Sunday, December 20, 2009

a short holiday

pejam celik pejam bercelik2, xsangke lak cuti mid sem ni dh abes. tunggu mase je pulang semula ke pj. ape xnye, cuti yg diberi hanye seminggu, bermula 11-20 dis 09. sebenarnya, mid sem exam xabes lg. baru je 2 paper sblum break, math 4 n physics 2 & slpas break, lg 2 papers ( btq & comp2-26 dis). serius, tah ape yg aku wat time math dulu. cuak gile kalo fail lg. asyik2 fail mid sem je, letih ar. physics even blank pun, ade gak keyakinan nk penuhkan tempat2 kosong. hopefully, ape yg dihentam 2 betul & tepat la ek. hm about btq, xsentuh pun sbb xbwk blik buku pun. kalo bawak balik pun, sure2 xbace. nseb bek ade gak la bace2 sket comp2 ni. agak berbelit2. kat umah, dpt la tgk movie yg sempat amek sblum balik ari 2. antarenye papadom, geng & slamat pg cinta. setem xabes tgk sbb ngantok gile smalam. bleh tahan gak la citer papadom. bleh dibanggakan filem2 melayu skrg. haha.starting 16-18dis, fims ade wat reunion kat kuantan. antara events die, gambang waterpark,futsal, dinner, bbq n pusing2 bandar kuantan. suke2 gak, duet tetap melayang wei. ade la dlm 24 org termasuk pompuan 4 org. join la coz support batch sendri kan. neway, thanx 2 members yg berusaha create this events. so, 2 la ape yg yg berlaku sepanjang my short holidays. hoping that next holiday will be better than before.tq

p/s: tensen sbb nad xde time reunion. bkn men susah la nk jumpe die ni.haha
1 lg, nnti la post gambar, still searching for right pics

Monday, December 14, 2009

storm warriors 09

setelah sekian lama menunggu, dpt gak tgk citer storm warriors kat mid valley.
seriously, this movie mmg menarik utk ditonton sbb byk aksi2 menarik + grafik yg sgt gempak.
sbnrnya, citer ni lebih kurg sekuel dr cerita storm riders yg dihasilkan pd taun 1998.
still pelakon2 yg sam iaitu aaron kwok n ekin cheng. sbg cloud n wind.
movie ini mngisahkan usaha2 yg dilakukan oleh dua wira dlm usaha mpertahankan negara China dr jatuh ke tgn pemerintah yg zalim, iaitu Aties Jati g mmpunyai kuasa yg kuat.hanya apabila wind n cloud bergabung, Aties Jati dpt dihapuskan.mostly, citer ni byk mnceritakan bgaimana cloud berusaha bertarung dgn wind sendri sbbkan wind dipengaruhi kuasa kejahatan yg mengawal dirinya.sesuatu cite xperfect, so raing out of 10, bleh bg 8.9 la.
maybe certain org bleh confuse ngn jalan cerite die. in my opinion, antara spoil die adalah
1)wind n cloud xnampak sgt gaya bergabung utk bunuh Aties Jati.
2) Aties Kuntum xjelas smada dah mati ke blum
3) masa pertarungan Wind n Cloud terlalu lama
4) ending yg bleh kate kureng sbb Cloud mati g2 saje wlaupun die slamatkn Wind
5) ending xdtunjukkan keadaan Raja Iblis, si Penyapu(apetah name die)
papepun, syok la gak. hpe ade lg citer yg mampu mnarik minat utk dtgk

Friday, December 11, 2009

myBATCH

visit my batch's blog for any details & stories,..
fims0307.blogspots.com

Saturday, November 28, 2009

a p a i

mungkin n kemungkinan bagaimana nama apai wujud n melekat pada zulfadhli rusydi kan3?!!
nape nk tau? xmasuk exam kot. hehe. k la, ceritera die bermula seawal form 1 lg. form 5 time 2
nye pasal la. diorg yg panggil aku nama apai sbb muke aku cam muke senior diorg yg tue staun. xtau la muke die camne. aku rase aku lg kacak kot. haha. cam2 je sejarahnye. apai? bg aku, xde la teruk mane name 2. accept je la. mmg nama merupakan panggilan & juga doa. so, mmg xbest if dipanggil ngn gelaran yg mmpunyai maksud yg xelok. haha. 2 je pasal apai.tq

Friday, November 20, 2009

SMAC 09

Alo. i hope that i am not late to talk about SMAC(sport & martial art carnival) 2009. SMAC, with motto " Sport: Where Muslim Champions Arise" reached its closing on 15 nov 2009 which started on 7 november 09. SMAC is an annual events organised by FSCC IIUM and it involved all academic societies-eg: ENGENIUS, PRESS, IDEA, MEDCY, INTECHSS, HSSSS, MELEX, ECONSS, BARS, BENS, & IRKS from Petaling Jaya & Nilai campus.

