Tuesday, November 06, 2007

AFCSM: Digest Number 2442

For supporters of ARSENAL FC in Malaysia

Messages In This Digest (15 Messages)

1a.
Re: Arsenal in Bangkok photo album From: SAMURAI ghost
2a.
Re: Arsenal-ManU 2-2 From: Sigi vanilli
2b.
Re: Arsenal-ManU 2-2 From: masgo
2c.
Re: Arsenal-ManU 2-2 From: Clementwyh
2d.
Re: Arsenal-ManU 2-2 From: Azlan Shah
3a.
Re: Feedback on Rick's Cafe From: K. Anand
3b.
Re: Feedback on Rick's Cafe From: Choong Chee Chew (DHL MY)
3c.
Re: Feedback on Rick's Cafe From: Berg Battusai
3d.
Re: Feedback on Rick's Cafe From: Sukumar Krishnan (FXMHQ MYS)
3e.
Re: Feedback on Rick's Cafe From: Abdul manaf, Ahmad Naim (A.)
4a.
Carling Cup Round 5 From: K.Anand
4b.
Re: Carling Cup Round 5 From: Sigi vanilli
4c.
Re: Carling Cup Round 5 From: Joshua317
5a.
Re: Which 3 teams do you want to see relegated? From: Sigi vanilli
6.
Sourpuss backs leaking Blatter From: Joshua317

Messages

1a.

Re: Arsenal in Bangkok photo album

Posted by: "SAMURAI ghost" samurai.ghost.fc@gmail.com   samurai_ghost

Mon Nov 5, 2007 3:26 am (PST)

Hi Gunners,

I'll like to share some photos of Arsenal Flagship store at Phuket,
Thailand.

Yes, there have Arsenal store at Phuket also.

Sigh, why no Arsenal store in M'sia?

http://shw.fotopages.com/15999588/Arsenal-Flagship-Store-Jungceylon.html
http://shw.fotopages.com/15999590.html
http://shw.fotopages.com/15999593.html
http://shw.fotopages.com/15999595.html

- SAMURAI ghost

On 11/4/07, K. Anand <anand_k_pillai@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
>
> Hi fellow Gooners,
>
> Do check out this link for a new photo album I created on our mailing list
> with photos of Arsenal's official shop in Bangkok.
>
> http://sports.ph.groups.yahoo.com/group/arsenal-my/photos/browse/b22f
>
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2a.

Re: Arsenal-ManU 2-2

Posted by: "Sigi vanilli" sigivanilli@yahoo.co.uk   sigivanilli

Mon Nov 5, 2007 3:29 am (PST)

Dear Suku

We can't point the finger to the ref at all, as he has done the right thing in awarding us a legitimate goal scored by Gallas on the dying minutes, the most important decision of all compared to awarding Andy a yellow card.
As for I am in the opinion as overall Webb has done a fantastic job compared to his previous game at Liverpool and the likes of Mike Riley and Steven Bennet.

Ah Feng has no reason to complain or moan abt the late goals, on neutral point of view, there are no important decision went against him and the goal scored was within the added time.

Most of us do feel disgrunted we have not won the matches instead conceeding silly goals. Almunia has probably learned a lession of being a clown and doing stupid things that caused the team especially in the second goal. We can't afford to conceed silly goals like this.
That is part of the game and we have to accept it end of the day as fans
Adios


"Sukumar Krishnan (FXMHQ MYS)" <sukumar.krishnan@mys.fujixerox.com> wrote:
Once again Alex Ferguson is starting his useless comments and ranting,

All I can say is............. get over it fergie......u had lots of decisions go your
way and also your fair share of luck esp the first goal.
Which I feel should never have been scored,

in fact a freekick should have been given for a foul on Hleb.

Once again he has started to say referees are "anti" Man United
Rubbish, I hope that the FA should looks into his comments.

Fergie I think should be spending his time giving his defenders the
hair dryer treatment after twice losing the lead at the emirates

Fergie was also saying we played route one football?? Pumped ball into the box????
I like the sound of that. it shows that we've learned to incorporate every aspect
of football into our game in order to win.

As for refereees being influenced at the emirates, What about no penalties at Old Trafford
about time u had the table turned on u,

Fergie has to remember what goes round comes around,
He Just cannot accept that his team had been turned over

He has to understand that this arsenal team has a never say die attitude,
and I beleive THAT is the hallmark of champions.

I think Arsenal were robbed by Webb of all 3 points, they played the better football,
had 2 very good penalty shouts denied by Webb, 1 hand ball and one more shirt pulling in the box

Fergie's a great manager but still has not learned to stop moaning,
when his team are out played and out thought.

