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Re: Warren Archibald
« Reply #30 on: September 18, 2006, 09:14:31 AM »
Every single thing your friend said about Archibald is true. In Haiti, we believe that he was the greatest football player from Trinidad. He also distinguished himself in what was back then the US major league. I was quite surprised to find out that the present trini generation knows almost nothing about the guy.

Archibald was pretty much like Hugo Sanchez, one who would always find a way to score (even with his hands!). We even had a carnival song that said : 'Archibald, look what you did to Mexico / Mexicans will stop bragging...'

I am glad your friend told you how Haitians in general feel about that great former footballer and how the TnT national team is viewed in Haiti.



SUPA, as a Pointman ;D and die hard Civic Centre fan and who has seen Warren 'Laga" Archibald play I can say beyond the shadow of a doubt that he was absolutely FANTASTIC. Incredible ball control and vision...just fantastic. I even have Haitian pardners who sing his praises. Ah even bounce up ah old man from Honduras who after he find out ah from Trini couldn't talking about Archie. De man was boss!!!
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« Reply #31 on: September 18, 2006, 09:17:34 AM »
Is Warren Archibald still alive.... just curious

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« Reply #32 on: September 18, 2006, 09:22:48 AM »
Is Warren Archibald still alive.... just curious
;D very much alive ;D Archie cyar dead ;)
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« Reply #33 on: September 19, 2006, 03:04:04 PM »
Every single thing your friend said about Archibald is true. In Haiti, we believe that he was the greatest football player from Trinidad. He also distinguished himself in what was back then the US major league. I was quite surprised to find out that the present trini generation knows almost nothing about the guy.

Archibald was pretty much like Hugo Sanchez, one who would always find a way to score (even with his hands!). We even had a carnival song that said : 'Archibald, look what you did to Mexico / Mexicans will stop bragging...'

I am glad your friend told you how Haitians in general feel about that great former footballer and how the TnT national team is viewed in Haiti.



SUPA, as a Pointman ;D and die hard Civic Centre fan and who has seen Warren 'Laga" Archibald play I can say beyond the shadow of a doubt that he was absolutely FANTASTIC. Incredible ball control and vision...just fantastic. I even have Haitian pardners who sing his praises. Ah even bounce up ah old man from Honduras who after he find out ah from Trini couldn't talking about Archie. De man was boss!!!

Pointman, wid de opportunities available tuh dis generation of T&T players, like scouts etc, yuh think Archibald wid ah make T&T proud by playing in ah top league, like EPL and La Liga?
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Re: Warren Archibald
« Reply #34 on: September 19, 2006, 03:42:14 PM »
Every single thing your friend said about Archibald is true. In Haiti, we believe that he was the greatest football player from Trinidad. He also distinguished himself in what was back then the US major league. I was quite surprised to find out that the present trini generation knows almost nothing about the guy.

Archibald was pretty much like Hugo Sanchez, one who would always find a way to score (even with his hands!). We even had a carnival song that said : 'Archibald, look what you did to Mexico / Mexicans will stop bragging...'

I am glad your friend told you how Haitians in general feel about that great former footballer and how the TnT national team is viewed in Haiti.



SUPA, as a Pointman ;D and die hard Civic Centre fan and who has seen Warren 'Laga" Archibald play I can say beyond the shadow of a doubt that he was absolutely FANTASTIC. Incredible ball control and vision...just fantastic. I even have Haitian pardners who sing his praises. Ah even bounce up ah old man from Honduras who after he find out ah from Trini couldn't talking about Archie. De man was boss!!!

Pointman, wid de opportunities available tuh dis generation of T&T players, like scouts etc, yuh think Archibald wid ah make T&T proud by playing in ah top league, like EPL and La Liga?

Absolutely!! he did play professionally( I believe here in the US...calling Tallman). He had as much skill if not more than our current players and he had incredible pace with the ball on his feet. The EPL wouldna know what to do with him. He didn't play with his back to the goal, he would run right at defenders and leave dem out. Let Coops enlightening yuh some more. Coops actually played against him.
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« Reply #35 on: September 19, 2006, 04:05:31 PM »
Absolutely!! he did play professionally( I believe here in the US...calling Tallman). He had as much skill if not more than our current players and he had incredible pace with the ball on his feet. The EPL wouldna know what to do with him. He didn't play with his back to the goal, he would run right at defenders and leave dem out. Let Coops enlightening yuh some more. Coops actually played against him.

