Revealing anything swept under the carpet and unmasking the sweepers.
Rooting for my country to whack Singapore.
Maul them boys…..at least try yah?
Sad ya Uncle, we lost. Have to wait for another four years.Was at the stadium and proud to see us united in cheering for our country.That's a victory in itself.
Hey, i thought Malaysian team colours was supposed to be Yellow! How come blue? But Malaysian supporters wore Yellow. and we of course had to have one idiot in the crowd with his infra-red light shining on the Singapore Goalie's face and the game had to be stopped.
SACK the Sultan from FAM for starters.....ha ha ha .... Star putting a gloss that da boys are young and groomed for 2115 Asian Cup...Malaysia will only do well in Football when they have 3 Chinese, 3 Indians, 3 Malays, 3 bumiputera asli and the rest others.......Sultan Munafiq Pahang - ha ha ha...you ruined it and you will stay on as President to fix it.....ha ha ha ha....Good luck...looks like DEATH to you is the only way to lift Malaysia Football Curse...
We were the home team and yet we wore our away blue kit! Even football is not spared by UMNO-BN. For that we deserved to go out.
we just don't have the skills....and we will not have it even by 2015as usual it starts with the grass roots programs which are not glamourous but hard work which we as a nation are not used to doing....just like our political situation, malaysian football has not future!jo
Reality finally set in - Malaysia is not good enough, even on home turf i.e. playing on grass pitch.I must say Datuk K Rajagopal was getting too arrogant and failed to devise a proper game plan beyond accusing Singapore's reliance on foreign imports. My message to him is to stay humble for the sake of the game and his job.I think the Malaysian players were given too much pressure by the BN folks wanting them to wear blue even on home game. PM Najib & his cousin are heaping too much stress on the players by using the game as a political tool.Singapore was smart to utilize foreign talents for success. Malaysian imports Indons (remember Project M?) for decades but somehow none of them could play for Malaysia team although they have got the right to vote in the election.
PM Najib has run out of ideas. After looking terribly unconvincing when handling the Bersih 2.0 rally, he is clutching at anything just to seem to have things under control.But the sad fact is that his every act and every word uttered just shows him to be desperate ala a tikam-tikam politician, not the son of Malaysia’s second PM who showed some promise in the early days.In the past few weeks, he has obliterated the image he was carving out as a moderate leader. He has played the religious card, calling Ambiga Sreenevasan an enemy of Islam for doing her legal duty of representing a client.He has flip-flopped like an Olympic gymnast on the offer of a stadium to the Bersih 2.0 organisers.Najib has played the reverse religious card: first going to the Vatican as a public relations exercise to try and win Christian support and then returning home to warn the Christians to support the Islamic leadership of the country. (This, to show his Umno cohorts what a brave and unbending Muslim leader he is).In between all that, his administration has talked about a Christian plot; Communist plot; an Arab-style uprising; and locked up six individuals on trumped up charges.If this was not bad enough, he sought some plaudits for cancelling a family holiday.And today, he played the old Mahathir favourite: colonisation. Malaysians, he said, should fly the flag for six weeks to show foreigners that we are united and that we will not brook any interference.
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I never had the stomach for Malaysian football since the golden years of Chin Aun, Mokhtar, Santokh and the likes. The advent of semi-pro football bred generations of lazy, rich and unpatriotic bozos after that. Winning that whatitsname minor ASEAN cup was just a fluke (I've been saying that to myself all along), and just winning that minor cup they are all big headed already.... bah! humbug!
Whack Singapore?? Hey Uncle Zorro, you drunk or what??Malaysian football is nothing but hype. That Suzuki Cup win was a fluke. In reality we are nowhere near decent, yet alone good.Singapore gave us a football lesson, period.
Anon448pm....whatever the odds we need to support our National Team. Your consistent negative vibes might have caused our team to lose. That's not nice, yah? Me drunk....my buddy Duke says no point my drinking....cannot get stoned one!
Uncle Zorro,I am just speaking facts. We are not good enough. We made a lot of noise, yes. We are not even sporting what with them laser pointers aimed at Singapore goalie. And our so called fans are idiots for throwing empty bottles etc. Malu only. No wonder this country of ours cannot get out of the current political shithole.
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