Wednesday, September 28, 2011

What is wrong with Tevez?

Last night, we saw a very disrespectful and unprofessional behaviour from former Man City captain, Carlos Tevez. Liverpool legend, Graeme Souness disbelieve on what he saw as "disgrace to football".

Manager Roberto Mancini was visibly upset when he spoke after the match and admitted that Tevez had refused to play as a substitute, with the Italian later adding that "for me, he is finished."

It was clear that a row had taken place on the City bench around the hour mark, when Edin Dzeko was replaced by Nigel De Jong with the visitors trailing Bayern 2-0.

"It was half an hour to go, as I remember it, when he asked him to go on - why would a player not want to go on to help his team-mates out? How selfish can you get? Because he didn't start? How petulant can you get?"

"The owner or whoever is running Manchester City now has to help the manager and get him [Tevez] as far away as possible from the club. It's not about money with Man City, but he is one bad apple.

"He's making noises about wanting to go and every time he opens his mouth it's a different reason for wanting to leave Man City - he's a disgrace to football. 

However, Tevez replies that he was not refused to play last night.

And now it up to top management to decide the future of Tevez who many times wants to leave Eastland and is homesick. Whether Tevez will definitely 'left' the club and play with his emo, only just a matter of time to tell.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Torres will get better after his horrible missed.

There is nothing much regretted than registered his 1st goal this season. Torres horrible missed that could be a turning point for Chelsea comeback in a thrilling 3-1 match at Old Trafford last Sunday will be forgotten by most of the Blues fan after saw Torres finally found the nets after almost more than 10 games without  a goal.

Torres's beautiful brilliant chipped past United starlet David de Gea gave a massive relief for the Chelsea's fan who is always waiting for that moments. Although, Chelsea lost that match, most of the Blues fan believe Torres will never stopped scoring once he found the scoring tempo.
Torres was much much improved during that match that gave a huge hope to the fans that he will get better and better after this. His great pace created so much threats to the young United defenders and many times he managed to skip passed Johnny Evans and Phil Jones defensive wall.

Injury to Drogba only leave Torres upfront and this is a good opportunity for Torres to shine and forget about his past. Swansea must be watch out this man when they travel to Stamford Bridge this Saturday.

Monday, September 12, 2011

Wave of Cardiff: Good luck Safee

Today at 4 in the morning, Malaysian prolific striker, Safee Sali flied to London for his massive test in his life when he will be in capital of Wales for the trial with Championship club Cardiff City from 12-27 Sept 2011.

He not just carrying Malaysian flag but he will be carrying his personnel experience and history to become first Malaysian to play in 2nd competitive league in England. .

My best wishes is GOOD LUCK to Safee Sali. Do your best.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Malaysian international, Safee Sali gets trial with Cardiff City for 2 weeks

Prolific striker Safee Sali will be the first Malaysian striker to get a bite of the cherry at Cardiff City Football Club after being offered a two-week trial.

The Pelita Jaya striker, who has been in scintillating for both club and country lately, has done enough to impress Cardiff City owner Datuk Chan Tien Ghee and merit a trial stint with the Welsh outfit from September 12-27.

Safee is the second Malaysian to be offered the trial after national skipper Safiq Rahim. Safiq was the first to land the deal, but due to his Malaysia Cup commitments with Selangor, the 24-year-old will only be flying off once the competition comes to a close.

Safee has touted as the best striker of his generation. The latest revelation was music to his years as he braces himself for what he said would be “the pinnacle of his career”.

“Every Malaysian football fan follows the English game and I’m no different. Even as a kid, I’ve always dreamt of one day plying my trade in the English league... and now I have a chance to do that with this trial.

“The door has been opened for me. It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity and I am going to give it my all to prove my credentials,” said Pelita Jaya's hitman

Meanwhile, Datuk Chan hopes more Malaysians would show worldly promise and potential to hit it big time in football.

“When Safiq managed to get a trial with Cardiff, there was a real good buzz around the club as well as in Malaysia. Now with Safee joining in the fray, hopefully the hype will be heightened and inspire our young and budding footballers to aim only for the sky.

“This effort will bode well for both the club and Malaysia. There’s a lot of talent back home and it’s time we start unearthing the gifted by giving them proper exposure. I think this could be the beginning of a revolution,” said Datuk Chan who took over the Cardiff City last year.