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What about Track & Field / Re: Kerron's New Anthem
« on: March 15, 2005, 03:34:42 AM »
Good one Savannah boy !!

f**k Clement..... he worst than Yorke...

Football / Re: Marvin hoping to make history
« on: March 15, 2005, 03:31:16 AM »
Boy, Marvin is a true soldier.

Football / Re: All Caribbean Team !
« on: March 15, 2005, 03:30:11 AM »
Sam, you called a good team there, great balance also, I cant add anything to that...

Yea man..

Football / Re: Top T&T Strikers
« on: March 15, 2005, 03:28:49 AM »
Ah feel Jones better in de suporting role or midfield, as an out and out striker I am not 100% sure... but he can play anywhere so I guess in time he will become more prolific, he just need to concentrate more.

Football / Re: Evans Wise
« on: March 15, 2005, 03:25:40 AM »
Wise need some milk....

Anton Joseph is ah man does kick real hard boy....

Clement is a f**king dog...... leh he hall he c**t...

Football / Re: Top T&T Strikers
« on: March 13, 2005, 06:37:25 AM »
Yuh right arrow... if Glen injured Hector might be the perfect replacement.

Football / Re: Poll
« on: March 11, 2005, 08:38:49 AM »
Ah feel Glen go take it this year.... ;D

Football / Re: All Caribbean Team !
« on: March 11, 2005, 03:40:26 AM »
We are the only caribbean team in the Hex presently and our players will also get better as time goes on and we settle a team.... we deserve to have 5 T&T starters on that team... I believe we did bad at the Digicel Cup because of poor coaching and poor selection of players apart from injuries.......

No way on earth Ezra Hendrickson could be better than Marvin Andrews...... Andrews is de best defender in Scotland. Ezra Hendrickson cant even start for he MLS side, he so slow he does make Andrews look like Ato.

Onandi Lowe might be good yea, but good for jail.

You remembered then..... Andre Pacheco real clinical on that left wing dread.... but as soon as he get sign by some foreign club then de TTFF go recognise him.. I told Lincoln Phillips about Andre Pacheco, Anthony Noreiga and Keon Daniel and he too ignore me...

De TTFF want players who experience already, they dont want to spend the time exposing or developing our players,,, they expect foreign clubs to do it for them....

Football / All Caribbean Team !
« on: March 10, 2005, 06:07:21 AM »
Allyuh beat this CARIBBEAN side.

GK: Shaka Hislop, Trinidad & Tobago/Portsmouth
LB: Garfield Reid, Jamaica/Ham-Kam FC
CB: Marvin Andrews, Trinidad & Tobago/Rangers
CB: Jean Jacques Pierre, Haiti/Penarol
RB: Atiba Charles, Trinidad & Tobago/W Connection
LM: Ricardo Gardner, Jamaica/Bolton Wanderers
CM: Andy Williams, Jamaica/Real Salt Lake
CM: Shalrie Joseph, Grenada/NE Revolution
RM: Kenwyne Jones, Trinidad & Tobago/Southampton
ST: Lester More, Cuba/Ciego de Avila
ST: Dwight Yorke, Trinidad & Tobago/Sydney FC


Roody Lormera (ST - Haiti/Universidad Honduras), Stern John (ST - Trinidad & Tobago/Coventry City), Carlos Edwards (M - Trinidad & Tobago/Wrexham), Odelin Molina (GK - Cuba/?), Avery John (LB - Trinidad & Tobago/NE Revolution), Tyrone Marshall (RB - Jamaica/LA Galaxy), Damani Ralph (ST - Jamaica/FC Rubin Kazan), Jhonny Descollines (ST - Haiti/Violette Athletic), Jason Roberts (ST - Grenada/Wigan Athletic), Patrick Percin (M - Martinique/?), Brent Sancho (D - Trinidad & Tobago/Dundee), Michael Forde (M - Barbados/Youth Milan Barbados).


Football / Re: Injury concerns but spirit still up in T&T camp.
« on: March 10, 2005, 03:54:16 AM »
Theobald, Glen, Jack and now Ince injured.... that bad.... I wish them a speedy recovery.... Dwarika and Rojas not 100% too and we have 16 days to go...

I feel de locals could have played a game while St Clair is away... de MetroStars going to T&T on Sunday, we could ah get a game vs them...

PS: How de wrong players does get injured so.....

Football / Re: Bertille St Clair off to get views from UK pros.
« on: March 10, 2005, 03:49:53 AM »
Allyuh eh notice we hearing from Richard Braithwaite quite regurlarly, lets hope Oliver Camps take note...... yuh cant hear from he at all, is like he dont exsist. I wsih I was he though, getting paid to do nothing.... he carrying a big titile...