Many sports were held and of course, football was the most grand one. i was selected to conduct football. so many troubles happened before & during the events. Alhamdulillah with the help of dicipline bureau, we were able to solve any problems. what a bored report!! ok. the overall winner went to ENGENIUS, MEDCY went 2nd and i didnt remember the rest. ENGENIUS had dominated futsal sister, rugby, chess(both), and volleyball BUT sadly, our football team had lost at quarter final round to ECONS. thats all about SMAC09.more details on http://smaccfsiium.blogspot.com/. i hope i learn something from it. tq


Saturday, November 14, 2009

Voyage to Engineering Company 2009



Alhamdulillah, bersyukur kpd Allah SWT krn dgn nikmat yg diberikan, program Voyage to Engineering Company telah berjaya dilaksanakan. Program lawatan sambil belajar ini telah diadakan pada 12 Nov 2009 bersamaan hari Khamis. Program ini telah disertai oleh 35 org peserta (17 committees,18 students) dan diiringi oleh seorg advisor, Bro Shahrul. Buat informasi semua, program ini telah memilih utk melawat ke Proton Tanjung Malim. Pada awalnya, syarikat Toyota menjadi pilihan, tetapi nasib tdak menyebelahi kita. Program ini telah dianjurkan oleh biro Publication & Information Engenius.

Sedikit sebyk mengenai perjalanan program:
7.15am - Peserta berkumpul di kawasan bas CFS IIUM
8.00am - Sedikit briefing dr PC Ridhwan
8.30am - Bertolak dari CFS IIUM PJ
10.00am - Tiba di Proton Tanjung Malim
10.30am - Program bermula
1) Briefing oleh Head Safety PROTON
2) STAMPING
3) BODY SHOP
4) TRIM & FINAL
12.00pm - Refreshment
Briefing oleh Officer PROTON mengenai perjalanan PROTON
12.30pm - Sesi bergambar
12.45pm - Bertolak pulang dr PROTON Tanjung Malim
1.00pm - Berhenti makan & solat
2.10pm - Bertolak pulang ke CFS IIUM
3.30pm - Tiba di CFS IIUM

Begitulah sedikit sbk mengenai perjalanan program Voyage ni. Diharap segala pengalaman yg digarap dapat memotivasikan diri peserta dlm mengharungi dunia sebenar yg mencabar.
PRTON sendiri menyedarkan kita bahawa org Melayu Muslim juga mampu bersaing dgn bangsa lain dgn terhasilnya enjin Campro. Industri automotif tanahair memerlukan engineer yg mampu menghasilkan steel coil utk membuat rangka kereta krn slama ni kita bergantung kpd Korea n China. InsyaAllah akan lahir ramai lagi jurutera dari IIUM utk menaikkan nama tanahair dari segala bidang kehidupan.
Sekalung penghargaan kpd semua committee yg sgt komited terhadap tugas yg diberikan.
Tanpa korg, program ini xdpt dilaksanakan dgn sempurna. Perjalanan yg sangat menarik,. tq

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

kertas-kekasih yang xdianggap.

-lagu ni khas ditujukan kpd sesiapa yg memendam perasaan kpd seseorg tetapi org tu xtau bhwa ada org yg sedang menyukainya,.. feel gile lagu ni,.. skali skale jiwang pe salahnye,.hee anda mesti dengar=-)

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Thursday, November 05, 2009

masih disini,.

lame sungguh xberkongsi,. bukan slalu xon9, cuma kekurangan idea.
hehe. sbnarnya penulis sudh memasuki sem terakhir di asasi uia.
InsyaAllah, sem yg terakhir. xmahu duduk lame2.
sem ni penulis mngambil sujek math 4, comp 2, physcs 3, physics lab 2
n btq. so far, ilmu dpt ditelan tanpa sebarg masalah.
sem terakhir juga menandakan penulis perlu lebih rilek n
cuba mnghadiri sbarang majlis or meniti pengalaman yg ada.
rugi kalau x ia dibiarkan begitu. cukup stakat ni.
tq 4 viewing my blog=-)
,...to be continued,..

arsenal reachs last 16

Samir Nasri, Arsenal

Samir Nasri of Arsenal nets his side's second goal

Arsenal all but secured their place in the last 16 of the Champions League after taking apart AZ Alkmaar 4-1 at Emirates Stadium.

Fab taking nothing for granted

Victory for Standard Liege over Olympiacos means, mathematically, Arsene Wenger's side could yet be overtaken for the top two places in Group H.

However, if the way in which the Dutch champions were outclassed tonight, helped by a brace from captain Cesc Fabregas, is any evidence, then Arsenal's status as genuine challengers for the European crown will be confirmed when the Belgians travel to north London in two weeks.

Arsenal, who are now unbeaten in 12 games, were always in control, Fabregas setting them on their way after 25 minutes, before Samir Nasri made it 2-0 on the stroke of half-time with the Gunners captain and then Abou Diaby putting the result beyond doubt.

Jeremain Lens netted a consolation for the visitors, who now face a battle to finish third and go into the Europa League.

AZ boss Ronald Koeman - whose goal won the 1992 European Cup for Barcelona at Wembley - had previously been unbeaten against Wenger, masterminding a 1-1 draw here with PSV in 2007, which knocked the English side out.

