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Football / Re: Latapy returns to centre stage
« on: July 30, 2005, 10:11:31 AM »
Falkirk lost 2-0 to iverness

6782
Football / Re: Truthseeker and Man Utd is ALIVE!!!!!!!!!!!!
« on: July 30, 2005, 09:44:04 AM »
GLORY GLORY MAN UTD

ROONEY ROONEY ROONEY!!

Rooney Double Ends Tour On A High

 
 
Pre-Season Friendly
Urawa Red Diamonds 0
Manchester United 2
Saitama Stadium

Manchester United ended their pre-season tour of Asia with a solid win in Saitama, but the last word of the trip was left to Wayne Rooney, who scored twice.

The 19-year-old striker put United ahead with his first goal of the summer after 51 minutes, a cool finish into the bottom corner. His second was a snapshot of his undoubted genius.

Skipping past two defenders, Rooney worked an opening for himself slightly right of centre in the penalty area. Where most forwards would have picked a spot either side of the advancing goalkeeper, Rooney executed a perfect lob into the far corner - a strike reminiscent of Eric Cantona's chipped goal against Sunderland at Old Trafford in 1996.

Rooney was everywhere. Whether it was receiving the ball deep in midfield, finding space on flanks or lurking menacingly on the edge of the box, few blades of grass went untouched.

United were without Ruud van Nistelrooy, who missed the match with a stomach upset, and so the goalscoring responsibility fell at the competent feet of Rooney. One of the best chances of the first half came from the teenager, whose 30-yard shot zipped past the left post.

United, wearing the new blue away strip for the first time, controlled possession throughout the opening 45 minutes. But, despite a three-pronged attack of Giuseppe Rossi, who again impressed, Louis Saha and Rooney, they couldn't break down Urawa Reds.

That changed in the second half with the introduction of Cristiano Ronaldo, who opened the game up. The 20 year-old is able to rapidly shift the team's stance from defence to attack - with tricks added for sheer enjoyment along the way.

"I feel brilliant. I've got a solid pre-season behind me, that's something I haven't had for two years now."
Wayne Rooney

 
As against Kashima Antlers and Beijing Hyundai, Ronaldo buzzed off the crowd wowing at his every flick, turn, stepover or dummy.

But if Ronaldo had fans off their seats, Rooney left them in awe with a twelve-minute intervention that decided the match. First came a display of his power and opportunism to get the game's opening goal. Then sheer brilliance for his second.

Six minutes after the restart, Paul Scholes found the smallest of gaps in the home side's defence and threaded a pass through to Rooney. The striker muscled his way into possession and calmly put United in front.

On the hour mark, however, Rooney did for 48,000 fans in the Saitama Stadium what he has done on numourous occasions, most notably against Fenerbahce, Middlesbrough and Newcastle, since joining United. His performances and goals are exactly the reason the phrase 'worth the entrance fee alone' was coined.

Rooney's Cantona-esque finish wasn't quite followed with the nonchalant celebration Eric used after his lobbed goal against Palace nine years ago. Instead, the Liverpool-born forward walked calmly back to the centre circle.

The wider implication for Rooney's - and Ronaldo's - performances on this tour is the potential that, with rest and a full pre-season under their belts, they will be even more influential this season.

Just as the pair's stock has risen in the Far East with enthralling displays of their prodigal talent, their importance to United reclaiming the Premiership and Champions League increases with every moment of skill, intelligent pass or jaw-dropping goal.

Report by Ben Hibbs.

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Football / Re: Trouble in Man U
« on: July 29, 2005, 03:00:16 PM »
  MAN U MAN U MAN U  FULLSTOP

NOT GAY ASS CHELSEA OR  BULLAS ARSENAL

JUST THE ONE AND THE ONLY MAN U MAN U MAN U

                                                     ----------- VAN DER SAR----------------

---G.NEV-------          ------- FERDINAND --------             ------- BROWN --------                ------- HIENZE ---

------ RONALDO------      ------- SCHOLES------                   ---- KEANE-------              ------PARK/GIGGS---


                                        -----ROONEY--------         ------- V.NISTELROOY(#1)-------

TREBLE SEASON AGAIN!

