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Who will win the league

W Connection
3 (15%)
Police FC
0 (0%)
San Juan Jabloteh
1 (5%)
North East Stars
9 (45%)
St Anns Rangers
0 (0%)
T&TEC FC
4 (20%)
Defence Force
1 (5%)
Caledonia AIA
2 (10%)

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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #60 on: December 06, 2011, 08:39:56 PM »
06:12:11, 8:00pm, T&TEC v Caledonia AIA, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium
06:12:11, 6:00pm, St Ann’s Rangers v North East Stars, Hasely Crawford Stadium

Scores anyone ?

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T&TEC win 2-0
Stars win 1-0

Goalscorers for T&TEC - Kerlon Ferguson 57', Andrei Pacheco 75'
Ryan Stewart scored for Stars in de 6th minute
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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #61 on: December 06, 2011, 08:46:27 PM »
06:12:11, 8:00pm, T&TEC v Caledonia AIA, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium
06:12:11, 6:00pm, St Ann’s Rangers v North East Stars, Hasely Crawford Stadium

Scores anyone ?

Come on T&TEC !!!!!!

T&TEC win 2-0
Stars win 1-0

Goalscorers for T&TEC - Kerlon Ferguson 57', Andrei Pacheco 75'
Ryan Stewart scored for Stars in de 6th minute

Ryan Stewart just transfered from Cali and scored in his first game. Hope that's a sign of more to come. Well done Stars!!!
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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #62 on: December 20, 2011, 01:15:30 PM »
i need this on the first page...........
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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #63 on: December 20, 2011, 01:20:05 PM »
Tuesday 20th:

Caledonia vs NES      6pm Ato Boldon
Jabloteh vs  St Anns  8pm Ato Boldon

D.Force  vs  W.Conn  6pm Larry Gomes

T&TEC    vs Police     6pm  Mannie Ramjohn   

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1  T&TEC    6     4    2   0     14

2  W.Conn  7      4   0    3     12

3  JAB        7     3    3    1     12

4  Cale       7     3    0    4     9

5  NES       7     2    2    3     8

6  St A      7      1    2    4    5

7  POL       2     0     1    1    1

8  DF        1      0     0    1    0

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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #64 on: December 20, 2011, 06:53:41 PM »
connection beat DF 1-0. 90th min goal. dont know the scorers name. the whole DF team lacks a proper first tough. connection look avarage at best.
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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #65 on: December 20, 2011, 08:08:11 PM »
connection beat DF 1-0. 90th min goal. dont know the scorers name. the whole DF team lacks a proper first tough. connection look avarage at best.

Thanx, but do you know the other results by chance ?
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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #66 on: December 20, 2011, 09:03:45 PM »
Pro League Results for Tuesday 20th December 2011

Caledonia  1         vs   North East Stars 0
(Jamal Gay 47') 

Jabloteh   1         vs     Rangers  2
(Wills Plaza 2')             (Cameron Roget 29', Devon Modeste 51')

W Connection   1    vs   Defence Force 0
(Keron Cummings 90+3')

T&TEC    1           vs     Police   4
(Javed Mohammed 30')    (Errol Charles 8', 76', Todd Ryan 79', Kelon Williams 90')

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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #67 on: December 20, 2011, 09:15:17 PM »
Pro League Results for Tuesday 20th December 2011

Caledonia  1         vs   North East Stars 0
(Jamal Gay 47') 

Jabloteh   1         vs     Rangers  2
(Wills Plaza 2')             (Cameron Roget 29', Devon Modeste 51')

W Connection   1    vs   Defence Force 0
(Keron Cummings 90+3')

T&TEC    1           vs     Police   4
(Javed Mohammed 30')    (Errol Charles 8', 76', Todd Ryan 79', Kelon Williams 90')


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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #68 on: December 20, 2011, 09:43:17 PM »
Question for the football law experts here:

Is it compulsory to have a 4th official? 

Oh, by the way....North East were very poor vs Caledonia. Looked like a completely different team to the 10 men who drew with T&TEC 3 days ago! Cally had a player sent off around 55 mins, but Stars still couldn't take advantage  :pissedoff:

Left before half time in the Jab vs St Anns match. Jabloteh looked really good. Couldn't believe they lost!

No food or drinks on sale until 2nd half of NES/Cally. No entertainment provided either!
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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #69 on: December 21, 2011, 07:20:33 AM »
Question for the football law experts here:

Is it compulsory to have a 4th official? 

