My New Sport EPL

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Ni la aku n roomate duk perhatikn every week kalu x keje.ari isnin smpai la jumaat dok baca news.mlm sabtu tu dah duk update transaction jual beli player....kalah Alex ferguson or Rafa tu.
ari sabtu lepas buka (waktu Qatar) masing2 dh duk depan pc masing....ade yg tgk live ade yg tgk gamecast je.yg penting tgk 1st 11 dulu tu kira point free la den tgk sape score...yg lain assist la,cleen sheet...etc.yellow card or red card apalagi minus point...pastu tgk aku n mmber aku angin, kalu gol lgila mcm manager apa2 pn mmg syok game ni utk ex player bola yg dh xle main bola mcm la aku hehehehehe...


Raya Di Perantauan.

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Dari Jauh Kupohon Maaf

Dalam dingin subuh hatiku terusik
Kenang nasib diri di rantauan
Bergema takbir raya menitis air mata
Terbayang suasana permai desa

Rindu hati ini inginku kembali
Pada ayah bonda dan saudara
Tetapi aku harus mencari rezeki
Membela nasib kita bersama

( korus )
Hanya ku sampaikan doa dan kiriman tulus ikhlas
Dari jauh kupohonkan ampun maaf
Jangan sedih pagi ini tak dapat kita bersama
Meraikan aidil fitri yang mulia

Restu ayah bonda kuharap selalu
Hingga aku pulang kepadamu

( ulang korus )

Restu ayah bonda kuharap selalu
Demi anakmu yang kini jauh
utk kawan2 yg mengenali diri ini, ku ucapkan SELAMAT HARI RAYA & MAAF ZAHIR BATIN. Di kala kita bersuka ria ingatla mereka yang tidak berkemampuan.
Berhati2 di jalan raya. Pandu cermat semoga sampai ke destinasi.
Dan utk kedua ibu bapa ku, anakanda menyusun sepuluh jari memohon ampun & maaf.



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Saturday 29 September 2007 15:00 , Barclays Premier League

Liverpool have returned to winning ways in the Premier League after a brilliant individual goal from Yossi Benayoun secured all three points at the JJB Stadium.

Benayoun came off the substitute's bench to sensational effect when he latched onto Jermaine Pennant's through ball and danced past his marker before sliding the ball past Chris Kirkland into the back of the net.

The goal was no more than the Reds deserved and came at a time when it looked as though Wigan's defensive rearguard was going to see Liverpool forced to settle for their third successive league draw.

Chances came and went throughout the match until the Israeli international nipped in to net his second goal in two games and ensure the Reds stay within striking distance of Arsenal at the top of the table.

With Fernando Torres restored to the forward line after being rested for last weekend's Premier League clash with Birmingham, the Reds always looked a threat going forward even though the first half failed to produce a goal.

The Spanish striker was at the centre of most of the Reds' best action in the early stages, with the Wigan defence often at full strength to prevent Torres finding too much space in front of goal.

Chris Kirkland was forced into a smart save midway through the half when he blocked Torres' low drive with his legs, and then looked on with relief as the ball bounced back off the Reds' forward and rolled just the wrong side of the post.

Torres also fired an acrobatic overhead kick just wide of the post as Liverpool threatened to take the lead “ but the home side saw the half out.

The deadlock was almost broken ten minutes after the break when Steven Gerrard kept the ball in on the byline and set up Dirk Kuyt for a goalbound shot which was brilliantly blocked by Josep Skoko.

Wigan threatened for the first time shortly after when Pepe Reina was beaten to a loose ball inside his area and Paul Scharner nipped in to clip a shot agonisingly wide for the home side.

With time starting to tick away the Reds introduced Benayoun to the action in place of the returning Fabio Aurelio and he wasted no time in stamping his mark on proceedings.

Only fifteen minutes remained on the clock when Pennant found his midfield colleague inside the box, and Benayoun showed all his class with a drop of the shoulder to create the space before a quality left footed finish sent the five thousand travelling supporters wild with delight.

Liverpool had chances to finish the game off with Torres and Gerrard going close, but after a couple of frustrating goalless draws Rafa Benitez will be delighted that one goal was enough to secure maximum points, even though the home side should have levelled in stoppage time when Aganhowa directed a header just wide from inside the six yard box.


Liverpool: Reina, Aurelio, Hyypia, Carragher, Arbeloa, Riise, Gerrard (captain), Mascherano, Pennant, Torres, Kuyt. Subs - Itandje, Voronin, Finnan, Sissoko, Benayoun

Wigan Athletic: Kirkland, Kilbane, Boyce, Bramble, Melchiot (captain), Koumas, Skoko, Brown, Scharner, Aghahowa, Bent. Subs - Hall, Olembe, Granqvist, Pollitt, Taylor

Referee: Mark Clattenburg

Conditions: Warm

Attendance: Unknown Man-of-the-Match: Yossi Benayoun


Apa Khabar Malaysia ?

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Tahun nih , aku beraya kat Arab... Padan muka aku kan ?... hahahah!!! hahhahah!! hahahahharun!!


My new gadget.O2 atom

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Immerse yourself in the supremacy of the Xda Atom, the world's smallest multimedia PDA-phone.

