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    Quote Originally Posted by zhapchit View Post
    mai geh geh lor.. u got so much black gold.. must be saving up to buy ur next 10million econs player already
    No $$$ le...all go to train my whole team all form after 2 back to back loses. Mr kelong suck up all my black gold!

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    lich king!!!! wrath of the lich king!!!
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    Skill 8 is passe already. Maybe he is aiming for a skill 9 player next.
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    skill 8 striker!
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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    No $$$ le...all go to train my whole team all form after 2 back to back loses. Mr kelong suck up all my black gold!
    there's 7 of us here. which mr.kelong?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    there's 7 of us here. which mr.kelong?
    There is only one Mr Kelong. The rest are all his apprentice/sidekicks
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelccm View Post
    There is only one Mr Kelong. The rest are all his apprentice/sidekicks
    mr.lelong kelong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    mr.lelong kelong.
    Long Live Mr KELONG!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    Long Live Mr KELONG!!!
    The KELONG FOUNDATION!!!




    last time WWE is the hart foundation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    there's 7 of us here. which mr.kelong?
    He-Man will have the power to stop e 7 Kelong dwarfs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    The KELONG FOUNDATION!!!




    last time WWE is the hart foundation.
    I only know NKF.

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    Who wants to join e HE-MAN gay club to stop e evil Kelong 7? My fav hero cause he wears hot pink vest and purple underwear outside his purple tights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Venom81 View Post
    Who wants to join e HE-MAN gay club to stop e evil Kelong 7? My fav hero cause he wears hot pink vest and purple underwear outside his purple tights.
    melvin didi got the green cat?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Venom81 View Post
    He-Man will have the power to stop e 7 Kelong dwarfs.
    7 kelong samurais.


    u shud watch more classic jap films.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    melvin didi got the green cat?
    I thought Melvin didi is already one of the kelong 7
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelccm View Post
    I thought Melvin didi is already one of the kelong 7
    ya he is but he might haf a green cat.


    afterall they are manCircle utd kakis
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    ya he is but he might haf a green cat.


    afterall they are manCircle utd kakis
    I am half man half cat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    ya he is but he might haf a green cat.


    afterall they are manCircle utd kakis
    Wow ... ur fav player scored again in the dying mins!

    Van Persie nets double


    Match Information
    Stadium: PSV Stadium, Netherlands
    Attendance: 25,000
    Match Time: 19:45 UK
    Official(s):
    Zsolt Szabo (Referee)




    Teams
    Netherlands Sweden
    1 Henk Timmer 1 Andreas Isaksson
    5 Giovanni Van Bronckhorst 4 Petter Hansson
    2 Johnny Heitinga 2 Mikael Per Benny Nilsson
    4 Joris Mathijsen 3 Daniel Majstorovic
    3 Andre Ooijer 5 Berang Safari
    6 Mark Van Bommel 7 Christian Wilhelmsson
    10 Wesley Sneijder 6 Daniel Andersson
    8 Demy De Zeeuw 8 Rasmus Lindgren
    9 Dirk Kuyt 9 Samuel Holmen
    7 Robin Van Persie 11 Henrik Larsson
    11 Ryan Babel 10 Zlatan Ibrahimovic
    Substitutes
    16 Michel Vorm Johan Wiland 12
    13 Tim De Cler Fredrik Stoor 13
    12 Khalid Boulahrouz Andreas Granqvist 14
    18 David Mendes Da Silva Kim Kallstrom 16
    15 Rafael Van der Vaart Sebastian Larsson 18
    14 Orlando Engelaar Viktor Elm 15
    17 Ibrahim Afellay Petter Andersson 17
    Markus Rosenberg 19
    Substitutions
    Michel Vorm for Henk Timmer (47)
    Kim Kallstrom for Daniel Andersson (51)

    Tim De Cler for Giovanni Van Bronckhorst (47)
    Sebastian Larsson for Christian Wilhelmsson (52)

    Rafael Van der Vaart for Demy De Zeeuw (48)
    Fredrik Stoor for Berang Safari (52)

    Ibrahim Afellay for Ryan Babel (63)
    Markus Rosenberg for Henrik Larsson (52)

    Orlando Engelaar for Wesley Sneijder (74)
    Viktor Elm for Samuel Holmen (76)

    David Mendes Da Silva for Johnny Heitinga (78)
    Andreas Granqvist for Petter Hansson (80)

    Yellow Cards
    Daniel Andersson (37)

    · Club Squads: Netherlands | Sweden
    Updated: November 19, 2008, 8:00 AM UK

    Robin van Persie scored twice as Holland cruised to a friendly victory over Sweden in Amsterdam.

