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Sancho & Jeffrey quit NE Stars
« on: February 09, 2012, 05:07:44 PM »
I heard that Sancho & Jeffrey quit NE Stars.

And Dexter Skeene is playing hard ball with Michael Roopchandsingh, he is giving the kid a hard to register him with the league!

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« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2012, 05:17:37 PM »
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Re: Sancho & Jeffrey quit NE Stars
« Reply #2 on: February 09, 2012, 05:24:00 PM »
Are they going to challenge Watson and company?

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« Reply #3 on: February 09, 2012, 06:25:43 PM »
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Re: Sancho & Jeffrey quit NE Stars
« Reply #4 on: February 09, 2012, 06:26:05 PM »
I heard that Sancho & Jeffrey quit NE Stars.

And Dexter Skeene is playing hard ball with Michael Roopchandsingh, he is giving the kid a hard to register him with the league!

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OK Sancho and Jeffrey had dem career already, maybe dey was doing shit at NE Stars, dem was losing bad...BUT>>>>What de f**k wrong with Skeene giving young Roopie a hard time to get registered?

The youth is an amateur, he was trying to preserve his status in case he went back to school as he is still eligible...what wrong with Skeene boy?

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Skeene ah know you and yuh peeps does be reading here...give de youngster ah break nah...he have heart, he have passion, he have desire, all things we lacking badly in T&T...REGISTER de youth let him play ball man....steups

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Re: Sancho & Jeffrey quit NE Stars
« Reply #5 on: February 09, 2012, 06:26:34 PM »
To me the real story is why Skeene not letting the youth man register with de league???

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Re: Sancho & Jeffrey quit NE Stars
« Reply #6 on: February 09, 2012, 06:40:08 PM »
Skeene is a jack Warner junior.

He killing we league.

Roopie wanted to preserve his status to still have a chance to go to school and Skeene giving De youth a hard time.

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Re: Sancho & Jeffrey quit NE Stars
« Reply #7 on: February 09, 2012, 06:49:14 PM »
Let the man play Skeene..wha de arse??

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« Reply #8 on: February 09, 2012, 06:59:00 PM »
First, Sancho and Jeffrey did not quit North East Stars. But they are no longer with the club. I would expect some kind of statement soon.

The problem with Roopie is that it was revealed in an article that he played for two clubs in USA. The ProLeague saw this article (and placed it on their website) and quite rightfully informed North East that he would require transfer papers from the previous club. (This is a FIFA ruling, not a Pro League rule)

Roopie says that although he played some games, he had no contract and did not register. This needs to be examined because in most leagues clubs are fined for playing unregistered players.

This may seem very frustrating, but there is a process and its for perfectly good reasons and relates back to the Bosman Ruling concerning freedom of movement. There are also rules concerning the number of clubs you register for in one season. You may recall that Mascherano had a problem when he played for West Ham and went on loan to Liverpool. I can't remember all of the details, but I think he was supposed to sign for another club, but if he did this, he wouldn't be eligible to play. Maybe someone can refresh my memory?

Point is, there must be correct documentation and a clear paper trail when signing players. In this instance, don't blame Dexter Skeene or the Pro League. 

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« Reply #9 on: February 09, 2012, 07:01:23 PM »
ok I hope the Pro League is NOT taking the word of an amateur writer as proof positive that Roopie played for some clubs..a trial is not the same as registering and playing..not so?

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« Reply #10 on: February 09, 2012, 08:25:02 PM »
Some people are very quick to jump on Skeene without trying to reason why certain actions had to be taken regarding Roopie.

The US have rules/laws in Soccer that does make FIFA rules look like nothing and is all because they cover their butts,what happening here with Sancho and them could never happen in the US.

From the little i know Skeene knows what he is dealing with,in the US and i'm talking about as low as Rec Soccer if a player has to move from one team to the next is paperwork,if a player has to move from one club to the next is more paperwork,it's almost impossible for a player from one City to play for a team in another City etc etc to play in a tournament in another City or State you have to get permission to travel etc etc .

Once you played in or are affiliated to a league or association you are guided by rules and regulations,for a player/team to go on tour or play abroad they have to get the OK,it have nothing to do with weather you have a contract or anything.