Yes, he played in de NASL for 9 seasons with Rochester Lancers, Miami Toros, Washington Darts and New York Generals. He was the MVP in de NASL in 1973 and made the All-League First team that year. He  (along with Steve David) is also listed as an honourable mention for the All Time NASL MVP. In 1970, 1971 and 1974 he made the NASL All-League Second teams.

He is 25th (Leroy DeLeon is number 26) on the NASL's top all-time goalscorers list with 58 goals in 162 games. He is 48th on the NASL's top all-time assist leaders with 39 assists.
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« Reply #36 on: September 19, 2006, 04:10:09 PM »
Absolutely!! he did play professionally( I believe here in the US...calling Tallman). He had as much skill if not more than our current players and he had incredible pace with the ball on his feet. The EPL wouldna know what to do with him. He didn't play with his back to the goal, he would run right at defenders and leave dem out. Let Coops enlightening yuh some more. Coops actually played against him.

Yes, he played in de NASL for 9 seasons with Rochester Lancers, Miami Toros, Washington Darts and New York Generals. He was the MVP in de NASL in 1973 and made the All-League First team that year. He  (along with Steve David) is also listed as an honourable mention for the All Time NASL MVP. In 1970, 1971 and 1974 he made the NASL All-League Second teams.

He is 25th (Leroy DeLeon is number 26) on the NASL's top all-time goalscorers list with 58 goals in 162 games. He is 48th on the NASL's top all-time assist leaders with 39 assists.

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« Reply #37 on: September 19, 2006, 04:15:22 PM »
Absolutely!! he did play professionally( I believe here in the US...calling Tallman). He had as much skill if not more than our current players and he had incredible pace with the ball on his feet. The EPL wouldna know what to do with him. He didn't play with his back to the goal, he would run right at defenders and leave dem out. Let Coops enlightening yuh some more. Coops actually played against him.

Yes, he played in de NASL for 9 seasons with Rochester Lancers, Miami Toros, Washington Darts and New York Generals. He was the MVP in de NASL in 1973 and made the All-League First team that year. He  (along with Steve David) is also listed as an honourable mention for the All Time NASL MVP. In 1970, 1971 and 1974 he made the NASL All-League Second teams.

He is 25th (Leroy DeLeon is number 26) on the NASL's top all-time goalscorers list with 58 goals in 162 games. He is 48th on the NASL's top all-time assist leaders with 39 assists.

Thank you Tallman

I forgot to add that he also played in Mexico (Club San Luis) and Haiti (Victory).
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« Reply #38 on: September 19, 2006, 05:16:16 PM »
Archibald,Gally, de Leon,Steve David, Rondon and Lincoln all could have played in top leagues in Europe if given the opportunity. Look at the players they were rubbing shoulders with in the 70's on NASL all-star teams.
Neesken's, Beckenbauer,Carlos Alberto,George Best, Pele etc. True enough these players were semi retired but our players were around the same age also and producing on the field . :beermug:

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« Reply #39 on: September 19, 2006, 07:45:03 PM »
Archibald,Gally, de Leon,Steve David, Rondon and Lincoln all could have played in top leagues in Europe if given the opportunity. Look at the players they were rubbing shoulders with in the 70's on NASL all-star teams.
Neesken's, Beckenbauer,Carlos Alberto,George Best, Pele etc. True enough these players were semi retired but our players were around the same age also and producing on the field . :beermug:

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« Reply #40 on: September 19, 2006, 07:51:13 PM »
Thanks to everybody for all de information on Mr Archibald, I learnt a lot from you all about him. If only ah cud ah see ah tape on him, dat would really be great. Bless.
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Re: Warren Archibald
« Reply #41 on: September 20, 2006, 09:55:08 AM »
Absolutely!! he did play professionally( I believe here in the US...calling Tallman). He had as much skill if not more than our current players and he had incredible pace with the ball on his feet. The EPL wouldna know what to do with him. He didn't play with his back to the goal, he would run right at defenders and leave dem out. Let Coops enlightening yuh some more. Coops actually played against him.

Yes, he played in de NASL for 9 seasons with Rochester Lancers, Miami Toros, Washington Darts and New York Generals. He was the MVP in de NASL in 1973 and made the All-League First team that year. He  (along with Steve David) is also listed as an honourable mention for the All Time NASL MVP. In 1970, 1971 and 1974 he made the NASL All-League Second teams.

