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Football / Re: WE WILL CARRY ON...WE NOT GIVING UP.. WE GOING GERMANY
« on: October 01, 2005, 02:33:07 PM »
SHOTTA DAWG  serious talks hoss post dat raffle scene  i rell want 2 go   i call fuentes bout 4 o clok an he say every seat gone

6692
Football / Re: Trinis in action (Oct 1, 2005)
« on: October 01, 2005, 02:14:22 PM »
sancho was injured today    a pulled hamstring  undergoing a scan tomorow   unfortunate loss  most likely he is out   cyd gray has taken his place in the national team for the panama mexico games


EFFIN CYD GRAY  LAWD

6693
Football / Re: BWIA charter flight carries fans to see T&T vs Panama.
« on: October 01, 2005, 02:12:28 PM »
lawd sancho  y hoss            neway d flight done book up  i call fuentes an he say every seat gone so  i watchin my team at home

6694
Football / Re: Keane set to quit United at the end of the season
« on: September 29, 2005, 04:46:02 PM »
unfortunate loss  buh thanks alot for your services in the past and present    wish keane a great farewell with a treble


man u  time to sign some cheques   no stikin...

6695
Football / Keane set to quit United at the end of the season
« on: September 29, 2005, 04:42:45 PM »
Keane set to quit United at the end of the season

Roy Keane has stunned Manchester United by revealing he expects to leave Old Trafford at the end of the season.

The Irishman's contract is due to expire in the summer and it was widely assumed he would be given at least an extra year, possibly to combine playing duties with a coaching role.


However, in a live MUTV phone-in, Keane has rejected any likelihood of moving straight onto Sir Alex Ferguson's backroom staff and feels it will be the end of the season before United chief executive David Gill decides whether the 34-year-old will be handed an extension, by which time it will be too late.

'I would like to play another year or two but I do not think it will be at Manchester United,' he said.

'I would be surprised if I was offered a new contract and even if I was, I would not expect it to be until the end of the season but by then I will have already made a decision about what I am going to do.

'There comes a time for everybody when they have to move on and I am prepared to play elsewhere.

'I think it will be good to experience a different dressing room. It wouldn't be an English team though, coming back to Old Trafford and going into the away dressing room would be too hard for me to stomach.'

The last statement is bound to alert Celtic, as Keane has made no secret of his desire to play for the Parkhead club at some stage in his career.

Although he is currently sidelined with a broken foot, the prospect of United without Keane is virtually unthinkable.

The fiery midfielder has been the inspiration behind Sir Alex Ferguson's side since he first arrived as a raw youngster from Nottingham Forest in 1993, making 480 senior appearances and playing a major role in almost all United's successes.

Even though he missed the 1999 Champions League Final, the £3.75million Ferguson splashed out to secure his services will probably go down as some of the best money ever spent by United.

However, it appears the United boss is losing his battle to keep Keane at the club.

When the Cork-born player first mooted his intention to quit this summer in the middle of last season, he immediately received a telephone call from Ferguson informing him the Scot would be the man who decides when the midfielder will sever his ties with Old Trafford.

Ferguson's position is not likely to have changed. Indeed, he will probably be reeling at tonight's announcement.

But the harsh reality is if Keane is offered a new deal, it would almost certainly be for one year only and then on a pay-per-play basis, whereas at Celtic would almost certainly offer a better overall deal.

In addition, Keane's departure has also been anticipated within the United hierarchy.

One very senior Old Trafford official confided in private recently that the player may move away, before eventually returning to join the coaching staff.

'I am not putting a gun to anybody's head,' said Keane. 'But my gut reaction last season was this would be my last year and I still feel that way.

'You have to learn and be prepared to move on. Life will not stop when I leave Manchester United.

'It might be an opportunity to go into management or coaching somewhere else and it is best to make a clean break because coaching at Manchester United doesn't really appeal.'

Keane has made no secret of his desire to follow former Red Devils' skippers Steve Bruce and Bryan Robson into management and intends to complete his UEFA coaching badges over the next few months.

But, interested lower league clubs who feel they may be able to attract the most influential domestic player of his generation, might be advised to look elsewhere.

'I don't want to look too far ahead because I want to play on for a bit yet but I wouldn't want to drop too far down,' he said.