Oh, by the way....North East were very poor vs Caledonia. Looked like a completely different team to the 10 men who drew with T&TEC 3 days ago! Cally had a player sent off around 55 mins, but Stars still couldn't take advantage  :pissedoff:

Left before half time in the Jab vs St Anns match. Jabloteh looked really good. Couldn't believe they lost!

No food or drinks on sale until 2nd half of NES/Cally. No entertainment provided either!

I was there also, I just can't believe the Pro League admin operate so good in some areas and then very poor in some.

I am also very disappointed in North East Stars, they are not a bad team and I know Sancho and company are trying very hard, they play so inconsistent, but I predict they will improve.

Cant believe Police won a game, I think there first in 2 years.  :rotfl:

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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #70 on: December 21, 2011, 08:06:58 AM »
Question for the football law experts here:

Is it compulsory to have a 4th official? 

Oh, by the way....North East were very poor vs Caledonia. Looked like a completely different team to the 10 men who drew with T&TEC 3 days ago! Cally had a player sent off around 55 mins, but Stars still couldn't take advantage  :pissedoff:

Left before half time in the Jab vs St Anns match. Jabloteh looked really good. Couldn't believe they lost!

No food or drinks on sale until 2nd half of NES/Cally. No entertainment provided either!

I was there also, I just can't believe the Pro League admin operate so good in some areas and then very poor in some.

I am also very disappointed in North East Stars, they are not a bad team and I know Sancho and company are trying very hard, they play so inconsistent, but I predict they will improve.

Cant believe Police won a game, I think there first in 2 years.  :rotfl:

Real strange about T&TEC....they played well against North East on saturday! Yeah, NES need to find the missing piece to their puzzle...somethings just not clicking.

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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #71 on: December 22, 2011, 05:56:47 AM »
Question for the football law experts here:

Is it compulsory to have a 4th official? 

Oh, by the way....North East were very poor vs Caledonia. Looked like a completely different team to the 10 men who drew with T&TEC 3 days ago! Cally had a player sent off around 55 mins, but Stars still couldn't take advantage  :pissedoff:

Left before half time in the Jab vs St Anns match. Jabloteh looked really good. Couldn't believe they lost!

No food or drinks on sale until 2nd half of NES/Cally. No entertainment provided either!

Your fete side needs entertainment to win ?  :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

The funny thing is, if no food is being sell at the games and your boss owns a fried chicken business why not jump on the opportunity and have Japs mobile at games ? do I have to think for you guys too or is Sancho just liming in every Xmas party he could find, Carnival is next, more parties to crash.

My prediction was on spot again, Caledonia win, now they are heading to Guyana for a mini tournament while North East will be pranging.

This is why Joe Public was a top team, we took care of business and will be back soon. I observed NES carefully while JP was the still in the league.

NES missing piece to their puzzle is to much hands in the soup and the players are not 100% committed because they are not on the same page. NES should hire Terry Fenwick and let him to his job, not intervene like they normally do, Sancho and Mahabir is to much involved in everything.

Even the fans from NES is fading, not like they use to have.
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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #72 on: December 22, 2011, 07:13:14 AM »
Question for the football law experts here:

Is it compulsory to have a 4th official? 

Oh, by the way....North East were very poor vs Caledonia. Looked like a completely different team to the 10 men who drew with T&TEC 3 days ago! Cally had a player sent off around 55 mins, but Stars still couldn't take advantage  :pissedoff:

Left before half time in the Jab vs St Anns match. Jabloteh looked really good. Couldn't believe they lost!

No food or drinks on sale until 2nd half of NES/Cally. No entertainment provided either!

Your fete side needs entertainment to win ?  :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

The funny thing is, if no food is being sell at the games and your boss owns a fried chicken business why not jump on the opportunity and have Japs mobile at games ? do I have to think for you guys too or is Sancho just liming in every Xmas party he could find, Carnival is next, more parties to crash.

My prediction was on spot again, Caledonia win, now they are heading to Guyana for a mini tournament while North East will be pranging.

This is why Joe Public was a top team, we took care of business and will be back soon. I observed NES carefully while JP was the still in the league.

NES missing piece to their puzzle is to much hands in the soup and the players are not 100% committed because they are not on the same page. NES should hire Terry Fenwick and let him to his job, not intervene like they normally do, Sancho and Mahabir is to much involved in everything.

Even the fans from NES is fading, not like they use to have.

Some good points (unusually for you, but of course, written without thinking, which is usual).

