Image source Goal.com : Action between Viva Kerala and Malabar United (Mangopeel)
With I league 2008-09 going down the wire and Churchill being champs on last day, Indian football saw one of the best ever seasons in football history of the nation.
The second division is nothing short of excitement.. and With Viva kerala in it, People from south has lot to look forward.
Here is the scenario so far before the fnal round of matches where
Shillong Lajong Plays Salgoancar SC
Viva Kerala plays ONGC FC
Pune FC plays Sesa FC
Pts GP Wins Draws Losses Wins Draws Losses Wins Draws Losses GS GA
Shillong Lajong FC 9 4 3 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 7 3
Salgaocar Sports Club 7 4 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 5 3
ONGC 7 4 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 3 1
Viva Kerala 6 4 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 7 6
Pune FC 6 4 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 4 6
Sesa Football Academy 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 2 2 9
Considering Sesa is already out and We suppose Pune FC wins
if Salgoncar lose
Viva win .. Salgocar Out
viva lose ... Viva out
draw : Salgocar out
If Salgocar Draw Lajong
Viva win : Salgocar out
Viva lose: Viva out
Draw : Viva out
If Salgocar win
viva win Viva thru ONGC Out
Viva lose Viva out
but if Sesa wins everything changes !!!!
If Sesa wins : Pune FC is out with Sesa .. no questions..
IF its a draw there it will get more complicated !
Viva goes out if they cant get a point from the other match.
If Viva manages to get a point Pune FC cant get thru even with a draw coz of their goal difference
For VIVA and PuneFC both needs a win
For ONGC haters ... only case of ONGC going out is
Viva win , Salgocar win and PuneFC win
so only 2 cases of Goal difference coming into play is :
if salgoacar loses by 4 goals even if
and Viva ONGC is draw
Pune FC plays draw with Sesa
salgoancar will be out with goal difference
if its less sthan 4, Pune FC will be out
Viva draw ONGC and
with Pune FC win ..
salgoancar might be out by goal difference
in this case if salgoancar loses by 1 goal ... they wil be same points goal diff as viva and then i dont know which will be considered.. if Viva - salgoancar match is considered, then VIva might lose out ..
else if who scored more is considered, viva will go thru ..
If salgoancar loses by 2 goals ... they are out
i guess i have covered all cases now
All the best Viva Kerala!!!
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Saturday, April 18, 2009
Wednesday, October 03, 2007
Help Burma Now!
Simon Billenness, The Buddhist Channel, Sept 26, 2007
As you no doubt have seen, Burma is making world headlines because of
the courageous protests of hundreds of thousands of monks and civilians
in at least 26 cities in Burma over the past few weeks. These are the
biggest protests against the abuses of the authoritarian regime in two
For those of us who care deeply about Burma, these are exhilarating times, but terrifying too. The military junta has threatened to take action if protests continue, and reports from inside Burma already indicate that the military is getting ready to flex its muscle and
begin attacks on protesters.
From the sidelines, the best that we can do is to keep the momentum of this movement alive. There is a real chance for change in Burma, but we need to keep the pressure on.
I know Burma might not be your issue, but today, please make it yours. There are several easy things you can do. If possible, do them right away.
Please extend your support by joining here and upload Red pics to create awareness
This pic was taken at Chinese garden and i had no intetion of uploading this till i stumbled upon this community trhough my flicker friend Lotte Hjorth's photo titled: barred
Burma Freedom Community
Q&A on Burma crisis and developments
n the telephone from Rangoon, the businessman sounded desperate.
Street market in Rangoon
For some Burmese, life appears to be returning to normal...
"I have looked everywhere," he said.
"The soldiers took my daughter off the street last week. I don't know if she is injured or what has happened to her. She is 18."
As Burma's military authorities continue to hunt down and arrest those suspected of involvement in last week's massive street protests, the fate of an unknown number of detained monks and civilians remains unclear.
"I have heard that 6,000 people may be missing - that sounds plausible," said one Western diplomat, on condition of anonymity.
A local United Nations official said his office was still looking for several staff members and their families.