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Thursday, December 31, 2009

Perlawanan "A" Malaysia 2009


Extra: 31.12.2009 - (Friendly) Selangor 0-3 Zimbabwe
[ Stadium Shah Alam ]





^30.12.2009 - (Friendly) Malaysia 4-1 Syria
[Stadium Bukit Jalil, start 8:45pm - masuk free ]
^kemungkinan besar x dapat ranking A sebab perlawanan dianggap sebagai warm-up aje ...




Bertanda*: Bukan "A" Match.

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*17.12.2009 - (SEA Games finale) Vietnam U23 0-1 Malaysia
EMAS Malaysia selepas kali terakhir SEA Games 1989.

*14.12.2009 - (SEA Games semi) Laos U23 1-3 Malaysia


*11.12.2009 - (SEA Games) Malaysia 2-1 Thailand U23

*08.12.2009 - (SEA Games) Malaysia 4-0 Cambodia U23

*06.12.2009 - (SEA Games) Malaysia 1-3 Vietnam U23

*02.12.2009 - (SEA Games) Malaysia 11-0 Timor Leste U23


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*26.11.2009 - (Friendly) Malaysia 0-1 Maldives
18.11.2009 - (Asia Cup Qualifier) Malaysia 1-3 Uzbekistan
14.11.2009 - (Asia Cup Qualifier) Uzbekistan 3-1 Malaysia
*09.11.2009 - (Friendly) IndonesiaU23 1-3 Malaysia
*05.11.2009 - (Friendly) Malaysia 2-1 Kuala Lumpur

11.09.2009 - (Friendly) Malaysia 5-0 Lesotho
05.09.2009 - (Friendly) Jordan 0-0 Malaysia

30.08.2009 - (Friendly) Saudi Arabia 2-1 Malaysia
15.08.2009 - (Friendly) Malaysia 0-0 China
12.08.2009 - (Friendly) Malaysia 0-0 Kenya
*08.08.2009 - (Friendly) Kedah 1-3 Malaysia

*20.07.2009 - (Friendly) Malaysia 0-2 Men Yu
*18.07.2009 - (Friendly) Malaysia 2-3 Men Yu
*14.07.2009 - (Friendly) Malaysia 1-0 Men Yu ( Zimbabwe - Monotapa United)
*12.07.2009 - (Friendly) Malaysia 4-0 Men Yu ( Zimbabwe - Monotapa United)

*13.06.2009 - (Friendly) Malaysia 1-0 IndonesiaU23
*09.06.2009 - (Friendly) Pudong Zobon FC 1-2 Malaysia
*06.06.2009 - (Friendly) Shanghai Shenhua FC 4 - 1 Malaysia
*03.06.2009 - (Friendly) Nan Chang 81 FC 3 - 2 Malaysia


*26.05.2009 - (Friendly) Negeri Sembilan (Presiden Skuad) 0-1 Malaysia
*21.05.2009 - (Friendly) SingaporaU23 0-3 Malaysia

*Note: sejak tumpar 5 bijik nih, Coach Satia terus resign .. rajagopal yg in-charge rimaumude terus ambilalih, skuad u23 upgrade jadi skuad kebangsaan, oleh itu skuad kebangsaan diwakili bebudak u23 smbil dibantu beberapa senior, kalu ramai sgt senior tu yg kena bantai bebanyak tuh .. hoho ......

21.01.2009 - (Asia Cup Qualifier) Malaysia 0-5 UAE




Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Barcelona The Legend 2009


Barca 2009 - 6 trophies & 2 Best Player Award

(8) 22.12.2009 - Lionel Messi (Argentina & Barcelona)
- FIFA Player of the Year

(7) 19.12.2009 - Barcelona 2-1 Estudientes La Plata
- FIFA Club World Cup

(6) 30.11.2009
- Lionel Messi (Argentina & Barcelona)
- UEFA Ballon d'Or

(5) 29.08.2009 - Barcelona 1-0 Shaktar Donetsk
- UEFA Super Cup

(4) 23.08.2009
- Barcelona 3-0 (Agg 5-1) Athletic Bilbao
- Spanish Super Cup

(3) 27.05.2009 - Barcelona 2-0 Manchester United
- UEFA Champions League

(2) 18.05.2009 - Barcelona 86-78 Real Madrid
- Spanish La Liga

(1) 13.05.2009 - Barcelona 4-1 Athletic Bilbao
- Spanish Copa del Rey (King's Cup)

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Rekod-rekod Bola Malaysia di Sukan SEA








(25)
2009 - Laos

17.12.2009 - Malaysia 1-0 Vietnam [Malaysia grabbed Gold] - Singapore 3-1 Laos
01-'84-[Gol Sendiri] - Total [2]

