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Celebrities, Warriors in Tobago
« on: May 25, 2007, 11:59:28 AM »
Celebrities, Warriors in Tobago
By WALTER ALIBEY (Trinidad Newsday)


Friday, May 25 2007

SOCIAL Development Minister Rene Dumas is expected to line-up for the Celebrities football team when they take on the Soca Warriors in a charity match at the Dwight Yorke Stadium, Tobago tonight from 7 pm.

All proceeds will go toward the newly formed Football Players Association of Trinidad and Tobago (FPATT).

Attempts are also being made to have calypsonians Winston Bailey, whose stage name is Shadow, as well as the 2005 Soca Monarch and Road March champion Sherwin Winchester to line up with the Celebrities.

Former West Indies fastbowler Mervyn Dillon will also make an appearance for the celebrities along with soca artiste Tony Prescott.

The formation of FPATT over the weekend comes in the midst of a controversy surrounding the selection of the best team to represent Trinidad and Tobago at the CONCACAF Gold Cup in the United States from June 6 to 24.

The TT team has been placed in Group “B” along with Guatemala, El Salvador and host the United States. Trinidad and Tobago will open their campaign against El Salvador in Los Angeles on June 7.

However a number of international footballers who played at last year’s FIFA World Cup in Germany have not made themselves available because of an ongoing dispute with the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation.

Many are back home to launch the players’ association while the TTFF have gone ahead and selected a squad made up in the main of untried and untested players for the Gold Cup.

Soca Warriors’ captain Stern John has been left out of that team along with defenders Marvin Andrews and Brent Sancho, David Atiba Charles, goalkeeper Kelvin Jack, midfielders Carlos Edwards, Chris Birchall, Kenwyn Jones, Anthony Wolffe, Denzil Theobald, Leslie Fitzpatrick, Silvio Spann and strikers Jason Scotland, Cornel Glenn.

But team coach Wim Rijsbergen has openly expressed his disappointment over the players made available to him.

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Re: Celebrities, Warriors in Tobago
« Reply #1 on: May 25, 2007, 12:10:05 PM »
rene Dumars is Min of Local Gov't. Good grief what is the qualification to be a journalist. If dey cyah get social stdies question right we expect dem to investigative journalism. It eh go happen
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Re: Celebrities, Warriors in Tobago
« Reply #2 on: May 25, 2007, 12:27:25 PM »
Dumars is the Min of local Govt. If dem so call Journalist cyah get social studies questions correct. How dey go do investigative journalism?
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Re: Celebrities, Warriors in Tobago
« Reply #3 on: May 26, 2007, 03:31:06 PM »
Celebrities, Warriors in Tobago
By WALTER ALIBEY (Trinidad Newsday)


Friday, May 25 2007

.....However a number of international footballers who played at last year’s FIFA World Cup in Germany have not made themselves available because of an ongoing dispute with the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation......


Oh gor'!!!!  :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated:  Not again!!!!   Oh shims man!!!!
Wha' goin' orn here dread?!!  Is a conspiracy orwah.... to misrepresent de Warriors. Dey NEVA said de warriors were unavailable.  >:( >:(

Alibey, yuh damn lie !!!
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Re: Celebrities, Warriors in Tobago
« Reply #4 on: May 26, 2007, 04:28:06 PM »
Celebrities, Warriors in Tobago
By WALTER ALIBEY (Trinidad Newsday)


Friday, May 25 2007

SOCIAL Development Minister Rene Dumas is expected to line-up for the Celebrities football team when they take on the Soca Warriors in a charity match at the Dwight Yorke Stadium, Tobago tonight from 7 pm.

Ah SHAME  :liar: :liar: :liar:  :liar: for de Newsday.  Ya coulda do betta dan dat!!!

Celebrities, Warriors in Tobago
By WALTER ALIBEY (Trinidad Newsday)


Friday, May 25 2007

However a number of international footballers who played at last year’s FIFA World Cup in Germany have not ??? made themselves available because of an ongoing dispute with the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation.
Stop cuttin classes in school and start payin attenshion!!!  Wha eis deis.....

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Re: Celebrities, Warriors in Tobago
« Reply #5 on: May 26, 2007, 09:12:31 PM »
We know dem fellas lazy but they could at least chect this site for the correct info instead ah publishing such crap. we need to flood dem with emails as well.
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Re: Celebrities, Warriors in Tobago
« Reply #6 on: May 27, 2007, 05:40:10 AM »
So which is it?

Celebrities, Warriors in Tobago
By WALTER ALIBEY (Trinidad Newsday)


However a number of international footballers who played at last year’s FIFA World Cup in Germany have not made themselves available because of an ongoing dispute with the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation.

or is it

Soca Warriors’ captain Stern John has been left out of that team along with defenders Marvin Andrews and Brent Sancho, David Atiba Charles, goalkeeper Kelvin Jack, midfielders Carlos Edwards, Chris Birchall, Kenwyn Jones, Anthony Wolffe, Denzil Theobald, Leslie Fitzpatrick, Silvio Spann and strikers Jason Scotland, Cornel Glenn.


And since when was Stern John made captain of the team?

I can't beelieve all this incompetence called journalism
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Re: Celebrities, Warriors in Tobago
« Reply #7 on: May 27, 2007, 05:42:11 AM »
well to be fair to the guy.... the players that are not blacklisted... Carlos, Dennis, Ince, Yorkie  etc.. did say they are not available, because they are standing in solidarity with the rest of the team... so maybe that is what he means..

But Dumas as social development minister: he ha tuh take real licks fuh dat  :whip: :whip: :whip: :whip:

 

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