Archive for February 2008
Liverpool’s win over Boro last weekend saw them climbed up to 4th spot again. Torres single handedly gave the win as he netted a hat trick against a woeful Boro defense. Now if neutrals watched the game last Saturday, they would’ve thought that Boro gave the win to the Reds after 2 silly mistakes initially by a weak header from Julio Arca and then on the second half, after a confusion between Wheater and Schwarzer. Its true that Torres has the quality and awareness as a potent striker but if you look at the game…Liverpool still looked a bit blunt especially in open play. If it we’rent for those mistakes, I think Liverpool would’ve gone for a draw…Lucky is the word!
Next up will be Bolton at the Reebok stadium. Now we all know how physical Bolton can be when playing at home. Lets just hope that Liverpool toughen up for this match as well. We’re at a crucial stage now that we cant let any slip ups to happen again. We’re suppose to be gunning for glory on the top spot, but instead we’re fighting for fourth??!!!…something is terribly wrong here…
But as a strong Liverpool supporter…i will take a win no matter how we achieve it or how scrappy the goals are…as long as we get the 3 points…now its the matter of survival…
You know, this is very interesting. We all have watched movies, series, documentaries and even cartoons about UFOs and UFOs sightings. I have heard stories told by my friends about sightings of UFOS in Brunei…but non were publicized. Things about Area 51, alien abductions and strange marks on the fields all connected to UFOs visiting our big blue marble. But how true are these things? It is indeed a very subjective matter. I think UFOs only exist in the mind of the people who choose to believe in their existence.
Funny I mentioned that, a story goes way back when i was still studying at Uni when a couple of my friends went fishing around midnight. A friend of mine made a comment that UFOs can only be sighted in USA since we always see them on American based TV series and documentaries. Of course, they all joked about it and started laughing (and agreed) that this is true when suddenly, colourful lights started to appear from out of nowhere in the sky without any sound making left to right movements and disappeared after a couple of seconds. It became a famous story at my Uni but people generally still dont believe their existence. I remembered everybody at Uni thought they were just telling a bogus story. As much as i want to believe in their story, i am still skeptical about it as well. I mean the closest i’ve seen was shooting stars and that was it.
A UFO sighted in Geelong, Australia
(image courtesy of ufology.wikidot.com)
Now you look at the picture and tell me whether thats true or not? I’m sure skeptics would think, “naaaaahhhh…its been photoshoped”. I mean it looks real and all but deep down inside, you would think is this real or not? I mean with the wonders of technology and all…anything can happen nowadays. Some said that its just a conspiracy that some agency is trying out new state of the art flying devices…the abductions, well the missing people before were just guinea pigs for some test conducted by these agencies. A lot of explanations can be conjured up as to why these flying saucers exist…the pros will always believe that alien life forms are out there studying us (and probably) trying to take over our world while the skeptics think that it is just a hoax…UFOs are not real, people just made it up…nevertheless UFOs have become sensations till now.
Have you heard any UFO experiences / sightings in Cuba? Trinidad and Tobago? Kenya? Sudan? Timor Leste? Christmas Island? I doubt you have. These UFOs / aliens are only interested in the developed countries… Rich countries, happening countries…its true!…They only visit famous countries…
I would definitely like to see and meet these aliens and ask them personal questions thats for sure. But until i see them with my own eyes…UFOs are just stories… and it will remain like that…
Liverpool left in late yet again last night to beat Internazionale at Anfield to claim the advantage over the 2nd leg. Inter was playing with ten men for much of the game when Marco Meterrazi was sent off for 2 bookable offences both on Liverpool striker Torres. Although playing with 10 ten, Inter played like they had 11 on the field when they managed to get their bodies to block off shots from all different angles. Ibrahimovic remained anonymous for much of the game as he remained isolated up front. Patrick Viera was also introduced in the second half to replace Ibrahimovic’s stike partner Julio Cruz and it was Viera’s mistake that nearly broke the deadlock after his clearance rebounded off Mascherano and straight to the path of Torres whose shot finger tip saved by the goalie.
Gerrard swarmed by his team mates after scoring the 2nd Liverpool goal
(pic courtesy of skysports.com)
Reina was untroubled for most of the game had nothing to save at all. To me, Man of the match could easily go to Javier Mascherano becuase of is covering infront of the back 4, this running in front of the front 2 and tireless run all over the park. Hats off to him 🙂 The 2nd leg will be equally daunting for both Liverpool and Inter Milan at the San Siro where the Reds will try and defend the 2 goal margin and Inter try to just qualify for the next round. All the best to Liverpool…You’ll Never Walk Alone!
Tonight is going to be a very big night for Liverpool FC as they will go head to head with the Italian outfit Inter Milan in the Champions League. Liverpool will try to bounce back after a shock defeat by Barnsley in the FA Cup last weekend. The only positive thing to look forward to is that Liverpool has no injury worries ahead of this clash, so that means Liverpool will go into this game with a strong line up (hopefully)
The game will be at Anfield where the Reds will have to conjure up a win before travelling to Italy for the second leg match in 2 weeks time. This will be the first time both teams will meet in the history of the Champions League and certainly Inter will not take things for granted even though the Reds were defeated last weekend. Anfield will be in a totally different mood tonight as usual. I can imagine a capacity crowd with a totally awesome environment.
Torres will be back for this clash as well as the captain Steven Gerrard. The only players out are Daniel Agger and Andriy Voronin.
Benitez giving pep talk to the Liverpool Squad
(image courtesy of Liverpoolfc.tv)
Posted February 12, 2008on:
I was watching E! Channel last night and came up the 10 sexiest and richest models in the world. One caught my eyes…yes you guessed it, its Adriana Lima….man shes hot! The 26 years old model is Brazilian and is 5’10″…very famous for her work with Victoria Secret and she’s one of the angels for that brand….well she can be my angel anytime…hahahaha hot hot hot! Bedroom eyes…here i come…
I know u want me…look into my eyes and tell me you want me…hahahaha