England have won their last eight matches since losing to Northern Ireland in September 2005. The winning streak equals the best under Eriksson and is two matches short of the all-time England record of 10 successive wins which was set nearly 100 years ago. They have won all nine matches they have played with Peter Crouch on the field. The defeat for Trinidad & Tobago means that none of the debutants at World Cup 2006 have yet won. Match stats: at a glance. Possession.
Nowadays in T&T an empty Amazon delivery box sitting at the side of the street next to some garbage bags isn’t an uncommon sight. In December 2014, the that Central Bank Governor Jwala Rambarran expressed concern that Trinidadians have spent more than US$1 billion buying online with credit cards over the past two years.
Trinis love their online shopping, and if the growing number of “skybox” companies popping up is an accurate indicator, the trend doesn’t seem like it would be slowing down anytime soon. As with any type of change, there are those who resist it, and those who embrace it. Some local businesses complain that they are losing business to online retailers. In my opinion, these businesses need to just suck it up and evolve with their customers.
Usage of online services like Netflix, Amazon Prime and more recently Apple Music is becoming increasingly common with Trinidadians.
As more and more millennials enter the workforce, online shopping will only grow in popularity. Having said that, there are already several local retailers who have commendably taken the eCommerce plunge and now offer online shopping and delivery locally. Here are five of these such businesses (in no particular order): 1) Categories: Household, Kitchen, Baby Items, Electronics Website: Excellent Stores, a household name in Trinidad & Tobago for many, many years offers an impressively extensive catalog of items online, and even offers gift vouchers.
2) Categories: Baked Goods & Event Catering Website: Puff ‘n Stuff, the bakery that originated in south Trinidad and is famous for their puffs and…uhh…stuff, now has an online shop.
You can pick up in store or have your items delivered for an additional cost. 3) Categories: Fresh Produce, Meat, Eggs, Dairy, Personal Care Website: If you’re like me and are lazy, and so getting up early on the weekend to go to the market is out of the question, you’ll love market movers. You can order a surprising variety of fruits, veggies, meats and other goodies from their website and have it delivered to your door.
They even have Pink Salmon, and I don’t mean the canned variety. Fancy! 4) Category: Monthly Subscription of various items Website: diemBOX is a monthly subscription service, à la . The following quote is taken from their website: “diemBOX is a monthly discovery box of 5-6 fabulous, caribbean-inspired, lifestyle items mailed directly to your door.
The beauty of the Caribbean can be seen through the varietal expressions of color and style, from the people to the music, food and culture, each island is uniquely exquisite.” Sounds like an easy way to keep that special someone happy on a monthly basis. 5) Categories: Home Furnishings, Electronics, Appliances Website: Is Courts hoss, you really need a description?
↓ • Jen-Marie April 24, 2016 at 8:33 pm TriniTrolley.com is actually a great website for Caribbean nationals, in fact right now you can get 12.5% off all groceries using MasterCard!
As a busy young professional I use them very often, not only for groceries but for books, electronics, clothes etc. Their customer service is also far superior to many stores in Trinidad. It’s usually 2 days delivery. Also I often use them as a “skybox” company as they tell me the exact amount I will pay for something I want to order from US websites before I decide to purchase.
↓ • Guido Ferrari December 1, 2018 at 4:35 pm yes but i tried to buy but i can t find their dilivery scheme as i buy from foreign! can t find that option / box to fill in. but on top i found the hoverboard that i had put in my card 50 PROCENT more expensive then anywhere in Europe………TOO MUCH RIP OF TRINITROLLEY.COM
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The Senior Men’s Team The Trinidad and Tobago Senior Men’s Team is the most followed and globally recognised National Team of the Twin Island Republic. The squad of 2005/2006 created history by securing its berth for the 2006 World Cup Finals in Germany, in the process becoming the smallest nation to ever qualify for a senior FIFA World Cup Finals, a record that stands to date. Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Men’s Team has qualified for the CONCACAF Gold Cup on nine occasions with their best performance in 2000 after reaching the semi-finals, finishing 3rd.