This was Caledonia's home game and they and Jabloteh arrange concessions and entertainment. Japs was not invited! Even if they were, with no promotion and 4 teams from the East playing in South, poor attendance was expected. Your comment about entertainment, while being facetious, does have a serious point. Even JP provided entertainment at games, as well as a bar and consessions. Although, strangely, JP always run the bar at Marvin Lee, even when they are not involved in matches. I think I may look into that to make sure JP have a written agreement with the stadium and pay a hiring fee.

Yes, Mr Shabazz has arranged for free flights, accomodation and stipends for his players to attend the tournament in Guyana. I'm sure if other teams received such benefits, they too would attend. However, they have requested 3 NES players to attend, so they can't be that jokey. Not sure how many JP players have been invited? Oh, I forgot, JP don't play in a real league, so I guess they won't be invited.

You're right about Sancho & Mahabir...the last thing we want is people behaving like the Warners. Fenwick would be great, but he has his own plans, none of which include JP.

In all fairness, JP are a good team and its a shame that young Mr Warner tried to mash up the ProLeague by withdrawing them. Their biggest problem is their owners using them for personal reasons and people like you (yes, I know who you are) giving the team a bad reputation.
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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #73 on: January 02, 2012, 09:01:35 AM »

Friday 6th January

 
Hasely Crawford Stadium

6pm St Anns Rangers vs T&TEC

8pm San Juan Jabloteh vs W.Connection


Saturday 7th January

Ato Boldon Stadium

5pm Police FC vs Caledonia AIA

Larry Gomes Stadium

5pm North East Stars vs Defence Force

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« Reply #74 on: January 06, 2012, 06:55:10 PM »
6th January  Larry Gomes Stadium

T&TEC 1 - 1 St Anns Rangers

T&TEC controlled first half having multiple goal opportunities, but spilling them all. St Anns struggled to clear the ball from defence, often just getting the ball as far as the T&TEC midfielders to start another attack. T&TEC seemed to be playing 4 2 4 with the inclusion of Kerry Baptiste up front. St Anns 4 4 2 formation seemed to have a disappearing 4 in midfield. Their passing was poor and they relied heavily on a route one counter attacking plan, with no use of wide players. Maybe some of this was due to Nesbitte being missing.

Once St Anns attacked, T&TEC defence looked a little shaky, as they have all season, despite only conceding 7 goals in 7 matches, 4 of those against Jabloteh. The best chance of the first half fell to St Anns, but the left footed shot went well wide of Marvin Phillips post. It was a warning to T&TEC who had many missed chances and the lack of clinical finishing would prove costly. Pacheco looked good going forward, but his end product was poor. Similarly, both T&TEC and St Anns corners were poor, seldom beating the first man and Modestes effort going straight behind the goal.

In the second half it was much of the same initially. Kerry Baptiste found room at the back post but could not deliver, then seconds later hit a 20 yard rocket against the bar.

There seemed to be acres of space in St Anns right back position and eventually T&TECs breakthrough came from there with a ball threaded through traffic to Baptiste who finished well after a great first touch to control a wet spinning ball.

This should have been the catalyst that saw T&TEC score a hatfull, but instead St anns went to a 4 2 4 formation with the introduction of Hector Sam who made an immediate impression. T&TEC were now boxed in and under pressure with St Anns suddenly finding forward momentum.

There was confusion when the referees assistant flagged for an incident in the box. The ref didn't see it, but awarded a direct free kick from the edge of the 18 yard box. Really not sure what that was about, but there were yellow cards shown, I think to both teams for arguing.

As the pressure built, it looked like time had run out for Rangers as the 4th official signalled 4 minutes of added time. Then, after another spell of pressure, a St Anns player went down in the box, the ref didn't blow, then a second Rangers player hit the turf. The ref blew for a penalty, for what I believe was the first challenge which provided no subsequent advantage.

Devon Modeste netted his 5th goal of the season from the spot and was promptly booked for taking off his shirt in celebration. At the final whistle, a red card was shown to a T&TEC player, probably for foul language or arguing with the ref.

Not a bad game. Result lifts St Anns 1 point above North East who play tomorrow. T&TEC may go top on goal difference, but W.Connection could change that if they win.


