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The Sport Review: “FIFA chief hails introduction of new transfer system” plus 5 more

Posted: 30 Sep 2010 12:05 AM PDT

The Sport Review: “FIFA chief hails introduction of new transfer system” plus 5 more

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FIFA chief hails introduction of new transfer system

Posted: 29 Sep 2010 03:34 PM PDT

sepp blatter

FIFA president Sepp Blatter has hailed the introduction of a new internet-based transfer system as an “historic moment for football”.

The Transfer Matching System requires both clubs involved in a player’s move to enter a number details of payments and contracts online before a deal can be authorised.

The two clubs must enter the same information or face the prospect of the transfer being blocked the governing body.

FIFA claim the system, which replaces its paper-based equivalent and has been trialled for two years in 18 countries, will make “international transfers quicker, smoother and, most importantly, more transparent”.

“This is a historic moment for football,” said Blatter. “TMS is a relatively simple online system but it will have a tremendous impact on the international transfer of players.

“The most important thing is that it increases the transparency of individual transactions and helps us to tackle issues such as the fight against money laundering and the protection of minors in transfers.”

Over 30 pieces of information must be entered into the system such as club details, all payments including the amount, timing and bank details, and solidarity payments to previous clubs.

Roy Hogdson opts to rest Steven Gerrard for Utrecht trip

Posted: 29 Sep 2010 03:04 PM PDT

steven gerrard

UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE, 30 September 2010
FC Utrecht
Liverpool

Steven Gerrard has not travelled to Holland for Liverpool’s Europa League clash with FC Utrecht on Thursday night.

Liverpool boss Roy Hodgson said: “Steven Gerrard we're sparing because he has a lot of games and we're always concerned that if he plays three games in a week we might lose him for a longer period. Luckily we have quite a few options in midfield.

"Gerrard was the only one of our first-team squad that we discussed in terms of should he or shouldn't he play and that has to do with the fact he suffers from back pain.”

Jamie Carragher is expected to be handed the captain's armband in the absence of the rested Liverpool skipper while Daniel Agger also misses out.

Fernando Torres has travelled, though Hodgson may chose to leave the Spain striker on the bench and start David N'Gog, who scored a brace in Liverpool's last Europa League fixture against Steaua Bucharest.

Dirk Kuyt, who returned from injury in the Reds' 2-2 draw with Sunderland on Saturday, is set to face his former club and is looking forward to the occasion.

“It means a lot to go back,” said Kuyt. “They are the club that gave me the opportunity to play professional football.

“I had five years there and really enjoyed it. I was really happy for the opportunity they gave me.

“I don’t know a lot of players there now. There are just two or three that still play for the team, but I also know a few guys who work at the club so it’ll be nice to go back and see them.”

He added: “We want to get a result. If we beat Utrecht in Utrecht, it will be great because we would have six points in the group already and we would almost be in the next round.

“We work every day with this team and know we have the quality. It’s just a matter of time until we get results.”

Cluj win crucial to our season, says Roma captain Totti

Posted: 29 Sep 2010 02:26 PM PDT

francesco totti

Francesco Totti believes Roma’s Champions League victory over Cluj will help the Serie A side recover from their inconsistent start to the season.

Strikes from Philippe Mexes and Marco Borriello either side of the 70th-minute mark helped Claudio Ranieri’s men secure a 2-1 success over their Romanian opponents in the Group E clash at the Stadio Olimpico.

The result comes after a moral-boosting league win over reigning Italian champions Inter Milan last weekend.

Roma had failed to win any of their opening five games this season, including a disappointing 2-0 reversal against Bayern Munich in their first European match of the 2010-11 campaign.

However, their success over Cluj has propelled the Italian side to second in Group E behind last year’s beaten finalists.

“Beating Cluj was an important result for everything and everyone,” said Totti. “(They are) three crucial points that bring us fully into play in our Champions League group.”

He added: “In football the best medicine is always the win.”

Jermaine Defoe hoping to end his career in North London

Posted: 29 Sep 2010 04:18 AM PDT

jermaine defoe

Jermaine Defoe has emphasised his desire to play out the remainder of his career with Tottenham.

The England international first signed for Spurs in 2003 and stayed at White Hart Lane for four seasons before moving south to join Portsmouth.

The 27-year-old then returned to North East London when former Pompey boss Harry Redknapp was appointed as Juande Ramos’ replacement in the Autumn 2008.

“Everything about the club tells you they are going in the right direction and I want to remain a part of that,” Defoe told the Daily Mirror.

“You’d have to crazy not to want to stay a part of that. So yes, I want to stay for the rest of my career because I believe Tottenham will go on to establish themselves in the top four under Harry.”

The striker has scored 169 goals and has earned 44 caps for England, scoring an impressive hat-trick against Bulgaria last month at Wembley.

Tottenham’s number ten was ruled out for three months after suffering an injury on England duty earlier this month.

Nadal leads men’s elite towards Tour Finals in London

Posted: 29 Sep 2010 03:32 AM PDT

rafael nadal

It's hard courts all the way for the rest of the ATP tour and, although the Grand Slams are all done and dusted, it's still all to play for.

The top dozen men in tennis are vying, through seven weeks of echoing, fast-paced action, for a place in tennis's season-ending climax in London: the World Tour Finals.

With barely time to draw breath after the arduous US Open Series, the players have appeared on the other side of the world for the South-East Asian swing. This means three tough weeks that take in five tournaments, including two ATP 500s and the Shanghai Masters.

What the oriental season lacks in length it more than makes up for in glamour. This week, the action is in Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok, and next week the men choose between Beijing or Tokyo. Then they converge on Shanghai for the newest Masters on the tour, the only one outside Europe and North America, and the current ATP Masters 1000 Tournament of the Year.

For some, however, the points they win in these sky-scraping cities carry far more weight than for others.

