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Man U new kit

I like it.

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It was fun.

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Eye Candy

To the ladies…

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Durian Craving

Craving for this…

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Synopsis:

Battling the onslaught of a life threatening stage of diabetics, an entire board of unsupportive officials ready to oust him, a record of 12 years of Malaysian football supremacy, Uncle Choo defiantly returns to Singapore football scene in 1977 for one last short at restoring Nationalistic pride.

Uncle Choo was one unorthodox gem of a coach, regimental, courageous, determined and very imposing. He was bold, quietly confident: always believing that he and his nurtured team can accomplish milestone though with limited resources in every department. His undying love for the game and his role as a coach whom, few will would ever understand.

Armed with legendary players like Quah Kim Song, Rajagopal, Samad, Mat Noh, Dollah Kassim, uncle sets out an impossible journey to remind his fellow countrymen of what it meant to be Singaporean.

This is a tale about sheer grit, unbreakable will and his deep passion, unyielding struggle with society and oneself, to finally achieve glory for one’s nation through football and coined one legacy unwittingly, known to all as ‘The Kallang Roar’ which is of nothing to himself at the end of it.

Review:

At first, my impression of local football movie would be usually crappy ( Remember One Leg Kicking?) and buying this show is merely a show of support for football,not for Singapore football.

However, after completing the movie, i must say it is really exciting and a good documentation of Singapore football in the 1970s. Fond memories of the Malaysian cups during the 1990s have surfaced up where i started watching soccer from there, supporting the local heros.

Support your local football, dare to dream for the World Cup, only that we will have our own Pele.

The spirits goes on for Singapore football! National stadium- The Lion’s Den

My favorite quote in the movie (loudly shouted)

UNTUK BANGSA DAN NEGARA

MAJULAH!

In English

FOR MY PEOPLE AND MY COUNTRY

ONWARD!


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Really something special to flash out of your wallet…

http://www.highsnobiety.com/news/2009/06/05/bearbrick-credit-cards/

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Wii Black

Damn! It is so sexy…time to get one???

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Nintendo “Kuro” Wii

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