Thursday, April 26

Marah nanti penyokong Man U

While bz doing something beside Zareef, I heard him singing while playing FIFA on the iPad. He went on like this

"Poor, Poor little rabbit....
He flipped it and he flopped it and he hopped away....."

I laughed hysterically cause I knew he was making it up while mishearing

"Glory, Glory Man United...
bla bla blaaa......"

Sukahati je anak ayah ni.... on his defence he didn't mean anything bad but just like to make things up.


Wednesday, April 25 is when you are convinced who will win the game

The players' request finds great success on Twitter / Translation by Michael J. O'Donnell
Kaka, who has the most followers on Twitter, started it all by posting: "Tomorrow we'll play the most important match of the season at the Bernabeu. We will give our all but we need something more @SergioRamos #elrmbayernloganastú."
Sergio Ramos soon replied: "We want to feel the 80,000 people at the stadium as soon as we start warming up for the game. That's what we need @Cristiano #elrmbayernloganastú."

Ronaldo was confident in the crowd: "True. The Bernabeu can drive us to the final and I'm sure it will. Don't you think @eGranero11? #elrmbayernloganastú."

The former academy player shared his excitement about playing the 19 May Munich final: "It has to be a magical night. We'll need everyone's strength to return to Munich. What do you think @aarbeloa17 ? #elrmbayernloganastú."

Arbeloa was also thrilled with the chance of playing the final: "Yes. We cannot miss the chance to fight for the Tenth. @XabiAlonso we need the full support of the Bernabeu. #elrmbayernloganastú."

Xabi replied: "The stadium will be packed. We all play this game: fans and team together. As Zidane says: #elrmbayernloganastú."

The #elrmbayernloganastú hashtag was Trending Topic in no time. Madridistas with Twitter accounts were in full support of the players' enthusiasm.
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    Saturday, April 21

    Im starting a new blog about our photos. Its just a blog to put pictures that I believe are worth sharing. Do come and visit. Comments are welcome.

    Tuesday, April 17

    Arrogant and Ignorant Alves

    Alves told The Guardian: "There is no doubt that was the hardest game we have played, with everything that was at stake, the moment and everything that happened.
    "People say Chelsea could have won but for the referee but that is not our problem. We do not control the referees. We are there to play football, to compete and to try to reach the final. What can we do about the referee?
    "Chelsea did not reach the final because of fear. The team that has got a man more, is playing at home and winning should have attacked us more. But of course, if you don't have that [attacking] concept of football that Barcelona have, you stay back and you get knocked out.
    "You have to go forward. Stay back: losers. Go forward: winners. I think Chelsea lacked the courage to take a step forward and attack us. They paid for it."

    Above is what Alves said regarding the last time Barca met Chelsea in the Champs league semifinal 2009. I find it distasteful especially when everybody except Barca saw how bad the ref did that night. 4 legitimate penalty was waved away. It was shameful but for Alves to rub mud into it shows how "classy" Barca are. It might be also a provocation/trap to manipulate how Chelsea is going to play. 

    It might be Barca way of thinking "Stay back: losers. Go Forward: winners" but every team can do whatever they think will win the game especially when your leading. Very shallow opinion in my way of thinking. And how convenient Alves forgot how Inter Milan (with 10 men) defensive way made Barca lose in the year 2010. Some people are just arrogant and ignorant.

    ps.. For the past few years when people are saying Barca the best team ever... all their Champions league title always had a significant controversial incident. 

    Friday, April 13

    Sarcastically funny, pathetic and ultimately sad

    This is soooo pathetic and sad at the same time. Read in an article that a comic is being circulated among school teachers which have these kind of pics . Guess election is near but it does seem a little desperate by whoever that did this. It might be even a back door strategy to do damages. I don't know, the dark arts of politics is something I would not want to explore. But one thing for sure, the creator must have a very low opinion on the level of intelligence of its targeted audience. 

    To sum up what I think of this cartoon can be told by a joke I read about Rajnikhant by a serious fanatic/crazy fan:

    "When Rajnikhant does push ups... he doesn't go up 
    but the earth goes down!!!!"

    I pray we will not come to that

    Saturday, April 7

    Be cool dipsh!tsl!! They aren't doing anything!

    Real Madrid grateful to Villamar family for its support

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    After the unpleasant experience suffered at the Reyno de Navarra Stadium, the club invited them to see the match against APOEL from the Presidential Balcony, where they met Florentino Perez, Zinedine Zidane and Fernando Alonso / Translation by Michael J. O'Donnell
    Members of the Villamar family had an unpleasant experience at the Reyno de Navarra Stadium during Saturday's match against Osasuna. Some local supporters tried to snatch their Real Madrid banner from them. After seeing this on television, Real Madrid CF decided to invite them to the match against APOEL Nicosia. They started their visit at the RealCafe and then saw the Stadium Museum and the pitch. Finally, they watched the game from the Presidential Balcony, where they met and had their picture taken with Zinedine Zidane, Fernando Alonso and Florentino Perez.
    "We are proud to be here and this is an incredible gesture on Real Madrid's part," said Edgar, the father of the family, "What happened is over now. It's a shame to see people like that in football, but fortunately there are few of them around. We know they had nothing to do with Osasuna FC; it was just those four."

    "This means a lot to us. It is an unforgettable and grandiose experience. Thank you so much. That's all we can say. We didn't know the Bernabeu and we've done so in impeccable fashion."

    Thursday, April 5

    Milan on barca awarded penalty

    After the game Ibrahimovic told Viasat Fotboll: "We got back to 1-1 and then we saw a penalty decision given against us that I cannot understand. The ball was not in play, but he whistled. It was an odd decision, a strange decision. It ruined the game.

    "They don't need to be given favours. We're talking about the best team in the world. I'm starting to understand Mourinho's reaction every time he comes here. I've been through it myself now. I understand more and more."

    Nesta, meanwhile, accepted that
    he had pulled Busquets' shirt but claimed he was fouled by Carles Puyol at the same time.

    "I pulled Busquets a bit, but I was being blocked from behind by Puyol," Nesta told Sky Sport Italia. "It was a foul on me as well. At least from what I saw on the pitch, the referee awarded the foul before the ball was in play.

    Above are quotes from nesta and ibra. The later used to wear the barca shirt and won trophies.

    On the nesta penalty i think it should just been a retAke on the corner cause both them were fouling each other.

    Funny barca always get a big controversial decision during the most critical times