Rafael Nadal stands atop the men's rankings like a colossus, almost 5,000 points clear of the field. He is guaranteed to be world No1 at least until Monte Carlo next spring without lifting a finger. He has already assured his place both at the WTFs and as the year-end champion in the 2010 ATP race.

It is an extraordinary achievement for the man who lost in every round-robin match at the O2 last November and was forced to retire from the Australian Open in January. Now with three Slams under his belt, he looks in better shape than he has done in years. He now seems set, at the very least, to equal his results in the Far East last autumn.

Novak Djokovic doesn't put in an appearance until Beijing next week, but is riding high after his defeat of Roger Federer in the US Open and gaining the No2 ranking.

Djokovic has been in the top three in the world almost continuously for over three years. His misfortune has been to see first Federer and now Nadal locked in at No1.

For the time being, he does not have to check his rear-view mirror for Andy Murray, though he could be overtaken by Federer. Last year, Djokovic won in Beijing, Paris, and Basel, and was a semi-finalist in Shanghai: that's a lot of points to defend. He should nevertheless be a shoo-in for a place in London.

Federer, in the rare situation of trailing two men in the rankings and reaching not one Slam final since Melbourne, is only playing the Shanghai Masters before the tour heads back to Europe.

He was producing some excellent tennis in the latter stages of the US Series until he lost out to a scintillating Djokovic in New York. He has very few points to defend this autumn: He missed much of the indoor season last year with back problems. He should therefore regain the No2 ranking with relative ease.

Federer has already guaranteed his place for the WTFs, but this feels like a turning point. How he plays between now and the end of the year may give a clue to his chances of regaining the No1 ranking on 2011.

Had Robin Soderling performed better in the two North American Masters, he could by now be enjoying a new high of No4 in the rankings. As it is, he sits a mere 125 points behind Murray.

The Swede likes the indoor season, so if he gets his serve and forehand back into their best groove, he may edge deeper into Shanghai and Paris than he did last year. That could take him to a new end-of-year high for the fifth successive year—ahead of Murray and comfortably in the WTFs.

Murray also joins the strong field in Beijing, and if he recovers some of his excellent pre-US Open form, he can hold his ranking against Soderling. Murray did not play Shanghai last year, so a good run in China should help to open a rather healthier gap between him and the Swede.

What of the other top dozen or so who need points to give themselves a leg-up to London?

Nikolay Davydenko had an excellent autumn season in 2009, winning two titles and then the WTFs. He plays in Kuala Lumpur this week, but will need to find some renewed form in the coming tournaments with so many points to defend. Will he make the cut for the O2 at all this year?

Tomas Berdych looked a cert for the WTFs just a couple of months ago, but will need to target quarterfinal finishes in this autumn to stay in the top eight.

Fernando Verdasco, after a poor summer, will have to repeat his hard autumn schedule of 2009 to seal his berth in the WTFs for a second time.

Mikhail Youzhny has not been inside the top 10 since February 2008, and few saw it coming in New York. His high-tide mark of No8, however, will probably remain just that. He was a finalist in Tokyo, Moscow (which he won), and Valencia last autumn, and that's a lot to defend for the rest of the season.

David Ferrer may just be able to play himself into contention for London after a good performance in New York that took him into the top 10 for the first time in two years. With virtually no points to defend before the WTFs, he does have an outside chance of being in the frame come November.

And the last spot? If things improve for the fighting American, it could just be Andy Roddick, who missed out last year because of injury.

Between SE Asia and WTFs, there is the Paris Masters and a clutch of Russia and Europe based tournaments. But the writing is already well and truly on the wall for London.

Gerrard and Torres not happy at Liverpool – McManaman

Posted: 29 Sep 2010 03:09 AM PDT

fernando torres

Former Liverpool and Real Madrid star Steve McManaman believes Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres will consider their future at Anfield ahead of the January transfer window.

Roy Hodgson's side have made a poor start to their league campaign, winning just one of their six Premier League games to leave them in 16th place and nine points off the top.

McManaman believes the body language of both Torres and Gerrard appears negative and suggested both players’ Champions League ambitions will cause them to seriously consider an Anfield exit in January.

"No matter what happens there will be questions again. Torres is not happy, Gerrard is not happy. Their body language is not good," McManaman said, according to Click Liverpool.

"If Liverpool are 14th would you stay? Would I stay? If it is the same scenario, the same owners and the same predicament I can see their best players wanting to leave and wanting to play in Champions League football.

"They need to be playing in the best teams in the best leagues available."

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Lyric and Chord Guitar Jimmy Eat World - My Best Theory

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Lirik, Kunci gitar, Chords Gitar, Kord Gitar Jimmy Eat World - My Best Theory :

Intro: Em  G  D  A

Em G D
It's been a long time, so long
A
There's only one life I know (I know)
Em G
But I have my own mind
D A
I'll say so if it seems right

Em
(Hey rush out)
G D
I see your warm face with the soft mouth
A Em
But it speaks something else (else)
G D
I'll take my chances with the cast down
A
We can feel the air

Chorus:

Em G
Rush out, out from the center
D A
Not like one side is any better
Em G
Stand up as they've been preaching
D A
My best theory is already in me
Em
(already in me) In me

Em G D A

(We can feel, we can feel the air
Em
Rush out)
G
So many questions
D A
And the answers come back unanswered (unanswered)
Em G
Let's hold the old script
D
It's a new twist
A
You can feel the air

Chorus:

Em G
Rush out, out from the center
D A
Not like one side is any better
Em G
Stand up as they've been preaching
D A
My best theory is already in me
Em
(already in me)

Bridge:
Em
In a lonely real place
G C
Neither part nor mistake
B
Not what you had with your time
Em G C
My doubt seems fine, my true desire
B/D#
My threat, my appetite

Solo: Em G Em B Eb/Em

My true desire

I feel the air!

