Malaysia lost to Jamaica..(as expected)

And even though knives would have already been drawn at the end of the 0-2 loss to Jamaica tonight, still head coach Norizan Bakar should be given the benefit of knowing what’s exactly going through his mind ahead of Malaysia’s challenge for the Asian Cup next month.

Malaysia lost the match tonight to Jamaica following goals from Christopher Harvey in the 44th minute and then from Wolry Wolfe a minute later.

Still keeping his first eleven close to his heart, Norizan introduced youngster Mohd Norfarhan Mohamad to partner Hairuddin Omar upfront while using Mohd Hamzani Omar at leftback as against the experienced Rosdi Talib.

And the result was that there seems to be a lack of cohesion in the Malaysian game with several strayed passes and where the action was restricted mostly in mid-field against a Jamaican side playing mostly the waiting game in the first quarter.

However just before the break, Malaysia fell twice when off a Mario Harrison free kick in the 44th minute, Christopher headed in from close range while a minute later it was Wolry who made good from a Nicholy Finlayson corner.

“We should have had more urgency in the first half like we did in the second half. There must be a realisation that football is not a game of just 45 minutes,” offered Norizan afterwards.

“I don’t think that the loss was demoralising on the team as the players realised that this is just a friendly.

“All we need to do from now until our first game in the Asian Cup (against China on 10th July) is to make sure that we adapt early. That is the key.”

The change for Mohd Safee Sali (pic) and then Mohd Fadzli Saari as well as Mohd Ivan Yusof changed the game dramatically for Malaysia after the break where in the space of three minutes they created two chances which almost bore fruition.

In the 62nd minute, Safee’s first real shot from 20mtere out had Jamaican keeper Dwaywe Miller scrambling for the save while two minutes later, Fadzli’s attempt was blocked by the recovering Miller.

A mad scramble in the 76th minute failed to give Malaysia their first goal in the match although the second half did provide glimpses that Malaysia can be competitive against any side – provided they find their zone early in the game.

MALAYSIA

Azizon Kadir, Mohd Fauzie Nan, Mohd Khaironnisam Shahabuddin, K. Nanthakumar (Mohd Aidil Zafuan Abdul Razak, 63rd), Mohd Hamzani Omar, Norhafiz Zamani Misbah (Mohd Fadzli Shaari, 43rd), Mohd Hardi Jaafar (Mohd Safee Sali, 36th), Mohd Shukor Adan, Eddy Helmi Manan (Mohd Ivan Yusof, 58th), Mohd Norfarhan Mohamad (Shahrulnizam Mustapa, 57th), Hairuddin Omar (Indra Putra Mahayuddin, 78th).

JAMAICA

Dwaywe Miller, Lovell Palmer, Adrian Reid, Christopher Harvey, Mario Swaby, Mario Harrison, Nicholy Finlayson, Richard Edwards, Demar Philips, Fabian Taylor, Wolry Wolfe.

*taken from FAM website



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Make letters from buildings worldwide

Geogreeting

GeoGreeting. The single most trivial use of the Google Maps , but somehow useful. Create whatever message using the shape of buildings from all over the world on Google Maps to make letters using
A-Z 0-9 ,.@#*()-_+=/:!<>? , then you can generate a link and send it to your friend via email or as an E-card. Neat huh?? Try it on!!

p/s: Click on my geoGreeting 'message' to see how it works as an E-card

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The Simpsons Movie Trailer



The Simpsons Movie Trailer...
I cant Wait!!!
A feature-length film, , is currently being produced, and set for a worldwide release on 27 July 2007
Mark ur calendar NOW!!

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What Are The Best BitTorrent Search Engines?

As of June 27, 2007, the 5 Best Bit Torrent search engine sites are listed below
  1. Torrentscan.com (a search engine that searches torrent search engines)

  2. Demonoid.com (Demonoid has been recommended by many . If you can get a membership at Demonoid, definitely do try out this comprehensive site. Be warned, though: you will have a difficult time acquiring a membership.)