Howard Webb I still cannot understand why he did not give Anderson a yellow card,
as Anderson was trying to get the ref to book an Arsenal player
which the FA have told refs to clamp down on.

Talking to many people the general consensus was that the ref,
was a little bit in United's favour.

He did not do a very good job he was giving United more than he should have.
Yet again, there won't be much done by the FA as they don't like to punish Fergie.
If it had been Wenger then you can be sure there would be at the very least a fine for him out of it.

Just My 2 Cents Worth

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2b.

Re: Arsenal-ManU 2-2

Posted by: "masgo" masgo@yahoo.com   masgo

Mon Nov 5, 2007 8:02 am (PST)

Hey clement,

Good 1 man......i really liked reading ur e mail of all the lot cos yours had a real sense of humour in it....what can you expect from an asshole who is the manager of a Low Cost club kah kah kah......got an idea...... why not we form a ihatefergie.com website.... and you know something remember the time he came out celebrating for a shot that went wide.....why that bastard...if i cud i like to spit on his f.......face......

Clementwyh <clementwyh@gmail.com> wrote:
I am sure u guys read today�s star. Fussguson complain referee side the home
team and that just before Arsenal score the 2nd goal there was a foul.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA�.

What AN idiot of a coach. He forgot that Hleb was brought down having his
jersey pulled in the box and that should have been a penalty. He forgot
Manure 1st goal was more of an own goal by Gallas albeit Gallas is not to be
blamed. He forgot there was apparent foul on Rosiisky just before Manure 1st
goal. BOOHOOOHOO what a whiner Fussguson is.

As usual Manure played their usual game, abusive, bully, arrogant, gangster
like living up to their name as the red devils. A friend asked me where is
Manure in Carling cup. Hohohoho hahaha�they played their young team trying
to copy Arsenal but they kalah , kalah, kalah. Hahahahaha.

2c.

Re: Arsenal-ManU 2-2

Posted by: "Clementwyh" clementwyh@gmail.com   clemmei

Mon Nov 5, 2007 4:35 pm (PST)

Hmmm… I am afraid then we would be kept so busy hunting devils that we have
no time to write about the great gunners. Syabas, tahniah…we are proving to
the whole world what champions are like without bullying, harassing, just
pure football.

_____

From: arsenal-my@yahoogroups.com [mailto:arsenal-my@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of masgo
Sent: Monday, November 05, 2007 11:01 PM
To: arsenal-my@yahoogroups.com
Subject: RE: AFCSM: Arsenal-ManU 2-2

Hey clement,

Good 1 man......i really liked reading ur e mail of all the lot cos yours
had a real sense of humour in it....what can you expect from an asshole who
is the manager of a Low Cost club kah kah kah......got an idea...... why not
we form a ihatefergie.-com website.... and you know something remember the
time he came out celebrating for a shot that went wide.....why that
bastard...if i cud i like to spit on his f.......face.-.....

Clementwyh <HYPERLINK "mailto:clementwyh%40gmail.com"clementwyh@gmail.-com>
wrote:
I am sure u guys read today�s star. Fussguson complain referee side the
home
team and that just before Arsenal score the 2nd goal there was a foul.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH-AHA�.

What AN idiot of a coach. He forgot that Hleb was brought down having his
jersey pulled in the box and that should have been a penalty. He forgot
Manure 1st goal was more of an own goal by Gallas albeit Gallas is not to be
blamed. He forgot there was apparent foul on Rosiisky just before Manure 1st
goal. BOOHOOOHOO what a whiner Fussguson is.

As usual Manure played their usual game, abusive, bully, arrogant, gangster
like living up to their name as the red devils. A friend asked me where is
Manure in Carling cup. Hohohoho hahaha�they played their young team trying
to copy Arsenal but they kalah , kalah, kalah. Hahahahaha.

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2d.

Re: Arsenal-ManU 2-2

Posted by: "Azlan Shah" distort_soul@yahoo.com   distort_soul

Mon Nov 5, 2007 10:53 pm (PST)

As Anand was mentioning about the third international kit, you can actually purchase it online from UK. Some sites do offer free delivery nationwide, some even gave massive discounts :-)

Send instant messages to your online friends http://uk.messenger.yahoo.com

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3a.

Re: Feedback on Rick's Cafe

Posted by: "K. Anand" anand_k_pillai@yahoo.co.uk   anand_k_pillai

Mon Nov 5, 2007 4:26 am (PST)

Dear Suku,

In all fairness, the Bangsar Seafood management are very supportive, and if only a bit more thought and planning had gone into the weekend of ARSENAL v Manure at least a couple of weeks beforehand, the club could have scheduled the match to be shown in the lawn area, where we watched the matches last season.