Chorus:

Em G
Rush out, out from the center
D A
Not like one side is any better
Em G
Stand up as they've been preaching
D A
My best theory is already in me
Chorus:

Em G
Rush out, out from the center
D A
Not like one side is any better
Em G
Stand up as they've been preaching
D A
My best theory is already in me
Em
(In me)


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Lyric and Chord Guitar Stone Sour - Say You'll Haunt Me

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Lyric, Kunci gitar, Chords Guitar, Kord Gitar Stone Sour - Say You'll Haunt Me:

Intro: Bm

Bm
Little supernovas in my head
G A
Little soft pulses in my dead
Bm
Little souvenirs and secrets shared
G A
Little off guard and unprepared

Bm
I was never good enough to find
G A
I was never bad enough to mind
Bm
In the middle I will do my best
G A
Take me in your arms and leave the rest

Bm
I will give you anything to

Bm D
Say you want to stay, you want me to
A Bm
Say you'll never die, you'll always haunt me
Bm D A
I want to know I belong to you
Bm
Say you'll haunt me

A5 B5 A5 B5 D5 A5 B5 A5 B5 A5 B5 D5 A5
Together, together we'll be together, together forever

Bm
Little variations on my page
G A
Little doors open on my cage
Bm
Little time has come and gone so far
G A
Little by little who you are

Bm
I can see the patterns on your face
G A
I can see the miracles I trace
Bm
Symmetry in shadows I can't hide
G A
I Just Want to be right by your side

Bm
I will give you everything to

Bm D
Say you want to stay, you want me to
A Bm
Say you'll never die, you'll always haunt me
Bm D A
I want to know I belong to you
Bm
Say you'll haunt me
Bm D
Say you want to stay, you want me to
A Bm
Say you'll never die, you'll always haunt me
Bm D A
I want to know I belong to you
Bm
Say you'll haunt me

A5 B5 A5 B5 D5 A5 B5 A5 B5 A5 B5
Together, together we'll be together, together forever
D A B5
I Belong to you
A5 B5 A5 B5 D5 A5 B5 A5 B5 A5 B5
Together, together we'll be together, together forever
D A B5
I Belong to you

Bm
Little supernovas in my head
G A
Little soft pulses in my dead
Bm
Little souvenirs and secrets shared
G A
Little off guard and unprepared

Bm
I will give you anything to
Bm
I will give you everything to

Bm D
Say you want to stay, you want me to
A Bm
Say you'll never die, you'll always haunt me
Bm D A
I want to know I belong to you
Bm
Say you'll haunt me
Bm D
Say you want to stay, you want me to
A Bm
Say you'll never die, you'll always haunt me
Bm D A
I want to know I belong to you
Bm
Say you'll haunt me

A5 B5 A5 B5 D5 A5 B5 A5 B5 A5 B5
Together, together we'll be together, together forever
D A B5
I Belong to you
A5 B5 A5 B5 D5 A5 B5 A5 B5 A5 B5
Together, together we'll be together, together forever
D A B5
I Belong to you


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Lirik dan Kunci Gitar Ungu - Sampai Kapanpun

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Lirik, Kunci gitar, Chords Gitar, Kord Gitar Ungu - Sampai Kapanpun :

Intro: E

E G#
Semakin ku menyayangimu
A E B
semakin kau menyakiti ku
E G#
Semakin ku mencintaimu
A E
semakin kau menghancurkan ku

G#m C#m
Entah sampai kapan
G#m C#m
kau akan menyadarinya
G#m C#m B
Bahwa hanya diriku
F#m
yang pantas tuk memiliki dirimu
A B A B
yang rela korbankan semuanya untukmu

E G# C#m
Sampai kapanpun kau kan kucintai
B F#m B E B
walau kau tak pernah membalas cintaku padamu
E G# C#m
walau apapun kau kan kusayangi
B F#m G#m A B
setulus hatiku, seumur hidupku kumencintaimu

F#m C#m
Takkan pernah bisa
A E
Melupakanmu walau sekejap saja
F#m C#m
Takkan pernah mampu
A B
Tuk menggantimu dalam sluruh hidupku

Solo: E G# C#m B F#m B E B
E G# C#m B A Am B C#

F# C# D#m
Sampai kapanpun kau kan kucintai
C# G#m C# F# C#
walau kau tak pernah membalas cintaku padamu
F# A# D#m
walau apapun kau kan kusayangi
C# G#m C# F# C#
setulus hatiku, seumur hidupku woooo..

F# C# D#m
Sampai kapanpun kau kan kucintai
C# G#m C# F# C#
walau kau tak pernah membalas cintaku padamu
F# A# D#m
walau apapun kau kan kusayangi
C# G#m A#m B
setulus hatiku, seumur hidupku
A#m G#m A#m B
setulus hatiku, seumur hidupku
C#
ku mencintaimu

Ending: F# C# D#m C# G#m C# F#

woooo..
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Lirik dan Kunci Gitar Bondan Prakoso & Fade 2 Black - Bumi Kelangit

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Lirik, Kunci gitar, Chords Gitar, Kord Gitar Bondan Prakoso & Fade 2 Black - Bumi Kelangit :

Intro: Bm G 4x

yeah... from the sea to the sky...
i see reflection...
check it out... everybody come on..

