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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #30 on: January 21, 2022, 04:32:40 PM »
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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #31 on: January 21, 2022, 04:34:19 PM »
68' Second corner earned by T&T.

Entering the proceedings, Bolivia's naturalized Cameroonian, defender Marc Enoumba.

EDIT: Also in, Peru-based Luis Haquin and midfielder Juan Ribera.
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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #32 on: January 21, 2022, 04:39:13 PM »
The Pro League is not the best but we need our league up and running SOON. Players are very unfit

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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #33 on: January 21, 2022, 04:40:05 PM »
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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #34 on: January 21, 2022, 04:46:59 PM »
4-0.  Leonel Justiniano. One of two subs who entered for BOL. Other sub: Alejandro Chumacero.

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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #35 on: January 21, 2022, 04:54:19 PM »
5-0. Bruno Miranda.

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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #36 on: January 21, 2022, 04:58:24 PM »
90'+2. Hackshaw exits, Keston George enters. Matthew Woo Ling also joined a tad before.

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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #37 on: January 21, 2022, 05:17:43 PM »
5-0. Bruno Miranda.



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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #38 on: January 21, 2022, 05:56:00 PM »
WATCH: Highlights of Trinidad and Tobago's 5-0 loss to Bolivia.

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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #39 on: January 22, 2022, 01:08:20 AM »
Please with players' effort, but disappointed with result - Eve
By Rachael Thompson-King (T&T Guardian).


T&T's senior men's football team suffered its biggest loss under coach Angus Eve, falling to a huge 5-0 defeat to Bolivia in their international friendly match at the Estadio Olimpico Patria in Sucre, Bolivia on Friday afternoon.

The "Soca Warriors" were outplayed by the host team for the entire match and coach Eve admitted that his unit played a very good team under tough conditions they did well and he was pleased with the effort of his young team.

"Not expecting the result but expected the way the game would have gone. When we took the game, not making any excuses, we took the game because it was playing in Santa Cruz which is normal atmosphere. All the guys in here you could hear them coughing, there is a lot of air in the lungs so it was really difficult from a physical standpoint for the players and once your physicality goes, the technical part of it tends to go," said Eve after his first match since being officially appointed as permanent head coach of the men’s team in September 2021.

The match was initially carded for Santa Cruz in Bolivia but was moved to Sucre, which is some 9,000 feet above sea level. It was also the first time that the Bolivian team played in Sucre in 23 years since playing to a goalless draw in a friendly international against Venezuela.

It was a tough clash from the kick-off with the Bolivia side the more aggressive of the two teams.

However, it was Alvin Jones who had the first try at goal for T&T with a right-footed shot from a difficult angle and long range on the right which missed to the left.

But it was Bolivia opening the scoring. T&T conceded a goal from the penalty spot after defender Radanfah Abu Bakr fouled Bolivian Erwin Saavedra in the penalty area. Juan Arce stepped up and converted the penalty with a right-footed shot to the bottom right corner in the 34th minute.

Bolivia continued to attack but T&T looked to be heading into the first half, down 1-0 until Rodrigo Ramallo landed a right-footed shot from outside the box into the top left corner in the 45th to give his team a 2-0 lead

Jones almost pulled one back for T&T in the added-on time of the first half, with another right-footed shot from long range on the right but goalkeeper Carlos Lampe saved in the top centre of the goal.

To start the second half, Eve made three changes to his line-up with Reon Moore replacing Neveal Hackshaw, Molik Khan taking over for Ajani Fortune, and Hashim Arcia, who replaced Jesse Williams.

Warriors again had the first chance at goal in the second half but Noah Powder's left-footed shot from outside the box missed the target in the 47th minute.

However, the inexperienced Soca Warriors team deficit increased in the 53rd, thanks to Marcelo Martins' right-footed shot from the centre of the box, sending the ball to the bottom left corner. He was assisted by Bruno Miranda.

Ten minutes later, Martins' had an assist, heading in a pass to Leonel Justiniano, who in turn headed in his team's fourth item.

The fifth and final goal came from a right-footed shot from Bruno Miranda in the 87th.

For the Soca Warriors, the match was the team's first since a 1-1 draw with Guatemala in their final Concacaf Gold Cup Group B series last July 18 which followed a 2-0 loss to El Salvador on July 14, and a 0-0 draw with the region powerhouse Mexico in their tournament main draw opener, four days earlier.

