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  1. That's what we've also become aware, Dikure Dai. This happened because we didn't wait to listen to our record before putting on the internet. We'll try to kill this sort of errors in our coming shows. Thanks for listening to our programme and encouraging us to go further, Dikure Dai. The SAD 3'S
  2. Alright mate, I'll talk to one of the Radio WNSO IT men to do so. U keep doing better remixes. Maybe we'll again put ur remix on our shows in future. Good Luck mate! The SAD 3'S
  3. Yes, we are actually working harder to record our shows continuously. But we need more friends like you who listen to our shows regularly and send us comments and suggestions too. Sirupate mate, we'd like to thank you for listening to our new episode and sending us your words. The SAD 3'S
  4. Ladies n Gents, After a long time, we've recorded our new episode of The Rhythm Show this afternoon. The new episode(6) is now available to listen to on the official website of the Radio WNSO. Talking about the show, we've tried to make it a little bit different this time especially choosing different music to play on the show. Few homemade remixed Nepalese music are also played on the show. Please check it out right NOW! Maybe you will find errors or mistakes too. We request you all to point the errors or mistakes out, you find on this show by sending emails directly to us or sending the posts on the WNSO Chautari Forum. Our email address is: therhythmshow@wnso.org After listening to the programme please please please don't forget to write to us or send your constructive comments/suggestions on the WNSO Chautari Forum about the latest Rhythm Show Episode #6. This is our kind request to you all who listen to our programme. Your sharp words of comments will be a massive benefit for us to make our next episode better. Many thanks. The Rhythm Show The SAD 3'S making u always SMILE
  5. Ladies n Gents, After a long time, we've recorded our new episode of The Rhythm Show this afternoon. The new episode(6) is now available to listen to on the official website of the Radio WNSO. Talking about the show, we've tried to make it a little bit different this time especially choosing different music to play on the show. Few homemade remixed Nepalese music are also played on the show. Please check it out right NOW! Maybe you will find errors or mistakes too. We request you all to point the errors or mistakes out, you find on this show by sending emails directly to us or sending the posts on the WNSO Chautari Forum. Our email address is: therhythmshow@wnso.org After listening to the programme please please please don't forget to write to us or send your constructive comments/suggestions on the WNSO Chautari Forum about the latest Rhythm Show Episode #6. This is our kind request to you all who listen to our programme. Your sharp words of comments will be a massive benefit for us to make our next episode better. Many thanks. The Rhythm Show The SAD 3'S making u always SMILE
  6. Ladies n Gents, After a long time, we've recorded our new episode of The Rhythm Show this afternoon. The new episode(6) is now available to listen to on the official website of the Radio WNSO. Talking about the show, we've tried to make it a little bit different this time especially choosing different music to play on the show. Few homemade remixed Nepalese music are also played on the show. Please check it out right NOW! Maybe you will find errors or mistakes too. We request you all to point the errors or mistakes out, you find on this show by sending emails directly to us or sending the posts on the WNSO Chautari Forum. Our email address is: therhythmshow@wnso.org After listening to the programme please please please don't forget to write to us or send your constructive comments/suggestions on the WNSO Chautari Forum about the latest Rhythm Show Episode #6. This is our kind request to you all who listen to our programme. Your sharp words of comments will be a massive benefit for us to make our next episode better. Many thanks. The Rhythm Show The SAD 3'S making u always SMILE
