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Saintfiet: I never said Daneil smelt of alcohol; T&T coach adds Cato to list of noncommittal players

Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Team coach Tom Saintfiet suggested he is not to blame for insinuations that defender Daneil Cyrus turned up smelling of alcohol at the team’s camp on New Year’s Day, despite his public comments on the matter.

On Sunday evening, Saintfiet told reporters that: “Two of the players came one and a half hours too late in camp and had still decent smell of alcohol around him (sic). That was Daneil Cyrus and Jomal Williams.

“Both were immediately sent home, back to party—but are replaced in the squad.”

Cyrus denied that he turned up at the team hotel smelling of alcohol and said he was offended by the suggestion while his aunt, Phyllis Andrews, said the W Connection defender had just one glass of Bailey’s that morning.

Saintfiet’s response was that he never specifically said Cyrus smelt of alcohol.

“I never said Daneil smelt of alcohol,” the Belgian coach told Wired868. “I said I smelt alcohol. I stood next to them and said I smelt alcohol…

“For me, the real issue was the late coming.”

Saintfiet explained that, if Cyrus had called before their noon check-in, he might have allowed him to enter camp. Tardiness, he said, was the main reason why he axed Cyrus and midfielder Jomal Williams from this week’s 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup playoffs.

The W Connection defender said he could not remember exactly when he told his teammate, Alvin Jones, that he had a flat tyre and was running late. But he believed it was before noon.

Photo: Central FC midfielder Leston Paul (left) flies into a tackle against W Connection defender Daneil Cyrus during Pro League action at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva on 12 December 2016. (Courtesy Chevaughn Christopher/Wired868)
Photo: Central FC midfielder Leston Paul (left) flies into a tackle against W Connection defender Daneil Cyrus during Pro League action at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva on 12 December 2016.
(Courtesy Chevaughn Christopher/Wired868)

Saintfiet rubbished that claim.

“Daneil called at 12.31[pm],” said Saintfiet, “and, even then, he did not call one of us. He called a player who came to the manager and said I have Cyrus on the phone.

“And he said he would be 15 minutes [late] and he came an hour later.”

The Soca Warriors coach used striker Cornell Glen as an example of his flexibility as boss.

“[Glen] calls at 11[am] and said he had no babysitter… [Team manager] Azaad [Khan] called me and said: ‘What do we do?’ And I said let him come, bring the baby girl with [him] and let them come and pick [her] up afterwards…

“I am there to solve problems and Cornell Glen was the first one in camp [on New Year’s Day]. The baby girl was there for a few hours, [then] they picked her up. No problem. Because we trained only in the evening.

“If you have a problem, call. But you have to call before 12 o’ clock. Otherwise who proves you did not leave home before 12 o’ clock?”

Photo: Trinidad and Tobago and Orlando City playmaker Kevin Molino (right) hurdles a tackle against Panama during an international friendly in March 2015. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)
Photo: Trinidad and Tobago and Orlando City playmaker Kevin Molino (right) hurdles a tackle against Panama during an international friendly in March 2015.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/Wired868)

Saintfiet spoke in detail about Orlando City midfielder Kevin Molino’s absence from the team too. He explained that the midfield ace did ask to be included in the squad to face Suriname and Haiti this week. But that was after he had already turned down the chance to join the team in camp last month and play in Nicaragua.

“Kevin told me face to face: ‘Coach I have to go back to Orlando [on 22 December] to arrange some stuff. I am not available [to train]’. I said okay then you can come to Nicaragua. He said no.

“I asked him about the games against Suriname and Haiti and he told me very straight: ‘I am not motivated, I am not in shape, I do not want to play at the moment’.

“Later, he changed his vision and he said: ‘Yeah, okay I will play’. But when he told us the first moment ‘I am not motivated to play for the national team, I am not ready’ then…”

For the first time, Saintfiet revealed that San Jose Earthquakes winger Cordell Cato also made himself unavailable to represent his country.