However, there was to be no repeat as the Gunners immediately went on the attack. Robin van Persie cut in from the right and flashed a low strike across goal.

Referee Alain Hamer, kitted out in white, then penalised goalkeeper Sergio Ranero for picking up a backpass from midfield, giving Arsenal an indirect free-kick on the right corner of the six-yard box. Van Persie, though, smashed his shot into the wall of black shirts at the near post.

With Emmanuel Eboue preferred at right-back to Bacary Sagna, the Gunners were certainly more offensive down the flanks, if without lacking any real bite in the final third.

Arsenal were then gifted the lead on 25 minutes. A quick break down the left freed Fabregas on the edge of the penalty area. The Gunners captain was given space to drive the ball through David Mendes da Silva's legs, and as Ranero completely mistimed his dive, it somehow crept inside the far post.

The Gunners doubled their lead just before half-time. Andrey Arshavin fed Nasri down the middle. The Frenchman, now fit again following a fractured leg suffered during pre-season, turned Hector Moreno inside out to burst into the penalty area, before dispatching a low effort into the bottom right corner on 43 minutes.

Before AZ could regroup at the start of the second half, Arsenal were out of sight after scoring a third goal on 52 minutes.

The visitors gave away possession in midfield, and it proved fatal as Arshavin sprinted towards the penalty area, before slipping in Fabregas, who fired the ball past Romero.

To their credit, though, AZ kept going. Indeed but for a fine reaction block from Manuel Almunia, the visitors would have pulled a goal back.

Graziano Pelle chested down a cross from Maarten Martens before firing the ball in at point-blank range which Almunia, looking to cement his place as number one again, instinctively pushed up on to the crossbar.

Wenger made a double change with 24 minutes left, replacing Fabregas with Aaron Ramsey, while Eduardo came on for Van Persie.

It was 4-0 on 72 minutes following another flowing counter-attack. A clever back-heel from Eduardo released Arshavin down the right.The Russian took the ball on into the area, before squaring to Diaby, who made no mistake from 12 yards.

Arsenal had what looked a decent shout for handball against Pelle turned down before AZ broke quickly and scored a consolation when Lens held off Gibbs to fire past Almunia. There was still time for Ramsey to hit the bar, but the hard work had already been done.

Monday, October 05, 2009

Enjoyed Four ; Amazing October


-all after final exam sem 2 (1st of October)

Thursday,1st October 2009

Event: Ice skating with roommates

Location : Sunway Pramid

Members : Hanis Janis, Izzat Cighit, Naim, Hafiz Deqby, Acap,

Haziq Jumari, Afiq Pusat,Hanafi Bozar,Am, Reza,Balia,Muiz, Syafiq Amsterdam & Aben

*also joined : Ipin, Danial, Muaz Panjang& Bell


Friday, 2nd October 2009

Event : Eid celebration

Locaton : Hilmi`s house, Seksyen 18, Shah Alam

Members : Janis, Izzat Cighit, Naim, Hafiz Deqby, Fazli Mazlan, Haziq Jumari,

Hanafi Bozar,Am,Balia &Muiz

Saturday,3rd October 2009

Event : Reunion Fims 2009

Locaton : Time Square , KL

Members : Naim, Ainuddin, Anis Hakim, Nazmi, Akmal Limbo, Faizal Peyjal,

Faiz Turat, Zulhelmi, Faiz Hafiz, Irfan Bobo, Danial, Afif Fadhuli,

Irsyad Hanafi, Zulfadhli Rahim, Fakhrurrazi, Aidil Paling, Yusuf, Muthalib,

Amar,Saef + Amalina, Saidah, Suzie, Nazihan, Fatin, Husna, Mardhiah,

Syazlin, Natasya & Khalilah

Activities : Playing bowling + Eat gathering

Sunday, 4th October 2009

Event : Eid celebration

Locaton : Mdm Kartini`s House, Bukit Angsana, Cheras

Members : Taufiq Abdullah, Haslah, Farid, Sumirah, Zairatul, Sufiami, Syafikah,

Suriyana & Fatihah

*also joined : Asraf Usher, Black, Adam, Khalid, Hafizi, Bashir, Suhaimi, Razali,

Nabila Bell,Sarah, & Hashima,

*no picture available

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

raya 2009

semat hari raya aidilfitri maaf zahir batin!! tahun ni raya cuma sederhana je. xsume adk bradik yg ade. de beraya di rumah mertuanya dulu kat maran. angah lak xdapt cuti. terpaksa beraya kat genting. even pas raya ni exam, hah sehari sblum raya aku dh ttp buku dh. raya ni skali je. enjoy n celebrate je la,.
raye pertama ke umah mak ngah kt klau. raya 2 lak ikut paan ke klau. g umah tiqah n adik paan. raye 3 lg letih. follow dak2 lipis(tam,shown,zaaba,hairul,paan) beraya sekitar raub. antaranya umah mama,acem, aizat ajen n cikgu latifah. mule2 plan nk ke jrantut, nseb bek xjd. mmg raye sakan la gini. ok,.. raya xabes lg,..pas exam braye kt kl lak,..=-)