'Your first job in management is an important one. I would like to go to a club with ambition, a decent fan base and some decent players.'

Meanwhile, Keane said his international future would be thrashed out with Ireland coach Brian Kerr if his country failed to qualify for next summer's World Cup.

The midfielder, who won the first of his 67 caps against Chile in 1991, came out of international retirement to try to help steer Brian Kerr's team to Germany next year and make up for missing out on the last tournament following his infamous pre-competition bust-up with Mick McCarthy.

His current injury rules him out of next month's double-header with Cyprus and Switzerland and also possibly any play-off should the Republic secure second spot in their group.

'I still think we have a chance to qualify,' he said. 'If we don't, we will I have to talk to Brian and see what happens but I don't want to cross that bridge before I get to it.'


 

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Football / Re: Where is Jemmott?
« on: September 25, 2005, 07:18:55 PM »
WELL SAID AND GOOD LOGIC ...NOBODYS ANGEL

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Football / Re: Eleven vs Panama...My opinion
« on: September 25, 2005, 07:17:38 PM »
TELL WARMONGREL IS ONLY DREAM DEM JAMAICIAN COULD DREAM BOUT THIS HEX.....LATAPY COULD GET SEX IN DE HEX...BECAUSE HE IN THE HEX....UNLIKE WHITMORE AND ALL DEM REGGAE BRITZ.....AND IF YUH THINK CONCACAFS GREATEST NEVER GET SEX ON A FOOTBALL FIELD BEFORE WARMONGREL....HE HAS PLAYED AT A VERY HIGH LEVEL FOR A LONG TIME...AND I DONT MEAN TRANMERE ROVERS AND FACKIN HULL CITY....AND YUH KNOW WHAT ...FU%K YOU AND YUH DREAMS......TNT RULES....GO AND ORGANIZE AH FRIENDLY...SHITHONG

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Football / Re: ELEVEN VS PANAMA...MY OPIONION
« on: September 25, 2005, 03:40:21 PM »
he could play left back   and u see with andrews and avery out that means we will have a defense that can actually pass and think instead of booooming out d ball into to no mans land                       u have to have possesion of the ball 2 score 

sm

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Football / Re: ELEVEN VS PANAMA...MY OPIONION
« on: September 25, 2005, 02:58:59 PM »
                                           ----- jack ----


     --- spann ---           ---- sancho ---        --- lawrence ---            ----cox ----


                 
                    ----- edwards ----       --- yorke ---              ---- birchall -----


                                               
                                               ---  LATAPY ---

                            ---- jones ----                         --- STERN JOHN ---


PS.  warmonga hush ya ass        cool yuhself nah imi

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i got it on a sale

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650 tt on a vapours  and it mash up within a week lol

6702
Football / Re: Jamaica vs ElSalvador..
« on: September 15, 2005, 03:44:44 PM »
dis man is rel kix way  an dis sm btw             how u no bout charter den  u was clearly dere b4   imitation

sm

6703
Football / Re: Jamaica vs ElSalvador..
« on: September 15, 2005, 08:04:28 AM »
yea warmonger.....i will be there for the mexico game...just like i always am....and if latapy ..mi lover score for me ...well he score for tnt also.....and do not ...i repeat DO NOT   speak to my son....ask the last man who back jamaica sitting next to me in de stadium...ask him why he left the stadium at halftime...also ask de panama radio comentator when i pong up de glass for him and he refuse tuh come out.....me eh care bout you breds.....no one will bad talk my players ....especially the king....so fu%k off........why yuh doh wait till mexico play jamaica "inna" friendly tuh watch some football.....yea reaggaefan...i know all that...cool...


                LATAPY        GOD      WARMONGER    FULLER      WHITHMORE
                   10              10             22                 22                22         (as in too too) 