Their second best showing was getting to the quarter finals in 2015, losing on penalty kicks to Panama after battling to a 1-1 scoreline after extra time. T&T topped their opening group ahead of Mexico. The Team has experienced great success in the Caribbean Cup having won the sub-continental competition eight times and runners-up on six occasions. Team Staff Head Coach – Dennis LAWRENCE (TT) Assistant Coach – Sulzeer “Sol” CAMPBELL (ENG) Assistant Coach – Stuart Charles Ferrier (St Lucia) Coach – Stern JOHN (T&T) Manager – Richard PIPER (T&T) Goalkeeper Coach – Ross RUSSELL (TT) Fitness Conditioning Coach- Riedoh BURDEN (South Africa) Team Doctor-Israel DOWLAT (TT) Football Therapist- Dave ISAAC (TT) Massage Therapist- Saron JOSEPH (TT) Sport Scientist – Stephen BRADLEY (Ireland) Match Analyst- Matthew HAWKES (ENG) Media Officer – Shaun FUENTES (TT) Equipment Manager- Michael WILLIAMS (TT) Getting to the World Cup Under the guidance of Dutch mastermind Leo Beenhakker, who took over the reign from Bertille St Clair during the final round of CONCACAF qualification in 2005, T&T produced a scintillating comeback to secure a spot in the intercontinental playoff with Bahrain, after finishing fourth in the CONCACAF hexagonal.
A super late double by forward Stern John led T&T to a come from behind 3-2 victory over Guatemala at the Hasely Crawford Stadium. That result proved to me the turning point in T&T’s campaign as the return of veteran midfielder Russell Latapy to the Dwight Yorke captained team, made a dramatic recovery after stuttering in cellar spot on the table with one point from its opening three matches.
John and Dennis Lawrence had earlier helped T&T to a 2-0 win over Panama in Beenhakker’s first competitive match in charge of T&T. A 1-0 win on the road to Panama set up a frantic finale at home to Mexico with T&T needing a win to secure a place in the playoffs. Described as one of the most complete performances by a T&T team in competitive action, T&T rallied from a goal down to defeat the Mexicans 2-1 with John being the hero once again.
November proved to be the month to remember. Not only because of what occurred in 1989 when T&T, needing just a point to qualify for Italia 1990, lost 1-0 to the United States, but because once again, T&T’s fate would be determined in the penultimate month of the year, sixteen years after the dreadful 1989 experience. The country stood in high anticipation, the Soca Warriors were the talk of the town and Bahrain was the team to beat. There was somewhat of an anti climax in Port of Spain as the first leg ended 1-1 on November 12th before a sold out Hasely Crawford Stadium.
A stunning second half equalizer by English-born midfielder Chris Birchall kept T&T in the hunt and there was now everything to play for in Manama four days later. The rest is history.
The T&T starting team versus Bahrain on November 16th, 2005. Bahrain 0-1 Trinidad & Tobago (BBC report) Trinidad and Tobago reached the World Cup finals for the first time in their history after beating Bahrain. Bahrain had secured a 1-1 draw in the Caribbean on Saturday, but were outplayed in the play-off’s second leg. Wrexham’s giant defender Dennis Lawrence scored the goal, outjumping the Bahrain defence to powerfully head in a Dwight Yorke corner on 49 minutes.
In the closing stages Russell Latapy rattled the bar for Trinidad, while Hussain Ali Baba was red-carded. In a scrappy first-half Bahrain keeper Ali Hassan made a brave save, throwing himself at Stern John’s feet, after the on-loan Derby striker broke clear.
Bahrain struggled throughout against a physically stronger Trinidad team, with the home side’s best chance stemming from Kelvin Jack’s misjudgment in coming for a high ball five minutes before the interval.
The Trinidad keeper was rescued by Rangers defender Marvin Andrews who cleared the danger. After Lawrence’s goal Ahmed Hassan’s low curling free-kick hit the side-netting, though Jack had the shot covered. In chaotic scenes at the end Ali Baba was dismissed after referee Oscar Ruiz was man-handled.
The Bahrainis had been furious the referee disallowed an Ahmed Hassan goal when he kicked the ball out of Jack’s hands. Bahrain coach Luka Peruzovic did not rule out an appeal to Fifa appeal over the disallowed goal. “I want to make myself 100 %t sure of what happened before advising the Bahrain Football Association,” said Peruzovic. “We will watch the action replay before taking any decision.” Moments after the sending off Jack made up for his earlier eccentric keeping when he spectacularly tipped over the bar a Talal Yusuf shot.
