Carribean Digicel Cup in September 2006! Does anybody know anything about this story?

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  1. Warlord

    Warlord New Member

    Jun 8, 2005
    District of Columbia
    Thanks for confirming it. You have overseas based professionals in your squad while this "C" team has absolutely zero.

    Bruny once played for Warner's club Joe Public. I don't think he's had any offers from them recently. My point is... it really doesn't matter who you have in your squad, the Soca Warriors will wipe the floor with them;)
  2. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    hahaha this kid and his jokes. T&T won't stand a chance:D :D
  3. Warlord

    Warlord New Member

    Jun 8, 2005
    District of Columbia
    First you said that Haiti cannot compete in terms of infrastructures and finance with the likes of Trinidad and Jamaica yet you are trying to claim that Haiti individually has more potentially skillful players in the Caribbean.:rolleyes:

    You are contradicting yourself. Lemme ask you this who has had the most successful club teams in CFU? Futhermore whose players have gone on to higher heights in European football? Do you see any Haitians there?

    I can name you two of my players that are in the Premiership. Claude Davis and recently Luton Shelton.

    Here's see for yourself. This guy played with Henrik Larrson and had a deft partnership with him.
  4. Warlord

    Warlord New Member

    Jun 8, 2005
    District of Columbia
    Forgive me, I forgot how many digicel cup titles you have.:rolleyes: You'll be shedding tears like your U-20 football team come Tuesday, but don't take my word for it...wait and see for yourself. :D :D
  5. papito

    papito New Member

    May 1, 2006
    Peguero(Don Bosco) Colorado Rapids Brondby(Denmark)
    Jean Jacques Pierre Cavaly de Leogane Penarol(Uruguay) FC Nantes(France)

    I can confirm Bruny has offers again from Joe Public, it's Jack Warner himself who is asking for but i think he will not accept. By the way , maybe you don't know TnT league has been since last year after many haitian players but President of haitian clubs and some of the players refused to go because they consider TnT league is not very strong.

    Actually in Trinidad, 2 venezuelan clubs (Copa Libertadores Club )send agent to discuss with Cadet and Baptiste but they turn down the offers.

    I mean born talented player. ballas since the belly of their mother(haitian have this)
  6. papito

    papito New Member

    May 1, 2006
    Many of the Haitians are not in Europe because agent are afraid travelling to Haiti but things are changing, don't be surprised if you see many haitians in big clubs soon.

    I am very realistic Haiti clubs now or the Haitian federation doesn't have enough financial possibilities like TnT or Jamaica but in terms of pure football, haiti has more talent than both countries. Talented born for football(like brazilians)
  7. Warlord

    Warlord New Member

    Jun 8, 2005
    District of Columbia
    And why wasn't this printed in the media then? I mean two soca warrior U-20 players landed professional contracts in the Belgian League and it was all over the warriors site.

    If you like to see true skillful ballers just take a look at the NPL. Believe me you will be very very surprised.
  8. papito

    papito New Member

    May 1, 2006
    Anyway, Haiti is getting more and more dangerous at any level. Our olympic team is strong, U17 strong, U2O strong and the senior team strong.

    we will be using more oversea players now. Players who will be there for the Gold Cup if they re not injured

    Jacques Pierre Fc Nantes France

    Lesly Fellinga Groningen Holland

    Tim Velten Groningen Holland

    Phillippe Peguero Brondby Denmark

    Dimmy Jeoboam Laval France

    Fabrice Noel Colorado Rapids USA

    Jean Jacques Jamil Miami FC USA

    Pierre Mercier Louhans Cuiseaux France

    Wadson Coriollan Plaza Colonia (Uruguay) may switch to Nacional Montevideo
  9. Warlord

    Warlord New Member

    Jun 8, 2005
    District of Columbia
    Like i said the club teams of the CFU with most titles are either from Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago. No Haitian club team has won a CFU title in more than 2 decades:eek: yet you claim that your ballers are like Brazilians:rolleyes:

    Bredrin, you are contradicting yourself man. I'm not trying to start an argument with you but the evidence is their Aigle Noir went to Jamaica and lost. Trinidad has 2 clubs in the CFU finals. Jamaica's Harbourview and Portmore United won CFU back to back and Portmore got to the quarterfinals of the Concacaf Champions Cup.

