Sunday, May 31, 2009

Lessons In Life.

It has been quite a while since I last updated my blog. I've been quite busy lately with a lot of things that somehow prevented my from spending time in front of my PC. I'm rarely online nowadays. During these past few days, a lot of things had happened that had certainly enlighten my life and made me realize that appreciating those who are around us is absolutely vital and important.

Within the mentioned period, I've seen people somehow fucked themselves up for whatever reasons behind it, I've seen kindness in places that I never expected it to appear, I've seen how a person can change my life from a good life to a greater and glorious life, I've seen the true value of friendship blessing the environment with cheerful atmosphere that almost made me felt that I was in heaven and the most important of all, I've seen how a family can provide the support and motivation that a person requires if he/she were to be punished by this cruel world.

People may assume they can live in this world all by themselves. Yes they can, by how long can they stand? If somebody were come to me and say that they can live in this world all by themselves, I would reply them with a hard knock Fuck You! Don't bullshit me with your stupid craps.

What I'm saying here is that appreciate life and don't fuck it up just because some stupid minor things/incidents that demotivated you to live your life. Live it up. This is your life. Make the best out of it.

Fais...

Note: Earth Wind and Fire - Written In The Stone.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

You'll Never Walk Alone It Said, Torres! Torres!

Interview With Fernando Torres.

The one and only...

Enjoy...

http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=123102350184

Torres,
You're simply the best. I'm glad that you're here with Liverpool FC.

His armband proved he was a red, Torres! Torres!
You'll Never Walk Alone it said, Torres! Torres!
We got the lad from sunny Spain, he gets the ball he scores again,
Fernando Torres, Liverpool's No. 9.

Torres! Torres! Torres!

You're my idol.

Fais...

Note: I'm Not Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend How To Dance With You.

Monday, May 18, 2009

Congratulations.

My utmost congratulations goes to all of the champions of their respected leagues...

England - Barclays Premier League: Manchester United
Italy - Serie A: Inter Milan
Spain - Premiera Liga: Barcelona
Portugal - SuperLiga: Porto
Germany - Bundesliga: Undetermined
France - Ligue 1: Undetermined

Congratulations to all of the mentioned teams...

P/S: Dear Benitez, fuck you, you fuckface. Stop being such an asshole. Can you please just congratulate Ferguson for United's success on winning the Premier League. Don't be such a fucking arrogant bitch and tarnish Liverpool's image. Let's focus on next season now. Just do your motherfucking job will ya...

Liverpool's Number 1 Fan,
Fais.

Note: Liverpool FC (You'll Never Walk Alone).

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Improvement And Betterment.

Improvement and betterment. What does these two words have in common or should I say the similarities of the meaning between them? The answer is progressive effort for the better to whatever matters concerned.

Some of you might wonder what the hell am I trying to convey here. Well, I'm talking about my one and only beloved football club, Liverpool FC. Don't get me wrong, they've been fantastic throughout the entire season. Not to the extend of winning trophies or being the champion of anything but at least, people gave the club a well-deserved credits for their effort and hard work to get where they're now.

Yesterday's result basically is a closure to the Premier League challenge. Our (Me and all the other Liverpool fans) title hope is almost definitely out of the picture. Our greatest rival, Manchester United beat Wigan thanks to goal by Tevez and Carrick with a score of 2-1. With 2 games to go, the maximum points that we can accumulate from those matches is 6 and Utd is currently at 86 points, 6 more than what we have at 80. This means that Utd will only need one point from the remaining games that they'll play to bag the Premier League title. Securing a draw against Arsenal is considerably hard but against Hull City? Don't bullshit me if you say Man Utd can't at least secure a point from that particular match.

But, as far as I'm concern, the title race is very much alive and kicking but the chances of Liverpool winning the Premier League is slim. Only destiny can determine the outcome of the current season.

To all those Liverpool fans out there, don't be sad or even think of fucking up yourself by switching to other clubs. That's betrayal and I will personally kick your ass if you do so.

For the current 2008/2009 season:

FA Cup: Fourth Round. (Lost 0-1 to Everton in the replay match at Goodison Park)
League Cup: Fifth Round. (Lost 2-4 to Tottenham Hotspurs at White Hart Lane)
UEFA Champions League: Quarter-Finals. (Lost 5-7 on aggregate to Chelsea)
Barclays Premier League: Undetermined. (Probably 2nd)

In my opinion, we should be proud of the progress we've made this season. Look at where we stand in Premier League currently. Finishing 2nd this season will be suffice enough because yes we're not the champion but it's a fucking good progress. We finished 4th last season and this season, most probably we'll finish 2nd. Next season? I'm sure you'll understand what I mean. If you're aren't able to do that, check your brain.

