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Name is Schoffal @ Charles Moiji. Known as nenet among his villagers. Made in the 80s. Same age with his younger sister on every January 22nd for 24 hours. Started his education since 1989. Continues his study in high school level in 2001. Graduated Diploma in Computer Science. Fans of Manchester United FC and David Beckham. Love music, love Guitar, love to sing, love photography, love the lomography, love his family, love his friends and love Jesus. Friendly but hate the liars. Proud to be a Catholic. About 1% of his relatives said he is nerd. Having friends more than a thousand but always forget their name. Mission is to success in life. Vision is to replace Prime Minister of Malaysia lol.

The Greatest story
~Sandakan Silver medalist Kata of KarateDo in 1994.
~Sandakan Silver medalist Kumite of KarateDo in 1994.
~Sabah Karate Do Tournament in 1995.
~Sandakan Champion Winner Dikir Barat 2000.
~Sabah 1st runner up for Dikir Barat 2000.
~Sandakan 1st runner up for Sayembara Puisi 2000.
~Handball team captain for Sabah, Malaysia in 2000.
~Chef of Welfare unit for Malaysian IPT Xiang Xi in 2002.
~Malaysian Delegates for Asian Youth Day 2010 in Philippines.
~Nominated for Shorty Awards the best social media for photography in 2012.


Wednesday, February 1, 2012

The beautiful game

Violent history
The history of "the beautiful game" includes several deadly incidents, including:

Argentina, 2007 — A penalty called during injury time in a match between Tigre and Nueva Chicago sparked a riot that left one person dead and 41 injured. Seventy-eight people were arrested.

Italy, 2005 — Inter Milan fans fire flares and missiles on to the pitch during a UEFA Champions League playoff game between AC Milan. The AC Milan goalkeeper was hit with a flare before the match was called off.

Ghana, 2001 — Police fired teargas at rowdy fans during a soccer match between Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko, two of Ghana’s top teams. The ensuing stampede killed 126 people.

Peru, 1964 — During an Olympic qualifying match in Lima between Peru and Argentina the referee disallowed a Peruvian goal two minutes from the end of the match, sparking a riot that left 318 people dead and more than 500 with serious injuries.


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