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Football / Re: Fatima vs CIC Score
« on: September 14, 2005, 06:24:18 PM »
oh yeh fordy i pass ur message tru an martin say he cool an he hope ya well

neway   CIC in d first ten minuites was sleeping  boom 2-0 in we ass by 15 mins   we pik ourselves up an we step up a gear an we had 2 chances 2 score   cachief clark throw away both    den halftime    ah didn see d second half becuz as soon as dey come out fatima score   so game clearly dun  so i went an lime  take sum glimpses  by dat time cic give up  fatima in cruise mode an  crowd normal   everyone liming    game blow  some fatima padners laugh at me  i say nex time  i lose 5 dollars on a bet lol    den i cum home an find out man utd draw and mr rooney geh a stupid red card   so shitty day indeed

the good day ireal lost 3-0 yesterday and i play 4 my u15 side an we beat diego sec 3-1   las time dey beat we 6-1   so dat was nice     we playin  maple leaf tuesday

latahs   sm

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Football / Re: Fatima vs CIC Score
« on: September 14, 2005, 06:11:24 PM »
aye login u hadda remember we side is real youths 2 eh  buh we playin hotter dan tranquill an st anthonys an malik   we really didn prefom 2day buh in d long run i say third      fatma have a gud chance of winnin  buh i still hate dem   buh well dun doe


A RAZZA TAZZ

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Football / Re: Jamaica vs ElSalvador..
« on: September 14, 2005, 05:52:36 PM »
monga he cud defend heself he is a big man an plus we not on no fightin scene   we watchin tnt play  if u wanna fight ask wild man like sam an etc          plus even if u tried u cudnt give me no hand

and ease off d herb  d game is at d stadium


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Football / Re: Fatima vs CIC Score
« on: September 14, 2005, 04:57:38 PM »
yeh my boi latahs     gud luk wit d season wit u 2


A RAZZA TAZZ

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Football / Re: Fatima vs CIC Score
« on: September 14, 2005, 04:42:46 PM »
yeh dawg ya rite i'm sure yeh yeh   ::)  boi i pull more tings dan u an u prob wat 60?

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Football / Re: Jamaica vs ElSalvador..
« on: September 14, 2005, 04:41:39 PM »
yeh boi  he really jokey   talkin bout high grade an so on   i sure he is some educated lil rich boi  playing up with heself  ketching kix 2 see if he cud speak jamaican   


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Football / Re: Fatima vs CIC Score
« on: September 14, 2005, 04:38:17 PM »
FATIMA= FAGGITS ASSIGNED TO IMPRESS MAN ALONE

still watch my mouth awat kicker????

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Football / Re: Update: CONCACAF Hexagonal, Round 7 & 8
« on: September 14, 2005, 04:36:19 PM »
arrow  chek yaself nah   

i no ya joking  an ting buh chek dis   how much jones and yorke score 4 we  in gold cup an hexagonal

NONE

stern score 3 goals in 7 games

SO GIVE D MAN A EFFING BREAK ALL OF ALLYUH

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Football / Re: Fatima vs CIC Score
« on: September 14, 2005, 04:25:09 PM »
palos ya wa bet money wit dat 1                  look i hear  an i still sayin FAGGITMA GAY      CIC still better      well dun u assholes  u actually win one     still gay doe

A RAZZA TAZZ

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Football / Re: Champions League on ESPN2
« on: September 13, 2005, 04:32:57 AM »
is d villareal  man u game showin ova  in d night or neting?

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Football / Re: CIC 4 tranquility 0
« on: September 12, 2005, 06:03:17 PM »
Mr Mc CIC much badder dan fagima

F.A.T.I.M.A= FIT A TOTI IN MY ASS
F.A.T.I.M.A= FAGGITS ASSIGNED TO IMPRESS MAN ALONE

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Football / CIC 4 tranquility 0
« on: September 12, 2005, 04:55:24 PM »
CIC!!!!!!!!!!!!          kion grovi (2)      jake o'brien   and a own goal         we cudda hit dem 10


Onto bulla man Fagima on wednesday!!!!!

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Football / Re: Mucurapo open in style
« on: September 10, 2005, 05:24:29 AM »
nah i went away 2 many times dis summer    nex season 4 sure i'll try

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Football / Re: Mucurapo open in style
« on: September 09, 2005, 06:43:51 PM »
or ok cool  i started in 2002  i in form 4 now             

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Football / Re: Mucurapo open in style
« on: September 09, 2005, 06:35:01 PM »
yeh my boi    wen u went saints

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Football / Re: Mucurapo open in style
« on: September 09, 2005, 06:28:56 PM »
Tranquill in d stadium    at i tink 3:30     das wa martin tell me

monday de 12th    sry

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Football / Re: Journey to Germany turns sour
« on: September 09, 2005, 02:44:35 PM »
FAZEER SHUT D EF UP

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