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    Football Formations - Variety is the best strategy! Hints for Perak..
    Posted on Wednesday, April 11 @ 18:55:46 UTC
    Topic: Berita Y4E
    Berita Y4ESubmitted by Duke

    Football is all about scoring and stopping goals.

    But there are many different tactics that can be used in pursuit of these aims - and that's where the manager earns his crust.

    It might be better to play more defensively to hold on to a lead.

    Or, if the team is losing, a more attacking set-up that allows the players to push further forward may be required.

    To alter the way the team is playing requires a change to the structure.

    Traditionally, teams play in a 4-4-2 formation - that is four defenders, four midfielders and two strikers.

    But, as the game has progressed and developed, managers and players have experimented with many variations of team formations.

    Adaptability is the key and the best managers can change formations as the game progresses.

    4-4-2



    The most common formation you will likely see in British football is the 4-4-2.

    It's made up of four defenders, four midfielders and two strikers.

    It is an adaptable system where you have strength in midfield and plenty of width.

    Having two strikers means that the front line has extra support rather than having to wait for the midfield to reach them.

    This formation, like others, tends to free up the full-backs, who will have more time on the ball than midfielders, particularly if the opposition is playing 4-4-2 as well.

    In fact, some coaches see the two central midfielders in this formation as defenders and the full-backs as attackers.

    This formation also offers the chance for one of the two central midfielders to get forward and support the strikers.

    Sometimes the two midfielders will take turns in pushing forward to keep the defenders guessing.

    But some teams, such as England, sometimes favour a more solid approach, assigning a midfielder to have a more defensive and deeper role - such as Ledley King or Jamie Carragher - to cover the defence.

    This gives the more attacking midfielder greater freedom to push forward and support the strikers.

    This type of formation has been called the diamond formation as the four midfielders form a diamond-like shape, and it favours a team which does not have strong wingers.

    4-4-1-1



    This formation is not as confusing as it looks.

    It is a simple variation of 4-4-2 in which the second attacker plays just behind the main striker but ahead of the midfield.

    If a player plays ahead of the midfield but behind the striker, it causes problems for the opposition because they find it hard to mark them.

    The midfield already has four midfielders to mark and if a defender takes up the job, he will get pulled out of defence.

    One player who has been an expert in this role for a few years was fromer Arsenal striker Dennis Bergkamp.

    He is a master at standing still, which although it sounds stupid, actually finds him space as the play moves forward.

    This formation allows a creative player a bit more freedom to operate. He has more options, to pass short or long, dribble, cut wide or bear down on goal.

    If he fails to create an opening for himself, more often than not he will create goal scoring chances for others.

    And the added advantage is that, if he creates something further forward, he can arrive late in the box to join the attack.

    4-5-1



    Traditionally favoured by European teams, the 4-5-1 formation is becoming ever more popular in the Premiership.

    The 4-5-1 - that is four defenders, five midfielders and one striker - is often seen in European games where teams face a tough away fixture and the manager chooses to pack the midfield.

    It can be very effective, particularly at keeping possession, and with five midfielders covering the defence it provides a solid base.

    Sometimes you will see 10 men behind the ball.

    But it also means that attacking options are limited.

    The poor old striker often has a lone battle up front.

    It works best with a big, strong front man, such as Chelsea's Didier Drogba, who can win the ball in the air and hold it up until support arrives.

    Otherwise it can produce relatively few goal-scoring chances.

    This system has a lot in common with the 4-3-3 formation, where the wide midfielders join the lone striker.

    Jose Mourinho uses this particularly well at Chelsea.

    Put simply, they play 4-3-3 when they have the ball and 4-5-1 when they do not.

    4-3-3



    The 4-3-3 system - that is four defenders, three midfielders and three attackers - allows you to have three attackers while still having a strong midfield.

    The three midfielders will normally play quite closely together to give protection to the defence and so they cannot be passed around by the opposition.

    The three strikers will split across the pitch to provide width to the attack.

    Usually you would have a central attacker with one each side of him.

    Barcelona play with this system with Samuel Eto'o, Ronaldinho and Ludovic Giuly.

    Very few teams actually start with this line-up as you need to have specialist attackers.

    But if a manager needs a goal late on in a game then he may opt to move to three up front.

    5-3-2



    This formation was popular a few years ago and can be an effective way of switching between defence and attack.

