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A little help goes a long way By Somjit Jongjohor Beijing Olympic gold medallist


ather than giving money to strangers, I thought there should be something else I could do that would be more beneficial for the public. So, I’ve decided to donate sports equipment to needy schools. So far, I’ve helped 100 schools – one short of my target. I hope this will inspire children to take up sports. Who knows, maybe one of them might follow my footsteps in winning an Olympic medal?

Animation celebration! The Bangkok International Animation Festival has finally been given the go ahead. >PAGE 6

Take a break

The City of Angels’ upcoming film festival offers Hollywood glamour and Cannes prize winners. >PAGE 7

Free time? Enjoy it with live music, Japanese delights or spend time with the young ones at a self-discovery camp. >PAGES 10-11


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RAI of forests nationwide have been burnt by 5,339 fire outbreaks since October last year.




Women and children’s rights activist Paveena Hongsakul tells of her secret struggle with cancer By Wannapa Phetdee D A I LY X P R E S S


aveena Hongsakul is famous for high-profile battles against abusers of women and children, but less well known is the war she’s been waging against breast cancer for several years. In 2004, she found a lump in her right breast while taking a bath – only two months after her last mammogram. Doctors at Queen Sirikit Centre for Breast Cancer confirmed it was a cancerous tumour, and she began treatment.


Diagnosis or death sentence? “As soon as I heard the diagnosis, I assumed it was a death sentence. My first thought was, ‘Will I be able to wrap everything up? Who will run my foundation when I’m gone, and how will my son cope?’ When I gave him the news he was in tears.” In November 2004, she had an operation to remove the tumour. Two months later doctors discovered the cancer had spread to her lymph nodes; she had another operation. Then, as she was about to undergo chemotherapy, doctors found something wrong with her heart. Her pulse was racing at 200-300 times per minute – 60-90 times is normal – so she had another operation to implant the pacemaker needed to protect her heart from the stress of chemotherapy. Kris Chatamra, head and founder of the Centre, says apart from the three operations, Paveena has had 30 doses of radiotherapy and six of chemotherapy. “My son, Supamon has kept me going,” says Paveena. “He buys me DVDs of my favourite comedies and always reminds me to take my medicine and rest. I’ve kept up my work with women and DAILY


children for the foundation throughout the treatment and only told family members about the disease.”

The key to prevention Kris says Paveena was lucky because she found the tumour early, giving her a greater chance of recovery. “Paveena has recovered 95 per cent,” he says. Paveena is sharing the story of her five-year cancer battle with readers of her new book. She was recently chosen as the Centre’s ambassador for its breast cancer awareness campaign, with the job of encouraging women to check their breasts regularly.

XTRA HER STORY >> ‘Diary Pavena Hongsakul: Soo Chana Mareng Rai Nai 5 Pii’ is Bt179 at 7-Eleven branches and other bookstores. >> Income from the books’ sale will go to the Queen Sirikit Centre for Breast Cancer and the Paveena Hongsakula Foundation.

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13486489/Kititnun Rodsupan Lifted out of danger A rescue demonstration is performed yesterday near a naval base in Chon Buri’s Samae Sarn Bay. In the demonstration -- a response to a recent accident in which a dive instructor drowned near a wreck site – navy personnel playing the roles of rescuer and victim are hoisted to safety by a rescue helicopter.

Drop those car keys! City asks 100,000 employees to step away from their vehicles next week to observe the Car Free Day At the launch of a campaign to mark World Car Free Day, all 100,000 city officials and employees were yesterday asked not to use their cars on September 22. Bangkok City deputy governor Theerachon Manomaipibul told a press conference for Bangkok’s Car Free Day 2009 campaign that the city would show its commitment to saving energy and protecting the environment with a festival featuring a parade of 1,000 cyclists on Sunday at the Lan Khon Muang plaza in front of City Hall.



FDA opens the market to erectile dysfunction medication, but sufferers will need prescriptions D A I LY X P R E S S


he Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will allow pharmacies to sell erectile dysfunction remedies but only to patients with prescriptions, FDA’s secretary general Dr Pipat Yingseri said. The move comes after the FDA discovered the booming illegal trade via the Internet, where most of the remedies advertised were counterfeit, it said, and might cause adverse side effects. To date, FDA has registered just three erectile dysfunction products: Sildenafi (branded as Viagra, Elonza and Tonafil), Tadalafil (Cialis), and Vardenafil (Levitra). Patient with a prescription can purchase them at hospitals and clinics.

Illegal Internet trade Pipat said that as men with erectile dysfunction are often

uncomfortable about buying remedies in person, many had turned to the Internet. But those with heart problems risked fatal consequences by taking fake erectile dysfunction products, he explained. “Pharmacists will be told that on no account are they to dispense such a product if the customer cannot produce a doctor’s prescription,” he said. Niyada Kietying-Angsulee of Chulalongkorn University’s Social Pharmacy Research Unit said that previous attempts to make it legal for pharmacies to sell erectile dysfunction medicine had been opposed as committees ruled the drug was not an essential medicine. Niyada said she would oppose any FDA attempts to put the plan into action, even if the agency trained pharmacists to ask for prescriptions

before dispensing to patients.

