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Do I Adore Cristiano Ronaldo?

15 Jan

A new friend of mine from facebook asked me this question. He said that all Manchester United’s fans adore Cristiano Ronaldo.

I do not admire him very much. Congratulation to him for scoring 42 goals last season, but he won’t be scoring that much this season. Congratulations to him for being named FIFA World Footballer of the Year, Ballon d’Or for the European Footballer of the Year, Football Writers’ Player of the Year, PFA Player of the Year and FifPro World Player of the Year; but he won’t be getting all that again next year.

If I’m Sir Alex Ferguson, I would sell him at the end of this season if the price is right. I won’t accept offers less than £100 million (rumours said that Real Madrid is willing to shell out 85 million Euros for him). I think Manchester City will spend more than that for the Portugal star. Then I will give Luís Carlos Almeida da Cunha (Nani), Park Ji-Sung and Zoran Tosic a chance to be the next Player of the Year.

Anyway, I still think Cristiano Ronaldo is better than Kaka, Lionel Messi and Fernando Torres last season. I dare say that the 3 can’t score 42 goals in a season.

Cristiano Ronaldo goals statistics (2007/08):
English League – 31 goals/34 games
Cup – 3/3
League Cup – 0/0
Europe – 8/11
Other – 0/1
Total – 42 goals/49 games

Lionel Andrés Messi goals statistics (2007/08):
Spanish League – 10 goals/28 games
Europe – 6/9
Total – 16 goals/40 games

Fernando José Torres Sanz goals statistics (2007/08):
English League – 24 goals/33 games
Europe – 6/11
Total – 33 goals/46 games

Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite (Kaká) goals statistics (2007/08):
Italian League – 15 goals/30 games
Europe – 3/9
Total – 19 goals/41 games

AFF Suzuki Cup Semi-Finals

21 Dec

Vietnam defeated Singapore 1-0 in the second leg semi-final of the AFF Suzuki Cup at the National Stadium. A mistake by Ismail Yunos cost the lion the chance to win the Asean football title three times in a row.

Anyway, this year is not ours since we lost Khairul Amri (broken metatarsal), Fazrul Nawaz (torn knee ligaments), Qiu Li (Fifa ruled him ineligible), Aleksandar Duric (fractured a bone) and John Wilkinson (calf injury). Noh Alam Shah is not 100% fit as he still carrying a niggling hamstring problem.

We will be strong the next time we plays (yeah.. we going to have more foreign import players… LOL).

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BPL – Blackburn 0 Manchester United 2

6 Oct

Nice shot from Wayne Rooney.

BPL - Blackburn 0 Man Utd 2
BPL – Blackburn 0 Man Utd 2

Interesting match. Manchester City was leading two nil in the first half, but lost 2-3 to Liverpool finally.

BPL - Man City 2 Liverpool 3
BPL – Man City 2 Liverpool 3

Manchester United Vs Newcastle United Live Match

17 Aug live video from Football in HD on

Too much buffering in Ch 28 in freeviewfootball. livefooty.

Brazil Olympic Team 3 – Singapore Selection 0

28 Jul

Goals scored by Diego Ribas da Cunha (20), Ronaldo de Assis Moreira aka Ronaldinho (26) and João Alves de Assis Silva aka Jo (81). Brazil leads 2-0 in the first half. One red card was flashed to Alex Silva in the 90th-minute for elbowing Singapore forward Qiu Li. Qiu Li was then unofficially sent off by referee Abdul Malik after getting treatment on his bloodied face.

Brazil Olympic NT 3 - Singapore Selection 0
Brazilian midfielder Anderson (R) dribbles past Singapore’s John Wilkinson (L).

Brazil Olympic NT 3 - Singapore Selection 0
Brazil’s captain Ronaldinho (L) vies for the ball with Singapore’s Valery Hiek (R).

Brazil Olympic NT 3 - Singapore Selection 0
Brazilian fowarder Alexandre Pato (R) runs with the ball away from Singapore player Baihakki Khaizan (L).

* Photos from website.

EURO 2008 Final : Germany 0 Fernando Torres (Spain) 1

1 Jul

Top 5 Scorers : David Villa (Spain), Hakan Yakin (Switzerland), Semih Şentürk (Turkey), Roman Pavlyuchenko (Russia) and Lukas Podolski (Germany).

Top Attacking Teams : Spain (12 goals), Netherlands (10 goals), Germany (10 goals), Turkey (8 goals), Portugal (7 goals) and Russia (7 goals).

