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Chelsea stars mobbed in Malaysia as Blues touch down for pre-season tour

Chelsea’s stars touched down in Malaysia to a hero’s welcome on Monday ahead of their pre-season tour of Asia.

The Blues will take on Malaysia XI on Thursday, and Thailand All Stars on Saturday before concluding their tour on July 27 against Hong Kong side Kitchee.

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Liverpool vs Malaysia hit six in friendly

17/07/2011 1 comment

Charlie Adam scored from the spot on his first start for Liverpool as Kenny Dalglish‘s side won another high-scoring friendly 6-3.

Having beaten Guangdong 4-3 in China three days ago, there were nine more goals in an entertaining clash against a Malaysian XI.

Adam, a £6.75 million signing from Blackpool, was named in midfield alongside Jay Spearing, Raul Meireles and Conor Coady, with Andy Carroll in front of Joe Cole in attack. More info:.. Read more…

Arsenal VS Malaysia 4-0 Full Match Hightlights And Goals

Chelsea Promise To Bring New Manager On Malaysia Trip

19/06/2011 1 comment

Perodua Myvi Redesigned in Malaysia

Perodua, one of the two Malaysian government-linked carmakers, has launched the second generation of its Myvi, the country’s best-selling car. Having held the number-one title for five consecutive years, it looks like the designers played it safe by going for an evolutionary change as the new model retains the same profile as its predecessor.

The Myvi is based on the same platform as the Daihatsu Boon and Toyota Passo. Daihatsu, a Toyota affiliate, is Perodua’s technical partner. Read more…

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Hot Springs – Where History and pleasure meet

Can you drink the water? You must drink the water! The ever flowing, abundant, pure water from the hot springs of Arkansas has been beckoning tourists and travelers seeking improved health for hundreds of years. In those early times, people would sip water from whatever seep they saw.





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Arsenal to play in Malaysia on Asia tour.

LONDON (Reuters) – English Premier League side Arsenal will travel to Asia to play a Malaysia XI in a friendly match in July despite manager Arsene Wenger’s concerns about long tours causing fatigue to players.

The game will take place at the country’s Bukit Jalil Stadium, which has a capacity of over 80,000, on July 13 in the first part of their Asian tour. The club said they would give details about the second stage at a later date. Read more…

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