On the pressures of playing against World Cup nation, Eve said in the post-match interview, it was good exposure for the young players that were exposed.

He said, "This is a learning curve we had a lot of young players in this squad here and they would take something from the exercise today. Sometimes you lose a game but you really didn't really lose because we expose so much young players in the game today, I think it's only going to augur well for them playing under this type of atmosphere, atmosphere with the stands, atmosphere with air.

"So this is a learning curve for them because they may have to play in altitude sometimes."

Results

Bolivia 5 (Juan Carlos Arce 35 (pen), Rodrigo Ramallo 44, Marcelo Martins 53, Leonel Justiniano 63, Bruno Miranda 86), Trinidad and Tobago 0.

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Trinidad and Tobago (5-3-1-1): 22.Adrian Foncette (GK); 16.Alvin Jones, 5.Jamal Jack, 6.Radanfah Abu Bakr, 17.Mekeil Williams (captain), 18.Justin Garcia (8.John-Paul Rochford 61); 23.Jesse Williams (13.Reon Moore 46), 15.Neveal Hackshaw (14.Hashim Arcia 46), 11.Noah Powder; 20.Ajani Fortune (10.Molik Khan 46); 7.Ryan Telfer (19.Matthew Woo Ling 80).

Unused substitutes: 1.Marvin Phillip (GK), 2.Stephon Marcano, 3.Keston George, 12.Michel Poon-Angeron.

Coach: Angus Eve

Bolivia (3-4-3): 1.Carlos Lampe (GK); 8.Diego Bejarano, 5.Adriano Jusino (4.Luis Haquin 67), 21.Jesús Sagredo (3.Alejandro Chumacero 54); 16.Erwin Saavedra (19.Marc Enoumba 67), 10.Fernando Saucedo (6.Leonel Justiniano 54), 14.Moisés Villaroel, 18.Rodrigo Ramallo (22.Juan Alexis Ribera 67); 11.Bruno Miranda, 9.Marcelo Martins (captain), 7.Juan Carlos Arce (2.Yesit Martínez 79).

Unused substitutes: 12.Daniel Vaca (GK), 23.Jhohan Gutiérrez (GK), 13.César Menacho, 15.Rai Lima, 17.Carlos Áñez, 20.Henry Vaca.

Coach: César Farías.

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Bolivia crush lethargic Soca Warriors 5-0.
By Andrew Gioannetti (T&T Newsday).


THE ABSENCE of domestic football in Trinidad and Tobago proved conspicuous as the national men’s team suffered a woeful 5-0 defeat to hosts Bolivia in an international friendly on Friday evening.

T&T coach Angus Eve called up a number of players who were based in the US for this friendly, as the locally-based players (including defender Radanfah Abu Bakr and Justin Garcia, as well as goalkeeper Adrian Foncette and debutant midfielder Molik Khan) have been inactive since the Concacaf Gold Cup last July.

At the high-altitude Estadio Olimpico Patria in Sucre, Bolivia, in the midst of Conmebol World Cup qualifiers, were confident and clinical, while T&T, starting with a five-man back line, appeared keen to invite pressure.

Bolivia obliged, starting with speculative shots, before inching forward and ultimately penetrating the visitors’ defence far too easily for four of their five goals. The T&T defence was breached early in the match when a lobbed ball fell to the feet of forward Marcelo Martins, who slotted easily past Foncette, only for his effort to be disallowed for offside.

T&T’s near escape, however, was followed by a flurry of Bolivia chances. Juan Arce opened for the South Americans in the 35th minute from a penalty, which was a debatable call from the referee, as Erwin Saavendra lobbed Abu Bakr before going down from a slight touch from the centre-back.

Bolivia finished the half ahead 2-0, shortly after midfielder Rodrigo Ramallo shot and scored from outside the penalty box, with minimal pressure.

The match was done and dusted for the Bolivians by the 53rd minute when Martins collected a pass unchallenged inside the box to finish past Foncette.

T&T conceded another soft goal in the 63rd minute when a cross from Martins eluded the heads of Abu Bakr and Jamal Jack for a Leonel Justiano to score.

Miranda rounded off the scoring in the 87th minute.

