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Re: Bola : You'll Never Walk Alone 15 Feb 2012 18:40 #31

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DETIK memalukan ini menyaksikan Suarez (kiri) tertunduk hampa ketika keluar dari padang manakala pemain yang enggan disalamnya, Evra ceria sahaja meraikan kejayaan menang 2-1.




bukan ceria...dia tengah provoke tu...

lepas tu kan ada tunjuk dalam TV dia(evra)kena halau dgn referee,supaya ketepi dan jangan kacau Suarez...

lagi satu tengah game Evra yang Devil ganas tu cuba tackle nak patahkan kaki Suarez,namun dia berlanggar dgn Rio Ferdinand...selamat Suarez...yang benar sentiasa dilindungi...

sebenarnya yang taknak salam tu bukan Suarez tapi evra melambatkan angkat tangan dia...maka suarez terpaksa skip dia kerana nak cepat...De Gea pulak provoke,grip tangan Suarez,dan Rio berpakat tak nak salam pulak...ada pakatan lah tu...

referee yang kat belakang tu halau dia,supaya jauh dari suarez...


aku kelakar baca komen ni ...


dah macam theory conspiracy punya komen...hahaha


anda tak pernah main bola ke...


saya futsal & bola padang main... tp bila kalah, xde mcm tu skali alasan diberi...

cuba kalau situasi di atas vice versa? mcm mana?

Re: Bola : You'll Never Walk Alone 16 Feb 2012 01:08 #32

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kalau tengok muka gambar di atas pun Evra tak pandang muka Suarez pun... kalau provoke mesti Evra jeling Suarez semasa celebrate.
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Re: Bola : You'll Never Walk Alone 16 Feb 2012 10:05 #33

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Ni dah sah hanya tengok pada gambar...tak tengok game...

main bola banyak stratergi kalau nak menang...macam evra guna pelbagai tektik...kalau dapat awal provoke pasti dia ada peluang menang...

kalau takat main lurus bendul pasti tak jadi macam tu...

kalau home ground memang advantage Evra...jadi pelawat hanya low profile...

takkan tak pernah main game away...macam tu la...

ada wakil mana mana klub ke...

Re: Bola : You'll Never Walk Alone 27 Feb 2012 05:19 #34

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Kenny: We're not finished yet



Kenny Dalglish spoke of his pride at Liverpool's Carling Cup final success over Cardiff City and declared: 'We're not finished yet!'

The Reds lifted their first trophy in six years after a dramatic penalty shootout win over the Bluebirds on Sunday afternoon.

The Welsh side took an early lead against the run of play when Joe Mason ghosted into space before beating Pepe Reina with a low shot, but the Reds equalised when Martin Skrtel netted on the hour.

Substitute Dirk Kuyt put Liverpool in front in the second half of extra-time, but Ben Turner forced penalties when he scored at the death for the Bluebirds.

However, the Reds prevailed 3-2 in the shootout to ensure it was they who would lift the Carling Cup.

Afterwards, Dalglish was full of praise for the efforts of his players throughout the competition and insisted they'd do all they can to achieve further glory in the remainder of 2011-12.

The boss told his post-match press conference: "We're delighted to have won a trophy. It was a difficult game for us and I think Cardiff represented their football club extremely well. They tried everything. Even in extra-time after Dirk scored, they were very tired but they dug down deep enough to get an equaliser.

"The game has got to be settled some way, and the choice is penalty kicks. We feel for Anthony Gerrard, who missed the vital one that meant we won the trophy.

"I think every footballer feels for somebody that does that, but for us we're delighted to have won a trophy. Throughout the whole competition we've deserved the victory.

"We've played well, come through some really hard games, and today was a really hard game because they were tough opponents. Malky (Mackay) can be proud of the job he's done there, and the people of Cardiff can be proud of the efforts they've put in.

"Our people are absolutely delighted with their first trophy in six years, so it's been a very good day for us. We'll just continue to work hard and see where it takes us."

He added: "We're where we are because of the work of everyone - not just me. The owners, supporters, players - everybody has chipped in. The closer we are, the stronger we'll be together.

