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Football / Re: Adidas TnT shirt on sale on FIFA website
« on: March 22, 2006, 05:33:42 PM »
Is this the same kit they used in the Iceland game?

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Football / Re: usa crying
« on: March 22, 2006, 03:52:57 PM »
I saw the second half .For the first 15 mins of it the US, being 1 goal down had the Germans under pressure.I was surprised because the US was feilding a lot of new players.The Germans absorb the pressure and did not crack like a true football superpower. Then the flood gates opened and not even the super skills of Keeper Keller could have saved the US from the embrassment...3 of the best goals in about 19 mins! then the US had to "foul" khan to save some face.  The German looked good in attack.Look out for them in de summer.

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Football / Re: Addidas TT Kit.. Iraq flag
« on: March 22, 2006, 02:03:15 PM »
I like de kit ...de logo will have to stay so because if yuh put de flag behind it with de 2 sets of stripes it go look funny....I get my 2 cents in ...now stop de damn debate

time tuh kick ball!

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Football / Re: Sancho Starts and Scores
« on: March 22, 2006, 01:54:30 PM »
Sancho boy I happy for yuh! Is time they recognize class, stop playing de ass and give de man a pass ...a pass to play that is!

time tuh kick ball!

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Football / Re: Greatest Save Ever?
« on: March 22, 2006, 01:47:28 PM »
Kevin Leacock in the HC  National Stadium 91  north zone intercol semifinal QRC v Saints.What a game!So many great saves by leacock

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Football / Re: germany vs usa
« on: March 22, 2006, 10:31:19 AM »
I still have a deep hate for the US ....oh shocks... let me be clair before they throw my ass in jail and then deport meh...I just hate them on the football field, so I go be pulling for de germans.

time tuh kick ball!

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Football / Re: LINCON HELP US OUT PLEASE/WARRIOR NATION HEADS
« on: March 22, 2006, 10:01:38 AM »
I think putting de flag behind the crest is not a good idea.Due to the fact that they both have stripes running cata corner. Leave de ting just so.

Time to kick ball!

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Football / Re: Beenie, Ah Begging Don't Put Jack to Save in the WC
« on: March 20, 2006, 09:48:42 PM »
I started reading the post from PEG and the first thing that cross my mind is that this "peg" has a hidden agenda. Peg me ain't know yuh sex, but what happen Jack dump yuh? Wha kinda personal attack is that.Next time yuh get yuh feelings hurt go key de man car like all de others nah and keep yuh personal attacks off de forum

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Football / Fever spreading as Trophy reaches Trinidad
« on: February 17, 2006, 03:52:33 PM »
Fever spreading as Trophy reaches Trinidad.
By: FIFAworldcup.com.
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Most people think of sun, sea and sand when Trinidad and Tobago is mentioned. The tiny nation is one of the top tourist destinations in the Caribbean but up until now, it has not been known for its football. Things are changing, though: the country is in the grip of football fever and right on cue the FIFA World Cup™ Trophy Tour has arrived in town.
To the strains of Soca rhythms - a local mixture of soul and calypso – the golden Trophy landed in Trinidad's capital, Port of Spain on Thursday. With a population of 1.3 million, the island state is the smallest country ever to qualify for a FIFA World Cup. The enthusiasm of the inhabitants is all the greater, therefore, when they get up close and personal with the Trophy that will be the ultimate prize in Germany next summer.
There could be nowhere better to display the Trophy than the Dr Joao Havelange Centre of Excellence, a place otherwise known as the headquarters of CONCACAF, the confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean football. This excellent complex in Port of Spain, built under the aegis of FIFA Vice-President and CONCACAF President Jack A. Warner, offers a variety of training facilities for the benefit of both club and international players. There are pitches, gyms, a pool and an enormous indoor hall where the FIFA World Cup Trophy was on display for the guests to see.
Dr Linda Baboolal, vice-president of Trinidad, was responsible for officially welcoming the Cup to Trinidad. "We are very proud that our country has qualified for the FIFA World Cup," she said, before underlining the importance of Trinidad's forthcoming participation in the world football showpiece. "Football brings nations together and the day when Trinidad and Tobago qualified was like a national holiday for me." (And after the Soca Warriors sealed their historic victory in the play-offs against Bahrain, the government did indeed decree a national holiday.)
One man taking particular pleasure in this first-ever participation at a FIFA World Cup is Oliver Camps, who was coach of the T&T team that narrowly missed out on a place at Italia 90. "In 1989, we almost made it but went down 1-0 to the USA in the decisive qualifier. Now, at last, we've done it." Camps is now president of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association and feels "a real sense of satisfaction that we will be in Germany next summer".
Nobody in Trinidad seems to mind that their boys will have to face two of the tournament's potential big guns in the shape of England and Sweden – sheer excitement about actually being there in June is the main emotion on the island at the moment. "We'll be there next summer, and we're really going to enjoy it and have a party," said Theresa, one of the first people to come and see the Trophy on the opening day. And while most will not be able to make it over to Germany, the streets of Trinidad and Tobago will no doubt stage their own large-scale celebrations.
Among the guests at this stage of the Trophy Tour was a group of handicapped children from Port of Spain, who thoroughly enjoyed this special occasion. Their eyes lit up with amazement and disbelief when the famous Trophy was unveiled. If it were up to the people of Trinidad and Tobago, the FIFA World Cup would begin tomorrow.