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

1st time ice skating



kompem in kali pertama g sunway piramid. actually, dari dulu nk g n mmg plan nak g pas exam.
tetibe rase bosan ptg jumaat ari tu(11/9), n dan2 je bdk bilik buyat plan nk g. so g je la ngan buyat, zyed, ihsan,cighit,deqby,azam,muaz,toleh n apam. pergh, pngalaman pertama mmg cuak syal. bkn ape, cuak malu ade, cuak basah baju ade gak. standard ar 2. tp aku berjaya xjatuh,.. maybe aku men slow kot,.. eh xde,..last2 aku berjaya skate laju2 ape.haha bleh la nk lawan korang,..tp bkn yg expert haha.sblum balik, sempat gak merayau sunway 2 n boling se game. insyaAllah plan nk g lg ps abes exam ngn mmber2 bilik. rapatkan ukhwah sket kan. 2 je =-)

Wednesday, September 09, 2009

dugaan,...

kenapa?? xsangka ujian yg Kau berikan kpd ku sgt berat utk diterima. tp aku pasrah n redha apa yg berlaku,. mmg xdijangka. sony ericcson ku HILANG!! careless + cuai,. amat teruk diri ini. xsampai stahun pun lg hp tu.sesungguhnya, aku xmampu utk menjadi yg sempurna. mmg kelam kabut sbb nombor celcom tu masih byk lagi urusan yg xdiselesaikan. Namun setiap perkara yg berlaku ada hikmah, aku yakin Allah mahu menguji dan Dia mahu mnunjukkan kpdku kelemahan aku,. aku berharap aku dpt tabah mghadapi ujian yg seterusnya. kpd mmber yg ade contact num celcom 2, mintk maaf byk2,. insyaAllah ptg ni aku g wat balik num tu. kepada sume, jadikan segala yg berlaku sebagai satu pengajaran. amek iktibar n jgn trus mnyalahkan org le. insyaAllah, slamat beramal

Wednesday, September 02, 2009

raya + final exam??

alhamdulillah dah hampir separuh bulan berpuasa. insyaAllah 13 hr bulan ni aku balik ke umah smpena cuti raya( sbnarnya study week). yang xbleh blahnye, 24 dah start ept (exam english la tu). nak xnak kena balik gak dalam raya ke-3. haha. sacrifice la gayenye raye aku kali ni. secara logik n munasarawak, dpt ke study kt umah?? huhu tah la. tgk la camne. so, prepare awal ngan study awal. hm stakat yg tahu, 24 ept, 30 math, 1 chem. chem lab n fim xtau lg. hope ade mase la nk study. rusydi!! jgn main2 lg, mid sem dah la teruk!! --(ramai2 tlg la push ini insan). ok,.. salam ramadhan=-)

Saturday, August 29, 2009

champions league draw 2009 2010



champion league dtg lg,.. season ni arsenal diundi dlm group H bersama AZ Alkmar, Olympiacos n Standard. nampak gaye ade peluang utk lepas. no hal la arsenal. season lps sampai semi kalah ngan chelsea. xpe sbb xde star mase 2. ramai injured. pape pun, GO GUNNER!!

Monday, August 24, 2009

ihya ramadhan,..



assalamualaikum,.. sedar tak sedar, alhamdulillah dah 2 Ramadhan dah hari ini. Bagai syawal lalu
baru sahaja berlalu, ramadhan yg dinanti telah tiba. Alhamdulillah, Allah s.w.t telah panjangkan umur kita, murahkan rezeki kita agar dipertemukan lagi dengan bulan yang penuh barakah ini.
Betapa nikmatnya Ramadhan, di mana mengajar manusia erti kesabaran, bersederhana dalam
kehidupan. Disamping itu, bulan Ramadhan turut mengingatkan kita mengenai sahabat2 dan saudara kita yg sentiasa tidak kecukupan makanan di luar sana. InsyaAllah, moga2 kita mendapat pengajaran atas ujian yg Allah bekalkan kpd kita agar sentiasa menjadi hamba yg taat serta berbakti kpd agama yg benar, iaitu Islam. Dan ingatlah, fokus utama Ramadan dalam Al-Quran ialah penurunan Al-Quran. perkara2 lain merupakan perkara kedua. NAmun Kebanyakan kita hanya memberi tumpuan kepada solat tarawikh semata-mata. Ingatlah, penurunan Al-Quran menber maksud yg lebih jelas. Salam Ramadan dari saya dan semoga diberkati Allah swt dalam melakukan ibadah dalam kehidupan seharian.

Monday, August 10, 2009

laptop!!!!


haha aku skrg ni dlm mood mencari laptop,.. xde la nak pakai skrg. tp sblum mmbeli, kena survey dulu,.
skrg ni dlm list ade 2 brand yg gempak(bg aku la) iaitu asus n acer. actually, aku just cari laptop yg bese2 je, bleh wat assignment n kenkadang bleh men game gak. alang2 nak beli, bek beli trus yg ade spec yg gempak2. dlm otak skrg ni,.. asus k40IN,asus K40AB, n acer4935g. teringin gak toshiba@ dell, tp yg ade graphic card, hampir cecah rm3k kot.
ni spec laptop yg aku tgh usha,..