It was Eve’s first international match since his permanent appointment and the country’s first since competing in the Gold Cup last July. There were few memorable individual performances for T&T. Khan, however, was a bright spark in his lively debut, while most of his teammates looked exhausted and off the pace.

T&T offered very little offensively from the beginning, recording only two attempts on target to Bolivia’s 12 overall. Bolivia also enjoyed almost three-quarters of ball possession.

The Warriors, comprising mostly inactive players (the United States and Canada seasons will begin in April), looked sluggish, uninspired and without a particular game plan, contrary to a Bolivia squad of match-fit players.

The match fell outside of an official FIFA international match window, which meant neither team could compel active and contracted players to feature.

Bolivia will turn their attention to their World Cup qualifying matches against Venezuela and Chile within the next two weeks, while T&T will focus on the first stage of the CONCACAF Nations League, starting in June, unless friendly matches are scheduled before.

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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #40 on: January 22, 2022, 03:43:44 AM »
WATCH: Post-match press conference with the national team coaches of Trinidad and Tobago and Bolivia respectively.

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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #41 on: January 22, 2022, 05:36:25 AM »
we parkin bus and no urgency in d box ??? :cursing: :frustrated: wow "thank god" ah wasn' motivated to watch, ah woulda be goin' crazy and yes ah understand dat dem fellas eh fit but all dey was basically doing was holdin ah line all game and there was no urgency or commitment to tackle dat pen though ??? ??? ???
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« Reply #42 on: January 22, 2022, 08:59:42 AM »
we parkin bus and no urgency in d box ??? :cursing: :frustrated: wow "thank god" ah wasn' motivated to watch, ah woulda be goin' crazy and yes ah understand dat dem fellas eh fit but all dey was basically doing was holdin ah line all game and there was no urgency or commitment to tackle dat pen though ??? ??? ???

What you expected ?? be upset at the health bloody minister and that CMO .. you having save zone fete but cannot have football ?This is how the sport is treated ...
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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #43 on: January 22, 2022, 11:07:13 AM »
we parkin bus and no urgency in d box ??? :cursing: :frustrated: wow "thank god" ah wasn' motivated to watch, ah woulda be goin' crazy and yes ah understand dat dem fellas eh fit but all dey was basically doing was holdin ah line all game and there was no urgency or commitment to tackle dat pen though ??? ??? ???

What you expected ?? be upset at the health bloody minister and that CMO .. you having save zone fete but cannot have football ?This is how the sport is treated ...

dude we holding a low block and man was gettin stepped pass like dey not dey, I agree with yuh point re: facilitating some proper arrangement for training and prep and d gov't seeming lack of interest but d manner in which Bolivia broke our lines with d space available was scary. we not fit enough to step across 3ft to give we self ah better chance of defending d situation ??? there wasn' even "tired effort" in some ah dem goal........I didn' come with no high expectation or rose coloured glasses......I knew going in we were more than likely going to lose
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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #44 on: January 23, 2022, 01:14:10 AM »
Oxygen tanks at bench, dressing room highlight T&T's challenge.
By Walter Alibey (T&T Guardian).


National coach Angus Eve was pleased with the effort of his players on Friday despite a demoralising 5-0 loss to Bolivia in an international friendly in Sucre, Bolivia, but told the media via a virtual press conference on Saturday that the writing was on the wall before the game started.

"I haven't played a game where the opposition brought oxygen tanks to the training for you and they put two oxygen tanks in the dressing room for you and two more by the bench. That alone tells you what they knew to be their strengths and what they knew would hamper us in the warm-up. We lost coach Clayton Ince and he was just jogging around with the goalkeepers and warming them up and he fell ill, so we had to take him back to the dressing room and give him oxygen. Marvin Phillip had to finish the warm-up with Foncette," Eve, a former national coach told the media.

He was also comforted by the fact that South American powerhouse Uruguay was also beaten by the Bolivians 3-0, featuring some of their top players such as Luis Suarez.

Before the match, Eve and his staff did a full analysis of their opponents, employing a plan to counter the way they attacked, their system of play to the way they defend. But according to Eve: " It was difficult to execute the game plan because the players physically, I mean, for the first 35 minutes we limited them to shooting outside the box and not getting those balls they like to get to their captain at the back post.