    The 3-5-2 has three defenders, five midfielders and two attackers.

    The two wide midfielders are really attacking full-backs, so you could almost call it a 5-3-2 formation if you wanted to.

    Glenn Hoddle favoured this system when he was in charge of England.

    Across the back line there are three central defenders - occasionally with one acting as a sweeper - so it provides good cover at the back if the two central defenders are vulnerable.

    The two wing-backs, who operate up the flanks, play a key role in this line-up.

    It allows them to attack and Brazilians Cafu and Roberto Carlos were masters at this.

    It is their job to work the full length of the pitch, supporting both the defence and the attack by getting crosses in and tackling back respectively.

    If these two attacking defenders struggle with the pace of the game, the team can be left short of support, be it up front or at the back.

    It does put a lot of responsibility on to the shoulders of just two players. They do need to be very fit.

    Note: Courtesy of BBC Sports

     
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    Re: Football Formations - Variety is the best strategy! Hints for Perak.. (Score: 1)
    by Yusteroy on Thursday, April 12 @ 09:40:01 UTC
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    Very good artircle mr duke, variety is the best way. We cannot play 3-5-2 in every games, many of our opponents has found the weekeness of our 'yellow army'. Formation will depend on how strong the opponent, what kind of result we want & the potential of our own line-up to adapt with the formation. Hope SD will do 'something'. I know you can do it. The Bulls Will Strike Back!!!




    Re: Football Formations - Variety is the best strategy! Hints for Perak.. (Score: 1)
    by Duke on Thursday, April 12 @ 10:20:12 UTC
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    Thank you Yusteroy..

    Yeah.. Perak must be more adventurous with their tactical formations. This would make it tougher for our opponents to beat us. While it is good to see that Perak is playing positive attacking football, sometimes it is best that we go for possession and control especially when playing in short knockout tournaments or tough away matches.

    By the way Yusteroy, are you sure that Perak is playing with a 3-5-2 formation? :) Steve Darby's tactical formation is his favourable 3-4-1-2 actually. Usually Yusri Che Lah or Troare would play support to the strikers by being their backup.




    Re: Football Formations - Variety is the best strategy! Hints for Perak.. (Score: 1)
    by YobLatino on Thursday, April 12 @ 16:01:07 UTC
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    Perak can win at Ipoh. But Perak has difficulties winning on the road.

    Duke, what is your prognostics of that?

    Again and Again, Perak failed on the road game. It is like a curse. A Jinx that Perak is unable to break.




    Re: Football Formations - Variety is the best strategy! Hints for Perak.. (Score: 1)
    by Duke on Thursday, April 12 @ 18:03:34 UTC
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    Re: Football Formations - Variety is the best strategy! Hints for Perak.. (Score: 1)
    by YobLatino on Thursday, April 12 @ 16:01:07 MYT
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    Perak can win at Ipoh. But Perak has difficulties winning on the road.

    Duke, what is your prognostics of that?

    Again and Again, Perak failed on the road game. It is like a curse. A Jinx that Perak is unable to break.


    Hello there YobLatino..

    Haven't heard from you for quite some time now. Good to hear from you again.. :)

    Prognostics? I could look at this either as a sport's physiologist or a sport's scientist. But before anything, I'm sure you realized that the situation is not that bad really. We are not exactly losing most of our away matches. We are not jinxed YobLatino, we're just not good enough to win every time.

    I'm disappointed as you are YobLatino but look on the bright side. Perak has been fantastic this season. We have young talents that show a lot of promise and even our old war horse (Khalid) are performing!

    I can sense that you are questioning Perak's mental strength at the moment. Don't worry YobLatino, I can see that we should not worry too much about that. The team's mental strength and preparations is well taken care of by Steve and his merry coaches. I only hope that they would foster a well knit teamwork spirit among the seniors and our yang talents though. There should be no gap among the players whether or not one group is having super duper seniority than the rest.

    Perak need a sudden burst of tactical brilliance from the team, not tactical persistence. We need to come up with something new if we want to capture any silverware this season. Perak at the moment is playing like Manchester United too often. Easy for our opponents to predict and react tactically. I managed to meet up with Coach Azrai in Penang last week (taking his family for a vacation) and he expressed his surprise that Steve Darby used the same tactics on all three games we had against Kedah. See my point?

