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IF MONEY IS NOT AN ISSUE PICK YOUR COACH

ZICO
3 (6.3%)
GUS HIDDICK
17 (35.4%)
BORA MULTINOVIC
1 (2.1%)
FRANK RIKJARRD
5 (10.4%)
BEENHAKER
19 (39.6%)
SVEN ERIKKSON
0 (0%)
MARCO VAN BASTEN
2 (4.2%)
Luiz Felipe Scolari
1 (2.1%)

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Re: New Coach for T&T Men's Senior Team
« Reply #120 on: January 19, 2011, 12:20:05 PM »
most likely gullit look set to take over, it may be an excellent move by us, i was hoping for ruud to get some experience under his belt but it is a big step up from latas.

Ruud Gullit joins Terek Grozny
By ESPNsoccernet staff


Former L.A. Galaxy manager Ruud Gullit has made the shock decision to join Russian Premier League side Terek Grozny as coach.

Gullit signed an 18-month contract with the club, who finished 12th in the league last season behind eventual winners Zenit St Petersburg, and could even continue in the role by signing an extension at the end of the deal.

The Dutchman, who previously managed Chelsea, Newcastle and Feyenoord and has also appeared as a football pundit on television, has been set the target of a top-eight finish next season by club president Ramzan Kadyrov.

Terek is based in the formerly wartorn province of Chechnya in the south of the country and Gullit takes over from Anatoly Baidachny who was in charge of the side for only one season.

So scratch he name of d list.

The only person with he on the list was TI, and that is as much as needs to be said about that.

i took a guess breds, how was i suppose to know the ttff would pull Coach Q out their hat ???

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Re: New Coach for T&T Men's Senior Team
« Reply #121 on: January 19, 2011, 12:55:43 PM »
most likely gullit look set to take over, it may be an excellent move by us, i was hoping for ruud to get some experience under his belt but it is a big step up from latas.

Ruud Gullit joins Terek Grozny
By ESPNsoccernet staff


Former L.A. Galaxy manager Ruud Gullit has made the shock decision to join Russian Premier League side Terek Grozny as coach.

Gullit signed an 18-month contract with the club, who finished 12th in the league last season behind eventual winners Zenit St Petersburg, and could even continue in the role by signing an extension at the end of the deal.

The Dutchman, who previously managed Chelsea, Newcastle and Feyenoord and has also appeared as a football pundit on television, has been set the target of a top-eight finish next season by club president Ramzan Kadyrov.

Terek is based in the formerly wartorn province of Chechnya in the south of the country and Gullit takes over from Anatoly Baidachny who was in charge of the side for only one season.

So scratch he name of d list.

The only person with he on the list was TI, and that is as much as needs to be said about that.

i took a guess breds, how was i suppose to know the ttff would pull Coach Q out their hat ???

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Re: New Coach for T&T Men's Senior Team
« Reply #122 on: January 19, 2011, 12:57:27 PM »
most likely gullit look set to take over, it may be an excellent move by us, i was hoping for ruud to get some experience under his belt but it is a big step up from latas.

Ruud Gullit joins Terek Grozny
By ESPNsoccernet staff


Former L.A. Galaxy manager Ruud Gullit has made the shock decision to join Russian Premier League side Terek Grozny as coach.

Gullit signed an 18-month contract with the club, who finished 12th in the league last season behind eventual winners Zenit St Petersburg, and could even continue in the role by signing an extension at the end of the deal.

The Dutchman, who previously managed Chelsea, Newcastle and Feyenoord and has also appeared as a football pundit on television, has been set the target of a top-eight finish next season by club president Ramzan Kadyrov.

Terek is based in the formerly wartorn province of Chechnya in the south of the country and Gullit takes over from Anatoly Baidachny who was in charge of the side for only one season.

So scratch he name of d list.

The only person with he on the list was TI, and that is as much as needs to be said about that.

i took a guess breds, how was i suppose to know the ttff would pull Coach Q out their hat ???

Guessing what the TTFF will do next is like gambling in Vegas. The house always wins.

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Re: New Coach for T&T Men's Senior Team
« Reply #123 on: January 19, 2011, 01:48:19 PM »
most likely gullit look set to take over, it may be an excellent move by us, i was hoping for ruud to get some experience under his belt but it is a big step up from latas.

Ruud Gullit joins Terek Grozny
By ESPNsoccernet staff


Former L.A. Galaxy manager Ruud Gullit has made the shock decision to join Russian Premier League side Terek Grozny as coach.

