Football / Re: Changes to men's senior team technical staff‏.
« on: April 10, 2009, 05:00:24 PM »

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    Re: Changes to men's senior team technical staff‏.
« Reply #18 on: Yesterday at 12:15:54 PM » Quote 

Quote from: scooby on Yesterday at 11:03:39 AM
we need a coach who understands the culture of the people and can create or enhance the brand of football that is best suited to make the team successful, I think that Russell has the insights and know how to have this done and take the team forward in a positive way provided that he has matured and can put his demons to rest for the betterment of TNT football

Don' t get me wrong. I want Latas to succeed.
But you are saying that he has the insights and know how to take the team forward based on him being one of, if not, the best player we ever had and him being the assistant to the reserve coach at Falkirk?
No sir not based on being the best player but being player who has come to distinguish the trini style of play every country must play to there strengths our problem is that we have always tried to play everybody else brand not ours, why do we need to turn to foregin coaches when we have very cable ones right there in TnT, the players already respect latas and know him as he knows them. Once again i stress his biggest challenge will be his own personell demons and his commitment to the improvement to our football can he get past those things will be left to be seen

Football / Re: Changes to men's senior team technical staff‏.
« on: April 09, 2009, 11:03:39 AM »
we need a coach who understands the culture of the people and can create or enhance the brand of football that is best suited to make the team successful, I think that Russell has the insights and know how to have this done and take the team forward in a positive way provided that he has matured and can put his demons to rest for the betterment of TNT football

Football / Re: Call for Gally to coach Warriors.
« on: April 06, 2009, 04:37:31 PM »
why would we call gally now at this stage and for that matter at any stage yes gally did ok with the strike squad but the fact of the matter is YES HE FAILED with 1 point needed playing at home not qualifying is a failure anyhow people want to spin that is failure NO TO GALLY NO NO NO NO NO if you want to give anyone a try at this give to latas but no in short term basics but long term

Football / Re: K Jones is all hype
« on: April 02, 2009, 05:55:59 AM »
K jones is a goat no first touch no sense of positional play his movement of the ball is not good

Football / Which player played for the most schools in intercol.
« on: November 08, 2008, 10:14:52 AM »
my good friend pope play for three different schools in intercol football tranquli, gustine and san juan after that I think they change the rules of repeating just to play football. I am just wondering if anyone knows of any player that played more than that and what schools they played for

Football / Re: Which Intercol player had de BEST SEASON ever?
« on: November 07, 2008, 05:40:52 PM »
if you guys never see Ian `the dread dribbler` cluzel play please ask somebody no matter era if they did not say he was the best then they are lying or very bias the man had everybody calling his name  friend and foe you young guys on here ask an older head about cluzel let them tell you

Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs USA Game (15-Oct-2008).
« on: October 15, 2008, 08:20:32 PM »
watch jack fire the coach and install latas as the coach sometime in the near future just watch latas go be coach taking we to south africa, he and york done call back spann after he was off the radar for so long

Football / Re: T&T's best ever Central Defender.....who would that be?
« on: September 30, 2008, 03:45:44 PM »
We Trinbagonians does rate up man and call them "great" based on games against Caribbean opposition and when dem same fellas meet high quailty opposition dey cant see dem way !!!...Man caling names like Faustin, Power, Morris, Sancho or even Williams and the calling them great defenders ...Now dont get me wrong I admire and thank these fellas for what they did for my national team but truth be told we never had anything close to a great defender so allyuh could stop de nonsense
well not all of us have been brain washed to believe that any and everything foregin is better than what we have or produce also as i recall the topic is called T and T best ever central defender

Football / Re: T&T's best ever Central Defender.....who would that be?
« on: September 30, 2008, 01:35:51 PM »
For me personally I would have say clayton (JB) Morris and yes he started at left back but shifted to central defence however i do agree that Figaro, Russell Tesheira were both very good but I give Morris the edge he was very consistant and he did have as good of a supporting cast as Figaro that's not knock Brian Williams he was excellent but the others at most times were not very good but they were OK. Morris benefited from being at ASL and playing with likes of Stewart Charles who to me is the best defender I have seen played in Trinidad and Tobago we should have give Charles citizenship then would made to WC in 1990. Not since Morris have there been any defender that who reads the game as well. Carlyle Andrews was also a very good reader of the game and I think he decided to his studies instead if I am not mistaken there were some problems with him at LIU can`t remember the details. To those whose said tallest or Dog please don`t insult the footballing intelligence of the folks on this forum

yes yes guys I know the stories about Downer but lets give his kudos as a ref and contributor to Trinidad and Tobago football as man he needs to check his morality

