Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Cristiano Ronaldo Video (Portugal Vs. Sweden).

My day started early today as I had to wake up early to drive my mother to her destination to buy a few stuffs. Accompanied her and help her carry the things that she bought. Had my lunch and went back straight home.

I subscribed to this group, in Facebook, specially dedicated to Cristiano Ronaldo and the group frequently updates their subscribers with a lot of videos featuring this fantastic player. Both for Manchester United and Portugal.

So, I logged on my Facebook account and came across this on my updates list. Enjoy:

This video features Ronaldo in action in the recent match between Portugal and Sweden. 

And... great song too...

Yes, I'm not a fan of either Manchester United or Portugal but I respect Cristiano Ronaldo as he is undeniably a brilliant player. The talent that he has with the ball is one of the best that I've seen.

So, don't ever fucking judge me by saying I'm fucking bias or any other shit as it is not true. I love my club Liverpool and the country that I support in football since born, Germany.... but... I love football more...

If you think I'm bias... Which is a total bullshit... Fuck you...


Note: Yeah, right.

Monday, March 30, 2009

Earth Hour 2009 (Picture).

During the so-called Earth Hour, as I mentioned in my previous post, we went to grab ice-creams at McDonald's located in the Sunway Pyramid shopping mall yang terang-benderang giler kat dalam. Earth Hour-lah konon.

From left: Fais Torres (9), Reza Ronaldo (7) and Hazwan Gerrard (8)...

( Click the picture for larger view... )

The Com.Sj's
Thanks to our cool cameraman, Aizu Lampard (8)...


P/S : Seruan Ilahi.

1. Lady GaGa - Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say).
2. Bunkface - Last Minute.
3. Slipknot - People = Shit.
4. Godsmack - I Stand Alone.

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Nikmat Sementara.

I just got back from hanging out with my friends Aizu, Reza and Afzar. I send Reza to SS19 to pick up his car as he sent there yesterday to get his car serviced and repaired. Reza claimed his car is much faster now. Proclaimed Reza "Kete aku laju siot sekarang... Yeah..."

At first, Darussalam was our destination but as the weather was 'fantastically' hot, we decided to go to Summit. Had our lunch there while laughing on a lot of things. From the coming elections, football, World Cup Qualifier matches, and the UMNO General Assembly.

Although I actually support Mukrhiz to grab the UMNO Youth Chief position but KJ is also as good. This is because not only he has a fabulous education background, but he's a vocal person and UMNO need that right now. I'm pretty sure he will fight back all of those baseless accusations by the opposition. 

Some of The World Cup Qualifier matches: 

England 4 - Slovakia 0
This is fantastic result for Capello's players as they're now back on their top performance. With Beckham back in the line-up, England is a team to watch out.

Germany 4 - Liechtenstein 0
I watched this match yesterday, as I'm a Germany supporter, and the match was fantastic. Brilliant passes and even the stubborn opponent's defensive line failed to stop Germany from netting 4 goals into the goal. Ballack showed his true capability as a captain leading both the attacking and defensive line. And my favourite German player, Bastian Schweinsteiger is still very much alive and kicking on the right side of the field as he plays as the right winger for both Germany and Bayern Munich FC.  He created havoc and provides a lot of chances for his teammates to score.

Spain 1 - Turkey 0
I watched this one too. Tido lepas Subuh lah katekan. Now, for me personally, this particular match was like the final World Cup match. Spain as you know, the current European Champion didn't surprised me very much with superb passes and fantastic teamwork but Turkey was the one who strucked me the most. They played tremendously throughout the entire game and if it wasn't for Casillas, the Spanish's goalkeeper, Turkey would have grab the win for this one. Tuncay and Nihat is the key to Turkey's attacking capabilities. Both players controls the ball well and provides dangerous scoring opportunities.


P/S: I glanced my eyes to look at it and it was black.

1. Grey Sky Morning - Cinta Gila.
2. Statik - Nikmat Sementara.

The Not So Earth Hour 2009.

So, yesterday I went to Sunway Pyramid to see and feel the ever-so-semangat Earth Hour 2009. Meet up with the rest of the gang at Aizu's place around Maghrib time. Fetch them up and picked up Reza at his house. It's 5 of us now (Hazwan, Yam, Reza, Aizu and an alien, Fais).

Parked near Bidara as it was situated next to Sunway Pyramid, since it is free and the ceremony was held outside anyway so why waste money right? The guest who officially switched off the Sunway Pyramid lights was Y.B. Hannah Yeoh, DUN of Subang Jaya. Sorry-lah, I voted against her during the last election. I'm an UMNO supporter. Political differences aside, I'm with her on saving the environment.

Countdown began... 10... 9... 8... and in the end the switch was off. To tell you the truth, it wasn't that dark and it didn't felt like Earth Hour at all. The lights were still shining brightly inside of the shopping mall. 

Sunway Pyramid only closes it lights externally not internally because it was 100 percent normal on the inside. Earth Hour-lah sangat.

We have to admit to the fact that humans without electricity is absolutely impossible. We were born to use electrity. After that, we walked our way to Bidara and hang out. We joined Aizu's friend Amar, Munzir and Khairil kot name die. They had Shisha (Not me... I don't shisha... No smoke whatsoever shall enter my lungs... That's why I don't smoke...) while I was eating in hunger. We also played cards and due to Aizu's and Yam's request, I shall talk about it in my blog....... Right now.......

So, here it goes alright...

We were playing 'Declare' in which it requires at anytime one person who were playing to say 'Declare' provided he/she is convinced that his/her cards are strong enough to beat the others. In other words, the lesser your amounted score, the better. 

