Why Do I Like Soccer ?

Why Do I Like Soccer ?

1. It looks cool when you dribble the ball or kick the ball.
2. Male should know how to play soccer...(haha...what the hell?)
3. I've been playing soccer since I was six years old.
4. With only one ball, I can play it anywhere or anytime...even with one person only (timbang-timbang la bola tu...)
5. Lastly...Liverpool is a soccer club, it's not a golf club or polo club. That's why I need to know how to play soccer. (What kind of reason is this ?)

Last but not least; soccer is all very well as a game for rough girls, but is hardly suitable for delicate boys.

p/s: If it moves, kick it. If it doesn’t move, kick it until it does.

Ore Ska Band !!!! Best siot......

ORESKABAND is an all-female ska band from Sakai, Japan. They have performed both in Japan and the United States, including the Fuji Rock Festival. Their songs have been featured as the 14th ending theme for the anime Naruto and the 11th ending theme for the anime Bleach.

ORESKABAND began in 2003 when the members were in middle school and playing at local clubs. They self-produced their first album, Penpal, in 2005 and were signed by Sony Music in 2006 while they were still in high school. The band received media attention from their appearance in a commercial advertising the popular Japanese snack Pocky, as well has having their song Pinocchio featured as the 14th Naruto anime ending theme. In July 2006, their debut album Ore was released and a month later, they appeared at the Fuji Rock Festival attracting 1,000 attendees, a record for a new artist. In March 2007, the band members graduated from high school and toured in the United States appearing in Austin, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. In April 2007, their song, Tsumasaki, was featured as the 11th ending for the anime Bleach. They played at Anime Expo in Long Beach, California in July 2007 and at the Vans Warped Tour in Roseville, California and Portland, Oregon. The band was recently chosen by executive producer Barry Rosenbush to star in an upcoming film, Lock and Roll Forever, which is set for a 2008 release in Japan.

Members :

  • Ikasu - Guitar, Vocals
  • Tae-san - Drums
  • Leader - Pink Trombone
  • Saki - Trumpet
  • Moriko - Saxophone
  • Tomi - Fender Bass, Vocals

Liverpool considering a staggering £1 million transfer - amazing!

It’s frustrating being a Liverpool supporter right now. In the lull ahead of watching Torres win the golden boot at Euro 2008, fans are craving for world class additions to the squad. But forget about high-flying Italian defenders, slinky Spanish left-backs or even a possible move for Gabriel Heinze, Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez is reportedly looking to strengthen his defense with (yawn!) Bristol City centre-back Liam Fontaine.

The Daily Mail reckons the 22-year-old, who was in the side that lost to Hull at the weekend in the Championship Play-Off Final, has caught Benitez’s eye and he’s ready to hand over an earth-shattering 1 million quid for his services.

With Daniel Agger and Jamie Carragher likely to form Liverpool’s central pairing next season, and Skrtel and Hyypiä acting as back-up, a move for Fontaine would be regarded by most fans as “one for the squad”.

Mind you, for one Liverpool player it would surely signify the end of his Anfield career.

Jack Hobbs’ time on Merseyside is obviously running out.

It’s a shame because Hobbs initially impressed in the reserves. But the lad struggled to make the move up and failed to capitalize on his chance in the first team against Reading at the end of last year coming in for Sami Hyypiä. Hobbs was subsequently loaned out to Scunthorpe Utd at the start of 2008.

With Fontaine able to play at left-back as well as midfield, and over 90 appearances clocked up for Bristol City, the versatile defender would surely mean the end of Hobbs’ anfield career.

Still, with fans crying out for more quality á la Torres, especially up front, at left-back and at right-wing, it’s time Benitez got his cheque-book out and bought some quality for the squad!

Dossena keen on Liverpool

Udinese full-back Andrea Dossena has suggested he would be interested in joining Liverpool.

The Italian is thought to be a target for Reds boss Rafa Benitez, with reports claiming an £8million deal is in the pipeline.

Fiorentina and Juventus both want to keep Dossena in Serie A, but Liverpool are favourites to capture the left-back.

And Dossena admits the Reds' European pedigree makes a move to Anfield a tempting proposition as he considers his future.

"Liverpool are a famous team and it's good to be mentioned with them," said Dossena.

"I want to play in the Champions League and Liverpool are a side who have won it and reach the late stages often.

"They are one of the famous names in Europe - comparable with the biggest teams in Italy.

"In England I think Liverpool are Manchester United's equal - they can rival them."

Liverpool ready to sell Alonso

Juventus have revealed they are in talks to sign Liverpool midfielder Xabi Alonso, and will meet the player's agent on Wednesday afternoon.

