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Football / Re: Was Point Fortin Civic Centre the best?
« on: August 25, 2008, 06:28:33 PM »
nachilus and coop to answer the question about ballers playing against in the 70`s ball players did not play against point fortin unless it was in the fA cup because as I recollect ball players was in the 3 rd division for the better part of the 70`s , one ball players product played coops Anthony Delpeche he was one best sweepers at one time but he was also one of the most under-rated, also Garfield Desilva was barataria ball players product

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Football / Re: Was Point Fortin Civic Centre the best?
« on: August 23, 2008, 11:20:34 AM »
yes point fortin civic center was a very good team but like coops say back then they were a lot of very good teams and on any given night anyone could beat anyone it depended on who wanted it most. What made football great back then was the full community support that all they all enjoyed people took pride and felt good about there team win loss or draw..........I love when you guys talk about those teams I was blessed to be able to watch and play football from an early age teams like Creek he giant killers, Memphis, tesca, challengers, malvern maple, essex, point fortin civil, palo seco mayro, barataria ball players no matter where you went is was the community or village you had to beat

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Football / Re: T&T Football Cult Heroes
« on: July 29, 2008, 04:59:59 PM »
libert blackboy duncan did get a short run on the national team and denzil white also had a short run

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Football / Re: The GOOD things Jack Warner has done for T&T Football
« on: July 28, 2008, 08:50:15 PM »
jack has the world that not matter where you come from you can making it by deceiving and blatantly stealing your way to the top

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Football / Re: T&T Football Cult Heroes
« on: July 28, 2008, 08:41:34 PM »
I would have KERN Simmons he use play in Aranquez Savanna with Stagg Bluffers, he also went to San Juan Govt Primary when Jap Brown used to coach them. To bad he when mad at an early age think he still a teenager when he became destitute but he kick ball with any foot, good theader of the ball, driblle and pass anyone from the area would no him, to be quite frankly a young kern and even better than young Latas

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Football / Re: BEST GOALKEEPER
« on: July 24, 2008, 11:41:42 AM »
this forum is called socawarriors.net yet everytime some post a question you was the best foward best defender and now best goal keeper men always start thinking foreign players what happen to we locals To me the best goalkeeper I have even seen not what people tell me is Earl spiderman carter, he had good positional sense, he althletic had good command of the defense and knew how to start the offense with acurate distribution. where is coops I need his input on this one and yes Grande lev yashin was a boss I think he saved with russia he kept his team in the game but i rate him second to spiderman, and no people spiderman is not my famaily personelly I taught was a show off but he was good goal keeper, kelvin barclay was also great

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Football / Re: Reason for Theobald Absence
« on: July 16, 2008, 06:09:58 AM »
all i have to say is that the coach is puppet we don`t need that

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Football / Re: TT Football Clubs in 80s/early 90s
« on: July 05, 2008, 10:59:01 AM »
Aranguez fotball leagure with Hillsdale with Biggart, Sean negative Pierre, Pope, Scooby,Bridgewater,Laird,Smallie, Ballplayers with Allabe, Gus rsp,Noel, jerry,Garfield Da Silva, Nacotics latas used sweet them, Survial, Bluffers, Petit Bourge Youths, Strollers, Unity      boy I remember them days like yesterday

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coops I would say you are right ron la never like heading the ball he always wanted everything to foot, now roderick rambo gibbs was a very good header of the ball not sure how many goals he scored but he had quite a few defence force

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Football / Re: September 10 Chicago roll-call
« on: June 24, 2008, 05:33:31 AM »
count me in

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Bermuda Game (22-June-2008).
« on: June 22, 2008, 07:33:09 AM »
Why was Clatyon Ince dropped    I agree with this change he should not have started the last game in my opinion the other two goal keepers are better than him at this point

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Football / Re: here is my problem with our national team !!!
« on: June 22, 2008, 07:25:51 AM »
ok so he did`nt know seaton is whitley but he has a good point to much of those so called pros are not ready mentally and physically duty in national colours

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if spann can`t make that sh*t side we no call up for he forget sancho me mom, please people time for we start picking men on present form and not past perfomances, if them fellas can`t make them english they should have came home play for some local teams

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Football / Re: La Foucade takes over as Rangers coach.
« on: March 24, 2008, 04:57:14 PM »
hey coop does it really matter if the man played football or not the question should what is coaching record and can he motivate and inspire those in his charge to produce their best to get results

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Football / Re: Why do we HATE The Corneals ???
« on: March 14, 2008, 04:56:04 PM »
most people (footballers) of my era dislike Alvin because he had and push his own agenda, if you were not member alcons  went to st marys, qrc, fatima or any of those so call prestige schools it was pure fright down from alvin. In anton`s case he mostly got a bad rap because of his father he was a good player but hard his name not been corneal he may not have been given the amount of opportunities he has had, but to give jack he jacket Alvin was instrumental in getting for talented players a chance to get attend us colleges ..................................ah bet they hate David Nakid now that was their boy

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Football / Re: Nastiest players to ever kick ah ball!
« on: February 28, 2008, 06:23:29 PM »
anthony fernand, sponer, len lafaray.............ask coops that`s his team mates