We're improving almost every season and if we stay on the right track, I'm pretty sure we'll be a force to be reckoned with. Here are some suggestions or should I say opinions that I think might enhance Liverpool's chances of winning trophies next season:

1) Gerrard + Torres partnership dependency.
For me personally, in both seasons, 07/08 and 08/09, we depended too much on the Gerrard + Torres partnership that produces a lot of valuable goals for Liverpool. Yes they're a great combination due to the fact that when they're both playing together, expect goals from either one of them. But, we should also accept the fact that without them, most of the time, we didn't perform. Basically what this fact is telling us is that, we need more players that can hit the net on regular basis.

2) Consistency.
This is what Liverpool don't acquire at full percentage. We're fantastic when it comes to humiliating or defeating big clubs such as Manchester United, Chelsea, Real Madrid and etc but when the club went up against smaller clubs, we then to somehow fucked ourselves and got beaten. Remember we lost 0-2 to Middlesbrough? If we want win silverwares next season, like it or not, we have to be consistent throughout the season.

3) Fuck those pathetic draws.
We drew way too much every season. Please bare in mind that a draw only gives 1 point and that's short of 2 points from the maximum points that can be accumulated from a fixture. Last season we drew 13 games and this season stands at 11 games. Wouldn't it be wonderful is Liverpool could win half of those games? It'll be much more competitive compared to the current performance. In short, fuck those stupid draws and win it instead.

4) Arrogant.
It is undeniable that our beloved manager, Benitez, can sometimes be a pain in the ass. He tends to be arrogant at times and this will only brings in more hatred towards the club. Cocky statements and initiating arguments is definitely some of the attitudes that he should throw away next season onwards.

Please take note that these are my humble opinions and suggestions and if you disagree or not in the same boat as me, than fuck off. People have rights to their opinions and these are mine. Don't like it? Fuck You.

Fais...

Note: Liverpool FC (You'll Never Walk Alone).

Sunday, May 10, 2009

Burn, burn, for us, for them, for you!

Lost Prophets - Burn Burn

UEFA Champions League Semi-Final Second Leg Fixtures:

Manchester United 3 - Arsenal 1 (Aggregate 4 - 1)

This was a match that clearly indicates why Man Utd deserves to be in the final as compared to the other teams competing for the glory of winning the Champions League. Throughout the entire match, the better side was clearly the Red Devils.

Experience definitely played a major role for Utd as they booked their final spot against the very much on-form, Barcelona. It is undeniable that Arsenal is a team that had impressed much of the football experts with their fantastic passing and teamwork. This is due to the fact that although the team consists mostly young individuals, they still managed to play beautiful football and scores in almost every match.

But, experience proved to be much more important than 'teenage spirits'. Utd clearly hold the advantage and it is not surprise to see them beating Arsenal.

Ji-Sung Park provided Utd's first goal from a mistake by Gibbs, Arsenal's left defender, who slips as he was trying to intercept the ball from reaching the Korean international and Park didn't need an invitation to score by netting Utd's first goal of the game.

Utd's second goal was scored by Ronaldo who produced a tremendous ballistic ball from a well taken free-kick, beating Almunia who did his best to prevent the ball from hitting the net but with that speed, he had no chance of even touching the ball.

Utd's third came from a fantastic counter-attack effort, capturing the Arsenal's defensive line as they were pushing for goals and they were severely punished with a superb run by Park who then passed the ball to Rooney who were running on the left flank and crosses the ball for Ronaldo to net in his second of the game, Utd's 3 goal.

Arsenal managed to grab a consolation goal from Van Persie's penalty kick. It was given by the match official as Fabregas was fouled by Fletcher who was later red carded and sent off the field.

With Rome in their grasps, the football enthusiasts can expect them to defend their title against the Spanish giant, Barcelona.

Chelsea 1 - Barcelona 1 (Aggregate 1 - 1. Barcelona win on the away goal rule)

It was a day to be forgotten to the Chelsea fans as their team was knocked out of the Champions League by Barcelona. Although it was a fair result for both teams as the final score indicates a 1-1 result, the away goal rule gave Barcelona the much needed advantage to book their place in the Champions League final.