Roopie have to produce something from the US clearing him of any affiliation to any club/league he may have been associated with,what makes it tough is that he moving from being an armature to the Pros because of this his status changes and that's where the countries will get involved USSF/TTFF.

I don't think is a matter of Skeene don't want Roopie to play,it's bigger than that.The other thing is did Roopie make NE Stars? 
« Last Edit: February 09, 2012, 08:27:09 PM by Coop's »

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« Reply #11 on: February 09, 2012, 09:13:27 PM »
First, Sancho and Jeffrey did not quit North East Stars. But they are no longer with the club. I would expect some kind of statement soon.

The problem with Roopie is that it was revealed in an article that he played for two clubs in USA. The ProLeague saw this article (and placed it on their website) and quite rightfully informed North East that he would require transfer papers from the previous club. (This is a FIFA ruling, not a Pro League rule)

Roopie says that although he played some games, he had no contract and did not register. This needs to be examined because in most leagues clubs are fined for playing unregistered players.

This may seem very frustrating, but there is a process and its for perfectly good reasons and relates back to the Bosman Ruling concerning freedom of movement. There are also rules concerning the number of clubs you register for in one season. You may recall that Mascherano had a problem when he played for West Ham and went on loan to Liverpool. I can't remember all of the details, but I think he was supposed to sign for another club, but if he did this, he wouldn't be eligible to play. Maybe someone can refresh my memory?

Point is, there must be correct documentation and a clear paper trail when signing players. In this instance, don't blame Dexter Skeene or the Pro League. 
       FS you got to be kidding me,you know everybody business,what they should and should not do and you want to tell us to expect some kind of statement soon,as the PRO for NE Stars you should have been the first to break the news somebody else had to do it,you hideing something or what?give us the scores nah man,we want some pics.

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« Reply #12 on: February 09, 2012, 09:20:50 PM »
Some people are very quick to jump on Skeene without trying to reason why certain actions had to be taken regarding Roopie.

The US have rules/laws in Soccer that does make FIFA rules look like nothing and is all because they cover their butts,what happening here with Sancho and them could never happen in the US.

From the little i know Skeene knows what he is dealing with,in the US and i'm talking about as low as Rec Soccer if a player has to move from one team to the next is paperwork,if a player has to move from one club to the next is more paperwork,it's almost impossible for a player from one City to play for a team in another City etc etc to play in a tournament in another City or State you have to get permission to travel etc etc .

Once you played in or are affiliated to a league or association you are guided by rules and regulations,for a player/team to go on tour or play abroad they have to get the OK,it have nothing to do with weather you have a contract or anything.

Roopie have to produce something from the US clearing him of any affiliation to any club/league he may have been associated with,what makes it tough is that he moving from being an armature to the Pros because of this his status changes and that's where the countries will get involved USSF/TTFF.

I don't think is a matter of Skeene don't want Roopie to play,it's bigger than that.The other thing is did Roopie make NE Stars? 

Roopie say he never play...what skeene relying on?

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« Reply #13 on: February 09, 2012, 09:43:38 PM »
Some people are very quick to jump on Skeene without trying to reason why certain actions had to be taken regarding Roopie.

The US have rules/laws in Soccer that does make FIFA rules look like nothing and is all because they cover their butts,what happening here with Sancho and them could never happen in the US.

From the little i know Skeene knows what he is dealing with,in the US and i'm talking about as low as Rec Soccer if a player has to move from one team to the next is paperwork,if a player has to move from one club to the next is more paperwork,it's almost impossible for a player from one City to play for a team in another City etc etc to play in a tournament in another City or State you have to get permission to travel etc etc .

Once you played in or are affiliated to a league or association you are guided by rules and regulations,for a player/team to go on tour or play abroad they have to get the OK,it have nothing to do with weather you have a contract or anything.

Roopie have to produce something from the US clearing him of any affiliation to any club/league he may have been associated with,what makes it tough is that he moving from being an armature to the Pros because of this his status changes and that's where the countries will get involved USSF/TTFF.