As we were playing, Amar dgn semangat jitu and membaranya berkata... "Sape kalah berdiri ar... Best sedikit"... I thought it was just a joke or he was just trying to scare us all but actually, he was in deed, dead serious. 

It was more or less like a Premier League match up. 4 Liverpool fans (Me, Hazwan, Munzir and Khairil), 2 Manchester United fans (Reza and Amar) and 2 Chelsea fans (Aizu and Yam) in which the club had never tasted the glory of winning the Champions League... Ooopppss....

I got my share of the embarrassment of having to stand up while playing cards. The people there must have wondered "Apa lembu nyer budak nie gi berdiri tetiba nie... Dah ar tgh main card plak tue". I controlled my so called pride and won the game so at last, the pleasure of saving myself the embarrassment.

Overall, the person who tasted the 'glory' of having to stand up the most was Hazwan. First one to stand followed by 5 consecutive times of having to play cards while standing. Reza was second with 4 times, Aizu 3 times, Munzir 2 times, Amar 2 times, and Me, 1 time only. Yam somehow turned pro yesterday night and she didn't lose any  game.

After that I sent Aizu and Yam back as they wanted to go back home early. After that, I drove Hazwan, accompanied by Reza,  back to his house in Cheras. Being a Subang Jaya resident, driving on the Federal Highway without traffic is a blessing that's absolutely priceless. If it was during the peak hours, aku rasa mcm nak tinggal jer kete kat situ and jog my way to my destination. Lagi cepat.

Upon reaching Subang, I realized I was still hungry, so I decided to pack some food before heading home but Reza said "Makan terus ar... Boley lepak jap...". So I said "Power idea tue"...  We ended in Mc Donalds Taipan eating...

We sembang a lot and discussed everything that crosses our minds... Macam-macam topik keluar... 

Reza is the closest to me among my best friends so it is always a pleasure to hang out with him. Furthermore, he stays in USJ 6 too... Walking distance from my house...

Conclusion, the Earth Hour is more like an event rather than saving our planet. It's like a 'hip' thing that everybody thinks is cool. It's more like the people involved (not all, ockay) can be proud and thinks he/she is cool for saving the earth. One-hour jer lah pon. Give me a break-lah.

If you want to save the earth, do it daily not just during earth hour. Once a year only ke kita nak selamatkan our beloved earth? Sejam plak tue?

Like I said... Be green every hour and everyday...


Note: Ooohhh believe me I've stared into my 'life tunnel' and the lights wasn't there...

Saturday, March 28, 2009

Earth Hour 2009.

Today, we shall be saving the earth for our future generations. For one hour only-lah. We do have to accept the fact that humans just can't stop from destroying their very own planet that they call home. It's in their freaking nature (I'm an alien, so I'm not counted as a human alright). Aku wonder mana depa nak pi when the earth is finally dead?

The Kyoto Protocol is one of the step taken to limit, I repeat, limit, not stop, the pollution that we releases into the air. It's good to know almost all of the countries on the globe signed the petition except, the king of crooks, the United States. Don't get me wrong, they did signed the Kyoto Protocol but they didn't ratify it.

It's more or less like they just sign it for their country name sake but the rules and regulations of the treaty are not bounded to them. Basically, they can pollute the earth to whatever extend they wish to.

United States produces the most carbon emissions every year and it has been increasing ever since. To make things worst, former President of the country, Bush, didn't support the Kyoto treaty and as a result of that he did not submit the treaty to the Senate for ratification.

So, don't just be 'green' during the Earth Hour. Be green every hour and everyday. A small contribution can make a huge difference....


Note: Godsmack - I Stand Alone.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Last Minute.

Freaking heavy rain. Yes, it was raining as if someone took the ocean and pour it on the Klang Valley and Kuala Lumpur. That was the situation as I was driving my way to fetch my grandmother for the routine check up in HUKM. I woke up at 6am today and quickly hit the shower. As it was raining, as mentioned earlier, I felt as if I was showering in the freaking fridge. Shivers took control of my hands and legs.

I got ready and hit the road with my father. As usual, I was the driver and my father was the 'lecturer'. You know what I mean. Along the way to my grandmother's house, I think he covered everything from football, politics, traffic jams, police, the army, cars and etc.

We reached the Kampung Pandan Roundabout at 8.15am. 1 hour and 15 minutes of driving to enter the heart of KL although Subang Jaya is located quite near to the city centre. Fuck You, traffic jams. Picked up my grandmother and immediately we were on our way to HUKM as my dad had a meeting at noon so every minute counts. All done, sent my grandmother home and hit the Federal Highway. As mentioned earlier, my father had a meeting in PJ so I dropped him off and went back home.

Later that evening, I went out with my friends at Makbul to occupy our time. Chit chatted a while and went back.


Note: Bunkface - Last Minute.

Monday, March 23, 2009


Last weekend's Premier League matches proves to us that the league is still very much the best in the world. Some people might agree with this view but for me, the Spanish League is also as entertaining as the Premier League. The German league, Bundesliga, is actually an interesting league but the problem is the influence that the league brings towards the globe is very much below par.

Manchester United, who is the favourite to bag the Premier League crown suffered a tremendous blow to their title hopes when they were beaten 2-0 away at Fulham. Man Utd wasn't playing at their capability during the entire game allowing Fulham to create chances and if it wasn't for Van Der Sar, the score would have been worst than the final result. The Man Utd goalkeeper produces fine saves during the first half denying Fulham to grab that vital first goal but after constant bombardment of the Utd's goal, Fulham managed to scored the first goal. Thanks to a brilliant penalty by Danny Murphy. Scholes were shown a straight red card for purposely using his hands to prevent the ball from entering the goal.

