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What do these Teams/Individuals have in common?
« on: June 30, 2005, 07:03:49 PM »
 Colts from Belmont;Challengers from SanJuan;Burn Boots a National Team Coach;Jimmy Springer at one time the best midfielder in the country.
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Re: What do these Teams/Individuals have in common?
« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2005, 12:24:58 PM »
They were all banned by our FA for life.

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« Reply #2 on: July 11, 2005, 06:58:35 PM »
okay so why were they all banned ??? Especially if Sprimger was the best midfielder in the land at one time.

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« Reply #3 on: July 11, 2005, 08:05:24 PM »
okay so why were they all banned ??? Especially if Sprimger was the best midfielder in the land at one time.

Trevor "Burnt Boots" Smith:
He was banned because he pull "ah Nakhid". He tried to get better payment for the players during the 1969 CONCACAF Nations Cup in Costa Rica. He was de trainer. It was considered an act of indiscipline because de players almost went on strike during the tournament.

Jimmy Springer:
I think he was banned because he refused to play for T&T in de 1971 CONCACAF Nations Cup.

De players had demanded two pairs of boots, insurance for the duration of the tournament, track and sweat
shirts, proper hotel accomodation, a bonus tour to Canada if victorious, four (4) passes per player,
security for loss of earnings and $500 for out of pocket expenses. Instead, they got 1 pass, a track suit and sweat shirt and $150 out of pocket. Everybody accepted de package except Springer.
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Re: What do these Teams/Individuals have in common?
« Reply #4 on: July 12, 2005, 07:06:15 AM »

Jimmy Springer:
I think he was banned because he refused to play for T&T in de 1971 CONCACAF Nations Cup.

De players had demanded two pairs of boots, insurance for the duration of the tournament, track and sweat
shirts, proper hotel accomodation, a bonus tour to Canada if victorious, four (4) passes per player,
security for loss of earnings and $500 for out of pocket expenses. Instead, they got 1 pass, a track suit and sweat shirt and $150 out of pocket. Everybody accepted de package except Springer.


You see how people take their opportunities and waste them. A bonus tour if they win.  But what about the two teams, why were they  banned?

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« Reply #5 on: July 18, 2005, 11:01:07 AM »

Jimmy Springer:
I think he was banned because he refused to play for T&T in de 1971 CONCACAF Nations Cup.

De players had demanded two pairs of boots, insurance for the duration of the tournament, track and sweat
shirts, proper hotel accomodation, a bonus tour to Canada if victorious, four (4) passes per player,
security for loss of earnings and $500 for out of pocket expenses. Instead, they got 1 pass, a track suit and sweat shirt and $150 out of pocket. Everybody accepted de package except Springer.


You see how people take their opportunities and waste them. A bonus tour if they win.  But what about the two teams, why were they  banned?
Colts and Challengers were two teams that openly protested against the Football administration,i'm not sure about Colts but Challengers players picketed Football House on Dundonald street.

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Re: What do these Teams/Individuals have in common?
« Reply #6 on: February 02, 2006, 06:34:05 PM »
thanks for the infor on the part of challengers they always had some rebels ( they stood up for the betterment of football), they also had some good players brain john wayne tapper perchival, tampie george roderick dog nicholson just name. ah wonder how many for them like jack warner