Photo: Honduras winger Boniek Garcia (right) and Emilio Izaguirre (left) vie for the ball with Trinidad and Tobago winger Cordell Cato during their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier in San Pedro Sula, Honduras on 15 November 2016. (Copyright AFP 2016/Orlando Sierra)
Photo: Honduras winger Boniek Garcia (right) and Emilio Izaguirre (left) vie for the ball with Trinidad and Tobago winger Cordell Cato during their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier in San Pedro Sula, Honduras on 15 November 2016.
(Copyright AFP 2016/Orlando Sierra)

Saintfiet stood by his decision to omit Molino—although he eventually made himself available—on the grounds that the gifted midfielder did not have a valid reason for skipping the team’s preparations in December and he needed to be consistent with his players.

“[Molino] was not interested to play Nicaragua. He wanted first to have the holiday off. And then because the president [David John-Williams] spoke with him then he said: ‘Yeah okay, I will be playing’… Why [would he be allowed to join] the current team to play without going to training when Jan-Michael [Williams] and Sean De Silva and Nathaniel [Garcia] have to be in camp?

“He is holidaying. He is not occupied with [his] club somewhere or anything else. By the way, [Cordell] Cato is exactly the same. He was also selected but he also said I prefer a holiday instead of training.”

Was Saintfiet concerned about burning bridges with key players, after his public criticisms?

The coach said he was only being honest. And he reiterated that he would never close the door on a player because of a previous disagreement.

Photo: Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Team coach Tom Saintfiet (right) makes a point to paramedic Dave Isaacs during training at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain on 15 December 2016. (Courtesy Nicholas Williams/Wired868)
Photo: Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Team coach Tom Saintfiet (right) makes a point to paramedic Dave Isaacs during training at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain on 15 December 2016.
(Courtesy Nicholas Williams/Wired868)

“No, I cannot judge about [their reaction to my criticisms],” said Saintfiet. “I only see at the moment that these players are not committed to the national team. And it is sad because we play two important qualifiers for our country.

“But I cannot think in their position. I don’t know what the reasons are behind that. I don’t know the history and I even don’t want to think about that. I am occupied with what I have and I am very satisfied with the boys who I have. That’s my task—working with the guys who are there.”

Saintfiet also called on Wired868 to give him his due.

The Warriors coach pointed out that the website said Trinidad and Tobago’s 2-1 loss to Nicaragua was the country’s first ever defeat to the Central American nation. However, he suggested enough was not made of the fact that Trinidad and Tobago had never played in Nicaragua before. And enough credit was not given for the Warriors’ subsequent 3-1 win in Managua.

“Never in history [has] Trinidad and Tobago played in Nicaragua,” said Saintfiet. “[…] There are five meetings [for Trinidad and Tobago] against Nicaragua and I wrote history. I am the first one to win in Nicaragua… So [that is also] historic.”

Photo: Trinidad and Tobago midfielders Alvin Jones (centre) and Hashim Arcia (left) in action against Nicaragua on 27 December 2016. (Copyright Leonel Rodriguez/TTFA Media)
Photo: Trinidad and Tobago midfielders Alvin Jones (centre) and Hashim Arcia (left) in action against Nicaragua on 27 December 2016.
(Copyright Leonel Rodriguez/TTFA Media)

Saintfiet has the opportunity to enhance his reputation this week when he leads a weakened team into competitive battle against Suriname and Haiti. Only one team will advance to the final Gold Cup play off round.

Trinidad and Tobago won their last five internationals against Suriname—between 1992 and 2012—and their last defeat to the Dutch-speaking nation came in a friendly on 5 May 1985.

Haiti are another prospect altogether.

Trinidad and Tobago won eight of 16 meetings with Haiti in this millennium with two draws and six losses. However, the two island republic’s last win against the Haitians was six years ago.

And, crucially, the last meeting between the two nations ended in a 1-0 win for the French-speaking islanders on 8 January 2016, which denied the Warriors a chance to compete at the Copa America Centenario competition.

Saintfiet might not have the country’s most decorated players with him, as he tries to avoid a repeat against Haiti. But, he insists, he has the most committed.

Photo: Trinidad and Tobago defender Radanfah Abu Bakr (centre) walks away while Haiti players celebrate their 1-0 win in the 2016 Copa America play off contest at the Rommel Fernandez Stadium, Panama City on 8 January 2016. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/CA-images/Wired868)
Photo: Trinidad and Tobago defender Radanfah Abu Bakr (centre) walks away while Haiti players celebrate their 1-0 win in the 2016 Copa America play off contest at the Rommel Fernandez Stadium, Panama City on 8 January 2016.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/CA-images/Wired868)

Trinidad and Tobago face Suriname from 7pm on 4 January before tackling Haiti from 5pm on 8 January. Both games will be held at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva.