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Football / Re: Finding out Jack
« on: December 28, 2005, 12:31:50 PM »
Guys you know what,I have given this some thought and I think the problem with Jack Warner is not that he and the devil :devil: is bed-fellows and conspiraring to rob us blind but he wears the cap of business man, sports administrator and politician all at once.The man has been at the helm of TNT football for years now and he has benefitted immensely from this.But he has also given alot back to the our nation both in terms  of his perosnal time and more importantly in terms of his financial resources. How many times has he reached into his pockets to meet hotel costs or airfare when the TNT governemnt fell short? His contribution cannot be questioned but his ethics can be. Due to the fact he fills all these positions concurrently this presents a situation where conflict of interest arises. Mr Warner you need to make a choice either you are a business man, a politician or public administrator.

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Several readers who read our whole-hearted mocking of Trinidad and Tobago have written to tell us how pleased they are that the Caribbean minnows have been drawn in England's World Cup group. In the hopes that Team Limey ends up with egg on our faces, they were relishing the prospect of an upset in that match. Fat chance.

Here at Castle Limey, there was much patting of backs following the draw. Our drawbridge rose with anticipation as we watched Heidi Klum fiddling with our balls. And the cannons fired from our battlements when she pulled out Trinidad (a team with less pedigree than the cast of Lady and the Tramp), Paraguay (the worst South American qualifier) and Sweden (men with comic Viking hats and attractive sisters).

And it got better from there. Team Limey sat salivating at our TV, eager to see to which teams we would be applying our favorite football cliché: Which teams had been drawn into the group of death? But at this World Cup, in a situation akin to finding two candy bars in your school lunchbox (next to the matching flask), there will be not one, but two groups of death.

Fighting it out in Bear Pit C will be Argentina, the Netherlands, Ivory Coast and Serbia and Montenegro. The Argies and the Dutch should progress, but not without a strong challenge from the robust Serbs and arguably Africa's best team.

Chelsea's Michael Essien found his Ghanaian countrymen assigned to Bear Pit E, and a probable early flight home. They line up against one of Team Limey's outside tips: the Czech Republic, potential tournament winner Italy, and of course USA, USA, USA. Italy should win the group, but although second place is almost too close to call, we reckon that the Czechs will nick it and that flights from Nuremberg to New York on June 22 will be heavily booked. At least Americans will have fond memories of their deep-dish/thin-crust pizza standoff with the Italians to look back upon.