6784
Football / Re: Leo BeenHakker Interview LIVE NOW on Power 105fm
« on: July 27, 2005, 04:22:21 PM »
HAHAHA    F#&K FAGIMA  I mean Fatima

my boi jus remember

FATIMA- FIT A TOTI IN MY ASS

FATIMA AGEN-  FAGGITS ASSIGNED TO IMPRESS MAN ALONE.

A RAZZ A TAZZ A RAZZ A TAZZ  A ZIM BOOM BAAAAA!!!!!!!!!

CIC CIC CIC

6785
Football / Re: de tryouts
« on: July 25, 2005, 08:12:13 AM »
hey son....listen...you should get in touch with anton corneal or lincoln phillips at the ttff...call this number...623 7312.....also you should now be 15 yrs old.....and they are in the final stages of cutting the squad to 23 players.....screeing started at the start of the year....actually late last year...over 500 kids were looked at....but say what ....call and see....??

6786
Football / Re: Clint Marcelle joins Arnold Town
« on: July 25, 2005, 08:07:41 AM »
why should he stop....thats his chosen profession and if he fit and making some contribution to his team ...well....

6787
Fantasy League / Re: ATT'N all forumites interested in fantasy league
« on: July 24, 2005, 07:35:46 PM »
is it free awa     it sounds gud doe buh any fee or not?

6788
Football / Re: blade like fust time eh...!!!
« on: July 16, 2005, 07:07:24 PM »
I eno y dey didnt put  atiba instead of cyd


6789
Football / Re: How did Jamaica look versus Mexico
« on: July 16, 2005, 07:05:44 PM »
David diaphragm

i not even going to waste my time to write sumting for a imi trini fake ass fresh water     

so good luck with ur long ass books and peace

i glad u making a profit from ur writing doe   hoo buying knd and triniman?

6790
Football / Re: How did Jamaica look versus Mexico
« on: July 15, 2005, 09:42:31 AM »
Knd  how u no dat i have dancehall cd's? u like 2 go in man bedroom awa   jus be honest ha

i doe like jamaica  cool? so shut ur mouth   look at ur name TRINIman and u supporting jamaica like u born dere  u is d imps

sentinel dat was a gud post

and david effraim go an rite a book nah  ur bored awa always riting one long ass topic about shit

by d way triniman i notice u didn call me asswipe eh  watch ur mouth eh

sm

6791
Football / Re: How did Jamaica look versus Mexico
« on: July 14, 2005, 10:09:02 PM »
My god triniman u earned the number 1 FAL spot of the week  u cah read awa he was making an example

just like river dont care bout boca.....like argentina dont care bout brazil....like celtic dont care bout rangers......WE DONT GIVE A S#*IT BOUT UB40 REGGAE BOY FOOTBALL.


Hoss go to a local pharmacy  dey have a section called FALING reading glasses  u pick up a pair and BOOM no more FALING again

good luck my boi and they about 5 tt  i saw KND cashing in a pair 

cool?

sm

6792
Football / Re: How did Jamaica look versus Mexico
« on: July 14, 2005, 12:23:24 PM »
aye hoo u callin asswipe.

call me dat nah

watch ur mouth eh   if u wanna find out so much bout jamaica go on dere forum

dis a TnT forum    u cud spell TnT

u does blight up dis forum so much with ur shit talk

leh me answer ur question 4 u jamaica get beat by a mexico c team and all jamaica do was shoot wild and tackle hard  das y a man geh a red card

das d truth so wen all d jamaicans on dis forum tell u a set of lies how dey play good and dey make mexico look like shit well fine believe dem   

sm

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My side since we doe have me mum and avery cuz of dat shit rule hooever make up   fifa bored awa?
                                                   
                                                    .....Jack.......

 ..... atiba....                 .... dog....             .... tallest.....                   .... sancho .....


....  eve ....                  .... seaton....         .... yorke(c)....                   .... edwards .....