"Today has been the culmination of a lot of hard work of an awful lot of people in every aspect of the football club, whether owner, director, player or groundsman, everybody has worked as hard as they possible could to move the club forward.

"Although we've won something today, that's not us finished. We don't want to stop here - we want to keep going. The best chance we have of doing that is to continue to do what we do best, and that's to stick together."

Dalglish made three substitutions during the game, bringing on Jamie Carragher and Craig Bellamy in addition to Kuyt.

The manager believes the impact the trio made on the outcome emphasises his point about a collective effort being the key to success.

"The players that didn't start the game will have felt a little bit disappointed, but the most disappointed ones will have been Seb (Coates) and Flanno (Jon Flanagan) who were not stripped, and Jack Robinson is injured," he said.

"You feel for anybody that's not involved, but if you're sitting on the bench there's always a chance you're going to come on and make a contribution. The three lads we put on - Carra, Dirk and Bellers - all made a contribution.

"It's important that although they're disappointed they've not started, they're not disappointed now."

Meanwhile, journalists quizzed Dalglish for his thoughts on the performance of Stewart Downing, who claimed the man-of-the-match award for a lively display.

He replied: "It was great to see Stewart getting a bit of recognition for his performance, but the most important thing is we've won the game. We don't need to sit and go through every individual's performance.

"We had seven players come in this season and for them to walk away with a trophy in their first season means they can be very proud of their achievements."

The victory over Cardiff means Liverpool have now won the League Cup eight times - a competition record.

The Reds' last trophy came in similar circumstances in the 2006 FA Cup final triumph over West Ham United at the Millennium Stadium.

But with Liverpool still chasing glory in the other domestic cup competition, Dalglish is confident fans won't have to wait six years to see the next trophy.

He said: "The idea six years ago was not to go six years without winning a trophy!

"We've won it, we're going to really enjoy it and we know how much they (the fans) have really enjoyed it. It gives you a wee flavour to come back and do it again.

"The only reason we're here is because every member of the squad has contributed to winning this trophy. If we all stick together and everybody makes a contribution, we give ourselves a better chance of success.

"We got here because we worked really hard to get here and because the players are good players.

"We'll go back to work after the internationals and see if we can kick-on from here."

The gaffer continued: "I don't think anybody who has won a trophy - irrespective of what it was, whether it was Wembley or the Millennium Stadium, or whether it was a European trophy - has ever come away from it and said, 'I never enjoyed that'. If you get something you enjoy, you're going to want more of it."
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Re: Bola : You'll Never Walk Alone 27 Feb 2012 05:23 #35

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Communicate In The Language Of The Common People

Re: Bola : You'll Never Walk Alone 27 Feb 2012 06:07 #36

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Sugi,

nasihat yang bagus... tapi salah tempat..


Tempat yang betul di mana?

ALLAHU A'lam
Insya ALLAH
MAHA SUCI ALLAH
(Al-Quran ini) sebuah Kitab yang Kami turunkan kepadamu (dan umatmu wahai Muhammad), -Kitab yang banyak faedah-faedah dan manfaatnya, untuk mereka memahami dengan teliti kandungan ayat-ayatnya, dan untuk orang-orang yang berakal sempurna beringat mengambil iktibar. - Mukjizat Kitab SUCI Al-Quran Surah Saad ayat ke 29

Re: Bola : You'll Never Walk Alone 27 Feb 2012 07:26 #37

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Eh? Bos aku!

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Re: Bola : You'll Never Walk Alone 27 Feb 2012 07:37 #38

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mus,

VT support jersi Malaya Cardif nampaknya...
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Re: Bola : You'll Never Walk Alone 27 Feb 2012 07:48 #39

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Dah dia punya, mesti dia sokong
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Re: Bola : You'll Never Walk Alone 27 Feb 2012 07:56 #40

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Re: Bola : You'll Never Walk Alone 27 Feb 2012 09:26 #41

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Syabas dan Tahniah...kepada The Reds...

