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Re: India may travel to Trinidad & Tobago
« Reply #60 on: June 26, 2011, 05:36:45 PM »
They knocked a few good ball/made some good runs, the SK game they lacked composure. Now this match up would be interesting...

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« Reply #61 on: June 26, 2011, 06:05:33 PM »
right now i go be happy in we play anbody...india..antarctica XI...anybody.

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« Reply #62 on: June 26, 2011, 08:17:20 PM »
right now i go be happy in we play anbody...india..antarctica XI...anybody.


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Re: India may travel to Trinidad & Tobago
« Reply #63 on: June 26, 2011, 08:57:41 PM »
STeupssss...we so friggin desperate man bawling this is good ting.

This is just another reminder and reinforcement that we ent going a damn place and that another WC berth is a simply a dream.

This TT football scene just like what does happen after yuh eat a bad cold curry that plenty hand and dirty spoon dip een.


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Re: India may travel to Trinidad & Tobago
« Reply #64 on: June 26, 2011, 09:03:35 PM »
STeupssss...we so friggin desperate man bawling this is good ting.

This is just another reminder and reinforcement that we ent going a damn place and that another WC berth is a simply a dream.

This TT football scene just like what does happen after yuh eat a bad cold curry that plenty hand and dirty spoon dip een.


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Re: India may travel to Trinidad & Tobago
« Reply #65 on: June 27, 2011, 06:51:26 AM »
right now i go be happy in we play anbody...india..antarctica XI...anybody.

Breds we had to resort to Belize.

We do play ANYBODY.

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Re: India may travel to Trinidad & Tobago
« Reply #66 on: June 27, 2011, 07:41:36 AM »
I dont see this match against India as any sort of "climb dong" from the higher echelons of our past,"yuh reap what yuh sow" and right now nobody seems interested.India was beaten 4 nil by an Australian team with all their top players,so what if we try to go one better and beat them 5-0,I can see us calling some of our MLS players which would be helpful.

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« Reply #67 on: June 27, 2011, 08:00:56 AM »
is not pfister that say we need quality opposition?

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Re: India may travel to Trinidad & Tobago
« Reply #68 on: June 27, 2011, 08:40:20 AM »
right now i go be happy in we play anbody...india..antarctica XI...anybody.

Breds we had to resort to Belize.

We do play ANYBODY.

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Re: India may travel to Trinidad & Tobago
« Reply #69 on: June 27, 2011, 09:19:44 AM »
Hey People, I doh know what all d fuss is about!

Our football is currently at rock bottom so we need to humble ourselves and patiently climb our way from rock bottom back to somewhere decent on the world football latter.

We can no longer move up the FIFA rankings by not playing any decent opponents and so avoid losing games. Jack is no longer a powerful member of the FIFA executive with the ability to influence the FIFA rankings computer as was the theory of some men here!!  ;)

We must start moving up by playing anybody who willing to play we!

If we regard the teams we get to play for now as nobody teams then we must distinguish ourselves by aiming to drop at least 3 goals on those nobody teams and to not concede any goals in the process.

Once we consistently beat these nobody teams handsomely then our rankings will rise and very soon the somebody teams of this world will start taking notice and calling for games, it’s that simple!

But for now beggars can't be choosers, anybody will do!!

So India or whoever willing to play we for now, please bring them on and give thanks, for after all the talk, football is played on the field and we cyah improve and become a world class team if we're not playing!!
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« Reply #70 on: June 27, 2011, 10:37:09 AM »
Hey People, I doh know what all d fuss is about!

Our football is currently at rock bottom so we need to humble ourselves and patiently climb our way from rock bottom back to somewhere decent on the world football latter.

We can no longer move up the FIFA rankings by not playing any decent opponents and so avoid losing games. Jack is no longer a powerful member of the FIFA executive with the ability to influence the FIFA rankings computer as was the theory of some men here!!  ;)

We must start moving up by playing anybody who willing to play we!