30-Jun 2:45 AM Final: Winner SF1 (Germany) vs Winner SF2 (Spain) (0-1)

26-Jun 2:45 AM SF1: Winner QF1 (Germany) vs Winner QF2 (Turkey) (3-2)
27-Jun 2:45 AM SF2: Winner QF3 (Russia) vs Winner QF4 (Spain) (0-3)

20-Jun 2:45 AM QF1: Winner Grp A (Portugal) vs Runner-up Grp B (Germany) (2-3)
21-Jun 2:45 AM QF2: Winner Grp B (Croatia) vs Runner-up Grp A (Turkey) (1-1; pk 1-3)
22-Jun 2:45 AM QF3: Winner Grp C (Netherlands) vs Runner-up Grp D (Russia) (1-1; et 1-3)
23-Jun 2:45 AM QF4: Winner Grp D (Spain) vs Runner-up Grp C (Italy) (0-0; pk 4-2)

Euro 2008 Results

Day 12 : (EURO 2008) - Portugal, Germany, Croatia, Turkey, Netherlands, Russia, Spain and Italy In Q-Final!

Group A: Switzerland, Czech Republic, Portugal, Turkey
Group B: Austria, Croatia, Germany, Poland
Group C: Netherlands, Italy, Romania, France
Group D: Greece, Sweden, Spain, Russia

8-Jun 12:00 AM A Switzerland v Czech Republic (1-0)
8-Jun 2:45 AM A Portugal v Turkey (2-0)

9-Jun 12:00 AM B Austria v Croatia (0-1)
9-Jun 2:45 AM B Germany v Poland (2-0)

10-Jun 12:00 AM C Romania v France (0-0)
10-Jun 2:45 AM C Netherlands v Italy (3-0)

11-Jun 12:00 AM D Spain v Russia (4-1)
11-Jun 2:45 AM D Greece v Sweden (0-2)

12-Jun 12:00 AM A Czech Republic v Portugal (1-3)
12-Jun 2:45 AM A Switzerland v Turkey (1-2)

13-Jun 12:00 AM B Croatia v Germany (2-0)
13-Jun 2:45 AM B Austria v Poland (1-1)

14-Jun 12:00 AM C Italy v Romania (1-1)
14-Jun 2:45 AM C Netherlands v France (4-1)

15-Jun 12:00 AM D Sweden v Spain (1-2)
15-Jun 2:45 AM D Greece v Russia (0-1)

16-Jun 2:45 AM A Switzerland v Portugal (0-2)
16-Jun 2:45 AM A Turkey v Czech Republic (3-2)

17-Jun 2:45 AM B Poland v Croatia (0-1)
17-Jun 2:45 AM B Austria v Germany (0-1)

18-Jun 2:45 AM C Netherlands v Romania (2-0)
18-Jun 2:45 AM C France v Italy (0-2)

19-Jun 2:45 AM D Greece v Spain (1-2)
19-Jun 2:45 AM D Russia v Sweden (0-2)

*Singapore time

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Singapore 3 – Uzbekistan 7

2 Jun

Group 4 – Asian qualifying for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™. Singapore national soccer team punished by Uzbekistan for letting in soft goals as Singapore lost 7-3 at the Singapore National Stadium.

Singapore 3 - Uzbekistan 7
Image from Fifa.Com (AFP)

Timur Kapadze (10′), Victor Karpenko (21′), Server Djeparov (34′, 44′), Vitaliy Denisov (42′), Aziz Ibragimov (62′) and Maksim Shatskikh (88′) scored for Uzbekistan. Singapore goals came from Aleksandar Duric (16′), Mustafic Fahrudin (31′) and John Wilkinson (73′).

Singapore 3 - Uzbekistan 7
Image from Fifa.Com (AFP)

Uzbekistan is leading right now with nine points from three games. Saudi Arabia will be second if they beat Lebanon at home today. For Singapore to qualify for the final round, they really need to get three points from Uzbekistan at their hometown this Saturday (June 7th, 2008), then a win against Saudi Arabia at home one week later on June 14th and the last match to the Lebanon away on June 22nd.

This is the first time Singapore face Uzbekistan. Singapore had met Saudi Arabia in six occasions losing five games, draw once, scored two goals and conceded fifteen goals. Beat Lebanon once, lost once, scored four and let in three goals.

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