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Monday, August 30, 2010

Blackburn Rovers 1-2 Arsenal

Arsenal had enough quality to edge out Blackburn Rovers 2-1 at Ewood Park in a lively encounter that sees the Gunners take a provisional lead at the top of the Premier League table.

The Gunners drew blood first with Theo Walcott finishing off an excellent move to put his side ahead in the first half. Rovers responded through Mame Biram Diouf but after the break, Andrei Arshavin pounced to secure maximum points. In a slight downer for the Gunners, Robin Van Persie had to be taken off injured.

Arsene Wenger shuffled the starting line-up that demolished Blackpool last weekend at the Emirates. Cesc Fabregas and Van Persie were finally deemed fit enough to start with Alex Song switching back to midfield in place of Jack Wilshere. Laurent Kocielny, after serving a one-match supsension, slotted back into defence.

Rovers made two changes from their league defeat at Birmingham last week. On-loan striker Biram Diouf came into the side after his midweek hat-trick against Norwich in the Carling Cup, and Vince Grella was preferred in midfield to Steven N'Zonzi.

All the top sides struggled to take anything away from Ewood Park last season but Rovers almost allowed Arsenal an easy goal with less than five minutes on the clock. Slack defending from a corner saw the ball worked out to Abou Diaby on the edge of the box and the Frenchman's shot was deflected and ricocheted off Paul Robinson to safety to let the home side off the hook.

But Rovers were showing typical commitment and intensity in the way they started the game and minutes later from a corner down the other end, Fabregas had to clear off the line a Ryan Nelsen headed effort.

Arsenal didn't look comfortable dealing with an aerial bombardment that was winding into full swing at this point and the pressure was kept up with Samba next leaping high to head the ball goalbound from a throw but Manuel Almunia was adept enough to push the ball away.

It was back and forth now in an interesting clash of styles and it was only a matter of time before someone's goalmouth was breached and that duly arrived in the 19th minute, with Arsenal going ahead after a great move.

The ball was played up to Arshavin and under pressure the Russian squeezed the ball out to Van Persie who looked up and delivered a slide-rule pass to release Theo Walcott into the box. With a great first touch, the youngster cut into goal and finished superbly into the far right corner to give the Gunners the lead.

Wenger's men were now passing the ball around brilliantly and worryingly for Allardyce, Walcott seemed to be working the lines dangerously. Another good passing move saw the ball spread out wide to the youngster and a terrific turn of pace by the England international left Gael Givet for dead and allowed him to cross low into the box but Samba did just enough to block the ball from danger.

Rovers continued to look dangerous with their direct style though and they found a way back into the game on the 26th minute.

A brilliant ball by Samba released El-Hadji Diouf down the left and the attacking midfielder shrugged off Laurent Koscielny to square to Mame Diouf who had the simple task of tapping in his low cross to draw his side level.

More bad news arrived for Arsenal minutes later when Van Persie had to be replaced injured by Marouane Chamakh.

But to their credit Arsenal continued to press and Walcott in particular seemed to be carrying his excellent form from last week into this game. The Englishman almost made another impact in the match when he was played into the box by Fabregas but he was cornered to the right of goal and could only force a corner that was eventually cleared.

Right at the end of the half the Rovers dangerman, Mame Diouf, was nearly played in by a long ball over the top but Clichy did enough to force the ball out for a throw and things ended all square.

The second half and the open nature of the game resumed, Morten Gamst Pedersen was allowed space in the middle to unleash a powerful drive that curled wide of the top right of goal.

Straight down the other end Rovers were caught napping and a lung-busting run from Bacary Sagna down the right ended in the Frenchman crossing dangerously into the box. Fabregas received the ball and took a shot but it was blocked, only for it to land at the feet of Arshavin to the right of goal who made no mistake and beat Robinson with a low accurate shot into the far corner. Arshavin had been quiet up until that point but that has so often been the trademark of the Russian and Arsenal were ahead again none-the-less.