Jabloteh 2 - 0 W.Connection

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                    P   W  D  L      PTS
 T&TEC          8    4  3  1       15
 Jabloteh        9   4  3  2        15
 W.Conn         9   5  0  4        15
 Caledonia      8    4  0  4       12
 St Anns        9    2  3  4        9
 NES             8    2  2  4        8
 Police           3    1  1  1        4
 DF               2    0  0  2        0

Saturday 7th  January

NES vs DF  5pm Larry Gomes

Police vs Caledonia 5pm Ato Boldon
 
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Re: January Pro League Action
« Reply #75 on: January 06, 2012, 08:19:51 PM »
thanks for the report

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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #76 on: January 07, 2012, 05:10:50 AM »
FS, any updates from yesterday's games ?
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Re: January Pro League Action
« Reply #77 on: January 07, 2012, 05:40:36 AM »
Nice report !!!!

Thanx...
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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #78 on: January 07, 2012, 08:49:58 AM »
FS, any updates from yesterday's games ?

Larry Gomes Stadium

6pm St Anns Rangers 1 vs 1 T&TEC
       Modeste (pen)           Baptiste

8pm San Juan Jabloteh 2 vs  0 W.Connection
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« Reply #79 on: January 07, 2012, 08:30:20 PM »
A lack lustre North East Stars had a lucky escape versus Defence Force at Larry Gomes Stadium when the lights went out and the game was abandoned.

Some very heavy tackles early on by the Army team should have been punished with yellow cards, one resulting in U23 national striker, Kaydion Gabriel having to be replaced.

North East surprisingly took the lead against the run of play when Anton Wolfe converted a penalty. However, it appeared the referee was overruled by his assistant when he awarded a free kick on the edge of the North East box, only for the referee's assistant to point to the spot. After a long protest by both teams, a penalty was awarded and converted by Defence Force.

It was 1 - 1 at half time, with the army team looking much stronger. In the second half, Defence Force scored early and then made it 3 -1 despite good defensive work by Seon Powers and Charles Pollard.

It looked like Defence Force would enjoy their momentum, when suddenly, the floodlights went out after around 65 mins. After some confusion, it appeared that a main circuit board had blown and the game was abandoned.

So it would appear that all of Defence Force's effort was in vain, as the match must be replayed.

It now raises concerns over Larry Gomes Stadium as there is due to be a Pro League match there on Tuesday, 2 Reserve Team fixtures on Wednesday, a Pro League double header on Friday and another Pro League match on Saturday.

With Hasely Crawford Stadium out of action and Marvin Lee Stadium out of favour, it will be interesting to see  how the Pro League will deal with this

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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #80 on: January 09, 2012, 09:09:14 AM »
Saturday 7th January

Police 1 - 3  Caledonia


Caledonia now go joint top with T&TEC, Jabloteh and W.Connection all on 15 points.

Tuesday 10th at 6pm.

Caledonia play Defence Force at Larry Gomes

Police F.C. play Jabloteh at Ato Boldon at 6pm


Friday 13th January

Larry Gomes Stadium

Defence Force vs Police 6pm

Caledonia vs St Anns Rangers 8pm

Saturday 14th January

Larry Gomes Stadium
NES vs W.Connection 5pm

Ato Boldon Stadium

T&TEC vs Jabloteh  5pm

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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #81 on: January 10, 2012, 02:05:26 PM »
heading to the gomes in a few. looking foward to this one
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« Reply #82 on: January 10, 2012, 04:53:04 PM »
Larry Gomes Stadium

Caledonia 1 - 2 Defence Force

Defence Force started brightly, possibly encouraged by their performance in the abandoned match vs North East Stars on Saturday. Caledonia, coming off the back of 4 straight wins, including a 3-2 victory over Defence Force, looked slow out of the blocks, spending most of the first half on the defensive. Surprisingly considering they were fielding top goalscorer, Devon Modeste as well as goal scorer extraordinaire, Devon Jorsling, Cale looked impotent going forward.

The Army team missed several good chances with Baltazhur looking particularly hungry for goals from midfield, having several good chances. However, it fell to Richard Roy to open the scoring with a lucky goal bundled over the line from 2 yards....although I'm sure he would justify his Mueller-esque goal by saying that a good striker makes his own luck.

Caledonia only really had 2 efforts in the first 45 minutes, rarely being able to force their way into the Army's half of the field and they appeared to be very lacklustre, with little movement off the ball. Defence Force looked good for their half time advantage, seemingly challenging for every ball.

