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Monday, December 17, 2012

Sorry just isn't enough for plagrism @msoccernews

What probably also need to be done is removing the particular contents, and maybe an apology on the blog and Facebook as well.


and here's the original pics. 




and here's the link to the original posting by Sports247.my http://www.sports247.my/2012/12/not-really-a-field-day-for-malaysia/ (check gallery below story)\

Yes, they had the freaking cheek to watermark my pics!

as of now (1.30pm, Dec 17, 2012) Msoccernews has yet to remove their plagiarised contents. click here

Here's what they have done, 2 days later, since first ignoring all tweets. Not just by me but some others. Thanks for support everyone.



There are some blogs which run excellently - sourcing for information on their own or crediting their source. Here's a few Foul!, Malaysian Hockey, Malaysian Sports -Today's back pages, Maybe the folks at Msoccernews could learn a thing or two instead of being the bad apple in the blogging industry.

Kepada yang kat Msoccernews, sorry sahaja tidak cukup. Tolong remove segala content yang telah dicuri dari website and minta maaf dalam Blog dan Facebook. Bukan sahaja kepada saya ataupun Sports247.my, tetapi kepada semua yang you orang hijjack!

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Pathetic treatment for Harimau Malaya in Bangkok

That pretty much sums up Malaysia's first outdoor training session in Bangkok.


Do I need to say more besides "This field is f**king pathetic!"?

It was not really a field day for Malaysia. (click on the link to read more and see more pictures of the deplorable state of the so called 'Stadium' allotted to Malaysia to training)

Simply put, it is high time Malaysia play similar tactics to foreign teams such as Thailand and Indonesia (where is just wasn't safe to do anything).

But no, Malaysia will not resort to similar acts. We are gracious hosts and providing the best for visitors/foreigners/immigrants/etc has always been one of our values. Let's continue that despite getting shit from our neighbours.

Saturday, December 08, 2012

M-League matches to be played in the evening


We hear of the need to bring back the fans all the time - FA of Malaysia (FAM), States, Clubs and even the media have all spoke of the need to get the fans to pack stadiums again like in the glory days of Malaysian football.

Often, the national body and States/clubs have been blamed for the lack of fans as it lacks the professionalism, quality and what not.

But now, local authorities will have to take the blame too.

To get the fans, the matches must also be played at a convenient time for folks to come in numbers. However, due to lighting requirement set by FAM, only five stadiums will be able to host night matches.

The rest fail to meet the minimum 1000 Lux requirement on all nine floodlights.

There is nothing teams can do as they have no jurisdiction over the stadiums

Read Sports247.my's Left in the dark for more on this.

Saturday, December 01, 2012

Jom kita ke Stadium Bukit Jalil!

Forget the English Premier League, La Liga or Serie A for a night.

Bukit Jalil Stadium is the place to be. Why? We need to get behind our national team as they face a crucial AFF Suzuki Cup Group B tie against arch rivals Indonesia.

Never really believed Paul.

It is an interesting scenario in the group. All four teams can still make it to the semifinals. Read Battle for Survival for the possible scenarios at the end of the day.

It is going to be a heated game for sure - not just on the pitch but in the stands as Ultras Malaya will the 12th man.

It's humorous how Indonesia have found their tricks once again - the maggot found in their food at the hotel and claiming the need of protection as seen here.

Sudah lupa Sea Games 2011 final and the previous AFF Suzuki Cup second-leg final ka?

Rest assured, Indonesia, your are fans are safer at the Bukit Jalil Stadium than the Gelora Bung Karno.