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San Cristóbal.- The Dominican Republic national soccer team beat Haiti 3-1 in a historic victory on Sunday, winning the Quisqueya Cup sponsored by the Ministry of Sports and the Coca Cola company.

Haitian ambassador in the Dominican Republic, Fritz Cineas, Dominican Sports Minister Jaime David Fernández Mirabal and Soccer Federation president Osiris Guzmán presented the Quisqueya Cup trophy to the winning side.

Fernández Mirabal and Guzmán praised the Dominican players for their performance. The national team includes star players who play for European, Central American and Caribbean soccer clubs.

The goals for the Dominican selection were scored by Kelvin Rodríguez, Jonathan Faña and Mariano Díaz.

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Written by: hernandez5482, 25 Mar 2013 9:48 AM
From: United States, Vivir sin Patria, es lo mismo que vivir sin Honor.
oh oh- we have only been playing for a little while and we beat them, they have been playing for ever..
Written by: dreadlocks, 25 Mar 2013 9:54 AM
From: United States
a sad reflection on the decline of soccer in Haiti, a country that once went to the World Cup.
Written by: Trinitario809, 25 Mar 2013 10:11 AM
From: Dominican Republic, is not the solution to Haiti's problems !
Take that,Haitianking!

Ha,ha,haaaaa..!
Written by: Trinitario809, 25 Mar 2013 10:12 AM
From: Dominican Republic, is not the solution to Haiti's problems !
I don't care much about soccer though.
But....good for them.
Written by: chilliwestaziz, 25 Mar 2013 10:37 AM
From: Jamaica
I heard that most of the soccer fields in Haiti where the kids used to practice are now tent camps for the homeless. Coupled with a daily fight to survive (many young people have given up school and sports to work) there is not alot of time for these youngsters to do things that don't put food on the table. The earthquake left many youngsters as bread-winners for the remaining siblings. Just a fact. I am surprised that Haiti is competing at this time and I think that the diaspora should stop waiting for others to make improvements there and should be more proactive. Martelly, is doing a wonderful job; in my opinion. He needs wind for his sails and right now, that must come from the Haitians living abroad.
Written by: chilliwestaziz, 25 Mar 2013 10:56 AM
From: Jamaica
I have so many dynamic ideas to get Haiti moving again and all of them are doable. I would estimate a turnaround time of notable progress of 3 - 4 years. The tent cities would disappear, they would create between 1.5 to 2 million jobs, eliminate cholera, and be on the road to self-sufficiency. I wish that I were a part of an executive committee there and we could turn things around for Haiti. Martelly is doing a wonderful job with his diplomatic (political) campaign but he needs more business diplomats and more 'diaspora diplomats' who create special and attractive 'homeland' opportunities for Haitians living abroad. The Caribbean, China, Canada, USA, South Korea, Venezuela, Chile, Russia, Angola, and Vietnam would figure heavily into our plans.
Written by: venganzaderafael, 25 Mar 2013 12:05 PM
From: United States
Well, there goes my only incentive for union with Haiti, if we are beating them in soccer, we don't need genes. Maybe if some Haitian-Dominican, (legal), turns pro and become baseball star we could consider it.
Seriously, it is a shame conditions persist in Haiti, 3 yrs later. Chill has good notions regarding the Haitian diaspora taking a more active part in the recovery.
Written by: Atabey, 25 Mar 2013 2:40 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--

Next, Jamaica!

Written by: jambdebois, 25 Mar 2013 3:22 PM
From: United States
Forget to mention, Haiti was represent by a High School underfed team!
Written by: Atabey, 25 Mar 2013 4:00 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--

"El seleccionado haitiano, dirigido por el también técnico cubano Israel Blake Cantero, está conformado por los jugadores de la liga profesional de ese país, Montrevil Franzy, James Ellan, Sirin Vaniel, José Canes, Jean Rubin Garry, Mackenzy Duverger, José Spencer, Gurrier Donald, Monuma Constant Jr., Maurice Jean Dany, Wilberne Angusma, Junior Luckner, Fritznel Louis, Juan Philippe Peguero, Herold Junior Charles, Joseph Geraldy y Desir Spencer."
Written by: andujar67, 25 Mar 2013 4:19 PM
From: United States
That was not the not the selection .just played Oman in a friendly and are schedule to play Italy and Spain in preparation for the upcoming gold cup and are currently rank first in the Caribbean by FIFA however the Dominican soccer program is improving did very well in the Caribbean cup..at atabey Jamaica just tide Mexico in Mexico the second team to have done so in 68 yrs.beating them would be a major improvement..
Written by: dreadlocks, 25 Mar 2013 5:24 PM
From: United States
andujar, allow Atabey to have his fun. dreaming is good when you are a child.
Written by: andujar67, 25 Mar 2013 7:08 PM
From: United States
Just trying to wake him up dready
Written by: Atabey, 25 Mar 2013 7:27 PM
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además, Mariano Díaz (Real Madrid FC ñ España), Erick Ozuna (Club Árabe Unido ñ Panamá), Francisco Ubiera (Club Tach Florida ñ Estados Unidos), Israel Ruiz (San Cristóbal), Yimmy Reyes (Pantoja), Rafael Flores (Pantoja), Omar Reynoso (Sporting), Inoel Navarro (Bauger), Pedro Núñez (Pantoja), Kerbi Rodríguez (Moca), Maicol Victorio (San Cristóbal) y Jean Carlos López (Moca), volantes.

