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Football / Re: T&T Football WC tactics revisited
« on: February 19, 2007, 07:05:21 PM »
Honestly i doh think we warriors would hav stand a chance playin attackin football to much gaps would be left in defence

17702
Football / Re: T&T vs Jamaica, the argument continues.
« on: February 19, 2007, 04:06:38 PM »
After all is said and done jamaica gettin points in fifa rankings and they aint playin no football? and they sayin they so good, at least we goin gold cup. a school boy trini team get us there. somethin d jamaica men team could not do.

17703
Football / Re: Keane relishes big week
« on: February 19, 2007, 02:57:35 PM »
Stern scoring two

17704
Football / Re: Ferguson Good we
« on: February 19, 2007, 12:26:27 PM »
Yeh but we on top d league and rebuilding lol.

17705
Football / Re: Edwards issues Stern warning.
« on: February 19, 2007, 10:30:53 AM »
Sunderland goin premiership for sure, i hav faith in d fellas

17706
Football / Re: Thank You Mods
« on: February 18, 2007, 07:40:06 PM »
Yeh doh forget yorkie :-)

17707
Football / Re: Thread for the W Connection vs CD Guadalajara Game.
« on: February 17, 2007, 05:20:37 PM »
Feb 28. chivas vs w connection. 10:30pm live. on fsc

17708
Football / Re: Mexico soccer gets ill vibes from Vibe
« on: February 17, 2007, 05:03:16 PM »
let them play wit reserves nah

17709
Football / Re: One word to describe Carlos Edwards today
« on: February 17, 2007, 12:00:43 PM »
IT looks like sunderland headed 4 premiership.

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Football / Re: Thread for the W Connection vs CD Guadalajara Game.
« on: February 16, 2007, 08:03:47 PM »
its amazing what a good cut tail can do lol.

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Football / Re: Thread for the W Connection vs CD Guadalajara Game.
« on: February 16, 2007, 04:55:58 PM »
Fellas i jus visit a chivas supporter forum. like they get dumb wit tht loss. men blame d coach, dey blame d side selection, even d team tactics. one man say tht d trinidad pro leauge is better than d mexican leauge lol. like tht loss hurt them like a bad dihorea.

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Football / Re: Thread for the W Connection vs CD Guadalajara Game.
« on: February 15, 2007, 02:03:45 PM »
rebroadcast on fsc now !!!!

17714
Football / Re: Jan-Michael ready for Mexican test.
« on: February 14, 2007, 11:54:43 AM »
i agree for this level he makes to many mistakes. i think they should give someone else another try and see how things go

17715
a win is a win yes  :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :wavetowel:

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Football / Re: Lucky Connection.
« on: February 14, 2007, 11:18:17 AM »
a win is a win yes  :wavetowel: :wavetowel: :wavetowel:

17717
Football / Re: Is Jan-Micheal Williams for REal!!!!!
« on: February 14, 2007, 11:08:31 AM »
            I must say i have certainly NOT been impressed with this goalkeeper. Is he the future of the Trinidad & Tobago goalkeeping position i am not sold on that!!!!!. The last two games for TNT has certainly not been his best in concentration letting in some really soft goals “going up to catch the ball and it slips through his hands into the net”, “being beaten consistently on his nearpost”, “coming out to challenge when he should not” and last night “saving outside his penalty area and being sent off for W-Connection early in the game”. I dont know if he lacks confidence at the moment but he is making some schoolboy mistakes at this point in time. I think he is better than that to be named Pro League MVP. I think Wim and others probably needs to nuture him some more under the experienced Ince or Jack!!. What do you all think about this????

i agree with you

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Football / Re: Chivas Coach blames wasted opportunities for loss
« on: February 14, 2007, 11:04:18 AM »
lord i miss ah good match yesterday wish i could have been there  :( . hope they can go mexico and make them cry  ;)

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Football / Re: Thread for the T&T v Costa Rica game.
« on: February 04, 2007, 11:34:46 AM »
fellahs i was looking at CNC 3 showing the man u game just now, and i see sports max bringing the game today at 6.30 pm today, anybody know if CNC 3 will bring the sports max feed of d game ???

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Football / Re: The Start of a new era in T&T football has begun !
« on: January 24, 2007, 12:17:12 PM »
i agree with you  :)

17721
i wish we match was the last game on sataurday.  :(

17722
Football / where to see match on wed
« on: November 10, 2006, 01:41:40 PM »
Just to let everyone know on cnc channel 3 on wed at 3pm they showing the match against austria

17723
Football / Small town braced for Soca rhythms
« on: March 16, 2006, 02:25:33 PM »
by FIFAworldcup.com

Not many people have heard of Rotenburg/Wumme, but that is all about to change thanks to the footballers of Trinidad and Tobago.