If we regard the teams we get to play for now as nobody teams then we must distinguish ourselves by aiming to drop at least 3 goals on those nobody teams and to not concede any goals in the process.

Once we consistently beat these nobody teams handsomely then our rankings will rise and very soon the somebody teams of this world will start taking notice and calling for games, it’s that simple!

But for now beggars can't be choosers, anybody will do!!

So India or whoever willing to play we for now, please bring them on and give thanks, for after all the talk, football is played on the field and we cyah improve and become a world class team if we're not playing!!

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« Reply #71 on: June 27, 2011, 11:26:57 AM »
Listen the TTFF need to bring down some big teams or at least have a few clubs play some preseason games down here to start back attracting interest.

Sad to say but don't let the TT side be the main attraction...let the opposition be the team that people coming to see.

You need a big drawing card.

The minimum the TTFF should go is a Jamaica....and in the scheme of things they are a shilling team, but at least they will pull a crowd.

I feel Pfister go ride out before he play he first friendly match.


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Re: India may travel to Trinidad & Tobago
« Reply #72 on: June 27, 2011, 11:28:09 AM »
Tell me what class opposition has bothered to come to TT in the last five years?

Peru - only becz we had qualified for the WC and England as a bribe to get a WC hosting from JW.

Should India come that's probably the best exhibition at home in the last three years. Shows you where we are that we have to be grateful for a game like this.

Our international program is a joke even when we had a FIFA VP funding us and pulling strings.

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« Reply #73 on: June 27, 2011, 11:29:41 AM »
Listen the TTFF need to bring down some big teams or at least have a few clubs play some preseason games down here to start back attracting interest.

Sad to say but don't let the TT side be the main attraction...let the opposition be the team that people coming to see.

You need a big drawing card.

The minimum the TTFF should go is a Jamaica....and in the scheme of things they are a shilling team, but at least they will pull a crowd.

I feel Pfister go ride out before he play he first friendly match.


Real people go come out tuh see India hoss...and if dey cut we arse (which is likely)...tork bout celebration.  Tassa fuh so.... Might be a nice jump up outside the stadium... Under rum and smallees, we and all woulda like we self back in the day lol....
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« Reply #74 on: June 27, 2011, 11:31:13 AM »
Tell me what class opposition has bothered to come to TT in the last five years?

Peru - only becz we had qualified for the WC and England as an bribe incentive to get a WC hosting from JW.

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« Reply #75 on: June 27, 2011, 11:33:37 AM »
They ent even come to watch India play cricket a few weeks ago yuh go want them come and watch football.

Don't say the team shitty and can only play a fellow shit side.

Say the team is rebuilding and needs to play a quality team to help in their development.

Again it does not need to be a national team...a good club team will suffice. 
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Re: India may travel to Trinidad & Tobago
« Reply #76 on: June 27, 2011, 11:34:19 AM »
Listen the TTFF need to bring down some big teams or at least have a few clubs play some preseason games down here to start back attracting interest.

Sad to say but don't let the TT side be the main attraction...let the opposition be the team that people coming to see.

You need a big drawing card.

The minimum the TTFF should go is a Jamaica....and in the scheme of things they are a shilling team, but at least they will pull a crowd.

I feel Pfister go ride out before he play he first friendly match.


Real people go come out tuh see India hoss...and if dey cut we arse (which is likely)...tork bout celebration.  Tassa fuh so....

Trinidad Indians + alcohol + India victory =  :duel:
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Re: India may travel to Trinidad & Tobago
« Reply #77 on: June 27, 2011, 11:35:25 AM »
They ent even come to watch India play cricket a few weeks ago yuh go want them come and watch football.



They was saving dey money for de football match  ;D
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« Reply #78 on: June 27, 2011, 02:33:38 PM »
Listen the TTFF need to bring down some big teams or at least have a few clubs play some preseason games down here to start back attracting interest.

Sad to say but don't let the TT side be the main attraction...let the opposition be the team that people coming to see.

You need a big drawing card.

