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Thursday, February 24, 2011

Ibra reignites feud with Guardiola

AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has taken another swipe at former employers Barcelona and also claims the Rossoneri are "more important" than Inter Milan.
Pep Guardiola and Zlatan Ibrahimovic never saw eye to eye at Barcelona
GettyImagesPep Guardiola and Zlatan Ibrahimovic never saw eye to eye at Barcelona
Ibrahimovic joined Barcelona in a €70 million transfer from Inter in 2009 but was shipped out to AC Milan in a cut price deal after just one season.

The Sweden international blames Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola for his failure to shine at the Camp Nou and has spoken of his frustration at the way he was treated.

"At Barcelona I understood how football and things can change so fast... my problem was one man, the 'philosopher' [Guardiola]," Ibrahimovic told Eurogoals.

"The first six months were excellent. I never had any problems with anyone, there is no one who can say I did something wrong. But then something happened, even I don't know what. I am still waiting for answers."

Ibrahimovic then stuck the boot into Guardiola by highlighting the quality of his coach at Inter, Jose Mourinho, under whom he worked during his final season with the Nerazzurri.

"If you don't have someone to motivate you then you don't want to fight, this is why there are coaches," he added.

"I would have killed for Jose Mourinho, for the motivation he gave me and for how he used to stimulate me. With the other [Guardiola] there was football, but a coach must adapt his play to suit the players, especially after spending €70 million on one.

"And if you have bought a player you don't then leave him to watch the birds in the trees."

On his time with Inter, he added: "I can't speak badly of Inter because I spent fantastic moments there, but historically I believe that Milan are a more important club.

"When I arrived here a project was presented to me which wheels around me and I have been promised many things on which the club is working. It's a project that is developing and I believe that next year will be the right year to fight on all fronts

Result UEFA Champions League February, 23 2011

FT Internazionale 0 - 1 Bayern Munich Round of 16 Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (71,462)
FT Marseille 0 - 0 Manchester United Round of 16 Stade VĂ©lodrome (58,000)

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Malaysia beat Pakistan 2-0 in Olympic football qualifier

Malaysian team celebrate their second goal against Pakistan during the FIFA Olympics Football tournament 2012 preliminary round at the Shah Alam stadium on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur on February 23, 2011

Malaysia's Wan Zaharul Nizam, right, celebrates with teammate Gurusamy Govandar Kandasamy after scoring first goal against Pakistan at the first leg soccer match of the London 2012 Olympics qualifier at a stadium in Shah Alam, outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2011.



 The first goal was scored in the fourth minute by Wan Zaharul Nizam Zakaria.

SHAH ALAM: Malaysia defeated Pakistan 2-0 their Olympics Football tournament 2012 preliminary round at the Shah Alam stadium here tonight.

The first goal was scored in the fourth minute by Wan Zaharul Nizam Zakaria.

With four minutes added on and a Pakistan player shown the red card for kicking the Malaysian goalkeeper, mid-fielder Irfan Fazail provided the second goal in the 48th minute.
Malaysia had opportunities to score more goals in the second half but were denied by impressive saves by the Pakistan goalkeeper.

UEFA Champios League Result 22 Feb 2011

FT FC Copenhagen 0 - 2 Chelsea Round of 16 Parken Stadion (28,000)
FT Lyon 1 - 1 Real Madrid Round of 16 Stade Gerland (38,000)    

Wednesday, February 9, 2011


Welcome all.

Wowww .. Yahoooo .. Horayyy .. Malaysia wins. Win beating Hong Kong by the network 2-0. Very satisfied Malayan tiger team to watch the game now (even if only watching at home). Since the AFF Suzuki Cup champion finished the day up to now, the national team's performance was so good we can be proud.

malaysia boleh

Malaysia seen all the players so excited and full of "confident" in the game last night. Players can hold the ball well, sending good and not too many lose control of the ball of the foot. This is expected by the supporters during the Malayan tiger. Increased  the much-awaited, long time football country faced the decline.
Goals scored respectively by Safiq Rahim and Amirul Hadi is a field goal that was so interesting ideas result from the players. Crafts and great courage to challenge the key to the goals scored by both of them. 

 Hopefully after this all the players to keep playing like this and continue to improve their performance and increase return ranking Malayan tiger team in football. MALAYSIA BOLEH!

harimau malaya

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Result EPL 06/02/2011

FT West Ham United 0 - 1 Birmingham Upton Park (32,927)
FT Chelsea 0 - 1 Liverpool Stamford Bridge (41,829)

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Result EPL 05/02/2011

FT Stoke City 3 - 2 Sunderland Britannia Stadium (26,008)
FT Aston Villa 2 - 2 Fulham Villa Park (35,899)
FT Everton 5 - 3 Blackpool Goodison Park (38,202)
FT Manchester City 3 - 0 West Bromwich Albion City of Manchester Stadium (46,846)
FT Newcastle United 4 - 4 Arsenal St James' Park (51,561)
FT Tottenham Hotspur 2 - 1 Bolton Wanderers White Hart Lane (36,197)
FT Wigan Athletic 4 - 3 Blackburn Rovers DW Stadium (18,567)
FT Wolverhampton Wanderers 2 - 1 Manchester United Molineux Stadium (28,811)

United run crashes at Wolves


Manchester United's unbeaten Premier League run is at end at 29 games after defeated by Wolves

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

NEW Result From EPL!!

Arsenal(2)           -            (1)Everton
Arshavin(70')                    Louis Saha(24')

Sunderland(2)                   -                   (4)Chelsea
Phillip Bardsley(4')                                 Lampard(pen15')
Kieran Richardson(26')                          Salomon Kalou(23')
                                                              John Terry(60')
                                                              Nicolas Anelka(90)

Manchester United(3)                      -                        (1)Aston Villa
Wayne Rooney(1', 45')                                              Darren Bent(58')
Nemanja Vidic(63')

West Brom(2)                                -                           (2) Wigan
Peter Odemwingie(5')                                                  Charles N'Zogbia(20')
Marc-Antoine Fortune(79')                                          Ben Watson (43')