                                  ..... jones....               .... stern ....

6794
Football / Re: Big Magician & Small Magician
« on: July 13, 2005, 06:52:14 PM »
Yeh i glad we met ul 2  and we met tallman who helped us alot with rides(nice benz by d way tallest) d man livin large lol  he in hawii lol he rell cool doe  andwe also met patriot and d punch man d whole trip was cool     yeh i know i always supporting but to see dem not even play by that i mean showing no heart to play for even a draw  that is what made me down  and then after they wouldn't even look to the crowd and thank the miami based and trini travelling fans a thank you also broke me down  but the big picture is germany

tnt tnt tnt

sm

6795
Football / Re: Gold Cup 2005 Predictions Game
« on: July 10, 2005, 08:15:49 AM »

matchday 2  group A

colombia 1(renteria)  -  honduras 1 (ramirez)              ht- 1-0 colombia

TnT 3 (john(2) jones) -  panama 0                          ht 1-0  TnT

6796
Football / Allyuh Know D GAME POSTPONED
« on: July 09, 2005, 08:56:07 AM »
i jus tellin yall hoo doe no


The advancing Force 4 Hurricane Dennis has caused a 24 hour delay in each of the next two game days of the CONCACAF Gold Cup¿ Group A.

TERRA/Terra Estados Unidos
Gold Cup 2005
Last news
» Jamaica beats Guatemala 4-3
» South Africa beats Mexico 2-1
» Hurricane Dennis hits CONCACAF Gold Cup
» United States survived an early scare from Cuba
(Friday, 8 July 2005) - The advancing Force 4 HurricaneDennis has caused a 24 hour delay in each of the next two game days ofthe CONCACAF Gold Cup™ Group A at Miami's OrangeBowl.

The seriousness of the storm, which has already caused havocin parts of the Caribbean, especially Cuba, led to State andCity of Miami authorities ordering many emergency procedures,including the closing of the Orange Bowl.

The doubleheader scheduled for tomorrow (Saturday, 9 July) atthe Orange Bowl will now be played on Sunday, 10 July withHonduras vs. Colombia at 19:00 and then Panama vs. Trinidad & Tobagoat 21:00. The matches scheduled for Monday (11 July), will now go aheadon Tuesday, (12 July) with Colombia vs. Trinidad & Tobago at17:00 and then Honduras vs. Panama at 19:00.

CONCACAF General Secretary Chuck Blazer said: "We are sorryfor the fans, both at the Orange Bowl and in front of their TVsets, who were anticipating the Gold Cup games on their scheduleddays but we understand full well why the decision was made. It isbetter to be safe than sorry."

This is the first time since 1998, when El Nino caused apostponement in Los Angeles, that weather has interfered with the GoldCup.

The revised scheduled is as follows:

Date    Match    Venue    Local Time    Teams
08.07    5    HomeDepot Center - Carson    19:00    South Africa - Mexico
   6    HomeDepot Center- Carson    21:00    Guatemala - Jamaica
09.07    7    Qwest Field - Seattle    11:30    Costa Rica - Cuba
   8    Qwest Field - Seattle    13:30    USA- Canada
10.07    11    L.A.Memorial Coliseum    12:00    Mexico - Guatemala
   12    L.A.Memorial Coliseum    14:00    Jamaica - South Africa
   10    Orange Bowl - Miami    19:00    Honduras - Colombia
   9    Orange Bowl - Miami    21:00    Panama - Trinidad & Tobago
12.07    13    Orange Bowl - Miami    17:00    Colombia - Trinidad & Tobago
   14    Orange Bowl - Miami    19:00    Honduras - Panama
   15    Gillette Stadium - Foxboro    19:00    USA- Costa Rica
   16    Gillette Stadium - Foxboro    21:00    Canada - Cuba
13.07    17    Reliant Stadium - Houston    19:00    Guatemala - South Africa
   18    Reliant Stadium - Houston    21:00    Mexico - Jamaica
16.07    19    Gillette Stadium - Foxboro    13:00    QF1:A1 - B2
   20    Gillette Stadium - Foxboro    16:00    QF2:B1 - 3A or 3C
17.07    21    Reliant Stadium - Houston    14:00    QF3:C1 - 3A or 3B
   22    Reliant Stadium - Houston    17:00    QF4:C2 - A2
21.07    23    Giants Stadium - NY/NJ    18:00    SF1:QF1 - QF2
   24    Giants Stadium - NY/NJ    21:00    SF2:QF3 - QF4
24.07    25    Giants Stadium - NY/NJ    15:00    SF1- SF2