Re: Bola : You'll Never Walk Alone 14 Apr 2012 22:56 #42

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Reds heading to FA Cup final
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Andy Carroll headed a dramatic late winner to send Liverpool into the FA Cup final with a 2-1 victory over Everton at Wembley.


Nikica Jelavic gave the Blues a 24th minute lead when he capitalised on a loose ball inside the box after Jamie Carragher's attempted clearance had struck Tim Cahill and fallen into the path of the striker.

Luis Suarez drew the Reds level just after the hour-mark when he latched onto a short back pass from Sylvain Distin and slotted home.

And Carroll secured victory with time ticking away when he headed home from Craig Bellamy's free-kick to send the travelling Kop into delirium.

Liverpool will now meet either Chelsea or Tottenham in May's Wembley final as they seek to complete a domestic cup double.

Prior to kick-off, Wembley observed a minute's silence in memory of the 96 Liverpool fans who lost their lives at Hillsborough ahead of Sunday's 23rd anniversary of the disaster, and captains Steven Gerrard and Phil Neville also presented bouquets of flowers to families of the 96.

Both sets of fans also paid a moving tribute to the memory of Gary Ablett, who sadly passed away earlier this year.

The pre-match team news confirmed Brad Jones's place in goal for Liverpool, with Pepe Reina and Alexander Doni serving suspensions.

Elsewhere, Daniel Agger was handed his first start since the Carling Cup final after recovering from a rib injury, while Gerrard, Suarez and Stewart Downing also returned having been rested in midweek at Blackburn.

The two teams had met at Wembley on three previous occasions heading into the last-four tie, most recently in 1989 when Liverpool prevailed 3-2 in the FA Cup final.

On a mammoth weekend of sport for Merseyside, this latest meeting between Red and Blue at the national stadium took top billing as the city of Liverpool converged on the capital once more.

And it was almost those in Red celebrating after three minutes when great play between Glen Johnson and Carroll resulted in a chance for Jay Spearing, who curled narrowly over from just inside the box.

At the other end, Leighton Baines clipped a free-kick onto the roof of the netting but it was Liverpool who posed more of an early threat, with Martin Skrtel stinging the palms of Tim Howard with a powerful drive from Carroll's knockdown.

However, defensive indecision between Agger and Carragher gifted Everton an opening goal with 24 minutes played.

The pair both hesitated when attempting to clear a loose ball on the edge of the box. Carragher's eventual clearance only succeeded in cannoning off the legs of Cahill before breaking kindly for Jelavic, who slotted beyond Jones.

Liverpool sought an instant riposte, and Downing's dangerous centre was just an inch too far for Carroll to meet with his head, while Neville was required to make a last-ditch block to prevent Suarez's cross picking out Gerrard on a counter-attack.

Still, Everton went into the break holding onto their advantage and leaving the Reds with plenty to ponder during the interval.

But Liverpool could have drawn level with less than two minutes of the second half played when Downing stood a cross up to the back post, which Carroll met with a thumping downward header but could only direct his effort wide.

The Reds had made a commanding start to the second period, and Downing again created panic inside the Everton penalty box with a low centre that required some desperate defending from David Moyes's side.

The equaliser finally did arrive on 62 minutes, with Suarez racing onto a weak attempted pass back to Howard from Distin and coolly finishing beyond the Blues' goalkeeper with the outside of his boot.

It was just rewards for the powerful opening they'd made after the re-start, and Kenny Dalglish's side continued to press in an attempt to take the lead.

And Carroll almost did just that when he engineered space for a shot just inside the box, but his powerful drive grazed the outside of the post.

The No.9 was in the thick of it again with seven minutes of normal time remaining, this time he mis-kicked following a goalmouth scramble.

However, Carroll made no mistake with four minutes remaining when he rose highest to nod substitute Craig Bellamy's free-kick home and send Liverpool into the final.
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Last Edit: 14 Apr 2012 23:00 by akob73.

Re: Bola : You'll Never Walk Alone 15 Apr 2012 13:32 #43

Go reds !!
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