14.12.2009 - Malaysia 3-1 Laos [semi], Vietnam 4-1 Singapore
03-'84-Safiq Rahim -Total [3]
02-'79-Baddrol Bakhtiar (2) -Total [3]
01-'14-Baddrol Bakhtiar


11.12.2009 - Malaysia 2-1 Thailand, Vietnam 6-1 Kemboja
02-'90-Ahmad Fakri Shaarani -Total [4]
01-'81-Nasriq Baharom


08.12.2009 - Malaysia 4-0 Cambodia, Thailand 9-0 Timor Leste
04-'85-Safiq Rahim (penalti) -Total [2]
03-'81-S.Kunalan
02-'76-Norshahrul Idlan Talaha -Total [3]
01-'35-Abdul Manaf Mamat


06.12.2009 - Malaysia 1-3 Vietnam, Kemboja 4-1 Timor Leste
01-'26-[Gol Sendiri]

04.12.2009 - Thailand 4-0 Kemboja, Vietnam 4-0 Timor Leste

02.12.2009 - Malaysia 11-0 Timor Leste, Thailand 1-1 Vietnam
11-'90-Amar Rohidan
10-'88-Amirul Hadi Zainal
09-'77-Ahmad Fakri Shaarani (3)
08-'71-Ahmad Fakri Shaarani (2)
07-'58-Aidil Zafuan
06-'41-Ahmad Fakri Shaarani
05-'30-Norshahrul Idlan Talaha (2)
04-'28-Safiq Rahim
03-'15-Zaquan Adha
02-'12-Baddrol Bakhtiar
01-'03-Norshahrul Idlan Talaha


A
1) 4 2 1 1 14 03 +11 10 Vietnam*
2) 4 3 0 1 18 04 +14 09
Malaysia*
3) 4 2 1 0 15 03 +12 07
Thailand
4) 4 1 0 3 05 15 -10 03
Kemboja
5) 4 0 0 4 01 24 -27 00
Timor Leste

B
1) 3 1 2 0 3 1 +2 5
Laos*
2) 3 1 2 0 4 3 +1 5
Singapore*
3) 3 1 1 1 5 4 +1 4
Myanmar
4) 3 0 1 2 3 6 -3 1
Indonesia

10.12.2009: Myanmar 3-1 Indonesia, Laos 0-0 Singapore
07.12.2009: Singapore 2-1 Myanmar, Laos 2-0 Indonesia
05.12.2009: Singapore 2-2 Indonesia, Laos 1-1 Myanmar



(24) 2007 - Thailand
08.12.2007 - Malaysia 1-1 Singapore [Malaysia failed to qualify to semi]
03.12.2007 - Malaysia 4-0 Laos
01.12.2007 - Malaysia 1-3 Vietnam

(23) 2005 - Filipina
04.12.2005 - Malaysia 1-0 Indonesia [Malaysia grabbed bronze]
02.12.2005 - Malaysia 1-2 Vietnam [semi]
29.11.2005 - Malaysia 4-2 Filipina
27.11.2005 - Malaysia 1-2 Thailand
21.11.2005 - Malaysia 5-0 Kemboja

(22) 2003 - Vietnam
12.12.2003 -
Malaysia 1-1(penalti 4-2) Myanmar [Malaysia grabbed bronze]
09.12.2003 - Malaysia 3-4 Vietnam [Semi]
03.12.2003 - Malaysia 2-0 Singapore
29.11.2003 - Malaysia 8-1 Kemboja

(21) 2001 - Malaysia
15.09.2001 - Malaysia 0-1 Thailand [Malaysia grabbed silver]
13.09.2001 - Malaysia 1-0 Myanmar [Semi]
11.09.2001 - Malaysia 2-0 Vietnam
09.09.2001 - Malaysia 2-1 Indonesia
02.09.2001 - Malaysia 5-0 Brunei


(20) 1999 - Brunei
06.08.1999 -
Malaysia 2-0 Brunei [Malaysia failed to qualify to semi]
04.08.1999 - Malaysia 7-2 Kemboja
02.08.1999 - Malaysia 0-6 Indonesia
31.07.1999 - Malaysia 1-2 Singapore


(19) 1997 - Indonesia
14.10.1997 -
Malaysia 0-1 Laos [Malaysia failed to qualify to semi]
09.10.1997 - Malaysia 0-4 Indonesia
07.10.1997 - Malaysia 4-0 Filipina
05.10.1997 - Malaysia 1-0 Vietnam


(18) 1995 - Thailand
10.12.1995 -
Malaysia 9-0 Kemboja [Malaysia failed to qualify to semi]
08.12.1995 - Malaysia 0-3 Indonesia

06.12.1995 - Malaysia 0-0 Thailand
04.12.1995 - Malaysia 0-2 Vietnam

(17) 1993 - Singapore
15.06.1993 - Malaysia 0-2 Thailand [Malaysia failed to qualify to semi]
13.06.1993 - Malaysia 1-2 Myanmar
11.06.1993 - Malaysia 9-0 Laos
09.06.1993 - Malaysia 3-1 Brunei

