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Post by koirazie2 on Sun Jun 26, 2011 7:16 am

ultras malaya mmg sempoi...

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Post by pisang on Sun Jun 26, 2011 10:44 pm

http://www.fifa.com/mensolympic/news/newsid=1459861/index.htmlThe line-up for Asia's third round of Men’s Olympic Football Tournament preliminaries was completed on Thursday, with a total of 12 teams advancing to the continental qualifying finals for London 2012.

A final draw on 7 July will place these sides into three groups, which will be contested between 21 September 2011 and 14 March 2012, with the section winners guaranteed an Olympic place. The three second-placed teams will then clash at a centralised venue from 25 to 29 March, with one going on to meet an African representative a playoff for a berth at London 2012.

The majority of the favourites proved their credentials, with ten of the 13 seeded sides prevailing in their respective match-ups to make it through. But there were surprises, most notably Oman, who came from nowhere to eliminate China PR 4-1 on aggregate, while unfancied Malaysia stunned Lebanon 2-1.

Aurelio Vidmar's Australia enjoyed arguably the most comfortable victory, firing seven unanswered goals past Yemen over two legs to seal their place in the last 12. "It wasn’t an easy game but we took our chances well," Vidmar said, paying tribute to his players. "We could very easily have scored a couple of more but I’m very pleased that we have got to the next stage."

Also making light work of their opponents were Saudi Arabia, who cruised to a 6-1 aggregate win over Vietnam, and Syria, who recorded an unlikely 4-0 second-leg victory to round off a 6-2 triumph over Turkmenistan. Uzbekistan proved too strong for Hong Kong, advancing as 3-0 winners, while a 3-1 first-leg home win saw Korea Republic through against Jordan despite being held to a 1-1 draw in the return match.

It wasn’t an easy game but we took our chances well. We could very easily have scored a couple of more but I’m very pleased that we have got to the next stage.Australia coach Aurelio Vidmar
Having beaten Kuwait 3-1 at home in the first leg, Japan looked likely to cruise through when Saki Oriki opened the scoring in the reture on 22 minutes. However, they were made to sweat after the interval, when Hamad Aman equalised to reduce the aggregate deficit before Yousef Nasser Al Salman put the game on edge with a penalty. The Kuwaiti hosts threw everything forward in the closing stages but the could not find the goal that would have forced the game into extra time.

Also close to causing a major upset were Palestine, who entered Thursday's second-leg at home with a solitary-goal advantage over Bahrain courtesy of Khaled Salem's second-half strike. Spurred on by their home crowd, Palestine took the lead on the stroke of half-time, again through the impressive Salem, only for Bahrain to stage a powerful second-half comeback, goals from midfielder Sayed Dhiya Saeed and defender Ali Khalil sending them through on away goals.

Elsewhere, trailing by a 1-0 home defeat to UAE four days ago, Korea DPR clawed themselves back into the contest when forward Pak Kwang Ryong broke the deadlock on 19 minutes. However, the hosts sealed a narrow aggregate win through Hamdan Al Kamali. Enjoying more success, however, were a resolute Malaysia, who battled to a spirited 2-1 home win over Lebanon. That result, coupled with the sides' goalless first-leg draw, saw Malaysia through at the expense of the West Asians.

Emerging starlets
A series of striking prodigies chose the Olympic qualifiers to explode on to the continental scene, with their goals helping their respective sides through. Topping the second round's scoring charts was Australia No9 Jason Hoffman, who struck a brace to steer his side to an 3-0 first-leg win before netting a hat-trick in their 4-0 victory in the return.

Amjad Radhi, meanwhile, struck in each half as Iraq secured a 2-0 second-leg win over Iran, a result which ensured their passage through despite losing 1-0 in the previous meeting. However, shining most brightly was Oman's Hussain Al Hadhri, who almost single-handedly inspired his side to victory over China. Having capitalised on a defensive error to score the only goal in the sides' first meeting, Al Hadri netted twice and set up another as Oman rounded off their campaign at home with a 3-1 second-leg win.