También, Yonathan Faña (Alianza FC ñ El Salvador), Samuel Lustenberger (Ibach FC ñ Suiza) y Domingo Peralta (Moca), delanteros.

El entrenador de la escuadra criolla es el cubano Domingo Clemente Hernández El seleccionado haitiano, dirigido por el también técnico cubano Israel Blake Cantero, está conformado por los jugadores de la liga profesional de ese país, Montrevil Franzy, James Ellan, Sirin Vaniel, José Canes, Jean Rubin Garry, Mackenzy Duverger, José Spencer, Gurrier Donald, Monuma Constant Jr., Maurice Jean Dany, Wilberne Angusma, Junior Luckner, Fritznel Louis, Juan Philippe Peguero, Herol
Written by: Atabey, 25 Mar 2013 7:27 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--


además, Mariano Díaz (Real Madrid FC ñ España), Erick Ozuna (Club Árabe Unido ñ Panamá), Francisco Ubiera (Club Tach Florida ñ Estados Unidos), Israel Ruiz (San Cristóbal), Yimmy Reyes (Pantoja), Rafael Flores (Pantoja), Omar Reynoso (Sporting), Inoel Navarro (Bauger), Pedro Núñez (Pantoja), Kerbi Rodríguez (Moca), Maicol Victorio (San Cristóbal) y Jean Carlos López (Moca), volantes.

También, Yonathan Faña (Alianza FC ñ El Salvador), Samuel Lustenberger (Ibach FC ñ Suiza) y Domingo Peralta (Moca), delanteros.

El entrenador de la escuadra criolla es el cubano Domingo Clemente Hernández El seleccionado haitiano, dirigido por el también técnico cubano Israel Blake Cantero, está conformado por los jugadores de la liga profesional de ese país, Montrevil Franzy, James Ellan, Sirin Vaniel, José Canes, Jean Rubin Garry, Mackenzy Duverger, José Spencer, Gurrier Donald, Monuma Constant Jr., Maurice Jean Dany, Wilberne Angusma, Junior Luckner, Fritznel Louis, Juan Philippe Peguero, Her
Written by: danny00, 25 Mar 2013 7:27 PM
From: United States, JPMORGAN INC. STOCK BROKER HO HO HO
i wonder how the dominicas would do if they same happen to the the haitians and had their problems now?.


dominican soccer program is improving did very well in the caribbean cup
hey! hope they dont go the way like a-rod and others did in baseball, the drugs hit the home runs not the players...
guess though as honest as dominicans are i dont think for even one minute they will use drugs while trying to play soccer.....lol.....lol.....lol....
Written by: Atabey, 25 Mar 2013 7:27 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--
FÚTBOL
Presentan la selección que jugará contra Haití

Grupo. Integrantes de la selección nacional de Fútbol que el próximo domingo se enfrentará a su similar de Haití en la Copa Quisqueya.

Santo Domingo
Los miembros de la selección nacional de fútbol de mayores, que este domingo 24 jugará contra su similar de Haití, fueron presentados a la prensa en un acto celebrado en el salón multiuso del Ministerio de Deportes, en el Centro Olímpico Juan Pablo Duarte, de esta ciudad.

El enfrentamiento entre ambas naciones se ha denominado Copa Quisqueya y se celebrará a partir de las 3:00 de la tarde, en el estadio Panamericano, de San Cristóbal.

Los jugadores que integran el conjunto dominicano son, Miguel Estarling Lloyd (Club Árabe Unido ñ Panamá) y Wellington Agramonte (Club Aigle Noir ñ Haití), porteros; Cayetanno Bonnin (FC Valencia ñ España), Edward Salcedo (FK Rudor Prijedor ñ Bosnia), Hansley Martínez (Club Aigle Noir ñ Haití) y Johan Cruz (Bayaguana), defensas.

además
Written by: Atabey, 25 Mar 2013 7:29 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--

That's according to Listin Diario.