Everyone knew this was going to be the big match for The GUNNERS this season, and with the club perfoming so great and being TOP of the Table, supporters, and fans ;-), alike will show up!

The open lawn area is a much bigger space, not to mention with great viewing angles for everyone.

This event would have been even more successful, and a dinner spread (like last season) could've been added to the night I'm sure.

That way no confusion about billing as well, since people would've paid when buying the drinks and/or food.

Just my two Baht's worth! :-)

Thanks. Take care and God bless.

Regards,
Anand

GOONER for Life!

"Sukumar Krishnan (FXMHQ MYS)" <sukumar.krishnan@mys.fujixerox.com> wrote: Embi,
Thanks for the feedback in fact I have informed the management of
Rick's Cafe of the few games where we will need more tables
his reply is they do not have extra tables, I will speak to the
Bangsar Seafood manager on this matter (they are the Parent Company)

In fact Saturday afternoon I dropped by and reminded that we will have a bigger crowd,
Before the match I saw a group waiting outside for seating, I reminded the waiters to
look for more tables but they were not able to and the group left to go elsewhere.

As for Arsenal flags we can bring it over and put it up before the game,
I am getting my poster supplier to do an A Board with the words
" Rick's Cafe - Meeting Place for Arsenal Football Club Malaysia "

The guy wearing the MU jersey followed a group of Arsenal fans
in fact his Arsenal buddy called me a few days earlier to ask if he can bring an MU fan
Of course I said yes we will not stop anyone,
believe me I am sure he was more out of place than anyone there.

Other supporters walk in when they see earlier matches being telecast on the big screen
not to worry we have priority over the channels to be shown, even if there are very few of us present

I also was not happy with the very slow and wrong billing, for future games I have instructed them.
To bill immediately after serving the drinks or food. I dont want AFCSM to be blamed if someone
forgets to pay and leaves.

Guys, if anyone else has any feedback pls do not hesitate to inform me
Regards,
Sukumar


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3b.

Re: Feedback on Rick's Cafe

Posted by: "Choong Chee Chew (DHL MY)" choong.chee.chew@dhl.com   beandybean

Mon Nov 5, 2007 5:13 pm (PST)

i was there and left when there Are No tables
Suggest we bring our own chair next time.

________________________________

From: arsenal-my@yahoogroups.com [mailto:arsenal-my@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of Sukumar Krishnan (FXMHQ MYS)
Sent: Monday, November 05, 2007 3:08 PM
To: arsenal-my@yahoogroups.com
Subject: AFCSM: Feedback on Rick's Cafe

Embi,
Thanks for the feedback in fact I have informed the management of
Rick's Cafe of the few games where we will need more tables
his reply is they do not have extra tables, I will speak to the
Bangsar Seafood manager on this matter (they are the Parent Company)

In fact Saturday afternoon I dropped by and reminded that we will have a
bigger crowd,
Before the match I saw a group waiting outside for seating, I reminded
the waiters to
look for more tables but they were not able to and the group left to go
elsewhere.

As for Arsenal flags we can bring it over and put it up before the game,

I am getting my poster supplier to do an A Board with the words
" Rick's Cafe - Meeting Place for Arsenal Football Club Malaysia "

The guy wearing the MU jersey followed a group of Arsenal fans
in fact his Arsenal buddy called me a few days earlier to ask if he can
bring an MU fan
Of course I said yes we will not stop anyone,
believe me I am sure he was more out of place than anyone there.

Other supporters walk in when they see earlier matches being telecast on
the big screen
not to worry we have priority over the channels to be shown, even if
there are very few of us present

I also was not happy with the very slow and wrong billing, for future
games I have instructed them.
To bill immediately after serving the drinks or food. I dont want AFCSM
to be blamed if someone
forgets to pay and leaves.

Guys, if anyone else has any feedback pls do not hesitate to inform me
Regards,
Sukumar

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3c.

Re: Feedback on Rick's Cafe

Posted by: "Berg Battusai" aeroberg@gmail.com   kinfai01

Mon Nov 5, 2007 6:35 pm (PST)

you were there? .....sigh...would've loved to have a healthy banter with
ya.....