I don't think is a matter of Skeene don't want Roopie to play,it's bigger than that.The other thing is did Roopie make NE Stars? 

Coop's man talking Pro soccer and you quoting Youth soccer.

I know yuh hoping Sancho mess up eh. But this youth man smart, he go toe to toe with yuh big man Warner.
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« Reply #14 on: February 09, 2012, 09:44:47 PM »
First, Sancho and Jeffrey did not quit North East Stars. But they are no longer with the club. I would expect some kind of statement soon.

The problem with Roopie is that it was revealed in an article that he played for two clubs in USA. The ProLeague saw this article (and placed it on their website) and quite rightfully informed North East that he would require transfer papers from the previous club. (This is a FIFA ruling, not a Pro League rule)

Roopie says that although he played some games, he had no contract and did not register. This needs to be examined because in most leagues clubs are fined for playing unregistered players.

This may seem very frustrating, but there is a process and its for perfectly good reasons and relates back to the Bosman Ruling concerning freedom of movement. There are also rules concerning the number of clubs you register for in one season. You may recall that Mascherano had a problem when he played for West Ham and went on loan to Liverpool. I can't remember all of the details, but I think he was supposed to sign for another club, but if he did this, he wouldn't be eligible to play. Maybe someone can refresh my memory?

Point is, there must be correct documentation and a clear paper trail when signing players. In this instance, don't blame Dexter Skeene or the Pro League. 
       FS you got to be kidding me,you know everybody business,what they should and should not do and you want to tell us to expect some kind of statement soon,as the PRO for NE Stars you should have been the first to break the news somebody else had to do it,you hideing something or what?give us the scores nah man,we want some pics.

LOL Coop's yuh want him to do like Stern and Fuentes, lol. You rel good yes. The men moving professional and yuh giving man talks.
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« Reply #15 on: February 09, 2012, 10:41:34 PM »
y they given robbie a hard time

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« Reply #16 on: February 09, 2012, 11:01:01 PM »
Some people are very quick to jump on Skeene without trying to reason why certain actions had to be taken regarding Roopie.

The US have rules/laws in Soccer that does make FIFA rules look like nothing and is all because they cover their butts,what happening here with Sancho and them could never happen in the US.

From the little i know Skeene knows what he is dealing with,in the US and i'm talking about as low as Rec Soccer if a player has to move from one team to the next is paperwork,if a player has to move from one club to the next is more paperwork,it's almost impossible for a player from one City to play for a team in another City etc etc to play in a tournament in another City or State you have to get permission to travel etc etc .

Once you played in or are affiliated to a league or association you are guided by rules and regulations,for a player/team to go on tour or play abroad they have to get the OK,it have nothing to do with weather you have a contract or anything.

Roopie have to produce something from the US clearing him of any affiliation to any club/league he may have been associated with,what makes it tough is that he moving from being an armature to the Pros because of this his status changes and that's where the countries will get involved USSF/TTFF.

I don't think is a matter of Skeene don't want Roopie to play,it's bigger than that.The other thing is did Roopie make NE Stars? 

Coop's man talking Pro soccer and you quoting Youth soccer.

I know yuh hoping Sancho mess up eh. But this youth man smart, he go toe to toe with yuh big man Warner.
       Sorry, i thought Roopie was a Youth and played on Youth teams,i did not realize is adult leagues he was playing in,may be i misunderstood the footage he sent together with his request for a Tryout with the U23 team,i really thought he was an amateur.Let him try and play in the MLS and see what happens.

       Breds i know Sancho is a smart guy,right now he has enough furniture to open an office and run Football in the country,you eh see he quit NE Stars,this guy have ambition,don't forget is a dunce he go toe to toe with.
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« Reply #17 on: February 10, 2012, 05:26:17 AM »
This does not surprise me at all.

NE Stars want overnight success.

Jack Warner will rise again and the world will beg him him to return and he will say "NO".............

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« Reply #18 on: February 10, 2012, 12:29:11 PM »
Some people are very quick to jump on Skeene without trying to reason why certain actions had to be taken regarding Roopie.

The US have rules/laws in Soccer that does make FIFA rules look like nothing and is all because they cover their butts,what happening here with Sancho and them could never happen in the US.