Gullit signed an 18-month contract with the club, who finished 12th in the league last season behind eventual winners Zenit St Petersburg, and could even continue in the role by signing an extension at the end of the deal.

The Dutchman, who previously managed Chelsea, Newcastle and Feyenoord and has also appeared as a football pundit on television, has been set the target of a top-eight finish next season by club president Ramzan Kadyrov.

Terek is based in the formerly wartorn province of Chechnya in the south of the country and Gullit takes over from Anatoly Baidachny who was in charge of the side for only one season.

So scratch he name of d list.

The only person with he on the list was TI, and that is as much as needs to be said about that.

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Who will be T&T's next coach Thread.
« Reply #124 on: February 02, 2011, 10:10:20 PM »
Dutchman Neeskens to coach Warriors.
By: Nigel Simon (Guardian).


Johan Neeskens, the former Holland international and assistant coach of its 1998 World Cup team, is set to replace Russell Latapy as T&T’s national coach.

The 59-year-old Neeskens, a former team-mate of the legendary Johan Gruijff and ex-T&T coach Wim Rijsbergen is currently out of a job, after serving as assistant to former Holland and AC Milan international and Barcelona coach, Frank Rijkaard at Turkish champions Galatasary.

Neeskens worked as one of Rijkaard’s assistants at Barcelona (2006-2008) while he was the head coach at Dutch side, Nijmegen leading them to their first European appearance in 20 years in 2003 but was fired a year later.

He also served as an assistant to Hiddink with Australia (2005-2006) at the 2006 World Cup in Germany. Last Thursday, Keith Look Loy, the T&T Football Federation’s.

Technical Advisor confirmed that former Portugal and South Africa coach, Carlos Queiroz and three un-named Dutchmen were the coaches shortlisted to take over from Latapy.

However, while Queiroz confirmed his interest, he was quoted as saying he was yet to be contacted with a firm interest from the federation.

Queiroz also dismissed reports he had signed a contract with Brazilian club Vasco De Gama and refused a three-year offer from Iran. Germany’s Otto Pfister, 73, was also said to be a candidate but his age worked against him.

A source close to the national set-up said yesterday Neeskens beat out Queiroz, whose wage demands may have been a  stumbling block.

The source noted Neeskens was a target of Suriname but the country did not have the funds to attract him.

During his playing career, Neeskens, born in Heemstede, played with his local club RCH and Ajax before moving to Barcelona where he enjoyed five good seasons, winning the European Cup Winners’ Cup as the highlight.
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Re: Neeskens is the man
« Reply #125 on: February 02, 2011, 10:15:48 PM »
Great player.
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Re: Neeskens is the man
« Reply #126 on: February 02, 2011, 10:16:15 PM »
Well long time we did hear is a DUTCH MAN DAT WAS COMING.
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Re: Neeskens is the man
« Reply #127 on: February 02, 2011, 10:35:02 PM »
good choice if he indeed accept

too bad we ent have no Gold Cup to go... let this be a new beginning...

let TTFF get they act together and/or resign

let de black list be done...

lets move on to bigger better things  :beermug:
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Re: Neeskens is the man
« Reply #128 on: February 02, 2011, 10:41:51 PM »
This man was a great, great player.........played his last WC Final game in Argentina '78........was by far on of Holland's very best players.  Good luck to him on this new venture of trying to make a polished group of players out of our underdeveloped young men.


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Re: Neeskens is the man
« Reply #129 on: February 02, 2011, 10:45:36 PM »
Great player, poor head coaching record. Sound familiar?

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Re: Neeskens is the man
« Reply #130 on: February 02, 2011, 11:14:03 PM »
the Dutch style is very in-depth and very interesting. Neeskens knowledge and our players talents and abilities.
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Re: Neeskens is the man
« Reply #131 on: February 02, 2011, 11:20:13 PM »
Not jumping high not jumping low. Is like returning to the  ole guyl who gave yuh yuh first blow!!! so if we looking for the legacy of the Dutch, then so be it.

Now they say it real hard to please we; ah mean look at this man pedigree, experience and exposure to international football, compare this with the still 'present ' coach' and man  saying he eh have a great track record? Give the ma's credentials, could he do any worse than what we just suffered through?

Oh lawd,... leh we watch this ride or merry go round of coaches once more; there ios only one common denominator to  faacck this up ...yeha yuh guessed it the faaaccckkkinnggg TTFFF the same one that brough us Beenie man now her we go round and round once more.