Essien scored Chelsea's goal of the match with a thunderous left footed goal and Valdes who threw himself trying to stop the ball, failed miserably and Stamford Bridge erupted as Chelsea are now one step closer to Rome. After the goal, the game was very much all about Barcelona.

They hold the possession and was constantly bombarding the Chelsea's goal with various chances but failed to score.

Second half, Barcelona pushed harder to grab the equalizer and as the match was nearing end, they scored. Iniesta scored the goal in the 93rd minute, deep into the injury time and broke the hearts of the Chelsea fans as the Blues are now out of the competition.

Rome.

UEFA Champions League Final.

Barcelona Vs. Manchester Utd.

As expected.

Fais...

Note: Ergh!

Tuesday, May 05, 2009

Punk On!

(Copied from one of the comments on a video featured in YouTube)

U say jonas brothers, i say Blink 182
u say miley cyrus, i say The Offspring
u say britney spears, i say Green Day
u say counting crows, i say Linkin Park
u say Backstreet boys, i say Sum 41
you say pop, i say rock/punk
92% of kids have turned to rap or pop
If your one of the 8% still listening to real music copy and paste this to three other vids. KEEP THE SPIRIT OF ROCK!

Fais...

Note: Sum 41 - Makes No Difference.

Monday, May 04, 2009

311 - Hey You.

Fantastic. That's how I label my last Saturday. And yes I know I'm a day late to blog about this. This is due to the fact that I was rarely at home during the past weekend. Some of the activities that I did was went to the movies (Wolverine), watch football matches, hang out with my buddies and etc.

Last Saturday was simply a great day and the appropriate word to describe it is active. The party involved on this trip was me, Syamsul and Reza. Our day started with sending our friend to the Puduraya bus station in KL and grab our breakfast. The place of choice was the Pelita Restaurant located near the KLCC building. We had light a breakfast as there are places to go in which requires us to eat and stretch our stomachs to the very limit.

We devoured our food and went to the KLCC just to past the time before our next activity. Along our way, we saw this Proton showroom and decided to go in as apart from Syamsul, me and Reza haven't check out the new Proton Exora. We went in and fired the salesman with various questions related to the car. I myself asked about the engine capacity, the mileage per litre the car can go, the comparison between the car, Nissan Livina, and Toyota Avanza and even the price.

To my surprise, the salesman was somehow convinced that I was there to really purchase the car and unbelievably, he even managed to drag me to his office table and laid out the details about the car. At that particular moment, I deliberately played along with the salesman's game. I even asked how much should I pay monthly if I were to purchase the car. If only I had the courage to ask him this, "Do I look like a guy who's here to purchase an MPV car?" 

As I was bullshitting the salesman, one of his colleague went and have a little chat with Reza and Syamsul. He asked my friends this exact question "Amecam bro, ockay?" and my brilliant friend Reza, an expert in crapping, apart from me, replied "Haa tue member saye tengah buat down-payment" referring to me who was still chatting with the salesman, filling me with a lot of information about the damn car.

After that, we walk around in KLCC just to get some air-cond as it was damn hot outside. Later after that we went to Syamsul's brother's place and soon after that, we went to Shah Alam to Reza's friend's house. We ate a lot on both occasions. Delicious food on the table and we couldn't resist the temptations.

Fantastic isn't it? 

Wonderful friends and delicious food. 

Fais...

311 - Hey You.

Note: Show me the right path and get the hell out of my way.

Sunday, May 03, 2009

Fantastic Football.

Real Madrid 2 - Barcelona 6.

I've just finished watching the match between two of the most fiercest rival in the Spanish Premiera Liga and my god, it was one hell of a match. This particular fixture is simply known as 'El Classico' in Spain.

Although Real Madrid had the advantage of playing in front of their home crowd, they weren't able to match up with the quality that the Barcelona squad possesses. Throughout the entire match, the likes of Messi, Henry, Xavi, Eto and Puyol put on a show that is far beyond any teams' reach.

Real Madrid was outclassed by the fantastic football demonstrated by Barcelona. Tremendous passes, pin-point crosses, out-of-this-world skills, brilliant through balls, and great teamwork. 

In simple words, Barcelona, you're simply, admirable. 

Breathtaking performance.

Fais...

Note: 9.