ASUS K40AB ----- RM2099
CPU & Chipset : AMD Athlon X2 QL64 2.1GHz
Display : 14" LED
Operating System : Free Dos
Memory : 2GB (DDR2 800 x 1)
Graphic : ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4570, with 512MB VRAM
Wireless Data Network : 802.11 b/g
Bluetooth : No
Storage : 320G 5400 SATA
Camera : 1.3M Pixel
Audio : Hi-Definition Audio CODEC / Stereo speaker / Mic
Optical Drive : DVD-S-Multi
Storage Cards : 8 in 1 card reader
Finger Print : No
Warranty : 2 Years Global / Battery + Adapter 12 Months


Asus K40IN ----- RM2399
CPU & Chipset : Intel 6500 2.1GHz
Display : 14" LED
Operating System : Free Dos
Memory : 4GB (DDR2 800 x 2)
Graphic : Nvidia Geforce G102M 512MB VRAM
Wireless Data Network : 802.11 b/g
Bluetooth : Yes
Storage : 320G 5400 SATA
Camera : 1.3M Pixel
Audio : Hi-Definition Audio CODEC / Stereo speaker / Mic
Optical Drive : DVD-S-Multi
Storage Cards : 8 in 1 card reader
Finger Print : No
Warranty : 2 Years Global / Battery + Adapter 12 Months

Acer Aspire 4935G-842G25



Acer Aspire 4935G-842G25 :

Intel Centrino 2 Core 2 Duo P8400 (2.26GHz/3MB Cache/1066MHz FSB)

  • 2GB DDR2 RAM (upgradable up to 4gb )
  • 250GB SATA HDD
  • 14 inch HD TFT LCD Screen
  • Integrated 5k Modem & 10/100/1000 MBPS LAN
  • NVIDIA GeForce 9300M GS with up to 2303 MB of TurboCache (512MB dedicated DDR2 VRAM, up to 1,791MB of shared system memory)supporting NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology
  • Integrated 8x DVD Super Multi Double-layer Drive
  • 6-In-1 Card Reader supporting SD, MMC, MMC Plus, MS, MS Pro & xD
  • Dolby - certified surround sound system with 2 built-in stereo speakers
  • Integrated Bluetooth
  • Two built-in Acer PureZone technology stereo microphones
  • Acer Bio-Protection fingerprint solution
  • Integrated Acer Crystal Eye High-def Webcam
  • 1-Year Limited International Travelers Warranty
  • Intel WiFi Link 5100 Network Connection
  • Mobile Intel 45PM Express Cipset
  • Genuine Windows Vista Home Premum (32 bit)
  • Malaysia Retail Price : RM 2999.00
ade komen??

Saturday, July 18, 2009

ARSENAL 3RD JERSEY!!



sumpah!! mmg lawa jersey ni,..
mmg ingat nak angkat ar,.. xle tunggu lame2,.. huhu.tp kan,. aku prefer long sleeve. mane lg lawa?? short or long??

Premier League Team Of The Decade 2000-2010

i like this. i take this articles from Goal.com. maybe epl in the past was very interesting rather nowadays.huhu miss glory2 arsenal!!!

Premier League Team Of The Decade 2000-2010
Formation: 3-5-2

Shay Given (Newcastle United & Manchester City)

The only player to make the grade that has never played for one of the 'big four', but he has played in the Champions League. Yes, it was closer to the beginning of the decade, back when Newcastle weren't ... well, in the Championship ... but Shay Given has been nothing short of outstanding all decade.

Some have even gone as far as to declare him the best goalkeeper in the world, which is perhaps an accolade too far, but his consistent heroics, outstanding shot-stopping and leadership have been enough to see him past the likes of Petr Cech (due in part to his unfortunate injury).

His loyalty to Newcastle proved finite right towards the end of the decade, when they approached their ultimate low and Manchester City, with their party-crashing ambitions and promises of greatness, proved too great a lure to resist. His performances haven't let up - already proving a hero in vain in the failed UEFA Cup campaign - but his aim now will simply be to get back into the Champions League before hanging up his gloves.



Rio Ferdinand (West Ham United, Leeds United & Manchester United)

One of several outstandingly talented English talents from the West Ham youth system, Rio made the switch to a high-flying Leeds side at the beginning of the decade for a mammoth £18m, a British transfer record, when he was still just 21. And a defender.

The last thing Leeds would have been expecting was to make almost a 40 per cent profit after just two seasons. He got even better, and fast, before Manchester United broke the British transfer record for a second time, and also saw Rio overtake the legendary Lilian Thuram to become the most expensive defender in the world for a second time.

And now, after seven seasons at Old Trafford, he has done it all. Following the decline of legendary Italian duo, Fabio Cannavaro and Alessandro Nesta, Rio became considered by many to be the best centre-back in the world on his way to leading the Red Devils and then lifting the Champions League in 2008, completing his journey to the pinnacle of club football off the back of skilful, effortless, yet athletic and domineering defending.