FÚTBOL
Presentan la selección que jugará contra Haití

Grupo. Integrantes de la selección nacional de Fútbol que el próximo domingo se enfrentará a su similar de Haití en la Copa Quisqueya.

Santo Domingo
Los miembros de la selección nacional de fútbol de mayores, que este domingo 24 jugará contra su similar de Haití, fueron presentados a la prensa en un acto celebrado en el salón multiuso del Ministerio de Deportes, en el Centro Olímpico Juan Pablo Duarte, de esta ciudad.

El enfrentamiento entre ambas naciones se ha denominado Copa Quisqueya y se celebrará a partir de las 3:00 de la tarde, en el estadio Panamericano, de San Cristóbal.

Written by: andujar67, 25 Mar 2013 7:35 PM
From: United States
At chilliwest there are two new stadium being built the president made it it's top priority to invest in the Haitian soccer program and fifa is investing big to answer your question yes they are playing friendlies all over the globe club real Madrid is also investing unfortunately money could be used for something else .....
Written by: Atabey, 25 Mar 2013 7:41 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--


Jamaica will be next!

And yes I know that's their national sport.



Written by: dreadlocks, 25 Mar 2013 7:45 PM
From: United States
does anyone in this site know what particular disease Atabey is suffering from? i mean, what is his major malfunction? why is this guy taking up all this space to post the rosters of the teams? nobody has ever heard of any of these guys, so what exactly is the point? it is not as if Brazil had played, and people wanted to know who was selected. jeezus; why must some people be such a$$holes?
Written by: dreadlocks, 25 Mar 2013 7:47 PM
From: United States
says Atabey

Written by: Atabey, 25 Mar 2013 7:41 PM
From: United States, NYC


Jamaica will be next!

And yes I know that's their national sport.

at present, you cannot beat an all high school selection. trust me. we would not waste time sending the national squad.
Written by: dreadlocks, 25 Mar 2013 7:49 PM
From: United States
actually, Atabey, in your mind, you are going to beat us at all the sprint races in the Olympics, too.by the way, track is the national sport, Mr Sabelotodo.
Written by: andujar67, 25 Mar 2013 8:11 PM
From: United States
Lol ..at atab since most European clubs due to a long and gruelling tournament most teams has and 18 to 30 man roster there is a 99%chance that those Dominican and Haitian are bench warmers in Europe
Written by: dreadlocks, 25 Mar 2013 8:34 PM
From: United States
andujar, there is going to come a time, probably before the week is over, when Atabey is going to set himself up as an authority on soccer. just watch..
Written by: DONT_BE_SILENT, 26 Mar 2013 3:23 PM
From: Dominican Republic, NEVER FORGOTTEN, NOR FORSAKEN!
Who cares about Soccer, Soccer is for SUCKERS, there's no money in it unless you good enough to play in Europe, and you have to be as good as, or in the league of Messi of Argentina.
Written by: DONT_BE_SILENT, 26 Mar 2013 3:29 PM
From: Dominican Republic, NEVER FORGOTTEN, NOR FORSAKEN!
Dread you once said that we don't have European influence because we don't play Soccer, so I guess the good old USA doesn't have European influence either, because they don't give a danm about Soccer. They're been trying to establish a Soccer league for years, and it is still dragging, empty stadium, no interest whatsoever.
Written by: Adamo123, 26 Mar 2013 3:45 PM
From: United States
@Hernandez5482
oh oh- we have only been playing for a little while and we beat them, they have been playing for ever..

been playing for litle under 40 years or so.....I think that is a lot of time.
Written by: dreadlocks, 26 Mar 2013 7:18 PM
From: United States
says DONT BE SILENT

Written by: DONT_BE_SILENT, 26 Mar 2013 3:23 PM
From: Dominican Republic, NEVER FORGOTTEN, NEVER FORSAKEN!
Who cares about Soccer, Soccer is for SUCKERS, there's no money in it unless you good enough to play in Europe, and you have to be as good as, or in the league of Messi of Argentina.

you have always seized every available opportunity to prove how much of a fool you are, without fail. what does money have to do with anything? do you believe that the worth, or status of an article, or entity, is measured by monetary value? i guess you probably do. you are probably one of those peasants who berate classical music, because concert violinists make less than rappers. maybe you have contempt for soccer because it is too complicated for you to understand, and your country cannot play the game. as for your asinine remark about soccer in the USA; the people in the US do not go around telling the world how European it is, you dunce.
Written by: Atabey, 26 Mar 2013 7:26 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--
The problem with "Da Dreary Dready" is that he's always selling DR short. That's his MO.

