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Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
« on: September 11, 2009, 12:19:03 PM »
  Trinidad & Tobago vs Egypt

  Egyptian Army (Borg El Arab) Stadium, Alexandria
  Thursday, 24 September 2009
  20:00 local, 13:00 T&T/Eastern

 

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As usual, any updates/scores, shout-outs, reports, predictions, views, etc, on the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup game vs Egypt (September 24th, 20:00 local, 13:00 T&T/Eastern time) in the Egyptian Army Stadium in Alexandria will be posted here, this way, we can help maintain the message board and not make it look too scrappy with un-necessary or related headlines and postings on game day.

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Alexandria.

Alexandria is the second-largest city in Egypt. Known far and wide as ‘The Pearl of the Mediterranean', it has an atmosphere that is decidedly more Mediterranean than Middle Eastern. Its ambience and cultural heritage distance it from the rest of the country, although it is actually only 225km from the capital.

Borg El Arab Stadium.

Borg El Arab Stadium is a brand new stadium commissioned in 2006 in the Mediterranean Sea resort of Borg el Arab; 50 km west of Alexandria, Egypt. It is the second largest stadium in Egypt, Africa and The Middle Eastcomes after Cairo Stadium with a capacity of 80,000 and is an all-seater. It is located on the Cairo-Alexandria desert highway 10 km from Borg El Arab Airport and 15 km from Alexandria's city centre. A running track runs around the pitch, and the ground has four large floodlights. Only one stand is covered by a roof.

Trinidad & Tobago

T&T put in a promising performance as hosts of the 2009 CONCACAF U-20 Championship, ensuring a fourth-place finish to book their place in Egypt. The 2009 youth finals will the dual-island nation's second appearance at a U-20 global showpiece and judging by the steady improvements in their football, the opposition will do well not to underestimate the red-clad islanders.

Qualifying
Trinidad hosted the 2009 CONCACAF championship in Macoya and Bacolet over nine days in March. They began their campaign amid raucous local support with a 1-0 win over Canada and then followed it up with a 0-0 draw against eventual champions Costa Rica. Their third group game was a bit of anti-climax, as they had assured progress to the semis and Egypt beforehand. However, they still managed to come from two goals down to draw Mexico 2-2.  In their last-four meeting with the much-fancied United States, the tournament hosts ground out a goalless draw before being edged in a penalty shoot-out. They had to endure further heartbreak in the third-place game when a late Honduras goal forced the home boys to settle for fourth.

Coach
Zoran Vranes brings a wealth of coaching experience to this young Trinidadian outfit. The Serbian former FK Partizan player managed the Trinidad and Tobago senior national team briefly in 2003 before helping to transform the fortunes of St Vincent and the Grenadines from minnows in the Caribbean to genuine contenders.

Star Players
Trinidad has among their ranks a raft of talented players, all good with the ball and possessing the prototypical Caribbean traits of explosive speed and power. Chief among them is Sean de Silva, who scored the crucial goal in Trinidad's opening win over Canada. Jet-heeled striker Qian Grosvenor, Daniel Joseph and namesake Marcus Joseph comprise a midfield that may well be able to make a mark in the Egyptian finals.

Record

Trinidad have only ever qualified for one FIFA U-20 World Cup, at Portugal 1991, where they were sent packing in the first round without managing to score a single goal.

What they said...
"It was very good to see that Trinidad and Tobago can play well under mental pressure and not just physical pressure. I am very proud of the guys...And I would like to thank all of Trinidad and Tobago who supported us," Trinidad and Tobago coach Zoran Vranes, after his side qualified for Egypt 2009.

T&T 22-Man Squad

Goalkeepers - X 3
21.Glenroy Samuel (United Petrotrin/TRI), 1.Jesse Fullerton (Nova University/USA), 22.Andre Marchan (Joe Pubic/TRI).

Defenders - X 8
19.Daniel Cyrus (Joe Public/TRI), 12.Robert Primus (San Juan Jabloteh/TRI), 4.Sheldon Bateau (San Juan Jabloteh/TRI), 3.Curtis Gonzales (Ma Pau SC/TRI), 15.Uriah Bentick (Liberty University/USA), 5.Akeem Adams (United Petrotrin/TRI), 2.Aubrey David (W Connection/TRI), Mikeil Williams (Ma Pau SC/TRI).

Midfielders - X 7
6.Leston Paul (capt) (University of South Flordia/USA), 8.Sean De Silva (Joe Public/TRI), 14.Jean-Luc Rochford (Joe Public/TRI), 7.Kevin Molino (Ma Pau SC/TRI), 16.Marcus Joseph (Joe Public/TRI), Khaleem Hyland (Zulte Waregem/BEL), Jake Thomson (Southampton/ENG).

