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Monday, August 9, 2010


The Sultan of Selangor Cup 2010 was officially launched yesterday the 9th of August 2010.
This year the match between Selangor and Singapore will be held at Stadium Shah Alam on 16th October at 9pm.
However the fan's favourites veterans game will kick off at 8.pm
You will be able to see old time favourites like Zainal Abidin Hassan, Soh Chin Aun, Santokh Singh, Dollah Salleh and more for Selangor and for Singapore; Fandi Ahmad, Malek Awab, Samad Alipitchay and other heroes from an era where football was king.

Ticket prices will be a low RM5 and details of where to buy them will be out soon.
Lucky draws will be done and a myriad of other activities like a mini concert and footy related events will also be held.

ASTRO ARENA has also kindly agreed to be the official broadcaster which means the match will be telecast live.
But there is no greater thrill then to be at the stadium so see you there !!

"The main committee under the chairmanship of Datuk Karim Munisar with HRH The Sultan of Selangor."

"The Selangor veterans with HRH and Datuk Karim."

"The main sponsors Benelac Sdn Bhd presenting the sponsorship cheque to HRH."

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Sunday, August 8, 2010


It took me about half an hour into the game to fully absorb that the EPL season is underway with the Community Shield.
Perhaps it was the hangover from the brilliant and enjoyable World Cup.
It was no great display by Man Utd as Chelsea had most of the play and Van der Sar was certainly the busier of the two goalkeepers but still a win over Chelsea will be accepted anytime, plus winning silverware at the START of the season is always nice.

Paul Scholes was easily the man of the match with Van der Sar coming a close second.

"It was good to see new boy Hernandez fitting in well despite his goal where he kicked the ball against his face and then it went in."

The first goal was a superb link-up with Rooney slotting the ball to Valencia who made no mistake and the third was vintage Berbatov.

Can Sir Alex expect more from veterans Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs this season? The duo still exert a mighty influence, and Scholes sprayed searching passes around with the nonchalance of a kid playing on Sunday in a kick-a-bout.

What about Van der Sar. He will turn 40 in a couple of months, but looked very sharp, focused and dominant here. Whenever Chelsea found a penetrating pass, and a shot on target, the Dutchman plucked it away brilliantly. He was only beaten by a rebound, and looked suitably irritated. This is a friendly, remember, and to have that kind of desire in your team underlines why Fergie will fancy his team's chances for title No19.

The EPL goes underway next weekend with 2 brilliant matches: Liverpool vs Arsenal and Man City Vs. Spurs.

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