With a population of just over one million Trinidad will be the least populated country taking part in the 2006 finals in Germany. Trinidad are only the fourth Caribbean side to reach the finals following Cuba in 1938, Haiti in 1974 and Jamaica in 1998. “It was a very tough match and it was difficult logistically to get the players ready for such an important match after all that travelling,” said Trinidad coach Leo Beenhakker.
Bahrain: Hussein Ali Hassan, Salman (Ayesh 80), Adnan, Ali Baba, Abdulkarim, Ala’a Hubail, Mohamed Hubail, Jalal, Juma, Yusuf, Ahmed Hassan. Subs Not Used: Al Kawari, Alhujairi, Farhan, Jaffar, Meshkhas, Ahmed Taleb. Sent Off: Ali Baba (90). Booked: Mohamed Hubail, Ala’a Hubail. Trinidad and Tobago: Jack, Avery John, Andrews, Lawrence, Birchall (Spann 21), Whitley, Edwards (Cox 83), Stern John, Jones (Latapy 77), Yorke, Gray.
Subs Not Used: Glenn, Hislop, Scotland, Theobold. Booked: Yorke, Gray, Latapy. Goals: Lawrence 49. Agg: (1-2). Ref: Julian Oscar Ruiz Acosta (Colombia). WORLD CUP 2006 T&T were drawn in Group B with England, Sweden and Paraguay. In their first match, Trinidad and Tobago held a strong Swedish side to a 0–0 draw, despite having Avery John sent off less than 30 seconds into the second half.
Team captain Dwight Yorke won Man of the Match honours and Shaka Hislop was outstanding in goal to deny the Swedes which had the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Henrik Larsson in its line up.
Trinidad and Tobago lost their second game of the group stage to England 2–0. Late goals from Peter Crouch and Steven Gerrard secured England a place in the second round.
T&T held the English at 0-0 until the 83rd minute when Crouch broke the scoreline. Stern John went very close to opening the scoring in the first half but John Terry cleared his attempt off the goal line. T&T had hoped for a draw between Paraguay and Sweden for their best chances of getting second place but Sweden defeated Paraguay 1–0.
Trinidad and Tobago lost their third and final game of Group B to Paraguay 2–0. An own goal from Brent Sancho put them behind early in the game and Paraguay scored a second goal late in the match from Nelson Cuevas.
Trinidad and Tobago finished fourth in Group B with one point, and were eliminated from the 2006 World Cup but their courageous showing earned them rave reviews and many new friends. T&T has qualified for the CONCACAF Gold Cup on eight occasions with their best performance in 2000 after reaching the semi-finals, finishing 3rd.
First International – British Guiana 1–4 Trinidad and Tobago (British Guiana; 21 July 1905) Biggest win – Trinidad and Tobago 11–0 Aruba (Arima, Trinidad and Tobago; 23 April 1989) Biggest defeat – Mexico 7–0 Trinidad and Tobago (Mexico City, Mexico; 8 October 2000) for a listing of T&T Head Coaches over history. Honours Continental competitions • • Runners-up (1): • Third place (1): • • Third place (1): 2000. Reached Quarter Finals in 2013 and 2015.
Lost on penalty kicks to Panama in 2015 quarter finals. Topped opening Group ahead of Mexico in 2015. Regional competitions • Caribbean Championship • Winner (2): , • Runners-up (2): , • • Winner (8): , , , , , , , • Runners-up (5): , , , , 2014, • Third place (2): , Other competitions • OSN CUP in Saudi Arabia • Third place (1): The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association was formed on July 23rd, 1908. Expatriate workers who taught the game to locals played the game in the oilfields.
A certain player by the name of Dwight Yorke captained this country to its first ever FIFA World Cup, the 1991 FIFA Under 20 World Cup in Portugal. And in 2006 he also captained the Senior Men's Team to the 2006 World Cup in Germany
We’re working on a Doubles’ Diary post and want you to help us finalize our top 10 list of doubles’ vendors that we must try. Tell us in the comments who has the best doubles and who to add and/or remove from this list (): – at O’Meara Road junction (love that the ladies are making the bara on the spot!) – UWI Doubles ? – Chatter Box Doubles on Chacon Street in Port of Spain – George’s X Doubles at Carlos and Roberts Streets in Woodbrook – Doubles on Calcutta St.