Second qualifying round results:
19 & 23 June

Qatar 4–2 India (3–1, 1–1)
Iraq 2–1 Iran (0–1, 2–0)
Bahrain 2–2 Palestine (0–1, 2–1 )
Australia 7–0 Yemen (3–0, 4–0)
Japan 4–3 Kuwait (3–1, 1–2)
Syria 6–2 Turkmenistan (2–2, 4–0)
Korea DPR 1–2 United Arab Emirates (0–1, 1–1)
Korea Republic 4–2 Jordan (3–1, 1–1)
Uzbekistan 3–0 Hong Kong (1–0, 2–0)
Saudi Arabia 6–1 Vietnam (2–0, 4–1)
China PR 1–4 Oman (0–1, 1–3 AET)
Lebanon 1–2 Malaysia (0–0,1–2)

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Re: SKUAD OLIMPIK

Post by pisang on Thu Jul 07, 2011 4:23 pm

Malaysia in Group C of Olympics football qualifiers

2011/07/07
By Devinder Singh
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MALAYSIA gained the best possible outcome in the Asian Olympic qualification third round draw in Kuala Lumpur yesterday as coach Ong Kim Swee's squad look forward to trips to the Middle East and Japan.
The lowest ranked team of the 12 third round qualifiers, Malaysia were drawn into Group C with favourites Japan, Bahrain and Syria.
Kim Swee will fancy Malaysia's chances in picking up points against Bahrain and Syria though a daunting opening match awaits the national Olympic squad against Japan in Tokyo on Sept 21.
"It would not have made a difference to us whether we had been drawn into Group A, B or C. We have a job to do regardless and we want to be able to give all the teams a run for their money and try to score an upset or two.

"Japan are the Asian Games (Under-23) champions and it will be a heavy task to play them in our opening match away. But we will try our best and play with high spirits.
"If we can reproduce we showed against Lebanon (in the second round), we might be able to achieve something," said Kim Swee after the draw at AFC House.



Read more: Malaysia in Group C of Olympics football qualifiers http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/MalaysiainGroupCofOlympicsfootballqualifiers/Article/#ixzz1RQRHFrlz
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Re: SKUAD OLIMPIK

Post by koirazie2 on Thu Jul 07, 2011 4:30 pm

Malaysia diundi bersama Jepun, Bahrain dan Syria
07/07/2011 3:26pm

KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia diundi dalam Kumpulan C bersama Jepun, Bahrain dan Syria bagi pusingan ketiga Zon Asia kelayakan Olimpik London 2012.

Undian tersebut dibuat sebentar tadi di Ibu Pejabat Persekutuan Bola Sepak Asia (AFC) di Bukit Jalil. - Utusan
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Re: SKUAD OLIMPIK

Post by pisang on Thu Jul 07, 2011 4:34 pm

strategi - kena menang atas bahrain dan syria. dengan jepun kena cuba seri dan cuba-cuba curi kemenangan di saat-saat akhir permainan.
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Re: SKUAD OLIMPIK

Post by edmundo on Fri Jul 08, 2011 11:04 am

Nanti skuad ni nk buat frendly dgn korea selatan...
Tp sblm tu diorg akn ke slovakia.
Ok la negara tu utk timba pnglmn..Smile
All the best ong kim swee!
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Re: SKUAD OLIMPIK

Post by jofizo on Fri Jul 08, 2011 12:07 pm

dari 18 mata maksimum, dpt separuh pun dah cukup baik dah.......

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Re: SKUAD OLIMPIK

Post by MMW on Fri Jul 08, 2011 1:33 pm

Boleh pergi jauh Malaysia. Sebab pada peringkat umur olimpik, tak banyak beza dari segi skill nya.
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Re: SKUAD OLIMPIK

Post by anya8797 on Sat Jul 09, 2011 10:29 am

edmundo wrote:Nanti skuad ni nk buat frendly dgn korea selatan...
Tp sblm tu diorg akn ke slovakia.
Ok la negara tu utk timba pnglmn..Smile
All the best ong kim swee!

derang pernah main kat liga sana kan...
slovakia i mean.... and in turn is somewhat trained in european style of playing....

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Post by kapokbesi on Thu Sep 29, 2011 5:53 pm

haritu skuad olimpik tewas 2-0.. ade yg komen, yg maen tu bukn skuad olimpik tp khairul fahmi sorg..hmm.. jauh beza skill n teknik asas Malaysia n Jepun.. Skuad manita dorg dah dapt world cup..hebt Jepun.. R & D sukan maju n laju..
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Post by Steven 12 on Tue Jul 03, 2012 9:44 pm

Defending London 2012: capital's missile sites confirmed
3 July 2012


The UK Government has confirmed that ground-based air defence systems will be placed at six locations surrounding London during the Olympic Games, as the final measures to prepare the city for the 30th Olympiad are announced.
Rapier and high-velocity missile systems will be in place from mid-July, approximately two weeks prior to the Games' opening ceremony on 27th July 2012. UK Defence Secretary Philip Hammond labelled the air defence systems as: "One part of a comprehensive, multilayered air security plan."
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