But as the boys proved in winning the Baseball Classic, DR is rising, a nation in development. Yes, with difficulties, but still on the upswing. Unlike another former British colonial possession in the Caribbean.....

Dready used to say that my idea of Dominicans developing any European connection to the game was nonsense. Well, the lads are proving you wrong again, Deary Dready, and I'll say that before this decade is out we might very well get a scalp or two from Ja' to hang up in soccer competition.

It's true that soccer is not a traditional competitive sport in DR, but as the game is ever more international and gaining entrants, and more Dominicans are playing the sport, we may very well develop the lads to play competitively against the better traditional regional teams. It will shock some people, but "Ya no hay equipos chicos" DR will book itself a place among this group

Written by: Atabey, 26 Mar 2013 7:29 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--


" ya no hay equipos chicos, y este ha sido el tema de todos los jugadores y técnicos durante este torneo que se celebra en territorio argentino.

Ya no hay cenicientas, ni equipos débiles, ya los grandes no ganan como antes, ni los equipos llamados “chicos o fáciles” sufren esas fuertes goleadas como en jornadas anteriores; aquí, en esta nueva generación de jugadores de la Copa América 2011, todos son iguales y con las mismas garantías para ganar, empatar o perder.

Todos los equipos vienen bien trabajados física, táctica y técnicamente, aunque algunos llegaron faltos de fútbol o armados en las últimas semanas como sucedió con México, pero m160s allá de los resultados que se están viviendo en este certamen se puede generalizar que los chicos siguen en alza futbolística."


What DR still lacks is "buen trabajados física, táctica y técnicas," and time in play for a generation to reach better heights & compete with the likes of Costa Rica and Ja'

It will.

Written by: dreadlocks, 26 Mar 2013 9:33 PM
From: United States
says Atabey

Dready used to say that my idea of Dominicans developing any European connection to the game was nonsense

when did you ever say that the DR was developing any European connection to the game? i am figuring this thing out. you post the same time every evening, and it is generally for a very short period. you come in, make some silly postings addressed to me, then leave. that tells me that this is the time of day your psychiatrists give you your medication, and they allow you to play on the pc for a few minutes, to see if your motor functions are still operational.
Written by: dreadlocks, 26 Mar 2013 9:36 PM
From: United States
says Atabey

Deary Dready, and I'll say that before this decade is out we might very well get a scalp or two from Ja' to hang up in soccer competition.

you are a guy who lives in the future. i live today. you always talk about what MIGHT happen. i talk about what has either happened, or is currently happening. that is why i measure relative development by current data, like the Human Development Index. when you overtake us on that, then we can talk. to hear you tell it, one day you will earn a GED. i nave to see it first.
Written by: dreadlocks, 26 Mar 2013 9:48 PM
From: United States
hey, Atabey, Jamaica is probably closer to beating the DR in baseball than you are to beating Jamaica in soccer. Jamaica has at least sent 4 players to MLB.. how many players have you sent to a major soccer team? oh, i forgot. in 2035. always the future.
Written by: Lautaro, 27 Mar 2013 6:54 AM
From: Dominican Republic, Bring DT Forum Back
Don't be silent says: "Who cares about Soccer, Soccer is for SUCKERS, there's no money in it unless you good enough to play in Europe, and you have to be as good as, or in the league of Messi of Argentina."

You are aware of the fact that you have insulted the thing that is closest to being an universal religion these days, right? real FOOTBALL isn't something to laugh or joke about, specially if one hasn't seen in the flesh a game in the celebrated Estádio do Maracanã of Rio de Janeiro (as I did) or the Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid. Heck, the emotions run so high at the stadiums so much that one can actually feel the earth vibrate just a few kilometers away from where the action is taking place, and I'm talking about simple season games, the temperature rising more than a few notches when World Cups or season finals are concerned. Scoring a goal is certainly far more difficult (and fulfilling) than hitting a homerun as far as the majority of humanity is concerned.
Written by: dreadlocks, 27 Mar 2013 8:23 AM
From: United States
Mr Lautaro, the problem with DONT BE SILENT is exposure. you see, you have seen soccer at its finest. you know what it is when 110,000 people pack into the stadium in Rio to watch Gremio play Santos. DONT BE SILENT thinks that when 50.000 people pack into some small market baseball game in the USA, that is the pinnacle of sport. he needs to go read up on things like the Barcelona program, which takes in young players, and sends them to an educational academy, to prepare for life. he also fails to understand that more people in the world watch Manchester United play Milan than watch any world series game.
Written by: TinyTim, 27 Mar 2013 8:28 AM
From: United States
I don't care much for Soccer but I must say, I have never felt so much emotions when at an Stadium.

