Jumaat, 25 Mei 2007

May 2007...

Ranking Dunia bagi May 2007, Italy masih Numero Uno selepas menang World Cup German 2006 :-

1 Italy
2 Brazil
3 Argentina
4 France
5 Germany
6 The Netherlands
7 Portugal
8 England

10 Czech Republic
11 Ukraine
12 Croatia

13 Cameroon
14 Scotland

15 Romania
16 Greece
17 Russia
18 Poland
19 Turkey
20 Mexico
150 Bahamas
151 Swaziland
152 Solomon Islands
153 Kyrgyzstan
154 Nicaragua
155 Sierra Leone
156 Myanmar
156 Malaysia - ni lah kedudukan negaraku tercinta... Sama level dengan Negara yang tak pernah korang dengar...

156 Grenada
159 Maldives
160 Vanuatu
161 Sri Lanka
161 Andorra
163 Turkmenistan
163 St Lucia
165 Laos

FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking...

Ini cara rangking Dunia dikira :

1. Ranking takkan lagi ambil kira 8 tahun terakhir, tapi hanya 4 tahun terakhir prestasi sitap pasukan.

2. Analisa & Pengujian : Keputusan, Kepentingan Perlawanan, Kekuatan Lawan, Kekuatan mengikut Benua & Jumlah Perlawanan.

3. Jumlah jaringan & Kelebihan Tuan rumah TIDAK LAGI diambilkira di dalam rangking.

Cara pengiraan ini digunakan selepas World Cup 2006, dengan nama FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking appears pada 12 July 2006.

Intro : Pahang FA...

Here is little information about my home team that i support since i was born...

Full name : Football Association of Pahang
Nickname(s) :Tok Gajah, The Elephants
Founded : 1959
Ground : Darulmakmur Stadium, Kuantan,
Capacity : 40,000
Chairman : DYTM Tg Abdul Rahman Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah
Manager : Zainal Abidin Hassan
League : Malaysian Super League

The Football Association of Pahang (Malay: Persatuan Bolasepak Pahang) enters a team in Malaysian Football competitions to represent the state of Pahang. The team is based in Kuantan. They play in the top division in Malaysian football, the Malaysian Super League. Their home stadium is Darulmakmur Stadium.

The Presidency of the association is held by YAM Tengku Muda Pahang Tengku Abdul Rahman Ibni Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah, who replaced his brother KDYTM Tengku Abdullah Ibni Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah for 2007-2010 session.

Former national players Zainal Abidin Hassan and Haji Ahmad Yusof are currently the team's key personnel. Zainal, who was previously coached Pahang from 2004 until 2005/06 is now the manager. The Kuantan-born star Zulhamizan Zakaria is currently employed as the team's assistant coach, and Muazzar Mohamad is the goalkeeping coach.All 4 of these individuals previously played for the Malaysian national team, and were also members of Pahang's 1992 Malaysia Cup winning team.

Great former local players :
Zainal Abidin Hassan (1992)

Dolah Saleh (1992)
Jamal Nasir (1983)

Great former Import Players :
Tarik El Janaby (2006/07)
Bernard Tchoutang (2004/2005-2005/06)
Teafore Bennett (2005/06)
Mamadou Diallo (2004)
Matthew Bingley (2004)
Ante Milicic (2004)
Simon Colosimo (2004)
Zsolt Bucs (1997)
Igor Shykrin (1995)
Gus Cerro (1995)
Attapol Buspakom (1994)
Vitoon Kitmongkolsuk (1994)
Alan Davidson (1992-1995)
Fandi Ahmad (1991-1992)
Piyapong Piew-on (1983)


Malaysia Cup
Champions (2 times) - 1983, 1992
Runners-up (4 times) - 1984, 1994, 1995, 1997

Malaysian Super League
Champions (1 times) - 2004

FA Cup
Champions (1 times) - 2005/06

Runners-up (1 times) - 1995

Malaysia Charity Shield (Sultan Ahmad Shah Cup)
usually played between FA Cup winners and Malaysia Cup winners
Champions (1 times) - 1993
Runners-Up (2 times) - 1984, 2006/07

Khamis, 17 Mei 2007

Football Association of Malaysia...

