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Tuesday, October 12, 2010
KUALA LUMPUR: Seorang penyokong pasukan Kelantan mati dipercayai akibat sesak nafas ketika bersesak keluar daripada Stadium Shah Alam selepas tamat perlawanan suku akhir pertama Piala Malaysia antara Selangor dan
Kelantan, malam tadi.
Ketua Polis Daerah Shah Alam, Asisten Komisioner Noor Azam Jamaluddin berkata, lelaki yang dipercayai berumur 39 tahun itu telah dibawa ke Hospital Tuanku Ampuan Rahimah, Klang untuk pemeriksaan lanjut.
"Menurut rakannya, si mati pada mulanya mengalami sesak nafas ketika perlawanan berlangsung, namun, ketika ditanya sama Ada okay atau tidak, dia kata okay.
"Namun keadaan mangsa semakin teruk ketika mahu keluar dari stadium selepas tamat perlawanan sebelum meninggal dunia," katanya hari ini.
Ketika itu, berlaku sedikit kekecohan di luar stadium sejurus tamat perlawanan selepas penyokong kedua-dua pasukan melakukan provokasi terhadap lawan masing-masing, namun berjaya disuraikan oleh Pasukan Simpanan Persekutuan (FRU).
Pada perlawanan suku akhir pertama itu, tuan rumah terikat tanpa jaringan dengan Kelantan, dan perlawanan suku akhir kedua akan berlangsung di Stadium Sultan Muhammad ke 1V di Kota Bharu, Sabtu ini.
SAMA-SAMA KITE SEDEKAHKAN AL-FATIHAH UNTUK ALLAHYARHAM.. MOGA DICUCRI RAHMAT KEHENDAKNYA...AMEAN..
Sunday, October 10, 2010
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
Adakah anda sebagai ibubapa kepada anak2 merelakan anak anda terlibat secara serius dalam sukan di Malaysia agar kerjaya nya nanti menjadi "AHLI SUKAN NEGARA". Apa jaminan masa depan anak-anak jika terhenti setengah jalan.. apa bekalan mereka...??? apa pendapat anda ???
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Monday, May 3, 2010
Doubles shuttlers Mohd Zakry Abdul Latif-Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari want a lot of noise at the Putra Stadium to help fire them up to play better in the Thomas Cup Finals.
And they have called on the Malaysian fans to cheer loudly.
“The louder the better. Fairuzizuan and I prefer it loud to keep us going. In fact, we have been letting out shouts of encouragement to each other during training,” said Zakry.
“We realise that when we are quiet, something is wrong. We are unable to bring out our best. We have to constantly psych up each other.
“And we hope to get the same support from our spectators. I admire the Indonesian fans because they stand by their players all the time. We plead to our fans to do the same.
“Of course, we also have to play our part and we will give good reasons for the home fans to back us up. We will give our best.”
With strong support from the spectators, Zakry is hoping to come good in a second appearance in the Thomas Cup Finals with Fairuzizuan.
The duo are the second ranked pair in the team behind world No. 1 Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong. The third Malaysian pair are Ong Soon Hock-Hoon Thien How.
Zakry added that he would not want to end up a disappointment after being given a second chance to feature in the Finals.
“Fairuz and I were not in the good books of the coaches ahead of the selection of the team. We were not playing well and did not have good results to show. But we were still selected for the Finals. We will be out to prove that we can be counted on.”
At the last Finals in Jakarta, Zakry-Fairuzizuan were the reserves but they were fielded for the second doubles match of the semi-final tie against China’s Guo Zhengdong-Xie Zhongbo. And they kept Malaysia alive in the tie before Mohd Hafiz Hashim lost the deciding match against Chen Jin to give China a 3-2 win.
“It was the one and only match we played in our debut in the Thomas Cup Finals but the most memorable one. We may play more matches this time and we hope to deliver in every tie,” said Zakry.
As the second ranked doubles pair, their counterparts in the other teams are Cai Yun-Fu Haifeng (China), Alven Yulianto-Hendra Gunawan (Indonesia), Jung Jae-sung-Shin Baek-cheol (South Korea) and Lars Paaske-Jonas Rasmussen (Denmark).
“This time, the second doubles will be keenly contested. Every other country have a strong second doubles pair. We will try to defy the odds again,” said Zakry.
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Tuesday, January 26, 2010
7 to tackle Everest the hard way
"We will have to endure rough terrain and strong winds. There will be many obstacles but we are ready for it," said the National Adventure Association president, Datuk Khalid Yunus at the soft launch of Perdana de' Everest Mission at Hotel Istana here yesterday.
The event was launched by Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, wife of the prime minister.
Perdana de' Everest is the association's second attempt to conquer Mount Everest. Its first was the Merdeka de' Everest in 2007.
Khalid, at 66, will lead the expedition for the second time. He said the team was formed after the last expedition and they have been training for three years.
"We undergo intensive training at Institute Sukan Negara four times a week.
"We were also required to climb various mountains in Malaysia as part of our training.
"So far, we have climbed Gunung Nua, Gunung Kinabalu, Gunung Rajah and Trans Titiwangsa.
"To adjust to high altitudes, we climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania and in March, we will head to New Zealand for alpine training."
The estimated cost of the Everest expedition is RM2.5 million and the team is expected to make the climb in May.
"We will be in Tibet two months earlier to adjust ourselves to the weather and altitude. We hope to be able to climb in May as planned, but it all depends on the weather."
Khalid hopes to reach the peak this time around. He was not able to do so in 2007 as he suffered from a bout of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS).
"Every climber wants to reach the peak. They have no choice but to go down when they suffer from AMS. I am prepared for it this time," he said.Good Luck guy's
Monday, January 11, 2010
Semakin berkeceramuk bila diperhatikan.. kekecohan semakin panas namun nampak seakan pihak Media tidak berminat untuk membuat liputan .. takut kena Tomoi.kot.. tapi memang seakan dipulau oleh pihak media... sampai bila kemelut ini akan selesai.. yang menjadi mangsa atlet.. atau mungkin ada mereka yang lagi layak dan faham mengenai sukan untuk memimpin persatuan.