    Think about what you're claiming.... seen.;)
  10. papito

    papito New Member

    May 1, 2006
    Brunel Fucien is moving back to South America in June

    Stephane Guillaume, right defender (Miami FC)refused to move to Brasil( club of Sean Fraser)

    Last year, after the U21 whipped TnT at home 3-1 TnT Clubs made offer for a lot of players but they refused.
  11. Warlord

    Warlord New Member

    Jun 8, 2005
    District of Columbia
    It's funny that clubs from South america and Trinidad and Tobago keep making offers for your players yet none of it is in the press. Very interesting:confused:
  12. papito

    papito New Member

    May 1, 2006
    Our clubs are coming back, we are on the right way. Coming strong!

    Yeah! i agree Jamaica has many players i like but i think in very near future we will scare the whole Concacaf zone.

    For now, TnT and Jamaica are ahead of Haiti in the Carribean but itwill not last longer. My prediction!
  13. papito

    papito New Member

    May 1, 2006
    Take it for funny if you want but i know it's the truth!
  14. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    so what happened to Waterhouse when they hosted Baltimore SC, 2-0 loss. Harbour view and portmore won the cfu but both those years Haitian clubs weren't competing, which explains alot
  15. Warlord

    Warlord New Member

    Jun 8, 2005
    District of Columbia
    Doesn't matter if your teams were competing or not....they still wouldv'e gotten nailed by Portmore and Harborview those years:eek: Waterhouse has always been an up and down team. And yea they did lose but your best team (champions)got beaten also. You only have 1 team that have reached the CFU finals while Trinbago has 2;)

    When its not Trinidad with two teams in the finals, then it's Jamaica or vice versa. The success of both nations club teams have transpired into the success of NT of each island. That's why I keep telling you people that there are 2 top teams in CFU and you better recognise.

    Until you unsettle either one to get to a WC or eclipse the dominance they've had in CFU football, you will NEVER get the props that you are trying so deperately to earn;)
  16. Warlord

    Warlord New Member

    Jun 8, 2005
    District of Columbia
    Not saying its untrue but I only believe the hype when I see it in print...that's all I'm saying.;)
  17. FlashEP

    FlashEP New Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Waltham, MA
    warlord your missing the point, yeah we all know T&T has 2 clubs in the semifinals, however, were there any Haitian or Jamaican clubs in their groups?

    yeah there are 2 top teams in CFU.....HAITI & CUBA, u better recognize.
  18. Warlord

    Warlord New Member

    Jun 8, 2005
    District of Columbia
    I'm glad your clubs are on the way back as you claim.... it will definitely make CFU more competitive, but honestly do you really think you can have an impact in concacaf if you can't even win a CFU title?:rolleyes:

    Let me give you a little bit of a history lesson. Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago have always been ahead of you it's not a recent thing its more like the last 30+ years. It will take a hell of alot to eclipse that type of dominance which quite frankly I can't see happening anytime soon.

    For now Haiti and Cuba will be challengers in CFU but that's about it. You saw what a "C" Trinidad and Tobago squad did to Cuba and Haiti in this tourney so far. I shudder to think what a full strength Warrior side would do to a full strength Haitian team!;)

    Also, you should be happy that Jamaica didn't qualify for this Digicel Cup tournament else it would've been a Jamaica vs Trinidad final.:)
  19. Warlord

    Warlord New Member

    Jun 8, 2005
    District of Columbia
    For you to be a top team in CFU you actually have to win some silver ware consistently to have bragging rights which neither team has done so far how can they be a considered a top team?:rolleyes:

    Haiti and Cuba =0 Caribbean cup titles combined:eek: You're a challenger to the top teams that's as far as you'll get.;)
  20. Warlord

    Warlord New Member

    Jun 8, 2005
    District of Columbia
    I mean even lowly Martinique has a Digicel Cup title over both of you!:eek:
  21. phaphane

    phaphane New Member

    Jan 16, 2007
    Hey Warlord, I dont see jamaica and trinidad, check it in
    history of gold cup, and all time champions.


