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Monday, February 28, 2011

Pemain Terbaik Real Madrid

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Real Madrid:
- Chelsea, MU incar Ramos.Kabar kepindahan Ramos semakin beredar. Belakangan ini Ramos belum kunjung memperpanjang kontraknya di Real Madrid. Hubungan Ramos dengan Jose Mourinho juga dikabarkan kurang harmonis.
- Milan masih berusahaa mendaatngkan bek asal Spanyol, Sergio Ramos pada musim mendatang. beberpa pemain sudah masuk dalam daftar incaran Milan.

- Legenda Arsenal Ian Wright, melihat Jack Wilshere menjadi kapten Arsenal di masa depan. menurutnya dengan kemampuannya ia dapat menjadi sosok kunci di lapangan tengah Arsenal.

- Nemanja Vidic menegaskan dirinya sama sekali tidak takut menghadapi striker fernando Torres.
- Kedatangan Torres mambuat kekisruhan. pasalnya, Torres harus bersaing dengan Didier Drogba untuk mendapatkan tempat di tim utama.
-  Carlo Ancelotti mengatakan dirinya akan dipecat jika tidak membawa Chelsea ke poodium juara Liga Champions.


               Hari Minngu gw ke sekolah untuk Hunting bersama Inan & Ghani. Jam 9 gw sampai di sekolah, karena ada penerimaan siswa baru jadi di Labschool ramai. Saat itu cuaca tidak mendukung, dari sekolah gw pergi ke rumah Inan. Sampai di rumah Inan gw diajak oleh Inan untuk bermain PES. Gw main beberapakali tetapi gw kalahh terus karena Inan adalah "Dewa PES". Tetapi gw berhasil menang melawan Inan saat Argentina VS Russia. Setelahh itu Ghani datnang kira-kira jam 1. Setelah itu Gw,Inan dan Ghani pergi ke Taman Langsat untuk hunting. disana gw dkk berfoto, tetapi kita selalu lama menunggu karena Ghani. Setelah selesai foto di taman Langsat kami pergi ke taman Ayodia. Saat sampai tiba-tiba ada seseorang memakai helm datag menghampiri kita. Setelah itu ia berkata"Permisi ada yang punya charger gw mau foto tapi baterainya habis dan gak bawa charger". Setelah itu gw berkata"Oooo tidak bisa". Untung saja supirnya Inan menemani kita, supirnya Inan berkata" Biarin aja kayaknya dia mau mencuri", tak lama kemudian orang itu pergi. Setelah selesai kita pulang ke rumah Inan.

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Strikers vs Red Bulls in pictures.

The Fort Lauderdale Strikers played their first scrimmage yesterday at Lockhart Stadium against the New York Red Bulls. For a team that has only been working together for less than a week they played well against a Red Bulls team stacked with stars such as French forward Thierry Henry and Mexican defender Rafael Marquez. In the end the score was 2-0 in favor of the Red Bulls. Read more about the game at www.strikers.com  or go to newyorkredbulls.com
You can also read an article written by Jeff Rusnack of the Sun Sentinel 
Here is the complete game video courtesy of MLS.com:

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Following are a number of fan pictures and video:

Special thanks to Miami Ultras Mitchell Rivera for the pictures.
You can also visit the following sites and view their pictures of the Strikers vs Red Bulls game:

Portogruaro 0-1 Torino

Torino achieved their second consecutive victory after Rolando Bianchi's first half header gave the Granata all three points in a difficult away fixture against Portogruaro.

Bianchi was restored to the starting line up, at the expense of Biagio Pagano and that proved to be the right decision as he headed home Luciano Zavagno's cross to give Toro the lead. Torino restricted their hosts to half chances, and could have extended their lead as both Alessandro Pellicori and Dejan Lazarevic forced good saves from the home goalkeeper. Bianchi was substituted in the second half due to a slight calf injury, but is expected to be fit for Wednesday's home game against Atalanta. Despite this victory, Torino still find themselves outside the playoff positions because all of their immediate rivals also won, but it is only goal difference that separates them from the top six.

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Red Bulls vs Strikers preview. Copa Latina Continues.

