Monday, August 29, 2011

8 + 2 Jari Ku Susun Memohon Ampun Dan Maaf Di Hari Lebaran


Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri,

Sempena hari yang mulia ini, aku menyusun 10 jari ( 8 + 2 ) memohon ampun dan maaf kepada Ibubapa tercinta (Encik Abdul Rahman Ahman dan Puan Nasip Otoh), Abang aku, Asrul Sani, Isteri dan Anak-anak, Kakak aku Asriani dan Suami, serta adik adik aku Asruzaini, Asriana dan Astika Maya.

Juga kepada Rashidah Kamarudin, kawan-kawan GCH Retail, The Store (M) Group, Kawan-kawan Kampung Tinusa II, Kawan-kawan sekolah, Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, Blogger dan semua yang mengenali aku.

Selamat Hari Raya, Maaf Zahiry and Batiness

Sunday, August 28, 2011

United score eight as Rooney treble shatters Arsenal

MANCHESTER, Aug 28, 2011 (AFP) - Arsenal conceded eight goals for the first time since 1896 as Manchester United, inspired by a Wayne Rooney hat-trick, romped to an incredible 8-2 victory over the 10-man Gunners at Old Trafford on Sunday.

As well as Rooney's treble, Ashley Young helped himself to two goals, with further strikes coming from Nani and substitute Park Ji Sung after Danny Welbeck had scored the opening goal.

United's stunning display lifted the champions to the top of the Premier League with a 100 percent record from three matches, just hours after rivals Manchester City had issued their own statement of intent with a 5-1 win at Tottenham.

The embarrassing defeat illustrated the work required in the transfer market by Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, whose position could be questioned after this demolition.

In an afternoon to forget for a makeshift Arsenal side, who saw Carl Jenkinson receive a late red card, Wenger endured one of his humiliating results of his long tenure with the Gunners.

Wenger's side have yet to win in the Premier League this season and this setback will send shockwaves through their camp.

While Ferguson's side celebrated scoring eight for the first time since 1999, it was Arsenal's worst ever defeat against United and the first time they have conceded eight in a league game since 1896.

Having seen Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri depart, and yet having found no replacements, Wenger was further hit by suspensions to Alex Song and Gervinho.

It meant he named a weakened side, with young French midfielder Francis Coquelin handed a baptism of fire on his Premier League debut.

United boss Sir Alex Ferguson kept faith with his own youngsters and two of them threatened to hand the hosts the lead inside the opening six minutes.

Tom Cleverley was narrowly wide off target with barely two minutes on the clock. Welbeck came even closer four minutes later as he beat the offside trap from Ashley Young's pass but failed to trouble Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny.

That was soon to change as Welbeck opened the scoring in the 22nd minute.

Anderson's cleverly weighted pass exposed the Arsenal defence as Welbeck shrugged off the attentions Johan Djourou before looping a header home.

Arsenal missed a glorious chance to respond five minutes later when Jonny Evans pulled down Theo Walcott for a penalty, but Robin van Persie's low spot-kick was turned aside by Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea.

To add insult to injury, within 60 seconds Young had extended United's lead. as the winger struck from 25 yards.

The only blot on the copybook for Ferguson was a hamstring injury sustained by Welbeck, which will surely end his chances of featuring in England's forthcoming Euro 2012 qualifiers.

But even that couldn't halt the home side as Rooney's 41st minute free kick piled on the misery for Wenger.

Arsenal were given a glimmer of hope on the stroke of half-time when Tomas Rosicky's pass freed the England winger and he fired through De Gea's legs as the Gunners scored for the first time in the league this season.

Van Persie almost reduced the arrears further in the 53rd minute. Rosicky's pass freed the Dutch striker and his first-time volley was superbly kept out by De Gea.

That was as good as it got for the visitors, who conceded three goals in a seven minute burst.

Rooney curled home another 64th minute free-kick, Nani chipped home three minutes later before South Korean winger Park fired home.

Despite van Persie's strike two minutes later, there was worse to come for the shell-shocked visitors.

Jenkinson collected a second yellow card in the 76th minute after hauling down Javier Hernandez.

But Manchester United weren't done there as Rooney completed his treble from the penalty spot after Patrice Evra was fould by Walcott, before Young again found the target in injury-time to add to the visitors' torment.

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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

QPR to 'make announcement' amid takeover buzz

LONDON, Aug 17, 2011 (AFP) - Queens Park Rangers have revealed they plan to make an announcement about the club on Thursday amid intense speculation of a looming takeover.

The Premier League outfit have been strongly linked with Malaysian tycoon Tony Fernandes, who is reported to be on the brink of buying a 51 percent share of the club from Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone.

Fernandes, the owner of low-cost pan-Asian airline AirAsia, has been in London this week for talks with the west London club's owners and also met manager Neil Warnock.

Fernandes told the Evening Standard in an interview published on Tuesday that Warnock's future at the club was safe should his takeover be confirmed.

"I think Neil is a super guy and he's done extremely well to have got QPR to where they are," he told the paper.

"He'd have my full support. I think the manager should get what the manager wants."


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FA Cup to go live on Facebook

LONDON, Aug 17, 2011 (AFP) - Non-league sides Ascot United and Wembley FC will create a small slice of footballing history on Friday when their FA Cup preliminary round tie is screened live on Facebook, it was confirmed Wednesday.