    Why not go on a safer mode for the rest of this season? Play like Chelsea, less goals scored but bringing back winning points for sure. The magic word is to play possession football. Add more variety. Give headaches to our opponents by keeping them guessing what we would do next.

    Hope Steve Darby would come up with something. We need it!




    Re: Football Formations - Variety is the best strategy! Hints for Perak.. (Score: 1)
    by Duke on Friday, April 13 @ 18:55:55 UTC
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    Hi there Satriani..

    Nah.. Iím not pissed off. Not yet. :) A bit agitated because you have the tendency to shoot and ask questions later.

    So, youíre a good friend of Chemping eh.. I knew him quiet well too but he doesnít have a clue about me. :) Very easy for me to catch rats in disguise out there. Whatever is going on between me and Chempiang goes a long way. Suffice to say that I do not really respect hypocrites. People tend to be somebody else in writing but totally different in person. If you know what I mean la Satriani..

    Perak having a bad spell? Is that what you guys are worried about? Iím not taking pot shots at our team. If you think Perak is having a bad spell, how you feel then if Perak shared the same fate as Melaka & Sarawak in the Super League? Like what I have told YobLatino, we are not doing that bad at all this season. You can check my previous comment to YobLatino for more details. Iím just as loyal as you and Chempiang is. The only difference is that Iím more out spoken and critical towards our team. Thatís all.

    Sorry to see that I have offended you in my last comment. Yeah, I do agree that certain fans such as YobLatino do have flairs for writing good commentaries. Unfortunately, we only had seen a few. Most would only sent commentaries that are biased without considering what others are saying about the actual facts. What would be the right word here? ďKatak dibawah tempurungĒ? One thing that we have to remember is that we are talking about football in Malaysia. So, any commentaries and opinions should not be biased towards our own opinions alone. We should listen to what others are saying about us over in Selangor, Kedah, Perlis or anywhere else for that matter. This is Yob4ever all right but we cannot pretend as if this world is all about Perak, Satriani. Get a reality check, ok..

    As for the matches with Kedah, Iíve seen it live twice and the other one on video a couple of times. Of course, every tactician has different views and perspectives in their assessments. I have my own analysis as well and after comparing thoughts with Coach Azrai and a few others, we do agree on one thing that Steveís tactical approach is predictable one game after another. As I have said earlier, do not be fooled by Steveís rotational system. Yes, we have different players from one game to another just like you said Satriani but they all ended up playing the same set of strategies over and over again. For an example, I can say that our opponents are bored to death in seeing Yusri Che Lah, Wong Sai Kong or Troare going a little bit forward to help the strikers. It is always these same set of players and strategies. Our defence strategies are no different either. A 3-man defence lineup with the option of having Troare, Shahrul or Danial as our defensive midfielder.. See our point? Donít you think that itís being used too often? Whereís the variety? Only in players?

    This is what differentiates us Satriani. You are a fanatical Perakian fan while Iím an open minded Malaysian. While you look down on great local coaches such as AB Ibrahim, Azrai and Karathu, I look up for them for they have shown us that local coaches can also bring success and glory. Iím a Perakian but I am proud of what Malaysians has done so far in our football scene except FAM of course. Where is your stand actually as a Malaysian? Please donít embarrass me further by saying that Perakians worship foreigners? What happen to the spirit of Sipuntum and Dato Maharajalela who hacked down JWW Birch for selling off our pride? I donít believe that you are a Mat Salleh lover like some of our senior Perak players but just for the sake of asking, are you?




    Re: Football Formations - Variety is the best strategy! Hints for Perak.. (Score: 1)
    by Satriani on Friday, April 13 @ 15:20:53 UTC
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    yoo hoo hooo...chop chop...

    Duke, I think you can come out much better than just copy paste an article from BBC ...akekke...Where is you SAM friends??....where are their articles? wooo hoo hoo..

    By Duke...hey dude..stop plagiarisme la...

    All this formation things are not as easy as reading a text book...a coach requires much more than that la..if that then anybody can be a coach la..

    A formation is not just about a series of numbers put together to impress...there are much more than that..





    Re: Football Formations - Variety is the best strategy! Hints for Perak.. (Score: 1)
    by Yusteroy on Friday, April 13 @ 16:58:19 UTC
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    Mr Satriani,

    Duke has left the footnote (courtesy from BBC), he just wanna share the article/knowledge. Football is the 'war' between 2 coach seam like general in war field. Which team has a good strategy will win the game. Player@soldier must follow order from their general correctly to gain victory. Duke point is..our opponent has read Perak game well so we must variety our strategy to surprise our opponent.