‘Not the right solution’ “How can the FDA control and examine pharmacies right across country?” she said. The danger of adverse side effects – particularly for patients suffering serious disease – meant the drugs needed to be administered by doctors, she added. “The FDA has no other realistic option for controlling counterfeit versions of the drug.” Community Pharmacy Association’s chairperson Katha Bandittitanukul is also opposed to the FDA’s plan, saying some drugstores are currently selling erectile dysfunction drugs without prescription and at high prices. “The FDA has not resolved the problem the right way. The fake drugs will still be sold in the market,” he said.


SKYTRAINS WILL GIVE FREE RIDES FROM SUNDAY TO TUESDAY FOR ANY COMMUTERS CARRYING FOLDED BICYCLES. The city will ask state offices, organisations and schools in traffic-congestionprone areas to have their workers use public transport on Monday. The city would also request that all of its officials and employees refrain from using their personal cars and instead use carpools or public transport on Tuesday, said Theerachon. Skytrains will give free rides from Sunday to Tuesday for any commuters carrying folded bicycles. Theerachon also revealed plans for another 22 bicycle lanes in the inner city as well as more bicycle parking lots, so as to support the growing number of bicycle users – many of whom are foreign businessmen. The BMA’s Traffic and Transport Office and Public Works Office should have decided on the routes before the year’s end, he said, adding that they would be modelled on Sathorn Road’s



Thursday, September 17, 2009

THE WORLD Let the games begin

A charioteer salutes the crowd in a preview performance for ‘Ben Hur Live’, which premieres in London today.


2,000 The average number of dolphins killed during the annual hunt in Taiji, Japan.

briefly ‘For bigger bananas,have sex in public’ A cult leader promised Papua New Guinea villagers a bigger banana crop every time they had sex in public, Port Moresby’s Post Courier newspaper reported yesterday. People from Yamina in Morobe province walked 12 hours to the nearest town to report the activities of cult leader Thomas Peli. Police sent to Yamina spotted Peli, but he escaped.


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Ai Weiwei


THE TRUTH? Bird’s Nest stadium architect says Chinese police beat him almost to death over his Sichuan earthquake probe D P A , Beijing/Munich


i Weiwei, a leading Chinese artist and architect, said he has undergone surgery in Germany for a cerebral haemorrhage that he said was caused when he was beaten by Chinese police. “I almost died,” the 52-year-old said in an interview by phone from hospital. “The doctors saved me, and now I am well again.” The operation took place on Monday evening in Munich, he said. The bleeding in his brain was a late-arising consequence of a beating police in southern China’s Sichuan province gave him in August, Ai said in an interview with the Munich-based newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung. Ai participated in the design of the “Bird’s Nest” Olympic stadium in Beijing.

The incident allegedly occurred while Ai, against the wishes of local authorities, was seeking to determine how many children died when poorly constructed schools collapsed in the May 2008 Sichuan earthquake. The frequent critic of the Chinese Communist Party said he had documented more than 5,000 names. On August 12, Ai travelled to Sichuan’s capital, Chengdu, to follow the trial of his fellow investigator and activist Tan Zuoren, who was charged with subversion. He told the Sueddeutche Zeitung that police came to his hotel and hit him on the head. Since then, he has suffered from headaches and has been unable to concentrate, he told the newspaper in yesterday’s edition. The pain worsened while he was on a trip to Germany and doctors advised him to have emergency surgery, he said.


Two holes were drilled into his head to reduce the pressure on his brain, he said. “They hit me so hard that I could have lasting damage,” he told the newspaper. “What kind of light does this throw on our state, which is preparing to celebrate its 60th anniversary, when this is the reaction to a legal investigation?”

A 67-year-old motorist pulled over for failing to observe a stop sign told Sydney police that he had been driving in Australia’s biggest city without a licence for 50 years. Next month he will be in court to explain why he hasn’t bothered to take a test since Robert Menzies was prime minister. – DPA

Elephant prankster South Korean police, in one of their more heavyweight cases, are investigating whether a zoo elephant threw a stone at a woman visitor. The woman surnamed Kim told police she was visiting the zoo at the Children’s Grand Park in southeast Seoul on Monday when she noticed an elephant picking up a stone with its trunk. After she turned away from 35-year-old Taesani, she was hit on the back of her head by a large stone, she says. Police found that the alleged assault was out of range of security cameras. “Though Ms Kim believes the elephant threw a stone at her, it’s hard to conclude that the elephant attacked her since there are neither witnesses nor evidence,” said a police source. – AFP

Thursday, September 17, 2009



‘He’s a jackass’ President Obama’s comment on Kanye West’s stunt at the MTV awards was meant to be off the record… A F P , Washington

