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Match Attax 09/10 Trading Cards

I am willing to trade the extra cards below:-

Arsenal

1. Alex Song

Aston Villa

1. Martin O’Neill (manager)

Birmingham

1. Barry Ferguson

Burnley

1. Wade Elliott (2)

2. Stephen Jordan

3. Graham Alexander

Blackburn

1. Benni McCarthy

2. Christopher Samba

Bolton

1. Fabrice Muamba

2. Chris Basham

3. Matt Taylor

Chelsea

1. Florent Malouda

Everton

1. Tony Hibbert (2)

2. Ayegbeni Yakubu

3. Jack Rodwell

4. Mikel Arteta

Fulham

1. Clint Dempsey (2)

2. Aaron Hughes

3. Damien Duff

Hull City

1. Andy Dawson

2. Dean Marney

3. Kamel Fathi Ghilas

Liverpool

1. Albert Riera

Manchester City

1. Mark Hughes (2)

2. Pablo Zabaleta

Portsmouth

1. John Utaka

2. Marc Wilson

3. Richard Hughes

Stoke City

1. Dean Whitehead

2. Matthew Etherington

3. Dave Kitson

4. James Beattie

Sunderland

1. Fraizer Campbell

2. Nyron Nosworthy

Tottenham Hotspur

1. Roman Pavlyuchenko

2. Tom Huddlestone

Wigan

1. Olivier Kapo (2)

2. Antonio Ameya

West Ham

1. Valon Behrami

2. Junior Stanislas

3. Matthew Upson

Wolverhampton Wanderers

1. Michael Kightly (i-card)

2. Karl Henry

3. Michael Mancienne

4. Sylvan Ebanks-Blake (i-card)

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January 2, 2010 at 3:30 pm 2 comments

Cycling World Championship

Azizul Hasni Awang has proved that size does not matter. Both Azizul and Rizal Tisin have proved they are worthy successors to Josiah Ng reign on the track. Now in keeping tradition with past successes, it is time to award datukships to Azizul, Rizal and John Beasley. Yes, Chris Hoy didn’t participate. So let’s remain humble and not assume the 2012 gold is ours for the taking. At least now, we don’t have to rely on Datuk Lee Chong Wei and Datuk Misbun Sidek alone. Cheers Azizul and Rizal.

April 1, 2009 at 12:37 pm Leave a comment

Lance Armstrong Comeback

So far, Lance’s confirmed races are as follow:

1. Tour Down Under – January

2. Tour of California – February

3. Giro D’Italia – May

4. Tour de France – July

October 14, 2008 at 9:15 am Leave a comment

Lance Armstrong is reunited with Johan Bruyneel

As expected, Lance is reunited with Johan Bruyneel at Team Astana. He is so keen to make a comeback that he is willing to ride for free with Team Astana. Will Alberto Contador leave Team Astana as a result? Surely Lance would be the new leader for Team Astana. Well Astana still has to get invited for 2009 Le Tour de France before Lance could try to win his 8th title. Next year should be an exciting year for cycling indeed, at least publicity wise.

October 2, 2008 at 2:21 pm Leave a comment

Lance Armstrong is back

It started out as a rumour. Lance Armstrong has confirmed he is doing a Michael Jordan and Brett Favre. Yes, he is making a comeback and plan to race in Le Tour de France 2009. Not too sure if this is a right move. Not too sure how his comeback can create more awareness for cancer. Will Le Tour organizers allow Lance to race? Yes, there are more questions than answers at the moment. This posting will be updated as more news come my way.

September 18, 2008 at 3:22 pm Leave a comment

Lee Chong Wei Beijing Olympics 2008 Badminton Final

Do we even dare to dream? Or would we end up disappointed as usual? Does he have enough courage to beat Lin Dan? Can Lin Dan afford to lose in front of his home crowd? Yes, there are a few unanswered questions at the moment. Hopefully Lin Dan would crack under pressure. There should be some added pressure since his girlfriend has lost to Zhang Ning.

All the best to Lee Chong Wei. Hopefully, he can achieve the status of immortality and pocket the RM 1 million reward at the same time. If he wins this gold medal, his triumph would be ranked along the same heights as the 1992 Thomas Cup victory.

August 16, 2008 at 8:08 am 1 comment

NBA Finals 2008 Boston Celtics vs LA Lakers Game 3

I didn’t follow Game 2. So I won’t comment much about it except for two things. Leon Powe had a great game and the Celtics nearly lost Game 2 after leading by 24 points in the 4th quarter. The Celtics do not deserve to win the series if they had lost Game 2.

It was Sasha Vujacic’s turn in Game 3. He helped the Lakers to take the lead in the 4th quarter and won the game by 6 points. Yes, Kobe played better by scoring 36 points, much better than the 24 and 30 points he had in the first two games. I believe the Lakers were more desperate to win Game 3 than the Celtics. As much as I would like to see the Celtics sweep the series by 4-0, I suspect a 4-0 scoreline is not healthy for the NBA. Then all the hype about the rivalry would come to naught.

Ray Allen came and played but Paul Pierce was nowhere to be seen. Kevin Garnett had a slow start as well and only came alive in the final minutes of the game. The 87-81 score is the lowest by far in this final series. Could be due to the jet lag.

I share Ray Allen’s confidence in the team. I hope the Celtics can win one game before we head back to Boston.

p/s: Congratulations to Rafael Nadal for winning his 4th French Open Tennis title.

June 11, 2008 at 3:38 pm Leave a comment

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