    Re: Football Formations - Variety is the best strategy! Hints for Perak.. (Score: 1)
    by Duke on Friday, April 13 @ 17:03:07 UTC
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    Re: Football Formations - Variety is the best strategy! Hints for Perak.. (Score: 1)
    by Satriani on Friday, April 13 @ 15:20:53 MYT
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    yoo hoo hooo...chop chop...

    Duke, I think you can come out much better than just copy paste an article from BBC ...akekke...Where is you SAM friends??....where are their articles? wooo hoo hoo..

    By Duke...hey dude..stop plagiarisme la...

    All this formation things are not as easy as reading a text book...a coach requires much more than that la..if that then anybody can be a coach la..

    A formation is not just about a series of numbers put together to impress...there are much more than that..


    Hello there Satriani..

    You really love to piss people off, ainít you? :)

    Well for one, my article is not plagiarism. The link was recommended by my buddy over at BBC. I submitted it to Admin Yob4ever with a clause saying that it was submitted courtesy of BBC Sports. Are you that blind for not noticing that in the article? :) As for the ďBy DukeĒ credit, you have to ask Admin Yob4ever. That's not my doing. I do feel that the right credit line should be ďExcerpts from BBC Sports and submitted by Duke.Ē

    As for my SAM friends, well.. They are money oriented la Satriani. Do you really think they would waste their precious time in submitting articles to fan clubs such as Yob4ever and later attending to silly comments such as yours? :) Dream on.. They would rather earn money by doing paid research and colleting statistics. Iím no fan of F1 but some of my SAM buddies are making money writing stuffs on F1 recently. Let them do so.

    As for me, my fascination with football grew as I got older. Iím a busy man really but I would not mind writing stuffs in Yob4ever for nothing since I have a great passion for Perak football. Remember Satriani, passion and fanaticisms like what you have shown in the past are two different things. While you wrote stuff with your sometimes brainless ego, I wrote mine with a clear mind of an observer.

    Yeah, football tactical formations require more than just organizing your players. Itís very much like running a small country. All those ridiculous factors must click together to ensure success. I agree with you on that. However, the article aims to highlight Perakís clear lack of tactical ideas at the moment. Coach Azrai of Kedah have said so and many others have agreed as much. Steve Darby can fool our opponents by introducing that rotational system for our players but sadly his tactical formations are all too familiar nowadays. Whatís the point of rotating players when you are not taking advantage of that element of surprise to play around with the tactical formations as well?





    Re: Football Formations - Variety is the best strategy! Hints for Perak.. (Score: 1)
    by Satriani on Friday, April 13 @ 17:30:56 UTC
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    Duke..now you really got pissed off huh?....don't you think calling for others head (chempiang) is not going to get he feel pissed off?

    I know the lad well...he is a true supporter of Perak..he will be with the team thru thick and thin...yes Perak is having a bad spell now...three away games without a win?Three single goal margin losses? is that that bad?..every fans realized this..I am like chempiang and many others..we are still firmly behind the team...this is what supporters need to understand..you don't support the team only when the team is winning matches on the trot...

    Get real ..don't underestimate perak fans in this forum..most of them are very knowlegable..supporting Perak is not like supporting Man U..we have our own tradition..it is much more sentimental than supporting EPL clubs..

    One must remain loyal...we don't switch teams..

    By the way Duke have you seen all those 3 matches against kedah? Now you have another local coach on your favorite list ..maybe right there no 2 one rung below M Karathu...

    What's on earth you think coach Azraai was telling you the truth , absolute truth? His view on the games might be different..yes if you ask 3 different coaches all can give you different views on strategies and tacticals..Can I get you agree on this.. What makes you so sure that Steve was implementing the same tactical strategy on those 3 matches? Do you realize that the players played on those 3 games were not the same person each game?

    For me, I am standing behind Steve Darby , our coach , just like what I believed in our former coach Tony Netto. I believe Steve has that kind of a magic.

    I am not blindly stupid...I am just a supporter of Perak football! And I am very proud of it!