Sol Campbell (Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal & Portsmouth)

Something of a forgotten man since joining Portsmouth in 2006, it cannot be forgotten what an incredible defender Sol Campbell was in his prime. Having already made his name as one of the best defenders in the country in the previous decade with Spurs, he was being courted by Barcelona, no less, before controversially opting instead to join Arsenal, reigniting the bitter local rivalry that needed no reignition.

Let that not detract from his simply incredible performances for the Gunners during his five seasons with the club. He was part of the Invincibles side, winning two Premier Leagues and three FA Cups, and of course scoring in a Champions League final, his final ever game for the club, that was to end in defeat.

Even when labelled past it when joining Portsmouth at the age of 30, he has upheld a marked level of consistency, even if he was eventually ousted from the national team by John Terry. Sol has rarely looked short of class, and testimony to his influence is that Arsenal have yet to truly replace his calming and confident presence at the back.



John Terry (Chelsea)

For fun, I was half-way tempted to add Manchester City, with a little question mark, to the club in brackets above, but we all know that just wouldn't be right. John Terry is the first of three one-club men to make it into this list, and it would take a brave man, despite the speculation and despite his silence, to bet against him finishing his career as one.

He rose through the ranks at Chelsea as an archetypal die-hard English defender and carved himself a real niche as one of the best of his kind out there. Elegance and grace he might not have in abundance, but his bottomless reserve of determination and energy have always led him to success.

Now 28, Terry is captain of his club and country, with the only major blight in his career being a slip on the soaking wet Moscow turf that sent an otherwise perfect penalty - that had wrong-footed Edwin van der Sar - six inches too wide, off the post and out. It would have won the Champions League, completing Terry's club trophy haul. He remains determined to bounce back, and continues to be one of the most consistent, match-saving defenders in the league.



Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United)

The first player in the XI to have gone abroad - there are three more - but none managed it with quite such a level of accompanying awe-inspiring media coverage. Cristiano Ronaldo arrived in the Premier League just 18 years of age still skilful but erratic, and left probably the most complete attacking player in the world, for an all-time record-smashing £80m, to his boyhood club, Real Madrid.

The way in which United, kings of English football, were made to feel small by the Portuguese did his local reputation few favours, and nor did his perceived persona as an arrogant superstar, but his performances eventually won over everyone in the league, the country and grudgingly, the world.

Having narrowly missed out on the Ballon d'Or to Kaka in 2007, he ran away with it in 2008, following that 42-goal season - all this after the World Cup winking allegations had threatened to cut short his United career. His desire to be the best and incredible work ethic allowed him to get there. He won it all, was absolutely instrumental the whole way, and left on top - just as he will have wanted.



Steven Gerrard (Liverpool)

The only man to make it into the Premier League team of the decade without having won the Premier League, Steven Gerrard has done everything but. He has in the past been regarded as a one-man team, though now he has some pretty handy team-mates for company, and is edging ever closer to that one title that has eluded him all this time.

Yes, Gerrard has also won the Champions League, of course, without being a champion. His role in every significant Liverpool triumph over the years, none less so than Istanbul, has been quite literally unbelievable. Very few can produce the goods on demand quite like him: the big goals, the big runs, even the big tackles from time to time.

As his team-mates have increased in calibre, so has his own play. It would be fair, to a degree, to say that the 29-year-old was something of a typical English midfielder, with the stamina, work ethic, and big shot - but his awareness and passing, both short and long, have come on leaps and bounds. As a player, he will struggle to get any better - and he won't be in this team ten years from now - but he won't worry about that for so much as a second as long as he has a Premier League title to show for it, come quitting time.



Patrick Vieira (Arsenal)

Vieira arrived at Highbury little known to the English public, but the fact he had been signed by Milan just a year previous should have made it somewhat obvious that he was far from a nothing player. Indeed, he fast became the driving force behind Arsenal's midfield and the leader of their charge to the pinnacle of Premier League football. It takes a lot to beat Makelele into any XI, and it was Vieira's uncontainable influence that did just that.

Strong, athletic and just that little bit skilful, Vieira made all the right moves in midfield to make his opponents look ordinary. Perhaps only one player can take greater credit for Arsenal's golden era than Vieira - and we all know who that is - and the only real low point in the midfielder's Arsenal career was his penalty miss in the 2003 UEFA Cup final, which contributed to the Gunners' heartbreaking defeat.

Nevertheless, the man courted in consecutive summers by Real Madrid's Galacticos captained the Gunners during their unbeaten league season . He was the heartbeat of Arsenal at their peak - silverware came and went with him - so it's no surprise Arsene Wenger demanded his signing before he even officially started as coach. Vieira, a born champion, left to pursue Champions League glory - it didn't work out, and Gooners the world around wonder still whether he could have taken them that extra mile in Paris, in that fateful final against Barcelona.



Frank Lampard (West Ham United & Chelsea)

Not many players can lay claim to being quite as good, goalscoring and yet unfashionable as Frank Lampard. The man nicknamed Supergoals has scored 20 or more goals from midfield in five consecutive seasons, having now spent seven exceptional seasons at Stamford Bridge, since joining from a club where his roots run deep, West Ham United, in 2001.