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ramadhan business time

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Ramadan Timings

Carrefour ( Villagio & City Center ) 9am – Midnight(Sat – Thurs) Friday :9am – 11:30am 12:30pm – midnight Bakery available
Mega Mart (Landmark & The Centre) 8:30am – 1am (Sat – Thurs) Friday 8am – 1130am 2:30pm – 12am Bakery available
Q- Mart (The Mall) 9am – 1am (Sat – Thurs) Friday 9am – 11:30am 12:30pm - 1am Bakery available
LuLu Hypermarket 9am – 1am (Sat – Thurs) Friday 9am – 11:30am 12:30pm – 1am Bakery available only by 4pm
Giant Stores ( Hyatt Plaza) 8am – 2pm 7pm – 1am Sat – Thurs Friday 9am – 11:30am 1pm – 1am Bakery available
Family Food Centre (Airport Rd., Al Rayyan ) Sat - Thurs: 8:30am – 4pm; 6:30pm – 1am Friday: 8am - 10:30am; 2:30pm - 4:30pm 6:30pm – 12am Bakery available only after Iftar

The following Hotels /Clubs will be serving BF & Lunch during Ramadan

Name Restaurant open during Ramadan
Ramada Hotel Hyde Park Coffee Shop : (BF & Lunch)
Ramada Plaza Bistro Bistro : (BF & Lunch) French Menu
Four Seasons Brasserie on the Beach: (BF & Lunch) Intl Buffet
Intercontinental Café Restaurant : Only BF
Za Moda : (Lunch) Italian Menu a' la carte' only
Marriott Corniche Restaurant : (BF & Lunch) Intl Buffet
Ritz Carlton The Lagoon : (BF & Lunch) Intl Buffet
Sheraton Al Shaheen Roof Top : (BF & Lunch) Intl Buffet
Movenpick Seasons Restaurant : (BF & Lunch) Intl Buffet
Grand Regency Grand Gourmet: (BF & Lunch) Intl Buffet & a' la carte'
Diplomatic Club Pool Side : (BF & Lunch) a'la carte Sandwiches & Salads only
Al Sharq Village Al Liwan : ( BF & Lunch ) Set Menu Only

Iftar Buffet offered at Hotels/Clubs

Hotels Restaurants Amount (QR) per head Approx. opening time
Ritz Carlton The Lagoon 165 +17% tax 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Sheraton Al Hubara 120 (net) 5:30pm – 8pm
Four Seasons Brasserie on the Beach 135 + + 5:30pm – 8pm
Intercontinental Café Restaurant 164 (net) 5:45pm – 8pm
Marriott Ramadan Tent @ Al Fayrouz Ballroom 135 + 17% tax 5pm– 7:30pm
Ramada Hyde Park Coffee Shop 105 + 17% tax 5pm – 7pm
Grand Regency Grand Gourmet 89 (net) 5pm – 7:30pm
Movenpick Seasons 90 + + 5pm – 7pm
Diplomatic Club Al Safeer Banquet Hall 140 + 17% tax 5pm – 7pm
Al Sharq Village Al Liwan 155 +17% tax 5:30pm – 8pm

Boutiques & other Shops inside the Shopping Malls
Shopping Malls Ramadan Timings (Sat – Thurs)

The City Center 10am – 1pm 8:00pm - 1am
The Landmark 10am – 1:30pm 7:30pm – 12am
Hyatt Plaza 10am – 2pm 7:30pm – 1am
Villagio 10am – 1pm 7:30pm – 1am
Royal Plaza 10am – 2pm 7:30pm – 12am
The Mall 10am – 1:30pm 8:00pm – 12am
The Center 10am – 1pm 7:30pm – 1am
The Centerpoint 10am – 1pm 7:00pm – 12am

NB: All the Boutiques & shops inside the Shopping Malls will be closed in the morning on Friday & will open only at 7pm till 1am .


new malaysia restaurant in qatar

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Gulf Times: Coming soon: Restaurant with authentic Malaysian food Published: Saturday, 22 September, 2007, 01:22 AM Doha Time

By Noimot Olayiwola
A RESTAURANT, selling authentic Malaysian food, will be opened in Qatar next month under the auspices of the Malaysian government, an official of the Malaysian embassy told Gulf Times yesterday.
First secretary at the Malaysian embassy Zahairi Baharim said the proposed restaurant is part of Malaysian government’s initiative aimed at boosting the country’s tourism and culture all over the world.
“The initiative is called the Malaysian Kitchen Programme (MKP), which was launched early this year and is aimed at establishing about 8,000 Malaysian restaurants across the globe,” he said.
He said QR2mn had been earmarked to finance the initiative, adding that the funds are made available as grants to operate the restaurant business.
“The initiative includes the supply of ingredients, training of chefs and other logistic support needed to run the restaurants,” Baharim said.
The MKP has already started restaurants in the UK, India, China and Japan,” he said.
The owner of the proposed restaurant in Qatar, Sunyta Ali said the outlet will be opened in October after Eid. The restaurant, called Seri Kebaya, will be located at Souq Wakif in downtown Doha.
Asked whether she would be adding Arab dishes to the menu, she said it might be added later. “Right now I am concentrating on Malaysian food because there is no place where it is served in Doha presently.
“The servings will be simple but with a Malaysian ambience,” she said.
Speaking about coping with the non-availability of Malaysian ingredients in Qatar, she said: “Because Malaysian cuisine has a mixture of Indian, Chinese and Malaysian spices and with a lot of Indian influence in the GCC as well, we can get all the essential ingredients here,” she said.
Asked about the prices, she said the rates will be “medium”. “I am not looking for five star dining at this moment. Basically, the restaurant is for everybody and considering the cost of living in Doha right now, it is not going to be very expensive,” she added.