    Re: Football Formations - Variety is the best strategy! Hints for Perak.. (Score: 1)
    by Duke on Friday, April 13 @ 19:00:48 UTC
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    Re: Football Formations - Variety is the best strategy! Hints for Perak.. (Score: 1)
    by Satriani on Friday, April 13 @ 17:30:56 MYT
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    Duke..now you really got pissed off huh?....don't you think calling for others head (chempiang) is not going to get he feel pissed off?

    I know the lad well...he is a true supporter of Perak..he will be with the team thru thick and thin...yes Perak is having a bad spell now...three away games without a win?Three single goal margin losses? is that that bad?..every fans realized this..I am like chempiang and many others..we are still firmly behind the team...this is what supporters need to understand..you don't support the team only when the team is winning matches on the trot...

    Get real ..don't underestimate perak fans in this forum..most of them are very knowlegable..supporting Perak is not like supporting Man U..we have our own tradition..it is much more sentimental than supporting EPL clubs..

    One must remain loyal...we don't switch teams..

    By the way Duke have you seen all those 3 matches against kedah? Now you have another local coach on your favorite list ..maybe right there no 2 one rung below M Karathu...

    What's on earth you think coach Azraai was telling you the truth , absolute truth? His view on the games might be different..yes if you ask 3 different coaches all can give you different views on strategies and tacticals..Can I get you agree on this.. What makes you so sure that Steve was implementing the same tactical strategy on those 3 matches? Do you realize that the players played on those 3 games were not the same person each game?

    For me, I am standing behind Steve Darby , our coach , just like what I believed in our former coach Tony Netto. I believe Steve has that kind of a magic.

    I am not blindly stupid...I am just a supporter of Perak football! And I am very proud of it!


    Hi there Satriani..

    Nah.. Iím not pissed off. Not yet. :) A bit agitated because you have the tendency to shoot and ask questions later.

    So, youíre a good friend of Chemping eh.. I knew him quiet well too but he doesnít have a clue about me. :) Very easy for me to catch rats in disguise out there. Whatever is going on between me and Chempiang goes a long way. Suffice to say that I do not really respect hypocrites. People tend to be somebody else in writing but totally different in person. If you know what I mean la Satriani..

    Perak having a bad spell? Is that what you guys are worried about? Iím not taking pot shots at our team. If you think Perak is having a bad spell, how you feel then if Perak shared the same fate as Melaka & Sarawak in the Super League? Like what I have told YobLatino, we are not doing that bad at all this season. You can check my previous comment to YobLatino for more details. Iím just as loyal as you and Chempiang is. The only difference is that Iím more out spoken and critical towards our team. Thatís all.

    Sorry to see that I have offended you in my last comment. Yeah, I do agree that certain fans such as YobLatino do have flairs for writing good commentaries. Unfortunately, we only had seen a few. Most would only sent commentaries that are biased without considering what others are saying about the actual facts. What would be the right word here? ďKatak dibawah tempurungĒ? One thing that we have to remember is that we are talking about football in Malaysia. So, any commentaries and opinions should not be biased towards our own opinions alone. We should listen to what others are saying about us over in Selangor, Kedah, Perlis or anywhere else for that matter. This is Yob4ever all right but we cannot pretend as if this world is all about Perak, Satriani. Get a reality check, ok..

    As for the matches with Kedah, Iíve seen it live twice and the other one on video a couple of times. Of course, every tactician has different views and perspectives in thei

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    Re: Football Formations - Variety is the best strategy! Hints for Perak.. (Score: 1)
    by Duke on Friday, April 13 @ 19:02:05 UTC
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    Hi there Satriani..

    Nah.. Iím not pissed off. Not yet. :) A bit agitated because you have the tendency to shoot and ask questions later.

    So, youíre a good friend of Chemping eh.. I knew him quiet well too but he doesnít have a clue about me. :) Very easy for me to catch rats in disguise out there. Whatever is going on between me and Chempiang goes a long way. Suffice to say that I do not really respect hypocrites. People tend to be somebody else in writing but totally different in person. If you know what I mean la Satriani..

    Perak having a bad spell? Is that what you guys are worried about? Iím not taking pot shots at our team. If you think Perak is having a bad spell, how you feel then if Perak shared the same fate as Melaka & Sarawak in the Super League? Like what I have told YobLatino, we are not doing that bad at all this season. You can check my previous comment to YobLatino for more details. Iím just as loyal as you and Chempiang is. The only difference is that Iím more out spoken and critical towards our team. Thatís all.

