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    FIFA group statistics - may need correcting

    Dwight yorke first with 21 tackles for individual defence
    Carlos Edwards was 7th with 16

    Shaka Hislop was 16th for goals saved with only 2 games all higher than him had 3

    Kelvin jack had more saves in one game than the us goalie in 3

    We had the 9th most yellow cards

    In Russell latapy 24 mins of play he attacked the most statistically speaking for the Trinidad team for individual attacks out of 270 min of play and

    Avery john was 15th for individual displinary

    one of three one goals
    unfortunately other that only country not on the board for scoring
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    Quote Originally Posted by socatrini2002
    Dwight yorke first with 21 tackles for individual defence
    Carlos Edwards was 7th with 16

    Shaka Hislop was 16th for goals saved with only 2 games all higher than him had 3

    Kelvin jack had more saves in one game than the us goalie in 3

    We had the 9th most yellow cards

    In Russell latapy 24 mins of play he attacked the most statistically speaking for the Trinidad team for individual attacks out of 270 min of play and

    Avery john was 15th for individual displinary
    another little tidbit.....

    trinidad was the smallest country to get sent home in the first round

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ras_Apache
    another little tidbit.....

    trinidad was the smallest country to get sent home in the first round

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    Pebbles362436
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    Quote Originally Posted by VINCYPOWA
    U and those blasted bunnies again.

    http://www.time.com/time/magazine/ar...205387,00.html

    From the Magazine | Notebook
    It's a Kick!
    By HILLARY BATCHELDER
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    Posted Sunday, Jun 18, 2006
    And it's the most wunderbar time of the year for soccer fans as the World Cup rolls on in Germany. The action isn't just on the field. The world's biggest sporting event boasts plenty of spectacle off the field too--and much of it fits right in with this year's warm, fuzzy and oh-so-sporting theme: "A Time to Make Friends."

    DO THE CROUCH The robot is back, thanks to England striker Peter Crouch's goofy moves, which have spawned an army of imitators in the stands.

    GO, WARRIORS! Fans love a long shot. The top underdog this year: Trinidad and Tobago, the smallest nation to qualify, whose gutsy Soca Warriors earned a surprising tie against Sweden.

    COUCH CUP Want to see the U.S. beat Brazil, be instrumental in the victory and make friends? Play FIFA 06: Road to FIFA World Cup online with gamers around the world.

    FAN FESTS All 12 host cities are having nonstop parties, so soccer lovers can experience the Cup even without tickets to a match. Key ingredients: big screens and beer.

    SOUNDS LIKE CUP SPIRIT No World Cup is complete without a cheesy theme tune to bring the crowd together. For Germany '06, it's R&B diva Toni Braxton and quartet Il Divo's sticky-sweet Time of Our Lives. Get out your lighters!

    NOT JUST LION AROUND The self-declared King of Parties and beasts, mascot Goleo VI--why a lion? we don't know--wants you to have a ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pebbles362436
    U and those blasted bunnies again.

    http://www.time.com/time/magazine/ar...205387,00.html

    From the Magazine | Notebook
    It's a Kick!
    By HILLARY BATCHELDER
    SUBSCRIBE TO TIMEPRINTE-MAILMORE BY AUTHOR
    Posted Sunday, Jun 18, 2006
    And it's the most wunderbar time of the year for soccer fans as the World Cup rolls on in Germany. The action isn't just on the field. The world's biggest sporting event boasts plenty of spectacle off the field too--and much of it fits right in with this year's warm, fuzzy and oh-so-sporting theme: "A Time to Make Friends."

    DO THE CROUCH The robot is back, thanks to England striker Peter Crouch's goofy moves, which have spawned an army of imitators in the stands.

    GO, WARRIORS! Fans love a long shot. The top underdog this year: Trinidad and Tobago, the smallest nation to qualify, whose gutsy Soca Warriors earned a surprising tie against Sweden.

    COUCH CUP Want to see the U.S. beat Brazil, be instrumental in the victory and make friends? Play FIFA 06: Road to FIFA World Cup online with gamers around the world.

    FAN FESTS All 12 host cities are having nonstop parties, so soccer lovers can experience the Cup even without tickets to a match. Key ingredients: big screens and beer.

    SOUNDS LIKE CUP SPIRIT No World Cup is complete without a cheesy theme tune to bring the crowd together. For Germany '06, it's R&B diva Toni Braxton and quartet Il Divo's sticky-sweet Time of Our Lives. Get out your lighters!

    NOT JUST LION AROUND The self-declared King of Parties and beasts, mascot Goleo VI--why a lion? we don't know--wants you to have a ball.


    Hi babes.

    How TINGS?

    Well, the SOCA WARRIORS had their 30 SECONDS of FAME. It is time to get back to NORMAL.

    So who do you like NOW that the SOCA WARRIORS are no LONGER in the WC?

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    Pebbles362436
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    Quote Originally Posted by VINCYPOWA


    Hi babes.

    How TINGS?

    Well, the SOCA WARRIORS had their 30 SECONDS of FAME. It is time to get back to NORMAL.

    So who do you like NOW that the SOCA WARRIORS are no LONGER in the WC?
    I'm staying busy now that its summer.

    Yeah the Warriors got back into Trinidad last night and I'm sure they getting more than enough nookie to last them a life time.

    I live in a highly concentated Brazilian community so its Brazil all the way now for me.

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