Monday, November 4, 2013

Replicas of Amputated Leg Discovered
















 

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Muhyiddin Yassin joked about the former Kedah Menteri Besar the late Azizan Abdul Razak’s amputation. Though he had apologized, the folks in Sungai Limau were given two reminders. 

This time, replicas of an ‘amputated’ leg with the words “kaki Ustaz” was found hanging at two towns in the said constituency, i.e. Bukit Besar and downtown Titi Batu. Who do you think pulled off this stunt? Who’s the evil prankster? 

Are you going to take the rap, Muhyiddin? After all, you started it! 

Celtic again lived dangerously and they were fortunate Charlie Mulgrew's injury-time equalizer rescued a point against Dundee United on Saturday – the latter’s Stuart Armstrong had lifted the ball over Fraser Forster in the thirty-eighth minute after latching onto Nadir Ciftci's wonderful pass. 

The 1-1 score in this Scottish Premiership match does not augur well for table-toppers Celtic – yet Neil Lennon insists that Celtic are ready for Ajax on Wednesday! 













In the EPL game that was meant to be a top-flight test between Arsenal and Liverpool, the final score showed that the Reds are not yet ready to win honors! 

The Gunners produced two great goals. Santi Cazorla's goal opened the scoring in the nineteenth minute. Mikel Arteta released Bacary Sagna down the right and the full back's excellent cross was headed firmly onto the post by Cazorla. The Spanish midfielder didn't give up, collecting the rebound and volleying into the upper left corner. And then Arsenal sealed the victory in the 59th when Aaron Ramsey received a clipped pass from Mesut Ozil, dribbled forward and patiently waited for the ball to bounce up in front of him before unleashing a thunderous shot that dipped over the outstretched hand of Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet. 

Arsenal are five points clear at the top of the table on Saturday. It’s no wonder that Arsene Wenger allowed himself a little punch of the air in delight at the final whistle,

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