(between Dehli & Patna) in St. James – on Rookery Nook in Maraval – Doubles in – Who should we try in Debe? – Doubles on Penitence Street between High and St. James Streets in San Fernando – Ali’s Doubles on the Hill on Vistabella Road in San Fernando – Sauce Doubles on the main road in Curepe – Fatboy on the main road in Curepe Any doubles recommendations for Diego Martin/Petit Valley; Chaguanas/Central; or Tobago?
Also, let us know if you tried the newest twist on doubles — CHINESE DOUBLES (Choubles). You can find the Choubles man in Woodbrook on the corner of Ariapita Avenue and Petra on Friday and Saturday evenings starting at 6pm. Related Links • and (South, East-West corridor and POS area) • • and • (Outlish) So many great doubles, each there own flavour, it’s impossible to choose and every year that i visit there is another one i find i like the most, this year i particularly liked the doubles at the of hirg street (library corner) in san fernando, the one with the mango sauce, or just go debe – any shop – anyway, i have a whole different problem – where do i find a proper doubles recipe, and i mean THE recipe, i ve made them 3 times now and somehow the bara are never soft enough, and unfortunately here in amsterdam there is no doubles man on the corner so i will have to make them if i want some 🙂 any tips are very welcome!!
Like i used to eat doubles all over not anymore the best doubles i ever had and still realy do enjoy is “rakesh doubles” you can find him and his wife on saturdays and sundays at ORANGE VALLEY FISH MARKET cafeteria B from about 4 or 5 am its not a fix time .He does have doubles, aloo pies, cheese pies and fish pies! his sauses : sweet sause (only if you ask for it then you will get it)” not everybody likes something sweet in their doubles” he says chadon beni ,coconut chutney ,cucumber chutney,kuchela not sure if i spelt it right,a mild pepper and a very hott pepper for lovers of hot flavour.
the bara nice and golden brown channa is just right all the time! taste the bara and channa alone and you will enjoy it then taste it with everything slight man its to die for Like The Doubles stand opposite Medford Unipet gas station in Chaguanas is run by a family and they’re from the area so there’s fresh channa and bara delivered every few hours.
Their doubles are the second best I’ve ever had. First place goes to the bearded doubles man who sells in the Queen’s Park Savannah on most friday and saturday nights.
Like boss ,. with no disrespect , it have doubles and it have doubles , $ 4:00 , $ 3:50 , $3:00 and it even have $ 2:00 and $ 1:00 or dollar doubles , man / woman / child eating doubles , in saying that , ” we the people ,” eating doubles , evn when the spoon fall ‘ and just pick up and turn the channa and we saying ” one with medium pepper ” # 1 on the best doubles list – paltoo – Penal , fresh and always hott , next in line could be khans in pos , on the promanade , followed by the alyays best on the spot in reform black van ppl any how i know many would disagreee and some might not agree , bless and give me a napkin in the bago to go ,,, Like Just found out that the lady on Evans Street in Curepe is Mala…..she only comes out on a sunday morning on at the Evans street location…she gave me the best mango chutney with my doubles this morning and it’s hot off the press……She is on Busche Street by Maharaj’s Grocery in the evenings on a weekday……… Like There are a couple vendors on that list that are not my taste, UWI doubles and George X for example.
The doubles outside Long Circular Mall is no longer available outside Long Circular Mall. They’ve relocated to somewhere else nearby in St James. I don’t remember the name of the street. Same doubles is available from Maraval Road, definitely top 10.
Like Mamoo’s doubles opposite Center of Excellence Macoya. Boy I have eaten doubles from Mayaro to Cedros and these guys are by farthe BEST I have ever tasted. Do ask for the coconut chutney as well as the cucumber chutney.I would pay extre for this doubles, but I hope his price remains the same. I dare anyone to taste this one and say that they have had a better doubles after!!!! Like If this is about ah bess doubles, then it has to be: Tong: George X in the parking lot on Carlos- get there in the morning before de channa done Central: By Medford gas station is a top doubles and pies place, but if you get there before 8am, then the barra is so new that the edges are still crispy, then yuh good!