From the little i know Skeene knows what he is dealing with,in the US and i'm talking about as low as Rec Soccer if a player has to move from one team to the next is paperwork,if a player has to move from one club to the next is more paperwork,it's almost impossible for a player from one City to play for a team in another City etc etc to play in a tournament in another City or State you have to get permission to travel etc etc .

Once you played in or are affiliated to a league or association you are guided by rules and regulations,for a player/team to go on tour or play abroad they have to get the OK,it have nothing to do with weather you have a contract or anything.

Roopie have to produce something from the US clearing him of any affiliation to any club/league he may have been associated with,what makes it tough is that he moving from being an armature to the Pros because of this his status changes and that's where the countries will get involved USSF/TTFF.

I don't think is a matter of Skeene don't want Roopie to play,it's bigger than that.The other thing is did Roopie make NE Stars? 

Coop's man talking Pro soccer and you quoting Youth soccer.

I know yuh hoping Sancho mess up eh. But this youth man smart, he go toe to toe with yuh big man Warner.
       Sorry, i thought Roopie was a Youth and played on Youth teams,i did not realize is adult leagues he was playing in,may be i misunderstood the footage he sent together with his request for a Tryout with the U23 team,i really thought he was an amateur.Let him try and play in the MLS and see what happens.

       Breds i know Sancho is a smart guy,right now he has enough furniture to open an office and run Football in the country,you eh see he quit NE Stars,this guy have ambition,don't forget is a dunce he go toe to toe with.

Ah dunce school teacher, Coop's. lol

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« Reply #19 on: February 10, 2012, 03:12:03 PM »
No statement yet?

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« Reply #20 on: February 10, 2012, 04:15:07 PM »
The professional league wants to be professional so they are doing things in a professional manner. You can't just sign anyone without first verifying their player status.

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« Reply #21 on: February 12, 2012, 04:21:17 PM »
Sancho breds,
Continue to make your chess moves carefully. Yuh movin' like a borse.
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« Reply #22 on: February 16, 2012, 07:19:03 AM »
First, Sancho and Jeffrey did not quit North East Stars. But they are no longer with the club. I would expect some kind of statement soon.

The problem with Roopie is that it was revealed in an article that he played for two clubs in USA. The ProLeague saw this article (and placed it on their website) and quite rightfully informed North East that he would require transfer papers from the previous club. (This is a FIFA ruling, not a Pro League rule)

Roopie says that although he played some games, he had no contract and did not register. This needs to be examined because in most leagues clubs are fined for playing unregistered players.

This may seem very frustrating, but there is a process and its for perfectly good reasons and relates back to the Bosman Ruling concerning freedom of movement. There are also rules concerning the number of clubs you register for in one season. You may recall that Mascherano had a problem when he played for West Ham and went on loan to Liverpool. I can't remember all of the details, but I think he was supposed to sign for another club, but if he did this, he wouldn't be eligible to play. Maybe someone can refresh my memory?

Point is, there must be correct documentation and a clear paper trail when signing players. In this instance, don't blame Dexter Skeene or the Pro League. 

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Maybe the press release came out already but why is Sancho and Jeffrey no longer with North East Stars  ???

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« Reply #23 on: February 16, 2012, 08:19:43 AM »
First, Sancho and Jeffrey did not quit North East Stars. But they are no longer with the club. I would expect some kind of statement soon.

The problem with Roopie is that it was revealed in an article that he played for two clubs in USA. The ProLeague saw this article (and placed it on their website) and quite rightfully informed North East that he would require transfer papers from the previous club. (This is a FIFA ruling, not a Pro League rule)

Roopie says that although he played some games, he had no contract and did not register. This needs to be examined because in most leagues clubs are fined for playing unregistered players.

This may seem very frustrating, but there is a process and its for perfectly good reasons and relates back to the Bosman Ruling concerning freedom of movement. There are also rules concerning the number of clubs you register for in one season. You may recall that Mascherano had a problem when he played for West Ham and went on loan to Liverpool. I can't remember all of the details, but I think he was supposed to sign for another club, but if he did this, he wouldn't be eligible to play. Maybe someone can refresh my memory?