We had a full analysis of everything Bolivia has done in the last three matches and we dissected the way they play, using the 3:5:2, the way they attack. They try to go to the middle and then to the flanks, they whip the ball inwards from the left side and straight across from the right side.

So basically, we prepared for that, but what we did not prepare for was the players losing oxygen as fast as they were. If you looked, the midfield was spent I would say after the 32nd minutes where we were in the game and limited them to just shots.

I saw a reporter talk about how many shots were taken but how much of them were on target was not in the statistics."

The Bolivians are preparing for World Cup qualifying matches against Venezuela and Chile. They became the obvious choice after options with other teams did not fall through. The South Americans, now eighth-ranked in CONMEBOL also suffered a few problems of their own, with a few players battling the COVID-19 virus. However, this didn't show, against the Soca Warriors 9, 000 feet above sea level.

Eve opted to use speedy winger Ryan Telfer as the lone man up front but with the midfield struggling to keep possession of the ball, he became a non-factor.

Eve believes domestic football will be a solution to the issues of match-fitness on the national team, as well a solution to many societal problems, noting that football and in particular non-contact sports are being played in other countries worldwide.

The local T&T players are due to return on Sunday, while others will be returning to their respective clubs.

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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #45 on: January 24, 2022, 08:22:54 PM »
we parkin bus and no urgency in d box ??? :cursing: :frustrated: wow "thank god" ah wasn' motivated to watch, ah woulda be goin' crazy and yes ah understand dat dem fellas eh fit but all dey was basically doing was holdin ah line all game and there was no urgency or commitment to tackle dat pen though ??? ??? ???

I didn't see the match. But when it's at high altitude and the need oxygen, you really can't expect much.
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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #46 on: January 25, 2022, 09:44:37 AM »
we parkin bus and no urgency in d box ??? :cursing: :frustrated: wow "thank god" ah wasn' motivated to watch, ah woulda be goin' crazy and yes ah understand dat dem fellas eh fit but all dey was basically doing was holdin ah line all game and there was no urgency or commitment to tackle dat pen though ??? ??? ???

I didn't see the match. But when it's at high altitude and the need oxygen, you really can't expect much.

I was not expecting much. I will say in this current situation and at high altitude, 5-0 is not bad. Some former national players who have played in Mexico,Toluca to be exact, have said that the altitude is a definite factor in performance. When going to play in Mexico or the high altitude SA countries, your team has to be physical fit to make up for the lack of oxygen. Bolivia and Mexico have always used the altitude to their advantage.

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« Reply #47 on: January 25, 2022, 11:01:59 AM »
I rememberin the mid 80s hearing feedback from a TT U-14 team that went to Mexico.

The game had to stopped at times because they were bleeding from the nose and they had to be given oxygen.

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« Reply #48 on: January 25, 2022, 02:55:35 PM »
we parkin bus and no urgency in d box ??? :cursing: :frustrated: wow "thank god" ah wasn' motivated to watch, ah woulda be goin' crazy and yes ah understand dat dem fellas eh fit but all dey was basically doing was holdin ah line all game and there was no urgency or commitment to tackle dat pen though ??? ??? ???

I didn't see the match. But when it's at high altitude and the need oxygen, you really can't expect much.

yeah, my bad, forgot dat Bolivia like to to carry opposition "up d hill" lol, Seriously did not remember dat.......sorry again
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« Reply #49 on: January 25, 2022, 11:56:37 PM »
we parkin bus and no urgency in d box ??? :cursing: :frustrated: wow "thank god" ah wasn' motivated to watch, ah woulda be goin' crazy and yes ah understand dat dem fellas eh fit but all dey was basically doing was holdin ah line all game and there was no urgency or commitment to tackle dat pen though ??? ??? ???

I didn't see the match. But when it's at high altitude and the need oxygen, you really can't expect much.

yeah, my bad, forgot dat Bolivia like to to carry opposition "up d hill" lol, Seriously did not remember dat.......sorry again
we parkin bus and no urgency in d box ??? :cursing: :frustrated: wow "thank god" ah wasn' motivated to watch, ah woulda be goin' crazy and yes ah understand dat dem fellas eh fit but all dey was basically doing was holdin ah line all game and there was no urgency or commitment to tackle dat pen though ??? ??? ???

