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Ok tak de idea untuk tulis post baru....so i hope this will do...the chick of the day is Marit Elisabeth Larsen , kalau rase pernah tengok dia dulu in a duo "M2M"....no Im not a fan "ehem".... She is not what you call a typically hot...but she's so adorable....hahahahah cair aku tgk....and she is a singer songwriter, and very good at it i must say......makes me think of rainbows and flowers....
Saturday, November 14, 2009
So aku dapat idea untuk tulis post baru...as a man i find myself drooling over hot chicks...so these are the chicks yang aku cuma boleh imagine jer to meet and have a shot...setiap makhluk jantan kat luar sana buat benda yg sama...so jangan la nak tipu kata tak pernah...
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Sunday, February 1, 2009
Sathianathan and Chin Aun sacked for national team’s failings
By ERIC SAMUEL
PETALING JAYA: The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) have made B. Sathianathan and Datuk Soh Chin Aun the scapegoats for the national team’s failings, sacking the duo as coach and manager respectively.
FAM vice-president Datuk Gulzar Mohd Nor has been appointed team manager while the new national coach would be named soon.
These decisions were made at FAM’s executive committee meeting, which was chaired by president Sultan Ahmad Shah, at Wisma FAM in Kelana Jaya yesterday.
It was, however, not certain on what grounds Sathianathan and Chin Aun were sacked.
Or was it for Sathianathan’s now infamous “the M-League is not football” outburst moments after that defeat?
Or was it for revealing that only three players had passed the fitness test after having had barely five days to prepare for the UAE match?
“It is overall,” was their answer. As FAM deputy president Datuk Redzuan Tan Sri Sheikh Ahmad said at the press conference: “There are conditions in the clause to terminate the coach’s contract if the performance of the national team is not up to the mark.”
Sathianathan and Chin Aun, though unhappy with the decision, accepted it anyway.
“Well, what can I do ... I accept the decision but it does not solve anything,” said Sathianathan, who said he would call for a press conference in a few days’ time to set the record straight.
It’s surprising that FAM have sacked Sathianathan, given that they had just extended his contract to November.
Chin Aun, a household name in Malaysian football, took the decision in his stride, saying: “I did nothing to earn this wrath. Anyway, it is nothing to me.”
Chin Aun certainly has a case.
He was only supposed to be the assistant manager for both the national team and the Under-23 squad.
The FAM had appointed Khairy Jamaluddin as national team manager.
As Khairy was busy with his political duties, Chin Aun was told to accompany the team to overseas stints and for tournaments on behalf of Khairy.
When asked why was the “towkay” of Malaysian football made the fall guy, Redzuan replied: “The majority wanted new blood.”
Taken from thestaronline.com
The sacking of B. Sathianathan is not a suprise for me.After B. Sathianathan's comments of the M-League he is out for sure. The main issue is here will sacking him improve the quality of our football...??? The answer is NO. Sultan Ahmad Shah is the one who should quit. Ever since he was appointed as the president(25 years ago if my facts are right) our football went downhill. With all due respect.....HAVE SOME DIGNITY AND QUIT...
Monday, January 26, 2009
27 Jan - West Brom away (League)
31 Jan - Everton home (League)
8 Feb - West Ham away (League)
14 Feb - Derby or Nott'm Forest away (FA Cup)
17 Feb - Fulham home (League)
21 Feb - Blackburn home (League)
24 Feb - Inter Milan away (Champions Lge)
01 Mar - Tottenham (Carling Cup final)
Thursday, January 22, 2009
KUALA LUMPUR - Two goals apiece from Mohamed Omar and Ismael Matar helped the United Arab Emirates outclass Malaysia 5-0 in their 2011 AFC Asian Cup qualification opener.
The side from the Middle East gained the upper hand with two goals in the first-half of the Group C game at Kuala Lumpur Stadium in Cheras before adding three more after the break.
With captain Shukor Adan missing due to a knee injury, the Malaysians were forced into a tactical reshuffle which saw Indra Putra and Hardi Jaafar linking up in the centre of the park.
But it was the UAE who proved the more composed on the night and Abdul Salam Al Junaibi fired an early warning of what was to come for the home side with an attempt that hit the woodwork in the 16th minute.
Malaysia struggled to impose themselves on the game and it was no surprise that the UAE took the lead after 29 minutes.
Al Junaibi’s through ball picked out Omar and the striker coolly slotted the ball past onrushing keeper Syamsuri Mustafa, who was making his return to the national side after an absence of more than two years.
The Malaysians pushed forward in search of an equaliser but suffered a further setback just before the interval when Hardi brought down Ismael Salim inside the box and Omar converted from the spot.
Malaysia brought on Hairuddin Omar and Ashaari Jamaluddin after the break but there was no let-up from the visitors and they extended their lead after 62 minutes.
Abdul Rahim Jumaa was allowed to deliver a cross from the right that picked out Matar and the prolific striker volleyed home his side’s third goal.
Malaysia coach B. Sathianathan brought on substitute keeper Syed Adney Syed Hussain for Syamsuri but the change did nothing to prevent the UAE from adding to their advantage.
Matar made it 4-0 in the 75th minute when he dribbled past defenders V. Thirumurugan and Norhafiz Zamani Misbah before slotting the ball home.
Syed Adney was then beaten for the second time in the game with five minutes to go as Ahmad Khalil capitalised on a defensive error to score UAE’s fifth goal from close range and complete the rout.
news courtesy of AFC
taken from sportsmalaysia.net
Friday, January 2, 2009
United will travel to St Mary's without Rio Ferdinand (back) and Carlos Tevez, who only returns to England on Sunday after flying home to Argentina over the New Year.Sir Alex have indicated that he may not play Ronaldo for the match.
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