(Trinidad and Tobago 20-man Gold Cup playoff squad)

Goalkeepers: Adrian Foncette (Police FC), Glenroy Samuel (Ma Pau Stars);

Defenders: Carlos Edwards (Ma Paul Stars), Curtis Gonzales (Defence Force), Carlyle Mitchell (Seoul E-Land—Korea Republic), Radanfah Abu Bakr (Sillamae Kallen—Estonia), Maurice Ford (W Connection), Aubrey David (Deportivo Saprissa—Costa Rica);

Midfielders: Kevan George (Jacksonville Armada—USA), Andre Boucaud (Dagenham & Redbridge—England), Alvin Jones, Hughtun Hector (both W Connection);

Attacking midfielders: Aikim Andrews (W Connection), Trevin Caesar (Orange County Blues—USA), Hashim Arcia (Defence Force), Nathan Lewis, Tyrone Charles (both San Juan Jabloteh);

Forwards: Akeem Roach (Club Sando), Shahdon Winchester (Murcielagos FC—Mexico), Cornell Glen (Ozone FC Bengalaru—India).

Technical staff: Tom Saintfiet (head coach), Russell Latapy (assistant coach), Jamaal Shabazz (assistant coach), Lukas Wojciak (goalkeeper coach), Riedoh Berdien (trainer), Dr Terence Babwah (doctor), Dave Isaac (paramedic), Michael Williams (equipment manager), Shaun Fuentes (press officer), Azaad Khan (interim manager).

About Lasana Liburd

Lasana Liburd
Lasana Liburd is the CEO and Editor at Wired868.com and a journalist with over 20 years experience at several Trinidad and Tobago and international publications including Play the Game, World Soccer, UK Guardian and the Trinidad Express.

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101 comments

  1. No surprises here, this is a reflection of a NATIONAL approach to everything, these players did not drop from MARS, they come from among us and we all know the problems any serious coach of our National Team has to face, it is a cultural thing and must be seriously addressed by the leadership of TTFA itself. Take a look at ALL competitions in the country commencing at youth level and you will see this type of behavior replicated over and over. so when they get to the senior level what should we expect?

  2. I am supporting coach saintfeit all the way when a player get call up to represent his / her country you shall represent with pride & honour if they can not do that optout

  3. Andre Baptiste needs to chill and allow the new Coach to work.

  4. Done out of position half of game and lacking condition …coach shoud meet your arses shuttling the field before training with some rum hidden in gym bag at least but your there working on condition and line…….geez and whether it’s false reports there should be no reports….and is that.

  5. An apology is also good enough to ve considered in the future so well done J. Willians……nobody’s perfect .I would do the same thing if I had to get results in 2 games or be fired so I’ll start firing first…..How many of us would dfend our job if anyone puts it at risk ?

  6. You could drink and lime in a sweat in a community, or sweat then drink and drink while sweating on new years day on time too ……we all do …
    ..so find yourself in training on time after you drink ……or don’t come at all
    We all call our workplace when arriving bit late …….sometimes we tell a co worker but the correct thing is to inform the boss direct but ike Glenn did…….jokers ……..and my money isnt to spend on tardiness that’s why after 20 minutes we have no bleeping defence and by halftime no shape in the midfield all over……..
    Man do whatever coach pick school boys an all cause I fed up with this nonsense now………..it’s called principle…..

  7. I doubt very much these problems could now be harvesting probably coach Hart must have been sweeping a lot of shit under the rug unknowing to the general public. When everyone blaming Hart the reality is a bunch of delinquents and rum suckers the man had to deal with all the time.

  8. Coach even said no problem with the drinking but tardiness…..in other words old school club coconuts till 4 am and be up for basketball training at 8…am on time……or nothing at all……..damn right

  9. We should breathalyze Latas and Saintfeit before every game and practice. Next thing, the man should have never admitted he drank alcohol. Yes, I was late but I didn’t drink anything. Just saying.