To stay positive: a tribute  with regards to David Rudder..... We need a rallying song  to start this era; here is mine:

                                 DUTCH IN DEY FACE
                         Adapted lyrics & melody; David Rudder (1992)
“ Oh Gorm!” ah fella  write out like he drink a rum
“ Oh Gorm!”  It was a man from the S.W. forum
Shot call, ah fella post ah thread and start tuh cuss
How come they had given the prize fust to Latapy and he buss
When them players come back from Europe  they go play like mad
They go spanner and beats and run JA’s  from they yard
Even J.W. start to make he planning for big money he envisioning
He say, “they can’t beat we they go have to start petitioning
He telling them they go have tuh beg for mercy
We coming and it’s  doye, doye doye  doye doye
When all dem islands see we come down
Tell them war declre in this town is Dutch in dey face!!
Dutch in dey face!!!
Goals will be blasting
In this football war, Dutch in dey face
Ah tell allyuh is Dutch in dey face
Tell them we looking fuh fight, it’s trouble all year right
Tell them we feeling all right, it’a football war bredda
We coming out for war, we go settle some score
Them footballers  hungry fuh spite
Allyuh islanders watch out is   Dutch in dey face
Is Dutch in dey face is Dutch in dey face
Tell Cuba, Jamaica and Vincy all yuh win ah warm up but with World Cup at stake is no grace
Cause is  Dutch in dey face  Dutch in dey face  Dutch in dey face
Living on the edge from now till 2014
We must refuse to think about lose
Nobody could beat we
Ah tell yuh nanananannan
Is the return of  Dutch in dey face Dutch in dey face Dutch in dey face



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Re: Neeskens is the man
« Reply #132 on: February 03, 2011, 12:10:27 AM »
Interesting - Teamate of Dilly & Wim at NY cosmos, ah wonder if dey bounce
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« Reply #133 on: February 03, 2011, 12:40:06 AM »
I ent sure Dilly play with he. I know Dilly was in DC, and then went to San Jose.

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Re: Neeskens is the man
« Reply #134 on: February 03, 2011, 01:24:06 AM »
Wiki:

At the request of Guus Hiddink, Neeskens, along with Frank Rijkaard and Ronald Koeman, acted as assistant coach for the Dutch national team during the qualifiers and finals of the 1998 FIFA World Cup. When Hiddink stepped down as national coach after the 1998 FIFA World Cup, he performed the same role during the reign of Frank Rijkaard as national coach up until the end of Euro 2000. He was then appointed as coach of Dutch side NEC Nijmegen, leading them to their first European appearance in twenty years in 2003, but was fired in 2004 because of poor results.

In December 2005, Neeskens was appointed assistant coach of the Australian national team, once again at the request of Guus Hiddink, the Socceroos's manager at the time. He worked alongside Hiddink and Graham Arnold as part of their World Cup 2006 campaign, and even afterwards he remained involved with the Australian national team: on 7 October 2006, under contract with FC Barcelona, Neeskens was alongside the Australian national team's bench in a friendly match between Paraguay while visiting Australia for a short break.

After the 2006 World Cup, Neeskens returned to FC Barcelona to replace Henk ten Cate in the club's technical staff, reuniting with Frank Rijkaard. The three-year deal was signed when Neeskens flew in from Germany following Australia's opening win over Japan, but on 8 May 2008, after two disappointing seasons, Barcelona's president Joan Laporta announced that Neeskens (as well as Rijkaard) were to leave Barcelona at the end of the season.

Neeskens will now join Frank Rijkaard at Galatasaray as his assistant manager.



Worked with Guus and at Barca... he's seen 2 world cups as a coach and helped Barca .. not bad

Maybe he can get his chance with us to be number 1 but we'll see...

I still think better options are out there... and no I do not want Quieroz... I rather Pfister

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Re: Neeskens is the man
« Reply #135 on: February 03, 2011, 01:31:33 AM »
I expect a long thread.
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« Reply #136 on: February 03, 2011, 05:35:31 AM »
good i wanted a dutch coach
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« Reply #137 on: February 03, 2011, 05:52:34 AM »

1983: In earlier action this season against the Cosmos, photographer Kent Kallberg caught the Caps' Alan Taylor trying to beat the hard-working pair of Johan Neeskens and Richard Chinapoo. The Cosmos prevailed in the Spring Cup Challenge at Empire — winning 1-0 in a very entertaining game.
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« Reply #138 on: February 03, 2011, 06:44:28 AM »
ah know we doh have press conferences in Trinidad to explain ah decision on something which will affect many.But it will be interesting to know what was the taught process if it is really Neeskens? Did his name and playing ability carry more weight than his coaching credentials?Was it that his wage demands were more in line with what we can afford? Does the fact that he is Dutch carry any weight? These things will be interesting to know.But then again its TnT.

