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Football / Re: Viewing T&T vs Costa Rica
« on: June 02, 2009, 02:19:53 PM »
Anyting organize for New York?

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Football / Re: Khaleem Hyland's brother murdered
« on: June 02, 2009, 02:13:49 PM »
To the Hyland family, much love and respect and my condolences.

To the imps who perpetrated this fraud, to you I say there is a ass whopping somewhere out there waiting for you.

To the Prime Minister and the Minister of Security who refuse to accept responsibility for this impish act and who continue to look the other way while our young, talented men and women get slaughtered by the dregs of the earth I say to you that you have blood on your hands. You are no better than the fools in Soweto, in South Africa, in Somalia, and all the other nations on the face of this earth controlled by murderers and dictators, like you, depriving this earth of its natural resources. Your time is coming too.

Believe me when I tell you that God does not like ugly.

Words cannot really describe the anger I feel cause once again "here we go".

When will it end. who is going to put an end to this foolishness being perpetrated by individuals without hope and aspirations of becoming somebody. What has my country come to. This use to be a beautiful country. Where did it go wrong. I don't know about you but I am sick and tired of losing my brothers and sisters.

STOP!!!!!!!!!!!!

How do I say goodbye to what we had?
The good times that made us laugh
Outweigh the bad.

I thought we'd get to see forever
But forever's gone away
It's so hard to say goodbye to yesterday.

I don't know where this road
Is going to lead
All I know is where we've been
And what we've been through.

If we get to see tomorrow
I hope it's worth all the wait
It's so hard to say goodbye to yesterday.

And I'll take with me the memories
To be my sunshine after the rain
It's so hard to say goodbye to yesterday.

And I'll take with me the memories
To be my sunshine after the rain
It's so hard to say goodbye to yesterday.

Boyz II Men...................






So King Deese no one responsible for their decisions? The PM have to police everyone all the time. THe fellas he liming with always in and out of jail, doing all kinda crime, what you expect. The old adage from your parent and grand parent "Birds or a feather.... and Show me your friends........" still stands even more so today. As a Young adult or adult you have to make better decisions. NO one is to blame for your inability to make better decisions on WHAT you CHOOSE to do and WHO you CHOOSE to lime with.

I was listening to a mental skills instructor talk to our youth players adn you know what was his main theme?

D.D.M. = DAILY DECISION MAKING. NO one will do more for you than you will for yourself.

So this attitude that the PM have to monitor individual citizen is BS. IF you say the citizenry then you are correct, but to lay individual blame squarely at the feet of the PM is ridiculous.
Breds the govt is incharge of the society full stop. i remember when NYC was over flowing wid murders, and even i found my self on the edge of ah gun barrel on many occasions, but survive to tell about it.

now all that crime just subside, yuh know why? BC we got ah politician who cared.

ed kotch and mayor lindsey didn't give ah fork, they left the city to it's own devices, and the criminals had no fear of the law, then came guliani, now he's not my favorite person BC he handled a lot of thing the wrong way, but on the bright side , he gave the city back to the ppl.

remember the roaring 20ies when gunmanism was the order of the day? fellas like john dillinger, baby face nelson, machine gun kelly, the bakers boys, dutch shultz, you name it was torturing and menacing the society, and the FBI and president herbert hover decided enough was enough?!!!

them lawmen put their shoulders to the wheel risking life and limb to restore law and order back to the society!! who wasn't killed was severly wounded, or landed in prison for a very long time!!

these men where 10 times as hardend than these little boys we have in T&T. them men used to shoot it out wid the FBI, and their rivals, they just didn't give ah fork, but they were met with resiliance and they were exterminated.

 them young boys in T&T don't even shoot it out wid them selves, all i does read about is ah set ah advantage killings, ah fella sneak up on ah group ah man limin and open fire, i doh hear bout no shoot outs, but rather a bunch of assassinations.

if manning really want to rid the country of guns drugs and violence , then he could do it , all he have tuh do is make up his mind to put an end to the nonsense and it will be done! we only have 1.3 million ppl in T&T, and that's nothing to curb!

it's all the govt fault for the escallaltion of crime! they need to address this with ferver !! not just act like it's not happening!

 these young boys could be tamed, i've seen it right here in NYC, a city of 10 million, so what is little trinidad! the leaders just forkin lazy and complaisant.