    The CONCACAF Gold Cup™ is CONCACAF’s showpiece event for men’s teams as it crowns the regional champion.
    The USA won the inaugural eight-team competition in 1991, defeating Honduras before 40,000 fans at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The teams battled to a scoreless draw and the first Gold Cup was decided on penalties with the stars & stripes emerging as 4:3 victors.
    Mexico dominated the remainder of the decade, winning three consecutive CONCACAF Gold Cup™ titles (1993, 1996, 1998). Over 120,000 fans packed the Estadio Azteca as the tricolor claimed the 1993 title with a convincing 4:0 win over USA.
    Three years later, the Gold Cup field included a guest team, defending FIFA World Cup Champions, Brazil, but still Mexico captured their second title with a 2:0 victory over the samba kings in the final in front of 88,000 spectators at the L.A. Memorial Coliseum. The 1998 Gold Cup™ Final, also at the L.A. Memorial Coliseum, drew a sell-out crowd of 91,255, as the tricolor once again claimed the CONCACAF crown thanks to a 1:0 win over the USA.
    After the tournament field was increased to twelve teams for the 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cup™, Canada made history winning their first major international honour in more than 100 years of football by defeating Colombia in the final 2:0 at the L.A. Memorial Coliseum.
    After the USA claimed its first CONCACAF Gold Cup™ crown in over 10 years by topping Costa Rica in the 2002 finals at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Mexico returned to the top of the Confederation with their fourth crown in 2003 with 1:0 win over Brazil in the final at the Estadio Azteca.
    The 2005 edition of the CONCACAF Gold Cup™ was won by the USA on penalties over Panama in the Final held at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.


    When the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) was formed in 1961, the first official national team competition was held lmore than two years later in El Salvador. Nine teams took part in the first competition, Costa Rica defeating the host country in the final.
    The CONCACAF Campeonato de Naciones, as it was called, was then held every two years from 1963-1971. The second edition (1965) held in Guatemala, saw Mexico defeat the host in the final of a six-team tournament. The 1967 competition was held in Honduras and saw a third different champion crowned, Guatemala. Costa Rica won their second title as hosts in 1969, knocking off Guatemala, while two years later, Mexico won their second championship as the tournament moved to the Caribbean for the first time, held in Trinidad & Tobago.
    In 1973, the tournament kept the same format of six teams in one site playing a single round-robin, but now there were bigger stakes attaches: the Confederation’s berth in the FIFA World Cup finals. In Port-au-Prince, Haiti, the host country pulled off a shocking upset by winning the tournament and claiming a spot in West Germany 1974.
    With the Campeonato de Naciones doubling as the final World Cup qualifying tournament, the next two editions were held in Ciudad de México and Tegucigalpa, Honduras in 1977 and 1981, respectively, the host country came away as champion and grabbed the spots on offers each time. In 1985 and 1989, the winner of the World Cup qualifying tournament was again crowned Confederation champion. Canada and Costa Rica were named champions in ’85 and ’89, respectively, but without ever lifting a trophy.


    Prior to the formation of CONCACAF, football in the region was divided into smaller, regional divisions. Two main bodies existed: the Confederación Centroamericana y del Caribe de Fútbol (CCCF) founded in 1938 and the North American Football Confederation (NAFC) founded in 1946.
    The CCCF held 10 championships from 1941-1961, Costa Rica winning seven (1941, ’46, ’48, ’53, ’55, ’60, ’61), and one each by El Salvador (1943), Panama (1951) and Haiti (1957). The NAFC held two championships, in 1947 and 1949, won each time by Mexico.

    CONCACAF Gold Cup™ Year Champion
    1991 USA
    1993 Mexico
    1996 Mexico
    1998 Mexico
    2000 Canada
    2002 USA
    2003 Mexico
    2005 USA

    Nations Cup Era
    Year Champion
    1963 Costa Rica
    1965 Mexico
    1967 Guatemala
    1969 Costa Rica
    1971 Mexico
    1973 Haiti
    1977 Mexico
    1981 Honduras
    1985 Canada
    1989 Costa Rica
    1990 Canada
    1991 Mexico

    Early Years
    Confederación Centroamericana y del Caribe de Fútbol (CCCF) Championship
    Year Champion
    1941 Costa Rica
    1943 El Salvador
    1946 Costa Rica
    1948 Costa Rica
    1951 Panama
    1953 Costa Rica
    1957 Haiti
    1960 Costa Rica
    1961 Costa Rica

    North American Football Confederation (NAFC) Championship
    Year Champion
    1947 Mexico
    1949 Mexico
  22. phaphane

    phaphane New Member

    Jan 16, 2007
    Warlord same site concacaf champions cup check competition, I dont see jamaica
    CONCACAF Champions’ Cup™ All-Time Winners

