April 12th, 2010

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Cable channel MTV will be coming up with a new program called ‘MTV Idol United’ where your favourite male idols will be come together to form a soccer team pitching against other soccer teams in matches.The program was established in view of the upcoming 2010 FIFA Worldcup. The idol soccer team will play against 5 soccer teams selected through online signup. And at the end of the program, a MVP player will also be chosen amongst the idol players.Go under the cut to find out which male idols will appear on the show.


MBLAQ Lee Joon
UKiss SooHyun
UKiss Eli
ZE:A Kim DongJoon
ZE:A Park HyungShik
ZE:A Jung HeeChul

F.Cuz LeeU
F.Cuz Kan
F.Cuz JinOn
D-NA GaRam
D-NA HyunMin
D-NA InJoon

sorry biznass  no thunder T__T

more info @ http://www.mtv.co.kr/tv/idolunited/

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Fans threaten players with guns and steal kit

Supporters of Argentine second division side Sportivo Italiano threatened the team with guns and stole their training kit after criticising them for being relegated.

The incident, in which one fan put a gun to a player's head, occurred after evening training on Friday for Saturday's Nacional B championship match against Olimpo.

Salvador D'Antonio, president of the club of the capital's Italian community, complained at the impunity with which "barrabravas" (hooligans) act in Argentine football.

"I've been at this club for 15 years and I've never had a problem like this before. The hooligans have no idea what is it to earn your bread grafting every day, there is total impunity and they take advantage of that," D'Antonio told the sports daily Ole.

Sportivo Italiano's ground is only 500 metres from the Argentine Football Association's training complex on the outskirts of Buenos Aires where coach Diego Maradona is conducting his World Cup preparations.

The players, who told reporters they were shocked when the supporter put his gun to striker Gustavo Britos's head, were meeting players' union general secretary Sergio Marchi on Saturday to discuss what steps to take.

Earlier in the week, coach Mauro Navas of first division Chacarita Juniors, noted for their violent fans, almost resigned when supporters threatened him and his team after two successive defeats. He said he would quit if it happened again.

Argentine football is plagued by the "barrabravas" who exert a strong hold over clubs and players with threats if their wishes are not met.

Club officials and players rarely dare to confront the hooligans and directors keep them onside by providing them with match tickets, transport to away games and freedom to control ventures around stadiums like parking and food stands.

Football violence, which in recent years has centred largely around turf wars between rival gangs of supporters of the same team, has claimed half a dozen lives this year, adding to a total of several hundred.


....i don't even know what to say.....
Kwon Eun Bi

Football Rankings 4/12/10

Most Points
Barcelona (La Liga) - 80 points
Twente (Eredivisie) - 80 points

Fewest Points
Portsmouth (Premier League) - 14 points

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Rangers (SPL) - 13 points

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Chelsea (Premier League) - 1 point
Roma (Serie A) - 1 point

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St. Mirren (SPL) - tied with 12th place

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Grenoble Foot (Ligue 1) - 20 points fewer than 17th place

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