Agree with yuh here, 100%

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Football / Re: Nigerian bus driver kills four Barca supporters
« on: May 28, 2009, 10:35:27 AM »
agreed..

yuh living in Kenya and Nigeria and not even English but you want to be more passionate about it than men who grow up in the club.

the reality is that when you talk to some english fans and tell them what team you back, it confuses them. they want to know why you like the club, what ties you have to be carrying on so?your father, and your father's father were not fans, carrying to see games as a young kid. You don't live in the city.. you are not a season ticket holder, you do not have a realistic connection the club other than seeing them on cable TV on a weekly basis..

sometimes yuh hadda sit back and put things in perspective.. I is ah man love meh football (too much for my own good sometimes), but at the end of the day, people need to realize that football not putting food on yuh table or getting yuh up in life..

And they will be real quick to point out that you have no real ties to the club...

Case in point...Champions leauge final 2007...I taking in the game at EPSN Zone,manhattan...Milan kicking Liverpool's arse, 2-1...My Trini pardner decide to taunt a Liverpool supporter, (who is obviously English, by his accent)....The first response from the disgusted limey's mouth..."ARE YOU EVEN ITALIAN???"

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Football / Re: WN Interviews Alvin Corneal after USA match
« on: April 08, 2009, 09:52:43 PM »
good job fellas...thanks for the hard work!

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Football / Re: The candid views of a heartbroken warrior
« on: April 02, 2009, 01:57:29 PM »
nice post boss...

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Football / Re: Play Stern John in the Midfield!!!!
« on: April 01, 2009, 08:59:20 PM »
You think Stern has the workrate for that position?

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Football / Re: Which Performance was Worst? Chicago or Nasville!!!
« on: April 01, 2009, 08:35:18 PM »
Hard to say.I was present in Chicago and the US scored 2 in the first 20 mins. Game was done real early.In this one we were still in with a chance in the second half.So I guess we performed better in this game....hey we getting better!!

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Football / Re: Stern John
« on: April 01, 2009, 08:17:08 PM »
miss 3 sitters today.  Where Cornell Glen?

wow

3 sitters??????
maybe i was watching ads when that happened

but i guess when men calling any chance you get a sitter that's a good sign

true that.Maybe is because Stern has done so much for us, we hold to a higher standard.

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Football / Re: Stern John
« on: April 01, 2009, 08:14:36 PM »
Whats do all u haters have to say about him now?????????????????????????????????

Apparently a lot boss. Listening to CTNT and every man on the street they interview talking bad bout Stern.A man even ask for a baseball bat to beat Stern.Why is Stern hated so?

I don't know what game ppl were looking at. Stern had chances tonight because he worked for them.Running off the ball, and making passes.














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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs USA game (01-Apr-2009).
« on: April 01, 2009, 07:50:48 PM »
Let just not show up for a game in the US again...I think it is best.

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs USA game (01-Apr-2009).
« on: April 01, 2009, 07:30:24 PM »
why did they take off Birchall?

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs USA game (01-Apr-2009).
« on: April 01, 2009, 07:00:10 PM »
We only down one goal...so all is not lost.To come back in this game we need to possess the ball more, a lot more! Our RB and LB not fast enough to deal with the US wingers. Bring on Latas for Keon, who btw is having a woeful game ...After that is only self-belief and hard work could help us.

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Football / Re: Keon Daniel, Anthony Wolfe and AKile Edwards
« on: April 01, 2009, 06:54:56 PM »
Keon Having a woeful game...I say replace him with latas asap

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Football / Re: Update From PATRIOT in NAshville
« on: March 31, 2009, 09:08:20 PM »
If we can not go to sleep on free kicks and corners, we in with a chance.