  7. ITALY 0 DENMARK 0 I said "come on italiansssssssss" but Italy denied by Danes Italy and Denmark had to settle for a share of the spoils in their opening Group C encounter in Guimarães, with some inspired goalkeeping ensuring the game remained goalless. Crucial saves Denmark's Thomas Sørensen produced a stunning double save to deny Alessandro Del Piero and Francesco Totti before half-time, while Gianluigi Buffon emulated his opposite number to brilliantly keep out efforts in quick succession from Jon Dahl Tomasson and Dennis Rommedahl in the second half of an enthralling encounter in the Estádio D. Afonso Henrique. Positive selection Italy lined up in an attacking formation, with skipper Totti playing just behind Christian Vieri while Juventus FC team-mates Del Piero and Mauro Camoranesi occupied the flanks. Denmark coach Morten Olsen drafted Daniel Jensen into the midfield to replace the suspended Thomas Gravesen and handed Rommedahl a start on the right wing in the absence of Jesper Grønkjær, who had stayed in Denmark following a family bereavement. Quick to settle AC Milan forward Tomasson lined up in a deep-lying role behind striker Ebbe Sand and saw plenty of the ball early on as Denmark settled the quicker. Rommedahl's seventh-minute corner evaded the whole Italy defence before reaching Martin Jørgensen but the Udinese Calcio winger failed to connect. Moments later Rommedahl jinked inside Gianluca Zambrotta and produced a low shot that was blocked by Fabio Cannavaro. Totti try With Totti being closely monitored by Christian Poulsen, Italy were struggling to get into their stride, although the AS Roma forward forced a fine save from Sørensen with a long-range free-kick on 13 minutes. Buffon stop It was a rare moment of Italian danger though, and goalkeeper Buffon was soon called into action at the other end when Thomas Helveg rounded off his mazy run with a stinging left-foot shot that was palmed over the bar. Denmark's wide play continued to pose problems and an intricate move involving Jørgensen and Sand sent Niclas Jensen clear down the left but his low cross was cut out by Alessandro Nesta. Tomasson off target Left-back Niclas Jensen was involved in Denmark's next attack too, swinging over a free kick from the right that was glanced agonisingly wide of the far post by Tomasson's head. Double save Italy almost snatched the lead against the run of play a minute before half-time when Del Piero pounced on a lose ball inside the area. His fierce shot was brilliantly saved by Sørensen and the rebound fell to Totti, but the forward's deflected shot was clawed to safety by the Danish goalkeeper. Tactical reorganisation Italy coach Giovanni Trapattoni made a tactical switch at the break, with Del Piero moving in from the left wing to support Vieri, and immediately his side looked more dangerous. On 53 minutes Totti split the Denmark defence with an exquisite pass through for Zambrotta, but the left-back's shot slid wide of the far post. Italian pressure Zambrotta found space again on the left three minutes later, this time whipping over a cross for Vieri whose firm header was tipped over by an alert Sørensen. Suddenly Denmark's defence appeared stretched and from the resulting corner Christian Panucci headed over when well placed. Sand strike Despite his growing influence, Del Piero was replaced by Antonio Cassano in the 64th minute. The change merely prompted a spell of Danish possession, however, and Sand went close to breaking the deadlock when he latched on to Jørgensen's cross, but the striker failed to keep his header down as both sides had to settle for a single point.
  8. dinnonline

    ITALIAN SQUAD!