Caribbean rhythms will provide a change from the usual peace and quiet when the 2006 FIFA World Cupâ„¢ hopefuls arrive to establish their headquarters in the Saxon town. And if the inhabitants seem to be wandering around with dazed smiles on their faces, it might just be that Rotenburg has caught a dose of FIFA World Cup fever. So much for the notion of 'cool northerners'.

Rotenburg is a small town of 23,000 inhabitants located in Lower Saxony between Hamburg and Bremen, and Trinidad and Tobago have chosen to make it their base for the tournament, staying at the stylish Wachtelhof Country House Hotel and training in the neat surroundings of the Ahe stadium.

 It was in February 2003 that Rotenburg took the first step towards welcoming the FIFA World Cup to town, when the civic authorities agreed to hand over their stadium to the Organising Committee (OC) for the finals. The municipal sports facility enjoys an idyllic location on the leafy edge of town and attracts plenty of visitors, including Bayern Munich, who have twice stayed for pre-season training.

The German Football Association (DFB) staged a senior women's international against China here in 1995, returning eight years later for a U-19 women's international between Germany and Canada. With this pedigree, it is perhaps not such a surprise that Leo Beenhakker and his men chose this corner of northern Germany as their home for the finals.

Rotenburg had been pushing for some involvement in the tournament and it became one of the first 40 municipalities to agree a deal with the OC. Following that initial success, the local authorities then set up a FIFA World Cup working party charged with planning special events and activities related to the tournament.

The working group met once a week to mull over new ideas and put flesh onto the bones of the programme. "We wondered what we could do to become better known - to take the initiative or wait and see? We chose to take the initiative," recreation department spokesman Reinhard Ludemann tells FIFAworldcup.com.

 The Rotenburgers have not been lacking in ideas. Sponsors distributed 2,000 balls to youngsters. Bakers sold their wares in bags printed with the slogan 'Rotenburg summons the footballing world'. And the team behind hit movie The Miracle of Bern came to visit.

But they did not stop there. The northerners unveiled the biggest wooden football in the world, after flooring specialist Dieter Grosse's resolve to play a part in the effort to attract the FIFA World Cup culminated in the idea of the extraordinary ball. Even Bundesliga giants Werder Bremen indicated an interest in the project. "It was a way of showing we're crazy about football," Ludemann grins.

"And we've succeeded, as what we've done has certainly attracted attention. A garage even donated a car to the working group. Our World Cup motor is a blaze of colour. We call it Punch and Judy on wheels."

Few would doubt Rotenburg's claim to a special passion for the game and they are certainly mad about Trinidad and Tobago. "Once we heard Trinidad and Tobago were definitely coming, the place went wild," Ludemann says. T&T coach Beenhakker called at the Wachtelhof on 4 December last year to check out the hotel and the sports facility with its four grass pitches.

The Dutchman duly approved a reservation for the 38 rooms even before the Final Draw was made. The locals repaid the compliment, parading Trinidadian flags through the town before arriving at the Town Hall, where the flags of all 32 participating nations decorate the mayoral balcony.

Good spirits and TV exposure
Many Trinidadians believe in the existence of a spirit world, including a spirit named Jumbieno, believed to be the team's 12th man and guarantor of victory. Consequently, in a show of support for the Soca Warriors, the good burghers of Rotenburg have founded the Wümme-Jumbies supporters club. T-shirts will be produced and the Jumbies intend to lay on a fantastic reception for their new-found heroes. What can possibly go wrong, with so much support from Jumbieno and the Wümme-Jumbies?

Rotenburg has also been attracting television crews. A local car showroom made two vehicles available to Triphop, a Trinidadian TV show, for a tour around Germany to shoot six 30-minute programmes providing a guide to key German cities, titled We Reach.

Dortmund, Nuremberg, Kaiserslautern, Cologne and Frankfurt took up five of the episodes - and thanks to good contacts with the German embassy in Port of Spain, the authorities in Rotenburg succeeded in persuading the TV production company to make the town their sixth 'World Cup city'. The case was clearly persuasive: the TV crews made Rotenburg their first port of call on arrival from the Caribbean.