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« Reply #139 on: February 03, 2011, 06:52:13 AM »
I've created a thread for this, I am sick of all these "hear say" from the T&T Guardian.

From now all all these related threads will be merged.
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« Reply #140 on: February 03, 2011, 07:48:41 AM »
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At the request of Guus Hiddink, Neeskens, along with Frank Rijkaard and Ronald Koeman, acted as assistant coach for the Dutch national team during the qualifiers and finals of the 1998 FIFA World Cup. When Hiddink stepped down as national coach after the 1998 FIFA World Cup, he performed the same role during the reign of Frank Rijkaard as national coach up until the end of Euro 2000. He was then appointed as coach of Dutch side NEC Nijmegen, leading them to their first European appearance in twenty years in 2003, but was fired in 2004 because of poor results.

In December 2005, Neeskens was appointed assistant coach of the Australian national team, once again at the request of Guus Hiddink, the Socceroos's manager at the time. He worked alongside Hiddink and Graham Arnold as part of their World Cup 2006 campaign, and even afterwards he remained involved with the Australian national team: on 7 October 2006, under contract with FC Barcelona, Neeskens was alongside the Australian national team's bench in a friendly match between Paraguay while visiting Australia for a short break.

After the 2006 World Cup, Neeskens returned to FC Barcelona to replace Henk ten Cate in the club's technical staff, reuniting with Frank Rijkaard. The three-year deal was signed when Neeskens flew in from Germany following Australia's opening win over Japan, but on 8 May 2008, after two disappointing seasons, Barcelona's president Joan Laporta announced that Neeskens (as well as Rijkaard) were to leave Barcelona at the end of the season.

Neeskens will now join Frank Rijkaard at Galatasaray as his assistant manager.



Worked with Guus and at Barca... he's seen 2 world cups as a coach and helped Barca .. not bad

Maybe he can get his chance with us to be number 1 but we'll see...

I still think better options are out there... and no I do not want Quieroz... I rather Pfister
I second dat! and like Pfister more as well. His stats more fit the Trini bunch than this KNeeskins fella.
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Re: Dutchman Neeskens to coach Warriors
« Reply #141 on: February 03, 2011, 07:50:12 AM »

1983: In earlier action this season against the Cosmos, photographer Kent Kallberg caught the Caps' Alan Taylor trying to beat the hard-working pair of Johan Neeskens and Richard Chinapoo. The Cosmos prevailed in the Spring Cup Challenge at Empire — winning 1-0 in a very entertaining game.

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« Reply #142 on: February 03, 2011, 08:49:21 AM »
I ent sure Dilly play with he. I know Dilly was in DC, and then went to San Jose.
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but if yuh click on Dilly, it say he was with Seattle in '79, so I guess that cosmo info outta sight


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Neesk: So Wim, hear nah, take dah wuk or wha
Wim: If yuh want, dem didn't like me

Neesk: buh Wim, yuh know how you hard nose, yuh mussbe went down dey and telling dem caribbean man bout discipline & hardwuk man...yuh forget dem fellas we used to play with from TT, they doh like to train at all,at all, buh when game time come, they ready like Cruff.

Wim: wasn't dat alone nah, dey does tell yuh who to pick or yuh does read the team yuh pick in the newspapers, when to train, sometimes yuh does find out where in the newspapers too, yuh have to let the players chase gyul, and if the gyul blank dem, they allowed to buff dem all how, and then yuh does find out if yuh go get pay, from a fella at the corner of a park, they call WoodfordIndependence square, some kind of University...I had a disagreement with the Government TD, who cannot have nothing to do with FIFA, and therefore doh meedle in fowl business, yuh know, I read ah was fired in the newspaper...dem guys does juss operate different..

Neesk: So take the wuk or wha ?

Wim: well, take some sun, drink some rum - there is a place called under the coconut trees or someting so - plus the President like he rum, walk around, look vex, dey will at least pay yuh expenses, and if things go good, yuh is ah hero, if things go bad, yuh had ah nice holiday..go for it man, nuh like yuh have anything else line up
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« Reply #143 on: February 03, 2011, 09:17:26 AM »
lets just hope this nigga has some balls to stand up to warner and his bullshit.