    My favourite Italian Squad:- 1 Gianluigi BUFFON GK 2 Christian PANUCCI DF 3 Massimo ODDO DF 4 Cristiano ZANETTI MD 5 Fabio CANNAVARO DF 6 Matteo FERRARI DF 7 Alessandro DEL PIERO FW 8 Gennaro GATTUSO MD 9 Christian VIERI FW 10 Francesco TOTTI FW 11 Bernardo CORRADI FW 12 Francesco TOLDO GK 13 Alessandro NESTA DF 14 Stefano FIORE MD 15 Giuseppe FAVALLI DF 16 Mauro CAMORANESI MD 17 Marco DI VAIO FW 18 Antonio CASSANO FW 19 Gianluca ZAMBROTTA MD 20 Simone PERROTTA MD 21 Andrea PIRLO MD 22 Angelo PERUZZI GK 23 Marco MATERAZZI DF
  9. French salute miracle men "A miraculous success" was how Le Monde put it after France started their UEFA EURO 2004™ campaign in the same way they had captured the European crown four years ago - by stealing a heart-stopping triumph when all hope looked lost. French nerves As Le Parisien said: "We thought we'd seen and heard it all from the France team - they love to play with our nerves before bringing us pleasure." Pleasure was not a prominent word in the English, Swiss and Croatian newspapers today after yesterday's opening matches in Group B. uefa.com reviews the reaction. France 2-1 England Zidane was the man for France, reversing the long 1-0 lead of the English. Trapped by England's tactics and excellent defence, Les Bleus looked at times to be short of ideas and means, and simply powerless. Still, they preserved their mental energy and pushed the English into committing errors and they achieved a miraculous success. (Le Monde) It was a Hitchcockian finish as France came through the shower curtain to thrust a dagger into English hearts. Leading through Frank Lampard's brilliantly executed 37th-minute headed goal, England should have clinched the game when Wayne Rooney won a penalty 18 minutes from time. David Beckham stepped up and saw it saved by his one-time team-mate Fabien Barthez. England hung on in the face of constant French pressure, into added time. Then Zinedine Zidane struck twice, punishing a brace of English lapses. Beckham left the field in tears. He was not alone. (The Independent) Switzerland 0-0 Croatia The quarter-finals or time to pack up? Following a draw with Croatia, Switzerland now must win against the two big football nations. The Swiss can be satisfied with their performance and above all their defence after keeping out the Croats despite Vogel's sending-off. For the quarter-finals to be more than a dream, though, the Swiss must now get their first victory - preferably against England who are now under huge pressure after the 2-1 defeat by France. (Blick) Vogel was sent off in the 50th minute but for the rest of the match it was not clear which side had eleven men. Yesterday's game has practically ended any hopes of Croatia qualifying for the quarter-finals with France and England to come. After a result like this and such a performance it is almost impossible to believe that they have a chance of staying on in Portugal. (Vjesnik)
  10. Saturday, 05 June 2004 Cool England freeze Iceland England 6-1 Iceland The biggest win of Sven-Göran Eriksson's 38 games in charge of England sent his side into UEFA EURO 2004™ on a high. Warning to France Two goals each from Wayne Rooney and Darius Vassell, plus further strikes by Frank Lampard and Wayne Bridge ensured England won the triangular FA Summer Tournament in Manchester ahead of Japan on goal difference. But more importantly it helped them find their groove after Tuesday's stuttering draw with the Asian champions here - with their Portugal opener against holders France only eight days away. Terry rested Eriksson's starting lineup saw just two changes from Tuesday's selection, with Jamie Carragher at centre-back allowing John Terry to rest his hamstring and Paul Robinson replacing first-choice David James in goal. The midfield was unchanged but formed as a flat four instead of a diamond. Lampard scores Scholes came close to ending his three years without an England goal on four minutes, but missed the target. However, Lampard opened the