Bm
teori simple tak sekompleks teori darwin
G
tapi tak gampang sperti coba menangkap angin
Bm
contoh... standar manusia tapi standar yang mana?
G
karna semua ingin lebih dari sebelumnya
Bm
jika satu tambah satu sama dengan dua
G
knapa hitunganku slalu saja tidak sama...
Bm
mungkin saja karna faktor x
G
atau mungkin manusia slalu ikuti teks

A
terkadang anak panahku melesat jauh
A
terkadang ku tangguh lalu kemudian jatuh
A
aku coba bangkit meskipun sulit
A
kecepatan penuh dari bumi ke langit

Bm G
ku coba untuk bangkit bumi ke langit
Bm G
meski terasa sulit dari bumi ke langit
Bm G
terbang melayang bumi ke langit
Bm G
dari bumi ke langit dari bumi ke langit

Bm
u... u... u... can see me when i drop...
G
rise again... i rise again to the top!!!
Bm
seperti ku turunkan kepala diatas debu
G
saat bertemuNya walau jarang lima waktu
Bm
mungkin ku rasa apa yang kau rasakan
G
dan mungkin kau tau rasanya bila tertekan
Bm
sering ku bertingkah seperti charlie caplin
G
tak banyak bicara, bergerak seperti mesin

A
smoooth seperti tanpa gerakan
A
mereka berfikir mungkin ku tak punya tujuan
A
aku coba bangkit meskipun sulit
A
kecepatan tinggi dari bumi ke langit

Bm G
ku coba untuk bangkit bumi ke langit
Bm G
meski terasa sulit dari bumi ke langit
Bm G
terbang melayang bumi ke langit
Bm G
dari bumi ke langit dari bumi ke langit

Solo: Em Bm Em Bm

Em
untuk jawaban yang ku yakin ada di atas
Bm
untuk kenikmatan yang ku yakin ada di atas
Em
agar kurasakan biar kurasakan
F#
nikmatnya bernafas... ketenangan

Bm G
ku coba untuk bangkit bumi ke langit
Bm G
meski terasa sulit dari bumi ke langit
Bm G
terbang melayang bumi ke langit
Bm G
dari bumi ke langit dari bumi ke langit

Bm G
ku coba untuk bangkit bumi ke langit
Bm G
meski terasa sulit dari bumi ke langit
Bm G
terbang melayang bumi ke langit
Bm G Bm
dari bumi ke langit dari bumi ke langit
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Lirik dan Kunci Gitar Alone At Last - Muak Untuk Memuja

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Lirik, Kunci gitar, Chords Gitar, Kord Gitar Alone At Last - Muak Untuk Memuja:

Intro: F C Dm A# 2x

F C Dm
Kau berpindah yang terindah
A#
Perlu membual dari semua
F C Dm
Semua percikan Dan semua pesan
A#
Hirup udara untuk memuja

F C Dm
Rentanku mengelak Lemah ku melihat
A#
Timbang nafasku saat terlelap
F C Dm
Muak tuk melihat Dan smuanya singkat
A#
Kuteringat dan kau melihat


Am A#
Kau penyiksa!!!
F C
Jilat pantatku bila kau bisa
Am A#
Simpan semua!!!
C
Setan kau hancurkan misi hidupku!!!!

F C
Kau mulai bersinar Kau mulai berpijar
Am
Tusuk diriku tuk mengingat
D#
Takkan berubah sampai ku mati
F C
Kau mulai bersinar Kau mulai berpijar
Dm
Tusuk diriku tuk mengingat
A#
Takkan berubah sampai ku mati

F C
Kembali berjanji
Dm A#
Kalimat indah membuatku tak bernyali
F C Dm
Semua teringat Sumpahpun terucap
A#
Ku tersadar bangsat ku tersadar

Am A#
Kau penyiksa!!!
F C
Jilat pantatku bila kau bisa
Am A#
Simpan semua!!!
C
Setan kau hancurkan misi hidupku!!!!

F C
Kau mulai bersinar Kau mulai berpijar
Dm
Tusuk diriku tuk mengingat
A#
Takkan berubah sampai ku mati
F C
Kau mulai bersinar Kau mulai berpijar
Dm
Tusuk diriku tuk mengingat
A#
Takkan berubah sampai ku mati

Dm F
Maafkan semua
A#
Sakitku cukup menyiksa
Dm F
Ku muntahkan semua
A#
Kuanggap tak pernah ada

F C
Kau mulai bersinar Kau mulai berpijar
Dm
Anjing
A#
Sadar kau rubah pola hidupku

F
Kau mulai bersinar
C
Dan terus bersinar
Dm
Terus bersinar
A#
Tak terasa dan kau bahagia

F C
Hentikan
Dm
Rebahkan semua
A#
Hancurkan semua

F C
Hentikan
Dm
Rebahkan semua
A#
Hancurkan semua

F
Do you belive in faith and destiny?
C
You saw me and I saw you
Dm
Nobody expected that one small turn off the universe
A#
Would make our paths cross

F
Same place, same time
C
two pair of eyes locked
Dm
And we both knew.
A#
Life isn’t gonna be the same again
Fate and destiny?
Not all’s smooth and easy our walk is marked by stones
We run and jump; hand in hand; heart in heart

F
Memories of shared moments make way for future happenings
But we never forgot
Locked up in the special place which came alive
On the day we met
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Lirik dan Kunci Gitar Bondan Prakoso & Fade 2 Black - Kita Selamanya

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Lirik, Kunci gitar, Chords Gitar, Kord Gitar Bondan Prakoso & Fade 2 Black - Kita Selamanya :

Intro: C G/B Am G F Em Dm G

eiyo… it’s not the end, it’s just beginning


[titz] C G/B Am G F Em Dm G
ok detak detik tirai mulai menutup panggung
tanda skenario… eyo… baru mulai diusung
lembaran kertas barupun terbuka
tinggalkan yang lama, biarkan sang pena berlaga
kita pernah sebut itu kenangan tempo dulu
pernah juga hilang atau takkan pernah berlalu
masa jaya putih biru atau abu-abu (hey)
memori crita cinta aku, dia dan kamu

[santoz] C G/B Am G F Em Dm G
saat dia (dia) dia masuki alam pikiran
ilmu bumi dan sekitarnya jadi kudapan
cinta masa sekolah yang pernah terjadi
dat was the moment a part of sweet memory
kita membumi, melangkah berdua
kita ciptakan hangat sebuah cerita
mulai dewasa, cemburu dan bungah
finally now, its our time to make a history

C G/B Am G
bergegaslah kawan tuk sambut masa depan
F Em Dm G
tetap berpegang tangan, saling berpelukan
C G/B Am G
berikan senyuman tuk sebuah perpisahan
F Em Dm G
kenanglah sahabat kita untuk slamanya