(16) 1991 - Filipina
30.11.1991 -
Malaysia 2-1 Vietnam [Malaysia failed to qualify to semi]
28.11.1991 - Malaysia 0-1 Filipina
26.11.1991 -
Malaysia 0-2 Indonesia

(15) 1989 - Malaysia
31.08.1989 -
Malaysia 3-1 Singapore [Malaysia grabbed Gold]
28.08.1989 - Malaysia 1-0 Thailand
[semi]
25.08.1989 - Malaysia 2-0 Indonesia
23.08.1989 - Malaysia 2-1 Brunei
21.08.1989 - Malaysia 3-0 Filipina

(14) 1987 - Indonesia
20.09.1987 -
Malaysia 0-1 Indonesia [Malaysia grabbed silver]
16.09.1987 - Malaysia 2-0 Thailand [semi]
12.09.1987 - Malaysia 2-2 Burma
10.09.1987 - Malaysia 0-0 Singapore


(13) 1985 - Thailand
16.12.1985 -
Malaysia 1-0 Indonesia [Malaysia grabbed bronze]
15.12.1985 - Malaysia 2-2 (penalti 5-6) Singapore [semi]
10.12.1985 - Malaysia 6-0 Filipina
08.12.1985 - Malaysia 1-1 Thailand

(12) 1983 - Singapore
06.06.1983 -
Malaysia 5-0 Brunei [Malaysia grabbed bronze]
04.06.1983 - Malaysia 1-1 (penalti 3-4) Thailand [semi]
30.05.1983 - Malaysia 0-0 Filipina
28.05.1983 - Malaysia 1-2 Singapore


(11) 1981 - Filipina
15.12.1981 -
Malaysia 1-2 Thailand [Malaysia grabbed silver]
13.12.1981 - Malaysia 1-1 (penalti 6-5) Singapore [semi]
10.12.1981 - Malaysia 2-2 Thailand
06.12.1981 - Malaysia 1-0 Burma


(10) 1979 - Indonesia
30.09.1979 -
Malaysia 1-0 Indonesia [Malaysia grabbed Gold] scorer: Mokhtar Dahari
28.09.1979 - Malaysia 1-0 Thailand
[semi]
26.09.1979 - Malaysia 0-0 Indonesia
25.09.1979 - Malaysia 0-0 Burma

23.09.1979 - Malaysia 2-0 Singapore

(09) 1977 - Malaysia
26.11.1977 -
Malaysia 2-0 Thailand [Malaysia grabbed Gold]
25.11.1977 - Malaysia 9-1 Burma
[semi]
23.11.1977 - Malaysia 7-0 Brunei
21.11.1977 - Malaysia 5-0 Filipina

19.11.1977 - Malaysia 1-2 Indonesia

(08) 1975 - Thailand
16.12.1975 - Malaysia 1-2 Thailand [Malaysia grabbed silver]
13.12.1975 - Malaysia 1-0 Burma [semi]
09.12.1975 - Malaysia 1-1(penalti 3-4) Thailand [only 4 teams competed, all tru semi]

(07) 1973 - Singapore
07
.09.1973 - Malaysia 3-0 Singapore [Malaysia grabbed bronze]
06.09.1973 - Malaysia 0-1 Burma [semi]
04.09.1973 - Malaysia 0-0 Singapore
02.09.1973 - Malaysia 1-1 Thailand

(06) 1971 - Malaysia
18
.12.1971 - Malaysia 1-2 Burma [Malaysia grabbed silver]
17.12.1971 - Malaysia 3-2 South Vietnam [semi]
15.12.1971 - Malaysia 3-0 Khmer
14.12.1971 - Malaysia 4-2 Thailand
12.12.1971 - Malaysia 5-0 Laos


(05) 1969 - Burma
10.12.1969 - Malaysia 0-2 Thailand [semi - Malaysia grabbed bronze]
07.12.1969 - Malaysia 2-1 South Vietnam
06.12.1969 - Malaysia 2-1 Laos

(04) 1967 - Thailand
11.12.1967 - Malaysia 1-2 Burma [Malaysia failed to qualify semi]
10.12.1967 - Malaysia 0-4 Thailand

(03) 1965 - Malaysia
20.12.1965 - Malaysia 0-2 South Vietnam [Malaysia failed to grab bronze]
18.12.1965 - Malaysia 0-2 Burma [semi] [Hosts auto-advanced to semi]

(02) 1961 - Burma
16.12.1961 - Malaya 2-0 Burma [Malaya grabbed Gold]
14.12.1961 - Malaya 2-2 Thailand [semi - Malaya qualify to finale after committee meeting on 15.12.1961]
13.12.1961 - Malaya 2-1 Burma
12.12.1961 - Malaya 4-0 Kemboja

(01) 1959 - Thailand
15.12.1959 -
Malaya 1-2 South Vietnam [3rd place League - Malaysia grabbed bronze]
14.12.1959 -
Malaya 1-3 Thailand
13.12.1959 - Malaya 2-1 Burma



Emas Bolasepak Sukan SEA 1959-2009

2011 - [26] SEA Games Indonesia.

