Sunday, October 4, 2009

Dream On, Muhyiddin

Brash Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin is confident that Chinese voters in Bagan Pinang will support Barisan Nasional in the October 11 by-election as they are more than comfortable with the country’s new leadership, at least according to this report by The Star Online (Webpage http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2009/10/3/nation/20091003162228&sec=nation#). He is going to have egg on his face again! We don’t trust BN anymore and we won’t put our faith in BN!

I had forgotten about this game on October 01. Anyway, Celtic had to settle for a point in the Europa League Group C, with a lackluster 1-1 score against Rapid Vienna. The former was stunned in the third-minute when the latter’s Nikica Jelavic pounced on slack defending to fire into the far corner. Celtic settled themselves and carved out an equalizer in the 21st minute when Scott McDonald made the Austrians pay for a poor pass with a similar finish.

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