Malaysia Soccer Team never really get back to time of their prime period ('60s,'70s,'80s)... Right now, Malaysia rank 156 of the world ranking... what a shame...

here is a little bit of history of Football Association of Malaysia ;

Early 1920's
in 1926, the first foundation stone for the Football Association of Malaya (FAM) was laid before it was officially founded as a national body in 1933.

First Malaysia Prime Minister - FAM President
In 1951, Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj - the first Prime Minister of Malaysia - became the President.

The New Era of Modernization and Professionalism
His Royal Highness the Sultan of Pahang, Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah was integral in the growth of football in the new era with the introduction of the semi-pro league in 1989 before the game went fully professional several years later.
Among the high points in Malaysian football under His Royal Highness was the successful hosting of the World Youth Cup in 1997 as well as the organization of the Premier League, which is to be called the Super League in 2004.


Diego Armando Maradona (born Oct 30, 1960) is an Argentina former football player. He played in 4 Different World Cups and received the FIFA award for best footballer of the 20th century, after being voted in an international fan poll organized by FIFA in 2000 to choose the best football player of all time.

Maradona had a compact physique and could withstand physical pressure well. His strong legs and low center of gravity gave him an advantage in short sprints.

One of Maradona's trademark moves was Dribbing full-speed as a left wing, and on reaching the opponent's goal line, delivering lethally accurate passes to his teammates. Another trademark was the Rabona, a reverse-cross pass shot behind the leg that holds all the weight. He was also a dangerous Free Kick taker.

For me, Maradona is the king of Fotballer... Compare to Pele, i think Maradona is ahead of Pele in every part of fthe game (please don't compare personal life)...

Career statistics
His overall average of goals scored per match in domestic club competitions is 0.53.
34 goals in 91 app for Argentina (1977-1994)
21 matches for Argentina in 4 World Cups (1982, 1986, 1990, 1994)
World Cup record : 16 times as captain of the national team.
Tied for second-highest goal-scorer from Argentina in World Cup finals (surpassed by
Gabriel Batistuta in 1998)


Mokhtar Dahari was a legendary for Malaysian National Football Team. Was Born on 13 November 1953. He was one of the best players in Whole Asia in '70s.

The Fan called him "Supermokh" including the young generation fan who tried to imitate his move. Along with goalkeeper R Arumugam, defenders Santokh Singh and Soh Chin Aun, midfielders Reduan Abadullah and Shukor Salleh and Mokhtar's partner upfront Isa Bakar, Mokhtar Dahari's Selangor and Malaysia was a force to be reckoned with in the '70s.

In international games, he helped Malaysia score a total of 125 goals in 167 caps. Malaysia vs Arsenal F.C. Malaysia won 2-0 and Mokhtar scored both goals. He scored a goal in a 1-1 draw against England B in 1978 by dribbling past half of the England B Team.

This Number 10 of Selangor also had a friendly game against another no.10, Diego Maradona's Boca Juniors in 1982.

Mokhtar died at the age of thirty nine of Muscular Dystrophy11 July 1991. For Malaysian, Supermokh is the finest Malaysia footballer that we ever have...

Below is a bio about SuperMokh :

Club Soccer:-
1970: Darul Afiah (Division Two)
1972: Selangor Economic Development Corporation (PKNS)
1984: Talasco Insurance
1986: Kwong Yik Bank

State Duty
Played for Selangor in the 1972 Burnley Cup (Sarawak)
Played for Selangor in the Malaysia Cup Series from 1972-1986
Selangor Asst coach from 1987-1988
National Duty:-
Merdeka Tournament: 1972-1984
Asian Games: 1974 (Teheran), 1978 (Bangkok)
Sea Games: 1975 (Bangkok), 1977 (Kuala Lumpur), 1979 (Jakarta)
Final appearence for Malaysia: Pre-olympics in Seoul in 1985