It’s been a long time since I’ve write a personal article here. Well, for your information I’ve been busy with my family recently. Also, busy updating my other blogs in different niches. Well, I love blogging and cannot imagine if I will stop all these blogs in a row. I must be out of my mind if I do that. I must admit that I’ve completely forgot to reply those comments of all of you here. To tell you the truth, I’m actually read it and I really appreciate your time for commenting in this blog.
Christmas is just around the corner and I guess lots of you already being busy here and there preparing for the celebration. My advice, be thrifty when buying things. Of course, there a many sales now. Just be a wise shopper okay.
Okay, I just want to wish good luck to so-called Harimau Malaya for Malaysian Team in AFF Suzuki Cup 2012 in second leg of Semi-Final Match tonight at 7:50PM Malaysia Time. I hope they will do their very best for this match. I know that they can do it better that the first leg. Let us pray for their calmness, teamwork as well as luck. It’s good to see Malaysian people get united with this football game. I also hope that both of Malaysia and Thailand team will play fair game, less yellow cards and also, the fans will behave well during the match. Yes, winning is important but attitude is also vital in order for other people to respect us.
Congrats to Spain team for creating history to be back to back champion in Euro 2012. Spain slashed Italy 4 -0 in the final Euro 2012 Football Match. Even though I’m still upset when Germany could not make it to the final, I think Spain deserved to be crowned once again with a champion title. As for Fernando Torres, congrats for seizing golden boots title. I think it’s all about passion and determination to retain their European title. Will power within guys. 🙂
For teams who loses in the Euro match, do not ever give up. You still have 4 more years to improve. Now that Euro 2012 has ended, I’m now looking for Olympic events. 🙂
LONDON: Fabio Capello became the latest victim of the “impossible job” after a four-year reign which had once seemed poised to end decades of English failure before it finally unravelled in disarray.When Capello was appointed in December 2007, the experienced Italian appeared to be the right man at the right time, just what the doctor ordered after the shambles of Steve McClaren’s ill-fated regime. Here was a no-nonsense football heavyweight, a steely disciplinarian with impeccable credentials who would restore order amongst an English squad widely regarded as over-indulged and under-achieving. For a while it seemed as if Capello could do no wrong, and early results appeared to vindicate his hardline approach which included banning visitors to the team hotel, including WAGS (wives and girlfriends) while outlawing mobile phones, flip-flops and player nicknames. (more…)
I couldn’t wait for World Cup 2014. Brazil will host the prestigious games in the world. Have you seen its winning design yet? I think that the design was very nice and unbeatable.
Each second from it starts until its final dramatic moments, every FIFA World Cup™ is encapsulated by its own specific identity, of course by a unique image that is projected around the world. Did you see hands embraced each other to create a circle in the design here? I bet you did.
The inspiration for this design comes from the iconic photograph of three victorious hands together raising the world’s most famous trophy. As well as depicting the uplifting humanitarian notion of hands interlinking, the portrayal of the hands is symbolic of the yellow and green hands of Brazil warmly welcoming the world to Brazilian shores.
Victory and union are the two key emotive elements which are vividly depicted through the hands featured in the design. Whilst forming a clear link to the colours of the Brazilian national flag, the green and yellow colours also allude to two of the strongest features of life in Brazil – the golden beaches and beautiful sun reflected in the yellow tones, with green representing the strong tropical interior that Brazil is so famous for. The combination of the strong image, the contemporary typography and striking colours are extremely effective in depicting a modern and diverse host nation.
The vivid representation of the trophy in the emblem is extremely fitting, given Brazil’s outstanding achievements in having won the FIFA World Cup on five separate occasions, more than any other nation. The message that is clear from this emblem is the idea of the unique bond between FIFA, the FIFA World Cup™ and Brazil, the host nation of the 2014 FIFA World Cup™.
p/s: The last 3 paragraphs was the courtesy of FIFA, so as the picture. 🙂