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My ratings vs Cuba
« on: July 13, 2015, 07:36:27 AM »
Everybody get a big fat f00cking 10.

Talk done.

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Re: My ratings vs Cuba
« Reply #1 on: July 13, 2015, 08:09:03 AM »
Come on Sam - You can do better than that. I was disappointed with the lack of intensity in the first twenty minutes . We allowed Cuba into the game. Peltier was very disappointing in the first have especially in his crossing of the ball and Corner kicks. Cato for Peltier is the natural switch and I was impressed with Abu Bakr despite men on this Forum saying that he is slow. Joevin Jones looks like the real deal and with Molino , when recovered up in the front with Skipper KJ we good to go for the world cup.
 Get the ball to the wingers and it is off to the races and we can compete with the best of CONCACAF .
 Haiti has the style to beat any one.

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« Reply #2 on: July 13, 2015, 08:21:04 AM »
Come on Sam - You can do better than that. I was disappointed with the lack of intensity in the first twenty minutes . We allowed Cuba into the game. Peltier was very disappointing in the first have especially in his crossing of the ball and Corner kicks. Cato for Peltier is the natural switch and I was impressed with Abu Bakr despite men on this Forum saying that he is slow. Joevin Jones looks like the real deal and with Molino , when recovered up in the front with Skipper KJ we good to go for the world cup.
 Get the ball to the wingers and it is off to the races and we can compete with the best of CONCACAF .
 Haiti has the style to beat any one.

I give everybody a 10 because they played they hearts out.

I to feel Peltier coulda do better because he could be a good player, but he was the reason Bateau score, he had a of game maybe, but he try he best. Ah glad he get a sweat, we need everybody fit and ready, but Cato is better.

Williams (M) was very good, I am impress with him and he there making Joevin play more comfortable going forward.

Boucaud was just spectacular, this man will be needed in de quarter finals.

George is we Makelele. De man real nice boy, he all over de place fighting toot and nails.

Kenwyne wok he ass of. He play and try, ah want him to score because we need him to build his confidence.

Joevin, have skills to kill, this player could be a VERY BIG player for we.

Bateau turning out to be a high scoring defender, if he keep it up he will be on de Gold Cup All Star team.

Cyrus is ah f00cking beast, plain and simple and de man llok like he use to real jock, because he could throw that ball real far.

Guerra was lil in and out, but when he ready, he show some nice skills, he need to stop trying to hard and just relax and play he game.

Abu Bakr was ah f00cking rock in de defence.

Hope Jan get better, but I feel Phillip will hadle we just as good, maybe better.

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Re: My ratings vs Cuba
« Reply #3 on: July 13, 2015, 08:54:26 AM »
Come on Sam - You can do better than that. I was disappointed with the lack of intensity in the first twenty minutes . We allowed Cuba into the game. Peltier was very disappointing in the first have especially in his crossing of the ball and Corner kicks. Cato for Peltier is the natural switch and I was impressed with Abu Bakr despite men on this Forum saying that he is slow. Joevin Jones looks like the real deal and with Molino , when recovered up in the front with Skipper KJ we good to go for the world cup.
 Get the ball to the wingers and it is off to the races and we can compete with the best of CONCACAF .
 Haiti has the style to beat any one.

I give everybody a 10 because they played they hearts out.

I to feel Peltier coulda do better because he could be a good player, but he was the reason Bateau score, he had a of game maybe, but he try he best. Ah glad he get a sweat, we need everybody fit and ready, but Cato is better.

Williams (M) was very good, I am impress with him and he there making Joevin play more comfortable going forward.

Boucaud was just spectacular, this man will be needed in de quarter finals.

George is we Makelele. De man real nice boy, he all over de place fighting toot and nails.

Kenwyne wok he ass of. He play and try, ah want him to score because we need him to build his confidence.

Joevin, have skills to kill, this player could be a VERY BIG player for we.

Bateau turning out to be a high scoring defender, if he keep it up he will be on de Gold Cup All Star team.

Cyrus is ah f00cking beast, plain and simple and de man llok like he use to real jock, because he could throw that ball real far.

Guerra was lil in and out, but when he ready, he show some nice skills, he need to stop trying to hard and just relax and play he game.

Abu Bakr was ah f00cking rock in de defence.

Hope Jan get better, but I feel Phillip will hadle we just as good, maybe better.



