Okay here we go again another defeat, well who should take the fall for this result, the coach or players frankly stating neither I think there was a good effort and again one got away. But this is the norm with the Soca Warriors over the past few months so instead of me wining and complaining, I will say “take it in stride boys and let go to Mexico and accept another defeat” and yes this is my blog for the next game against Mexico as the outcome will be the same, prove me wrong Soca Warriors!.
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As one that supported the removal of Mr Maturana, I wonder if the right choice was made. Laptapy or Latas as known to the local fans is that choice however the football pundits will tell you he has a lot of work ahead. This opportunity is great for Latas, I hope he ... [read more]
The Soca Warriors got good licks again from the US, losing points which is very essential to us qualifying for SA 2010. This was the worst performance by this team, there seem to be no vision, plan or strategy developed for this match. I am blaming Maturana as well as his international ... [read more]
Yes people at least we got a point with Lady Luck on our side. I will credit Mr Maturana on his formation but not the selection I totally dislike the midfield choices. Again I am left to figure out what is wrong with this team we have prolific strikers and cannot get ... [read more]
Our next opponent is Honduras forget their last game as this team was under strenght ,our Warriors
must be very careful and not take this team likely. The key in my opinion is team selection to ensure we get the right mix as well as formation I would like to see a 4-4-2 ... [read more]
As I watch our soccer team take the play to El Salvador and taught “wow” this would be an easy three points then came the second half for all but five mins that we performed a high level and then all downhill from there I said to my friends here we go ... [read more]
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