He is 25th (Leroy DeLeon is number 26) on the NASL's top all-time goalscorers list with 58 goals in 162 games. He is 48th on the NASL's top all-time assist leaders with 39 assists.

Thank you Tallman

I forgot to add that he also played in Mexico (Club San Luis) and Haiti (Victory).

Oops! I was going to keep that piece of info to myself. Growing up as a kid, I saw the guy scored several times against my favorite team, Violette AC. The guy was just as popular as Emmanuel Sanon in Haiti and he was not considered a foreigner.
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Re: Warren Archibald
« Reply #42 on: October 04, 2010, 10:58:51 PM »
Archibald with the Toros at 0:15 (vs Rowdies in 1975)

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« Reply #43 on: October 05, 2010, 09:23:39 AM »
Archibald with the Toros at 0:15 (vs Rowdies in 1975)


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« Reply #44 on: October 05, 2010, 11:31:33 AM »
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« Reply #45 on: October 05, 2010, 11:57:07 AM »
That was the Era - Steve David - Warren Archibald -dont forget Leroy Deleon

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Re: Warren Archibald
« Reply #46 on: October 06, 2010, 08:25:25 AM »
Every single thing your friend said about Archibald is true. In Haiti, we believe that he was the greatest football player from Trinidad. He also distinguished himself in what was back then the US major league. I was quite surprised to find out that the present trini generation knows almost nothing about the guy.

Archibald was pretty much like Hugo Sanchez, one who would always find a way to score (even with his hands!). We even had a carnival song that said : 'Archibald, look what you did to Mexico / Mexicans will stop bragging...'

I am glad your friend told you how Haitians in general feel about that great former footballer and how the TnT national team is viewed in Haiti.

Can't really blame the fans now a days for not knowing anything about Archibald and company if they themselves couldn't careless.

I called this guy no less that 10 times trying to link up with him, I didn't even get a call back.

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Re: Warren Archibald
« Reply #47 on: October 06, 2010, 12:12:53 PM »
This may not be the best post for this is just that since it have so much Point men on here i'll give it a try,does anyone know anything about Keith Douglas,this guy played with Defence Force one year and was such an influence in my career as a player,he left DF and i never heard about him again just he still living in Point,if anyone have any contacts for him please PM me,ph,email,address etc it will be greatly apprecaited.

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Re: Warren Archibald
« Reply #48 on: October 07, 2010, 12:49:03 PM »
Archibald with the Toros at 0:15 (vs Rowdies in 1975)

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« Reply #49 on: October 07, 2010, 01:17:35 PM »
Great player was Warren Archibald and is true...Haitains think very highly of him.

Interesting that while Latas and Leonson are considered the best T&T footballers by this jamaican generation, Tony Douglas was considered the best ever by many yardies of the previous generation.

Anybody with thoughts on Tony Douglas?
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« Reply #50 on: October 07, 2010, 01:20:08 PM »
Great player was Warren Archibald and is true...Haitains think very highly of him.

Interesting that while Latas and Leonson are considered the best T&T footballers by this jamaican generation, Tony Douglas was considered the best ever by many yardies of the previous generation.

Anybody with thoughts on Tony Douglas?

who de fck is tony douglas?

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Re: Warren Archibald
« Reply #51 on: October 07, 2010, 01:36:00 PM »
Great player was Warren Archibald and is true...Haitains think very highly of him.

Interesting that while Latas and Leonson are considered the best T&T footballers by this jamaican generation, Tony Douglas was considered the best ever by many yardies of the previous generation.

Anybody with thoughts on Tony Douglas?

who de fck is tony douglas?

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« Reply #52 on: October 07, 2010, 01:47:09 PM »
Great player was Warren Archibald and is true...Haitains think very highly of him.

Interesting that while Latas and Leonson are considered the best T&T footballers by this jamaican generation, Tony Douglas was considered the best ever by many yardies of the previous generation.

Anybody with thoughts on Tony Douglas?

who de fck is tony douglas?

i feeling like a football baby asking this

If I not mistaken, he was a member of that T&T 73 team as well.

De jamaicans used to call him "trini" Douglas
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« Reply #53 on: October 07, 2010, 02:30:14 PM »
Great player was Warren Archibald and is true...Haitains think very highly of him.