For the first time in history, Facebook is "televising" an entire match from the world's oldest knockout competition live via the social networking site.

The groundbreaking web stream is being organised by Budweiser, the FA Cup's new title sponsors.

"As a long-standing supporter of football globally, Budweiser is committed to bringing the world's most prestigious knockout competition closer to the fans," Budweiser marketing director Ian Newell said in a statement.

"What better way to demonstrate this than by broadcasting the very first kick to a global audience via Facebook.

"This is the first time a FA Cup tournament fixture has been broadcast live on the social network, which is great news for football fans and clubs alike."


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Red Line: David De Gea must be told the gloves are his

By : Stuart Mathieson. August 15, 2011

David De Gea endured a torrid Premier League debut for United at West Brom but the Spaniard must be told the gloves are his for at least a dozen matches.

Maybe when you are Manchester United and results are expected and demanded gambling with the prospect of an Achilles heel in defence isn't normal policy.

However, United's £18.3m investment in the former Atletico Madrid 20-year-old could be severely damaged if he's taken out of the firing line immediately.

The Reds cannot afford another post-Peter Schmeichel debacle but neither can they afford to setback De Gea's career after putting so much faith in him.

If he's the 'keeper Fergie and his staff believe he is then give him the time to battle through his dodgy debut

Monday, August 15, 2011

10 Tahun Mencintai Lagu Ini ----> Loudness - In My Dreams

10 tahun lepas. Aku disogokkan dengan sebuah lagu. Individu yang memainkan peranan itu bernama pupui barangkali. Ketika itu aku di tingkatan 6. Ahh hidup lagikah budak itu.

Kali pertama aku dengar mudah aku terpesona dengan arrangement musik dia. Guitar work toksah cerita la kan. Akira Takasaki tu! Niamahai! Menikam-nikam yung!

Mari aku kongsikan lirik lagu ini. Agak puitis bagi aku. Ya! Lirik begini suda terlalu puitis bagi aku. Yela, MUET band 2 jah!

Loudness - In My Dreams

In my dreams, I was walking alone
The rain falling on my emptiness
In my dreams, I'm a long way from home
I walk through the gates of loneliness
I thought the love We had was in vain
And Just another story
My frozen tears, like the wind against the rain
Slipping from my eyes
In my dreams, in my dreams, without you

In my dreams, shadows fall on my face
And every corner is a different place
In my vision, I would knock on your door
I'd lost all that I was searching for
I thought the sun had come to an end
And you were gone forever
A change of heart, like the echoes in the dark
I fade in to the sea

In my dreams, I was turning to stone
Until you opened up my

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Injury woes mounting for United defense

Manchester, England (Sports Network) - Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is already facing a rash of injuries to his defense with Rio Ferdinand joining Rafael on sidelines for the next six weeks.

It was announced prior to Sunday's match with West Bromwich, which United won 2-1, that Rafael would miss the next 10 weeks after suffering a dislocated shoulder in training.

However, things got worse for the boss during the game as Nemanja Vidic limped off just after halftime with a calf problem while Ferdinand sustained an injury to his hamstring 15 minutes from time which will keep him out six weeks.

The injury to Vidic is not believed to be as serious, but he could still miss a few weeks, potentially costing him games with Tottenham and Arsenal in the league.

Ferdinand will not only miss out on key games against Spurs, Arsenal and Chelsea, but he will also be sidelined for a pair of Euro 2012 qualifiers for England against Bulgaria and Wales.

One positive for Ferguson is the possible return of full back Patrice Evra from a knee injury in time for United's match with Tottenham next Monday.

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Reid's own goal helps United top West Brom

West Bromwich, England (Sports Network) - Manchester United opened defense of its Premiership title on Sunday with a 2-1 win over West Bromwich at The Hawthorns.

Wayne Rooney's goal in the 13th minute handed United an early lead, but Shane Long equalized before halftime with a low shot that should have been kept out by new United goalkeeper David De Gea.

Sir Alex Ferguson's team struggled to pick up wins on the road last season, but they grabbed all three points nine minutes from time when Ashley Young's shot deflected off the leg of West Brom's Steven Reid and into his own net.

Young enjoyed a strong debut for the Red Devils and he set up the opening goal when he picked out Rooney near the top of the penalty area. Rooney took a touch and then rolled a left-footed shot inside the right post to put his team in front.

Paul Scharner had a powerful shot parried by De Gea in the 35th minute, but the young 'keeper failed to keep out a low shot by Long that he should have saved just two minutes later.

However, United began to take control of the match as the second half wore on and they finally took the lead for good nine minutes from time when Young beat a defender on the left wing and carried the ball into the area.

He then drove a shot toward the front of goal but had it take a fortuitous bounce off the leg of Reid and into the net.

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Park signs new contract with United

Manchester, England (Sports Network) - Ji-Sung Park has signed a new two- year contract with Manchester United that will keep him at Old Trafford through the 2012-13 season.

Park, 30, first signed with United in the summer of 2005 from PSV Eindhoven. He has gone on to make 177 appearances with the club, recording 24 goals.

"Ji has been an important player for us for a number of years now," Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson released in a statement. "He has great ability and energy and in recent seasons has added the knack of scoring important goals in big games. He is a popular member of the squad and his experience at domestic and international level is invaluable for the younger players."

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