He was undoubtedly the key player behind Chelsea's initial success under Jose Mourinho. Millions were spent, Drogba was a force, Makelele made defensive midfielders seemingly fashionable again, Terry was a rock, Cech considered the best in the world by some, Duff and Robben full of flair and excitement - but picking just one star player from 2004-2006 would produce the same vote almost every single time. The enormity of that feat cannot be underplayed.

Lampard always produces big goals in big games, whether scrappy or spectacular, and plays an efficient and disciplined game in midfield that, despite being unfancy, is highly effective. Jose Mourinho told him he was the best, but I don't think he ever really believed it - remaining a modest professional is what has enabled him to be the understated superstar that he is.



Ryan Giggs (Manchester United)

He has played and scored in every season of the Premier League to date. Ryan Giggs is a living, breathing, running, shooting and scoring legend. He has been at the height of the game for so long that many might even argue he peaked, at least as a traditional winger, last decade. Yet he's still going.

There were accusations of tokenism when he won last season's PFA Player of the Year award, but that was more a flaw in the voting system - taken midway through the season, at which point the Welshman was performing at the peak of his powers - than anything sinister.

His creativity, consistency and contribution to unending success saw him edge out Robert Pires, who spent six scintillating and successful years with Arsenal. It was close-run, and though Ryan perhaps wasn't quite as fast, furious and full of flair as he has been in the past, with his slower and more intricate game undoubtedly hindering United at times, it was his modest mastery that saw him come good more often than not, with the trophies to show for it.



Ruud van Nistelrooy (Manchester United)

There has never been a more prolific striker in Premier League history than Van Nistelrooy, despite Alan Shearer being far and away in the lead on the goalscoring charts and Fernando Torres having made a sensational start to his time in England, but will struggle to continue at the same rate as Ruud, who arrived after having been courted for several years by Sir Alex Ferguson, but only managed to make his dream move after a series of serious injuries.

It was the goalscoring touch, though, that never escaped him. He wasn't able to do it in as much style as he perhaps would have liked, but in five seasons, he scored 150 goals in 219 appearances, winning each domestic honour on offer with the Red Devils. He missed out on European glory, left Old Trafford under a cloud after a row with a certain Cristiano Ronaldo, but was still seen as something of a fan favourite, a feeling he reciprocated both towards the club and even his former manager.

He is perhaps the best out-and-out goalscorer the Premier League has ever seen, someone who Michael Owen, of all people, has the job of now replacing at Old Trafford. This, the same Michael Owen who Ruud pipped to this spot, who won the Ballon d'Or and who also left the Premier League for Real Madrid. A phenomenon though Owen was, his position was compromised by his injuries and subsequent dip in goalscoring form - Ruud, on the other hand, was relentless.



Thierry Henry (Arsenal)

If you're looking for quantity of quality, the search for the Premier League's greatest ever player starts and ends with Ryan Giggs. If you're looking for game-to-greatness ratio, it is, and will continue to be for the foreseeable future, Thierry Henry.

It's astonishing to think he arrived a reject from Juventus, being deployed as a left-winger at a club and in a league that was not a fit for his budding talents. Arsene Wenger knew exactly what he was doing when he signed him for £10m, a value he repaid at least ten times over on the pitch, if not in sales figures, during his seven seasons in north London.

At a club that was never considered one of the genuine, ever-present heavyweights in European football, Henry nevertheless leapt past Raul, Van Nistelrooy, Jardel, Shevchenko, Crespo and even Ronaldo as the greatest forward in the world. Think influence on the fortunes of his team, think goals-to-games and assists, think show-stopping skill, pace, power and think that somehow, for all his unbelievable ability and performances, he never won the Ballon d'Or nor the Champions League with Arsenal, and ended his time there by proving something of a hindrance to his side - a slight on the way they were heading right than him, you would think.

At the peak of his powers, he was the most complete and outstanding forward in the world - yet it took that move to Barcelona, where at first he struggled to find his rhythm for a variety of reasons, to finally reach undisputed greatness. It is that which he needed to feel he had accomplished everything as a player, but he was most complete during his time in the Premier League, where he will be remembered as one of the greatest ever players for not just years, but decades to come.



Given

Ferdinand - Campbell - Terry

Vieira

Ronaldo - Gerrard - Lampard - Giggs

Van Nistelrooy - Henry

Sulmaan Ahmad, Goal.com

Sunday, July 12, 2009

eyeshield 21,..



eyeshield 21,. manga yg paling best stakat ni. just layan kat onemanga.com. actually,aku start
bace citer ni since form 3 kot. bace kat kreko. ia tells about american football in japan.
how Sena, 1st year students terjebak dlm game ni.pas2, lawan ngan university dlm jepun
n last, wakil jepun ke pringkat dunia. mmg layan la sbb taktik die xbleh blah. si komander Hiruma penuh ngan tipu helah,.. n byk lg la hero2 yg len. xpenah tau pun
sblum ni taktik2 american football. skrg ni, tau la sket2.. sape2 yg xpenah bace cite ni,
bek korg layan. best.haha

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Hudud law

i`m suddenly interested to post this article written by mdnorhafiz in the Star online.
maybe it can be a motivation or can be a n understanding to us how hudud law are applied and how it works.