    The Arsenal striker put the London club's troubles behind him to strike either side of half-time as Holland picked up where they left off in World Cup qualifying.

    Bert van Marwijk's men have won three out of three in Group Nine and even Kim Kallstrom's goal seconds after coming on as a second-half substitute to halve the deficit could not hide their dominance.

    Dirk Kuyt gave the scoreline a more accurate look with the third goal in stoppage time.

    Sweden have had a stuttering start to their qualifying campaign, winning just one of three, and they were comfortably second best for long stages in Amsterdam.

    Van Marwijk started with his only fit recognised strikers in an attacking-minded front three, Kuyt, Van Persie and Ryan Babel making up an entirely English-based strikeforce.

    And it was Liverpool man Kuyt - enjoying a decent run of goalscoring form domestically - who had the first effort of note, shooting over the bar from the right channel in the 12th minute.

    Van Persie went closer moments later with a shot which Sweden keeper Andreas Isaksson - who plays his club football in Holland with PSV Eindhoven - was forced to block.

    Daniel Majstorovic headed over at the other end on a rare foray into the opposition area for the Swedes, but Isaksson was called into action again, holding on to Wesley Sneijder's left-footed effort from 20 yards.

    And Real Madrid man Sneijder was the architect of Holland's opener in the 33rd minute, crossing from the left for Van Persie to plant a header low in to the centre of the goal from six yards.

    Holland started the second half in similarly commanding fashion with Kuyt shooting wide inside the first minute.

    Five minutes later and Van Persie had doubled their lead, finishing into the bottom right corner after a pass from substitute Rafael Van der Vaart.

    A Swedish substitute, Kallstrom, made an even more stunning impact, though, pulling a goal back in the 51st minute when he fired into the top corner from the left of the area a matter of seconds after coming off the bench.

    The Lyon man's arrival certainly seemed to breathe some life into the visiting team, and he almost created an equaliser with a free-kick which Majstorovic headed at replacement keeper Michel Vorm.

    Isaksson, impressing on the ground where he was beaten four times in the Eredivisie last weekend, then produced a fine double save to deny Babel and Kuyt.

    The former Manchester City keeper was beaten again in injury time, though, when Kuyt headed home Tim De Cler's left-wing cross.



    Wednesday, November 19
    Malta 0
    Iceland 1 Final

    Oman 0
    Paraguay 1 Final

    Moldova 1
    Lithuania 1 Final

    Azerbaijan 1
    Albania 1 Final

    Montenegro 2
    Macedonia 1 Final

    Slovakia 4
    Liechtenstein 0 Final

    Serbia 6
    Bulgaria 1 Final

    Cyprus 2
    Belarus 1 Final

    Egypt 5
    Benin 1 Final

    Israel 2
    Ivory Coast 2 Final

    Ukraine 1
    Norway 0 Final

    Romania 2
    Georgia 1 Final

    South Africa 3
    Cameroon 2 Final

    Morocco 3
    Zambia 0 Final

    Slovenia 3
    Bosnia-Herzegovina 4 Final

    Denmark 0
    Wales 1 Final

    Greece 1
    Italy 1 Final

    Switzerland 1
    Finland 0 Final

    San Marino 0
    Czech Republic 0 Postponed

    Austria 2
    Turkey 4 Final

    Luxembourg 1
    Belgium 1 Final

    Germany 1
    England 2 Final

    Netherlands 3
    Sweden 1 Final

    Northern Ireland 0
    Hungary 2 Final

    Ireland 2
    Poland 3 Final

    France 0
    Uruguay 0 Final

    Scotland 0
    Argentina 1 Final

    Spain 3
    Chile 0 Final

    Brazil 6
    Portugal 2 Final

    Venezuela 0
    Angola 0 Final

    Colombia 0
    Nigeria 0 2nd
    Last night Most of the Scorers are EPL players!
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    Wah...England win without the regulars!