  10. I believe dey should scrap this team and forget WC qualifiers yes…Send home everybody and build a new team and focus on 2022.

  11. Jomal Williams apologises and admits to a couple drinks in an interview with CTV: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qElRU_0pdww&app=desktop

  12. Guess who is that same problem ? he played for Italy, Liverpool and few other clubs in Europe. No matter how good you are if you is a problem child they will bench you” Mario Balotelli Barwuah”

  13. He is a mad man check him out good

  14. The man looking for winners. You slack and you’ll get drop simple as that. I could bet half of the previous team may never return because they aren’t ready to commit, they don’t have a love for the game.

  15. The coach DID mention that someone had the smell of alcohol on their breath during his interview on TV6 last night.

  16. Takes a foreigner to shine us up. Trini mentality has to change

  17. Don’t Believe Everything You See In The Media

  18. Well done Saintfiet. If they do not want to play give someone else a chance.

  19. Let the man do his job. Trinidadian players have to learn discipline. We’re not going anywhere and no one is seeing their attitude towards the game as the problem. We could bring PEP here and it won’t make a difference

  20. Anytime is Trinidad time doesn’t apply here .. be professional or exit .. simple

  21. Its about time some one get serious with the football in Trinidad and Tobago, for far to long we are accepting excuses from individuals (footballers/ coaches).

    I am looking on with intrest to see how really serious the present National team coach and his deputies are, just hope there decisions are not just to please certain individuals.

  22. Discipline is undoubtedly very important to the success of any team, but it can prove detrimental if there is dubious statements made about players, this only serves to undermine the morale of the team.

  23. Lasana the coach asked to be recognized for the win vs Nicaragua which he indicated was a feat accomplished…Wasn’t it a feat accomplished with the first game loss to Nicaragua as well? Not sure just asking.

  24. Hahahahhaha hahahahaha allyuh leave me alone with the soap opera that is we football please!!

    Send them home to party because they were smelling of alcohol,..,no wait, send them home because of their tardiness? Well which is coach smelling of alcohol or tardiness??

    Then Cornell Glenn didn’t have a baby sitter, ok well bring the child to practice and somebody will pick them up later.

    ARE YOU EFFIN KIDDING ME?!?!?

    This is some Uber Third World BS, really allyuh, no ah mean really????…and then Latas come back now to add to all the bacahnal:) O lord my God is there no help for the widow’s son?

  25. Lasana what about Sheldon Bateau am not hearing anything about him why was he omitted isn’t he in Trinidad too? Cause he played in the charity match too

    • Lasana Liburd

      Well, apparently Bateau’s club refused to let him represent his country. Whereas, in the case of Molino, Joevin and Cato, it seems to be the players themselves who didn’t want to play. Or didn’t convince Saintfiet that they wanted to play badly enough.

  26. I like this coach yes… we not.winning WITH THEM…may as well set.a.standard for the next generation

  27. I want to see if these players make themselves available for the WCQ matches, if not questions need to be asked as to whether these refusals are an organized “strike”.

    In the recent past most of these players had their greatest national success with KJ and Jan Michael as leaders. With the Coach discarding these leaders, could it be that the boys that battled with KJ and Jan are making a point to the Coach and TTFA?

    I realize its Christmas/New Year’s, outside FIFA window and even possible that the foreign based players might not want to play under the circumstances but I am beginning to wonder if this is not coordinated against TTFA. A form of quiet player protest.

    • Lasana Liburd

      Hard to read these young men. I presume we will get an obscure Instagram message from someone sooner or later. Lol.
      All signs point to Molino being the leader of the younger players. So we wait to see.

  28. We now get a coach to deal with the delinquents . IF you want to represent your country we need 110% nothing less or go and play fete matches

  29. Desperation lacks subtlety but tact is a sign of intelligence. Subtlety and tact ….seems to be lacking 🙂

  30. I don’t understand what going on with Molino. After nearly a year out you would think he would be “tusty” to make up for that time out.

  31. A blind man could have seen it was tardiness before alcohol from your previous article. Alcohol always seemed like the secondary issue with Cyrus.

  32. no, he will have a team of trinidadian who take pride and respect themselves and their talent/job.instead of the fighting that happens in every sport

  33. On another note, if a player’s car shuts down, and he cannot get to the venue on time, he should call the coach and inform him of his situation.