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Football / Re: Redknapp: Kenwyne is the next Drogba.
« on: February 22, 2008, 05:19:25 PM »
ah wondering if there is anybody who still thinks that he should be playing in defense

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Football / Re: A colombian our new Football Coach
« on: January 03, 2008, 05:43:51 PM »
Good credits one thing of sure Jack must have gotten him for cheap, on another note once again we about to change our style of play. Personally I always taught we should play a more south American style of play with mix of the British game this is the way we have played for very long time also our players are better suited for this that style of play, we just need to perfect it. Aldo it will be interesting to see what style the coach adopts

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Football / Re: Bigger game? Arsenal/ManU or Colts/Patriots?
« on: November 02, 2007, 04:49:52 PM »
Is he for real football (soccer)is the worlds game please don`t inslut us by asking whick game is bigger because you alraedy know the answer if you on this site

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Football / Re: FIFA October Ranking
« on: October 24, 2007, 04:58:46 PM »
please stop posting these rankings they are use less

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Football / Re: Jones is a Midfielder
« on: October 22, 2007, 04:05:30 PM »
His weakness is Ball touch, composure and keeping possesion with no support      Those are key ingredients to becoming a sucessfull midfielder. The intercol game and top flight especially international is hole different game all together he is looking more and more like a foward to me........................................................................football is more a kick in the grass its life                         

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Football / Re: National Football Teams!
« on: October 17, 2007, 05:05:39 PM »
there is nothing wrong with your post what system and style do we play is what was ask, well that depends on who is the present coach and which foreign team we are trying to emulate. I know back in the 70`s we played mostly 4 3 3 which most teams played at the time but we were able to had our own flair with players like steve david, de leon, sammy to name a few, as time went by we adopted the 4 4 2 system as did most of the world, our brand is mostly an attacting brand of football today under the current coach we play a very defendsive style of football.

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Football / Re: Best ever one-footed players
« on: October 17, 2007, 04:52:38 PM »
here is another local one footed player who was good in his day Brain John and he was right footed

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Football / Re: Best ever one-footed players
« on: October 16, 2007, 04:15:08 PM »
the best has to be without a doubt maradonna, but Colllin Rock was also very good in my opinon he was even better than Lenson lewis and Nixon( Coops, Tallman ) what you guys think about that.

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Football / Re: Joel Rahim TnT left back from late 70's ..early 80's
« on: September 22, 2007, 07:44:12 AM »
Nicolson nah I see nuff man use he. Now Suzie (Eliot) who play for ASL arguably a better player indeed. As for the Cosmos game (depends wich one) but all man look ordinary in that game                      If I remember right Clousel had one bright spot in the that game at the oval he pick a ball just outside the box shake right shake left beating the hold back line to include the great Franz beckenbauer then throw away the goal but is was sweet even Beckenbauer had to clap, as for sammy he share beat all day, rahim was a ball watcher all game , then it climax when the brazilian ah forget his name spit on the barbadian foward playing for pro pioneers and of course he the bajan cuff him in his face...........................................................I love to look back at those games

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Football / Re: Joel Rahim TnT left back from late 70's ..early 80's
« on: September 21, 2007, 03:53:33 PM »
I remeber joel rahim he was good but not the best left back,Roderick (mandog) Nicolson who played with Vandykes, Challengers, Malvern and also pro Pioneers along with with Rahim was better, also the red man from Peterboro think his name was Elliot also was a better player. Not to take nothing away from Rahim he was ok but he did not look against New York Comos in the oval yes it nice to look back.........................................football is more than a kick in grass its life

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Football / Re: Ballack told: Leave Chelsea to save your career
« on: September 12, 2007, 05:04:50 PM »
believe it or not murino is a talent killer chelsea football has no flair and very robot like look for essien to start feeling on comfortable soon

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Football / Re: The Russell Latapy Story
« on: August 17, 2007, 04:14:24 PM »
Latas accomplish somethings but he lacked discipline in his youth and as a professional. He could have accomplished so much more but he allowed a lifstyle that was not always conducive to him always being a professional. Just like Gazza did. Could have been so much more. So if you are going to praise him think about how much better he could have been and missed opportunities due to his undiscipline and unprofessional behaviors.  I doh care who vex wit meh. Just look at the big picture not what makes you fel good.
giggsy 11 success is also measured by what you overcame to get where you are today. We all know the story of latas younger days but can you truly say that he is not a great player or the greatest footballing talent that trinidad and Tobago has produced  who has puton that national team shirt I await your answer

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Football / Re: The Russell Latapy Story
« on: August 16, 2007, 06:08:02 PM »
big up to the producer of that video well done and thank you very much sir it brought tears to my eyes. Russell is a football genius and when he becomes coach of the soca warriors he will bring out the best in TnT footballers something which the present coach Wim can`t not do. Latas is the best we have ever produce not to take anything away from Dwight or any others but it is what it is latas is the boss .............................................

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Football / Re: Trinis in Pre-season Action (July 24, 2007)
« on: July 24, 2007, 04:41:24 PM »
bounty killer one of meh good pardners just got station station out in las cruces his name is dreck james think he is an e 8 give him a look up he is an old ball jumbie like me

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