The minimum the TTFF should go is a Jamaica....and in the scheme of things they are a shilling team, but at least they will pull a crowd.

I feel Pfister go ride out before he play he first friendly match.


Real people go come out tuh see India hoss...and if dey cut we arse (which is likely)...tork bout celebration.  Tassa fuh so.... Might be a nice jump up outside the stadium... Under rum and smallees, we and all woulda like we self back in the day lol....

let dem play dat match in guaracara park

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« Reply #79 on: June 27, 2011, 03:23:21 PM »
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« Reply #80 on: June 27, 2011, 03:31:23 PM »
They ent even come to watch India play cricket a few weeks ago yuh go want them come and watch football.

Don't say the team shitty and can only play a fellow shit side.

Say the team is rebuilding and needs to play a quality team to help in their development.

Again it does not need to be a national team...a good club team will suffice. 

Again it does not need to be a national team...a good club team will suffice.  


Bro, stop making sense nah. Most clubs now have all these international players and can beat most national teams. They train and stay together longer than all national teams. I would take a game from a club on pre-season than some national team who trying to keep up they FIFA rankings. Long ago all them club teams use to come home and play we. We guys used to get good practice. Chelsea, Nautico, St. Mirren, Hull city, Valencia(Ven), Santos, Villa, Arsenal, Cosmos, Flamengo. Maybe River Plate would be a good test for we. Them gone down. We down already. That will be a good match up.
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« Reply #81 on: June 27, 2011, 04:28:46 PM »
steups...
India coming to play and all some people talking about is Indian Trinidadians...

When Jamaica come and play, the match should be in Laventille?
grow up nuh!

At least we getting a match....go TnT and beat whoever they bring to play...
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« Reply #82 on: June 27, 2011, 08:16:06 PM »
Hey People, I doh know what all d fuss is about!

Our football is currently at rock bottom so we need to humble ourselves and patiently climb our way from rock bottom back to somewhere decent on the world football latter.

We can no longer move up the FIFA rankings by not playing any decent opponents and so avoid losing games. Jack is no longer a powerful member of the FIFA executive with the ability to influence the FIFA rankings computer as was the theory of some men here!!  ;)

We must start moving up by playing anybody who willing to play we!

If we regard the teams we get to play for now as nobody teams then we must distinguish ourselves by aiming to drop at least 3 goals on those nobody teams and to not concede any goals in the process.

Once we consistently beat these nobody teams handsomely then our rankings will rise and very soon the somebody teams of this world will start taking notice and calling for games, it’s that simple!

But for now beggars can't be choosers, anybody will do!!

So India or whoever willing to play we for now, please bring them on and give thanks, for after all the talk, football is played on the field and we cyah improve and become a world class team if we're not playing!!

Men jess bumpin dey gum stating de obivious..ohh gord, yea we we get mash up, yea we at a all time low...so if all ah wee kno this, why we still on this fight down ting, oh we soo shittty blah blah we, ent we know this...we innah rebuilding pahse, instead ah men jess support de side, they on ah fight down thing...men rel jokey yesss
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« Reply #83 on: June 27, 2011, 08:19:50 PM »
oh and another thing, fuss some ppl like to run they mouth and be on this fight down thing, ah suprised nobody eh say we mightb getn india cuz UNC in power...LOL
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« Reply #84 on: June 27, 2011, 09:07:55 PM »
i bet india go beat we!
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« Reply #85 on: June 28, 2011, 02:14:22 AM »
NO FU*&ING MATCH AND ALL THIS TALK  :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:


T&TFF denies India September matches.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


T&T Football Federation (T&TFF) press officer, Shaun Fuentes has denied claims that this country’s senior footballers will meet India later this year in a three-match series.

On Friday, it was reported in the India Telegraph newspaper, the senior Indian football team could travel to T&T in September for a three-match series, according to All India Football Federation (AIFF) sources.

While the tour of T&T would come after the World Cup qualifiers against United Arab Emirates (UAE), two more matches have been arranged as preparations before the UAE tie.

