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Re: Thread for T&T vs Guyana Game (26-June-2019)
« Reply #60 on: June 26, 2019, 07:01:30 PM »
Lawrence has a terrible record, and I really wanted him to do well having been mentored by Martinez for so long, but alas we don't have Belgium quality players

People acting like dennis is a big coach because he was on Martinez's staff. He was just a scout.  Not an assistant coach.  Dennis is a waste of time.
Nah, he was a development coach. Basically coaching under-23s or youths or something so.

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Re: Thread for T&T vs Guyana Game (26-June-2019)
« Reply #61 on: June 26, 2019, 07:23:49 PM »
Lawrence has a terrible record, and I really wanted him to do well having been mentored by Martinez for so long, but alas we don't have Belgium quality players

People acting like dennis is a big coach because he was on Martinez's staff. He was just a scout.  Not an assistant coach.  Dennis is a waste of time.
Nah, he was a development coach. Basically coaching under-23s or youths or something so.

Cool scene, didn't realize he had that role with Martinez's club teams.  I think he was a scout for Belgium though.

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Re: Thread for T&T vs Guyana Game (26-June-2019)
« Reply #62 on: June 26, 2019, 07:26:52 PM »
Lawrence has a terrible record, and I really wanted him to do well having been mentored by Martinez for so long, but alas we don't have Belgium quality players

People acting like dennis is a big coach because he was on Martinez's staff. He was just a scout.  Not an assistant coach.  Dennis is a waste of time.
Nah, he was a development coach. Basically coaching under-23s or youths or something so.

Cool scene, didn't realize he had that role with Martinez's club teams.  I think he was a scout for Belgium though.
Now, I doh know if he was their main coach or a sidekick. But I know at Everton that was his title.

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Re: Thread for T&T vs Guyana Game (26-June-2019)
« Reply #63 on: June 26, 2019, 07:36:29 PM »
Dennis lost my support tonight when he didn’t cap that goalie and to add insult to injury he continued with cyrus and David when we have other options like gonzales who he has rotting on the bench. never mind hackshaw who is a very hard working creative midfielder yet he insist on kevan george and Leston Paul guys who have very little creativity ability and can’t split open a defense, in a nut shell they are one in the same.....hatchet men

I hope dennis does the right thing and walk away, he’s way too stubborn for my liking.

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Re: Thread for T&T vs Guyana Game (26-June-2019)
« Reply #64 on: June 26, 2019, 07:37:50 PM »
How is Joevin Jones injured if he came off the bench in all three games? Maybe he is not fit but definitely not injured
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thats what andre baptiste said.

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Re: Thread for T&T vs Guyana Game (26-June-2019)
« Reply #65 on: June 26, 2019, 07:42:52 PM »
Fellas, I think there's something going on with this team. They look like they aint playing for the coach/TTFA/DJW. I feel we go hear all kind ah bacchanal, now that it's over.

Right now, our next game is against Martinique in the nations league. I hope the prez and his minions are gone by then.

Tallest is remembered for he Bahrain goal. It's sad that these recent results are overshadowing that.
bing bing bing bing bing bing bing.....just what I’ve been saying. BTW molino had a good game tonight and is recovering nicely. can you imagine a player who was out for more tha a year out shine blokes like winchester and jamol who are pure laborers. Jamol alone must have squandered 5 goals in this tournament......not good enough and unacceptable for this level.

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Re: Thread for T&T vs Guyana Game (26-June-2019)
« Reply #66 on: June 26, 2019, 09:33:50 PM »
Molino save we arse. No doubt. A fit Molino is all we can hope for next time.

But I aint know. Something about that team look real off. No cohesion at all. Back to playing shaky football. Those who know, know what I talking about.

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« Reply #67 on: June 26, 2019, 10:49:22 PM »
These 3 games was horrible it reminds me of the game between TT and Costa Rica under SH that was some disgraceful football without them English boys helping him on the technical staff DL is just as bad as SH.

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Re: Thread for T&T vs Guyana Game (26-June-2019)
« Reply #68 on: June 27, 2019, 12:33:05 AM »
Soca Warriors, Guyana share honours.
By Walter Alibey (Guardian).


An 80th-minute goal by T&T's in­stru­men­tal mid­field­er Kevin Moli­no earned the So­ca War­riors their first point and goal in Group D of the CON­CA­CAF Gold Cup in a 1-1 tie with Guyana at the Chil­dren's Mer­cy Park in Kansas, Unit­ed States on Wednes­day night.

Af­ter coach Den­nis Lawrence made five changes to his start­ing squad that was drubbed 6-0 by the USA on Sat­ur­day, Lawrence's plan ap­peared use­less as many chances went abeg­ging on both sides of the half.