scoring on 24 minutes with a deflected long-range shot. Rooney double Within two minutes Rooney turned the ball in after being set up by Gary Neville and the 18-year-old Everton FC striker claimed his fifth England goal from long range on 38 minutes. Heidar Helguson pulled a goal back three minutes later, and although Eriksson replaced every player other than Robinson and Carragher at the break, England's dominance continued. Bridge goal Vassell's first arrived within eleven minutes as he deflected in Owen Hargreaves' effort. On 67 minutes left-back Bridge opened his international account in his 17th appearance with a confident finish. Victory sealed The win was sealed by Vassell when he combined with Emile Heskey and curled the ball in. England will not expect such a comfortable day against France in Lisbon, but scoring six goals for the first time since 1999 against Luxembourg will boost their confidence. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOOTIEdinn
  11. 12 June 2004 - Group A (Saturday) Portugal 17:00 Greece Spain 19:45 Russia 13 June 2004 - Group B (Sunday) Switzerland 17:00 Croatia France 19:45 England 14 June 2004 - Group C (Monday) Denmark 17:00 Italy Sweden 19:45 Bulgaria 15 June 2004 - Group D (Tuesday) Germany 19:45 Netherlands Czech Republic 17:00 Latvia 16 June 2004 - Group A (Wednesday) Greece 17:00 Spain Russia 19:45 Portugal 17 June 2004 - Group B (Thursday) England 17:00 Switzerland Croatia 19:45 France 18 June 2004 - Group C (Friday) Bulgaria 17:00 Denmark Italy 19:45 Sweden 19 June 2004 - Group D (Saturday) Latvia 17:00 Germany Netherlands 19:45 Czech Republic 20 June 2004 - Group A (Sunday) Spain 19:45 Portugal Russia 19:45 Greece 21 June 2004 - Group B (Monday) Croatia 19:45 England Switzerland 19:45 France 22 June 2004 - Group C (Tuesday) Italy 19:45 Bulgaria Denmark 19:45 Sweden 23 June 2004 - Group D (Wednesday) Netherlands 19:45 Latvia Germany 19:45 Czech Republic Quarter-final Matches 24 June 2004 - Match 25 (Thursday) Winner A 19:45 Runner-up B 25 June 2004 - Match 26 (Friday) Winner B 19:45 Runner-up A 26 June 2004 - Match 27 (Saturday) Winner C 19:45 Runner-up D 27 June 2004 - Match 28 (Sunday) Winner D 19:45 Runner-up C Semi-final Matches 30 June 2004 - Match 29 (Wednesday) Winner Match 25 19:45 Winner Match 27 01 July 2004 - Match 30 (Thursday) Winner Match 26 19:45 Winner Match 28 Final Match 04 July 2004 - Match 31 (Sunday) Winner Match 29 19:45 Winner Match 30 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOOTIEdinn
  12. I believe many of you are crazy for football. It is one of the simplest sport in the world to play. Between 12 June and 4 July 2004, Portugal will be the centre of the sporting world as the UEFA EURO 2004™ final tournament takes place. Europe’s top 16 national teams will compete for the Henri Delaunay Trophy in the biggest international sporting event ever staged in Portugal. Well over a million people attended UEFA EURO 2000™ final round matches and the final tournament captured a worldwide cumulative audience of over seven billion viewers, making it the third most popular sporting event in the world. UEFA EURO 2004™ in Portugal looks set to exceed even these impressive figures.UEFA EURO 2004™ will feature 31 matches in ten venues, stretching from Faro/Loulé in the Algarve to northern venues such as Porto and Braga. I think you all are dying to see these matches. I'll be supporting ENGLAND and ITALY in the EURO CUP. Portugal, France and The Netherlands are strong sides though. So tell me mates what are you thinking about the EURO FOOTBALL COMPETITION starting from 12 June? What nation will you be supporting? Who you think will be hero in this competition? .......................................and much more.... IT WILL BE FUN . WHAT DO YOU THINK???? ABOUT EURO CUP 2000 I WAS SO DEVASTATED WHEN ITALIANS WERE KNOCKED DOWN by FRENCH IN ONLY 30 SECONDS. I cried a lot..... THE NATIONS PLAYING IN THE EURO CUP 2004 ARE:- GROUP A GREECE PORTUGAL RUSSIA SPAIN GROUP B CROATIA ENGLAND FRANCE SWITZERLAND GROUP C BULGARIA DENMARK ITALY SWEDEN GROUP D CZECH REPUBLIC GERMANY LATVIA NETHERLANDS ALRIGHT CHEERS MATES!!!!!! PLEASE HAVE A LOOK AT MY ANOTHER POST TO GAIN INFORMATION ABOUT THE TIMETABLE OF THE MATCHES. EAT FOOTIE, DRINK FOOTIE AND post FOTIE!!! FOOTIEdinn