Curepe: Sauce Doubles, obviously- mind the codewords – ‘now-now’, ‘house and land’, etc South: the Debe stretch has the one spot that stands out above the others, but I now forget the name- the channa is always perfectly soft, so there is always a line up….but they serve all day, and into the evening, so if you don’t have any other reason to visit Debe- there’s one now.
Like If you all in Grande or passing through here’s my choice: 1. Ravi’s Doubles on Barker Ext Rd i.e. when you bypass Grande using Paul St. ==Open Google Earth and type in these coordinates 🙂 Lat 10°34’14.01″N ;Lon 61° 7’55.72″W . They are usually open on mornings they sell out about 9. 2. Raffina’s doubles also on mornings ( there is another Raffina – but they open only on evenings) at the corner of eastern main road and the market, kinda obliquely opposite Royal Castle.
Love the fresh bandania…(shadow beni) 3. Evening doubles -get them at Datoo’s located just west of the roundabout under Eastern Pharmacy.
and seriously.. UWI Doubles???? aww come on man.. no way. Like The following is a list of my favourite doubles vendors in Trinidad: 1. Sleepy & Son in St. Helena is very good and Sleepy he has been there so long, he’s almost an historical institution (Great channa and his pepper sauce is good as well); 2. There’s this guy who sells doubles in Bamboo.
He’s located on the right if you’re heading south after exiting Grand Bazaar (His channa and bara are terrific, his pepper sauce is to die for, but be warned: NO SWEET SAUCE!); 3. Chris Doubles on Richmond Street is one of only two places in the City Central that I frequent and his doubles are awesome; 4. Redo Doubles on lower Richmond Street is also quite good. They’re located in a garage next to Eddie’s at the corner of Queen Street. (Speedy service is a huge plus. Don’t be put off by long lines); 5.
In Chaguanas, my hands-down favourite is the lady who sells doubles behind Price Plaza (near the WASA service) on mornings from under a green umbrella (Best cucumber, best channa, best everything) She sells out very quickly. She also has the closest thing to drive through double that I know; 6. My second favourite in Chaguanas is the lady who sells doubles on the Montrose junction from inside the gas station’s compound opposite KFC.
Try her roast pepper, sweet sauce, coconut chutney, cucumber, chadon beni, etc.; 7. Finally, two honourable mentions: Central Doubles off the Chase Village Flyover just west of the hardware and the guy opposite Medford gas station. What can I say… I love doubles… Like I know some of these were posted already. I am just reinforcing what they said: 1. Sleepy in St. Helena (Awesome Channa); 2. I not sure the Guy’s name, but he is located on the right if you are headed south from Grand Bazaar after the roundabout.
He is there on Saturday mornings (No sweet sauce though); 3. Chris Doubles located outside Audi on Richmond Street; 4. Redo Doubles located on lower Richmond Street next to Eddie’s; 5. The doubles man across from the Medford Gas Station in Chaguanas has a wicked coconut chutney you MUST try; 6.
There is a lady located on the compound of the Montrose Gas Station opposite KFC that has some of the best dressings I have ever tasted! Roast pepper, cucumber, pepper sauce, sweet chutney, chadon beni… so so good; 7.
Finally, there is a concrete hut located on the Chase Village flyover but I haven’t seen them open in a while. Like UWI Doubles definitely out……..I had gravel in my channa and when I returned it the woman replied if i want another one…….woman why would i ever want another UWI doubles from you!!!!!!!!!!!!!………….plus their service stinks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!……However In the lot behind there is Frank’s Doubles…….That is the best in Curepe for me…….. Like uwi doubles should definitely be taken out!
sauce under the green shed and suace under the red shed by the maxi stand in curepe are in my top 5, i also really like doubles factory in aranguez extension mainly because its being made in front of you, its actually located in the ppl back yard and theres seats and moms as she’s commonly known as is very nice. Debe and the 2 dollars place top off my list. Like I would take out UWI doubles and Debe doubles from the list (but go try them and see for yourself).