Interesting that while Latas and Leonson are considered the best T&T footballers by this jamaican generation, Tony Douglas was considered the best ever by many yardies of the previous generation.

Anybody with thoughts on Tony Douglas?

who de fck is tony douglas?

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« Reply #54 on: October 07, 2010, 02:56:21 PM »
Great player was Warren Archibald and is true...Haitains think very highly of him.

Interesting that while Latas and Leonson are considered the best T&T footballers by this jamaican generation, Tony Douglas was considered the best ever by many yardies of the previous generation.

Anybody with thoughts on Tony Douglas?

who de fck is tony douglas?

i feeling like a football baby asking this


If I not mistaken, he was a member of that T&T 73 team as well.

De jamaicans used to call him "trini" Douglas

And in south known as Crapaud  ;D
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« Reply #55 on: October 07, 2010, 04:42:17 PM »
Great player was Warren Archibald and is true...Haitains think very highly of him.

Interesting that while Latas and Leonson are considered the best T&T footballers by this jamaican generation, Tony Douglas was considered the best ever by many yardies of the previous generation.

Anybody with thoughts on Tony Douglas?

who de fck is tony douglas?

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         Breds, you don't have to raise your blood pressure to ask a simple question if you don't know who Tony Douglas is.
         I think we Trinis miss out on Tony because from Benedicts he attended a technical school in Jamaica for some years,as a matter of fact Jamaicans knew him more than us,i never played against Tony but the little i saw of him he was the workhorse Midfielder on that team that went to Haiti (ball winner).
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« Reply #56 on: October 07, 2010, 07:49:15 PM »
Daiz a classic reply Coop's. Real classic allrong reply wit' good humour. Yuh real come dong like a smoot' operator dey.
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« Reply #57 on: October 08, 2010, 08:30:34 AM »
Great player was Warren Archibald and is true...Haitains think very highly of him.

Interesting that while Latas and Leonson are considered the best T&T footballers by this jamaican generation, Tony Douglas was considered the best ever by many yardies of the previous generation.

Anybody with thoughts on Tony Douglas?

who de fck is tony douglas?

i feeling like a football baby asking this
         Breds, you don't have to raise your blood pressure to ask a simple question if you don't know who Tony Douglas is.
         I think we Trinis miss out on Tony because from Benedicts he attended a technical school in Jamaica for some years,as a matter of fact Jamaicans knew him more than us,i never played against Tony but the little i saw of him he was the workhorse Midfielder on that team that went to Haiti (ball winner).
          Don't worry you are not a Football baby,this forum is here to help peeps like you,no question is shytty.

nah my blood pressure ent raise... i say it more in ah "but wha de hell... how i never hear dat name before" kinda way...

than a "who de fck is ricardo fuller" kinda way
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« Reply #58 on: October 08, 2010, 09:47:07 AM »
Great player was Warren Archibald and is true...Haitains think very highly of him.

Interesting that while Latas and Leonson are considered the best T&T footballers by this jamaican generation, Tony Douglas was considered the best ever by many yardies of the previous generation.

Anybody with thoughts on Tony Douglas?

who de fck is tony douglas?

i feeling like a football baby asking this
         Breds, you don't have to raise your blood pressure to ask a simple question if you don't know who Tony Douglas is.
         I think we Trinis miss out on Tony because from Benedicts he attended a technical school in Jamaica for some years,as a matter of fact Jamaicans knew him more than us,i never played against Tony but the little i saw of him he was the workhorse Midfielder on that team that went to Haiti (ball winner).
          Don't worry you are not a Football baby,this forum is here to help peeps like you,no question is shytty.

nah my blood pressure ent raise... i say it more in ah "but wha de hell... how i never hear dat name before" kinda way...

than a "who de fck is ricardo fuller" kinda way

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« Reply #59 on: October 09, 2010, 08:20:12 PM »
Great player was Warren Archibald and is true...Haitains think very highly of him.

Interesting that while Latas and Leonson are considered the best T&T footballers by this jamaican generation, Tony Douglas was considered the best ever by many yardies of the previous generation.

Anybody with thoughts on Tony Douglas?

I used to watch them guys play on a regular every Sunday during football season. Tony and the rest of the Douglas family(Monty, Mello) was straight dope!! It was a joy to watch dem mash up dem town teams like Malvern and TESCA and the rest. Then dem fellas became muslims and one setta schism start taking place in the team.
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