Saturday, October 15, 2011

Manchester United v/s Liverpool Match Preview

Saturday October 15th
Liverpool v Manchester United
Kick-off: 12.45 BST.
TV: Sky Sport 2, Highlights BBC1 Match of the Day.

Liverpool (Probable, 4-4-2): 
Reina; Johnson, Carragher, Agger, Jose Enrique; Kuyt, Lucas, Gerrard, Downing; Suarez, Carroll.
Out: Aurelio (Achilles).
United (Probable, 4-4-2): De Gea; Jones, Ferdinand, Evans, Evra; Nani, Fletcher, Anderson, Young; Rooney, Hernandez.
Out: Cleverley (foot), Rafael (shoulder), Gibson (ankle).
Referee: Andre Marriner (Matches 3, R0 Y10).

Friday, October 14, 2011

Fans Forum

Guys we are here with the fans forum where we can share our thoughts and views about our tibetan sports as well as anything related to the sports. This is a very interesting stuff here as we can share our sports ideology as well as comment on each other. Just click the Fans Forum on the menu bar and get started !!!!
   Hope this will bring up more enthuistic soccer lovers and fans to jot down their views and ideas !!! Cheeers 

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Sign The Petition


calls upon the People's Republic of China to put an end to its repression in Tibet as demonstrated by the ongoing unrest

I am writing this letter to draw your kind attention to the tense situation in Tibet due to the Chinese authorities’ increased restriction in the wake of a series of self-immolation by Tibetans in Ngaba Tibetan region.
These acts by Tibetans to self-immolate are signs of increasing sense of desperation on account of continued denial of freedom by the Chinese government, including in matters of religious freedom. The situation is certainly made worse by the lack of any positive response by China to His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s effort to find a genuine and lasting solution to the Tibetan issue for the mutual benefit of the Tibetans and Chinese people.
I would like urge you to immediately call on the Chinese Government to withdraw all restrictive measures in Tibetan areas.
The above petition is created by Mr. Tashi K from Seattle,WA on october 12

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Heroic Welcome to the Champions

The 17th GCM Champions GOLLATHALA FC received a tremendous warm welcome in Bylakuppe. The Champion team reached their hometown a day later after their triumph in Mungod.Several people turned up for the felicitation ceremony and applauded for the heroics of the team which won the most prestigious football tournament in exile India in the very second second attempt.Last year they lost in the Quarter Finals but they proved their metal this year.

Gollathalla Youth Association facebook wrote their status as " For three days,Gulladhallians are celebrating its victory with players and camps youngsters.As we like to dedicate first day for the jubiliant team and two days for fund raise!You may be away from lush green Gulla but you are always in our Gullas min and hearts,without your support,we are not a team,with you ,we are a team,we are future,As our motto "we care for the future"

The joy and smile on the faces of Gollathalla was telling it all how they were happy of winning the trophy. Tenzin Kalsang Khangpa,a Gollaitte when asked about the win he told "I am feeling very proud at the moment and cant express my love to the team.When we came to know our team reached final many of us went to Mungod to cheer our team and we are very happy about it and now we are the champions ".

Monday, October 10, 2011

Gollathalla Playmaker And Striker Tenzin Norbu

Tenzin Norbu was born on November 10 in GOLLATHALLA. He did his schooling from SOS TCV 
BYLAKUPPE and later opted for Commerce Stream in TCV Bylakuppe itself. He got his famous knickname GOLA during his school days because he was from GOLLATHALLA.

During schooldays he was the star of the school in the athletics with creating many RECORDS in 100 metres,200 metres,high jump,long jump,pole vault,shot put and many more!! Some of his records are still there in the ALL TIME TCV RECORD books!!! He was also one of most skillful and talented football players during his early days.He was also declared the best footballer and sportsperson in the school.
With his tremendous and skillful display of football in the GCM 2011 he has won the hearts of many people and created a huge fan base. We wish this talented and emerging soccer player from GOLLATHALLA a very good luck for his future!!!!

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Gyalyum Chenmo Memorial Cup "Tibetan World Cup In Exile"..

Final ceremony in Bylakuppe 2010
The tibetan World Cup in exile is what we call as GCM,which is held in the memorial of His Holiness the Dalai Lama's Mother Gyalyum Chenmo is the yearly much awaited biggest soccer tournament for the tibetan people living in various parts of India.It is organised by Tibetan National Sports Association, is played every year.The hype and popularity of this event is at its peak amongst the tibetan youngsters.Clementown FC won the last GCM Cup which was held at Bylakuppe by defeating Mungod FC in a penalty shootout.Last year 18 teams from Tibetan settlements across India and Nepal competed for the cup and also a team from Canada,the first team outside India to take part in the tournament other than Nepal.

Is this the year of The Great Noisy Neighbours????

Manchester City started the premiere league season with a thumping 4-0 win over Swansea.The biggest relief for the city fans is the new striker Aguero firing all cylinders in the very first match by scoring two goals and a assist. Hence the Noisy neighbours which are titled to the Manchester City Football Club are now indeed becoming noisy and why not the kind of start to their season kick off. 35 years without trophy which ended last season by holding the FA Cup promises to be a starting point for the Blues and why not so, they defeated their arch rivals in the semis of the FA Cup.

            Roberto Mancini officially had made announcement that two more quality players will be joining city before the end of the transfer season.Samir Nasri as well as Wesley Sneider are being liked with and one cant stand by the fact that city do have the money power to buy both the players by the end of this transfer window thus we can expect many more from city indeed this season. But the main question is "Can City win the Trophies"?