While in Spain, a friend took me to the stadium to watch a game. Not Any game. A game in which Leo Messi was playing.

The people were going crazy. By mid game I was also going crazy. Yelling all over the place.

So loud that I couldn't hear myself think.

I actually thought the stadium was going to cave in.

I had the time of my life.

I may not like it that much but I do understand that the sport is here to stay and it's attracting more fans by the day.

Don't believe me?, look at the games attendance.
Written by: dreadlocks, 27 Mar 2013 8:29 AM
From: United States
hey, DONT BE SILENT, since soccer is for suckers, mind telling us how come the two most valuable sports franchises in the world are soccer teams. thats right, sucker! Manchester United number 1, Real Madrid number 2. 4 of the top 10. try again, sucker.
Written by: dreadlocks, 27 Mar 2013 8:31 AM
From: United States
Tiny Tim, that is exactly how it is in stadiums in Brazil, Argentina, England, Holland, etc.
Written by: Atabey, 27 Mar 2013 9:09 AM
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Dready,

Mark my words, before the decade is out we'll have a scalping or two from Ja'. You will no doubt have a private fit and grinding ya teeth will extend "congratulations" for the DR lads, but in reality another massive blow to your swollen head will have been delivered.


DR will have a competent squad, the traditional regional "powers" will find it more difficult to win over them, just like the traditional soccer powers of South America are finding it difficult these days to win over the traditional lesser national soccer teams. It's all about having good training, decent sports development and good coaching: the lads are there for the training. Perhaps we'll produce a few less baseball players, but gain some significant talent in soccer. An it will only take one Star earning lots of money to make the quest all that more enticing for the lads.

The trending are with us. Like my Costa Rican friend YOU will lament the lost feeling of superiority.

:)
Written by: dreadlocks, 27 Mar 2013 5:25 PM
From: United States
says the idiot Atabey
Dready,

Mark my words, before the decade is out we'll have a scalping or two from Ja'. You will no doubt have a private fit and grinding ya teeth will extend "congratulations" for the DR lads, but in reality another massive blow to your swollen head will have been delivered.

you are such a predictable fool. always taking the easy way out, by predicting things that cannot be proved, because they are yet to happen. just like you are going to overtake Jamaica on the Human Development Index. well, it has not happened yet. you never have done it, and you are not doing it ap present. anyone can predict anything. i predict that the DR will send the first man to Saturn. can anyone argue that? of course not? it is POSSIBLE. it is just not PROBABLE.. that is Atabey's problem. he does not understand the concept of likelihoods, and bases his arguments on what CAN happen. sure, but it is a study of IFs. if your aunt had balls, she would be your uncle.
Written by: Atabey, 27 Mar 2013 7:32 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--

Costa Rica 2 Jamaica 0

After today's dismal play against Costa Rica and with a very angry Mexico next up, I don't see much hope for ya, Dready.


Written by: dreadlocks, 27 Mar 2013 7:36 PM
From: United States
you are SOOOOO ignorant, it is pitiful. Jamaica has not beaten Costa Rica very often, Costa Rica is one of the best teams in CONCACAF, so it is no surprise that they beat Jamaica. man, why do you always open that smelly trap of yours, and put your dirty feet in it? it takes the very best effort that Jamaica can produce to beat Costa Rica. we can beat you with our hands tied, however.
Written by: dreadlocks, 27 Mar 2013 7:39 PM
From: United States
by the way, Atabey i congratulate the DR on winning the WBC, however, do not get too puffed up. the DR did not field its best team, but neither did the other top countries, so it is really a b-grade tournament. kind of like the World Cup without people like Messi.
Written by: dreadlocks, 27 Mar 2013 7:51 PM
From: United States
hey, Atabey, you can root against Jamaica in the World Cup qualifiers, all you want to. firstly, we can beat you with 7 players. secondly, soccer is not the national sport. track is. and, come next Olympics, we are going to beat you like a drum, like we ALWAYS do.
Written by: Atabey, 27 Mar 2013 8:34 PM
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Written by: dreadlocks, 27 Mar 2013 7:51 PM


hey, Atabey, you can root against Jamaica in the World Cup qualifiers, all you want to. firstly, we can beat you with 7 players. secondly, soccer is not the national sport. track is. and, come next Olympics, we are going to beat you like a drum, like we ALWAYS do.


Says the deary Dready; "we can beat you with 7 players"

What udder display of insanity! So you Dready are saying that Team DR would lose to a 4 down Jamaican squad!