Copa Latina continues this weekend!
The Copa Latina is South Florida’s premier amateur soccer tournament with clubs participating from all over the world, including Colombia, Argentina, Haiti, El Salvador, and many other Latin American and South American nations. Below is the schedule for this weekend’s upcoming matches:

Saturday, Feb. 26
2 PM
Chile vs. Brazil Soccer Academy
Saturday, Feb. 26
4 PM
Blue Star Honduras vs. Uruguay Broward FC
Saturday, Feb. 26
6 PM
Collier Mexico vs. Roma Honduras
Saturday, Feb. 26
8 PM
Honduras 5 Estrellas vs. New Life Brazil
Sunday, Feb. 27
1 PM
Soccer Locker Red Force vs. Seleccion Colombia
Sunday, Feb. 27
3 PM
Selección Peru vs. Colombia Real Madrid
Sunday, Feb. 27
5 PM
Peru NMB vs. Tapa Roja Colombia
Sunday, Feb. 27
7 PM
Argentina RFC vs. Seleccion Haiti

 For results and review of past games visit:

The Fort Lauderdale Strikers will host the New York Red Bulls in its first preseason game

Today the Fort Lauderdale Strikers are set to take on the New York Red Bulls this at 2:30 P.M. in a friendly match that is open and free to the public.

It will be our first look at the Strikers who started their preseason this week. It is reported that a total of 36 players are in camp from which Head Coach Daryl Shore will select the best to stay with the team that hope to bring South Florida their first NASL Championship.
“I am very pleased that our organization, the New York Red Bulls, and Lockhart Stadium were all able to work out all the details involved with allowing the match to be open to the public. Even though we are only 5 days into preseason, it’s a great opportunity for our fans to see our team compete against one of the top teams in Major League Soccer. We hope all of our fans take advantage of this free exhibition match,” said Head Coach Daryl Shore.
For more on today's free game visit www.strikers.com
The Red Bulls' roster includes former Barcelona star Thierry Henry and Mexican defender Rafa Marquez.
Following is a Video preview of the Red Bulls courtesy of MLS.com:
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For Fort Lauderdale Strikers season ticket information see the flyer below:

Friday, February 25, 2011

Portogruaro V Torino Preview

Torino will be looking to capitalise on their impressive performance against Pescara last weekend as they aim for a second consecutive victory away at Portogruaro, knowing that a win would really consolidate their playoff ambitions.

Franco Lerda will have a tough decision to make before kick off, as he will have to consider whether to start captain and top goalscorer Rolando Bianchi on the bench as he did last Saturday. Portogruaro are currently enjoying their first spell in Italy's second division, however it may be a short lived stay in Serie B, as they currently find themselves in the lower echelons of the table, and their priority for the remainder of this season will be to ensure they avoid relegation.

Fort Lauderdale Strikers vs. Red Bull New York (It's Official)

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Fort Lauderdale Strikers vs New York Red Bulls Saturday Feb 26 at 2:30 PM

Yes folk, your Fort Lauderdale Strikers will play the New York Red Bulls this Saturday Feb 26 at 2:30 pm. You don't believe us?

The Fort Lauderdale Strikers announced today that its preseason match against the New York Red Bulls is OPEN and free to the public. Kickoff is set for 2.30pm at Lockhart Stadium. Come and watch world renowned stars like Rafa Marquez, Thierry Henry and the rest of the New York Red Bulls, as they take on the Fort Lauderdale Strikers for their first ever preseason game. Remember Strikers fans February, is your last chance to secure season tickets for only $99.
Read all about it on the flyer below and here http://www.strikers.com
The Strikers also announced the signing of veterans Nicolas Platter and Adam "Batman West. (Adam is going to hate us for that nickname)

Here is the press release:
FT. LAUDERDALE, FL (February 24, 2011) - The Strikers announced today that they have signed defender Adam West and goalkeeper Nicolas Platter for the 2011 season. West was signed after participating in the inaugural NASL Combine that saw over 80 players from all over the world competing for professional contracts. Per team policy, terms of the deals have not been disclosed.
“We are happy to add two veteran players within our league to our team. Both Nic and Adam will add valuable experience to our group and we look forward to both of them helping us solidify our defensive group,” said Head Coach Daryl Shore.
West, 24, started his career at the University of Washington where he played from 2004-2006. In the spring of 2007, West was signed by the Seattle Sounders where he won the 2007 USL First Division Championship. He later signed with the Rochester Rhinos in 2010, where he made 7 appearances. West was signed after participating in the NASL Combine in Fort Lauderdale earlier this month.
Platter, 29, is a California native that began his college career at the University of California at Davis. He had a stellar career where he became the all time shutout and saves leader, for the school. Platter signed with Minnesota in 2005 and spent the first five years of his professional career making 85 appearances for the club. He signed with the Carolina Railhawks in 2010, appearing in 10 matches.
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Toro Talk : Tony Dorigo Interview

Thanks to the wonders of Twitter, this blog has been able to conduct its first interview with a former Torino player, ex England International Tony Dorigo, who played for the club in the 1997-98 season. Enjoy!