Football / W Connection promote U-20's to senior squad.
« on: March 10, 2005, 03:37:59 AM »
Former under-20 footballers such as Gorian Highley, Errol Charles (previously on loan to Starworld Strikers), Shane Calderon, Andre Pacheco and Clayton Hector have moved up to the W Connection senior squad for the 2005 season.

Yesterday CONCACAF Friendlies.

United States 3 - 0 Colombia.
Argentina 1 - 1 Mexico.

Football / Re: QPR calls Denzil Theobald for trials.
« on: March 09, 2005, 05:46:32 AM »
Malick Seconday.

Football / QPR calls Denzil Theobald for trials.
« on: March 09, 2005, 03:47:15 AM »
QPR calls Denzil Theobald for trials.
By: Shaun Fuentes.

National midfielder Denzil “Bleeder” Theobald has been invited to trials by English Championship Division club Queen’s Park Rangers.
The 22-year-old playmaker, scheduled to travel to the club last week, had to push back the time as a stress fracture on his instep forced him to the sidelines. He could be out for up to two weeks.
The injury was sustained during the recent Digicel Caribbean Cup Finals in Barbados.
“It’s good to have been invited by Queen’s Park, but right now I am disappointed, because there is not much I can do because of the injury.
“I’m hoping that treatment and rest can cure me in time for the matches coming up, but it’s going to be close,” Theobald said on Monday.
The Caledonia Fire player was treated for the injury by Barbados-based Trinidadian Dr Mario John, following the 3-2 win over Barbados. He will undergo further treatment with national team physiotherapists Zeph Nicholas and David Cumberbatch.
QPR is currently 12th on the Championship table and manager Ian Holloway will be hoping Theobald recovers fully. Meanwhile, Denzil Theobald's team-mate at Caledonia AIA Fire, national striker Conrad Smith, is expected to join Canadian A-League side Toronto Lynx, after agreeing to a new deal earlier.

Football / Gifton backs misfiring Kenwyne Jones.
« on: March 08, 2005, 05:05:44 AM »
Gifton backs misfiring Kenwyne Jones.

Gifton Noel-Williams feels his new strike-partner Kenwyne Jones will become a better player - thanks to advice from himself and other players at the club.
The Trinidad and Tobago International made an instant impact on the side when he scored on his debut against Millwall last month, but has failed to find the net since.
But Noel-Williams thinks the 20-year-old, on a month's loan from Southampton, is resilient enough and talented enough to silence any critics.
Gifton said: "People have said that he's come into the side and look's up to players like me and wants to learn off me and the other lads.
"It's nice that I can pass on what I know onto someone else but whether they take it on or whether it suits them, that is something else.
"I've told him a few pointers which I was told when I was younger and hopefully he'll take it on board and it'll make him a better player.
"Kenwyne's got a lot of energy and he's a good player.
"He's got quite a similar build to me and he likes to run with the ball and we're trying to mix it up a bit in games."
He added: "There's been a bit of pressure on him because of how he performed at Sheffield Wednesday and he did really well there.
"So coming into the Championship is another step-up and it's another step-up physically, mentally and tactically.
"But I think the more games he's plays here the better he'll get and the goals will come."

Keeps the faith says Marvin Andrews.
By: Emma Dodds.

Marvin Andrews would gladly have swapped his man-of-the-match award for three points last weekend, but admits that conceding the late equaliser has only made Rangers more determined to bounce back against Dundee on Sunday.
The towering centre half is one of the Light Blue's top performers this season and was once again a stand out at the back for Alex McLeish's men against Inverness Caley Thistle.
His commanding displays are a real inspiration to the rest of the players and although last Saturday's result was a setback in Gers title challenge Marvin is still positive.
The Trinidad and Tobago internationalist always looks on the bright side and remains confident that the championship will be back at Ibrox in May.
Andrews said: "I know we dropped two points last weekend but there are still lots of games left this season.
"A lot of people are worried that we drew that game but I think we have to stay calm and focused.
"I for one am not worried because God is in control, we are still top of the league and he will take us all the way through.
"Of course I'd have rather won the game than my man-of-the-match award because it's a team effort and everyone worked hard against Inverness Caley Thistle.
"But things didn't end the way we wanted and we conceded a late goal, which was very disappointing.
"There was a wee mishap between Gregory and Soti and that led to them having the chance to score.
"But this is what happens in football. We have been playing well recently and shouldn't let this result get us too down."

Football / Re: Injury concerns but spirit still up in T&T camp.
« on: March 08, 2005, 03:48:26 AM »
Daurance Williams is we back up........... LOL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Football / Re: Should Bertille St. Clair be replaced as head coach?
« on: March 07, 2005, 05:40:52 AM »
Well fellas ah reach, Flex convience meh....

Everything looking decent so far...

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