  34. I fully agree with Cheney. On a match day players are required to be at the venue at least one hour before the match. They should do the same for training sessions.

  35. By the time this man finish he would not have a team????

  36. it seems TT finally get a serious, discipline, no nonsense coach….

  37. How much minutes does a player have to reach at the venue before a match. Why can’t they take this approach to everything they do with regards to time and punctuality?

  38. Wait nah…we love The Saint now ?
    Na na na na na… na na na na na !!!!!!!!!

    My my my…

  39. So is everyone accepting his claim that he is not culpable for suggestions that Cyrus was smelling of alcohol?

    • Why are you clinging to that? His aunt already said he took a drink. The coach smelled alcohol and in his halting English it sounded like he was blaming both of them even though he said the word “him”. They were late and didn’ t call management. They both drank maybe one more than the other before entering camp, so there are no excuses. The team is full of undisciplined, immature brats and you seem to be more concerned with the coach’s faux pas, if you could call it that, than the mess Hart left behind.

    • Culpability has no play in this matter. The coach’s decision is final and if there are negative consequences as a result of a miscommunication and misunderstanding of what he, the coach, perceived to be or not to be, we can deal with that later. What’s clear here is that indiscipline, sub-par performances, and not meeting expectations will be addressed without delay regardless of how famous or well-liked one is – a trait sorely missing in T&T leadership, management, coaching, and counseling! Now, we need to focus on getting done the job of winning consistently! It will take some time so we need to focus.

    • Lasana, your bias is apparent in your article eh and considering the position we’re in, you will never get me, at least, to agree with you. Let’s get on with the work

    • Gerard Johnson you said it well, it is HART which left this mess for the new coach to deal with…..it cant be overnight they became so indiscipline, and unpatriot

    • That’s not the point. Nothing to do with what you think of me.
      The coach said he never said Cyrus smelt of alcohol and I noticed nobody had anything to say on it. So I asked.
      Savitri, my defence will always be my work. Best way to call me out is to show inaccuracies in my story.
      I never respond to subjective nonsense about bias. People call me pro-x on Monday. And anti-x by Friday. You’re wasting your time with that one.
      My question was simple: Do you accept coach’s claim?
      Anyone can say “yes” or “no” and move on as they choose eh. Certain people squeamish yes.

    • Savitri, you will have no problem supporting your claim i am sure. Jus copy and paste those apparent biases that you see.

    • Lasana Liburd “Two of the players came one and a half hours too late in camp and had still decent smell of alcohol around him (sic),” said Saintfiet. “That was Daneil Cyrus and Jomal Williams. Both were immediately sent home, back to party—but are replaced in the squad.” Around “him”. English is not his natural tongue. You even put sic next to it. Move on Slick

    • matters not about the alcohol issue, the tardines and lack of commitment is the issue. This is WC qualifying and we are bottom two and Molino Cato and Joevin not using every opportunity to play… seems to me they give up

    • Gerard Johnson the reason I put (sic) next to it is because the matter of whether it is plural or not is kinda relevant. But mostly because I wanted to quote him precisely because he wanted to be quoted precisely.
      Using sic is a slur now? Ok. Lol. Anybody except gerard then?

    • Try Alyuh best eh Trini Don and Gerard Johnson my Coach Hart never left any mess for Coach Tom to fix eh, some of our players have been indiscipline and unpatriotic from a very long time ago now and especially many of these nowadays so call professional players, who knows nothing about being devoted eh. Them really good yes.

    • He is culpable Lasana. Great player management skills. I guess some folks are OK with his style. Make everything public and the embarassment would cause them to be more responsible.

    • Lasana Liburd Calm down Slick you are not the only journalist here. I knew why you put sic and I was pointing out to you that you recognized the inconsistency in what he said. So don’t get your draws in a bunch. The coach’s English is not that good. Let me rewrite a sentence for you.“Two of the players came one and a half hours too late in camp…“That was Daneil Cyrus and Jomal Williams. Both were immediately sent home,..” That’s what he meant in his convoluted statement. Instead he tried to add in the statement about alcohol and in his poor English, confused the damn sentence. Now if you want to hold him accountable for English being his second language, then go ahead.