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what needs to happen is the die hard fans/ supporter clubs like this one claim a certain section of the stadium for themselves in the games and set the trend. just like boca jrs has LA 12 aka the 12th ie the 12th man and although the majority of the bombanera(boca stadium) is normally loud most of the vibes starts from that section behind the goal. So eventually we grow from where we are to something like this....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SzZgHlkAoBE&feature=related



That is exactly how I see it. Warrior Nation need to claim their section in HSC and lead from infront! For example you can't find that many passionate supports of the US national team but Sam's Army makes a hell of a lot of noise!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YL6ITnzZqiA

sorry for the USA reference before the big game

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Football / Re: USA vs El Salvador
« on: March 28, 2009, 08:45:11 PM »
this SLV team is playing at a much higher level than the one that faced T&T.

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Football / Re: Hyland late equalizer gives Trinidad 1-1 tie
« on: March 28, 2009, 08:31:40 PM »
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (AP) -- Second-half substitute Khaleem Hyland scored off a cross from Carlos Edwards in the 89th minute, giving Trinidad and Tobago a 1-1 tie against Honduras on Saturday night in a World Cup qualifier.

Honduras captain Carlos Pavon put the visitors ahead in the 50th minute with a header after goalkeeper Jan Michael Williams weakly punched out Ramon Nunez's corner kick.

Hyland replaced Densil Theobald in the 62nd minute, and his shot on the equalizer dribbled over the goal line before goalkeeper Noel Valladares pulled it back as Costa Rican referee Walter Quesada awarded the goal.

Trinidad (0-0-2), which opened the final round of North and Central American and Caribbean qualifying last month with a 2-2 tie at El Salvador, plays the United States on Wednesday at Nashville, Tenn. Honduras (0-1-1), which started with a 2-0 loss at Costa Rica, hosts Mexico.


http://www.sportingnews.com/yourturn/viewtopic.php?t=532512

Didn't Hyland collect a pass from Latas to score?

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Football / Re: Latapy or Maturana
« on: March 28, 2009, 08:00:19 PM »
how bout an "I don't know" option

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Honduras game (28-Mar-2009).
« on: March 28, 2009, 06:56:22 PM »
no yorke no birchall??I will take it

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Honduras game (28-Mar-2009).
« on: March 28, 2009, 06:52:31 PM »
we winning this game!!!

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Honduras game (28-Mar-2009).
« on: March 28, 2009, 06:51:25 PM »
keep hope alive!! told you

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Honduras game (28-Mar-2009).
« on: March 28, 2009, 06:44:59 PM »
keep hope alive...keep hope alive!!

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Honduras game (28-Mar-2009).
« on: March 28, 2009, 06:40:26 PM »
Stern will score tonight...

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Honduras game (28-Mar-2009).
« on: March 28, 2009, 06:28:56 PM »

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Honduras game (28-Mar-2009).
« on: March 28, 2009, 06:27:38 PM »
all 3 subs??? already?

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Honduras game (28-Mar-2009).
« on: March 28, 2009, 06:26:51 PM »
We really missing a ball winner in the middle

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T vs Honduras game (28-Mar-2009).
« on: March 28, 2009, 05:35:00 PM »
defence keeping nice shape but it wont last 4 90 mins sigh

agree with the first part. let's hope it last

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Football / Re: Maund's father defends his son's switch to the USA
« on: March 13, 2009, 10:44:09 AM »
Sam, the silver surfer !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Good work.

This article tell's us that Aaron bullshitted us from the begining.

Or the TTFF bullshitted after the fact.

Incredible given the mountain of evidence on this forum that men would still give the TTFF the benefit of any doubt in situations like this.  TTFF does half-ass and screw around man who 100% committed to representing them, let alone some man who on de fence.  People letting dey emotions get the better ah dem (FF I surprise you in dem thing)... this isn't a question of 'loyalty' or 'patriotism'... on the surface these fellas representing TnT, but in reality we all shouldn't lose sight o the fact that it's really the TTFF they're representing.  

In other words, when you're interacting with the actual individuals running football in TnT, you lose sight of the national colors dancing in yuh head and "national pride" takes a backseat to the harsh reality that you're dealing with a bunch of incompetent, conniving, selfish, backstabbing vampires.  Even if one genuinely wanted to represent TnT is not everybody will put up with Scamps and dem and they bullshit... not when other options present an 'easier' path.  Man calling Maund mercenary... but who more mercenary (look at the past 40 yrs worth of evidence) than the TTFA/F.

