Wednesday, April 30, 2008

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Friday, April 25, 2008

Uh oh..

I think Chelsea is heading back to the early 90's.. that sort of oversized and collared jersey..

The new home kit, it's so disturbing.


Wednesday, April 23, 2008

give me a R
give me a O
give me a N
give me a A
give me a L
give me a D
give me a O

whats that spelled, Victory!

European Nights - 1

It's probably fair to say that what happened early this morning was of pure luck for the the visitors in blue.. but hey, Dirk Kuyt's shot went through Petr Cech's leg on a timely occasion, we had our own fair say on luck too.

Say all you want if the Blues lacked flair in their attacking and Liverpool had the better of the chances creating and completing passes like potential European champions.. Cause' I've to agree..

But I'm never gonna write my favourite boys in blue off cos you can never put out the flame in their fighting spirit.. Cech proved why he's the best shot stopper around, Terry kept TorresGerrard at bay and Kalou.. he's just running around getting the balls in though I'm tad disappointed with Drog and Lamps when they should have really been a threat from the start..

Sure, you can never compare what you saw at Ewood Park last weekend, possibly one of many great fightbacks Manchester United have produced but this is a long season, how far we've come today when everyone thought we will trip on our own legs, was fueled by that fighting spirit to the finishing line...

Truth to be told, I'm still finding it difficult to sing praises for Grant and his tactical ability but I'm definitely writing this as a tribute, to credit the players who's effort is obvious that they themselves steadied the sinking ship.


Monday, April 21, 2008

It's a hundred miles away from here

...but it's definitely worse than being a thousand miles apart

wish you were here

Saturday, April 19, 2008

With love, your son

Today, I became a pedophile, who have just kidnapped a lil girl
Today, I point a gun against daddy's head, and pulled the trigger, with great pleasure
Today, mum drank herself to death after uncle chuck dumped her.
Today, I drag Sarah to the room, where I strangled her to death and then repeatedly rape her, Over and Over again
Today, I've a new love
I love my solo act character. I may be a really sick person.

Friday, April 18, 2008

Here's A(nother) Cool Thing To Do

With the football season drawing near to it's end, we can finally lay back to our seats and sigh with a relief that -all the big clubs grinding out at each other, crazy upsets, shock results and etc etc - is all finally going to end..

Yet again, life is a cycle and before you know it, the clubs are splashing out cashes trying to top each others' record signings and get the best deal out of the transfer market and the players. In a blink of an eye and there we go again, another season full of surprises and entertaining ball kicking action to expect.

So here's something to do while you anticipate the new season of football, test your knowledge on the latest football transfers. What you should do is :

Get a football jersey..

Imprint the player's name you'd be expecting to see at the club when the season kicks off again..

e.g (David) Villa for Arsenal then you buy an Arsenal jersey and get it done with Villa's name at the back of it.. Or Van der Vaart for Chelsea, Miguel Veloso for Man Utd..and bla bla bla..

Then we'll see how precise you have been watching the transfer news when the new season starts. It's a gamble but hey it's all cool and awesome when you hit bullseye and guess the right purchase!

Hhhmm.. Oh yeah, I think I already have one on my mind.. :)


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Jon Obi Mikel, make way for this young star. Oh yeah, Kaka, Ronaldinho and Lampard, I see who's gonna complete the puzzle for you guys now.

Pic :undated release and of 'inaccessible' sources due to the mysterious nature of the reported star who self trains at unreported sites.

All set to take the Premier League by storm this summer!


Thursday, April 17, 2008

Broken Blue Hearts

Last Monday, hearts were broken..

" Battling Blues "

Hopes were dashed..

" A late Emile
Heskey's equaliser dealt a huge blow to title chasing Blues
they were
held to a draw at home by
.. "

As I read the front page of the sports section of yesterday's paper over and over again..

I just cant erase the image of a last minute equaliser slammed the back of Chelsea's goal..

The motion of Petr Cech stretching out to keep the ball out, keeps replaying in my head..

The disbelief faces of the fans...

Mathematically, everything just seems so wrong at the moment.. We're facing one of the most devastating prospects of having Man Utd sealing the title at our very own Stamford Bridge..
To turn everything around would require miracle..

As for now, I'm keeping all my fingers crossed with my disgruntledfootballemo mood on

Fuck you Emile Heskey.

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Monday, April 07, 2008

Who will win the EPL in 5 games?

*This is a run down to the last 5 games of the 2007/08 EPL.. This is totally unbiased, I swear!*

With the league leaders Manchester United being held to a 2 - 2 draw at lowly Boro last weekend, the race for the title was thrown open wide again. Of course, somemost of you may not agree with this and will brush this off as an understatement based on the league leader's consistency, slipping up on occasions like these are just hard to come by for The Red Devils and how their goal machine, Cristiano Ronaldo is in the form of his life..