When you go to Penal and try the $2 doubles place, go across the road by the road and try the popular doubles man there as well.
His is supposed to be really good. As you head further south toward Siparia from Penal, there is a doubles man right before the “Y” junction to go San Francique. He is on the left hand side by a shop. His is good. Also, I believe his relative sells in La Romain by the old cinema. His also is good (possibly same recipe), but it has been hit and miss a few times I went lately. There is a good doubles man on the North side of the Highway just off the turn off by Aranguez. The doubles man outside the bp building on Victoria Ave is pretty good.
He is usually there from 6-8am. There is a lady running a small operation on Evans Street, Curepe. As you drive on Evans Street from UWI doubles toward the T&TEC sub station, you would see a small yellow parlor on the left hand side of the road. She is open on weekends only in the morning, and sells roti as well. The reason I enjoy this doubles is that the bara is fried in small batches, so that you always get fresh homemade tasting bara.
Her doubles is honestly one of the best I have had and I would definitely recommend her as a must try (although I suspect if she becomes more popular and has to mass produce it will lose that nice fresh homemade taste 😦 ) I usually judge a good doubles man by the line.
If the line is long, then I’ll join it! Like I thought I was the only one who discovered the lady on Evans Street Curepe…but the secret is out…..her doubles are really tasty and though I go there when Frank’s Doubles (Behind UWI #$%!!!!!!
Doubles….And Why Trini Chow still asking about them????) line is long, I give her my patronage if I see her before I reach Frank Like I would take out the O’Meara and UWi doubles man………..but anyway my top five, in no particular order: Rocky’s doubles in Bamboo (he have a roast pepper for the doubles!!!
best!!!), Sham Doubles in St Helena plenty better than Sleepy (but he too expensive for a doubles man!!!), the boys on Richmond Street who sell next to Eddie’s, Frank’s Doubles in the lot on the same corner by uwi doubles, and the people opposite Medford’s gas station And Debe have a $2.00 doubles place near one of the Paltoo fellas by the gas station …..they have Bhaigani, Aloo Pie, Doubles and Saheena.
everything for two dollars with channa Like Hey Tamara, Now seeing this, haven’t checked the post in a while…. Sham is actually Sleepy’s brother. There are a few of them in that family in the area that sells doubles (eg another brother right after Joe Singh’s factory)… there is some similarity among the taste for them… but $4.75 for a doubles at Sham’s is just a weird price.
Like yes….i startting to believe that the whole family is into the business. there’s another brother who sells in the airport and the cousins who sell at varying points from st helena to kelly.
and yes, i agree that Sham’s price is weird (as well as a bit costly for a doubles, especially since the no vat clause passed), but i’m not much a fan of doubles with curry in it, so prefer Sham to Sleepy…. Like hey all well and good but man , i does eat doubles all over T&T , BECAUSE MY WORK has this advantage and belive me it have some top doubles you missed and did not list , for me the – top 3 will be in any order 1.
PALTOO’S penal side 2. Khans’ s right in pos on the brian lara prom. 3. CHASE VILLAGE – WINGS FOOD PLACE (NEW) AND this is not because of any specific thing besides of the – bara , various sauces and the general texture of channa etc , if you dont belive me ask the hundreds of ppl who enjoy these doubles daily because , – run late and for some reason they does sell out in 2-3 hrs ,, every day and every day , check that as the main score it should be judged by the – sell out appeal , Like Best Doubles I ever ate, guys opposite Medford Gas Station in Chaguanas.
They have all the sauces: sweet, tambrind, pepper and cucumber, the bara is tender and tasty, channa is just the right consistency and delicious, these doubles are ALWAYS piping hot! Its a must try. In Tobago, there is an indian couple that sells in the market carpark in Scarborough, they are really good, better that lots of them in Trinidad.
Like Hi, Yes, they are there on Saturdays… but sometimes can sell out by 9:30… I can’t tell you how many times I woke up on the weekend, left Santa Cruz drove up there to find out the doubles done. Despite the name… they are there early from about 5:30 I have a number to call them and check if they are still selling. Let me know and I will message it to you Like • RT @: “The idea for the chocolate bar packaging was that it would feature different local, contemporary artists on it...
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