I didn't see the match. But when it's at high altitude and the need oxygen, you really can't expect much.

yeah, my bad, forgot dat Bolivia like to to carry opposition "up d hill" lol, Seriously did not remember dat.......sorry again

Nah..Nah. No problem. At times even Brazil does ketch the arse to beat Bolivia at Bolivia.

Under Spanish coach Xabier Azkargorta and featuring nine players from Tahuichi, Bolivia surprisingly became the first team to beat Brazil in the 1994 World Cup qualifiers while playing them in La Paz, with a 2–0 win, and qualified for the 1994 World Cup by finishing second in Group B behind the Brazilians themselves.

But I am glad these guys played against a competitive team. We don't like the score, but they have to play. Hopefully the govt open up the sports venues with tough rules.

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« Reply #50 on: January 26, 2022, 11:25:12 AM »
At the best of times we does play like we need oxygen; or lacking gas- so  this is no big deal-  cut arse fuh so as we field an amateur    squad .
 Next up fuh practice and players tuh look and evaluate?

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« Reply #51 on: January 26, 2022, 12:52:59 PM »
At the best of times we does play like we need oxygen; or lacking gas- so  this is no big deal-  cut arse fuh so as we field an amateur    squad .
 Next up fuh practice and players tuh look and evaluate?
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« Reply #52 on: January 27, 2022, 10:34:01 AM »
La Paz is 11,000 feet. Mexico city 7,000. That eh easy in the past and eh easy  in these times.

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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #53 on: January 28, 2022, 05:32:14 PM »
As I expected, bottom-of-the-table Venezuela is DESTROYING Bolivia. Hat-trick by Rondon and plenty time left. 4-1 at the moment.

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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #54 on: January 28, 2022, 10:15:22 PM »
we parkin bus and no urgency in d box ??? :cursing: :frustrated: wow "thank god" ah wasn' motivated to watch, ah woulda be goin' crazy and yes ah understand dat dem fellas eh fit but all dey was basically doing was holdin ah line all game and there was no urgency or commitment to tackle dat pen though ??? ??? ???

I didn't see the match. But when it's at high altitude and the need oxygen, you really can't expect much.

If not much was expected, then the only point of the exercise was getting playing time for the team? Were there any lessons to be learned? I've read in the media about positive things to be taken, but they were not actually mentioned.
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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #55 on: January 28, 2022, 10:35:53 PM »
we parkin bus and no urgency in d box ??? :cursing: :frustrated: wow "thank god" ah wasn' motivated to watch, ah woulda be goin' crazy and yes ah understand dat dem fellas eh fit but all dey was basically doing was holdin ah line all game and there was no urgency or commitment to tackle dat pen though ??? ??? ???

I didn't see the match. But when it's at high altitude and the need oxygen, you really can't expect much.

If not much was expected, then the only point of the exercise was getting playing time for the team? Were there any lessons to be learned? I've read in the media about positive things to be taken, but they were not actually mentioned.

The only positive thing was that they were able to get a game. Look, 2026 right around the corner. We better prepare the 16 and 20 yr olds. Unless FIFA increase the teams, only 1 and 1/2 spot available. CR, Honduras, Panama, El Sal, Haiti, JA.  Then DR,PR,Suriname, Curacao knocking on the Caribbean door. No time to f--k around.

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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #56 on: February 01, 2022, 02:55:41 PM »
Bolivia and Chile are playing on a field drenched with water. Some with puddles the dimension of craters ... reminiscent of ah ole school Intercol. Chile just notched a wicked free kick. Chile 1 Bolivia 0 at halfway through the first half. Goal x Alexis Sánchez. So altitude and a swamp.
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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #57 on: February 01, 2022, 04:10:50 PM »
Now a dogfight. Tied at 1-1 with momentum shifting. Players on both teams dealing with the ground conditions well.

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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #58 on: February 01, 2022, 04:36:13 PM »
Now a dogfight. Tied at 1-1 with momentum shifting. Players on both teams dealing with the ground conditions well.

3-2. Chile win. Double by Sánchez.
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Re: Thread for Bolivia vs T&T (21-Jan-2022)
« Reply #59 on: March 07, 2022, 01:40:20 PM »

Licks and more Licks! Take licks in allyuh so and so for playing more and more shiitt

 

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