  13. Dear Football fans, Please take a look at the matches TIMETABLE of the EURO CUP FOOTBALL 2004 below: 12 June 2004 - Group A (Saturday) Portugal 17:00 Greece Spain 19:45 Russia 13 June 2004 - Group B (Sunday) Switzerland 17:00 Croatia France 19:45 England 14 June 2004 - Group C (Monday) Denmark 17:00 Italy Sweden 19:45 Bulgaria 15 June 2004 - Group D (Tuesday) Germany 19:45 Netherlands Czech Republic 17:00 Latvia 16 June 2004 - Group A (Wednesday) Greece 17:00 Spain Russia 19:45 Portugal 17 June 2004 - Group B (Thursday) England 17:00 Switzerland Croatia 19:45 France 18 June 2004 - Group C (Friday) Bulgaria 17:00 Denmark Italy 19:45 Sweden 19 June 2004 - Group D (Saturday) Latvia 17:00 Germany Netherlands 19:45 Czech Republic 20 June 2004 - Group A (Sunday) Spain 19:45 Portugal Russia 19:45 Greece 21 June 2004 - Group B (Monday) Croatia 19:45 England Switzerland 19:45 France 22 June 2004 - Group C (Tuesday) Italy 19:45 Bulgaria Denmark 19:45 Sweden 23 June 2004 - Group D (Wednesday) Netherlands 19:45 Latvia Germany 19:45 Czech Republic Quarter-final Matches 24 June 2004 - Match 25 (Thursday) Winner A 19:45 Runner-up B 25 June 2004 - Match 26 (Friday) Winner B 19:45 Runner-up A 26 June 2004 - Match 27 (Saturday) Winner C 19:45 Runner-up D 27 June 2004 - Match 28 (Sunday) Winner D 19:45 Runner-up C Semi-final Matches 30 June 2004 - Match 29 (Wednesday) Winner Match 25 19:45 Winner Match 27 01 July 2004 - Match 30 (Thursday) Winner Match 26 19:45 Winner Match 28 Final Match 04 July 2004 - Match 31 (Sunday) Winner Match 29 19:45 Winner Match 30 ........................................................................................................................... FOOTIEdinn
  14. I believe many of you are crazy for football. It is one of the simplest sport in the world to play. Between 12 June and 4 July 2004, Portugal will be the centre of the sporting world as the UEFA EURO 2004™ final tournament takes place. Europe’s top 16 national teams will compete for the Henri Delaunay Trophy in the biggest international sporting event ever staged in Portugal. Well over a million people attended UEFA EURO 2000™ final round matches and the final tournament captured a worldwide cumulative audience of over seven billion viewers, making it the third most popular sporting event in the world. UEFA EURO 2004™ in Portugal looks set to exceed even these impressive figures.UEFA EURO 2004™ will feature 31 matches in ten venues, stretching from Faro/Loulé in the Algarve to northern venues such as Porto and Braga. I think you all are dying to see these matches. I'll be supporting ENGLAND and ITALY in the EURO CUP. Portugal, France and The Netherlands are strong sides though. So tell me mates what are you thinking about the EURO FOOTBALL COMPETITION starting from 12 June? What nation will you be supporting? Who you think will be hero in this competition? .......................................and much more.... IT WILL BE FUN . WHAT DO YOU THINK???? ABOUT EURO CUP 2000 I WAS SO DEVASTATED WHEN ITALIANS WERE KNOCKED DOWN by FRENCH IN ONLY 30 SECONDS. I cried a lot..... THE NATIONS PLAYING IN THE EURO CUP 2004 ARE:- GROUP A GREECE PORTUGAL RUSSIA SPAIN GROUP B CROATIA ENGLAND FRANCE SWITZERLAND GROUP C BULGARIA DENMARK ITALY SWEDEN GROUP D CZECH REPUBLIC GERMANY LATVIA NETHERLANDS ALRIGHT CHEERS MATES!!!!!! EAT FOOTIE, DRINK FOOTIE AND post FOTIE!!! FOOTIEdinn
  15. Dear Avee and RajunPl, Thanks for answering me mates. I found your posts quite worth reading. If you both get detailed info regarding this matter please let me know. I will be checking new posts time to time. It doesn't matter where you from. Cheers mates! microdinn
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