Those fans that need to be booking long-term accommodations in Germany hail from Brazil, England, Germany and Italy. In fact, we hear the Germans are so confident, they've even bought some real estate in the country. However, Team Limey can already feel the tears welling up in Dortmund on July 4 as top seed Brazil dispenses of England (the second seed) for the second consecutive World Cup. But we'll have our bronze medals to look forward to if we beat Italy (eighth seed), which we predict will have been dispatched by host Germany (fourth seed). Who wins the final? We didn't need any Brazilian barmaids to help us answer that one!

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2005/soccer/12/16/the.limey/

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Football / Re: Lincoln Phillips: D Real MVP
« on: December 02, 2005, 01:56:54 PM »
I think this is the man who played the most pivotal role in getting us to the World Cup, moreso than Jack and Beenie. If you read every single media release by this man, his intelligence and vision for Trinidad football is clear and you can see the roadmap to future glory. He was the one who borught to Jack the idea of adopting the dutch philosophy leading to beenie being appointed. He is the one who has brought a clear structure to Jack's mad spending spree..if anybody gets a national award out of this...I vote for Lincoln 'Tiger' Phillips more than the other two. Is how many years Jack trying to get us to the World Cup? You think is coincidence he only succeed now? Lincoln is the brains behind this whole operation...

Lincoln is a Q.R.C. ole boy, you can't expect anything less than excellence!

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Football / Re: Fatima's trophy after 26 years.
« on: November 30, 2005, 10:05:24 AM »
FOR A QRC MAN THIS REAL HARD :-\...BUT I WILL LIKE TO SAY CONGRATS TO THE FATIMA BOYS, YOU ALL PAID YOUR DUES, FROM PERENNIAL TABLE PROPPERS TO INTERCOL CHAMPS...WELL DONE


QRC WE WANT A GOAL!

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I hadda big up Kevin Leacock in the early 90's. He never play no national side but make the school all star team in front of all them ''big'' name keepers in that time. QRC was on a 20 game unbeaten streak with him in the goal and only concede more than 1 goal once for the season...in a 2-2 draw with saints. Until them damn st. fairies beat we in the big 8 final in skinner park, 2-1. Jason Rocke and Gabre Cummings..

I was reading this thread waiting to see if someone would mention Kevin Leacock.spideybuff, I give yuh props.Leacock helped QRC make it to the Big 7 and Intercol final (intercol final was scraped that year because benedicts and arima compre had a tussel in de south in the semifinal game) in 1991.Very sure hands and a huge physical presence.Could have easily played at the National level.Why he did not? your guess is as good as mine.

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Football / Re: best intercol team .........
« on: November 23, 2005, 01:11:49 AM »
MARCO ENDINGUP LOSIN HE SCHOL CUZ HE A JAMAICAN COAH FALL OUT HOSS ....STLIG HOME...TRAVIS OUTSIDE...GAZAR AT UWI AND RES AH DEM ME IN OE JED...... I WAS IN FORM 1 THA YR BOI ....BES TEAM YES

QRCCCCCCCCC

Wow...easy on putting men business on the net so nah...I saying that cuz I know these men personal .they were classmates. definitly an excellent team. They had the national under 17 captain (sobers) and vice captain (rivers).Also elcock scored 32 goals that season!!And I have to mention meh good bredren rudy rudder , eating up the left wing. Should have won it all that year, both leauge and intercol. the Tigers get away on a penalty shoot out. We won big 7 that year against mucorapo(did I spell that right) featuring star stricker Cornell Glenn.

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Football / Re: thank you for your imput boys u help we reach too
« on: November 16, 2005, 04:17:09 PM »
 Doh forget Everald "Gally" Cummings, who made us all believe that today was possible.Gally this one is for you. The whole Strike Squad ...Clayton Morris, Brian Williams, Kerry Jameson(went to meh primary school) and Marvin Faustin nad Leonson Lewis.this victory is for all you guy.Yorke and Latapy play there hearts for allyuh.We love all you.thanks fellas

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Football / Re: Fadda god..(please join in)..
« on: November 16, 2005, 12:33:09 PM »
THANKYOU LORD! WE NEEDED THIS AS A COUNTRY.GIVE THANKS...

