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I shall, will, must blog again
Some people believe football is a matter of life and death. I'm very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you it is much, much more important than that. -Bill Shankly 1914 - 1981
Thats the point count over the festive season. Not an actually bad return isn't it? Altho others might disagree, I think that those are really 10 good points. Nevermind the 10-match winning streak, we are now unbeaten in the last 11 league games. Nevermind Chelsea getting away with the title, we are now laying the foundations for next season (how badly I want the league, even in my most optimistic mind I don't see that happening this season). But what impressed me more was the the way the team played, like last night. How ironic it was to see Fat Sam substituted an attacking player with a defensive one, while Rafa did the opposite. Fat Sam settling for a draw while Rafa going for all 3. And this happened at the reebok, where Bolton are known to bully teams out of the park. To be frank, previously, if the team conceded early silly sloppy goals like last night, I would normally think that we can normally kiss any chance of getting anything out of the game goodbye. Instead, the team came back, twice, and even nearly managed to find the winner. It seems that nowadays, the team (read : Rafa) always sets out for a win, even while playing away, and for me, so far, that's good enough. If it was GH last night, I imagine that, instead of putting in Cisse and Luis Garcia, he would have put in Dudek as 2nd goalie.
Woke up at around 340am, turned on the telly (81) and saw WHU vs Wigan..WTF...has astro fucked up again? After koreking taik mata a bit and channel-surfed further more baru la nampak the info at 82 - 3:55am (L) Liverpool vs Everton from Goodison Park, Liverpool (or something like that). Fuh..lega...tak sia2 'terjaga'...after all, during that short nap (started from the end of CSI:Miami) I actually dreamt of oversleeping, and woke up 5 minutes to the end to the score of Liv 7 - Everton 1!..punya la gelabah! I cannot possibly imagine missing THAT kind of game!!!
I know this is a bit late, but let's just pay tribute the current best player in the world. I definitely have no doubt about it. I am even surprised that there are even coaches that voted for frank lampard, stevie g, or henry. I guess they must be coaches for countries that showed only EPL live matches during weekends and no coverage for La Liga. Otherwise, if they have watched Ronaldinho played time-and-again, he would have simply won it 300-vote to nil. No disrespect to stevie g, lampard or henry; they are great players in their own right, but Ronaldinho is just simply a joy to watch (i mean, his on-the-pitch performance, not anything else). He plays football like he really enjoys it. I remember earlier in this season when they played some team when the team actually performs team fouls on him. They sent one player to kick, tag, pull or anything possible to distract him from his play until that player was booked before replacing with another player to do the same. And he would just just simply breezed past them, again and again, with a smile on his face. End result? If i am not mistaken, 5 players was booked for fouling him alone, 1 red-carded for 2 bookings and he made 3 goals. If he wants to play, then there's no stopping him. And what about at bernabeu the other day? Even the bernabeu faithfuls were giving him a standing ovation. To put it simply, he is already a legend in my book.
Sao Paolo 1 Liverpool 0.
Yeah..how fast does time flies..before you know it, it is nearly 2 months since my last post. Not that I don't wanna do it, but, well, with the career-moving decision and all (alasaan)......