RainbowSix posted on 11-3-2006 10:12 PM

Football Equipment

Hello. I am new in the thread. In fact I am also new in football. I have a football team in the Middle East of Malaysians and we are playing against the US team in two weeks time. We have been practising for a while and I need some guidance on football equipment.We'll be playing on grass football field.

Which boot is better; Adidas or Nike or Puma? I have my eye on an Adidas Predator, but I am unsure.

Secondly, which ball is better Nike or Adidas? I noticed that most European leagues are using Nike, but the World Cup will be turning to Adidas. Heard lots about Nike balls as being better.

Hope u guys can help.

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Nesta13 posted on 12-3-2006 02:44 AM

what/where exactly is Middle East of Malaysians?

Boots: Adidas Copa Mundial was my 1st boot ever and by far remain the best n very suitable for our grass field... but that was ages ago lahh... I bought Nike tiempo-Pro because Maldini wears Nike.. :2lol:...

ADidas Predator should be nice... perhaps which brand does not really matter as long as you feel comfortable wearing them... and dont forget to choose the right studs/blades..

Ball: personally i prefer Adidas... maybe u should get the new Adidas WC06 ball :cak:

AGP8X posted on 12-3-2006 11:14 AM

Ok. Eguipment. Anything is good as long as comfy. Dont have to go big for brand. The point is having two sets of boot. For wet and dry condition.
For ball, Adidas have nice array of them such as Roteiro, or Finale, or Pelias. Adidas Teamgeist WC06 is the best ball you can have right now. But i personally prefer Nike T90 Hi-Vis ball. It has a high visibility and low drag.

RainbowSix posted on 12-3-2006 12:16 PM

Hey, thanks fort he pointers.

I am in the land where Saddam decided to invade.

As for boots, Adidas boots seem to have blades rather than studs. Nike boots are still the ones with studs. The fields here are grass, but with very hard soil.

I got myself a silver Adidas Predator with a dragon decoration on the sides. Pretty nice and give good ball control.

As for footballs, some say none stitch balls are better. A lot of the pple here prefer Nike balls. Could be because of EPL influence here. Most of the stores here sell Nike balls. Well, I'll see if Adidas balls are around.

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AGP8X posted on 12-3-2006 12:23 PM

If the pitch was hard, blade seem to do better. If it was grassy, stud is the best.
None stich ball they say better because doesn't easily trap dirt on it. So it won't be unbalance easily. But, they tend to peel of if play in mean time. If i have extra cash, I would  go for Adidas Teamgiest ball. Look nice, good control. You can even sleep with it. Haha.

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RainbowSix posted on 12-3-2006 12:42 PM

Just a comparison, whats the price like of a Nike tempo ball in Msia? Over here its about KD5 or RM65.

I am also looking at shin guards. Which one is better, a silhouette lite or a hybrid shin guard and ankle guard. The Silhouette is really tough protection. Thinking of protection as we'll also be playing against Africans later.


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maxomeara posted on 12-3-2006 03:28 PM

Originally posted by RainbowSix at 12-3-2006 12:42 PM
Just a comparison, whats the price like of a Nike tempo ball in Msia? Over here its about KD5 or RM65.

I am also looking at shin guards. Which one is better, a silhouette lite or a hybrid shin g ...


shikes.....beware of the africans...here in my U there's a team of international students.. they're like twice the size of me & they play like they wanna kill u... hahaha.. just one friendly game n i quit the league.... seriously.. my chances to win the ball in the air is equals to zero :2lol:

Nesta13 posted on 13-3-2006 01:07 AM

so u're playing in the Middle east.. I presume the field is hard.. so get the blades.. dont ever try 6 studs :lol:lol

maxomeara posted on 13-3-2006 09:49 PM

Originally posted by Nesta13 at 13-3-2006 01:07 AM
so u're playing in the Middle east.. I presume the field is hard.. so get the blades.. dont ever try 6 studs :lol:lol

i don't think it deserved to be called a 'field'....

RainbowSix posted on 15-3-2006 09:09 AM

Just got hold of an Adidas Teamgiest football. Quite nice.

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AGP8X posted on 17-3-2006 08:20 PM

Make sure to sleep with it. Since the pirce here is about 300 Malaysia ringgit. Even Roteiro don't cost that much.

Nesta13 posted on 17-3-2006 09:09 PM

RM300 ke harga dia? :o::o::o:

HangPC2 posted on 18-3-2006 12:07 PM

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maxomeara posted on 20-3-2006 01:51 AM

Originally posted by HangPC2 at 18-3-2006 12:07 PM
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ader kuar iklan kat majalah MASKULIN boot bola dier murah  ...

kot2 shoot skali dah terkopak....:hmm:

RainbowSix posted on 20-3-2006 01:51 AM

Originally posted by AGP8X at 17-3-2006 20:20
Make sure to sleep with it. Since the pirce here is about 300 Malaysia ringgit. Even Roteiro don't cost that much.

