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Jerol Forbes strike down Tobago; W Connection blaze AIA Fire.
« on: September 21, 2005, 01:22:51 PM »
Connection Win Again—Drawing Closer To League Title.
By: Joel Villafana.


Vibe CT 105 W Connection are drawing very close to capturing the 2005 Pro League title—yesterday they registered another victory easily getting past Caledonia AIA Fire by 4 goals to 1.
Connection dominated proceedings as usual and took the lead in the 15th minute with a well worked effort finished off by captain Earl Jean.
Connection’s lead was doubled when Gefferson Goulart was pulled down in the area and the Brazilian himself stepped up and converted the penalty—Connection leading 2-0 in the 28th minute.
Then Goulart’s fellow Brazilian Ronaldo Viana got into the act and scored items in the 42nd and 58 minute and Connection leading 4-0 and cruising at this stage.
The Savonetta boys then locked up shop—but the plucky, but inconsistent Caledonia scored a consolation goal in the first minute of added on injury time with a Titus Elva strike. Connection now surging ahead to 36 points in the standings and its now just a matter of time before they clinch the League title.

Army Sinks Stars Again

A 3rd minute strike by former National under 23 striker Kevon Carter proved enough to give Defence Force their second consecutive victory over National Quarries North East Stars.
The Army Coast Guard outfit prevailed over the Stars last Friday in the FCB Cup coming away 2-1 winners. The Army moved to 21 points and into 3rd place on the standings behind W Connection and Jabloteh. Carter took full advantage of a slack North East Stars defence as they failed to clear the ball.
After the early goal the game was filled with missed chances—as both teams had their opportunities to score—North East probably deserved a share of the spoils—as Charles Pollard returning to North East Stars Ranks had the best opportunity but his header was guided over the bar.
Later in the 2nd half Michael Alexis also had a perfect opportunity to draw
the Stars level after receiving an in-swinging cross by Jerren Nixon and he
headed it wide. So in the end the boys from Tetron held on to come away with the three points.

Petrotrin Get The Better Of Tobago

Petrotrin continued in their winning ways as they scored a 3-1 win over
Tobago United. The ‘oilmen’ got all their goals in the 1st half—with Jerol Forbes netted a double opening the scoring in the 11th minute and in the 38th minute. Jamal Ayers rounded off petrotrin’s goal scoring with a 34th minute item—Tobago got a 24th minute consolation thanks to Ashford Leggerton.

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Re: Jerol Forbes strike down Tobago; W Connection blaze AIA Fire.
« Reply #1 on: September 21, 2005, 02:07:21 PM »
Tobago United is on pace to concede 300 goals!  over the last three years??!?!?!?  Whay Sah!! ???
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Re: Jerol Forbes strike down Tobago; W Connection blaze AIA Fire.
« Reply #2 on: September 21, 2005, 02:23:02 PM »
in 70 games 292 goals allowed over 4 per.  58 goals for.
yeah that a little bad- may want to take a look at their performance in the defensive third.

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good luck bago utd keep ya head up.

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« Reply #3 on: September 21, 2005, 02:34:59 PM »
I know them fellas working hard though..they have real pride in deyself ..it must be a nice lil ranks (even though yuh getting wash every game) ..to rep the sister isle...must have youths looking up to them fellas..dey will have their time though..everybody takes their micks at some point.
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Re: Jerol Forbes strike down Tobago; W Connection blaze AIA Fire.
« Reply #4 on: September 21, 2005, 02:37:33 PM »
well guess you could say them fellas have tough skin.  :beermug:



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Re: Jerol Forbes strike down Tobago; W Connection blaze AIA Fire.
« Reply #5 on: September 21, 2005, 03:39:03 PM »
that man called jerrel forbes is de best young striker in this country by miles.....mark my words.

He had some problems with the U20 coach a couple years ago but i am sure that he is maturing and hopefully he will be leading our charge to repeat qualification in 2010!!!

He is de only trinidadian to score against brazil in a world cup match....lol.

It is only a matter of time before he comes to the fore!! mark my words!!!

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Re: Jerol Forbes strike down Tobago; W Connection blaze AIA Fire.
« Reply #6 on: September 21, 2005, 03:45:41 PM »
The man was a stand out at Naps in the SSFL. Nice to see he still around and performing.