    Terry caps fine performance

    Match Stats
    Germany England
    Shots (on Goal) 10(3) 14(6)
    Fouls 11 15
    Corner Kicks 3 6
    Offsides 0 5
    Time of Possession 55% 45%
    Yellow Cards 0 1
    Red Cards 0 0
    Saves 4 1

    Match Information
    Stadium: Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany
    Attendance: 74,244
    Match Time: 19:45 UK

    Teams
    Germany England
    1 René Adler 1 David James
    5 Heiko Westermann 5 Matthew Upson
    17 Per Mertesacker 6 John Terry
    16 Marvin Compper 3 Wayne Bridge
    3 Arne Friedrich 2 Glen Johnson
    6 Simon Rolfes 4 Gareth Barry
    8 Jermaine Jones 8 Michael Carrick
    14 Piotr Trochowski 10 Stewart Downing
    7 Bastian Schweinsteiger 7 Shaun Wright-Phillips
    11 Miroslav Klose 9 Jermain Defoe
    18 Mario Gomez 11 Gabriel Agbonlahor
    Substitutes
    15 Thomas Hitzlsperger Joleon Lescott 13
    12 Tim Wiese Peter Crouch 20
    10 Lukas Podolski Jimmy Bullard 18
    4 Serdar Tasci Scott Parker 17
    2 Andreas Hinkel Paul Robinson 22
    20 Tobias Weis Darren Bent 21
    13 Marco Marin Ashley Young 19
    19 Marcel Schäfer Scott Carson 12
    9 Patrick Helmes Curtis Davies 16
    Michael Mancienne 15
    Micah Richards 14
    Substitutions
    Tim Wiese for René Adler (45)
    Scott Carson for David James (45)

    Patrick Helmes for Miroslav Klose (45)
    Darren Bent for Jermain Defoe (45)

    Marco Marin for Jermaine Jones (45)
    Ashley Young for Gabriel Agbonlahor (77)

    Lukas Podolski for Mario Gomez (57)
    Peter Crouch for Shaun Wright-Phillips (90)

    Serdar Tasci for Arne Friedrich (68)

    Marcel Schäfer for Marvin Compper (77)

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    · Club Squads: Germany | England
    Updated: November 19, 2008, 8:00 AM UK

    John Terry provided England with the perfect end to 2008 by nodding home a late winner to beat Germany in Berlin.

    • Terry relief at late salvo

    Terry sent 7,000 visiting fans into raptures when he got his head to Stewart Downing's curling free-kick six minutes from time, making up for a joint blunder with Scott Carson that let the hosts back into a contest they had been dominated in.

    Derided as a meaningless fixture, the friendly will instead go down as an important staging post in Fabio Capello's tenure, with Terry's central defensive partner Matthew Upson putting England on their way to a richly-deserved triumph with a close range finish midway through the opening period.

    Four goals in Zagreb excepted, there is no doubt England were more organised and effective that at any previous stage of Capello's time in charge.

    The Italian may be being paid handsomely but if he can find a cure for mistakes which are occurring far too often, the dividend looks like being rich.

    When the Three Lions analyse 2008, there will be a massive gap in the middle when they should have been at the European Championships.

    That absence was not Capello's fault of course. Yet if the by-product of two years' abject failure under Steve McClaren is a coach with vision, willpower and knowledge, maybe the pain was worthwhile.

    Capello has always said his is an evolving process. And this England was markedly different to the one he turned out against Switzerland last February, both in performance and personnel.

    Only three of the players that started against a German side lacking Michael Ballack, Philipp Lahm and Torsten Frings featured against the Swiss, when England were hesitant, fearful and fortunate to win.