  3. Isohunt.com
    (May 2007: Isohunt has over 400,000 torrents in their database. Isohunt is also being sued by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA). Note: any torrent listed as "ISOhunt release" means that it is a file verified by the administrators...a nice feature to help you get authentic torrents, not fake files.)

  4. Torrentspy.com offers over 420,000 torrents in its database, the largest torrent index that is readily available to the public. Enjoy it while you can.

  5. The Pirate Bay, by readership size, is the most popular torrent search site today. Pirate Bay has an immense database of 370,000 torrents, the third largest database after Isohunt and Torrentspy.

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Top 20 Torrent Sites of 2007

As of June 28, 2007, the most popular Bit Torrent search engine sites are listed below.
  1. Torrentspy.com offers over 420,000 torrents in its database, the largest torrent index that is readily available to the public. Enjoy it while you can.

  2. Torrentscan.com (a "meta-search" engine, which is a search engine that searches other search engines)

  3. Snarf It! (born from previous Suprnova influences)

  4. Torrentmatrix.com

  5. Mininova.org has 190,000 torrents indexed as of April, 2007. Mininova is the successor to Suprnova, one of the original big torrent databases of the Web.

  6. Demonoid (Demonoid is also a major tracker database that supports thousands of swarms around the globe. Even better, the Demonoid community polices itself by monitoring how much each member actually shares files. ("Leeches" are not tolerated at Demonoid). Note: because new memberships at Demonoid are scarce, you will need to be patient and committed if you wish to join.)

  7. Torrentreactor.to (Torrentreactor has made a comeback from a hijacking and an uncooperative hosting service. They have moved to a different server setup and a Tonga country domain outside the USA. Read the details on their home page.)

  8. Torrentportal.com

  9. BTjunkie

  10. TorrentTyphoon.com (a unique bittorrent meta-search engine that searches several of the most popular sites. Unfortunately, it does not do a good job categorizing the torrent files themselves)

  11. Torrentbox.com FYI: like Isohunt, Torrentbox is being sued by the MPAA as of February 28, 2006. The days for this fine search engine may be numbered.

  12. Isohunt.com

  13. The Pirate Bay (Pirate Bay, by readership size, is the most popular torrent search site today. Pirate Bay has an immense database of 360,000 torrents, the third largest database after Isohunt and Torrentspy.)
    (May 31, 2006: The Pirate Bay has been shut down by Swedish authorities. Details are available on the Pirate Bay home page.)
    (June 2006: The Pirate Bay has restarted operations, now that the police have duplicated the PB hard drives for forensic purposes. Enjoy this database while it is still around, folks!)

  14. Scrapetorrent.com is another torrent meta-search engine that is gaining popularity.

  15. ByTorrents Meta Search

  16. Torrentz.com (special thanks to reader, Jonathan R., for this link)

  17. Torrents.to

  18. LegalTorrents.com(As the name implies, this is a database of public-domain content. Thanks to Anand S. for this URL.)

  19. Thinktorrent.com

  20. FileList.org
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Malaysian Actress Smooch In Singapore Drama

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I think she is Deanna Yusoff..
What do you think..?
Who is she..?
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SouthPark Funniest Moment


Check this out!! I just found an exclusive online content for south park by the Rolling Stone Magazine..Its 25 funniest bits of South Park..check it out HERE ..

FYI
For those who dont know what SouthPark is..

South Park is an Emmy Award and Peabody Award-winning American animated television comedy series about four third/fourth-grade school boys who live in the small mountain town of South Park, Colorado. The series was created and is written by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, and has been distributed and aired by Comedy Central since 1997. It is well-known for its handling of current events and its pop-culture parody.

Check out Here too..Enjoy!!
p/s
: Did you know SouthPark was banned in Singapore..?
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Student Caught Gettin "Together" in toilet



This is taken by a teacher who 'skodeng' their students 'activity'...I found this very annoying...I mean is there any place to do such thing..not in a school toilet..
p/s: No Offense though..but is that a chinese student..?
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