Second half, Man Utd stepped up to the game. Although they were playing with only 10 men, Fulham were forced to defend their goal from the minute the whistle was blown. The Fulham's goalkeeper, Mark Schwarzer produces a lot of brilliant saves. He was basically tested to the very limit of his capabilities. Rooney was introduced in order to sharpen up the attacking front of the Red Devils. The decision to play him proven to be a big mistake for the Utd manager, Sir Alex Ferguson. Rooney were booked twice and was sent off. The second booking was a silly one due to the fact that he threw the ball to the referee in anger and the man in charge didn't have much choice but to sent him off the field.

In the end, Fulham grabbed the second goal and destroyed Utd's hope of at least grabbing a draw from this particular fixture.

Arsenal is currently flying and they are definitely a team to watch out for. They beat Newcastle United with a score of 3-1 thanks to goals from Bendtner, Diaby and Nasri.

Tottenham Hotspurs beat Chelsea, another title contender, with a score of 1-0 thanks to Modric who grabbed the only goal of the match. This particular fixture, known as the London derby as both teams are based in this metropolis city.

Another title contender apart from Utd and Chelsea, Liverpool beat Aston Villa, who are chasing after the last Champions League spot with a score of 5-0. Gerrard scored his first ever hat trick at Anfield by scoring 3 out of the 5 goals Liverpool scored. Kuyt and Riera each scored a goal to add up the total score to 5 goals. Throughout the entire game, Liverpool showed their ability to control the game and produces fantastic passes especially from the man known for his accuracy in passing the ball, Xavi Alonso. Although he is not that known if being compared to Gerrard or Torres, he is the back bone behind Liverpool's success for years. For me, this is a player that Liverpool should treasure and appreciate.

The first goal came after Gerrard's free kicks in which Alonso heads the ball and it bounces off the Villa's goal upper post and the bell fell onto the legs of Dirk Kuyt who volleyed the ball home.

Riera scored his fifth goal of the season from an unlikely assists, Pepe Reina, the Liverpool goal keeper who unleashed a tremendous kick and Riera was the first one to respond and volleyed the ball into the goal. Brad Friedel had no chance whatsoever to even touch the ball.

Gerrard scored his first goal of the match when he sent Friedel the wrong way and scored the penalty handed to the Liverpool side when Riera was fouled in the penalty box.

Second half, Liverpool pushed hard to grab more goals in order to demolish Aston Villa. Gerrard, the Liverpool captain, scored a cheeky free kick just outside of the penalty box. He slide ball into the goal with power and the ball went into the left side of the Villa's goal and Friedel was yet again, beaten.

Hat Trick. Gerrard grabbed his first ever hat trick at Anfield when he slotted the second penalty of the game when, Torres, the Liverpool striker was fouled by Friedel who were sent off by the referee for a deliberate tackle of Fernando Torres. Gerrard scored his third goal of the game and Aston Villa were completely annihilated by the Red army.

Liverpool is now placed second in the Premier League with one point separating them from the current top spot holder, Manchester United, who have a game in hand. Chelsea, who lost their match failed to capitalize their chance of catching United. They're currently occupying the third place with 61 points compared to Liverpool 64 and Man Utd 65.


Note: KoRn - Blind.

Friday, March 20, 2009

UEFA Champions League Quarter Final Fixtures.

The moment that I waited for had finally arrived. What's that? Some of you might ask. Well, the answer is, the Champions League quarter final draw. This is the most anticipated news that I've been eagerly waited throughout the entire week. Enough of bullshitting and let's look at the fixtures:

These are all my opinions and if you disagree with me, fuck you.

1) Villareal CF Vs Arsenal FC
Based on the current form, Arsenal should have the upper hand going into this match. Players like Arshavin, Eboue, and Eduardo had been hitting the net quite frequently nowadays. Villareal isn't bad either. Their domestic league form had been impressive since they're currently occupying the 4th spot of the Spanish League. This is going to be a tough one but Arsenal should progress to the next stage.

2) Manchester United FC Vs FC Porto
This particular fixture offers the match up of giants, one originated from England and as for the other one, from Portugal. Porto is definitely a fierce team in Portugal and this shows due to the fact the they're currently at the top of the Portugese League. To make things more interesting, Manchester United, which is also occupying the number 1 spot in the Premier League, is one of the most strongest team in the world having bagged the World Club Champion trophy and also the League Cup. This is definitely a fixture that I can't wait to watch. My vote goes to Manchester United to progress to the next round of the Champions League.

3) Liverpool FC Vs Chelsea FC
What the fuck!? Again!? That was my first impression when my eyes stumbled upon this particular match up. Almost every single year, Liverpool were drew to battle it out with Chelsea. This is the fifth time that both teams met, four times in the knock-out stage and one time in the group stage. I can still remember Luis Garcia's goal threw Chelsea out of the competition when Jose Mourinho was still the manager of the Blues. Both teams had been gaining momentum in the Premier League. This is based on the fact that both, Liverpool and Chelsea had been winning matches and they're currently fighting for the number two spot in the league mentioned above. Who'll win? This is a tough one for me to call. My instinct tells me Liverpool will proceed to the next round, provided they can maintain their current form that destroyed Real Madrid 5-0 and humiliated Manchester United at Old Trafford with a score of 4-1.

4) FC Barcelona Vs Bayern Munich FC
Crazy. This is absolutely a crazy. For me, this is like the clash of the fucking titans. Bigger than titans. I shall call it the clash of the supernovas. Both teams, known for their attacking superiority will face each other and only god knows what will the result be. Barcelona, who's currently out of form when they allowed Real Madrid to cut the margin to just 6 points, will have to perform at their very best if they were to knock out Bayern Munich out of the competition. As for Bayern Munich, who thrashed and 'lenyek' Sporting Lisbon during the knock-out stage with a score of 12-1 on aggregate, will give Barcelona a tough time and to make things more interesting, Podolski and Klose had been hitting the net frequently this season. My vote goes to Barcelona to progress looking at their current attacking perfection style of playing.