    Year - Winner
    1962 – Guadalajara (MEX)
    1963 – Racing (HAI)
    1967 – Alianza (SLV)
    1968 – Toluca (MEX)
    1969 – Cruz Azul (MEX)
    1970 – Cruz Azul (MEX)
    1971 – Cruz Azul (MEX)
    1972 – Olimpia (HON)
    1973 – Transvaal (SUR)
    1974 – Municipal (GUA)
    1975 – Atlético Español (MEX)
    1976 – CD Aguila (SLV)
    1977 – Club América (MEX)
    1978 – U. de Guadalajara (MEX), CSD Comunicaciones (GUA), Defence Force (TRI)
    1979 – Deportivo FAS (SLV)
    1980 – UNAM (MEX)
    1981 – Transvaal (SUR)
    1982 – UNAM (MEX)
    1983 – Atlante (MEX)
    1984 – Violette (HAI)
    1985 – Defence Force (TRI)
    1986 – LD Alajuelense (CRC)
    1987 – Club América (MEX)
    1988 – CD Olimpia (HON)
    1989 – UNAM (MEX)
    1990 – Club América (MEX)
    1991 – Puebla (MEX)
    1992 – Club América (MEX)
    1993 – Deportivo Saprissa (CRC)
    1994 – CS Cartaginés (CRC)
    1995 – Deportivo Saprissa (CRC)
    1996 – Cruz Azul (MEX)
    1997 – Cruz Azul (MEX)
    1998 – D.C. United (USA)
    1999 – Necaxa (MEX)
    2000 – Los Angeles Galaxy (USA)
    2002 – CF Pachuca (MEX)
    2003 – CD Toluca (MEX)
    2004 - LD Alajuelense (CRC)
    2005 – Deportivo Saprissa (CRC)
    2006 - Club América (MEX)
  23. phaphane

    phaphane New Member

    Jan 16, 2007
    hey warlord
    Violette Athletic Club

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    Violette ACFull nameViolette Athletic ClubFounded1970GroundStade Sylvio Cantor
    Port-au-Prince, HaitiCapacityLeagueHaitian League2006-07 Home colours Away coloursViolette Athletic Club is a Haitian football club, one of the nation's most successful. The club is located in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and plays in the Stade Sylvio Cantor. Violette A.C. won the CONCACAF Champions' Cup in 1984.
    The club has produced many talented Haitian footballers, including Alexandre Boucicaut and Sebastien Vorbe.

    [edit] Achievements
    1939, 1957, 1968, 1983, 1995, 1999
  24. phaphane

    phaphane New Member

    Jan 16, 2007
    What's better winning the carribean cup or the concacaff nation and clubs cup?
    Racing Club Haïtien

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    Racing Club Haïtien[​IMG]Full nameRacing Club HaïtienFoundedGroundStade Sylvio Cantor
    Port-au-Prince, HaitiCapacityLeagueHaitian League2006-07  
    Racing Club Haïtien is a Haitian football club, one of the most successful in the country's history. The club plays its home games in Stade Sylvio Cator in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
    The club has won the most league championships in Haitian club history, 10, winning in 1937/38, 1941, 1946, 1947, 1953/4, 1958, 1962, 1969, 2000, and the 2002 Clôture.
    They are also one of only two Haitian clubs to have ever won the CONCACAF Champions' Cup, along with Violette A.C., winning in 1963.

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    1938, 1941, 1946, 1947, 1954, 1958, 1962, 1969, 1996, 2000, 2002 C 1963 [​IMG]This article about a North American football club is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.
  25. phaphane

    phaphane New Member

    Jan 16, 2007
    haitian players playing abroad:

    Jacques Pierre Fc Nantes France 1st division

    Genevois fc gueugnon 2nd divison

    Lesly Fellinga Groningen Holland 1st division

    Tim Velten Groningen Holland 1st division

    Phillippe Peguero Brondby Denmark 1st divison

    Dimmy Jeoboam Laval France national

    Fabrice Noel Colorado Rapids USA mls

    Jean Jacques Jamil Miami FC USA usl

    Pierre Mercier Louhans Cuiseaux France national

    Wadson Coriollan Plaza Colonia (Uruguay) may switch to Nacional Montevideo 1st division

    Azor lecce 2nd divion

    Wagneau eloi, lens, monaco france 1st divison, roeselaer Belgium 1st division

    Josue mayard Pors greenland norway 2nd division

    Stephane guillaume miami fc usl

    Sony Norde Boca junior Argentina

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