Levi Gar­cia posed se­ri­ous threats to the Guyanese de­fend­ers down the right flank but failed to find an open­ing in the ear­ly mo­ments of the match be­tween Caribbean ri­vals.

The speedy winger cre­at­ed his team's first re­al op­por­tu­ni­ty on the half-hour mark, re­leas­ing to an un­marked Jo­mal Williams on the left side. But with the goal at his mer­cy, Williams' at­tempt to find the va­cant far post was skil­ful­ly pushed wide by Quil­lan Roberts in the Guyana goal.

Four min­utes lat­er, Gar­cia, af­ter an­oth­er one of his telling runs down the flank, turned and twist­ed his mark­er be­fore at­tempt­ing to thread the ball through a crowd­ed Guyana de­fence on­ly to find Roberts again equal to the task, push­ing the shot wide with a sprawl­ing save.

And when Gar­cia cen­tred the re­bound to an un­marked Le­ston Paul in the box, the diminu­tive play­er placed it wide of the post and in­to the safe­ty of the Guyanese de­fence. Both teams went in­to the half­time break with the score at 0-0 and when the match re­sumed the Guyanese caused a ma­jor scare by tak­ing the lead.

Pro­lif­ic Guyanese strik­er Neil Danns was picked out on the wide left with a search­ing long ball in the 53rd minute and de­spite be­ing tight­ly marked by Aubrey David, Danns cut in past his mark­er and un­leashed a thump­ing shot that flew past re­place­ment goal­keep­er Adri­an Fon­cette in the far left cor­ner for the lead.

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Trinidad and Tobago (4-3-3): 22.Adrian Foncette (GK); 2.Aubrey David, 12.Carlyle Mitchell, 5.Daneil Cyrus (captain), 17.Mekeil Williams, 19.Kevan George, 23.Leston Paul, 10.Kevin Molino, 11.Levi Garcia (7.Cordell Cato 87), 9.Shahdon Winchester (18.Lester Peltier 68), 20.Jomal Williams (3.Joevin Jones 77).

Unused substitutes: 1.Marvin Phillip (GK), 21.Greg Ranjitsingh (GK), 4.Neveal Hackshaw, 6.Duane Muckette, 14.Akeem Humphrey, 15.Curtis Gonzales, 16.Alvin Jones.

Unavailable: 8.Khaleem Hyland, 13.Nathan Lewis.

Head coach: Dennis Lawrence

Guyana: 22.Quilan Roberts (GK); 15.Terence Vancooten, 8.Samuel Cox (captain), 6.Ronanyne Marsh-Brown, 3.Kadell Daniel; 23.Anthony Jeffrey (11.Callum Harriott 46), 4.Elliot Bonds, 7.Keanu Marsh-Brown, 16.Neil Danns; 9.Sheldon Holder (10.Emery Welshman 72), 12.Pernell Schultz (21.Brendon Beresford 46).

Unused substitutes: 1.Akel Clarke (GK), 18.Alex Murray (GK), 2.Kevin Layne, 5.Jordan Dover, 13.Liam Gordon, 14.Daniel Wilson, 17.Torell Ondaan, 19.Stephen Duke-McKenna, 20.Matthew Briggs.

Coach: Michael Johnson

Highlights

FINAL STANDINGS

P  W  D  L  F  A  pts
USA  3  3  0  0  11  0  9
Panama  3  2  0  1  6  3  6
Guyana  3  0  1  2  3  9  1
T&T  3  0  1  2  9  8  1

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Molino’s goal gives T&T farewell point.
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Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Men’s Team left Gold Cup 2019 with a point after three matches as they played to a 1-1 draw with Guyana at Children’s Mercy Park on Wednesday night in a Caribbean derby in Kansas City.

Minnesota United midfielder Kevin Molino scored the equalizer for T&T in the 80th minute after Guyana got the breakthrough on 54 minutes. Former Crystal Palace player Neil Danns coming in off the left side and bending a shot to the far post with his right foot from just inside the 18, the ball hitting the underside of the crossbar and going in for Danns’ third goal of the Gold Cup.

Guyana GK Quillan Roberts had the highlight moment of the first half in the 34th minute.  Molino showed off some dazzling skill in the box before hitting a low shot that forced Roberts to dive down to his right to make a brilliant stop.

The breakthrough for Guyana came in the 54th minute. T&T had only themselves to blame for not putting the game away in the first half with Jomal Williams and Levi Garcia going close. Williams sent a right footed curler to the left which forced Roberts to save to his left. Garcia also forced his way into a good position before missing the mark from inside the box.