    However, it appeared they had spent the intervening nine months training together every day such was the cohesion they showed and adherence to a gameplan Capello has vowed there was no need to change despite suffering the loss of so many major players.

    Germany's only first-half threat came through the excellent set piece delivery of Bastian Schweinsteiger, with Heiko Westermann sending a powerful header just over.

    It never could be another 1966, 1990, 1996 or 2001 but the noise of German fans whistling their own team off the field at the interval in its own way provided a memory to cherish.

    The major disappointment was England only had one goal to shout about by the break.

    Aside from a good effort from debutant Gabriel Agbonlahor, Shaun Wright-Phillips came close on a couple of occasions and Downing forced an excellent save out of Rene Adler.

    After the Jens Lehmann era, it seemed somehow fitting Germany should concede to a kamikaze goalkeeping blunder.

    Adler came to punch Downing's corner with purpose after an Upson effort had been deflected wide. He missed it completely.

    Agbonlahor probably should have bundled home. Instead, the ball bounced down off the striker and Upson launched himself at it, prodding his first England goal into an empty net.

    In four successive appearances, Upson looks accomplished and more than just a mere stand-in. The same is true of Downing. And after nutmegging Schweinsteiger he drilled a low shot narrowly wide.

    Then Wright-Phillips nearly scored in memorable fashion after a mazy run before substitute Darren Bent beat the German offside trap, skipped round replacement keeper Tim Wiese and looked to tap into an empty net.

    Had he done so, the game would have been over. Instead, with glory beckoning he half tripped over his own feet, half lost his balance. The result was a glaring miss. The consequences were huge as England's age old capacity to shoot themselves in the foot reared its ugly head again.

    As he could see the whole picture, in particular Patrick Helmes bearing down at some speed, Scott Carson, on his first England appearance since his nightmare against Croatia 12 months ago, should have taken charge of the situation. Sensing hesitation, Terry should simply have whacked it onto the running track behind the visitors' goal.

    Between them they did neither, allowing Helmes to stick out a leg as Terry tried to shepherd the ball to Carson, nudge it through the helpless keeper's legs and gleefully skip past. Even Helmes' granny would not have missed what remained.

    That England recovered their composure so quickly is another glowing testament to Capello's managerial abilities.

    When Wright-Phillips saw his thunderbolt shot crash to safety off a post 11 minutes from time, it seemed the win England deserved would elude them. Terry had other ideas.


    Terry relief at late salvo

    England captain John Terry revealed his relief after making amends for his goal-costing blunder by heading the winner in a 2-1 victory over Germany in Berlin.

    Terry, one of only three first-choice players in Fabio Capello's line-up, said: ''It was a good performance and it would have been an injustice had we ended up drawing the game.

    ''The conditions with the swirling wind made it difficult to get the ball down in play in the first half but in the second period we played a lot better and deserved the win.

    ''For me personally it's a great feeling to lead the side to victory in Germany, particularly after losing the game with them at Wembley 15 months ago.''

    Terry added: ''I hold my hands up. I am to blame for their goal. There is no blame at all attached to Scott.

    ''I should have dealt with the situation better. Someone of my experience should have cleared the ball.

    ''But I am relieved that I had the chance to make amends by going down the other end and getting the winner.

    ''I told Stewart to hold the ball up at the far post and I managed to get in front of their centre-half and head it home.''

    Terry was full of praise for the young line-up that Capello was forced to field after being denied eight senior players through injury.

    He said: ''The youngsters can be proud of themselves and I thought Gabby (Gabriel Agbonlahor) did fantastically well.

    ''I think these youngsters have given the manager a difficult problem for the future when he comes to picking his side.

    ''This is a great way to finish the year. We started it quite slowly but have got our confidence back and have got the fans back on our side.''

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    melvin didi got the green cat?
    Don't play play, I got e green tiger. My green tiger don't bite, only white tigers bite and kill ppl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    7 kelong samurais.


    u shud watch more classic jap films.
    i only know 777 = jackpot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    I am half man half cat!
    New superhero, Cat Man.

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