Hi Tony, you are currently working in the media side of football at the moment, Have you ever been tempted to become a manager?
Not when I retired, that was the last thing on my mind. But the more media work I do, the idea of getting back in the game sounds an option.

So, how did a Melbourne born England International end up signing for Torino?
I always wanted to play in Italy as I thought it would suit my style. There was talk of me going to Bari (from Aston Villa) at the same time as David Platt and that would have been a good age to go. Unfortunately that didn't work out and I thought I had missed the chance until Graeme Souness became the Torino manager. He tried to sign me several times for Glasgow Rangers from Chelsea, this time it did work out and I got my Italian experience albeit late in my career.

Were you weary about moving to Italy, and especially leaving the Premier League to play in the Italian second division, Serie B?
Yes and no. I had a few injuries which meant I lost my England place and at 31/32 years old I thought I could have a few years in Italy to finish, get Torino to Serie A, and then a couple more years and that would have been a nice way to end.

Did you know much about Torino's distinguished history before signing or were you made aware of it whilst you were at the club?
A little as my father is Italian, although I didn't realise how much of a powerhouse they were in the era of supplying 10 of the 11 players for the national team.

What are your memories of the Torino fans, and their rivalry with Juventus ?, Do you wish you could have played in a derby match?
They were great, the atmosphere was wonderful even though the Delle Alpi didn't lend itself to the greatest of atmospheres. They live and breathe the club and I would have loved to have played in a derby.

As one of the few successful English players to ply their trade in Italy, Do you think it would be beneficial for more English players to experience playing abroad?
Definitely, it is a wonderful experience and you come into contact with more styles/players that can only add to your game. I am glad you said successful because I am very proud that I was voted player of the for the only season I was there! I also won this award at Villa, Chelsea, Leeds (Championship winning year) and Torino - these are all fans awards and so mean that much more!

Unfortunately I'm going to have to ask about the missed penalty in the Playoff Final against Perugia, how did your team mates and the fans react to you afterwards?  Did their reaction help you get over it?
They were all great, I obviously desperately wanted a different outcome but that's football and all of the players and staff were very supportive. Unfortunately I went straight to Sardinia on holiday and when I check in and said "Dorigo" the response I got was : "I thought it was you, you missed the penalty!!" Haha, can see the funny side now...

Whilst perhaps not comparable with winning the league title with Leeds, or playing in the 1990 World Cup with England, what did winning Torino's player of the season award in your first season mean to you ?
Ah, answered a bit of this above - a great and cherished honour and a wonderful memento of a short Italian experience.

Sadly, you left Torino after playing just one season,  I understand it was due to the financial constraints at the club that led to you leaving, did you have any options to stay in Italy before joining Derby?
I was very disappointed, it came about as I was ready to board the plane for pre season training with Torino. Yes, there was an Italian option but unfortunately I had to go through a legal process first which meant I couldn't sign for anyone for a month or two. Then Derby came in for me and all the family were already based back in England, so I signed a 2 year deal back to the Premiership.

Although it is now more difficult to follow Torino's fortunes since they were relegated to Serie B, do you try and look out for their results, and do you keep in touch with any of your old team mates ?
I do look out for their results and it still seems difficult to be a Torino fan! I kept in touch a little with Massimo Ficcadenti (my room mate) and it's great to see him at Cesena, I really hope he keeps Cesena up. Also (Edy) Reja is doing great at Lazio but the language is now mostly forgotten so not so easy to communicate. When Massimo called it was like listening to a machine gun !

I would like to once again thank Tony for taking the time out to answer these questions, and you can follow Tony on Twitter Here.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Ain't no love at Lockhart

It was a sunny Wednesday afternoon in Ft. Lauderdale Florida when the New York Redbulls played against the Chicago Fire. Everyone who is anyone in the soccer world was there, but due to mis-communication between the Red Bulls front office and Lockhart personnel, some of them had just a little trouble getting in the door. Here's a rundown:

Eventually got in-
Fernando Clavijo - Director of soccer, Ft. Lauderdale Strikers

The Hall of fame soccer player and Strikers Director of Soccer was reported to have needed to wait for clearance to enter the stadium after the not so knowledgeable staff member refused his entry. Reliable sources say he was waiting about 20 minutes for his entry.

Martyn Lancaster - Defender, Ft Lauderdale Strikers
After about 5 minutes of waiting, he was allowed to enter Lockhart stadium (His home pitch) only under the Supervision of Miguel Lopez.

Couldn't Leave:
Bryan Arguez - Midfielder, Ft. Lauderdale Strikers

After waiting for a minute or two, another fan and I tried to help him squeeze through a locked gate. He was unsuccessful, however the fan had better luck squeezing through to sneak in.