Hopefully he isn't discarded like the rest
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Re: Jerol Forbes strike down Tobago; W Connection blaze AIA Fire.
« Reply #7 on: September 21, 2005, 06:40:32 PM »
TRUE ANDRE....I HAVE A LOT OF TIME FOR FORBES....GOALSCORER.......HOPE HE KEEPS GOING....AS FAR AS TOBAGO UTD...ITS TOBAGO DIVIDED NOT UNITED......IF TOBAGO PUTS A UNITED TEAM TOGETHER...IT WILL BE VERY DIFFERENT....TNT TNT TNT
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Re: Jerol Forbes strike down Tobago; W Connection blaze AIA Fire.
« Reply #8 on: September 21, 2005, 07:37:55 PM »
Forbes is meh boy, ah miss playing with him. he is a deadly striker!! once he keep level headed and train hard it aint have a defender to contain him in trinidad. forbes, we go lime when we meet again!!! latah


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Re: Jerol Forbes strike down Tobago; W Connection blaze AIA Fire.
« Reply #9 on: September 21, 2005, 08:08:40 PM »
Forbes is a good young striker...but it have plenty better than him in trinidad...he score a couple goals but that doh make him the best in his age bracket or younger...he not even potentially the best...but he good still.

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« Reply #10 on: September 22, 2005, 06:03:05 AM »
Forbes is a good young striker...but it have plenty better than him in trinidad...he score a couple goals but that doh make him the best in his age bracket or younger...he not even potentially the best...but he good still.

I didnt make dat statement cause de man score one or two goals, i have been saying that since he playing with naps.

He just needs to mature a little more and i am sure that he will come to the fore!!
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Re: Jerol Forbes strike down Tobago; W Connection blaze AIA Fire.
« Reply #11 on: September 22, 2005, 06:09:22 AM »
Forbes is a very good goalscorer but from reports it appears that he is another one of those players who needs an attitude adjustment.  If that is the case, he is not one who fell at the wayside, he is one that is playing de arse.
I notice that a lot of the "intercol stars" have a reputation of being difficult....could it be the case that these players feel they have "reached" when they dribble three players and the crowd bawl whey sah..dat man real hot...i.e.Dwarika, Jemmott, Forbes, etc.

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Re: Jerol Forbes strike down Tobago; W Connection blaze AIA Fire.
« Reply #12 on: September 22, 2005, 06:28:58 AM »
 He still was not the best striker in country at his age group in naps...

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« Reply #13 on: September 22, 2005, 01:45:18 PM »
Gorien Highley is way better than Jerrol Forbes and he left footed to. Michael Carrington, Kenwyne Jones (when striking) and Nkosi Blackman was better than Forbes as strikers.

Forbes went on trial at Manchester United and when he came back to T&T he feel like he reach and seal a deal allready.

We have 4 stupid players in.. Dwarika, Forbes, Highley and Belgrave.

Dwarika waste he talent, I know Jemmott did to, but Jemmott is a crack head so he gone through. But Dwarika is a real ass wipe, he will play for a bottle of Vat-19.

Forbes and Highley real dotish, I eh saying they NOT good, but they need a wake up call..... real f**king dotish, I am suprise Forbes went Naps, they probably buy him from some Junior Sec. Lets hope they wise up...

Josmir Belgrave playing for Superstar Rangers, he mother does go and support him, and he does score in and out and feel that is the highest level he could reach, so he diss everything and T&T to and focusing on a none pro team like Superstar Rangers were he cant even make a decent salery.

I hope some T&T club pick up Keon Daniel because we may lose another good player here....... he needs to be based in T&T... he scoring for St Clair Coaching School week in, week out and he's not even a striker..
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Re: Jerol Forbes strike down Tobago; W Connection blaze AIA Fire.
« Reply #14 on: September 22, 2005, 08:08:55 PM »
yeah Forbes was good at Naps..but was an 'import'..hence the dotish attitude..he could've been a good allround person with a head on his shoulders..some people is just waste the opportunity given to them...they just prefer not to change their way of thinking and outlook on life.
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Re: Jerol Forbes strike down Tobago; W Connection blaze AIA Fire.
« Reply #15 on: September 22, 2005, 10:23:00 PM »
yeah Forbes was good at Naps..but was an 'import'..hence the dotish attitude..he could've been a good allround person with a head on his shoulders..some people is just waste the opportunity given to them...they just prefer not to change their way of thinking and outlook on life.

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Re: Jerol Forbes strike down Tobago; W Connection blaze AIA Fire.
« Reply #16 on: September 22, 2005, 11:02:35 PM »
It doh take much to strike down Tobago when it come to football these days. They produce so many good young ballers but wha does happen to dem after dat?

 

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