Saturday, 9 June 2012


Ouch..! Actually, I'm not big fan of football. Seriously! Sometimes I wonder how people do really like football. What special about the round ball, kicking ball? Run over here and there just to chase the ball and then once it got, pass to other player. And for those who like soccer, someone please tell me what's so great about soccer. I mean, it's fast-paced and clearly requires a lot of skill to do, but whys it so entertaining to watch guys chase each other up and down a field. (Same principle applies to American football, basketball, and several other sports, by the way.) Let's us talk about football!

Sometimes, some people hate to watch football! But you know what? It is totally different if you play. I can understand why people who don't play soccer hate watching it. But when you have been physically playing the sport it is so different and much more exciting. Personally I don't watch much sports on TV, but soccer is good to watch once in a while but I would much rather be playing it. But if you fell bored, then don't bother watching it! 

Guys, believe it or not, some people says football or soccer is gay?? What?? And you know what?  It's really starting to piss me off. I think people who say that are just bad at soccer; soccer takes more skill than any other sport. I like volleyball, and football is okay, but soccer is orgasmic. According to my buddy, there a several reasons why they said so. First, they don't understand the sport. Second, they can't play football (soccer) well or at least to a standard that it's fun, they'll probably play to the standard of a Soccer Kid team just pass and dribble no skill no fancy shooting like English Premiere. Third, they don't understand a sport that doesn't just use brute strength; football (soccer) uses intelligence, speed, stamina, strength, skill, eye-foot coordination. Just tell them (if you live in the Europe) "well at least I don't play a sport that one country plays wins a competition and declares themselves world champions when no one else plays it" to be honest most Malaysians don't like soccer for one reason they don't dominate it they don't like seeing themselves the lesser side. So they pretend it gay and they don't care! What the heck huh? Haha!
Arrgghh..! Just forget about it! So guy, who will win EURO 2012? Simple question. I feel that if Germany play well this year and get the right result then they are favourites. Spain. No, not without Villa. Holland. Lack in defensive quality. I'm backing England but if not then Portugal! Haha! By the way, what is your favourite team this year, 2012? Spain? Netherlands? England? Denmark or Brazil? And me? Well, GERMANY yooo..! And..I think Germany will win. They have a very good squad- rated No.2 by UEFA. With Mesut Ozil , Bastian Schweinsteiger and Mario Gomez I think they have a great chance. Spain would be my choice for the runners-up. They won it last time and have always been one of the dominant forces in Europe. I would say they Netherlands and England would be the 2 teams to be knocked out in the semi-finals and Italy, France, Greece and Portugal get knocked out in the quarter-finals! Just a guest! Alright, that's it. My eyes are half shut, just talk about such thing next time, maybe..Haha!


The need for a single body to oversee the game became apparent at the beginning of the 20th century with the increasing popularity of international fixtures. FIFA was founded in Paris on 21 May 1904; the French name and acronym remain, even outside French-speaking countries. The founding members were the national associations of Belgium, Denmark, France, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain (represented by Madrid Football Club; the Spanish federation was not created until 1913), Sweden and Switzerland. Also, that same day, the declared its intention of affiliating through a telegram.
The first president of FIFA was Robert Guérin. Guérin was replaced in 1906 by Daniel Burley Woolfall from England, by then a member association. The first tournament FIFA staged, the football competition for the 1908 Olympics in London was more successful than its Olympic predecessors, despite the presence of professional footballers, contrary to the founding principles of FIFA.
Membership of FIFA expanded beyond Europe with the application of South Africa in 1908, Argentina and Chile in 1912, and Canada and the United States in 1913.
During World War I, with many players sent off to war and the possibility of travel for international fixtures severely limited, there were few international fixtures, and the organisation's survival was in doubt. Post-war, following the death of Woolfall, the organisation was run by Dutchman Carl Hirschmann. It was saved from extinction, but at the cost of the withdrawal of the Home Nations (of the United Kingdom), who cited an unwillingness to participate in international competitions with their recent World War enemies. The Home Nations later resumed their membership.
The FIFA collection is held by the National Football Museum in England. 

 Steward Rickyues Aboyz M,
 My Game Is Fair Play!