As the teams came out for the second half, it looked like we would get more of the same, with the Army team out early and raring to go, while Caledonia drifted out onto the field, not looking at all like a team who could top the table if they won (if only for 2 hours, with Jabloteh playing at 6pm). But Coach Shabazz must of inspired them, for when the whistle blew, we saw an entirely different game from the first half. Playing with a 4-2-4 system, Caledonia pinned the Army down like a lepidopterist with a butterfly. Defence Force found themselves defending against wave after wave of corners, free kicks and shots.

However, Caledonia, despite being a free scoring team, with 13 goals in 9 matches, had conceded 12 and despite all of their pressure, the games second goal went to Defence Force, when goalkeeper Kevin Graham  failed to deal with a rare second half Army cross and the ball was deflected into the net.

Despite the 2 goal deficit, Caledonia gamely pressed on, winning a penalty, which Kareem Joseph slotted cleanly past Kevin Graham (Yes, both keepers had the same name!)

The penalty signalled a frantic last 15 minutes, which saw the Army team once again pinned into their own half. But some solid defending saw them maintain their lead to give them their first victory of this campaign. Such was the frustration of Caledonia that on the final whistle, one of their players hoofed the ball from the half way line behind the far goal, which promptly earned him a red card, to round off an unsatisfactory day for the Morvant team.
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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #83 on: January 10, 2012, 05:26:07 PM »
Excellent job  Football supporter !!!!

Thank you...

Did you get the Police vs Jab game results as well.... ?
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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #84 on: January 10, 2012, 05:43:56 PM »
 :cursing: how supporter forgetting to mention the fact that the game start 4pm instead ah 6pm. flex allyuh owe meh gas money........... :cursing:
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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #85 on: January 10, 2012, 05:53:36 PM »
:cursing: how supporter forgetting to mention the fact that the game start 4pm instead ah 6pm. flex allyuh owe meh gas money........... :cursing:

Sorry dude! Only found out myself yesterday! Hope you got to see second half....that way you can pretend your boys drew 1-1  :rotfl:

Hopefully, we can encourage someone from the ProLeague to post info here soon??

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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #86 on: January 10, 2012, 07:47:05 PM »
Today's Pro League Results

Police 1   San Juan Jabloteh   3   
Vernell Ramirez (16)
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Devon Jamerson (31), Willis Plaza (34), Sheldon Bateau (41)

Caledonia AIA  1   Defence Force   2   
Kareem Joseph (68)
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Richard Roy (24), Keston Williams (61)

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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #87 on: January 11, 2012, 04:26:18 AM »
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how supporter forgetting to mention the fact that the game start 4pm instead ah 6pm. flex allyuh owe meh gas money........... 

Morvant I hear you, that is one problem I mentioned in my other post about the league or who ever responsible for changing things and not notifying the fans on time.

I will send a NP gift card for you to cover the gas......  ;)

soccerrama, thanx for posting the results.
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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #88 on: January 13, 2012, 01:49:38 PM »
what time game starting in de gomes today???
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Re: 2011/12 Pro League Fixtures.
« Reply #89 on: January 13, 2012, 10:11:47 PM »
what time game starting in de gomes today???

Sorry, mate, have been in meetings all day, then at LGS. You should go to ttproleague.com to get most information (its usually up to date)

Police drew 1-1 with Defence Force. Army has a gazillion chances and Police just relied on counter attacks. But they scored first. DF kept piling on the pressure. Now, there was some officials who didn't turn up so there was a stand in assistant referree and no 4th official. Consequently, at full time, no one had a clue how much added time there was. But there didn't appear to be any long injuries, so it was surprising that the game continued, passing 95 minutes. In the 96th minute, Ross Russell jnr (a second half substitute) scored a fantastic overhead kick to equalise.

Although DF had the best of the game, their finishing was remarkably poor, and I sympathised with Kelvin Jones team who defended stoutly.

Second game, St Anns vs Caledonia saw Cale again fail to have a good first half. St Anns looked very good going forward with lightning attacks down both wings. Some exciting football, mainly from St Anns. Unfortunately, I left at half time with the score 0-0.

This is a very important time for the clubs as the top two teams on 31st Jan will go straight to the CONCACAF Champions League group stages. All teams (except DF and Police, who apparently can't qualify) have to have played 13 matches. I've heard that Coach Russell is determined to get into the top two places and challenge the League to be allowed to compete. The reason, alledgedly, that DF & Police are not able to compete is because there is no way they can have played 13 games by 31st Jan. 

Saturday 14th Jan
Larry Gomes 5pm
North East Stars vs W.Connection

I think T&TEC are playing Jabloteh at 5pm at Ato Boldon.