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Football / Re: I CAH SLEEP
« on: November 15, 2005, 11:53:44 PM »
that pray make meh pores raise. I can't sleep, I can't concentrate on meh work. Football Fever

GO WARRIORS...CLAIM YOUR DESTINY

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Bahrain game.
« on: November 14, 2005, 11:03:07 AM »
Guys I think what the game on saturday showed us is that we need to shoot from outside the box against this team. Carlos had no problem beating his marker and getting down the wing.however his crosses were not the best.I think he should try to get to the by-line and square the ball back to the top of the box for a yorke or birchall. all kinds of attacking options open up then. Shots from on top the box...a fake and pass off to Stern...dribble into the box for a penalty.If latas remains out there on the wing I would like to see him cut in more and shoot.They crowded us in the middle of the park last game, next game I can see more of the same.The wingers are key if we are to create the chances we need.

GO TNT...I STILL BELIEVE

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Football / Re: My Name is KND and I is a Socawarrior!
« on: November 14, 2005, 10:46:26 AM »
I am Augi and I am a SOCAWARRIOR. Never say die...Never surrender...You don't loose till yuh quit!

Trinidad and tobago...rise yeh mighty people.

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Football / Re: Thread for the TRI v BHR Game.
« on: November 11, 2005, 01:55:32 PM »
ALL MY PEOPLE IN TRINDAD.PEOPLE WHO GOING TO THE GAME AND PEOPLE WHO NOT GOING TO THE GAME.I BEG YOU GUYS MAKE BEING IN TRINIDAD HELL FOR BAHRAIN.NO LOVE.THIS IS WAR .REMEMBER THAT.HOLD OFF ON THE TRINI HOSPITALITY THIS TIME AROUND.IS EITHER THEM OR US.NO VIOLENCE, BUT COME DAMN CLOSE TO IT.PLEASE NO POSERS TOMORROW IN THE STADIUM.IF YOU DON'T PLAN TO GIVE ALL FOR YUH COUNTRY TOMORROW PLEASE STAY HOME.IT IS NOT A SOCAIL EVENT... IS WAR! DOH ASK WHAT DE SOCA WARRIORS COULD DO FOR YOU.ASK WHAT YOU COULD DO FOR THE SOCA WARRIORS!  GO TNT...SOCA WARRIORS...FULL HUNDRED...BLESS 

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FAQ & Crew Meet Up. / Where de D.C./Baltimore warriors linkin?
« on: November 10, 2005, 09:13:45 AM »
Wham now warriors!

I will be in the D.C./Maryland area on Saturday.Looking for a sports bar with a good trini vibe to take in the game.Any suggestions?Please let meh know,

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Football / Re: T&T new Kit...
« on: November 09, 2005, 12:57:43 AM »
I really don't care bout no kit!! forget de kit!! WE have 180 minutes of "do or die" football ahead of us. If we make it to Germany, them fellas could take the field cald in Hefty gabage bags and allyuh would be so PROUD, allyuh will buy it!...So stay focus...180 minutes of football to win

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Football / Re: A, B, C time again !!!!
« on: November 07, 2005, 10:33:06 AM »
J is for Jesus, Jah and Jehova ...call on whoever ever you need to, to make TNT dreams come through

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Football / Re: NAKHID: NO HELP FOR BAHRAIN
« on: October 23, 2005, 09:26:01 PM »
Nakhid ...please. This man trying to insult the intelligence of the people of the Republic. Like he feel is only he went to university...and have friend from Bahrain, for that matter?

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Football / Re: Nahkid on Bahrain technical staff ??
« on: October 23, 2005, 06:08:56 PM »
trea.son n. The betrayal of one's country, esp by aiding an enemy

But enough about Nakhid(It pains me to type ITS name). We have 3 hours of football left to take our country to heights never reached before.Time to stay focused,pray and then go to WAR! Take no prisoners mighty WARRIORS!

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