Forwards - X 4
Jamal Gay (Rot Weiss Oberhausen/GER), 18.Marvin Manswell (Joe Public/TRI), 10.Quan Grosvenor (University of Connecticut/USA), 9.Juma Jamal Clarence (United Petrotrin/TRI).

Egypt

Egypt have a convincing record at the FIFA U-20 World Cup, standing in 22nd position in the competition's all time ranking out of 80 teams who have ever made it to the finals. The North Africans have made five appearances in the competition, starting with Australia in 1981 when Taher Abuzied finished as one of the top scorers of the tournament with four goals in just three matches. But their most impressive result was achieved 20 years later when they won the bronze medal in Argentina in 2001. The tournament which they host in September and October will provide the young Pharaohs with a chance to compete for the title for the first time in front of their own fans.

Qualifying
Although Egypt qualified automatically for the finals as hosts of the competition, the Egyptian FA insisted that their team should participate in the African Youth Championship that was held this year in Rwanda. They saw it as the perfect opportunity to test their youth side's ability to compete in such competitive circumstances. They started off on the wrong foot by losing to Nigeria 2-0, but soon recovered to beat Côte d'Ivoire and South Africa respectively in their group. However, this was not enough to send them through to the final four, losing out on a place in the semi-finals on goal difference to South Africa. The result was disappointing for the Egyptians and has raised doubts over the young side's ability to fulfil their nation's hopes of winning a medal later this year in the FIFA U-20 World Cup.

Coach
Miroslav Soukup started his career in coaching at Czech side Tatran Prachatice, with whom he won a third-division title in 2002/03, and his success there led to two seasons as assistant coach for top-flight Czech outfit 1.FC Brno. Soukup guided his country, the Czech Republic, to the final of the FIFA U-20 World Cup Canada 2007 but they lost the title to Argentina. He was scouted by the Egyptian officials at that time who were hunting for a European professional manager who could help their team to reach the final of the same competition two years later. After a few months in charge, he decided to let go of his previous local assistant Rabie Yassin who was credited for formatting the current team and replaced him with former Werder Bremen defender Hany Ramzy.

Star Players
Goalkeeper Abugabal gave an impressive performance in Rwanda and proved to be the right man to succeed veteran keeper, Essam El Hadary in the Pharaohs' squad. However, arguably the side's brightest prospect is 19 year-old Talaat Mohamed, who has shown immense promise with his stellar performances.

Record
In the 21 games played in the competition they have won seven, drawn four and lost ten. Interestingly, they have scored 25 goals and conceded 31. Egypt's best finish in the competition came at Argentina 2001, when they finished third. Notable members of that side included Mohamed Shawky who currently plays for Middlesbrough in England, former Spurs midfielder Hossam Ghaly and Ahmed Aboumessalem who is currently based in France with League 2 side Ajaccio.

What they said
"We learned a lot of lessons in Rwanda and hope we can fix our mistakes before the FIFA U-20 World Cup. With the tournament taking place in September and October, we hope we would have enough time to bring new players to the side and give them the experience they lack especially that none of them have broken into the senior teams of their clubs." Miroslav Soukup, Egypt coach.

Squad

Nr. Name                DOB        Pos Clubs                Height
 1  Aly LOTFI          14/10/1989  GK  Enppi (EGY)             187
 2  Salah SOLIMAN      20/01/1990  DF  Ghazl Al Mehalla (EGY)  185
 3  Hesham MOHAMED     03/01/1990  MF  Al Ahly (EGY)           170
 4  Mostafa GALAL      22/07/1989  MF  Enppi (EGY)             180
 5  Moaz EL HENAWY     29/01/1990  DF  Al Ahly (EGY)           180
 6  Ahmed HEGAZY       25/01/1991  DF  Ismaily (EGY)           193
 7  Aly MOHAMED        01/01/1989  DF  Enppi (EGY)             166
 8  Shehab AHMED       22/08/1990  MF  Al Ahly (EGY)           169
 9  Mohamed TALAAT     14/05/1989  FW  Al Ahly (EGY)           173
10  Ahmed SHOUKRI      21/07/1989  MF  Al Ahly (EGY)           170
11  AFROTO             17/03/1989  FW  Al Ahly (EGY)           163
12  Islam RAMADAN      01/11/1990  DF  Haras El Hedood (EGY)   178
13  Ayman ASHRAF       09/04/1991  DF  Al Ahly (EGY)           175
14  Hosam HASSAN       30/04/1989  MF  Enppi (EGY)             172
15  Saadeldin SAAD     01/04/1989  DF  Al Ahly (EGY)           182
16  Mohamed BASSAM     25/12/1990  GK  Al Gaish (EGY)          191
17  Mahmoud TOBA       01/10/1989  MF  Al Ahly (EGY)           179
18  Ahmed MAGDY        09/12/1989  MF  Ghazl Al Mehalla (EGY)  169
19  BOGY               28/01/1989  FW  Zamalek (EGY)           182
20  Hussam ARAFAT      18/01/1990  MF  Zamalek (EGY)           181
21  Mohamed ABOUGABAL  29/01/1989  GK  Enppi (EGY)             191

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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2009, 10:23:41 AM »
I ready for this to start.