The Gunners superior quality was really beginning to tell at this point with Fabregas doing what he does best and dictating the movement of the ball around the field and Arshavin waking up.

The two linked again when Fabregas slid-through the Russian who jinked past two players only to be stopped in front of goal by Nelsen.

Rovers tried to respond but their forays forward were becoming rarer. Pedersen nearly created something when he was allowed to cross from the left but the ball was just a little too high for Hadji-Diouf who was in the right place to profit.

With Rovers chasing the game, there was ample space for Walcott down the flank and Givet was given the thankless task of trying to halt the speed demon with open space between them. The full-back wasn't really up to the task though and another darting run saw Walcott breeze past and fire low and hard at goal but Robinson got down well to save.

The home crowd were now subdued but substitute David Dunn nearly changed all that when he muscled his way past the Arsenal centre-backs and fired a shot that Almunia was thankful was straight at him.

Rovers streaming forward was a dangerous game, and after Hadji-Diouf had been denied a shout for a penalty on the edge of the box, a good break from the Gunners saw Walcott square to sub Jake Wilshere in acres of space on the right but his shot was denied by Robinson at the death.

Friday, August 20, 2010

kisah awek bogel naik beca!!!....

Ada seorang awek berbogel menahan sebuah beca lantas menaiki beca tersebut.

Sepanjang perjalanan, si tukang beca langsung tidak mengalihkan pandangannya dari menatap gadis tersebut.

Merasakan dirinya diperhatikan oleh tukang beca tersebut, gadis itu berkata “kenapa, tak pernah tengok perempuan bogel ke?”

“Bukan begitu, cik adik. Pakcik cuma tertanya tanya, dari mana wang tambang beca ni adik nak keluarkan” jawab tukang beca tu.

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Windows 7 Shortcuts Master List ...

If you already tried Windows 7 and so far you like what you see and looking forward on using it for good, then this Windows 7 Shortcuts Master List can make you be a more effective Windows 7 user. Windows keyboard and mouse shortcuts can dramatically increase user productivity by speeding-up windows navigation, folder manipulation, application switching and etc. The following list are compilation of Windows 7 shortcuts which are categorize by two types, one is keyboard shortcuts and the second is shortcuts by mouse interaction.

1. Windows Navigation
Keyboard shortcuts:
Win+Home: Clear all but the active window.
Win+Space: All windows become transparent so you can see through to the desktop.
Win+Up arrow: Maximize the active window.
Shift+Win+Up arrow: Maximize the active window vertically.
Win+Down arrow: Minimize the window/Restore the window if it's maximized.
Win+Left/Right arrows: Dock the window to each side of the monitor.
Shift+Win+Left/Right arrows: Move the window to the monitor on the left or right.

Alternative shortcuts using mouse:
- Drag window to the top: Maximize
- Drag window left/right: Dock the window to fill half of the screen.
- Shake window back/forth: Minimize everything but the current window. (Aero Shake)
- Double-Click Top Window Border (edge): Maximize window vertically.

2. Taskbar Shortcuts
Keyboard Shortcuts:
Win+number (1-9): Starts the application pinned to the taskbar in that position, or switches to that program.
Shift+Win+number (1-9): Starts a new instance of the application pinned to the taskbar in that position.
Ctrl+Win+number (1-9): Cycles through open windows for the application pinned to the taskbar in that position.
Win+Alt+number (1-9): Opens the Jump List for the application pinned to the taskbar.

Windows 7 Shortcuts Master List

Win+T: Focus and scroll through items on the taskbar.
Win+B: Focuses the System Tray icons

Alternative shortcuts using mouse + modifier keys:
Shift+Click on a taskbar button: Open a program or quickly open another instance of a program.
Ctrl+Shift+Click on a taskbar button: Open a program as an administrator.
Shift+Right-click on a taskbar button: Show the window menu for the program (like XP does).
Shift+Right-click on a grouped taskbar button: Show the window menu for the group.
Ctrl+Click on a grouped taskbar button: Cycle through the windows of the group.