 
CONCACAF

6797
Football / Re: Backing T&T all the way
« on: July 08, 2005, 07:08:20 PM »
yes touches....but its faithfulista...and its on the front.....like sandanista..lol.....on the back its germany...06...god bless tnt tnt tnt

6798
Football / Game Postponed cuz of d frigin storm!
« on: July 08, 2005, 06:39:15 PM »
Hurricane Dennis hits CONCACAF Gold Cup
     
The advancing Force 4 Hurricane Dennis has caused a 24 hour delay in each of the next two game days of the CONCACAF Gold Cup¿ Group A.

TERRA/Terra Estados Unidos
Gold Cup 2005
Last news
» Hurricane Dennis hits CONCACAF Gold Cup
» United States survived an early scare from Cuba
» Costa Rica opened Group B, beating Canada 1-0
» U.S. looks to avoid surprises against Cuba
(Friday, 8 July 2005) - The advancing Force 4 HurricaneDennis has caused a 24 hour delay in each of the next two game days ofthe CONCACAF Gold Cup™ Group A at Miami's OrangeBowl.

The seriousness of the storm, which has already caused havocin parts of the Caribbean, especially Cuba, led to State andCity of Miami authorities ordering many emergency procedures,including the closing of the Orange Bowl.

The doubleheader scheduled for tomorrow (Saturday, 9 July) atthe Orange Bowl will now be played on Sunday, 10 July withHonduras vs. Colombia at 19:00 and then Panama vs. Trinidad & Tobagoat 21:00. The matches scheduled for Monday (11 July), will now go aheadon Tuesday, (12 July) with Colombia vs. Trinidad & Tobago at17:00 and then Honduras vs. Panama at 19:00.

CONCACAF General Secretary Chuck Blazer said: "We are sorryfor the fans, both at the Orange Bowl and in front of their TVsets, who were anticipating the Gold Cup games on their scheduleddays but we understand full well why the decision was made. It isbetter to be safe than sorry."

This is the first time since 1998, when El Nino caused apostponement in Los Angeles, that weather has interfered with the GoldCup.

The revised scheduled is as follows:

Date    Match    Venue    Local Time    Teams
08.07    5    HomeDepot Center - Carson    19:00    South Africa - Mexico
   6    HomeDepot Center- Carson    21:00    Guatemala - Jamaica
09.07    7    Qwest Field - Seattle    11:30    Costa Rica - Cuba
   8    Qwest Field - Seattle    13:30    USA- Canada
10.07    11    L.A.Memorial Coliseum    12:00    Mexico - Guatemala
   12    L.A.Memorial Coliseum    14:00    Jamaica - South Africa
   10    Orange Bowl - Miami    19:00    Honduras - Colombia
   9    Orange Bowl - Miami    21:00    Panama - Trinidad & Tobago
12.07    13    Orange Bowl - Miami    17:00    Colombia - Trinidad & Tobago
   14    Orange Bowl - Miami    19:00    Honduras - Panama
   15    Gillette Stadium - Foxboro    19:00    USA- Costa Rica
   16    Gillette Stadium - Foxboro    21:00    Canada - Cuba
13.07    17    Reliant Stadium - Houston    19:00    Guatemala - South Africa
   18    Reliant Stadium - Houston    21:00    Mexico - Jamaica
16.07    19    Gillette Stadium - Foxboro    13:00    QF1:A1 - B2
   20    Gillette Stadium - Foxboro    16:00    QF2:B1 - 3A or 3C
17.07    21    Reliant Stadium - Houston    14:00    QF3:C1 - 3A or 3B
   22    Reliant Stadium - Houston    17:00    QF4:C2 - A2
21.07    23    Giants Stadium - NY/NJ    18:00    SF1:QF1 - QF2
   24    Giants Stadium - NY/NJ    21:00    SF2:QF3 - QF4
24.07    25    Giants Stadium - NY/NJ    15:00    SF1- SF2