No Reentry:
This list will get extensive, so Ill make it brief. The bus driver for the Fire was stuck outside after going to get lunch. Thomas Rongen brought some friends to the game, and were stuck outside after taking a brief trip to their car. A players agent of an unnamed Strikers player left his phone in the car... Oops.

Kyle "Trainwreck" Kaly - Blogger/Hooligan, Miami Ultras

The ONLY Ultra to be repeatedly thrown out of games was not even given a chance to get in.

Kartik Krishnaiyer - NASL Representative
Being friends with the PR Director for the Chicago Fire apparently didn't play out as well as hoped today when the security brought up that it was the Red Bull's call.

This seems to be a common issue with the "Mecca" of U.S. Soccer, Lockhart Stadium. HOWEVER, further issues will be addressed and fixed so HOPEFULLY this will never happen again.

Mockup Magazine Awards for 2010

Last week were presented the awards for 2010. I was nominated in four categories from a total of eight. Unfortunately I didn't had any nomination in the best kit (home, away or third), but I manged to win for the best blog and the best retro design. In the other two categories where I was nominated I was the second, for the best mockapeiros and for the most creative design. I'm very satisfied with the result, this mean that my work is not in vain and there are lots of people who likes my work. Many thanks to the organizers of the competition, to the people who nominated me and to all who visit my blogs. Also I want to congratulate to all the winners in the other categories. I will present the pages from the 7th edition of the Mockup Magazine and also the medals.
The golden medal for the best blog category:The golden medal for the best retro mockup (kit design) category:
The silver medal for the best mockapeiros (kit designer) category:
The silver medal for the most creativ mockup (kit design) category:

Stupid Futbol tricks that work by Burrito

Hola amigos! Burrito, your favorite and only blogging chihuahua mix futbol fan here with the latest stupid futbol video. This one is approved by Chuck Norris! ---->
Si, here is something not to do while playing Futbol. This young Chileno player must have gone to the Cristiano Ronaldo school of acting! In the following clip you see what a pendejo this carnal really is... It is in Spanish pero no problemo just look at the video:
The ref fell for it and called the foul!
Next week Burrito bring you another "Stupid Futbol tricks that work" Hasta los huevos!

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Fort Lauderdale Strikers vs. Red Bull New York

According to Red Bull New York's website, their preseason schedules includes a stop right here in sunny Fort Lauderdale. Apparently they got here yesterday.

A scrimmage of sorts is set for Wednesday against the Chicago Fire, but surprisingly enough a Saturday date is slotted against Miami FC. I guess Red Bull New York hasn't gotten the memo yet, we're the Fort Lauderdale Strikers now.

Any news on this, who is going, where is it and when do I show up?

I'd rather be playing the Cosmos but they don't have a team, just a bunch of celebrities sitting on thrones.

SF Soccer news: MLS Miami, Strikers sign Arguez, WPS and more.

This week we start with MLS Miami expansion news as ESPN is reporting that MLS to Miami might be closer than we thought.
Talk is heating up that Beckham will, when his contract expires after this season, execute the clause in his contract that allows him to purchase an MLS expansion team, and that Miami is the best bet. British tabloid People last month reported Beckham “will be offered a chance” to make Miami the league's 20th team, in part because a clause in his contract won't allow him to invest in teams in Los Angeles or New York.
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The Freedom will be moving to South Florida according to the Palm Beach Post. The name of the team will change, for now they are being called  "MagicJack’s Washington Freedom". The team will likely play out of Boca Raton at Florida Atlantic University.
The Women's Professional Soccer league released its season schedule on Thursday and it contained this little nugget:
The home venue for magicJack’s Washington Freedom will be Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida. The team might play one or two of its home games in the Washington, D.C. area. “
Read more and get the game schedule HERE

South Florida's only professional soccer team the Fort Lauderdale Strikers have just announced the signing of Bryan Arguez.
“We are happy to bring Bryan back from Portugal to join our team,” states Strikers Head Coach Daryl Shore. “Well feel like he will add a great presence in our midfield and are happy to have him on board for the 2011 season.”
 Arguez, a South Florida native, began his career with the United States U-17 team in 2005 and continued on with the U-20 team and became the eventual eleventh overall pick in the 2007 MLS SuperDraft.  Later in 2007, Arguez signed with Hertha BSC of the German Bundesliga where he played for one season. Arguez was later named to the U.S. roster for the 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Canada and again for the FIFA U-20World Cup in Egypt, scoring a goal against Cameroon.
The Strikers have also started their preseason practices HERE is a report of day #1.
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