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Thursday, December 30, 2010

Coretan kenangan ketika di Bukit Jalil : : Final AFF Suzuki Cup : Malaysia vs Indonesia


Sedikit coretan dari Mercik Futsal Team~~!!

Perjalanan kami bermula pada hari Sabtu 25 Dec 2010.  Kami menaiki bas Transnasional yang bertolak dari Terminal Penang Sentral tepat pukul 11.59 malam... Perjalanan ke ibukota mengambil masa hanya 4 jam (laju betoi). Kami tiba di ibukota pada pukul 4.15 pagi... Kami turun di perhentian  Jalan Duta dan rehat seketika disitu...
Seketika kemudian, kami berempat mengambil teksi ke KL Sentral... Kami menunaikan fardhu subuh disana (seronok2 jgk..., yang wajib xley tggal). Kami bersarapan dan membersihkan diri di situ.

Dalam pukul 8.., kami ingin mengambil angin Kuala Lumpur.. Kami mengambil keputusan ingin berjalan - jalan di Bukit Bintang. Kami menaiki KL Monorail utk ke BB. Setibanya di Bukit Bintang..., kami menghubungi dengan ayah saudara Kiran Power yang telah membantu kami membeli tiket game... Kami berjanji utk bertemu di hadapan pintu utama Low Yat. Setelah tiket yang diidamkan berada di tangan kami.., kami berasa begitu teruja...
Begitulah reaksi kami ketika mendapat tiket.
Gambar atas, dari kiri Amirul Faiz FuadHaidhar Dz & Mohd Zahir Mahazir
Gambar bawah, dari kiri Amirul Faiz FuadHaidhar Dz & Kiran Power.

Setelah itu..., kami kembali meninjau sekitar Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur. Kiran Power ingin pergi ke Konsert Rock The World 10 di Bukit Jalil.. Jadi kami berpisah di situ dan Kiran terlebih dahulu pergi ke Bukit Jalil.




Sementara itu., kami menuju ke Pavilion untuk window shopping...


Ketika di Pavilion KL, kami bertemu dgn Nursyahmi Fakhrullah, Fatin Asmaa Ismadee & kakak nyer Liyana Ismadee.. Mereka bersama2 kami di Pavilion dan kami makan tengah hari bersama2.....

Selepas makan, kami pergi pula ke Berjaya Times Square.. Disitu kami hanya berjalan2 sekeliling..... Setelah jam menunjukkan pukul 4 pm. Kami bergegas ke Stesen Hang Tuah untuk menuju ke Bukit Jalil . Kami berpisah dgn Fatin Asmaa Ismadee & kakak nyer Liyana Ismadee. Nursyahmi Fakhrullah pula menyertai kami ke Bukit Jalil.


Ketika di dalam train..., kami merupakan kaum minoriti kerana ia dipenuhi dgn wrga Indon... Suasana di dalam traim amat kecoh dgn sorakan dari pihak lawan... Kami mengharapkan agar cepat sampai ke destinasi. Setibanya di Bukit Jalil..., kawasan tersebut dgn lautan manusia berwarna kuning hitam...

Dengan tiba - tiba..., semangat kami berkobar- kobar... Serta merta kami menyalin jersey Malaysia. Kami begitu teruja dan semangat Harimau wujud dalam jiwa kami...


 




penyokong Indonesia berehat sementara menunggu pintu stadium dibuka...

abang ney semangat betul.....
kuat sorakannyer....
Dalam situasi kecoh itu..., kami sempat bergambar kenangan dengan penyokong Indonesia yang sporting...




Ini gambar semasa kami dalam stadium nasional sebelum dan semasa perlawanan..... jom kte usha2...


 Kami merakam tanda kenangan...

 Stadium Nasional Bukit Jalil dibanjiri lautan hitam kuning...

 Sebelum perlawanan berlangsung....

adik ney pon semangat tgok game....comel gitu....

detik - detik cemas semasa perlawanan...

 Jalur Gemilang gergasi....



 Stadium penuh....

terlalu teruja dengan kemenangan Malaysia....

keputusan akhir~~!!

Malaysia menewaskan Indonesia dgn jaringan 3-0....
Hari ini.., berlangsung final kedua..., di Gelora Bung Karno....
Keputusan memihak kepada tuan rumah....
Namun Piala AFF Suzuki 2010 pulang ke Kuala Lumpur dgn agregat 4-2...