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Re: Dutchman Neeskens to coach Warriors
« Reply #144 on: February 03, 2011, 09:24:39 AM »

1983: In earlier action this season against the Cosmos, photographer Kent Kallberg caught the Caps' Alan Taylor trying to beat the hard-working pair of Johan Neeskens and Richard Chinapoo. The Cosmos prevailed in the Spring Cup Challenge at Empire — winning 1-0 in a very entertaining game.

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That is our own Chinapoo playing with the big boys. He coaching professionally since he retired so I wonder if his name has ever come up for consideration as a possible coach for the national team? I know for sure he has a whole lot more coaching experience than RL!!!
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« Reply #145 on: February 03, 2011, 11:18:22 AM »
I am all for getting our team to play their best!!!!! I also recognise the distinguished resume of the new coach....and i respect it and welcome him.

However, what is disappointing to note is that he played with some of our own home grown talent like Chinappoo and Dilly...yet none of ours are being considered. instaed you set up the young inexperienced Latapy for failure.....truly sad.

The "same old" local bunch will be assembled to act as his assistants....here we go again.

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« Reply #146 on: February 03, 2011, 12:58:52 PM »
Men missing from this thread boy.
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Re: Dutchman Neeskens to coach Warriors
« Reply #147 on: February 03, 2011, 01:00:14 PM »

1983: In earlier action this season against the Cosmos, photographer Kent Kallberg caught the Caps' Alan Taylor trying to beat the hard-working pair of Johan Neeskens and Richard Chinapoo. The Cosmos prevailed in the Spring Cup Challenge at Empire — winning 1-0 in a very entertaining game.

Pic boy Tallman! :applause: :applause: :applause: :applause:
That is our own Chinapoo playing with the big boys. He coaching professionally since he retired so I wonder if his name has ever come up for consideration as a possible coach for the national team? I know for sure he has a whole lot more coaching experience than RL!!!
Aye ! It have much Trinis coaching successfully on the international scene,Yuh think they want to put up wid TTFF and bull shit for fame
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Re: Who will be T&T's next coach thread (2011).
« Reply #148 on: February 03, 2011, 01:06:48 PM »
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At the request of Guus Hiddink, Neeskens, along with Frank Rijkaard and Ronald Koeman, acted as assistant coach for the Dutch national team during the qualifiers and finals of the 1998 FIFA World Cup. When Hiddink stepped down as national coach after the 1998 FIFA World Cup, he performed the same role during the reign of Frank Rijkaard as national coach up until the end of Euro 2000. He was then appointed as coach of Dutch side NEC Nijmegen, leading them to their first European appearance in twenty years in 2003, but was fired in 2004 because of poor results.

In December 2005, Neeskens was appointed assistant coach of the Australian national team, once again at the request of Guus Hiddink, the Socceroos's manager at the time. He worked alongside Hiddink and Graham Arnold as part of their World Cup 2006 campaign, and even afterwards he remained involved with the Australian national team: on 7 October 2006, under contract with FC Barcelona, Neeskens was alongside the Australian national team's bench in a friendly match between Paraguay while visiting Australia for a short break.

After the 2006 World Cup, Neeskens returned to FC Barcelona to replace Henk ten Cate in the club's technical staff, reuniting with Frank Rijkaard. The three-year deal was signed when Neeskens flew in from Germany following Australia's opening win over Japan, but on 8 May 2008, after two disappointing seasons, Barcelona's president Joan Laporta announced that Neeskens (as well as Rijkaard) were to leave Barcelona at the end of the season.

Neeskens will now join Frank Rijkaard at Galatasaray as his assistant manager.



Worked with Guus and at Barca... he's seen 2 world cups as a coach and helped Barca .. not bad

Maybe he can get his chance with us to be number 1 but we'll see...

I still think better options are out there... and no I do not want Quieroz... I rather Pfister
I second dat! and like Pfister more as well. His stats more fit the Trini bunch than this KNeeskins fella.

i must agree, as in my previous thread, i was happy with pfister, kneeskens was an excellent player and good asst coach but pfister would have been a better choice bc it would be his last time coaching a world cup team.

he would have given everything into it for tt football

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Re: Who will be T&T's next coach thread (2011).
« Reply #149 on: February 03, 2011, 02:21:40 PM »
lets just hope this nigga has some balls to stand up to warner and his bullshit.

Yuh really think that necessary  ???