Come to think of it. Just imagine if Liverpool and Chelsea were drawn not to meet each other in the Quarter Finals. Both will meet different opponents who are not from the Premier League. What will happen if all of the English teams won? Fucking boring Semi-Final matches. All English teams. It's like watching the Premier League. Thank god Liverpool were drawn to go against Chelsea...


Note: 9.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Earth Hour 2009.

The world is dying. Without us realizing, our beloved planet that we call home is slowly deteriorating and soon, it will diminish together with all the things on its surface. Let's show our support and fight the global warming before its too late.

To show our support, apart from changing our lifestyle to be more environmental friendly, we can show it by switching off our lights...

Switch Off your lights damnit
28th March 2009

(Just for an hour... What else is more important than saving our planet? )


Note: My sad dying little earth...

Wednesday, March 18, 2009


Throughout these past few days, it has been quite a normal day for me. Just simple daily routine life. There are a few activities that I've involved myself in. Like for example today, where I joined Aizu to see his cousin's futsal tournament held in the Sunway Sports Planet complex.

As usual, I woke up and got ready. Waited for him and finally he arrives. As usual, a 'de-tour' was taken before reaching the futsal complex. Where? Subang's A&W. The one situated right next to the 3K complex. Bought ourselves some food and went straight to our destination.

It was a great experience being able to watch people playing futsal and seeing lots of beautiful goals. And I mean, superb ones. Some of them, for me personally, have a feet of a cheetah, fast and yet can control the ball as if the ball was glued to his feet. Brilliant.

After all of that, we went back and I went out again. This time to accompany my mother to buy a few things in Kuala Lumpur. Star Hill to be exact. Picked up my father at his workplace and went to Pizza Hut to have our dinner. Ate around 4 slices of pizzas. This is because I was quite hungry due to the fact that I was quite active today.

Got full and went back home...


Note: Hujan - Bila Aku Sudah Tiada.

Monday, March 16, 2009



Simply Pathetic.

Why can't you people accept losing? Even me myself when my team, Liverpool FC, lost a match, will accept it with an open heart and I will even compliment the opponent's team. Remember when Liverpool lost 2-0 to Middlesbrough? I can still recall saying they deserved the win since they played well and was far better than Liverpool during the entire game. I even gave credit to Tuncay for scoring a brilliant goal to finish off Liverpool.

Sadly, there are people out there who can't accept defeat. They're stupid enough to think that, in football, there are no such thing as losing. Pathetic. Just simply pathetic.

When Man Utd win, they'll say it's the best club in the world but when Man Utd lost, they'll say the opponent's team was lucky. Scoring 4 goals in Old Trafford is lucky? You call that lucky? Give me a fucking break... Go and check your brain idiots...

There are no such thing as a team will go unbeaten forever. In football, there's winning and losing. Accept it or stay as pathetic as you're now...


Note: Our Lady Peace - Innocent.

Original Prankster.

100 truths. Don't forget to tag!

Last beverage? Kerepek Pisang.

Last phone call? Ainne Faisyah.

Last text message? Ainne Faisyah.

Last song you listened to? Lady Gaga - Poker Face.

Last time you cried? Entah.

Have you ever:-

Dated someone twice? No.

Been cheated on? Yes.

Kissed someone and regretted it? No.

Lost someone special? My Grandparents.

In the past month have you :

Fallen out of love? No.

Laughed until you cried? No.

Met someone who changed your life? Definitely Yes.

Found out someone was talking about you? I don't give a shit. You kick me, I kick you.

How many people on your top friends do you know in real life? All.

Do you have any pets? Yes. A cat.

Do you want to change your name? No.

What time did you wake up today? 1.30pm.

What were you doing at midnight last night? Eating at Mc Donalds SS15.

Name something you cannot wait for? The 2010 World Cup (Go Germany, Go).

The last time you saw your father? Just now.

What's one thing you wish you could change? Entah.

Have you ever talked to a person named Tom? No.

What's getting on your nerves right now? My cat.

What's your name? Fais Azlanne.

Elementary/Primary school? 1. Sekolah Rendah Kebangsaan St. Gabriel. (Standard 1)
2. Sekolah Rendah Kebangsaan Seri Petaling. (Standard 2 & 3)
3. Sekolah Rendah Kebangsaan Taman Maluri. (Standard 4)
4. Sekolah Rendah Kebangsaan Kem Terendak. (Standard 5)
5. Sekolah Rendah Kebangsaan Seafield. (Standard 6)

Middle/Secondary school? 1. Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Seafiled. (Form 1-Form 5)

Hair colour? Black.

Long or short? Short.

Are you a health freak? Sometimes yes, sometimes no.

Righty or lefty? Righty.

Firsts :

Surgery? Not yet.

Piercing? None.

Best friend? Aizu, Reza, Qidran, Afzar, Hazwan and the Com.Sj's.

Sports you joined? Football and badminton.

First pet? A Cat.

First vacation? Singapore.


Eating? Kerepek Pisang.

Drinking? Nescafe.

Waiting? To sleep.

Your future:

Want kids? InsyaAllah.

To get married? InsyaAllah.

Careers in mind? Managing Director of Volvo Malaysia.

Have you ever:

Kissed a stranger? No.

Drank wine/beer/alcohol? No.

Lost glasses/contacts? No.

Ran away from home? Sometimes, I want to do that.