What is going on in that head of yours! Even Lautaro can't save you on this one!


To repeat: DR is NOT yet at the same soccer level of Jamaica, but it's gaining on your boyz Dready. I predict that sometime during this decade, 2010-2020, DR will win against Jamaica. That's a reasonable and sensible assumption, however much it might hurt the feelings of some people like Deary "DD" Dready.

BTW, DD when was the last time Team anything Jamaica won a World Team Competition all by itself?

Written by: TinyTim, 27 Mar 2013 8:52 PM
From: United States
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Written by: dreadlocks, 27 Mar 2013 8:52 PM
From: United States
says Atabey


To repeat: DR is NOT yet at the same soccer level of Jamaica, but it's gaining on your boyz Dready

gaining on Jamaica in soccer? prove it. you are the typical manana man. no, you have never beaten Jamaica in soccer. you cannot do it now. but you believe that you will win against Jamaica. why is that? what are the signs? as a matter of fact, the Jamaican team beat the USA, and tied Mexico , IN MEXICO CITY, something thyat was last done 68 years ago. so, keep dreaming. secondly, Jamaica plays two team sports; cricket, and soccer. it is never expected to win the world cup, and it has participated as a part of the West Indies cricket team, which has won the Ashes several times. anyway, let us not get into a sports competition between the DR and Jamaica. we won more gold medals in one Olympic race than you won in your entire history, in Seoul. has the DR ever produced an athlete that has been declared the best , of all time, in his sport?
Written by: TinyTim, 27 Mar 2013 8:53 PM
From: United States
Written by: Atabey, 25 Mar 2013 7:41 PM
From: United States, NYC


Jamaica will be next!

And yes I know that's their national sport.

----------I gather you are an optimist.

How can you compare the DR with Jamaica?.

Just enjoy their victory and stop talking nonsense.

That's like saying that Hipolito Mejias plays better guitar than JImmy Hendrix..
Written by: dreadlocks, 27 Mar 2013 8:55 PM
From: United States
finally, a sprint relay in the Olympics is a team sport. not because it only has 4 people does not mean it is not a team sport. we have the world record in that race, setting it, then breaking it twice. as i said before, we even have a world champion bobsledder. how is your bobsled team? how many world heavyweight champion boxers do you have? apart from baseball, what else do you play at an international level?
Written by: dreadlocks, 27 Mar 2013 8:56 PM
From: United States
he can't stop talking nonsense. it is in his genes.
Written by: Atabey, 27 Mar 2013 9:16 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--


Says the deary Dready; "we can beat you with 7 players"

What udder display of insanity! So you Dready are saying that Team DR would lose to a 4 down Jamaican squad!

What is going on in that head of yours! Even Lautaro can't save you on this one!


To repeat: DR is NOT yet at the same soccer level of Jamaica, but it's gaining on your boyz Dready. I predict that sometime during this decade, 2010-2020, DR will win against Jamaica. That's a reasonable and sensible assumption, however much it might hurt the feelings of some people like Deary "DD" Dready.

BTW, DD when was the last time Team anything Jamaica won a World Team Competition all by itself?


So the answer is NEVER!

An individual Great can spawn from anywhere in this world. A TEAM takes a far greater level of preparation and dedication by a collective group of talented individuals and management. It is thus FAR the greater challenge to win on a collective level than under an individual level.



Written by: Atabey, 27 Mar 2013 9:22 PM
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Written by: TinyTim, 27 Mar 2013 8:53 PM


Written by: Atabey, 25 Mar 2013 7:41 PM



Jamaica will be next!

And yes I know that's their national sport.

----------I gather you are an optimist.

Yes, I am with regards to sports development in DR. Soccer/Futbol being an increasingly competitive sport for the DR. And I see the DR gaining greater mastery with time and effort on the pitch.



Just enjoy their victory and stop talking nonsense.

That's like saying that Hipolito Mejias plays better guitar than JImmy Hendrix..


Yes, I agree that DD Dready talks a lot of nonsense:


Written by: dreadlocks, 27 Mar 2013 7:51 PM


hey, Atabey, you can root against Jamaica in the World Cup qualifiers, all you want to. firstly, we can beat you with 7 players. "


Not even Brazil or Argentina could beat the DR with only 7 men on the field!

Of course, DD Dready says his Jamaican Team would win such a match against the DR!

