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  • Atletico looking to land another blow on Mourinho

    Atletico looking to land another blow on Mourinho

    Atletico looking to land another blow on Mourinho

    By Iain Rogers MADRID (Reuters) - Atletico Madrid sent Jose Mourinho packing without a major trophy in his final season in Spain and the surprise Champions League semi-finalists are itching to land another blow on the Portuguese coach. Mourinho's Chelsea play their last four, first leg at the Calderon on Tuesday against an Atletico side riding high in La Liga and through to the semi-finals of Europe's elite club competition for the first time in 40 years. In Mourinho's third and final …

  • Wilshere will be back and polished for World Cup - Wenger

    Wilshere will be back and polished for World Cup - Wenger

    Wilshere will be back and polished for World Cup - Wenger

    REUTERS - Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere should be fit to return for the FA Cup final against Hull City next month and "just polished" enough to make England's World Cup squad, manager Arsene Wenger has said. Wilshere has not played since suffering a foot fracture playing for Roy Hodgson's England in their 1-0 friendly win over Denmark at Wembley in March. "He is starting to jog this week. I would think two to three weeks," Wenger was quoted as saying by British media on Sunday. "I spoke to …

  • Liverpool ready for Chelsea clash, Rodgers says

    Liverpool ready for Chelsea clash, Rodgers says

    Liverpool ready for Chelsea clash, Rodgers says

    Brendan Rodgers is confident his Liverpool players possess the necessary ingredients to get the better of title rivals Chelsea when the two teams meet at Anfield this weekend. Liverpool will go into that game five points ahead of Jose Mourinho's side following their 3-2 win at Norwich City on Sunday, which followed an unexpected victory by bottom club Sunderland at Chelsea the previous day. Victory next Sunday would put Liverpool within touching distance of their first ever Premier League …

  • Arsenal have 'oil in the engine', Wenger says

    Arsenal have 'oil in the engine', Wenger says

    Arsenal have 'oil in the engine', Wenger says

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger hopes the returns of key midfielders Mesut Ozil and Aaron Ramsey will help his side secure their place in the Premier League's top four. Ozil, the club's £42.5 million ($70.7 million, 51.6 million euros) record signing, returned to action after missing seven matches with a hamstring injury as Arsenal won 3-0 at Hull City on Sunday. The German was overshadowed, however, by Ramsey, who had a hand in all three goals as Arsenal recorded a victory that kept them in …

  • Expectations on Messi too high, says Xavi

    Expectations on Messi too high, says Xavi

    Expectations on Messi too high, says Xavi

    Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernandez believes too much is expected of four-time World Player of the Year Lionel Messi after the Argentine scored the winner to maintain Barca's title hopes with a 2-1 win over Athletic Bilbao on Sunday. Messi had been on the receiving end of some fierce criticism in Spain as he failed to find the net as Barca slumped to three consecutive defeats in three different competitions over the past 10 days to all but end their chances of ending the season with a major …

  • Liverpool closes in on Premier League title

    Liverpool closes in on Premier League title

    Liverpool closes in on Premier League title

    LONDON (AP) — Liverpool secured a return to the Champions League on Sunday — but there's a much bigger prize just around the corner. …

BESUT, 7 Ogos (Bernama) -- Sedang ibu lain bergembira bersama anak-anak yang

pulang untuk berhari raya di kampung, sebaliknya bagi ibu wira negara ASP

Zulkifli Mamat yang terkorban semasa serangan pengganas Sulu di Lahad Datu,

Sabah, pada 1 Mac lalu tidak dapat menahan kesedihan kerana kehilangan anak yang

disayangi.

"Kalau dulu, apabila menjelang hari raya, Zulkifli pasti sampai sehari

sebelum bagi menjengok saya di sini tetapi kini segala-galanya sudah berubah,"

kata Khadijah Ismail, 64, ketika ditemui di kediamannya di Kampung Kubang Ikan,

Gong Bayor di sini hari ini.

Menurutnya setiap tahun bila ketibaan hari raya Zulkifli pulang ke kampung

bersama isteri Nor Aziah Noor, 28, bersama dua anaknya Mohamad Akmaludin, 5 dan

Mohamad Akil, 1, dari Ipoh, Perak.

Katanya kenangan lalu masih terbayang-bayang ketika anaknya yang sebelum

terkorban bertugas di Briged Utara, Pasukan Gerakan Am (PGA) Hulu Kinta, Perak

itu muncul di pintu rumah dengan membawa pelbagai buah tangan dan persediaan

untuk masakan pagi raya.

Bagaimanapun Khadijah reda dengan keadaan tersebut dan telah cuba untuk

melupakannya dengan kehadiran anak-anaknya yang lain pada tahun ini.

-- LAGI

RAYA-PEWIRA 2 BESUT

"Dua lagi anak-anak makcik termasuk isteri Zulkifli yang kini tinggal di

Perlis dijangka akan tiba pada hari raya kedua nanti," katanya.

Ditanya tentang sumbangan yang diterimanya dari pelbagai pihak sejak

kematian Zulkifli beliau berkata setakat ini kerajaan negeri Terengganu yang

menepati janjinya.

"Kini rumah mak cik yang dulunya usang telah dibaiki melalui Projek

Pemulihan Rumah oleh kerajaan Terengganu dengan kos belanja melebihi RM11,000,"

jelasnya.

Bagaimanapun katanya beliau terkilan dengan beberapa janji dari beberapa

syarikat yang pernah berjanji untuk menyumbang perabot rumah namun sehingga kini

tidak ditunaikan.

"Mak cik tidak mengharapkan sangat, tetapi bersyukur dengan usaha kerajaan

negeri membaiki rumah mak cik sehingga membolehkan kami tinggal dengan selesa,"

katanya.

-- LAGI

RAYA-PEWIRA 3 (AKHIR) BESUT

Sementara itu di KANGAR, balu Allahyarham Nor Aziah berkata sambutan kali

ini amat sayu bagi beliau bersama dua anaknya dan membuat persiapan secara

sederhana.

"Amat sayu apabila anak-anak bertanya tentang ayah mereka dan ingin

berjumpa. Mereka kata, nak panjat syurga untuk jumpa ayah," katanya selepas

menerima kunjungan Ketua Polis Perlis Datuk Zull Aznam Haron bersama pegawai

kanan dan Persatuan Keluarga Polis (Perkep) Perlis di kediamannya.

Nor Aziah, seorang guru yang kini sarat mengandung tujuh bulan berterima

kasih kepada pelbagai pihak yang banyak membantunya termasuk Polis Diraja

Malaysia (PDRM).

Semasa kunjungan itu, Zull Aznam turut menyumbang hamper dan sejumlah wang

sumbangan pegawai dan anggota polis Perlis.

"Kami akan terus menjaga kebajikan keluarga perwira negara ini dan akan

terus membantunya," kata Zull Aznam.

Menurut Zull Aznam, pengorbanan Allahyarham ASP Zukifli kepada negara amat

besar dan perjuangannya mempertahankan kedaulatan negara perlu dicontohi semua

pihak.

Beliau berharap generasi muda juga menerapkan semangat kepewiraan

Allahyarham dalam jiwa mereka untuk menjadi warga negara yang patriotisme dan

cintakan negara.

-- BERNAMA

ND AZM AD RAM

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