    Sorry to see that I have offended you in my last comment. Yeah, I do agree that certain fans such as YobLatino do have flairs for writing good commentaries. Unfortunately, we only had seen a few. Most would only sent commentaries that are biased without considering what others are saying about the actual facts. What would be the right word here? ďKatak dibawah tempurungĒ? One thing that we have to remember is that we are talking about football in Malaysia. So, any commentaries and opinions should not be biased towards our own opinions alone. We should listen to what others are saying about us over in Selangor, Kedah, Perlis or anywhere else for that matter. This is Yob4ever all right but we cannot pretend as if this world is all about Perak, Satriani. Get a reality check, ok..

    As for the matches with Kedah, Iíve seen it live twice and the other one on video a couple of times. Of course, every tactician has different views and perspectives in their assessments. I have my own analysis as well and after comparing thoughts with Coach Azrai and a few others, we do agree on one thing that Steveís tactical approach is predictable one game after another. As I have said earlier, do not be fooled by Steveís rotational system. Yes, we have different players from one game to another just like you said Satriani but they all ended up playing the same set of strategies over and over again. For an example, I can say that our opponents are bored to death in seeing Yusri Che Lah, Wong Sai Kong or Troare going a little bit forward to help the strikers. It is always these same set of players and strategies. Our defence strategies are no different either. A 3-man defence lineup with the option of having Troare, Shahrul or Danial as our defensive midfielder.. See our point? Donít you think that itís being used too often? Whereís the variety? Only in players?

    This is what differentiates us Satriani. You are a fanatical Perakian fan while Iím an open minded Malaysian. While you look down on great local coaches such as AB Ibrahim, Azrai and Karathu, I look up for them for they have shown us that local coaches can also bring success and glory. Iím a Perakian but I am proud of what Malaysians has done so far in our football scene except FAM of course. Where is your stand actually as a Malaysian? Please donít embarrass me further by saying that Perakians worship foreigners? What happen to the spirit of Sipuntum and Dato Maharajalela who hacked down JWW Birch for selling off our pride? I donít believe that you are a Mat Salleh lover like some of our senior Perak players but just for the sake of asking, are you?




    Re: Football Formations - Variety is the best strategy! Hints for Perak.. (Score: 1)
    by YobLatino on Friday, April 13 @ 20:11:33 UTC
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    Duke, Satriani,

    Duke - I know who you are already. I have your profile.

    Both of you love Perak soccer team passionately. I do too.

    I am all for strong opinions and gentleman's rule of agree to be disagree.

    Perak had lost 2 in the row. They can't lose in the next game.

    It will be devastating effect for players.

    It will be more demoralizing for the fans - like you and me.

    Let's hope Perak win again Sabah tomorrow.

    Winning is the only medicine!

    It boils down to that.






    Re: Football Formations - Variety is the best strategy! Hints for Perak.. (Score: 1)
    by Duke on Friday, April 13 @ 21:16:54 UTC
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    Re: Football Formations - Variety is the best strategy! Hints for Perak.. (Score: 1)
    by YobLatino on Friday, April 13 @ 20:11:33 MYT
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    Duke, Satriani,

    Duke - I know who you are already. I have your profile.

    Both of you love Perak soccer team passionately. I do too.

    I am all for strong opinions and gentleman's rule of agree to be disagree.

    Perak had lost 2 in the row. They can't lose in the next game.

    It will be devastating effect for players.

    It will be more demoralizing for the fans - like you and me.

    Let's hope Perak win again Sabah tomorrow.

    Winning is the only medicine!

    It boils down to that.


    Hi there YobLatino..

    I'm scratching my head here.. I'm not sure what you meant by having my profile but if you really have found out about my identity, I hope that you would take good care of it and keep it to yourself.

    I'm writing a lot of observatory reports lately that questioned and more importantly, exposed a lot of discrepancies in our football scene. It is not limited to discrepancies in FAM alone but also cases of grafts and misappropriation of funds among players and team management officials at state levels too.

    If my real ID is found out, I'm dead meat!

    I hope we understand each other my friend. Thanks.




    Re: Football Formations - Variety is the best strategy! Hints for Perak.. (Score: 1)
    by YobLatino on Saturday, April 14 @ 14:10:57 UTC
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    Duke,

    I will keep your secrets to my grave.

    No hay problema amigo.



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