Molino leveled it on 80 minutes, the Minnesota United player getting on the end of a ball over the top and cutting around the hesitantly onrushing Roberts and tapping home from an acute angle into an empty net.

Both teams concluded the tournament with one point, with Guyana ahead in third place in Group D on goal difference.

Molino: We must evolve from this Gold Cup

Lawrence post-game comments after 1-1 draw with Guyana

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Molino ends goal drought as T&T, Guyana draw.
By Joel Bailey (Newsday).


MIDFIELDER KEVIN Molino ended T&T’s goal drought, after seven international matches, with an 80th minute equaliser as they held Guyana to a 1-1 draw in their final Group D match, in the Concacaf Gold Cup, last evening.

This match of the cellar-placed teams in the group was contested at the Children’s Mercy Park, Kansas City, United States.

The result meant that Guyana finished third in the group with one point, the same as TT but with a superior goal difference (minus six compared to T&T’s minus eight).

Neil Danns, a 36-year-old English-born midfielder, put Guyana ahead in the 54th minute.

Making a move on the left, Danns moved past Guyanese-born T&T defender Aubrey David and unleashed a right-footed shot which flew past goalkeeper Adrian Foncette, via the uprights, and into the back of the net.

But Molino, who was controversially omitted from the starting line-up in Saturday’s 6-0 trouncing by the United States, levelled the scores with 10 minutes remaining.

Molino received a ball from deep by Levi Garcia, got around goalie Quillan Roberts, and slotted home a left-footed shot, despite a valiant attempt from defender Terence Vancooten.

This was T&T’s first goal since September 6, 2018, when they defeated the United Arab Emirates 2-0 – the last victory thus far for the Dennis Lawrence-coached outfit.

During the post-game interview, Molino said, “I think we should have (gotten) more from the game. We need to go back to the drawing board and keep working, keep the mentality and keep positive, no matter what happens. But we’re getting the chances.”

Molino, who plays for Minnesota United in the Major League Soccer (MLS), noted, “I’ll go back to my club, recuperate a bit and reflect on a lot of things. This tournament is going to make me stronger.

“We had a tough tournament and we need to build from here (onwards).”

T&T made six changes to the team that was hammered by the US.

Molino, Foncette, Shahdon Winchester, Mekeil Williams, Carlyle Mitchell and Jomal Williams started, in place of captain Khaleem Hyland, Marvin Phillip, Nathan Lewis, Cordell Cato, Neveal Hackshaw and Alvin Jones.

T&T lost their opening Group D game, by a 2-0 margin, against Panama last Tuesday.

T&T coach laments missed chances against Guyana

DENNIS LAWRENCE, T&T men’s football team coach, has lamented the amount of missed chances during Wednesday’s match against Guyana, in their final Group D game at the Concacaf Gold Cup.

At the Children’s Mercy Park, Kansas City, United States, T&T and Guyana battled to a 1-1 draw. Neil Danns put Guyana ahead after 54 minutes but another midfielder, Kevin Molino, equalised in the 79th.

During the post-game media conference, Lawrence said, “It was a very simple game. If you score and the opposition don’t score, you’ll win the game. And, for the amount of chances we had, I think the game should have been over probably in the first half. We didn’t take our chances.”

Lawrence continued, “A Guyanese team that has very good determination managed to get their noses in front and then it was uphill for us.

“If you look at all the chances that we had in the game, I didn’t think the result was fair or balanced. It’s disappointing to not come away with three points and some goals under our belt. But we didn’t lose the game, which is a credit to the boys.”

Wednesday’s result ended a streak of seven win-less matches for the T&T team (including six defeats).

And Molino’s goal was the first scored by T&T since their last victory – 2-0 over the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in Girona, Spain on September 6, 2018.

Lawrence faced criticism for his use of Levi Garcia as a lone striker during the previous two matches in the Gold Cup – a 2-0 loss to Panama last Tuesday and a 6-0 trouncing by defending champs US on Saturday.

But the ex-T&T central defender sees a bright future for Garcia, who plays for Hapoel Ironi Kiryat Shmona FC in Israel.

“I think Levi has a big role to play for T&T football,” said the T&T coach. “At the age of 21, he’s had experience in Europe (with Dutch clubs AZ Alkmaar and Excelsior). He’s definitely one who is going to lead our attack in some form or fashion, whether it be as a (striker) or whether it be as a winger.

“Hopefully he’s going to learn and it will help him to grow. He’s a special player for us. We need to probably build our team around players like him.”