2009
- [25] SEA Games Vientine, Laos.
Emas: Malaysia U23 (5)
Perak: Vietnam U23 (5)
Gangsa: Singapore U23 (5)

2007 -
[24] SEA Games Nakhon Ratchasima / Korat, Thailand.
Emas: Thailand U23 (13)
Perak: Myanmar U23 (3)
Gangsa: Singapore U23 (4)

2005
- [23] SEA Games Bacolod, Philipines.
Emas: Thailand U23 (12)
Perak: Vietnam U23 (4)
Gangsa: Malaysia U23 (7)

2003
- [22] SEA Games Hanoi / Hi Chi Minh, Vietnam.
Emas: Thailand U23 (11)
Perak: Vietnam U23 (3)
Gangsa: Malaysia U23 (6)

2001
- [21] SEA Games Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (Team Under 23 started this year)
Emas: Thailand U23 (10)
Perak: Malaysia U23 (5)
Gangsa: Myanmar U23 (3)

1999
- [20] SEA Games Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei.
Emas: Thailand (9)
Perak: Vietnam (2)
Gangsa: Indonesia (3)

1997
- [19] SEA Games Jakarta, Indonesia.
Emas: Thailand (8)
Perak: Indonesia (2)
Gangsa: Vietnam (1)

1995 -
[18] SEA Games Chiang Mai, Thailand. [Vietnam (communist) is different entity from South Vietnam (republic)]
Emas: Thailand (7)
Perak: Vietnam (1)
Gangsa: Singapore (3)

1993
- [17] SEA Games Singapore
Emas: Thailand (6)
Perak: Myanmar (2)
Gangsa: Singapore (2)

1991
- [16] SEA Games Manila, Philipines. [Vietnam returned to participate]
Emas: Indonesia (2)
Perak: Thailand (4)
Gangsa: Singapore (1)

1989
- [15] SEA Games Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Emas: Malaysia (4)
Perak: Singapore (3)
Gangsa: Indonesia (2)

1987
- [14] SEA Games Jakarta, Indonesia.
Emas: Indonesia (1)
Perak: Malaysia (4)
Gangsa: Thailand (5)

1985 -
[13] SEA Games Bangkok, Thailand.
Emas: Thailand (5)
Perak: Singapore (2)
Gangsa: Malaysia (5)

1983
- [12] SEA Games Singapore
Emas: Thailand (4)
Perak: Singapore (1)
Gangsa: Malaysia (4)

1981
- [11] SEA Games Manila, Philipines.
Emas: Thailand (3)
Perak: Malaysia (3)
Gangsa: Indonesia (1)

1979
- [10] SEA Games Jakarta, Indonesia.
Emas: Malaysia (3)
Perak: Indonesia (1)
Gangsa: Thailand (4)

1977 - [9] SEA Games Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Emas: Malaysia (2)
Perak: Thailand (3)
Gangsa: Burma (2)

Southeast Asian Peninsular Games:- Indonesia, Brunei & Filipina not participated.

1975 - [8] SEAP Games Bangkok, Thailand. - South Vietnam not participated 1975-1989
Emas: Thailand (2)
Perak: Malaysia (2)
Gangsa: Burma (1) & Singapore (1)

1973
- [7] SEAP Games Singapore
Emas: Burma (5)
Perak: South Vietnam (2)
Gangsa: Malaysia (3)

1971
- [6] SEAP Games Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Emas: Burma (4)
Perak: Malaysia (1)
Gangsa: Thailand (3) & South Vietnam (3)

1969 -
[5] SEAP Games Rangoon, Burma.
Emas: Burma (3)
Perak: Thailand (2)
Gangsa: Malaysia (2) & Laos (1)

1967 -
[4] SEAP Games Bangkok, Thailand.
Emas: Burma (2)
Perak: SouthVietnam (1)
Gangsa: Thailand (2)

1965 - [3] SEAP Games Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Emas: Burma (1) & Thailand (1)
Perak: -gold medal shared-
Gangsa: SouthVietnam (2)

1961 - [2] SEAP Games Rangoon, Burma.
Emas: Malaya (1)
Perak: Burma (1)
Gangsa: SouthVietnam (1) & Thailand (1)

1959 - [1] SEAP Games Bangkok, Thailand.
Emas: SouthVietnam (1)
Perak: Thailand (1)
Gangsa: Malaya (1)