TAHNIAH MALAYSIA!!!
Player Mercik~~!!






 
turut serta..., pemandu pelancong...hahaha










Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Secrets of the Brazilian Soccer

Brazil is considered one the best countries in the World on soccer, and to achieve this high level the players start as kids in the world of FUTSAL(Court Soccer, Five Aside, Futbolito, Futbol Rapido, 5x5, Futebol de Salao, Futbol de Salon).

More than 110 countries play Futsal today and because Futsal is  played in a field with dimensions many times less than the regular Soccer give the players the possibility to develop skills of speedy, short dribbles,better control of the ball, make decisions in small spaces and short period of time.

In Brazil it is very usual kids starting to learn the games on early ages(3-4 years old) and play straight until 13-14 when they move to Soccer, but you see many players continue Futsal since it good market including foreign countries hiring Futsal Players to their leagues, such as Italy, Spain, Russia, England, Portugal, Germany, Netherlands, etc.

Almost 100% of the players of Brazilian Soccer Team were Futsal players when they were kids.

The totality of Brazilian team  in the 2006 World Soccer Cup  in Germany played  Futsal when they were young.
Here is the list....


  • Júlio César
  • Gilberto
  • Lucio
  • Juan
  • Cris
  • Emerson
  • Gilberto Silva
  • Kaká
  • Juninho Pernambucano
  • Zé Roberto
  • Ronaldinho Gaúcho
  • Ricardinho
  • Ronaldo, fenômeno
  • Robinho
  • Adriano
  • Fred
 

Monday, December 20, 2010

Futsal tips~~!!

Few mistakes in youth futsal for newly formed teams..., so...., we should avoid from doing this kind of mistakes... :-



  1. Short rosters. Teams have short roster to have more playing time. This is not the spirit of Futsal. In Futsal coaches should replace players often to get the most of their energy and coach them while they are out.
  2. Excessive kicking. Futsal is not a kicking sport. It is a moving and getting close to the goal.
  3. Bad transition from attack to defense and vice-versa. When your team has possession all players attack. Immediately when the ball is lost all players defend. If you have to tie your shoes ask the coach to sub you.
  4. Dead zone players. Players that don’t move get in a dead zone. If a coach perceives a player in a dead zone the coach should replace the player immediately and talk to him. Either the player is tired or don’t understand the game.
  5. Giving up. Do not look at the score board, a goal can be scored in 2 seconds in Futsal. If you think that your game is lost because you are loosing by 5 or 6 goals you are mistaken. 
  6. Not using the goalie as a 5th player when available. Use the goalie when you can. The goalie becomes the fifth player and gives an edge. If the opposing player goes after the goalie the goalie passes to the open player. If the goalie can’t pass he can kick to get rid of the ball after 4 seconds of possession. 
  7. Over committing on the last minute. When players see the clock on the last minute they get desperately on the attack. The odds are that they will get scored against. This tactics of over committing should be used only when the game or tournament is completely lost. 
  8. Marking. Futsal is dynamic and so is marking players.. A front player walking back slowly should be replaced immediately. 
  9. Goalie bouncing the ball to players. Goalie should roll the ball as close to the floor as possible because it is easier for the player receiving the ball to control. 
  10. Slow ball reposition. The fastest the ball is played after a game stop the better is for your team. 
  11. Distracted players. Players should have the eye on the ball as close to 100% of the time as possible. 
  12. Controlling the ball with the side of the feet. in Futsal the ball is controlled with the bottom of the feet. Players loosing focus. There is no time in Futsal for getting upset. Getting upset with a play or the referee may cost your team dearly. If you don’t have the focus the odds are that your team will suffer. 
  13. Players loosing focus. There is no time in Futsal for getting upset. Getting upset with a play or the referee may cost your team dearly. If you don’t have the focus the odds are that your team will suffer.
  14. Physical games. Futsal is skills; it is not a physical game. Instead of play physical players need to focus on the game. 
  15. Playing Futsal just to enhance skills. To benefit from Futsal you have to understand the spirit of the game. 
  16. Lack of movement. When attacking, players should be moving constantly. Rotation is highly desirable. When attacking, players need to be constantly looking for open space.  

: : other tips......