Allyuh can't be real.

Well said Bake n Shark...better than I could have said it!

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Football / Re: Maund's father defends his son's switch to the USA
« on: March 13, 2009, 10:31:03 AM »
Why did Aaron made this remark then...

READ !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Maund still opts for T&T over the USA.
By: Shaun Fuentes (TTFF).


United States-born National Under 17 player Aaron Maund says he would choose Trinidad and Tobago over the country of birth if he had to make that selection any time in the future.

And why? Not only because he’s now represented T&T at a FIFA Under 17 World Championship but because he prefers the feeling he experiences when wearing the red, white and black. In other words, he prefers the vibes of the “Soca Warriors”.

Maund, a 16-year old was in the final pool in the US team before being cut prior to the team’s final qualifying campaign in April. His father being Trinidadian allowed him to play for T&T while another player- Sheannon Williams, who was once attached to Joe Public FC went on to play for the US as a defender at the World Championship. Both Maund and Williams grew up playing in Dorchester. Both players were also part of the Greater Boston Bolts club which won a US National Under 16 title a couple years back.

“The results of the U17 World Cup could go far in determining the futures of its participants. Most of the starting players in this event are either with professional clubs or destined for them soon. The emergence of Maund and Williams also symbolizes the progress of local players, dozens of whom have forged professional careers from Major League Soccer to Eastern Europe,” the Boston Globe newspaper stated.

Maund meantime took everything he could with him from the Korea experience. He started all three matches against Ghana, Colombia and Germany and managed two of T&T’s better chances on goal against the Germans.

“It’s been a really good experience. Coming from the US meant I didn’t know a lot of the guys here at first. But the team welcomed me into the family and that helped the transition. My level of play has grown over the experience and that’s been the benefit of it,” Maund told TTFF Media. He added that he didn’t see any major differences between the T&T and US camps.

“When I first came here I felt the only difference was the accent. It’s a lot of the same… the same stuff in training, the guys are very similar. Some of the off the field things may be different but it’s really isn’t that big of a difference. I think everyone wants to succeed and work hard at trying to achieve that. We need to do more though.”

So which country would he choose tomorrow if the option to represent either country came up again.

“It’s easy! I would be with the Trinidad and Tobago team because I enjoy playing with this team… the coaching staff and all… it’s more of a family unit as opposed to the US where it’s like each player for himself which is the feeling I got. The (T&T team) staff cares about you and the players as well and that’s the kind of unit I want to be in. I want to go on trials possibly outside but next year is the Under 20s and I’ll be back for that definitely. I’m working towards playing for the Trinidad and Tobago Senior team in the future,” Maund concluded.

Sam, the silver surfer !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Good work.

This article tell's us that Aaron bullshitted us from the begining.

SAM what you trying to tell me is that a 16yr old (the age he was at the time of the article) has more sense of social decorum that you??
 What did you expect him to say??? "I just using alyuh to get a sweat in the U-17 World Cup. As soon as I get a chance at a better opportunity I'm out of here?"

Come on man,stop trying to make people feel that you that naive, SAM.If you were truley that naive you would have believe that Beenhacker would have been the head coach of TnT for the rest of his life....Just my two cents

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Football / Re: Maund's father defends his son's switch to the USA
« on: March 13, 2009, 10:21:22 AM »
Football is passion and emotion and for the very few who are blessed enough to earn their livelyhood through this great sport it is also a job, a career.

My question to you is "wouldn't you consider and capitalize on every legitimate opportunity to further your CAREER thereby bettering yours and your family's future?" Off course you would.This is what the junior Maund did, plain and simple.

I am not saying you all shouldn't feel strong emotions about him choosing to play for the country of his birth, or that you shouldn't voice your opinion on his perceived slight of T&T football.But while doing all of this take some time out to see it from his perspective keeping in mind that he is , when u really think about it essentially AMERICAN (Therefore SAM by the very definition he can't be a TRAITOR to Trinidad).

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