Mucha mierda for sure from "DD"

Written by: dreadlocks, 27 Mar 2013 9:23 PM
From: United States
you are an idiot. a RELAY TEAM is a team. so yes, we have won, and against the best. i see you know nothing about track, or you would understand that a sprint relay is the epitome of teamwork. that is why the USA has sent the best athletes to the Olympics on several occasions, and dropped out of the relays because of bad teamwork. besides, when you win a world baseball cup where all the best people show up, then you can brag. the Olympics is where all the very best meet.
Written by: dreadlocks, 27 Mar 2013 9:25 PM
From: United States
Not even Brazil or Argentina could beat the DR with only 7 men on the field!

Brazil and Argentina would slaughter the DR with 7 players.
Written by: dreadlocks, 27 Mar 2013 9:33 PM
From: United States
Atabey, let me ask you a simple question, just to see your level of dementia. do you really believe that the DR can beat an Argentina, or Brazilian, or Spanish, or English, or German team which lines up a goalie and a 3-3-1 field formation? you really think so?
Written by: Atabey, 28 Mar 2013 8:00 AM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--
Your contention that 7 Jamaican players would win against a full DR squad IS THE HYPERBOLE I AM ADDRESSING.

SIMPLY PUT, YOU ARE TALKING MUCHA MIERDA.

BTW, I saw this other piece of mierda peddling from you: something that had not happen in 68 years-Jamaica tieing Mexico at the Aztec. I guess it's too much to ask someone with your mental infirmity to retain relevant memory from 1997 and the USA 0-0 match againt Mexico at the Azteca!

68 years indeed!

:)
Written by: dreadlocks, 28 Mar 2013 9:15 AM
From: United States
the remark about 68 years was posted by Tiny Tim, and i merely used that reference. the fact is, Atabey, you have no concept of soccer. you have no idea how the game is played. you have no idea how many teams have won against equivalent teams with 2 men down. soccer is a game of skill, positioning, and accuracy, not the number of people on the field. when Ronaldinho was sent off against England in a world cup game, Brazil actually played better after he was off. maybe Jamaica would not beat the DR with 7, but definitely with a goalkeeper and 8 field players.. at present, the DR could not beat a Jamaican squad playing a 3-3-2 formation. with a goalkeeper. not today.
Written by: Atabey, 28 Mar 2013 10:15 AM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--



'A chicken without a head'

Thursday, March 28, 2013

A chicken without a head, a lack of cohesiveness, lack of movements, poor communication, the need for a good passer of the ball, players out of positions; were some of the reasons given why Jamaica slumped to their first defeat of the CONCACAF World

Source:

jamaicaobserver

At least we have some Jamaicans that know a thing or two about the game.


Oh no! - Boyz deliver another poor show in loss to Costa Rica

Thursday, March 28, 2013

IF the Reggae Boyz want to win games then they had better start taking their opportunities. That's the view of head coach Theodore Whitmore following his team's 0-2 loss to Costa Rica in their third-round CONCACAF World Cup Qualifier at the Estadio

So many things went wrong against Costa Rica

Another wake up call was bitterly delivered with a telling 2-0 defeat to our national team on Tuesday night in San Jose at the Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica,"


:)



Written by: TinyTim, 28 Mar 2013 10:38 AM
From: United States
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Written by: Atabey, 28 Mar 2013 10:38 AM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--
dreadlocks,

the remark about 68 years was posted by Tiny Tim, and i merely used that reference."


Again, because someone post outlandish material YOU DEARY "DD" DREADY REGURGITATE IT!


I don't know as much about soccer as I do about Baseball, but having developed an interest in soccer/Futbol since the early 1980s from my Tico amigo, I've come to understand far more about the game than you could possibly understand or give credit to a Dominican.

Be very careful Drerady assuming this Dominicans doesn't know a "little" about the game of soccer. I've known about the La Masia for well over two decades. And that a Núñez (Josep Núñez) gave the OK to Johan Cruyff (leader of the famed Dutch Team that should have won a Cup, but never did)in 1979 to establish a copy of the Ajax Academy in Barcelona.

.Just because I don't take the time to correct you shouldn't give you the comfort of thinking you can pass your senility unto DT without due reply, at a time of MY choosing.
Written by: Atabey, 28 Mar 2013 10:39 AM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--

You might find that my Tico friend has schooled me well over the years in the game of Futbol. So beware old goat, that recent 2-0 trashing might get revisted on you ASAP.


:)

Written by: TinyTim, 28 Mar 2013 10:41 AM
From: United States
TinyTim said to Atabay

---I gather you are an optimist

Just enjoy their victory and stop talking nonsense

That's like saying that Hipolito Mejias plays better guitar than JImmy Hendrix


-------Atabay said to TinyTim

Yes, I agree that DD Dready talks a lot of nonsense

TinyTimT writes to Atabay:

----Do you feel better claiming that what I told you I told dreadlocks?

