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Sunday, August 24, 2008

"Double Treble"

Skuad KEDAH mencipta satu lembaran sejarah dalam arena bolasepak tempatan apabila mencipta "Double Treble". Ini bermakna Kedah telah berjaya merangkul enam piala dalam masa dua tahun. Kedah melengkapkan misi menyapu bersih kesemua kejohanan utama negara apabila menewaskan Selangor 3-2 dalam aksi Final Piala Malaysia sebentar tadi.

Biarpun ketinggalan hasil jaringan Frank Seator pada minit 18 namun Kedah bangkit dengan tiga gol menerusi Marlon Alex James, Nelson San Martin dan Fadly Baharom pada minit ke 31,32 dan 37. Selangor hanya mampu membalas satu gol lagi menerusi Safee Sali pada minit ke-77.

Disaksikan oleh kira-kira 60 000 penonton, ternyata penyokong Kedah lebih mendominasi dengan kehadiran seramai 40 000 orang berbanding penyokong Selangor yang dianggarkan 20 000 orang.

Musim 2007/2008 ternyata milik Kedah kerana tengahari hari perlawanan Kedah mendominasi Anugerah Bolasepak Kebangsaan 100 Plus. Berikut adalah keputusan Anugerah tersebut:-

Penjaga Gol Terbaik : Mohd Helmi Eliza Elias.
Pertahanan Terbaik : Victor Andrag.
Pemain Tengah Terbaik: Mohd Khyril Muhymeen Zambri.
Penyerang Terbaik : Liew Kit Kong.
Pemain Import Terbaik : Marlon Alex James.
Pemain Harapan Terbaik : Mohd Fadly Baharom.
Pemain Paling Bernilai : Helmi Eliza Elias.
Kelab Penyokong Terbaik : Kelab Penyokong Perak.
Persatuan Bolasepak Terbaik : Persatuan Bolasepak Negeri Sembilan.
Jurulatih Terbaik : Mohd Azraai Khor Abdullah.

KEDAH: Mohd Helmi Eliza Elias, Victor Andrag (Mohd Fazliata Taib), Cornelius Benard Huggins, Baddrol Bakhtiar, Nelson San Martin (Sabree Abu), V.Thirumurugan, Ahmad Fauzi Saari, Shafizan Hashim, Mohd Khyril Muhymeen Zambri, Mohd Fadly Baharom, Marlon Alex James.

SELANGOR - Mohd Suffian Abd Rahman, Mohd Razman Roslan, Evans Chisulo, Mohd Shukor Adan, Mohd Amri Yahyah, Mohd Asraruddin Putra Omar, D.Surendran (Mohd Amirulhadi Zainal), Elie Aiboy, Mohd Safee Mohd Sali, Frank Seator, Indra Putra Mahayuddin (Mohd Fadzli Saari).

Pengadil: Rosdi Shaharul (Perak)


Anonymous said...

Hussain Andaryas (June 23, 1965) is an Afghan Christian and tele-evangelist who hosts many websites and radio programs.

Andaryas was born in the city of Bombay into a Shia Hazara home to Afghan parents but was raised in Kabul , Afghanistan. He comes from the sub-tribe Oqi from Jaghoori. Hussain converted from Islam to Christianity after nine years of comparative studies on both religions.

Andaryas runs over 32 websites in both Dari, Pashto and English whose main objectives are to help and provide spiritual support to Afghan Christians around the world as well as proselytising Afghan Muslims. He has a daily radio program in Afghanistan. He also has a weekly one hour LIVE TV program that comes every Tuesday and repeats twice on Wednesday through Hot Bird. This TV talk show is also Co-hosted by Noor Agha Logari who hails from the Logar Valley, from the Mulakhel Tribe.

Hussain's first website was probably the first ever Persian website on the Internet through's free web-space in 1996. In 1997 while Andaryas was residing in New Delhi, India he acquired a domain name called watandar and set up the first website for Afghan Christians.

He helped to bring the attention of the international media towards the arrest of Abdul Rahman, the Afghan convert from Islam to Christianity who sentenced to death by the Afghanistan Court through his news website.

He also is the editor of the newspaper Afghan Times and lives in the state of Tennessee, USA. His newspaper is an Afghan Christian News Network with daily news from Afghanistan and the Afghan Christians both within and outside Afghanistan.

Anonymous said...

An Iranian convert to Christianity was kidnapped last week from his home in northeastern Iran and stabbed to death, his bleeding body thrown in front of his home a few hours later.
Ghorban Tori, 50, was pastoring an independent house church of convert Christians in Gonbad-e-Kavus, a town just east of the Caspian Sea along the Turkmenistan border.

Within hours of the November 22 murder, local secret police arrived at the martyred pastor’s home, searching for Bibles and other banned Christian books in the Farsi language. By the end of the following day, the secret police had also raided the houses of all other known Christian believers in the city.

According to one informed Iranian source, during the past eight days representatives of the Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) have arrested and severely tortured 10 other Christians in several cities, including Tehran. All the detainees have since been released....

A former Muslim of Turkmen descent, Tori had converted to Christianity more than 10 years ago, while in Turkmenistan....

But not all welcomed his message; at least one relative attacked Tori, scarring his face. In the past year he received several threats from Islamic extremists vowing to kill him if he did not stop sharing his Christian faith....

He is the fifth Protestant pastor assassinated in Iran by unidentified killers in the past 11 years. Three of the five were former Muslims, under Iranian law subject to the death penalty for having committed apostasy....

Tori’s murder came just days after Iran’s new hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called an open meeting with the nation’s 30 provincial governors. During the session, an Iranian source told Compass, Ahmadinejad declared that the government needed to put a stop to the burgeoning movement of house churches across Iran.

“I will stop Christianity in this country,” Ahmadinejad reportedly vowed.

“This was apparently a green light from the president of Iran to go out and start killing Christians,” the source said.