Broken someone's heart? No.

Been arrested? No.

Cried when someone died? Mestilah.

Do you believe in:

Yourself? Sometimes.

Miracles? Yes.

Love at first sight? No.

Heaven? Yes.

Kiss on first date? Entah.

Angels? Malaikat? Yes.

Answer truthfully:

Is there one person you want to be with right now? Definitely Yes (Anney).

Had more than one bf/gf at one time? No.

Do you believe in God? Allah Maha Besar.

I tag;
1. Aizu
2. Hafeez
3. Putri
4. Aimi
5. Yum Yum


Note: The Offspring - Original Prankster.

Sunday, March 15, 2009

Manchester United 1 - Liverpool FC 4.

Yesterday, holds the match between the two most biggest clubs in the entire world. Both are known for their tremendous trophies collections since the clubs were established. One known as the Red Devils (Manchester United) and as for the other one, they're known as The Reds (Liverpool FC). Although both clubs have a similar colour to represent their identity but the rivalry between them is no doubt the most intense the Premier League had to offer.

The match yesterday showed the classiness of Liverpool right after them beating Real Madrid by 5 goals to 1 in the UEFA Champions League. The momentum had worked for them tremendously when they destroyed Manchester United at their very own stadium, the Old Trafford. Winning a match by 4 goals and only allowing the opponent to put 1 single goal into the back of the net is definitely something to be proud of. I'm not saying the Liverpool fans deserve to brag about this particular win, but for us, the Liverpool fan, this is something like an achievement that will allow us to anticipate better performances in the next coming fixtures.

Commenting on the match, Manchester United started off brilliantly. They hold most of the possessions during the first 10 minutes into game and in the end, Liverpool breaks down when Reina, the team's goalkeeper, tripped Park Ji Sung in the penalty box and handed a penalty kick for the Red Devils. Cristiano Ronaldo, as expected, took the penalty kick and a player of his class won't simply miss such a chance to score and he took the it brilliantly with Reina well beaten. Manchester United lead the game by 1 goal to nil.

After a few attacks and hard fought ball battle, Liverpool scored when Fernando Torres took full advantage of Vidic's mistake of allowing the ball to bounce above him. Torres, known for his speed and pace, beat Vidic's determination to get the ball, and slotted the ball in, beating Van Der Sar with a simple placing of the ball into the corner of the goal. It's 1-1 and both teams looks more and more eager to get the second goal.

As the first half was just about to end, Gerrard was tripped by Evra at the edge of the penalty box and he himself took the penalty kick given by the referee. He took it with full confidence and scored the Liverpool's second goal. The Reds went into the break leading the Red Devils with 2 goals to 1.

Second half started and straight away Liverpool was back in business. They hold most of the possession and they gave everything that they had trying to get the third goal to ensure the 3 points belongs to them. Yet again, the culprit for Manchester United's lost, Nemanja Vidic, produced another mistake when he brought down Gerrrad right outside of United's penalty box and Aurellio scored a brilliant struck free kick with Van Der Sar only managed to look on as the ball enter's the goal. The score is now 3-1 and Manchester United did produced a few chances but failed to score thanks to superb defending by Carragher and Hypia and also Pepe Reina's superb saves guarding the Liverpool's goal.

In the end, the Red Devils hope of at least grabbing a draw out of this match was thrashed when Andrea Dossena, coming on as a substitute replacing Alberto Riera, scored with a brilliant goal by lobbing the ball over Van Der Sar, the Manchester United's goalkeeper.

The match ended with a score of 4-1 and Liverpool, if they can maintain the performances that they've showed during the match against Real Madrid and Manchester United, they will surely be able to give a challenge to win both the Premier League and also the UEFA Champions League. But, Manchester United will surely bounce back from this lost and the football world can expect a hard battle at the top of the Premier League with three teams are currently favourites to bag the trophy this season.


Note: Manchester United 1 - Liverpool FC 4.

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Pre-Match ( Manchester United Vs Liverpool )

Tonight clash between the most fiercest rivalry is basically one of the most much awaited match for the world football fans. It's not just because of the intense abuse that each players will get from their opponents counterpart but also, the atmosphere itself. Be it in the stadium or outside of the stadium. Sea of people will be anticipating a good match with both teams are currently at their very top performance based on their what they managed to achieve during the last UEFA Champions League match.

No doubt, the referee will have a hard time trying to make sure that the rivalry among these two teams doesn't lead to abusive words and hard tackles that may lead to injuries. For sure there will be a lot of yellow cards but as the other colour, the red, there's still possibilities that players like Mascherano and Rooney who are known for their temper on the field might be sent off by the referee in charged.

Both attacking front will experience a hard time trying to break through each side defenses. That's a sure thing. Ferdinand and Vidic is like a wall. Furthermore, with Van Der Sar guarding the goal, Liverpool will have to play at their very best if they were to score a goal tonight. As for the Liverpool's defensive pattern, Carragher as usual will lead the defensive line with help from Arbeloa and Dossena. Both side defenders will have a tough time guarding players such as Torres, Rooney, Berbatov and Babel, if Benitez starts him.

Midfield will certainly gives us, the football fans almost like a dream come true phenomenon. With Ronaldo, Gerrard, Carrick, Alonso, Scholes, and Giggs playing on the same turf tyring to out performed each other. Simply priceless. Gerrard's combination with Torres are well known for their deadly result in front of goal and for Man Utd's, Ronaldo can create tremendous opportunities for both Rooney and Berbatov to score and to make things more interesting, Ronaldo can even score goals himself.

