Wednesday, November 9, 2011


Assalammualaikum w.b.r......

Waduh2 lame btul xupdate entri ni ..... tut2 dah stahun xupdate..... bkn penda xdak idea nak ngarang, insyallah lps2 ni byk entri akan masuk :)

So ni pun kire update la ya hehe...


Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Ramalan Kurita 4 Semi Final ESP vs GER


  • Name : Vicente DEL BOSQUE
  • Country : SPAIN
  • Date of Birth : 23 December 1950

Coaching Career

  • Besiktas (TUR) : From 2004 to 2005
  • Real Madrid (ESP) : From 1999 to 2003
  • Real Madrid (ESP) : From 1996 to 1996
  • Real Madrid (ESP) : From 1994 to 1994
  • Real Madrid B (ESP) : From 1987 to 1990

Playing Career

  • Real Madrid (ESP) : From 1973 to 1984
  • C.D. Castellon (ESP) : From 1972 to 1973
  • Cordoba (ESP) : From 1971 to 1972
  • C.D. Castellon (ESP) : From 1970 to 1971
  • Real Madrid B (ESP) : From 1968 to 1969

The 58-year-old Vicente del Bosque was appointed national team coach in July 2008 in place of Luis Aragones, whose four-year tenure ended the previous month after victory at UEFA EURO 2008. As a player Del Bosque wore the jerseys of Castellon, Cordoba and Real Madrid with distinction, going on to represent Spain on 18 occasions, including at the 1980 European finals. The former midfielder won five league titles and four Copas del Rey at the Bernabeu between 1973 and 1984, and it was there he would take his first steps in coaching.

After cutting his teeth with the Madrid youth and reserve teams for six years, he was handed the head coach's job in the 1999/00 season following the departure of John Toshack. The Salamanca-born boss made an immediate impact by steering the capital side to their eighth European Cup/UEFA Champions League title. In his four years in charge of Madrid, he would enjoy further Champions League success in 2002 along with two league titles (2001 and 2003), a Spanish Super Cup (2001), a UEFA Super Cup (2002) and a Toyota Intercontinental Cup (2002).

After his spell at the Bernabeu, Del Bosque spent the 2004-05 season with Turkish side Besiktas before returning to Spain, where he worked as a football pundit. Coach number 50 in the history of La Roja, Del Bosque has tinkered very little with the playing style and squad he inherited from Aragones, though his personality and management style is in sharp contrast to that of his predecessor. Whereas Aragones was renowned for his temperamental, impulsive and occasionally polemic approach, Del Bosque has brought discretion, calmness and patience to the role.

Spain's new coach is the archetypal quiet man, able to keep his cool in even the most stressful situations. A conciliatory nature and measured approach, coupled with his ability to handle even the most star-studded dressing rooms, have been instrumental in his making a smooth transition at the helm of La Selección, not to mention maintaining the unity and performance level of his talented charges.

Conventional wisdom says you should not mess with a winning formula, and this seems to have been the coach's guiding principle since taking up the reins. So far the only changes of note have been to include some up-and-coming youngsters to ensure continuity of results, competition and the long-term freshness of his squad.

Shakira Waka Waka/This Time for Africa (LYRICS ON SCREEN)


Andres INIESTA, 11 May 1984, Shirt no.6, Position MIdfielder, Current club: Barcelona (ESP)
Victor VALDES, 14 Jan 1982, Shirt no.12, Position Goalkeeper, Current club:Barcelona (ESP)
Sergio BUSQUETS, 16 July 1988, Shirt no.16, Position Midfielder, Current club: Barcelona (ESP)
Alvaro ARBELOA, 17 Jan 1983, Shirt no.17, Position Defender, Current club: Real Madrid (ESP)
Iker CASSILAS, 20 May 1981, Shirt no.1, Position Goalkeeper, Current club:Real Madrid (ESP)
Raul ALBIOL, 4 Sept 1985, Shirt no.2, Position Defender, Current club:Real Madrid (ESP)
Gerard PIQUE, 2 Feb 1987, Shirt no.3, Position Defender, Current club:Barcelona (ESP)
Carlos MARCHENA, 31 July 1979, Shirt no.4, Position Defender, Current club:Valencia (ESP)
Carles PUYOL, 13 Apr 1978, Shirt no.5, Position Defender, Current club:Barcelona (ESP)
David VILLA, 3 Dec 1981, Shirt no.7, Position Forward, Current club:Valencia (ESP)
XAVI, 20 Jan 1980, Shirt no.8, Position Midfielder, Current club:Barcelona (ESP)
Fernando TORRES, 20 Mac 1984, Shirt no.9, Position Forward, Current club:Liverpool (ENG)
Cesc FABREGAS, 4 May 1987, Shirt no.10,Position Midfielder, Current club:Arsenal (ENG)
Joan CAPDEVILA, 3 Feb 1978, Shirt no.11, Position defender, Current club:Villarreal (ESP)
Juan Manuel MATA, 28 Apr 1988, Shirt no.13, Position Forward, Current club:Valencia (ESP)
XABI ALONSO, 25 Nov 1981, Shirt no.14, Position Midfielder, Current club:Real Madrid (ESP)
SERGIO RAMOS, 30 Mac 1986, Shirt no.15, Position Defender, Current club: Real Madrid (ESP)
PEDRO, 28 July 1987, Shirt no.18, Position Forward, Current club: Barcelona (ESP)
Fernando LLORENTE, 26 Feb 1986, Shirt no.19, Position Forward, Current club: Athletic Bilbao (ESP)
Javier MARTINEZ, 2 Sept 1988, Shirt no.20, Position Midfielder, Current club: Athletic Bilbao (ESP)
DAVID SILVA, 8 Jan 1986, Shirt no.21, Position Midfielder, Current club: Valencia (ESP)
Jesus NAVAS, 21 Nov 1985, Shirt no.22, Position Forward, Current club: Sevilla FC (ESP)