Football / Re: What ever happened to Justin Latapy ?
« on: September 23, 2008, 05:37:43 PM »
damn them barataria men do give boy but can`t remember college I play against ball players many time when they meet hillsdale in aranguez that was always a crowd puller I even remember missing a penalty in know out semi final

Football / Re: The best player never to play in a World Cup
« on: September 19, 2008, 04:51:12 PM »

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    Re: The best player never to play in a World Cup
« Reply #6 on: Today at 01:30:01 PM » Quote 

Quote from: palos on Today at 12:39:54 PM
George Best

George Weah

Ryan Giggs

Liam Brady

Alfredo Di Stefano

Eric Cantona

David Ginola

And of inevitable..."Hardest"

Feel free to add more to de list

BTW...Latas DID play in de World Cup.  Not enough for most of us of course but he did play.

From dah list...wit all due respeck to Hardest, Di Stefano would take my vote as de best never to play.

Some will say he is de best player de game has ever seen period.

Locally the 73 Squad with DeLeon 

Alfredo Di Stefano  Hands down. I watched some video recently Lard ah bawl out!!!!

Then the two Georges. Best and Weah

Also add Bernd Schuster to yuh list

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    Re: The best player never to play in a World Cup
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from that list i would to say george best without a doubt


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     Re: Ever wonder why they eh have any black or Afro-Argentine ballers?
« Reply #5 on: Today at 04:27:09 PM » Quote 

Argentina is one of the most racist countries in the world most of the population clam to be white in there country censes even is their mix race they still don’t clam black its not a good place for black anyway why you think they don’t get along with Brazilians plus all the Nazi and Italians from world war 2 escape to Argentina hence there racism                                     correct absolutely true                                                               

Football / Re: It now making sense...I figure out why Lawrence was dropped.
« on: September 17, 2008, 12:43:22 PM »
touches thanks for trying to make sense out of nonsense but what you have us is more nonsense if that was the case why not rest cornell glen and play scotland to see what he would give you up from as a loan striker that plan they went with was pure garbage but you reasoning was almost believable good argument on the behalf of those clowns

Football / Re: Should Maturana be Fired?
« on: September 11, 2008, 03:55:55 PM »
Fire anton, Fire pancho, fire them all we should have told Roy Keene that we are not letting Yorke go and insisted that he stayed if were any of them European countries they could pull that sh** that Keen pull and Yorke was all to willing to go so F*** him do not use Trinidad and Tobago as no practice for that sh** side sunderland thank you for all you done Mr yorke I love you but we must part now, and this is anyone who still thinks that coach pancho knows what he is doing then there on crack, Corneal is pulling the strings those tactical moves have their prints all over them FFFFFFiiiiiiiiirrrrrrreeeeeeee  the coach and Anton asap

Football / Re: Was Point Fortin Civic Centre the best?
« on: August 26, 2008, 04:06:47 PM »
  Re: Was Point Fortin Civic Centre the best?
« Reply #44 on: Today at 05:49:34 PM »   

Quote from: 100% Barataria on August 23, 2008, 04:17:07 PM
Quote from: Coop's on August 23, 2008, 01:53:26 PM
Quote from: 100% Barataria on August 23, 2008, 11:48:01 AM
Can't comment on de 70s, but we cut dey backside many times in de 80s in de mang, so by def. that makes us one of the best in de 80s  , I'd certainly say so since apart from Army and Oilboys, we produced a healthy # of national ballers

     The Civic Centre i'm talking about i don't think Ball Players played in that league at that time,Ball Players came out afterwards,why i'm saying that is because i don't remember ever playing against Ball Players,they were in another league,if Ball Players played Civic Centre it had to be after all those guys were gone.My memory not to good but could you mane some senior national players that Ball Players produced,i already know of Alaby.   

Mid to late 80s Coops, they were in the same league along w/Army, Trintoc, Coffee Giants, Police, etc, several threads ago I had enquired about this.  Anyway, the other nationals (apart from Alibey) spanning a few years include Faustin, Noel, R. Charles (RIP), and others, College could help meh out w/the other names, those are the ones I recall off the top of my head

Yeah, the players dey mention from PFCC was before the time of them players yuh calling from BBP, the 
I saw sammy and sherif lobo about two sundays ago at a back party in brooklyn they looked fairly good for there age if fact lobo told that his son had a pretty decent game should make an impact on the National team soon

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