Club president Giovanni Cobolli Gigli warned, however, that Juve have not agreed a fee, and they are known to be reluctant to match Liverpool's £15 million valuation of the player.

The Serie A side signed fellow Liverpool midfielder Mohamed Sissoko in January and have now set their sights on the 26-year-old Alonso, who was one of Rafa Benitez's first signings when he arrived at Anfield in 2004.

However, the Spaniard, who will represent his country at Euro 2008, has found himself marginalised by the emergence of Steven Gerrard and Javier Mascherano as Benitez's first-choice central midfield pairing.

"It looks like his representative will arrive today," Gigli said. "We can't deny that we're interested, but there's always the problem of getting value for money.

Bye bye Alonso...thanks 4 ur role...we hope you still with us...

Liverpool sack off Kewell and make Riise available

It will come as no great surprise to hear that Harry Kewell is leaving Liverpool after five seasons at the club. When the Australian arrived from Leeds United in 2003, he was regarded as one of the hottest players in the Premier League but perpetual injuries have seen him play just a minor role for the Reds every season. Amazingly he did get to start the 2005 Champions League final in Istanbul before being subbed due to (yes, you’ve guessed it) injury.

Sky Sports reports that Rafael Benitez has given Kewell and his agent short shrift over the possibility of a new deal and that the winger will be moving to pastures new in the summer. It appears that a certain Norwegian full-back with a penchant for scoring spectacular own goals could be joining him.

Presumably Liverpool fans won’t be sad to see Kewell leave Anfield, although the same might not be said of Riise, who has done pretty well during his seven years at the club. The Norwegian has managed 33 goals for the Reds, which isn’t bad for someone who’s played mainly as a full-back.

You are welcome Villa !!!!

Arsenal Will Not Sign David Villa As He Is Not Interested and Wouldn't Suit Arsenal's Style Of Play, More Liverpool's. He Would Opt For A Move To Either Real Madrid Or Liverpool After Speaking To A Spanish Journalist. OMG !!! I hope it is true....SUPER !!!!

My new school !!!! Sekolah Rendah Islam As-Saidiyyah....i just started my teaching career here for a month only...i hope i can be part of this school for a long period...

p/s : first time appointed as a class teacher !!!

Congratulations !!!!

ANOTHER team with the Naza brand attached to it grabbed the lion’s share of the limelight on Sunday, 24 hours after Kuala Muda Naza lifted the Premier League title in style.

As if it was pre-ordained as a tribute to Naza founder Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin SM Amin who passed away in California due to lung cancer on Thursday, Negri Sembilan Naza made sure of the runners-up spot behind league champions Kedah after humbling Selangor Sunday.

Without a doubt, Naza’s involvement in football has contributed greatly to NS Naza and Kuala Muda Naza’s creditable outing this season.

If Farderin Kadir was named Man of the Match in Kuala Muda Naza’s 3-2 win over closest rivals KL Plus on Saturday, it was the turn of his former national Under-20 team mate, Mohd Zaquan Adha Abdul Radzak, to turn on the style at Shah Alam Stadium.

His double enabled NS Naza to humble the Red Giants with a scoreline of 3-0, thus guaranteeing Wan Jamak Wan Hassan’s boys the runners-up spot, ahead of Johor FC. The other goal was scored by Udo Fortune.

It turned out to be a disappointing end to the league outing for the Red Giants. The defeat allowed Johor FC to leapfrog over them to third place.

Wan Jamak was satisfied with the runners-up spot, having had to utilise less heralded players in his first season with the former Super League champions.

“I took up the challenge by throwing youngsters into the fray and I am glad it has paid dividends.

“Now we look forward to a successful Malaysia Cup campaign,” said the former national team supremo.

Kedah wrapped up the title long ago and have 56 points from 24 matches to show, while NS Naza eight points adrift. Johor FC are third with 46 points, followed by Selangor at 45 points.

Johor FC travelled to Terengganu realising only a win would put them ahead of Selangor in the event the latter failed to beat NS Naza.

Just like Zaquan, Walter Silva was the undoubted hero, striking twice for the Scorpions. The Turtles replied through Zairo Anuar Zalani.

Runaway league leaders Kedah were not under pressure to perform as Philemon Chipeta struck the solitary goal for Perlis.

Perak’s disappointing league season ended with a defeat to Brunei DPMM FC in Bandar Seri Begawan, while Police beat Sarawak in a battle between two teams under the microscope for the wrong reasons of late.

Pahang played to a scoreless draw with Penang in Kuantan.

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