Yeap, definitely has the eyes for goals

Considering Liverpool's title hopes have virtually died so long ago (im sorry here Liverpool fans), it has only come down to the other two teams in the circle of the English pride; the Big Four, Chelsea and Arsenal. With 3 points separating each teams, this neck to neck race down to the league title is definitely a season worth of spending every football weekends at the mamaks, the guys and shisha.. (okaylah let's not leave out the girlfriends) =P

Okay, down to business, we're here to talk about how these current top three teams could wrap up the league title in the remaining 5 games. We start off with...

Manchester United

One of the most successive English clubs in history, they were handed some tough games in their remaining fixtures, having to play Arsenal and Chelsea, their closest title rivals over the period of 3 weeks.

[WON] 1st game : vs Arsenal, Old Trafford
No slip ups, a win at home is a must to reel away from the pressure piled onto them by their biggest title threat, Chelsea. Considering Arsenal has never had a good record against Manchester United and they're playing in their own backyard, the Red Devils should wrap this up with maximum points. A draw would only blow open the title race wider. A lost, is unspeakable.

2nd game : vs Blackburn, Ewood Park [DRAW]

At testing match away from home. But, 3 points should be in the bag for the Devils as Rovers are still struggling with inconsistency.

3rd game : vs Chelsea, Stamford Bridge
A win at the Blues' fortress would be mere impossible =P. Only a two way ticket out of here, a lose or a draw. The author would definitely prefer the former. This would be a massive game and it can prove to be a turning point to the whole title race. But who could ever rule out an unexpected twist, this is after all, football..

4th game : vs West Ham United, Old Trafford

People have been talking bout the Hammers morphing into the boogey team of Manchester United, having unexpectedly beaten them twice last season. However, by this around, the title could have been decided. A win for the Devils

5th game : vs Wigan Athletic, JJB Stadium
An astounding win for the Devils expected here.

Moving on,


Having lost the league crown to Man Utd last season, the Blues have definitely come a long way and too long a journey only to finish second best. Despite their hardship and some stern test during the winter break, the Blues have surprised many for being able to stride through without most of their key players for a quarter of the season..

[DRAW] 1st game : vs Wigan Athletic, Stamford Bridge

The Blues have always been comfortable at home and to take all three points from lowly Wigan shouldn't be a Herculean task.

2nd game : vs Everton, Goodison Park [WON]

An acid test, European berth chasing Toffees are never easy meat at home. The Blues should struggle to wrest all three points away from them. Definitely no slip ups here.

3rd game : vs Manchester United, Stamford Bridge
A win will be delightful. This could be the final showdown of the season, probably the league title to be decided here. Massive..massive game...

Ask Avram if we could win here and this was his reaction

4th game : vs Newcastle, St. James' Park

Kevin Keegan's Toon army maybe finding their touch again, but it'd be too late to change anything.. Still, a win for the Blues.

5th game : Bolton Wanderers, Stamford Bridge
A win here *im getting tired*


Played some good football and led for half the season, suddenly they lost the momentum and ends up playing catch up with Man Utd and Chelsea. But seriously, this bunch of lads deserve all the credits in the world. Imagine being only 20ish and you're already somewhere near the top?
Captain Willian Gallas said they would fight till the end, results at Emirates against Liverpool last week didn't suggest so..

To the end lads, to the end..

[LOST] 1st game : vs Manchester United, Old Trafford

Tough..tough game. If they're ever gonna survive the onslaught of Ronaldo and Rooney is to draw away. A win however would do themselves and the Blues a great deal of favour, apart from putting a huge dent on United's title hopes.

2nd game : vs Reading, Emirates Stadium [WON]

If the Gunners could survive the onslaught of the Devils and are still in contention for the title, then this is a must win game to keep their title hopes alive. No room for mistakes, boys!

3rd game : vs Derby County, Pride Park

Easy win here. The Rams, however wouldnt want to give the Gunners a stroll in the park, a fight for pride. Very unlikely to achieve anything significant anyway..

4th game : Everton, Emirates Stadium

With the title most probably decided by the 3rd game, it's only good for Arsenal to salvage what they have lost along the way to finish as second best, maturity.

5th game : vs Sunderland, Stadium of Light

Seriously, is there really any point in discussing this?

With that said, I think we can all expect a new champion by the end of the April..

So, choose a side.

Yours truly,



Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Don't fix this

Alot of things in life are just so screwed and sometimes we just choose to leave it in silence..

Cos really, what's a life if everything is just so perfect?