  • The kick start is a forward kick. Place the receiving player close enough so he can get the ball before the opponent.
  • Place the ball on the line and have your body outside of the field to restart a play after the ball goes out of the boundaries.
  • The goalie must use his hands for a goal clearance.
  • The opponent player should allow 5 yards in a kick in play.
  • When the goalie throws the ball it must hit his own court or a second player before it hits the opposing court.
  • There are no shoulder charges, slides or even play the ball when you are down allowed in Futsal.

so.., there are some tips that we could share together
~sharing is caring~


 

Friday, December 17, 2010

Perubahan Peraturan dan Pengadilan dalam Futsal / Significant changes to the Laws of Futsal

p/s : : aku harap informasi ney dpt kita kongsi sama..,



chill~~

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Fut5al World Ranking

jom kte try usha ranking Futsal dunia....
Malaysia 'Tanah Tumpah Darahku' no 58 tue......
agak ley tahan....xde lar corot sangat....
England pon no87...

chaiyok Malaysia.., buktikan pada dunia....

try click cnie....
http://www.futsalworldranking.be/rank.htm

Monday, December 13, 2010

Manchester United vs Arsenal : Match Preview







Manchester United vs Arsenal
Premier League, Monday 13 December, Old Trafford, Manchester


This game needs very little hype.  The recent history of meetings between the two says it all – Keane vs Vieira, that penalty from Van Nistelrooy and 'Pizzagate' are just some of the reasons why this fixture is bound to be a highly-charged affair.  Throw into the mix that the two sides are separated by a single point at the top of the Premier League and it is clear that the stakes are pretty high.
Manchester United will go into the match as favourites.  Sir Alex Ferguson's side are the only unbeaten team in the league in the country and they have won five of their last six games at Old Trafford.  A victory for the Gunners may be quite an ask, but Arsene Wenger's side seem to be better on their travels than they are at home, having won four of their last six games on the road. Both sides will be eager to get a positive result with packed schedules ahead of them over the festive period.
Manchester United have rarely hit the heights of their most destructive form this season.  Yet, they are dogged and resilient and the 7-1 mauling of Blackburn Rovers last month showed what they can do if they get it right.  Meanwhile, Arsenal have very much blown hot and cold so far this season.  One week, their flowing football wins them plaudits as title favourites, the next they are said to be in 'disaster mode' following an inept performance such as their home games against Newcastle and West Brom.
The fixture is shaping up nicely with both sides increasing the tension.  United defender Patrice Evra branded Arsenal a 'crisis club' given their failure to win a trophy in the past five years while Samir Nasri responded by saying that it is no longer scary to play at Old Trafford. Something will have to give on Monday and no doubt both Ferguson and Wenger would be delighted to go into the Christmas period with a major scalp under their belt. 


Manchester United – Can Berbatov and Rooney cause havoc?
Sir Alex Ferguson will be an anxious man.  Although his side hammered Blackburn Rovers in the most impressive fashion two weeks ago, Manchester United have since then labored to a draw with Valencia and seen a young side outplayed by West Ham in the Carling Cup.  Ferguson will be eager to get things back on track against Arsenal.
All eyes will likely be on the front two of Dimitar Berbatov and Wayne Rooney .  The Bulgarian is the man of the moment, having hit five goals recently against Blackburn in the 7-1 romp.  It will be a sobering thought for Arsenal to wonder what might have been had Rooney been on top form too.  The England striker has still not found his scoring boots this season and will be anxious to hit the back of the net.  Someone might well be on the end of a Rooney flurry of goals soon and Arsenal will hope it is not them, especially as he has quite a habit of punishing the Gunners.
Although general perception is that Ferguson's team haven't yet been firing on all cylinders, they are unquestionably a very solid outfit.  They are the Premier League's only unbeaten side this season and much of that is down to the fact that they have been able to call on the partnership of Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic for a prolonged period. 
There had been a worry over Ferdinand's fitness, as he limped out of last week's Champions League game against Valencia with a hamstring strain, but the centre-back will be ready to face Arsenal in a back four also including Vidic, Patrice Evra and Rafael Da Silva.
In midfield, Paul Scholes looks like he will also be available for selection, having been a doubt with a groin injury. In form winger Nani looks like a certain starter for Ferguson, who will hope that the Portugese international can ask questions of Gael Clichy.  The other midfield spots will likely be comprised of three players from Ji-sung Park, Darren Fletcher, Michael Carrick, Ryan Giggs and Scholes.