    • Earl Mango Pierre That may be true. But if you didn’t clean up the mess when you were there then you left a mess also.

    • Interesting slant Gerard Johnson about ‘adding the statement about alcohol and confused the damn sentence’. I believe he confused me about the Cyrus I know as well.

    • Timothy Rochford lol Hey for some reason I cannot see that piece I wrote. It’s disappeared from my view.

    • Lasana Liburd Calm down Slick you are not the only journalist here. I knew why you put sic and I was pointing out to you that you recognized the inconsistency in what he said. So don’t get your draws in a bunch. The coach’s English is not that good. Let me rewrite a sentence for you.“Two of the players came one and a half hours too late in camp…“That was Daneil Cyrus and Jomal Williams. Both were immediately sent home,..” That’s what he meant in his convoluted statement. Instead he tried to add in the statement about alcohol and in his poor English, confused the damn sentence. Now if you want to hold him accountable for English being his second language, then go ahead.

    • Here it is Gerard Johnson…No worry I get your drift.

    • I didn’t delete anything. And, yes Gerard, I was fair to coach there and even put video clip of his statement below.
      I will accept blame if I misquoted someone. But not for quoting him exactly.
      And I couldn’t tidy his speech since his exact wording was key there.

    • Timothy Rochford That’s some weird shit.

    • Yeah but Gerard Johnson if you remember when my Coach Hart was cleaning up the mess, some of the same folks on wired was saying this and that and defending Molino and other players that have the discipline issues but as usual when the white foreign base Coaches comes to our sweet country and does the same thing eh, they are always deemed a Hero ent Them really good yes. steeuupss.

    • Hahaha Allyuh really good yes….

    • Earl Mango Pierre I can’t speak for them. I can only speak for myself. But I understand your point. I was shot down when I complained in the CONCACAF semi-final round that the team was technically flawed. Everyone was just happy to make it to the HEX. Well we got there and the team is still technically flawed.

    • Gerard Johnson the captain is technically flawed to start with

    • People sometimes don’t understand difference between patriotism and analysis.
      Worse, they feel blind obedience and loyalty is a badge of honour.

  40. Thank God he’s not pussyfooting around those who think they’re too big…get on with the work and we should give the Coach a chance, stop with the negatives now

  41. And I am so very happy that my foreign base Coach Tom like Coach Terry Fenwick will not be taking this set of crap and nonsense from our so called professional players because as I said a very long time ago, they will never be doing the set of madness with their real professional teams abroad, so why not stop doing it when it comes to our national team eh, well I am also hoping that some of our Local Coaches are also getting the message themselves eh. Them really good yes.

  42. Lol. I’m hard on everyone. That’s my job. But I give credit where it is due.
    I won’t do allyuh any good if I spent my time trying to make friends with everyone in football, rather than asking hard, awkward questions.

  43. Hmm.. this is sticky. I think the coach is demanding a standard of professionalism from the younger players that they are not used to on a local (National) level. On another note, he have to understand that 15 minutes late in Europe means and hour late in trinidad and tobago. Lmao

  44. From day one – give the man a chance to clean up discipline some of these young men

  45. Okay… We now seem to have a more committed team of players and all players and staff understand that tardiness is not tolerated. Moving on! Let’s see what we can learn from the next two games (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) to improve from wishy-washy to consistently winning more games than losing!

  46. We need a coach like this more than we need good players with this nasty unpatriotic attitude.

  47. So Cyrus excuse for being late was that his vehicle got a flat tyre.Steeuuppss. Them really good yes.

  48. Lasana Liburd You keep describing the team as a “weakened” team. On what do you base that argument? The “strengthened” team won three times in its last 13 games and never looked like a team The “weakened” team is 1 for 2 so what are you comparing? Individuals or team?

  49. Lasana yuh hard on d man lol.

  50. Molino comments lolll wow . You now get banned for two boat cruise and miss two vital qualifiers and your first words after your ban is “I am not motivated to play for the national team” ??? Lordy these men lucky it’s not Leo in charge

  51. I support saintfiet 100%. Our players tend to get away with murder

  52. Good Tommy Good . I like this man style , good insight for the supporters to see who really want to represent their country and who too soft