The pressure is definitely on the Liverpool's side as not only they will be playing in Old Trafford, Man Utd's stronghold, but also they will need to win the match if they were to catch Man Utd at the top of table. Benitez needs to squeeze his brains out in order to determine the right players who can play in such intense match.

Pre-match, Rooney fired up the hatred between each teams by stating that he hates Liverpool. In the english words, hate is very much a 'strong' word compared to dislike. What does that mean? He'll definitely will try to score as much goals as he can in tonight's match. It is understandable for him to say that as he grew up as an Everton fan, Liverpool's arch rival in the Merseyside, so, I'm not surprise for him to come up with such statement.

Whatever it is, tonight, let there be joy for both team's supporters...

And if you want to give me biased comments or remarks... shut the fuck up... don't even think of bragging about the greatness of your pathetic club as I won't listen... be whatever club it may be...


Note: Burn, burn for us, for them, for you...

Friday, March 13, 2009

Burn, burn for us, for them, for you.

As you all know, the UEFA Champions League knockout stage had just finished. The quarter finals is next and my god I can't wait to see the matches line up. Who will go against who. In second successive season, all 4 English clubs from the Premier League, also known as the big four, progressed into the next stage with Spain having two representatives, Germany one, Portugal one and sadly, none for Italy as they were all beaten by those English clubs.

Arsenal won on penalties in which for me was a fair result as Roma was constantly threatening Arsenal's goal but luck wasn't on their side and in the end, the deciding factor was the penalty kicks and Arsenal proved to be tremendous when it comes to putting the ball into the back of the net from the penalty spot.

As for the Man Utd Vs Inter Milan match, I did expect Man Utd to win it since winning at Old Trafford is almost impossible. Note the 'almost'. So, there's still possibility that they could lose on their very own ground. Inter Milan was basically quite dead upfront as Ibrahimovic acted as the lone striker and the others was there just to fill in the line ups. I can still recall seeing Ibrahimovic holding the ball with 4 red shirts defending behind him. It was basically a clear signal that he wouldn't have a tiny chance to get pass through those defenders unless he bribed them. Vieira was not playing at his 100 percent compared to matches he played in the Serie A. In the end, Man Utd won it with a score of 2-0 thanks to goals from Vidic and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Chelsea also progressed into the quarter finals but with a tough fight from Juventus. With a goal advantage going into the second leg, they would only need a draw to get themselves into the next stage but instead, Juventus shocked the Chelsea players when they scored to level the score. Essien scored the equalizer before Del Piero's penalty put them back ahead. But still, Juventus will have to score one more goal if they want to progress because of the away goal rules but unlucky for them, Drogba grab the equalizing goal, hence, Chelsea won it with a score of 3-2 on aggregate.

Football aside, I went through my daily life just as normal within these past few days. Nothing much to talk about. Today, as usual on Fridays, I went to the mosque to perform my Friday prayers and after that hang out with my friends at Makbul.

Tomorrow: Man Utd Vs Liverpool... It'll be a tough fixture... Whatever the result is, I accept it with an open heart...


Note: Lost Prophets - Burn Burn.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Smells Like Teen Spirit.

As you all know, yesterday held the second leg of the knock-out stage for the Champions League. A few more teams will be playing tonight and I am sure as hell I won't miss it. Yesterday, it was a normal day for me until the sun sets down. This is when my energy reaches its peak.

I went out with my friends to Bidara to chit-chat around. It was fun and that includes them firing me in every topic that they can think of. From gigit to I drive slow. I was basically fried and defenseless. But, it was fun. Met Idan for the last time before he flys back to Bintulu, the city in which he is currently working. After that, we went straight to Aizu's house.

Quote of the night: By Reza... "Father of Law"... :P

The purpose was to watch the Liverpool Vs Real Madrid match and also the Juventus Vs Chelsea fixture. The match was fantastic. I'm talking about the Liverpool Vs Real Madrid match here. Their performance was fantastic and for me personally, Real Madrid were not ready for the Anfield atmosphere. They were basically swallowed by the die heart Liverpool fans chanting the club's anthem all around the stadium.

Gerrard and Torres proved that they are in deed a dangerous partnership when it comes to attacking since they turn the Real Madrid's defenses into chaos. Yesterday's performance is what Liverpool need if they want to go far in the Champions League. If they can maintain the way they played yesterday, I foresee them going far and maybe, who knows, win it. But there'll be tough opponents. Well, the name itself states it, CHAMPIONS League.

Final result, Liverpool FC 5 Vs Real Madrid 0 (on aggregate). As for Bayern Munich, my second favourite team apart from Liverpool, they basically destroyed Sporting Lisbon when they won the fixture with a score of 7 - 1 (12 - 1 on aggregate). Look at the score, sounds like a badminton match.

We had Mc Donalds while watching the match thanks to me and Afzar who went out for a while to buy some food for these guys. Thanks Afzar for 'belanjaing' us... Kaw memang Stylo + Kacak... :D.

I spent the night at Aizu's house as the match was quite late so going back at that time would be suicidal. My head would be cut off. The next day, I woke up, took my shower and had my lunch at Aizu's house. Played some games and went out to Makbul to hang out with Syamsul.


Note: Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit.

Monday, March 09, 2009

The Man Who Can't Be Moved.

I went to Summit yesterday to hang out with my friends. At first, there was actually no plans for the day. I thought of just staying at home and watch some television. You know, typical Sunday. But then, I got bored and luckily for me my friend Reza called me to invite me to hang out with him and our friends. I said hell yes since i wasn't looking forward to a day of just staying at home and do nothing.

The purpose was to have our lunch because both of us was hungry. Deciding on the place to eat was a mission itself since we can't seem to agree on which restaurant to eat. In the end, the word chicken aroused in our mind and I said to him "What came across your mind when you think of chicken?" and both of us answered enthusiastically, KFC. So, KFC it was.