On 06/11/2007, Choong Chee Chew (DHL MY) <choong.chee.chew@dhl.com> wrote:
>
> i was there and left when there Are No tables
> Suggest we bring our own chair next time.
>
> ________________________________
>
> From: arsenal-my@yahoogroups.com <arsenal-my%40yahoogroups.com> [mailto:
> arsenal-my@yahoogroups.com <arsenal-my%40yahoogroups.com>] On
> Behalf Of Sukumar Krishnan (FXMHQ MYS)
> Sent: Monday, November 05, 2007 3:08 PM
> To: arsenal-my@yahoogroups.com <arsenal-my%40yahoogroups.com>
> Subject: AFCSM: Feedback on Rick's Cafe
>
> Embi,
> Thanks for the feedback in fact I have informed the management of
> Rick's Cafe of the few games where we will need more tables
> his reply is they do not have extra tables, I will speak to the
> Bangsar Seafood manager on this matter (they are the Parent Company)
>
> In fact Saturday afternoon I dropped by and reminded that we will have a
> bigger crowd,
> Before the match I saw a group waiting outside for seating, I reminded
> the waiters to
> look for more tables but they were not able to and the group left to go
> elsewhere.
>
> As for Arsenal flags we can bring it over and put it up before the game,
>
> I am getting my poster supplier to do an A Board with the words
> " Rick's Cafe - Meeting Place for Arsenal Football Club Malaysia "
>
> The guy wearing the MU jersey followed a group of Arsenal fans
> in fact his Arsenal buddy called me a few days earlier to ask if he can
> bring an MU fan
> Of course I said yes we will not stop anyone,
> believe me I am sure he was more out of place than anyone there.
>
> Other supporters walk in when they see earlier matches being telecast on
> the big screen
> not to worry we have priority over the channels to be shown, even if
> there are very few of us present
>
> I also was not happy with the very slow and wrong billing, for future
> games I have instructed them.
> To bill immediately after serving the drinks or food. I dont want AFCSM
> to be blamed if someone
> forgets to pay and leaves.
>
> Guys, if anyone else has any feedback pls do not hesitate to inform me
> Regards,
> Sukumar
>
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
>
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
>
>
>

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3d.

Re: Feedback on Rick's Cafe

Posted by: "Sukumar Krishnan (FXMHQ MYS)" sukumar.krishnan@mys.fujixerox.com   sk2myks

Mon Nov 5, 2007 7:09 pm (PST)

Guys,
Sorry when I asked for feedback
my message should have said " Guys, if anyone else has any WORKABLE, LOGICAL OR INTELLIGENT feedback pls do not hesitate to inform me''

-----Original Message-----
From: arsenal-my@yahoogroups.com [mailto:arsenal-my@yahoogroups.com]On Behalf Of Choong Chee Chew (DHL MY)
Sent: Tuesday, November 06, 2007 9:07 AM
To: arsenal-my@yahoogroups.comSubject: RE: AFCSM: Feedback on Rick's Cafe
i was there and left when there Are No tables
Suggest we bring our own chair next time.

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3e.

Re: Feedback on Rick's Cafe

Posted by: "Abdul manaf, Ahmad Naim (A.)" aabdulma@volvocars.com   ahmadnaim80

Mon Nov 5, 2007 10:54 pm (PST)

aiyo...I'll surrender my chair for u if u want to stay with us dat
nite...


________________________________

From: arsenal-my@yahoogroups.com [mailto:arsenal-my@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of Choong Chee Chew (DHL MY)
Sent: 06 November 2007 9:07
To: arsenal-my@yahoogroups.com
Subject: RE: AFCSM: Feedback on Rick's Cafe

i was there and left when there Are No tables
Suggest we bring our own chair next time.

________________________________

From: arsenal-my@yahoogroups.com <mailto:arsenal-my%40yahoogroups.com>
[mailto:arsenal-my@yahoogroups.com <mailto:arsenal-my%40yahoogroups.com>
] On
Behalf Of Sukumar Krishnan (FXMHQ MYS)
Sent: Monday, November 05, 2007 3:08 PM
To: arsenal-my@yahoogroups.com <mailto:arsenal-my%40yahoogroups.com>
Subject: AFCSM: Feedback on Rick's Cafe

Embi,
Thanks for the feedback in fact I have informed the management of
Rick's Cafe of the few games where we will need more tables
his reply is they do not have extra tables, I will speak to the
Bangsar Seafood manager on this matter (they are the Parent Company)

In fact Saturday afternoon I dropped by and reminded that we will have a
bigger crowd,
Before the match I saw a group waiting outside for seating, I reminded
the waiters to
look for more tables but they were not able to and the group left to go
elsewhere.