[lezz] C G/B Am G F Em Dm G
satu alasan kenapa kau kurekam dalam memori
satu cerita teringat didalam hati
karena kau berharga dalam hidupku, teman
untuk satu pijakan menuju masa depan

saat duka bersama, tawa bersama
berpacu dalam prestasi (huh) hal yang biasa
satu persatu memori terekam
didalam api semangat yang tak mudah padam

kuyakin kau pasti sama dengan diriku
pernah berharap agar waktu ini tak berlalu
kawan kau tahu, kawan kau tahu kan?
beri pupuk terbaik untuk bunga yang kau simpan

C G/B Am G
bergegaslah kawan tuk sambut masa depan
F Em Dm G
tetap berpegang tangan, saling berpelukan
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The Sport Review: “Chennai Super Kings win Champions League final” plus 5 more

Posted: 29 Sep 2010 12:07 AM PDT

The Sport Review: “Chennai Super Kings win Champions League final” plus 5 more

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Chennai Super Kings win Champions League final

Posted: 28 Sep 2010 03:36 PM PDT

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Chennai Super Kings were crowned Twenty20 Champions League winners on Sunday after an eight-wicket victory over Eastern Cape Warriors in Johannesburg.

Indian Premier League champions Chennai outclassed their South African counterparts in all departments and never looked like losing.

Spin bowlers Ravichandran Ashwin and Muttiah Muralitharan took five wickets between them for 32 runs as a disciplined Chennai attack restricted the Warriors to 128 from their 20 overs.

The Warriors made a blistering start to their innings, but when openers Ashwell Prince (6) and captain Davey Jacobs, who made 34 of just 21 balls, were dismissed in the fourth and fifth over respectively, the run rate dwindled.

Without their captain the Warriors could only managed five fours and one six as they stumbled to a 128 on a decent batting wicket.

Chennai's opening pair of Mike Hussey and Murali Vijay made 103 for the first wicket stand as the Indian side comfortably chased down their target.

South African wicket-keeper Mark Boucher twice missed the opportunity to dismiss Vijay, who ended the tournament as the highest runs scorer with 294 in six games.

Boucher, the most experienced player in the Warrior's team, missed an edge off the bowling of Rusty Theron when Vijay was on 15 and mishandled a stumping chance with the Indian batsmen on 34.

Vijay went onto make 58 before he was finally caught by Justin Kreusch off the bowling of Nicky Boje in the 15th over.

It was left to captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni to hit the winning runs for Chennai with six balls to spare.

Chennai walked away with $2.5million in prize money, while the Warriors had to settle for the $1.3million runners-up prize.

Baseball: AL East & NL West playoffs still too close to call

Posted: 28 Sep 2010 03:02 PM PDT

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As we enter the final week of the regular season, most of the playoff contenders have already been decided, but the races in the AL East and NL West are still too close to call.

The teams at the top of both divisions are currently separated by the narrowest of margins, with Tampa Bay clinging to a half-game lead over the Yankees in the AL East, and the San Francisco Giants holding an identical lead over San Diego in the NL West.

The Padres are certainly the surprise package of the season to most observers, having been the consensus pick to finish bottom of the division back in April. Had it not been for a ten game losing streak at the beginning of September, they may well even have been out of sight of the Giants by this point.

However, the inability of either team to forge a lead has set things up for a grandstand finish; the Padres travel to San Francisco on Friday for a three-game series to close out the season and ultimately decide who will finish atop the division.

Both teams making the playoffs is still a distinct possibility; whoever loses out on the division pennant is currently in pole position for the NL Wild Card. Nonetheless, they are going to have to finish strongly, with the Atlanta Braves—looking for their first playoff appearance since 2005—breathing down their necks in that race.

The situation in the AL East is slightly clearer. Both the Rays and the Yankees are virtually assured a playoff berth already; one more victory for each will guarantee that they will be the AL Wild Card if they lose out on the division.

Whoever wins the division stands a good chance of finishing with the best win-loss record in baseball, giving them home-field advantage for the divisional and championship series. For both teams, this would be a major plus; New York with their fiercely partisan crowd, Tampa Bay with oddities created by the domed roof of their Tropicana Field home.

The Rays certainly have the easier run-in on paper, hosting Baltimore for three games, before heading out to Kansas City for a final four-game series. Those teams are both currently bottom of their respective divisions. Conversely, the Yankees must travel to fierce rivals Boston for a three-game series to close out the season.

Elsewhere in the AL, pre-season favourites Minnesota have already locked up the Central, christening their new Target Field home with playoff baseball in its inaugural year. Another surprise package, the Texas Rangers will represent the AL West, reaching the playoffs for the first time since 1999, and just the fourth time in their history. They will be hoping to do better this time, having been eliminated in the first round in all three previous appearances.

The playoff drought has been even longer for the Cincinnati Reds, who will cement their place atop the NL Central with one more victory – bringing playoff baseball to the banks of the Ohio River for the first time since 1995. Completing the playoff picture is the Philadelphia Phillies, who having already locked up the NL East, now have their sights firmly set on a third World Series appearance in as many years.

La Liga round-up: Unbeaten Valencia continue to impress

Posted: 28 Sep 2010 02:47 PM PDT

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Valencia stunned Sporting de Gijon with two early goals at the Molinon on Saturday night from Mehmet Topal and Roberto Soldado.

Unai Emery was show-casing his squad depth as he made several changes ahead of the key Champions League clash with Manchester United this week and Los Che had enough in reserve to stifle the listless hosts and hold on for a 0-2 win. The other results on Saturday guaranteed that Valencia would sit top of the table come the end of the weekend.