Apart from me and Reza, the others went their separate ways to find something to do in the mall since they were not hungry. We had our lunch and as for me, I was so full that I felt my stomach was about to explode. After that, we walked around the mall browsing through DVD's since Reza wanted to find the movie titled Saw. As for me, I was browsing through the items in the football shop located opposite of the DVD store. It was selling basically miscellaneous things with encryption of any football teams logo or players on it. From a Man Utd car sticker to a Liverpool slippers. Now, that's unique.

Mission accomplished and as it was still early, we went to Makbul to hang out, yeah, again. Chit chatted and laughed our hearts out about various things. Soon after that, we went back. I got ready and went for football. Played for a while, around 20 to 30 minutes since I arrived late.

Later during the night, I went out, again, with my friends. This time the destination chosen was Uptown. For some reason, they were craving for the food available there. I picked up my friends and hit the road. It was fun and I'm sure each and everyone of use enjoyed the time we spent there yesterday night.

Finished our meals and went to Aizu's house to play some games. After that, we went back home.....


Note: The Script - The Man Who Can't Be Moved.

Through Thick And Thin.

Last Saturday, I went to Central Market located at the heart of Kuala Lumpur to see my deary Anney :D. My day started with a phone call from Ainne Faisyah. She woke me up at around 8.30am and soon after that, she texted me informing me about the roadblocks by the police due to the 'Mansuhkan PPSMI' demonstration (Dah 6 tahun implemented, baru sekarang nak kecoh... Stupid...).

I replied her text by saying that I'll make it into KL deary :D. Took my shower and got ready. Drove my way to the Central Market and waited for Anney to arrive with her friends.

We did a lot of jalan-jalan trying to figure out what to get for Kak Ngah for her birthday. In the end, we managed to buy her presents and syukur Alhamdulillah she likes the presents that was presented to her from me and Anney :). We also had our lunch in the food court and in my opinion, the food court was simply fantastic and fabulous. Clean, tidy, organized and co-operative staffs.

The best part was that Pei Yee and Chew, her boyfriend, wore white shirts and black shorts and as for me and Anney, both of us was also wearing white shirts but with blue jeans. So, matching apparels for both couples :D.

After hours of walking and laughing, in the end, Anney and her friends had to go back as it was getting late for them. I sent them to the KTM station located nearby and wished them to have a safe journey home. After that, I went back and played football as usual.

It was a great day for me and I would love to do it again in the near future... ^_^


Note: The All American Rejects - Paper Heart.

Saturday, March 07, 2009

Everything Sucks When You're Gone.

Yesterday, which was Friday, was yet another typical day for me. Woke up quite early (Pre-working timetable) at around 11am. Since I was quite lazy to take my shower, I procrastinated on doing so and waited until around 1pm to do. The clock hits 1pm and I finally had my shower and went to the mosque for the Friday prayers. Finding a parking was fucking hard. It was so hard until I had to triple park at the side of the road. Screw the rules because I can see even the authorities were doing it. It was the Friday prayers so its good that they close one eye and bend the rules a little for us, Muslim men, to park our cars to fulfill our responsibility.

As planned, after that I went to Aizu's house to play Fifa 2009. This, for me, is the most efficient way to entertain myself apart from football. Played quite a lot of matches and I lost most of them. I can't seem to get a hang of this game. I can play it but until now, I'm still not able to master it, damn fucking shit. The clock hits 5.30pm and we made our way to Makbul. The usual place where we hang out. My friends who were present was Aizu, Syamsul, Qidran, and also Idan. We discussed on a lot of issues and after about an hour, we went back.

Got home and took my shower to freshen up myself. Went out again and again the destination was Aizu' house. We (Me, Hazwan, Putri, and Aizu) played monopoly in which I suck badly. I was the second last person who was declared bankrupt. Hell I can't play this game. Waited for our friends to arrive and went to Sports Planet to play futsal. Our weekly activity.

It was fun and we played against ourselves. More like a training to prepare ourselves for the upcoming challenges from other teams in the next coming weeks. I fell down around five times in order to put the ball into the back of the net but failed miserably. Conclusion, falling down = Fais.

After the game ended, I went straight home as it was already quite late and as for my friends, they went to celebrate Reza's birthday. Just a simple cutting cake ceremony.

And Reza. Happy Birthday to you. My se-USJ 6 friend. We knew each other since we were in our primary school and for me personally, you're one of my best ever friend. You've been there for me when I was in my lowest part of my life, being kicked around, back-stabbed, bad-mouthed, bullied, thrashed, stepped on, and used by various people. If it wasn't for Allah, I would have killed myself. You've been there watching me flying high up in the sky. You're a friend that I will never ever lost touch with. You're a friend that I would die for. Here's to you bro.


Note: MxPx - Everything Sucks When You're Gone.

Thursday, March 05, 2009

God Must Have Spent A Little More Time On You.

Within these past few days, I've been doing quite basically nothing at home. Just helping out my mother by driving her around to places that she wanted to go. And I've also been the hard labour of the house when I've been asked to lift heavy things from the house into my father's car. Apart from that, nothing much interesting for me to brag about.

Today, as usual, I went to the field to play football with my fellow friends. I really enjoy my time playing with them because, the way I look at it, football is not just a sport but, it's a 'tool' that brings people close to each other. Football enables people to make new friends regardless of their background which is why for me personally, this particular sport is more than just a way to exercise.

It's a thing that makes us appreciate other people around us and never to take for granted of their existence, especially our soulmates, special ones, family, and friends.

For me, these are the people that gives me the courage and the will to live and face whatever challenges that the world has to offer. They're the ones that makes me want to live for another day.