 
CONCACAF

6799
Football / If you hear dat atmosphere in dere wayyyyy
« on: July 06, 2005, 09:52:24 PM »
dem houndurans was making a buzzing sound by stamping d floor    it sound like a plane at take off                   we had like 100 ppl dere an we make rell noise  wen we score bottle in we tail fuh so   wen dem score more bottle lol     it was all good doe    very even game  a brilliant nite    in d end dat was d rite score                 hope 2 see more of us on sat       tnt tnt tnt

6800


                                        ----------------- hislop -------------------

  ---- charles -----              ------ sancho-----       ------ lawrence ------             -------- avery --------


 ---- eve ----                    ------- spann-------     ------ birchall ------                --------- edwards -------

                                           ------ jones---      ------- stern --------

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Football / Re: Aye fellas...important
« on: June 30, 2005, 02:38:55 PM »
Dem tings is rell money wayss  all kinda 260 us for me an my dad 2 go to boston from miami an we on a shoestring budget    god boy

6802
Football / Re: Aye fellas...important
« on: June 30, 2005, 01:56:07 PM »
ok cool  yeh i understand      is so much for a greyhound?

6803
miroslav klose

6804
Football / Aye fellas...important
« on: June 29, 2005, 06:38:18 PM »
Aye me and my dad going d gold cup but if TnT progress do u think it will be possible if allyuh could give us a lift to the quaters and semis plz tell me thanks is jus d 2 of us     plz do what you can   we would contribute for fuel and snacks       so can yall plz help 2 TnT fans



Come on TnT   prepare for RED confetti!!!!!!!!!!!

6805
Football / Re: Who are the top Local Coaches in T&T?
« on: June 28, 2005, 04:51:17 PM »
i think brunner was from uraguay.....and dont forget the dutchman jan zwartikius.( or something like that ....lol)....in the 70s....with tnt and ASL....thats the man stuart charles keeps talking about....his philosphy and all that...he says comes from the dutchman....big magician

6806
Football / I goin d gold cup
« on: June 28, 2005, 01:59:40 PM »
 ;D      Come on TnT

6807
Football / Re: Hayden Martin is the best local coach!
« on: June 28, 2005, 06:57:16 AM »
injunchile....get yuh facts right.....i work under hayden martin at cic....and the guy is top class....cic football problems are deeper than you think....its still a school for academics.....no titles for years ..but lots of scholarships....ask the qrc boys why they came over after winning the north zone intercol the year before....surley not for footballing reasons....thats what kills me with this forum....on one hand the updates and news are very cool....but when the so called experts start...mama....full comedy....study the game folks ...then share knowledge....big magician

6808
Football / Re: Who are the top Local Coaches in T&T?
« on: June 28, 2005, 06:46:57 AM »
ah forget to mention joe public coach mike mc comie....not only because he won the super leauge....but i did a coaching course with him last year and he was outstanding....big magician

6809
Football / Re: Who are the top Local Coaches in T&T?
« on: June 27, 2005, 02:23:22 PM »
CHECK THIS....who was the last local coach to win the tnt pro leauge ????....ah know fenwick have one...ricky hill have one...stuart charles have a couple...mc lean win last year with north east...and he from guyana....carrington start well this year...but ah feel charles still involved...not to take nothing from carrington....all the decent young local coaches...dealing with junior programmes....but here are some names....la foucade....gwenwyn cust.....gordon husbands....leonson lewis ( know the name).....peter pierre ....

6810
Football / Please Help i need 2 know..
« on: June 25, 2005, 03:09:21 PM »
Does ne1 know if the ttff have any packages for d gold cup  i rell want 2 go    plz help me

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