The most significant being Real Madrid‘s dour 0-0 draw with Levante at the Ciutat de Valencia. José Mourinho’s team created countless chances but they could not score in the face of a proud defensive performance from Luis Garcia Plaza’s men. Real have the worst goal/chance ratio in the Primera Division by a considerable margin.

Barcelona were giving a helping hand by Mateu Lahoz in a rain-soaked encounter with Athletic Bilbao at San Mames. The referee harshly sent off Fernando Amorebieta in the first half for a sliding tackle and Barca went on to win the tie by a comfortable 1-3 margin thanks to goals from midfield trio Seydou Keita, Xavi Hernandez and Sergi Busquets. There was a slight scare at the end for Pep Guardiola as David Villa was sent off for violent conduct and Igor Gabilondo pulled one back for Athletic but the Basque comeback was destined for failure.

Fast forward to Sunday and Real Mallorca‘s home credentials continue to impress as Fernando Cavenaghi’s brace gave Michael Laudrup’s side a 2-0 win over a limp Real Sociedad team who folded all too easily at the Ono Estadi.

Another strong home team, Espanyol, beat Osasuna 1-0 at the Cornella El Prat thanks to a debut goal from Alvaro Vazquez. The 19-year-old striker was playing despite Pablo Osvaldo passing a late fitness test and once again Mauricio Pochettino’s gamble on young academy graduates paid off. Jose Antonio Camacho’s cause was not helped by a red card to Lolo with less than twenty minutes on the clock.

Deportivo La Coruna and Almeria came together in a clash between the two most disappointing La Liga teams of the season so far. Kala Uche marked his first start of the season with two goals to give the Andalusians a 0-2 win away at the Riazor. Diego Colotto made life difficult for his team mates by getting sent off just before half time with Depor two-nil down. Miguel Angel Lotina is really feeling the pressure with his side stuck in the relegation zone without a win to their name so far in 2010-11.

Getafe went some way to making up for their poor home defeat to Malaga last week with a 0-1 victory over Racing Santander at the Sardinero. Michel made several successful changes including the deployment of Victor Sanchez in midfield and the former Barcelona reserve scored the only goal of the game. Racing, who had Markus Rosenberg dismissed for two bookable offences late on, reverted to the norm by failing to assert themselves at home.

The headline of the weekend was the sacking of Sevilla manager Antonio Alvarez in the immediate aftermath of his side’s 2-0 defeat to Hercules at the Jose Rico Perez. David Trezeguet is undergoing a renaissance on the Costa Blanca and he had the dubious honour of hammering the final nail into Alvarez’s coffin by scoring both goals to the delight of the giddy home support.

Atletico Madrid managed to hold on to a 1-0 lead over Real Zaragoza at the Vicente Calderon despite the petulant second half dismissal of Jose Antonio Reyes. Diego Costa grabbed the goal that keeps Atletico within three points of leaders Valencia and sentenced Jose Aurelio Gay’s team to another week at the very bottom of the league table.

Monday night’s fixture between Malaga and Villarreal promised goals and we were not disappointed in the first half at the Rosaleda. Jesualdo Ferreira’s team went ahead through Eliseu, then conceded two to Santi Cazorla and Giuseppe Rossi before levelling through Jose Rondon all with less than half an hour played. Eliseu’s first half dismissal, however, prejudiced the game in Villarreal’s favour and in-form Spanish international Santi Cazorla struck again before half time to make it 2-3, which is how the scoreline remained after ninety minutes.

Read more on Spanish football at Simon Jalie’s La Liga Blog

F1: Proton to block Tony Fernandes’ use of Lotus name

Posted: 28 Sep 2010 02:37 PM PDT

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Proton, the Malaysian car manufacturer that owns Lotus, will contest Tony Fernandes’ attempt to use the Team Lotus brand next season.

Proton says it has terminated a licence for Lotus Racing boss Fernandes’ 1Malaysia Racing Team to compete under the name and would take “all necessary steps” to prevent him using the Team Lotus brand in 2011.

A statement from the manufacturer read: "Proton will support Group Lotus in taking all necessary steps to protect its rights in the "Lotus" name, including resisting any attempts by Mr Fernandes or his companies, or any other unauthorised person, to use the "Lotus" name in the 2011 Formula 1 season.

"Since 1994, David Hunt has claimed to have acquired assets of Team Lotus, including its name, from the liquidator.

"He has never raced as Lotus. Mr Hunt’s attempt to acquire the name Team Lotus was ineffective. Group Lotus is the owner of all rights in the “Lotus” automotive brand including those relating to Formula 1.

"Group Lotus believes these rights to have no proper legal foundation, a fact of which Mr. Fernandes was well aware when his company purchased them.”

Proton said Group Lotus had terminated its current licence to Fernandes because of "flagrant and persistent breaches of the licence by 1 Malaysia Racing Team, which were damaging to the Lotus brand”.

Following the announcement of a challenge from Group Lotus, CEO of Lotus Racing Riad Asmat said: "We have today issued proceedings in the English High Court for a declaration that Team Lotus Ventures has the rights to use the Team Lotus name and everything associated with that brand in relation to Formula 1.”

“Now we look to the future, he added. “The details of what has been going on behind the scenes are now coming to light, and that's good because it means the shareholders of Proton, the government, will now know the truth of what has been going on.”

Money alone is not enough, Marco Motta warns Man City

Posted: 28 Sep 2010 10:19 AM PDT

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Juventus right-back Marco Motta has criticised Manchester City’s transfer policy ahead of this week’s Europa League clash between the two sides.

Motta believes City, who welcome the Serie A side to Eastlands for their Group A encounter on Thursday, have proven that spending big does not necessarily guarantee immediate results.

City’s acquisition of the likes of Yaya Touré, David Silva and Mario Balotelli took Roberto Mancini’s spending past the €120 million mark this summer but despite the influx of international talent, the Eastlands club have endured a mixed start to the season.

“City is proof of how big-name signings and big spending, almost €100million if I’m not mistaken, is not enough to obtain great results,” said the Italy international.