Feeling like a bigger man?

Any Dominican with an ounce of intelligence knows we are not in the same league as Jamaica when it comes to Soccer

Not now and in my opinion not 25 years from now

I know Dominicans like you, always wanting to have the last word. Thinking that by having the last word others will think he is intelligent

You need attention, right?.

For which reason you always say nonsense knowing that dreadlocks will call you out on it

By you claiming I said to dreadlocks something I said to you shows you need to grow up
Written by: dreadlocks, 28 Mar 2013 1:12 PM
From: United States
Tiny Tim, Atabey is a guy who suffers from a disease that the American Mental Health institution calls Histrionic Personality Syndrome. he is in severe need of approval, and attention. he has some unresolved childhood issues, and he needs some serious interventions. the illness is a combination of a need for attention, and for acceptance. so, he opens a new thread every day, to make sure that nobody forgets he is here. it does not matter what the topic is. he has to be noticed. he came to the forum with a big noise, only to be recognized as a know nothing half wit. so, what did he do? he created this fiction about being a guy with a Masters degree, and a minor in economics. it soon became obvious that he knew nothing about economics, because he knew less than zero about statistics. he did not even know what a scatter chart is. so, he went back into his original posting, and changed economics to business administration. worse, because he cannot do simple fractions.
Written by: dreadlocks, 28 Mar 2013 1:14 PM
From: United States
how can you have a degree in business without knowing percentages? now he will not disclose which University he got this fictitious degree from.

pay him no mind. he is not well. the only good thing here is that most of the board knows that something is not working properly in his head, and feel pity for him.
Written by: TinyTim, 28 Mar 2013 1:28 PM
From: United States
Written by: dreadlocks

Tiny Tim, Atabey is a guy who suffers from a disease that the American Mental Health institution calls Histrionic Personality Syndrome. he is in severe need of approval, and attention. he has some unresolved childhood issues, and he needs some serious interventions. the illness is a combination of a need for attention, and for acceptance. so, he opens a new thread every day, to make sure that nobody forgets he is here. it does not matter what the topic is. he has to be noticed. he came to the forum with a big noise, only to be recognized as a know nothing half wit. so, what did he do? he created this fiction about being a guy with a Masters degree, and a minor in economics.

---You back and forth with him are legendary.

I've been reading for almost 3 years.

Like I said before, I used to come here just for the arguments.

You are right, at times he sounds like he needs professional help.

Or he just needs the attention because he is lonely. LOL.
Written by: dreadlocks, 28 Mar 2013 1:47 PM
From: United States
maybe he is lonely. i mean, who would want to spend time in the company of a moron like that? i feel sorry for his handlers at the psychiatric ward.
Written by: TinyTim, 29 Mar 2013 8:30 AM
From: United States
by: TinyTim,

Written by: dreadlocks

Tiny Tim, Atabey is a guy who suffers from a disease that the American Mental Health institution calls Histrionic Personality Syndrome. he is in severe need of approval, and attention. he has some unresolved childhood issues, and he needs some serious interventions. the illness is a combination of a need for attention, and for acceptance. so, he opens a new thread every day, to make sure that nobody forgets he is here. it does not matter what the topic is. he has to be noticed. he came to the forum with a big noise, only to be recognized as a know nothing half wit.

----LOL

His writings are ones I don't read much. Maybe 1-2 out of 50. The long copy and paste ones?, never

I remember when this site had intelligent posters in abundance. I looked forward to reading the many great threads

Then people started getting banned and now the forums are as lonely/deserted as the Sahara Desert

That's sad.
Written by: dreadlocks, 29 Mar 2013 9:19 AM
From: United States
there is an economic theory called Gresham's Law, which states that bad money drives out good money.
that is what happened here. the guys like Atabey drove out the intelligent posters, who just could not tolerate their levels of stupidity.
Written by: TinyTim, 29 Mar 2013 5:55 PM
From: United States
Written by: dreadlocks, 29 Mar 2013 9:19 AM
From: United States
there is an economic theory called Gresham's Law, which states that bad money drives out good money.
that is what happened here. the guys like Atabey drove out the intelligent posters, who just could not tolerate their levels of stupidity.

------It doesn't help the site any when people talk nonsense. That's for sure.

In my opinion, Atabay is not a bad guy. Just someone who likes to push people's buttons. Someone who thinks he knows it all.

It's hard to believe some of the things the says.

Maybe some dislike his style but I don't think many stopped posting because of him.

Can't say the same thing about the troublemakers.

I say stop banning popular members and get rid of the report function and this site will get back to it's glorious days.
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