But reached for comment yesterday, Fuentes said no member of the T&TFF had made any contact with the AIFF with regards to arranging any friendly matches later this year.

Fuentes added, “As far as the Soca Warriors technical department knows, no matches have been planned with India and no contact has been made between both federations.”

Meanwhile, new Soca Warriors coach, German-born Otto Pfister is likely to see his new team in action for the first time on August 10 against an un-named Concacaf opponent.

Pfister’s team had been in talks over a friendly match against European opposition Armenia but that has not materialised and the local federation is now awaiting feed back from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, all of whom participated in the recently concluded Concacaf Gold Cup in the USA.

An approach was also made to Canada but the one time Gold Cup champion through head coach Stephen Hart have since said they are unavailable while Jamaica is a possible opponent but outside of the FIFA international window.

“We have some oppositions from Concacaf that we have approached and we are currently awaiting feedback from them regarding the next FIFA date on August 10,” technical adviser Keith Look Loy said.

Pfister has also met with some of T&T’s European-based players over the past couple weeks including Stoke City striker Kenwyne Jones.

So far European-based players Khaleem Hyland, Lester Peltier, Darryl Roberts, Carlos Edwards, Collin Samuel and Jason Scotland have been part of the training sessions at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva.

Striker Stern John has also been part of Pfister’s sessions as he continues to work on his fitness and is currently in talks leading towards a new deal ahead of the coming season.

However, the English-based trio of Andre Boucaud, Jake Thomson and Jlloyd Samuel were excused from the sessions this month, due to personal reasons. Samuel, who was on a short-team loan deal at Championship Division club, Cardiff City is likely to complete a new transfer after being released by Premiership club, Bolton Wanderers.

Through an English-based agent, talks have also been held with defender Justin Hoyte and goalkeeper Anthony Warner, the latter having already played for T&T.

The 26-year-old Hoyte, who began his career at Arsenal, is currently attached to Championship Division club Middlesbrough since 2008 where he has made 68 appearances.

He was capped 18 times for the England Under-21 level and played all four matches at the 2007 UEFA U-21 Championship, including the epic semi-final shootout against host Netherlands, missing his first but scoring his second penalty as England lost 13–12. His younger brother Gavin Hoyte plays for Arsenal in the reserve team and turned down T&T a few years ago at the U-17 level.
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« Reply #86 on: June 28, 2011, 08:33:59 AM »
Firstly why do these reporters always have to emphasize Pfister's place of birth....??? You have to be living under a rock not to know where he from....

So I guess is another CFU game.

Help me out her folks, I vaguely remember when I was a kid my dad use to take us to games, like English and Scottish league teams, South American teams etc...? Are these still viable options for our National Team? How about a game with Ipswich FC? Iceland or some of the lesser European countries. What about we Commonwealth Bros and Sisses... NZ, Australia etc...?

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Re: India may travel to Trinidad & Tobago
« Reply #87 on: June 28, 2011, 10:14:25 AM »
Firstly why do these reporters always have to emphasize Pfister's place of birth....??? You have to be living under a rock not to know where he from....

So I guess is another CFU game.

Help me out her folks, I vaguely remember when I was a kid my dad use to take us to games, like English and Scottish league teams, South American teams etc...? Are these still viable options for our National Team? How about a game with Ipswich FC? Iceland or some of the lesser European countries. What about we Commonwealth Bros and Sisses... NZ, Australia etc...?

The quicker that Oliver resigns and we get somebody in charge who knows what they are doing and how to get things done is the quicker we will start getting decent regular games for our team.

Until then we only bumping we gums and hoping for the TTFF to get organised and to do things totally out of character!
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« Reply #88 on: June 28, 2011, 11:44:52 AM »
NO FU*&ING MATCH AND ALL THIS TALK  :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

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« Reply #89 on: June 28, 2011, 11:59:28 AM »
Jack already arrange the match for kickback a few months ago

He just forget to text camps and them, expect that the match will happen once he gets caught up with emails and such....

 

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