However, despite his criticism of City’s transfer dealings, Motta also warned his team-mates the Premier League side must be not be underestimated.

“It’s clear that they are a rival that has all of our respect and we will have to be on guard,” said the former Roma defender.

Motta’s club enjoyed an encouraging 4-2 victory in Turin on Sunday as they appeared to exorcise the demons of their midweek home defeat to Palermo, and the defender admits it may take time for the team to settle into more consistent form.

“We are trying to adapt with the arrival of at least 10 new elements this summer,” said Motta. “To assemble the newcomers takes time.

“Winning helps you win, and allows you to train meeting the expectations of the fans, the club and a great coach like we have.”

Liverpool still need time to adapt to Hodgson, says Skrtel

Posted: 28 Sep 2010 06:37 AM PDT

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Martin Skrtel insists Liverpool still need time to adapt to new manager Roy Hodgson and is confident the Reds can bounce back from a difficult start to the season.

The Anfield club have picked up just six points from their opening six Premier League games but the 25-year-old defender has called for patience as players and coaches alike get to grips with Hodgson’s regime.

“A lot of people think that when a new manager comes in everything should be perfect but we need time,” said Skrtel.

“Our aim is to fight for a place in the top four. That won’t be easy as there are a lot of good teams also going for it, but if we continue to improve as the season goes on, we can get back into the Champions League – that’s our aim.

“A lot of things have changed here. We have a new manager, new players, new medical staff and some different people around the team. It’s always going to be difficult when you change so much.”

Meanwhile, Pepe Reina says he is gradually adapting to working under Liverpool’s new boss and believes it could take up to six months for the Merseyside club to fulfil their potential under the former Fulham manager.

“When you have so many changes moving in a new direction under a new boss, things don’t happen instantly,” said Reina.

“It can take between three and six months before you see improvements. Obviously the quicker we adapt and improve as a team the better it will be for everyone.

“That doesn’t just happen overnight. Each of us has to adjust to working in a new way.

“With the passing of each day I get used to it and what the manager wants. It’s the same for all of us. We need to be patient.”

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Jim has been working on the Internet since 1999, getting his start with a web site promotional firm and then starting his own business in 2001. Jim started DFG in 2002 after getting his feet wet building a site dedicated to MP3 software. Since 1999, Jim has been involved in all aspects of Internet entrepreneurship including site development, Internet Marketing, strategic positioning, and administration. Jim has a BA in English from Gonzaga University and is currently working on a Masters of Arts in Religion degree from Reformed Theological Seminary.

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Mesothelioma: Questions and Answers

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Mesothelioma is a rare form of cancer in which malignant (cancerous) cells are found in the mesothelium, a protective sac that covers most of the body's internal organs. Most people who develop mesothelioma have worked on jobs where they inhaled asbestos particles.
  1. What is the mesothelium?
    The mesothelium is a membrane that covers and protects most of the internal organs of the body. It is composed of two layers of cells: One layer immediately surrounds the organ; the other forms a sac around it. The mesothelium produces a lubricating fluid that is released between these layers, allowing moving organs (such as the beating heart and the expanding and contracting lungs) to glide easily against adjacent structures.

    The mesothelium has different names, depending on its location in the body. The peritoneum is the mesothelial tissue that covers most of the organs in the abdominal cavity. The pleura is the membrane that surrounds the lungs and lines the wall of the chest cavity. The pericardium covers and protects the heart. The mesothelial tissue surrounding the male internal reproductive organs is called the tunica vaginalis testis. The tunica serosa uteri covers the internal reproductive organs in women.
  2. What is mesothelioma?
    Mesothelioma (cancer of the mesothelium) is a disease in which cells of the mesothelium become abnormal and divide without control or order. They can invade and damage nearby tissues and organs. Cancer cells can also metastasize (spread) from their original site to other parts of the body. Most cases of mesothelioma begin in the pleura or peritoneum.
  3. How common is mesothelioma?
    Although reported incidence rates have increased in the past 20 years, mesothelioma is still a relatively rare cancer. About 2,000 new cases of mesothelioma are diagnosed in the United States each year. Mesothelioma occurs more often in men than in women and risk increases with age, but this disease can appear in either men or women at any age.
  4. What are the risk factors for mesothelioma?
    Working with asbestos is the major risk factor for mesothelioma. A history of asbestos exposure at work is reported in about 70 percent to 80 percent of all cases. However, mesothelioma has been reported in some individuals without any known exposure to asbestos.

    Asbestos is the name of a group of minerals that occur naturally as masses of strong, flexible fibers that can be separated into thin threads and woven. Asbestos has been widely used in many industrial products, including cement, brake linings, roof shingles, flooring products, textiles, and insulation. If tiny asbestos particles float in the air, especially during the manufacturing process, they may be inhaled or swallowed, and can cause serious health problems. In addition to mesothelioma, exposure to asbestos increases the risk of lung cancer, asbestosis (a noncancerous, chronic lung ailment), and other cancers, such as those of the larynx and kidney.

    Smoking does not appear to increase the risk of mesothelioma. However, the combination of smoking and asbestos exposure significantly increases a person's risk of developing cancer of the air passageways in the lung.
  5. Who is at increased risk for developing mesothelioma?
    Asbestos has been mined and used commercially since the late 1800s. Its use greatly increased during World War II. Since the early 1940s, millions of American workers have been exposed to asbestos dust. Initially, the risks associated with asbestos exposure were not known. However, an increased risk of developing mesothelioma was later found among shipyard workers, people who work in asbestos mines and mills, producers of asbestos products, workers in the heating and construction industries, and other tradespeople. Today, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) sets limits for acceptable levels of asbestos exposure in the workplace. People who work with asbestos wear personal protective equipment to lower their risk of exposure.

    The risk of asbestos-related disease increases with heavier exposure to asbestos and longer exposure time. However, some individuals with only brief exposures have developed mesothelioma. On the other hand, not all workers who are heavily exposed develop asbestos-related diseases.