3. Other Useful Shortcuts
Ctrl+Shift+N: Creates a new folder in Windows Explorer.
Alt+Up: Goes up a folder level in Windows Explorer.
Alt+P: Toggles the preview pane in Windows Explorer.
Shift+Right-Click on a file: Adds Copy as Path, which copies the path of a file to the clipboard.
Shift+Right-Click on a file: Adds extra hidden items to the Send To menu.
Shift+Right-Click on a folder: Adds Command Prompt Here, which lets you easily open a command prompt in that folder.
Win+P: Adjust presentation settings for your display.
Win+(+/-): Zoom in/out.
Win+G: Cycle between the Windows Gadgets on your screen.

Monday, August 16, 2010

Liverpool 1 - 1 Arsenal

Liverpool 1-1 Arsenal
David Ngog celebrates his powerful strike

Updated: August 15, 2010, 7:22 AM GMT
Jose Reina's late howler enabled Arsenal to snatch a draw from a thrilling Premier League opener at 10-man Liverpool.

The Liverpool goalkeeper saw the ball rebound off him after Marouane Chamakh had hit the post in the final minute at Anfield to cancel out a David Ngog strike.

The goal was reward for a late spell of Arsenal pressure but it was unfortunate for Liverpool, who had survived most of the second half unscathed after the sending off of Joe Cole.

The big-name summer signing from Chelsea was dismissed on his league debut for a reckless challenge on Arsenal debutant Laurent Koscielny.

Koscielny himself also received a red card, but not until moments before the final whistle when he earned a second booking for handball.

The equaliser denied Liverpool what would have been only their fourth victory over the Gunners in their last 19 league meetings. It remains to be seen how much the new wave of optimism which has swept into the club since Roy Hodgson was appointed as manager has been punctured.

One of the reasons for the upbeat mood had been Cole's arrival but while the midfielder's first league start was one to forget, Hodgson did coax a solid showing from wantaway Javier Mascherano.

Fernando Torres was left in reserve, and later entered to a huge ovation after pledging his future to the club and recovering from a groin injury, but Arsenal missed two of their bigger stars more.

Cesc Fabregas and Robin van Persie were both said to be lacking match-fitness and while the former was absent altogether, the Dutchman made only a late appearance.

Thomas Vermaelen tested Jose Reina early on with a fierce free-kick but aside from that, the first half was almost devoid of action until exploding into life in the closing moments.

Dirk Kuyt created Liverpool's first opportunity when he turned in the box but Manuel Almunia easily gathered his cross. New signing Milan Jovanovic cut through the Arsenal midfield with a determined run but Kuyt's final ball again found Almunia.

Arsenal's Samir Nasri had another long-range free-kick blocked and Vermaelen put the rebound wide. Gael Clichy had Arsenal's first serious chance from open play when he broke clear down the left after 30 minutes and fired a shot narrowly over from outside the box.

Liverpool thought an opportunity was opening up soon after when Almunia failed to claim a corner but referee Martin Atkinson spotted a foul by Daniel Agger on Vermaelen.

The action on the field was tight with neither side giving much away but Arsenal were almost caught when Jovanovic raced onto a long ball. With Cole walking back from an offside position, the Arsenal defence let the ball bounce and the Serbia international darted into the box, only to blast wide.

The game suddenly came alive in the closing minute of the first half. First Glen Johnson had a shot tipped over by Almunia and Ngog then had a header cleared off the line from the resulting corner.

The complexion of the game then changed completely in injury time as Cole was sent off for his lunge at Koscielny. The defender returned to the dressing room on a stretcher at the interval but ran out to start the second period as normal.

He was greeted by boos from Liverpool fans but replays of the tackle suggested that, although the initial decision may have seemed harsh, the law had been applied correctly.

Liverpool seemed determined not to let their numerical disadvantage bother them and made a blistering start to the second half.