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Re: My ratings vs Cuba
« Reply #4 on: July 13, 2015, 09:51:30 AM »
 :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: Sam you is something else dread

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« Reply #5 on: July 13, 2015, 11:25:15 AM »
Ok Sam- A 10 for playing their hearts out. THANKS FOR THE ANALYSIS- The Old Sam.

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Re: My ratings vs Cuba
« Reply #6 on: July 13, 2015, 11:33:14 AM »
Sam boy, my player fuh de last two games is Kevan George. That youth is our best example of a defensive midfielder in the Makelele mold. Kept it simple but effective by breaking up play and pass one time. A lot ah people overlooking him and de job he doing cause it's selfless and not flashy. He get ah 20 outta 10 from me as it's his first start in an international competition and he showed no fear or nerves!!

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« Reply #7 on: July 13, 2015, 11:42:41 AM »
Best player so far for me is a tie between Kenwyne Jones and Joevin Jones

Bateau has also been excellent....on both sides of the ball.
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Re: My ratings vs Cuba
« Reply #8 on: July 13, 2015, 11:46:44 AM »
Best player so far for me is a tie between Kenwyne Jones and Joevin Jones

Bateau has also been excellent....on both sides of the ball.

It's Joevin, not even close.  I think 2 of our goals have come off a free kick that he set up. Then he scored a goal himself and his speed on the outside opens up the middle. He just needs to work on getting those crosses in. He's really been great this tourney & this season too in MLS

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« Reply #9 on: July 13, 2015, 12:19:41 PM »
Best player so far for me is a tie between Kenwyne Jones and Joevin Jones

Bateau has also been excellent....on both sides of the ball.

It's Joevin, not even close.  I think 2 of our goals have come off a free kick that he set up. Then he scored a goal himself and his speed on the outside opens up the middle. He just needs to work on getting those crosses in. He's really been great this tourney & this season too in MLS

I agree that Joevin has been outstanding...which is why it's a tie.  But people on here really overlook KJ.

I can guarantee you....the opposition doesn't.
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Re: My ratings vs Cuba
« Reply #10 on: July 13, 2015, 12:25:19 PM »
Best player so far for me is a tie between Kenwyne Jones and Joevin Jones

Bateau has also been excellent....on both sides of the ball.

It's Joevin, not even close.  I think 2 of our goals have come off a free kick that he set up. Then he scored a goal himself and his speed on the outside opens up the middle. He just needs to work on getting those crosses in. He's really been great this tourney & this season too in MLS

I agree that Joevin has been outstanding...which is why it's a tie.  But people on here really overlook KJ.

I can guarantee you....the opposition doesn't.

I feel you but it's hard to measure impact on performance if it's indirect. Back lines focusing on KJ to free up others does help & boy has been working his ass off more than usual. But you can't really show what was gained from it. With the goal and opportunities set up from JJ, you can.

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Re: My ratings vs Cuba
« Reply #11 on: July 13, 2015, 12:39:50 PM »
Best player so far for me is a tie between Kenwyne Jones and Joevin Jones

Bateau has also been excellent....on both sides of the ball.

It's Joevin, not even close.  I think 2 of our goals have come off a free kick that he set up. Then he scored a goal himself and his speed on the outside opens up the middle. He just needs to work on getting those crosses in. He's really been great this tourney & this season too in MLS

I agree that Joevin has been outstanding...which is why it's a tie.  But people on here really overlook KJ.

I can guarantee you....the opposition doesn't.

I feel you but it's hard to measure impact on performance if it's indirect. Back lines focusing on KJ to free up others does help & boy has been working his ass off more than usual. But you can't really show what was gained from it. With the goal and opportunities set up from JJ, you can.

In football, intangibles are equally as valuable as tangibles. One thing lives off the other. 
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Think of the 2022 conversation regarding reparations as the item tabled for future discussion when initially raised for negotiation during talks in 1834. A lot of intere$t has accrued.

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Re: My ratings vs Cuba
« Reply #12 on: July 13, 2015, 12:49:10 PM »
I feel you but it's hard to measure impact on performance if it's indirect. Back lines focusing on KJ to free up others does help & boy has been working his ass off more than usual. But you can't really show what was gained from it. With the goal and opportunities set up from JJ, you can.

Hard yes.  That's why strikers get most of the attention and most of the $$$

But that doesn't take away from a player like a Xavi who is your prototypical "intangibles" player.  Doesn't score many goals but where would Spain and Barca they have been without him during his prime?

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