Does anyhone know if it will be shown on Directv?
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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2009, 10:58:17 AM »
Not goin 2 b home so I go get a text. D strt of meh detachment give meh d score I go b good wit dat.
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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
« Reply #4 on: September 15, 2009, 12:41:37 PM »
Anybody have info on tv coverage in de US?

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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
« Reply #5 on: September 15, 2009, 01:08:16 PM »
Anybody have info on tv coverage in de US?

ESPN has the rights, but I think they are only showing the games online at ESPN 360 except for maybe the US games.

check here:

http://www.livesoccertv.com/competitions/international/fifa-u-20-world-cup/
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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
« Reply #7 on: September 18, 2009, 02:32:22 PM »
Pharaohs count on home support
(FIFA.com)


Egypt have left no stone unturned in their quest to do themselves proud at the FIFA U-20 World Cup, which they will host from 24 September to 16 October. They have faced over 80 different opponents in friendlies and installed Miroslav Soukup, who masterminded Czech Republic's improbable runners-up finish at Canada 2007, in their hot-seat, marking the first time a foreigner has coached them at youth level.

Hany Ramzi, a formidable sweeper who won 124 caps for Egypt, has been appointed as the Czech's right-hand man, and together the coaches have had their players together for six over months, affording them the chance to gel.

The Egyptians traveled to Rwanda for the CAF African Youth Championship at the start of the year, and although they impressed in respective 2-1 wins over Côte d'Ivoire and South Africa, a defeat by Nigeria in their opener ultimately cost them a place in the next round. Ramzi nevertheless believes they have come on leaps and bounds thereafter.

"Of course we didn't show the necessary level in Rwanda and we weren't happy with our performance, but we have improved greatly since then," he told FIFA.com. "The players have got more confidence and experience, and I believe that as a team we are a lot better than we were at the start of the year."

While Egypt will enter the world U-20 finals as one of the best-prepared sides, they have one of the only squads devoid of Europe-Based players. This, however, does not concern Soukup "I'm very content with the group I have now and I'm convinced they're the best," he said.

"We called up several professionals from Italy, Austria, Denmark and other countries who joined the team so we could judge their level, but they were no better than the local players. We mustn't forget that the national team have succeeded in winning the African Cup of Nations twice with local players. I'm happy that most of the squad are local but remain convinced that the Egyptian player has what it takes to succeed in Europe."

Soukup's men are now fully focused on their opening game against Trinidad and Tobago. They may take inspiration from their predecessors from 18 years ago, who ran out 6-0 winners against the Caribbean side at the FIFA World Youth Championship Portugal 1991.

What Ramzi fears the most ahead of the curtain-raiser, which will be held in the Borg el Arab stadium on the northern coast, is pressure from an expectant crowd. The venue has the largest capacity in Egypt, holding almost 80,000 spectators, and this will be the first official match held there since it was opened almost a year ago.

"Our players are looking forward to the crowd's support and we hope to see this massive ground full to the rafters, but at the same time we worry that the pressure of the occasion might effect the players or cause them to lose focus," said Ramzi. "We've played a record number of friendly matches, but the largest crowd has been about 300 people."

"Certainly the situation will be very different in this tournament and it's an experience our players have not encountered during their careers, but we've done our best to prepare them psychologically and make them ready for this. I believe that the spotlight on them in the first game will help them come through a difficult start.

"The home support and the knowing the grounds are important weapons that we must get the maximum benefit from, just as the crowd was the driving force behind the senior team's victory in the 2006 African Nations Cup."

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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
« Reply #8 on: September 18, 2009, 03:30:50 PM »
All you notice is two red,white and black teams go be playing next week.

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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
« Reply #9 on: September 18, 2009, 06:33:47 PM »


What Ramzi fears the most ahead of the curtain-raiser, which will be held in the Borg el Arab stadium on the northern coast, is pressure from an expectant crowd. The venue has the largest capacity in Egypt, holding almost 80,000 spectators, and this will be the first official match held there since it was opened almost a year ago.

Our players ever play in front of a crowd of that side before??? Me thinks not.....lawd pressure!!!
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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
« Reply #11 on: September 18, 2009, 09:11:51 PM »
fire Vranes before its too late.

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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
« Reply #13 on: September 19, 2009, 01:08:36 AM »
fire Vranes before its too late.

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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
« Reply #14 on: September 19, 2009, 01:16:20 AM »


What Ramzi fears the most ahead of the curtain-raiser, which will be held in the Borg el Arab stadium on the northern coast, is pressure from an expectant crowd. The venue has the largest capacity in Egypt, holding almost 80,000 spectators, and this will be the first official match held there since it was opened almost a year ago.