Arsenal – Waiting on Cesc Fabregas
Arsene Wenger's side have recovered well from a period last month which threatened to throw their season off the rails.  Back to back defeats against Braga and Tottenham cast a doubt over both their Premier League and Champions League credentials.  Yet, the Gunners have bounced back with four wins on the spin, which have seen them qualify for the knock-out stages of the Champions League and top the Premier League.
Much of the recent upturn in form is down to the magic of Frenchman Samir Nasri .  Wenger will look to the in-form midfielder again for Arsenal's creative spark, particularly if Cesc Fabregas is unfit for the trip to Old Trafford.  Wenger will make a last-minute call on whether to risk the Spaniard's vulnerable hamstrings with Jack Wilshere on hand to fill in the deep-lying playmaker's role in Fabregas' absence.  There is little understating the importance of Fabregas to the Arsenal side and although Wenger may take a cautious approach ahead of a busy few weeks, he will be tempted to use his captain in a game of such importance.
A victory for Arsenal would be an enormous psychological boost for Wenger's side and would announce their arrival as clear title favourites.  However, their record against title rivals Manchester United and Chelsea has been awful in recent seasons. 
If they are to leave Old Trafford victorious, much will depend on the solidity of Arsenal's defence and goalkeeper.  Few are convinced that Lukasz Fabianski can survive a long run in the Gunners' goal without a major mishap.  Although Kieran Gibbs is out injured, Wenger can still rely on a good full-back partnership of Gael Clichy and Bacary Sagna.  Questions will be asked though of his current options at centre-back.  Sebastien  Squillaci looks like a certain starter with Johan Djourou making a case to partner him ahead of Laurent Koscielny.  Whoever Wenger does pick at the centre of defence, United will most likely single out them and Fabianski as weak links in the Arsenal side.
The Gunners though have plenty of exciting options going forward and Nasri will be joined by the likes of Andrey Arshavin and Theo Walcott .  Wenger will almost certainly start with Marouane Chamakh performing the lone striker role that he has impressed in so far this season.  However, with Robin van Persie returning to fitness, it will be interesting to see if Wenger makes room for the Dutchman just behind Chamakh. 



Players to Watch


Manchester United – Wayne Rooney
Age: 25
Position: Striker
Appearances this season: 10 matches, 2 goals

Would the real Wayne Rooney please stand up?  It remains a mystery quite what has happened to last season's Manchester United talisman.  Rooney was simply outstanding last term, scoring 32 goals.  Yet, since he injured an ankle against Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarter-final, he has hit the back of the net just twice.  Rooney endured a particularly miserable World Cup and injuries, revelations over his private life and controversy over his new contract will likely have taken their toll.
Rooney is visibly low on confidence.  But there is a feeling that once he scores a couple from open play, Rooney could just provide the spark that Manchester United need to make a real charge for silverware.
It seems unthinkable that Rooney's barren run will continue for too much longer.  Could he prove his quality again against Arsenal, the side against whom he announced his arrival as a teenager at Everton?
A combination of an in-form Rooney and a confident Dimitar Berbatov will have United fans drooling.








Arsenal – Samir Nasri
Age: 23
Position: Attacking midfielder
Appearances this season: 19 matches, 10 goals

The Frenchman is enjoying unquestionably his best season for Arsenal since joining from Marseille in 2008.  Nasri has been instrumental for the Gunners this term, particularly in the last few weeks, scoring a stunning brace to ensure victory against Fulham and following it up with a goal against Partizan Belgrade.
Nasri's vision and range of passing and movement has always been evident and has guaranteed that he can be a danger towards any defence.  He has sometimes be criticized for a lack of potency in front of goal, but this season he appears to have developed more of a clinical nature, resulting in ten league and European goals so far. 
If Cesc Fabregas does return to the Arsenal side on Monday, it will be interesting to see how Nasri copes with playing second fiddle again, having stepped up to the plate in the Spaniard's absence to become the Gunners' major attacking threat.  As for Nasri himself, he barely seems concerned and is understandably full of confidence.     
In the build-up to the game, he said, "It used to be a little bit scary going to play Manchester United at Old Trafford. I can’t say that’s the case anymore."
Sir Alex Ferguson will certainly hope that Nasri is made to eat his words.





jenis2 kasut futsal yang feymes....

de player Mercik pkai yang ney....


tapi bukan kaler ney..., lbey kurang ar....




sebijik twos......


2 jew lar..., yang laen2 ney......contoh2 kasut yang ley dijadikan awek tika tgh menggelecek.... 








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