The three group matches involving Trinidad and Tobago are guaranteed to generate an incredible atmosphere and not just in the stadiums where the Soca Warriors will play - not if the inhabitants of Rotenburg have anything to do with it. Soon enough, the world will know all about this vibrant corner of Lower Saxony.

by FIFAworldcup.com

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Football / Re: Training Uniforms
« on: February 25, 2006, 01:42:08 PM »
yeh boy i notice tht to. them girls and them still in finta.  ??? :D

17725
Football / Re: Sydney FC
« on: December 09, 2005, 07:30:35 PM »
5 am lord i hope i wake up in time :-X

17726
Football / Re: Birchallll on Sky Sportssssssssssssss
« on: December 09, 2005, 07:29:32 PM »
them is setup dread they say d birhcall coming up soon  >:(

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Football / all members be ready for battle
« on: December 09, 2005, 05:43:03 PM »
All members this site is goin to be bombarded by english , sweedish and paraguay supporters in d next few months so be ready. They are coming with rel trash talk ;) this is war now.

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Football / T&T vs Sweden
« on: December 09, 2005, 05:30:31 PM »
Who go win?
warriors 5 sweeden nil of course  ;D

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Football / Trinidad and Tobago team profile
« on: December 07, 2005, 04:55:24 PM »
Just a few short months ago, you would have been hard pushed to find anybody willing to gamble on Trinidad and Tobago making it through to their first FIFA World Cupâ„¢. However, that did not stop this tiny Caribbean nation of just 1.1 million people from overcoming the odds and the weight of history to earn a well-deserved place at football's high table.

After having got the better of the Dominican Republic in the first group series, the Caribbean side were grouped with the mighty Mexicans in the next phase. They may have gone on to lose both games against their more illustrious rivals, but the islanders were still able to make it through to the 'Hexagonal' final qualifying stage thanks to wins over neighbours St Kitts and Nevis, and St Vincent and the Grenadines. Even following these valuable victories, few people fancied T&T's chances of progressing from a group that included the United States, Costa Rica, Panama and Guatemala.

A terrible start to the final qualifying stage saw Trinidad and Tobago pick up just one point from their first three matches, a paltry total which seemed to confirm the fans' worst fears and saw morale in the camp plummet to a new low. However, the arrival on Caribbean shores of experienced Dutch coach Leo Beenhakker, in place of Bertille St Clair, breathed new life into T&T's campaign, reviving the team's fortunes.

The new coach got off to the best possible start with a 2-0 win over Panama before seeing his side put in a great performance against Mexico. The game may have ended in a 2-0 defeat for the Soca Warriors, but the commitment shown augured well for Beenhakker's new charges. A narrow 1-0 defeat in the USA was followed by a nail-biting 3-2 win over direct rivals Guatemala. A further 2-0 reverse at the hands of Costa Rica in San Jose meant that T&T went into their final game against CONCACAF superpowers Mexico needing to record a historic win. Against all the odds, they took three priceless points securing a 2-1 triumph in Port of Spain to book their place in a play-offs with Bahrain.

Back in 1989, Trinidad and Tobago had been in an almost identical situation - being just one game away from FIFA World Cup qualification only to see it slip through their fingers. A 1-0 home defeat by the USA shattered the country's dreams of making it through to Italia 90 and the islanders were not prepared to let the it happen again. Even so, the two games against their Asian rivals could not have been more dramatic. In Port of Spain, Bahrain stunned the home crowd by taking the lead through Husein Salman in the 72nd minute, only for Christopher Birchall's wonder strike to level the game five minutes later and keep the locals in the hunt. In the return match, with the odds once again stacked against them, the Soca Warriors refused to lie down, grabbing a magnificent 1-0 win to spark scenes of joyous celebration back home.

They may have been the last team to book their place in Germany, but T&T are more than capable of ruffling a few feathers at next summer's showpiece tournament. Qualification means that coach Beenhakker will be assured mythical status among the fans, and also give the country’s best ever player, Dwight Yorke, the chance to grace one FIFA World Cup finals before he retires. A UEFA Champions League winner in his time at Manchester United, Yorke is not someone who is prepared to go down without a fight. The same can be said of powerful forward Stern John and the immensely talented Russell Latapy, whose return to the side at 37 coincided with the team's upturn in form. Given the abundance of talent at their disposal, any team that dares to underestimate the Soca Warriors could be in for a rather rude awakening.

source by  FIFAworldcup.com

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2006 World Cup - Germany / Re: WORLD CUP (2 weeks) PACKAGE from TNT
« on: November 22, 2005, 09:58:11 AM »
Bahrain team is full of (Scheisse)  lol  :o go warriors

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