Our players ever play in front of a crowd of that side before??? Me thinks not.....lawd pressure!!!

Same pressure go be on us as on them Brownsugar, and our players should feel quite at home with all them supporters wearing red, white & black in the stadium! And apparently Egyptian music sounds a lot like soca as well!  ;)

All you notice is two red,white and black teams go be playing next week.
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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
« Reply #15 on: September 19, 2009, 06:49:15 AM »
Our Squad
http://www.fifa.com/u20worldcup/teams/team=1888318/index.html


1   Glenroy SAMUEL
2   Aubrey DAVID
3   Curtis GONZALES
4   Sheldon BATEAU
5   Akeem ADAMS
6   Leston PAUL
7   Kevin MOLINO
8   Sean DE SILVA
9   Jamaal GAY
10   Qian GROSVENOR
11   Khaleem HYLAND
12   Robert PRIMUS
13   Juma CLARENCE
14   Jean Luc ROCHFORD
15   Uriah BENTICK
16   Marcus JOSEPH
17   Mekeil WILLIAMS
18   Jake THOMSON
19   Daneil CYRUS
20   Andre MARCHAN
21   Jesse FULLERTON
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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
« Reply #16 on: September 19, 2009, 07:07:27 AM »
Our Squad
http://www.fifa.com/u20worldcup/teams/team=1888318/index.html


1   Glenroy SAMUEL
2   Aubrey DAVID
3   Curtis GONZALES
4   Sheldon BATEAU
5   Akeem ADAMS
6   Leston PAUL
7   Kevin MOLINO
8   Sean DE SILVA
9   Jamaal GAY
10   Qian GROSVENOR
11   Khaleem HYLAND
12   Robert PRIMUS
13   Juma CLARENCE
14   Jean Luc ROCHFORD
15   Uriah BENTICK
16   Marcus JOSEPH
17   Mekeil WILLIAMS
18   Jake THOMSON
19   Daneil CYRUS
20   Andre MARCHAN
21   Jesse FULLERTON


Hmmn, so it's 21 and NOT 22... looks like we only taking 3 strikers... seems Manswell is the odd man out? Can anyone confirm...

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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
« Reply #17 on: September 20, 2009, 10:43:27 AM »
ah skin tru de entire tv guide,nutten on fsc,espn,gol tv.man was plannin to stay home. :(
soon ah go b ah lean mean bulling machine.

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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
« Reply #18 on: September 20, 2009, 10:45:02 AM »
ah skin tru de entire tv guide,nutten on fsc,espn,gol tv.man was plannin to stay home. :(

Yeah, we guh ha to rely on de web fuh dis one Capo
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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
« Reply #19 on: September 21, 2009, 07:51:45 PM »
ah skin tru de entire tv guide,nutten on fsc,espn,gol tv.man was plannin to stay home. :(

Yeah, we guh ha to rely on de web fuh dis one Capo
ah will check PPV.
soon ah go b ah lean mean bulling machine.

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« Reply #20 on: September 21, 2009, 07:57:41 PM »
ah skin tru de entire tv guide,nutten on fsc,espn,gol tv.man was plannin to stay home. :(

Yeah, we guh ha to rely on de web fuh dis one Capo
ah will check PPV.

If this game was Friday ah culda break biche and we make a lime, as it stands ah guh ha to tief ah look online from time to time
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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
« Reply #21 on: September 21, 2009, 07:59:11 PM »
ah skin tru de entire tv guide,nutten on fsc,espn,gol tv.man was plannin to stay home. :(

Yeah, we guh ha to rely on de web fuh dis one Capo
ah will check PPV.

If this game was Friday ah culda break biche and we make a lime, as it stands ah guh ha to tief ah look online from time to time
ah now now run tru the PPV channels on cable,nutten.
soon ah go b ah lean mean bulling machine.

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Re: Thread for the U-20 T&T vs Egypt Game (24-Sept-2009).
« Reply #23 on: September 21, 2009, 08:00:16 PM »
wuh you have out on de island,direct tv or cable
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« Reply #24 on: September 21, 2009, 08:01:04 PM »
wuh you have out on de island,direct tv or cable

Cable dread
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« Reply #25 on: September 21, 2009, 08:02:15 PM »
ah skin tru de entire tv guide,nutten on fsc,espn,gol tv.man was plannin to stay home. :(

Yeah, we guh ha to rely on de web fuh dis one Capo
ah will check PPV.

If this game was Friday ah culda break biche and we make a lime, as it stands ah guh ha to tief ah look online from time to time

well not all ah we could in one ah d country countries in d world, with d most public holidays Grin Grin Grin Cool .................now cvan we Roll Eyes
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