As for Arsenal flags we can bring it over and put it up before the game,

I am getting my poster supplier to do an A Board with the words
" Rick's Cafe - Meeting Place for Arsenal Football Club Malaysia "

The guy wearing the MU jersey followed a group of Arsenal fans
in fact his Arsenal buddy called me a few days earlier to ask if he can
bring an MU fan
Of course I said yes we will not stop anyone,
believe me I am sure he was more out of place than anyone there.

Other supporters walk in when they see earlier matches being telecast on
the big screen
not to worry we have priority over the channels to be shown, even if
there are very few of us present

I also was not happy with the very slow and wrong billing, for future
games I have instructed them.
To bill immediately after serving the drinks or food. I dont want AFCSM
to be blamed if someone
forgets to pay and leaves.

Guys, if anyone else has any feedback pls do not hesitate to inform me
Regards,
Sukumar

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4a.

Carling Cup Round 5

Posted by: "K.Anand" anand.k.pillai@gmail.com   anand_k_pillai

Mon Nov 5, 2007 8:00 am (PST)

Dear fellow Gooners,

The following are the details for Arsenal's next Carling Cup match :

Carling Cup Round 5

Blackburn Rovers v Arsenal

Tuesday 18th December 2007

Kick off 8pm (4am, Wednesday 19th December)

The match should be Live on Astro SuperSports like the last match, because
it is also going to be Live on Sky TV in UK.

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4b.

Re: Carling Cup Round 5

Posted by: "Sigi vanilli" sigivanilli@yahoo.co.uk   sigivanilli

Mon Nov 5, 2007 10:54 pm (PST)


We are facing the biggest cannibal barbarian players "Bakar Hitam" again this season. I am keeping my fingers crossed hoping none of our player gets injured.

"K.Anand" <anand.k.pillai@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear fellow Gooners,

The following are the details for Arsenal's next Carling Cup match :

Carling Cup Round 5

Blackburn Rovers v Arsenal

Tuesday 18th December 2007

Kick off 8pm (4am, Wednesday 19th December)

The match should be Live on Astro SuperSports like the last match, because
it is also going to be Live on Sky TV in UK.

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4c.

Re: Carling Cup Round 5

Posted by: "Joshua317" joshua317@yahoo.com   joshua317

Tue Nov 6, 2007 1:04 am (PST)

Arsenal hardly ever get a nice weak opponent. Blackburn was a
certainty actually.. we could see it coming even before the draw.
Strange heh? Footy premonitions.

--- In arsenal-my@yahoogroups.com, K.Anand <anand.k.pillai@...> wrote:
>
> Dear fellow Gooners,
>
> The following are the details for Arsenal's next Carling Cup match :
>
> Carling Cup Round 5
>
> Blackburn Rovers v Arsenal
>
> Tuesday 18th December 2007
>
> Kick off 8pm (4am, Wednesday 19th December)
>
>
> The match should be Live on Astro SuperSports like the last match,
because
> it is also going to be Live on Sky TV in UK.
>
>
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
>

5a.

Re: Which 3 teams do you want to see relegated?

Posted by: "Sigi vanilli" sigivanilli@yahoo.co.uk   sigivanilli

Mon Nov 5, 2007 10:55 pm (PST)

By obvious candidate is Derby


Joshua317 <joshua317@yahoo.com> wrote:
Okay gooners,
The season is only a quarter but the bottom of the table looks very
interesting.

I know at least one team will be the instant default answer
(err..Spurs) and the other 2 teams?

For me:
1. Spurs (default)
2. Bolton (hate their style of play and Dioff)
3. Sunderland (hate Keano & would be nice to grab their goalkeeper)

Yours?

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6.

Sourpuss backs leaking Blatter

Posted by: "Joshua317" joshua317@yahoo.com   joshua317

Tue Nov 6, 2007 1:11 am (PST)

Top story from Soccernet: Fergie backs Blatter for a minimum local
players in each EPL team and says Arsenal will protest the loudest..

Sideshow/mind games already started.

But think about it a moment. How will our dear Old Devil fare with
that rule?
Apart from Rooney, which other players are world-class and English in
the current squad?

Rio (getting old), Brown (not good enough), O'Shea (isnt he Irish and
crap?), Hargreves (mediocre), Carrick (even worst).

It would be nice if Fergie walk the talk by fielding all british
players to prove his point that they could win the EPL without
Ronaldo, Tevez, Van De Sar, Nani, Anderson, Vidic and Evra.

In a few years time, I am sure if Blatter has his way, Arsenal will be
prepared for it as he usually does anyway. Remember the UEFA rule on
minimum home grown players? Wenger had already brilliantly prepared
for that.

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