I dont know which Teamgiest ball that costs that much, but the one I bought costs just RM75. Its match ball replica.

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AGP8X posted on 20-3-2006 07:41 AM

Originally posted by RainbowSix at 20-3-2006 01:51


I dont know which Teamgiest ball that costs that much, but the one I bought costs just RM75. Its match ball replica.

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The replica is differ than the real one. Check this site and you see why.

http://www.soccerballworld.com/Teamgeist.htm

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HangPC2 posted on 20-3-2006 10:19 AM

Originally posted by maxomeara at 20-3-2006 01:51 AM


kot2 shoot skali dah terkopak....:hmm:

jangan pandang rendah brand dari negara membangun...

bola adidas dan nike pun buat kat pakistan atau china....

Nesta13 posted on 22-3-2006 06:36 PM

pernah nampak SPECS tapi tak tau lak dari seberang..

bole tahan...

RainbowSix posted on 22-3-2006 08:47 PM

Originally posted by AGP8X at 20-3-2006 07:41


The replica is differ than the real one. Check this site and you see why.

http://www.soccerballworld.com/Teamgeist.htm

The real one I suppose is much more expensive. Different material and more endurance.

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HangPC2 posted on 23-3-2006 10:25 AM

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Cheetah bakal buka 15 pusat jualan



KUALA LUMPUR 6 Jan. 2005- Cheetah Holdings Bhd. (Cheetah) bakal membuka 15 cawangan jualan dan dua butik baru pada tahun ini bagi mengukuhkan kedudukannya sebagai peneraju pengeluar pakaian sukan tempatan.

Penambahan cawangan jualan itu melibatkan gedung-gedung pakaian dan pasar raya terbesar di seluruh negara sementara butik pula akan dibuka di Lembah Klang, kata Pengarah Eksekutif Cheetah, Chia Kee Kwei.

Katanya, syarikat akan membelanjakan sebanyak RM50,000 untuk membuka cawangan jualan dan RM100,000 bagi butik.

``Cheetah kini menguasai 40 peratus pasaran jenama pakaian sukan tempatan dan ia akan terus menguasai kedudukan ini dengan usaha yang bakal dilaksanakan pada tahun ini,'' katanya kepada Utusan Malaysia di sini baru-baru ini.

Sehingga kini, produk Cheetah dijual di 448 buah cawangan jualan, 12 buah butik dan 100 buah kedai sukan.

Dalam usaha meluaskan jenama Cheetah, Kee Kwei memberitahu, syarikatnya merancang untuk meneroka perniagaan selain pakaian iaitu kasut dan aksesori.

Tambahnya, Cheetah turut bercadang mengeluarkan jenamanya bagi pakaian kanak-kanak dalam tempoh tiga tahun akan datang.

Cheetah mengeluarkan beberapa jenama seperti Cheetah, Cheetah Ladies, Cheetah Junior, C. Union, Cth Unlimited dan C2 menyediakan pakaian untuk kanak-kanak dari umur empat tahun dan golongan dewasa.

Bagaimanapun, katanya, Cheetah belum bercadang untuk mengeksport produknya ke luar negara dalam tempoh terdekat sebaliknya akan memberi fokus kepada pengukuhan pasaran, rangkaian pengagihan dan pembinaan jenama.

Sementara itu, beliau berkata, Cheetah yang bakal disenaraikan di papan kedua Bursa Malaysia pada 20 Januari ini, akan membuat terbitan awam sebanyak tiga juta saham dan tawaran untuk jualan sebanyak 28.5 juta saham bernilai RM0.50 setiap satu pada harga tawaran RM0.75 sesaham.

Dana RM2.25 juta yang dijangka diperoleh menerusi penyenaraian itu akan digunakan untuk membayar pinjaman dan perbelanjaan penyenaraian serta modal kerja.

Chia memberitahu, Cheetah diramalkan mencatat perolehan sebanyak RM63.6 juta bagi tahun kewangan yang berakhir 30 Jun 2005, berbanding RM60.8 juta pada tahun lalu.

Keuntungan sebelum cukai pula dijangka meningkat kepada RM7.4 juta berbanding RM5.3 juta yang dicatatkan sebelumnya.



- Utusan Malaysia -




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MetalFire posted on 23-3-2006 01:27 PM

just carefull with the pak arab supporter la bro.they all quite frantic lor

MetalFire posted on 23-3-2006 01:29 PM

I prefer Cheetah athletics.they quite comfy.especially during hot sun

HangPC2 posted on 23-3-2006 06:33 PM

Originally posted by MetalFire at 23-3-2006 01:29 PM
I prefer Cheetah athletics.they quite comfy.especially during hot sun

aku pun suker Jenama Cheetah ni sejak dari dulu murah, sesuai dengan cuaca malaysia....

RainbowSix posted on 25-3-2006 07:02 PM

Well, our first game is today. US versus Msia. Hope for the best.


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