As I mentioned earlier, I played football today at the field located nearby my house. Reza, my friend, was also there after he called me earlier to say that he was going to join me play today. After about an hour of football, we sat ourselves on the bench situated at the side of the football court. We discussed on a lot of issues from football, politics, cars, and even friends.



Note: 'N Sync - God Must Have Spent A Little More Time On You.

Tuesday, March 03, 2009

You're Gonna Go Far, Kid.

The race for the Premier League title is clearly the talk on everybody's mouth nowadays. Each and everyone of us has own opinion that may differ from each other but what unites us is the fact that we all love this game, called football. Allow me to elaborate on this.

Everyone of us likes or should I say support different clubs. It may be from the Premier League, Bundesliga, Premiera Liga, Seria A and etc. These are the leagues that had been receiving attention by football enthusiasts from all over the world, especially the Premier League and Premiera Liga. What makes both of this league more famous than Barack Obama? Marketing. Simple and factual. Let's look at the big four in the Premier League. Each of this teams have their very own marketing team to generate revenue to keep the club running. They even have their own CEO for god sake. Imagine that. Just like a company trying to make profit for themselves.

And then, comes the moral responsibility. What do I mean when I say that? If you guys had taken any human resources subjects before, I'm sure you've heard of the term CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility). CSR is basically some kind of a moral obligations for big multinationals or companies to promote better lifestyle and help those in need. These firms will donate some of their money to charities so that these organizations can use that money and create a better life for the one who needed them. In simple words, donations and campaigns. Like those campaigns against AIDS and etc.

These football clubs aren't exempted from this. I'm sure you've seen some of these clubs created football schools, football clinics, football academies and etc in poor countries like those in Africa. Why do you think they would do that? Yes, maybe because they have a heart of an angel (bullshit), but trust me when I say actually it is to generate more profit for themselves. By doing this, they would create a good image on their clubs, hence, attracting more fans to add to their existing fan base throughout the entire globe. This is apart from the club's performance itself.

Getting back to the point of who'll win the Premier League title. My humble opinion says Manchester United is the clear favourites to win it and my guts is saying they will. Their performance had been fantastic and the players played at their optimum level in every match. Like I said before, consistency was the main ingredient for their success. They had been consistent from the end of last year until now. Winning games constantly and look at where are they now? Yeap, on top of the league. Well, as a football fan, I salute Manchester United for currently being the best team in the world. Well done.

What about Chelsea, Liverpol, Arsenal and surprisingly, I can't believe I'm saying this, Aston Villa? First and foremost, let me stress out here that without these clubs, the Premier League would be less entertaining than its current state. Premier League is all about the eagerness of the teams in the so called big four to win the league, about the average team trying to secure the UEFA Cup spots, and also about the other teams trying to avoid the relegation zone. Look at where Aston Villa now. My god, I wouldn't have imagined they would be placed among the big four. Kudos to you guys.

Let's switch our focus to the Premiera Liga. As you all may have realized, Barcelona is currently losing their form and this had caused Real Madrid to cut Barcelona's lead on top of the table to just 4 points. Now, that has brought much needed attention towards the league itself. Before this, it was all about Barcelona being on top with incredible lead over the other teams but now thanks to its slipped up and Real Madrid tremendous winning streak, football freaks are shifting their attention to the Spanish League.

What does that tells you? Competitiveness is important in football. It would be dull and boring just to see one single club competing in all of the competitions right? So, don't ever look down on these 'other clubs' as they are the teams that makes football as interesting as it can be.


You're Gonna Go Far, Fais.

Note: The Offspring - You're Gonna Go Far, Kid.

Monday, March 02, 2009

Tick Tick Boom.

The Carling Cup Final.


The Carling Cup final ended up with Manchester United winning it by penalties. It was a tough match with both teams demonstrates their ability to defend and attack efficiently. Both teams had quite a few amount of opportunities to put the ball into the back of the net but they failed to fully utilize the chances given.

Terrific saves by both goal keepers denied either team to get ahead during the normal 90 minutes of playing time. The most obvious, or should I say the best chance came at the end of the second half, when the game was about to finish when Cristiano Ronaldo brilliantly snicked in into the penalty box from the right side of the field and fired the ball towards Tottenham's goal. But luck wasn't on his side when the ball hit the post and the rebound was nowhere near the goal.

Extra time produces nothing but the eagerness to watch the penalty shoot out and as expected, the match had to be decided by penalty shoot out.

Manchester United scored all of their penalties taken and Tottenham Hotspurs, on the other hand, only managed to slot in one.

Final Result:

Manchester United 0 - Tottenham Hotspurs 0
( Manchester United won with a score of 4-1 on penalties )


Note: The Hives - Tick Tick Boom.

Sunday, March 01, 2009

My Generation.

The Carling Cup Final.

Tonight offers us, the football fans, a very much awaited football tie between 2 well known teams in the Barclays Premier League. One, winners of the Carling Cup last season, a team who started off badly early in the season which had resulted their manager, Ramos, sacked and was replaced by Redknapp who quit Portsmouth in a mission to save Tottenham Hotspurs from their deep shit misery. It was their worst start since around 20 years ago.

The other contender, Manchester United, also known as the Red Devils, last year's European Champions (beating Chelsea in the Champions League final), World Club champion for this year and the trophy tally for sure won't stop there. I predict more coming in to add up to the team's trophy collection. Ferguson's team is very much the favourites to win this match but be prepared for one hell of a fight from Spurs.

Two great teams battling it out for the glory of winning the Carling Cup.

One in white and one in red.

Who'll prevail?


Note: Limp Bizkit - My Generation.