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Re: Thread for T&T vs Guyana Game (26-June-2019)
« Reply #69 on: June 27, 2019, 06:07:12 AM »
Imagine DL left 25 year old Ranjitsingh on the bench for 30 year old donkey Foncette. Imagine dat!! SMFH

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« Reply #70 on: June 27, 2019, 06:34:38 AM »
Imagine DL left 25 year old Ranjitsingh on the bench for 30 year old donkey Foncette. Imagine dat!! SMFH
He probably has future plans for him.  ???

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« Reply #71 on: June 27, 2019, 06:53:05 AM »
Imagine DL left 25 year old Ranjitsingh on the bench for 30 year old donkey Foncette. Imagine dat!! SMFH
He probably has future plans for him.  ???
plans like what, letting Canada snatch him up first?

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« Reply #72 on: June 27, 2019, 06:58:40 AM »
Remember we played that dumb game with findley refusing to tie him to us by capping him then the USA snatched him up? same with John bostock we tillillay till he eventually changed his mind. let me remind you the last good GK we had was shaka, and we may never see another one anytime soon.

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Re: Thread for T&T vs Guyana Game (26-June-2019)
« Reply #73 on: June 27, 2019, 09:25:33 AM »
Remember we played that dumb game with findley refusing to tie him to us by capping him then the USA snatched him up? same with John bostock we tillillay till he eventually changed his mind. let me remind you the last good GK we had was shaka, and we may never see another one anytime soon.
We had Tony Warner, who has a very accomplished career at decent levels of football. But he play one game for we where he toots down the place and we never call him back again.

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« Reply #74 on: June 28, 2019, 01:57:01 AM »
Remember we played that dumb game with findley refusing to tie him to us by capping him then the USA snatched him up? same with John bostock we tillillay till he eventually changed his mind. let me remind you the last good GK we had was shaka, and we may never see another one anytime soon.
We had Tony Warner, who has a very accomplished career at decent levels of football. But he play one game for we where he toots down the place and we never call him back again.
come on mate tony warner was bollocks with his club and was prone to making silly mistakes that made calamity David James look like Spider man. the coach only realized that when he capped him, but warner was rubbish from the start while Greg is performing well with his club to the point where his hard work plaid off and now he’s playing in a better league.

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« Reply #75 on: June 28, 2019, 09:19:55 PM »
The Guyana coach was on cloud 9 in his post game conference, he was estatic they didn't place last in the group. Guyana walked away feeling good about themselves and our president is pleased with our coach so a win-win for both teams.

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Re: Thread for T&T vs Guyana Game (26-June-2019)
« Reply #76 on: June 29, 2019, 08:50:59 AM »
Imagine DL left 25 year old Ranjitsingh on the bench for 30 year old donkey Foncette. Imagine dat!! SMFH

What is the basis of this statement?

I had hoped that Dennis would have used this opportunity to cap Glen, but saying that Foncette is a donkey is indicative of the mindset of some people. 
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« Reply #77 on: June 29, 2019, 09:12:15 AM »
Imagine DL left 25 year old Ranjitsingh on the bench for 30 year old donkey Foncette. Imagine dat!! SMFH

What is the basis of this statement?

I had hoped that Dennis would have used this opportunity to cap Glen, but saying that Foncette is a donkey is indicative of the mindset of some people. 

I don't know about Foncette being a donkey, doh even know d fella, all I know is dat Ranjitsingh has shown an ability to distribute on d counter, d last GK we had dat consistently showed a willingness to distribute quickly and smartly on d counter was Clayton Ince can't honestly remember anyone else.....my interest selfish in dat I see only tactical benefits.....these days GKs being able to launch attacks and relieve pressure on CBs is ah serious asset, we get access to two and we playin d ass with Foncette and Phillips, it time to move forward and change with d football....in trinidad familiarity is d enemy of progress >:(
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« Reply #78 on: June 29, 2019, 11:06:27 AM »
I wish some ppl (so called supporters)here would stop insulting and generally wasting down our National representatives. Whether they are considered terrible or inadequate, they do not select themselves. They don’t get rich or much benefit from representation, and do it at mostly personal sacrifices. They don’t need supporters to be kicking them even more when they are down. This even includes the technical staff. Especially so from ppl who don’t sacrifice shit and can jump of the bandwagon anytime they themselves choose.
Losing bothers our reps more, than us. Whether the athlete know the reason of the loss or don’t know the way to success. Wish we could criticize without denigrating and insulting. Jmo

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Re: Thread for T&T vs Guyana Game (26-June-2019)
« Reply #79 on: July 18, 2019, 05:01:11 AM »
Imagine we played defensive against Guyana.

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« Reply #80 on: July 18, 2019, 03:35:53 PM »
dat was not defensive, inability to progress d ball competently , make it look defensive
I pity the fool....