Point is, there must be correct documentation and a clear paper trail when signing players. In this instance, don't blame Dexter Skeene or the Pro League. 

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Maybe the press release came out already but why is Sancho and Jeffrey no longer with North East Stars  ???

At this point, to the best of my knowledge, North East Stars President, Mr Mahabir, nor Mr Sancho or Mr Jefferey are inclined to make any public statements concerning this issue. All I can confirm is that Mr Sancho and Mr Jefferey did not resign from North East Stars F.C.

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« Reply #24 on: February 16, 2012, 12:59:22 PM »
First, Sancho and Jeffrey did not quit North East Stars. But they are no longer with the club. I would expect some kind of statement soon.

The problem with Roopie is that it was revealed in an article that he played for two clubs in USA. The ProLeague saw this article (and placed it on their website) and quite rightfully informed North East that he would require transfer papers from the previous club. (This is a FIFA ruling, not a Pro League rule)

Roopie says that although he played some games, he had no contract and did not register. This needs to be examined because in most leagues clubs are fined for playing unregistered players.

This may seem very frustrating, but there is a process and its for perfectly good reasons and relates back to the Bosman Ruling concerning freedom of movement. There are also rules concerning the number of clubs you register for in one season. You may recall that Mascherano had a problem when he played for West Ham and went on loan to Liverpool. I can't remember all of the details, but I think he was supposed to sign for another club, but if he did this, he wouldn't be eligible to play. Maybe someone can refresh my memory?

Point is, there must be correct documentation and a clear paper trail when signing players. In this instance, don't blame Dexter Skeene or the Pro League. 

Football Supporter

Maybe the press release came out already but why is Sancho and Jeffrey no longer with North East Stars  ???

At this point, to the best of my knowledge, North East Stars President, Mr Mahabir, nor Mr Sancho or Mr Jefferey are inclined to make any public statements concerning this issue. All I can confirm is that Mr Sancho and Mr Jefferey did not resign from North East Stars F.C.

they were terminated then ...ok
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« Reply #25 on: February 16, 2012, 02:25:50 PM »
First, Sancho and Jeffrey did not quit North East Stars. But they are no longer with the club. I would expect some kind of statement soon.

The problem with Roopie is that it was revealed in an article that he played for two clubs in USA. The ProLeague saw this article (and placed it on their website) and quite rightfully informed North East that he would require transfer papers from the previous club. (This is a FIFA ruling, not a Pro League rule)

Roopie says that although he played some games, he had no contract and did not register. This needs to be examined because in most leagues clubs are fined for playing unregistered players.

This may seem very frustrating, but there is a process and its for perfectly good reasons and relates back to the Bosman Ruling concerning freedom of movement. There are also rules concerning the number of clubs you register for in one season. You may recall that Mascherano had a problem when he played for West Ham and went on loan to Liverpool. I can't remember all of the details, but I think he was supposed to sign for another club, but if he did this, he wouldn't be eligible to play. Maybe someone can refresh my memory?

Point is, there must be correct documentation and a clear paper trail when signing players. In this instance, don't blame Dexter Skeene or the Pro League. 

Football Supporter

Maybe the press release came out already but why is Sancho and Jeffrey no longer with North East Stars  ???

At this point, to the best of my knowledge, North East Stars President, Mr Mahabir, nor Mr Sancho or Mr Jefferey are inclined to make any public statements concerning this issue. All I can confirm is that Mr Sancho and Mr Jefferey did not resign from North East Stars F.C.

they were terminated then ...ok

Nobody saying a word about what's going on with the club? We here like transparency and a statement should have been made already, just as the club did with Stern John.

If Sancho have goals of moving forward possibly into administration elsewhere in the future, personally for me it doesn't look good when we already coming from an administration (TTFF) that didn't think they need to be transparent. Because it will certainly make me wonder if something else come up, whether or not the public will be told anything  :-\

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« Reply #26 on: February 16, 2012, 04:34:34 PM »
I heard to they were fierd, up now havn't got a reason though 

Any guess why  ???

 

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