    There is some evidence that family members and others living with asbestos workers have an increased risk of developing mesothelioma, and possibly other asbestos-related diseases. This risk may be the result of exposure to asbestos dust brought home on the clothing and hair of asbestos workers. To reduce the chance of exposing family members to asbestos fibers, asbestos workers are usually required to shower and change their clothing before leaving the workplace.
  6. What are the symptoms of mesothelioma?
    Symptoms of mesothelioma may not appear until 30 to 50 years after exposure to asbestos. Shortness of breath and pain in the chest due to an accumulation of fluid in the pleura are often symptoms of pleural mesothelioma. Symptoms of peritoneal mesothelioma include weight loss and abdominal pain and swelling due to a buildup of fluid in the abdomen. Other symptoms of peritoneal mesothelioma may include bowel obstruction, blood clotting abnormalities, anemia, and fever. If the cancer has spread beyond the mesothelium to other parts of the body, symptoms may include pain, trouble swallowing, or swelling of the neck or face.

    These symptoms may be caused by mesothelioma or by other, less serious conditions. It is important to see a doctor about any of these symptoms. Only a doctor can make a diagnosis.
  7. How is mesothelioma diagnosed?
    Diagnosing mesothelioma is often difficult, because the symptoms are similar to those of a number of other conditions. Diagnosis begins with a review of the patient's medical history, including any history of asbestos exposure. A complete physical examination may be performed, including x-rays of the chest or abdomen and lung function tests. A CT (or CAT) scan or an MRI may also be useful. A CT scan is a series of detailed pictures of areas inside the body created by a computer linked to an x-ray machine. In an MRI, a powerful magnet linked to a computer is used to make detailed pictures of areas inside the body. These pictures are viewed on a monitor and can also be printed.

    A biopsy is needed to confirm a diagnosis of mesothelioma. In a biopsy, a surgeon or a medical oncologist (a doctor who specializes in diagnosing and treating cancer) removes a sample of tissue for examination under a microscope by a pathologist. A biopsy may be done in different ways, depending on where the abnormal area is located. If the cancer is in the chest, the doctor may perform a thoracoscopy. In this procedure, the doctor makes a small cut through the chest wall and puts a thin, lighted tube called a thoracoscope into the chest between two ribs. Thoracoscopy allows the doctor to look inside the chest and obtain tissue samples. If the cancer is in the abdomen, the doctor may perform a peritoneoscopy. To obtain tissue for examination, the doctor makes a small opening in the abdomen and inserts a special instrument called a peritoneoscope into the abdominal cavity. If these procedures do not yield enough tissue, more extensive diagnostic surgery may be necessary.

    If the diagnosis is mesothelioma, the doctor will want to learn the stage (or extent) of the disease. Staging involves more tests in a careful attempt to find out whether the cancer has spread and, if so, to which parts of the body. Knowing the stage of the disease helps the doctor plan treatment.

    Mesothelioma is described as localized if the cancer is found only on the membrane surface where it originated. It is classified as advanced if it has spread beyond the original membrane surface to other parts of the body, such as the lymph nodes, lungs, chest wall, or abdominal organs.
  8. How is mesothelioma treated?
    Treatment for mesothelioma depends on the location of the cancer, the stage of the disease, and the patient's age and general health. Standard treatment options include surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy. Sometimes, these treatments are combined.





    • Surgery is a common treatment for mesothelioma. The doctor may remove part of the lining of the chest or abdomen and some of the tissue around it. For cancer of the pleura (pleural mesothelioma), a lung may be removed in an operation called a pneumonectomy. Sometimes part of the diaphragm, the muscle below the lungs that helps with breathing, is also removed.
    • Radiation therapy, also called radiotherapy, involves the use of high-energy rays to kill cancer cells and shrink tumors. Radiation therapy affects the cancer cells only in the treated area. The radiation may come from a machine (external radiation) or from putting materials that produce radiation through thin plastic tubes into the area where the cancer cells are found (internal radiation therapy).
    • Chemotherapy is the use of anticancer drugs to kill cancer cells throughout the body. Most drugs used to treat mesothelioma are given by injection into a vein (intravenous, or IV). Doctors are also studying the effectiveness of putting chemotherapy directly into the chest or abdomen (intracavitary chemotherapy).

    To relieve symptoms and control pain, the doctor may use a needle or a thin tube to drain fluid that has built up in the chest or abdomen. The procedure for removing fluid from the chest is called thoracentesis. Removal of fluid from the abdomen is called paracentesis. Drugs may be given through a tube in the chest to prevent more fluid from accumulating. Radiation therapy and surgery may also be helpful in relieving symptoms.

  9. Are new treatments for mesothelioma being studied?
    Yes. Because mesothelioma is very hard to control, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) is sponsoring clinical trials (research studies with people) that are designed to find new treatments and better ways to use current treatments. Before any new treatment can be recommended for general use, doctors conduct clinical trials to find out whether the treatment is safe for patients and effective against the disease. Participation in clinical trials is an important treatment option for many patients with mesothelioma.

    People interested in taking part in a clinical trial should talk with their doctor. Information about clinical trials is available from the Cancer Information Service (CIS) (see below) at 1–800–4–CANCER. Information specialists at the CIS use PDQ®, NCI's cancer information database, to identify and provide detailed information about specific ongoing clinical trials. Patients also have the option of searching for clinical trials on their own. The clinical trials page on the NCI's Cancer.gov Web site, located at http://www.cancer.gov/clinicaltrials on the Internet, provides general information about clinical trials and links to PDQ.

    People considering clinical trials may be interested in the NCI booklet Taking Part in Cancer Treatment Research Studies. This booklet describes how research studies are carried out and explains their possible benefits and risks. The booklet is available by calling the CIS, or from the NCI Publications Locator Web site at http://www.cancer.gov/publications on the Internet.
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