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Currently, I'm living in one country which practiced hudud. Yes, you can call these people are barbaric and uncivilized.

But the thing I love the most here is less of crime. The difference of criminal rate is much lesser compare to my Malaysia due to implementation of Hudud. Everyday in Malaysia newspaper, we can read rape, murder, snatch thief, burglary cases. If every editor practices to compile such news together, I bet it will occupy at least 2 pages in our daily newspapers. I admit there are such cases occurred in my place here but very very rare.

I still remember some times ago, UMNO leaders claimed this law will cause a lot of Muslims in Malaysia lose their hands or legs which later can dampen the growth of national economics. Ironically, my “adopted country” now achieves tremendous growth with Hudud implementation (Of course alongside of petrodollar. Yet, petrodollar alone cannot drive the economics if without stability). Its hard for me to see their people on the street without hands or legs. Why? Because this people become afraid to commit crime.

The purpose of Hudud law is not punishing yet to teach other people to become a good citizen.

PEOPLE MAY SAID THIS LAW IS INHUMANE DUE TO STONING PEOPLE OR CHOPPING HANDS. BUT HOW ABOUT THOSE PEOPLE WHO MERCILESSLY KILLING, STEALING OR EVEN SNATCH HANDBAGS AND DRAG THE VICTIMS TILL COMA IN THE HOSPITALS. THESE CONVICTS ARE MORE INHUMANE THAN THE LAW ITSELF.

Please take note that the basic principle of every Islamic law is to compelled or enforced on Muslims only. I hope PAS will stick to this principle.

With implementation of hudud law, maybe Altantuya, Canny Ong, or Sharlinie still breathing today.

Saturday, July 04, 2009

listening &speaking presentation

hmm td baru habis individual presentation for listening & speaking level 6. even bertungkus-lumus menghafal skip, at least aku berjaya gak la dgn kompiden speak english. hm madam ni agak strict, lecturer luar la katekan & agak profesional based on pengalaman die. start kul 11 pg sampai kul 1.30 ptg,semua student group 79 berjaye melengkapkan presentation ni.nak tahu aku deliver tajuk ape?? hehe senang je. nnti korang bace la ape yg telah aku present kat bawah nnti.


Pollution is unavoidable in developing countries

Ladies and gentlemen, Assalamualaikum and a very good morning to Madam Nur Hafizah,band all of my fellow friends. I, Zulfadhli Rusydi, would like to talk about “Pollution is unavoidable in developing countries”..The purpose that I deliver this talk is I want to create awareness and to inform you how the developing countries cannot escape from creating pollution.Before that, let we look a short movie about this talk.

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Thus, I would discuss this title based on 3 main points.First is uses of advanced technologies. Second is non plants area on the earth and third is the existence of transportation routes.

My first point is advanced technologies are applied at equipments in most developing countries.They use it because they want to comfort their residents with convinience life. For instance,most buildings have air conditioners and refrigerators.Even both goods bring goodness to people,sadly it also creates harm to earth. Based on Barney Garcia,on his article Use of Air Conditioners and the Greenhouse Effect in www.articlesbase.com, when we started using the air conditioner, it will release carbon to the air.so,carbon at atmosphere may insulate our planet by thinning the ozone layer.


My second point is developed countries try to achieve as many as possible buildings which lead to non plants area on the earth.For instance, even Singapore is a small country,they still to add more megastructure such as Ocean Financial Centre .This failure make them forget about the role of plants to the earth.According to World Resources Institute’s Ms Mathew in ecology.com,developed countries populations have somewhat stabilized,but they are still showing a certain aggressive appetite for clearing trees. As a result, there are no more plants functioning as Earth’s water cycle by absorbing rain and snowfall. For a long term effect,land pollution may occurs such as landslide and soil errosion .


My third point is the existence of transportation routes in developing countries also creates various types of pollutions.Generally, these facilities are very useful to connect one town to another. However, contruction of routes lead to traffic congestion as there are many vehicles use the roads. Based on the Department of Environment Protection,State of Maine,addition of the emissions from millions of vehicles in use every day may lead to serious air pollution.During fuel burning in the engine,harmful chemicals such as hydocarbons,carbon dioxide,carbon monoxide,nitrogen oxides,and particulates are released as exhaust. These chemicals cause a variety of human and environmental health problems.



In conclusion, I would like to repeat my three precious main points,which are uses of advanced technologies,non green area on the earth and existence of transportation routes which support my presentation, Pollution is unavoidable in developing countries.In short, I totally argue that most of developing countries are not escaping from creating these pollutions.With that, I end my presentation with a quotes by Charles Haas ‘Give a man a fish, and he can eat for a day. But teach a man how to fish, and he'll be dead of mercury poisoning inside of three years’. Thank you


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