lundi, juillet 12, 2010

It's all over...

See you in Brazil 2014...

It was an exhausting four weeks of drama, disbelief and drag-me-out-of-bed mornings. On TV, radio and the internet, it finally came down to what Paul the Octopus would say.

Goodbye Vuvuzelas, the Jabulani and the old system of refereeing, if FIFA is to be trusted. We look to Brazil 2014 when the madness all starts again. In the land that eat, breath and live football, I can't imagine the chaos if Brazil does not become champions...

Will I still support England then...I have no idea, but after eight World Cups, it's time to part ways I think! Goodbye Kevin Keegan (so many unfulfilled dreams), Gary Lineker(thank you for the beautiful goals), Beckham, Rooney and Lampard. Yes, goodbye Crouch too!
It is sad that while the World Cup brought together people from all over the world to celebrate and disregard barriers of all forms, it ended in tragedy in Uganda.

And yet, we must presevere and believe - that good will outweigh evil. And justice prevail.

4 commentaires:

Cat-in-Sydney a dit…

Aunty Ninot,
My Mama has just bought a Spanish-English-Spanish dictionary. Just so I'll be prepared for 2014. Freaky, I must say. Anyway, I was rooting for Holland but they broke my heart as they play rough. I want to see beautiful soccer being played, not a game full of yellow and red cards. Let's pray Australia gets to be host for 2022. har har har *evil laughs*

La chat,

remgold a dit…

kuching sydney dalam beg:
people in brazil speak portuguese, because it was a portuguese colony.
the rest of latin america speak spanish cos many were former spanish colonies.

so u guys bought a wrong dictionary?

ninotaziz a dit…

Yes, that's true! A friend of mine from Sao Paolo came to Malacca just to check his Portuguese roots and heritage.

Ta'pa...Spanish is useful in most parts of the world due to tele-novelas of the 90s...maybe CiS nak sokong Spanish team pulak or nak pergi New York in the near future!

Sekarang sebok nak belajar Arab and Mandarin...Ni hau, Sir Remgold?

Cat-in-Sydney a dit…

Sir Remgold,
That was the only dictionary on sale at the shop that day!! har har har *evil laughs*

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