They claimed the lead within two minutes of the restart as Mascherano threaded a ball into the box for Ngog and the Frenchman fired home at the near post. It was his fourth goal of the season after three in Liverpool's first Europa League qualifying tie.

Not content with that, the Reds pushed forward again and Martin Skrtel headed wide from a dangerous Steven Gerrard free-kick. Ngog had an even better chance when he leapt to reach another Gerrard set-piece but could not direct his header on target.

Kuyt created another fine chance after skipping past Clichy on the right but no-one could turn in his ball across goal. Liverpool were reduced to nine men when Agger left the field for treatment after all three substitutes had been used.

Arsenal stepped up the tempo and Tomas Rosicky showed great control with a slaloming run into the area before seeing his shot brilliantly touched over by Reina.

The pressure eventually told in the last minute as Reina and Chamakh collided after Rosicky's cross. The ball spilled loose and hit the post, but in his rush to claw the ball back Reina could only help it over the line.

Gerrard almost snatched victory as the game went into five minutes of injury time but Almunia kept out his free-kick. The game ended on more controversy as Koscielny picked up a second booking for handball, though the decision seemed harsh.

# Hodgson: Cole left ''devastated''

Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson said Joe Cole was upset after he was sent off on his league debut for the Reds.

Hodgson said: ''He is devastated - his debut at Liverpool, fantastic atmosphere, so desperate to do well. He was not playing at the top of his game, but was trying hard to get to that level, when suddenly he gets sent off. He was saddened by it all and not least because it put us in a difficult situation.''

Arsene Wenger said: ''It was completely in the corner and I was on the bench, so I couldn't see it. But Joe Cole is usually a fair player, he is not one I would record is a guy who tries to hurt people. It is not his style. Maybe he was a bit rushing in his tackle.

''He kicked him - certainly accidentally - well because he [Koscielny] had a big knock on his shin. Fortunately his shinpad protected him well. We were scared it was broken because when he was moved off the pitch the physio told me it could be broken.''

Hodgson added on the Cole incident: ''Of course we now have the benefit of replays on the TV and those replays suggest to me he was a little bit unlucky. I don't think he dived to tackle the player, he dived in front of the ball to try to stop it being played down the line.

''The player got his legs caught up with him and maybe slightly twisted his knee. I was pleased to see there was no serious damage as he was able to play the second half.

''I thought it was a fantastic effort but points are hard to come by in this league, so when you get so close you can't avoid that feeling of disappointment. Maybe that second-half performance deserved all three and not just one, but if someone had said at half-time you'll defend well and get a 0-0 or 1-1 I would probably have accepted that.

''But to lose it so close to the end to a rather scrappy goal was tough on us. He [Reina] took it hard because he is a very serious professional who really believes in himself and the team. There were an enormous number of positives but the unfortunate negative was that he let in a goal which under normal circumstances he would have kept out.''

Javier Mascherano put in a superb display despite wanting to leave the club, and Hodgson said of the Argentine: ''It doesn't surprise me. I have had two weeks working with him and he is an outstanding player. He is a top-quality player, one of the best at his job in the world and he showed that once again today.

''Let's be frank, he is playing at Liverpool, which is a good club. How many clubs can he move to which will be better or even at the same level? We are not looking at clubs for Javier Mascherano that go into the tens - we are looking at clubs in the single figures.

''As yet we have not received any offers. The fact is we want to keep him here and we will keep him here unless an offer comes in that is correct, ie commensurate with his value and one we feel would be wrong for us to turn down because we have said if that offer comes in we will accept it. At the moment it is not there, not on the horizon.''

Wenger, whose side were without Cesc Fabregas due to sickness, felt his team deserved their point. He said: ''They took the fluency, intelligently, out of the game. We just kept going and threw more and more people forward and in the end got, I believe, a deserved equaliser.

''I couldn't see us losing a game like that without being deeply hurt. We had a lot of possession and I agree we lacked a bit of spark in the final third, in combinations, in speed but overall we have shown the right attitude.''