Saturday, July 10, 2010

God's Football Team -v- Devil's Team

God, and the devil were each having a holiday in hyper-space. The topic of conversation turned to who could turn out the best football team. Much to the God's surprise the devil proposed a football match to settle their dispute.

As God was leaving he said to the devil, 'Don't you realise that all the 'good' players go to heaven?"

The devil, smiling, responded "Yeah, but we've got all the refs!"


What do you call a malaysian player in the first round of the World Cup?
The Referee.


My computer's been infected by the Robert Green virus. Now I can't save anything.


Osama Bin laden has just appeared in a new T.V. message proving he is still alive. He said, 'The English football team were s*** again'. British intelligence have dismissed it, saying it could have been recorded at any time in the last 44 years.

Project high on Scot win, seniors see double in China

MALAYSIA will play China in the final of the Four-Nation in Dahlian, China today.
Yesterday, Malaysia and China played their final pool match but the match was called off in the second half after heavy rain made the pitch waterlogged. The score was 2-1 in favour of China and the tournament director insisted that Malaysia complete their match at 7am today, and then play China again in the final at 4pm the same day.
Meanwhile, the Project 2013 beat Scotland Under-21 3-2 in a friendly in Barcelona yesterday.
Project had earlier lost to Spain 3-2 and then drew their second match against Spain 2-2. The squad is on a training-cum tour of Europe to prepare for the 2013 Junior World Cup.
Project took the lead in the 20th minute when Firhan Ashaari, running from the left flank, beat three defenders before tucking in the ball from close range.
And just before the breather, Amir Farid’s solo run won Project their third Penalty corner, and skipper Mohamed Nor Faez scored to consolidate the lead.
The Scots were more aggressive in the second half, and reduced the deficit in the 39th minute through a field goal, and then drew level in the 53rd minute via a penalty corner set-piece.
Project woke up from their slumber and after muffing a few chances, they won a penalty stroke in the 60th minute and Firhan cooly converted.
“The personal team target for matches in Spain was to win at least one game considering the age and experience factor of opponents. And the boys not only won one, but also pulled off a draw against an experienced Spain side,” said team manager Mirnawan Nawawi.
The squad will leave for Poland today to play more friendlies.

First SMK Kepong Baru Indoor

PIC: The SMK Kepong Baru Indoor pitch.

THE First SMK Kepong Baru Indoor Hockey Tournament will be held on Saturday, July 31, 2010.

The tournament will start at 8.00am at the indoor pitch at SMK Kepong Baru.
GROUP A: 1 Lebah, 2 Beeliners, 3 Chota, 4 Stingers, 5 Honey Bees, 6 Bumble Bees.
GROUP B: 1 Tawon, 2 Kolavi, 3 Wasps, 4 Buzzers, 5 Hornets, 6 Killer Bees.
1. There will be five to a team but only four to play at any one time. Substitution allowed only for injuries. No rolling substitution allowed.
2. No GK. Smaller goalposts will be arranged.
3. Players will be picked by draw. Four groups of players -before 87, 1987, after 87, and current schoolboys.
4. This will be a proper tournament. 10 mins per game for group matches. 15 mins per half for semifinals and final. No halftime.
Sixty players have entered the tournament. The ages range from 13 to 25.