BC News has apologised after a high-profile news anchor reported on Twitter that President Barack Obama called rapper Kanye West a “jackass” in an off-the-record conversation. The exchange, provoked by West’s conduct at the MTV Video Music Awards when he interrupted an acceptance speech by teen star Taylor Swift, occurred during a break between a series of interviews by Obama at the White House on Monday. The comment, from an off-the-record portion of an interview by US business channel CNBC, was tweeted to one million followers on the micro-blogging site by “Nightline” anchor Terry Moran. The tweet was later deleted. “In the process of reporting on remarks by President Obama that were



The President’s judgement was made off the record during a CNBC interview, but overheard by ABC staffers who tweeted it to the world. made during a CNBC interview, ABC News employees prematurely tweeted a portion of those remarks that turned out to be from an off-the-record portion of the interview,” said ABC News in a statement late Monday. “We apologise to the White House and CNBC and are taking steps to ensure that it will not happen again.” ABC said several staffers heard the comment because they share a transmission line with CNBC, but did not hear the stipulation that the

Technician in custody in Yale grad student slaying A P , NEW HAVEN, Connecticut

olice and FBI agents searched the home of a Yale University animal research technician and led him away in handcuffs to the cheers of neighbours in a hunt for evidence that might tie him to the slaying of a graduate student. No charges were filed against 24year-old Raymond Clark III in Middletown, Connecticut, but police took him into custody while searching for DNA and other physical evidence. Clark was escorted out of the apartment building in Middletown and into a silver car. Neighbours leaned over the apartment building’s iron railings and cheered as police led him away on Tuesday night. New Haven police chief James Lewis described Clark as a person of interest, not a suspect, in the death of 24-year-old Annie Le. The Yale graduate student’s body was found stuffed behind a wall in a campus research building on Sunday, the day she was to be married. Lewis said police would compare DNA taken from Clark’s hair, fingernails and saliva with more than 150 pieces of evidence from the crime scene. “He seemed like a normal guy to me,



Raymond Clark III, 24, wearing white a T-shirt, is driven away from his apartment building by police on Tuesday. no big deal,” said Ivan Hernandez, 22, who lives directly above Clark. “I thought he was nice, actually.” Officials had promised on Tuesday to release an autopsy report that would shed light on exactly how Le died. But then prosecutors blocked release of the results out of concern that it could hinder the investigation. Secrecy helps police confront possible suspects with little-known evidence and makes it harder them to fabricate a cover story. The lack of information also has led to some measure of fear at Yale, which last dealt with a homicide in 1998 – the still-unsolved stabbing death of 21year-old Suzanne Jovin about three kilometres from campus.

comments were not for reporting. Swift had just started speaking at Sunday’s MTV extravaganza when West – whose albums have sold millions and earned him several Grammy awards – abruptly cut in and declared that he felt the award should have gone to R ’n’ B star Beyonce. Beyonce, who looked embarrassed by the outburst, later invited Swift to share the stage with her after receiving her own award. West issued an apology for his tirade.

West interrupts teen star Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech on Sunday night.


Thursday, September 17, 2009



DREW BARRYMORE, ON MARIE CLAIRE PHOTOS IN WHICH SHE IS KISSING ACTRESS ELLEN PAGE. THE TWO STAR IN “WHIP IT”, WHICH BARRYMORE DIRECTED. “We’re just loveable puppy dogs and we have affection and fun and we’re frolicky … People can read into it what they want and I find that delicious and funny.”


LET’S GET ANIMATED! Organisers of the first Bangkok International Animation Festival have plenty of reasons to smile By Parinyaporn Pajee D A I LY X P R E S S


ith just two weeks left to go before the curtain rises on a new showcase under the overall umbrella of the Bangkok International Film Festival, organisers are sighing in relief that the budget has finally been approved and the Bangkok International Animation Film Festival will take place as planned from September 25 to 30. Organised by the Software Industry Promotion Agency in cooperation with the Federation of National Film Associations of Thailand, the project has been in hiatus while waiting for the government to okay the money. “Though we’ve been working on the festival for months, we couldn’t announce it until we had the budget,” says Lak Taechawanchai, chairman of the Thai Animation and Computer Graphics Association and festival director. More than 40 animations made between 2007 and 2009 were quickly selected for screening by the Annecy Film Festival team in France after the organisers called for help. “We want to thank all the companies that agreed to join us at the last minute,” says Auchara Kijkanjanas, producer of the two “Khan Kluay” movies, who helped to make contact with the French festival.

‘Penguin’ premiere The festival opens with the Japanese-French production

‘Yona Yona Penguin’, above, opens the festival. Argentina’s ‘El Empleo’, below left, is among the competition shorts. And Thai animator Payut Ngaokrachang will be paid tribute on ‘Payut Night’.

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“Yona Yona Penguin”, the latest feature animation from “Metropolis” director Rintaro. The 68-year-old animation wizard, who was also behind such Japanese manga hits as “Galaxy Express 999”, will be in Bangkok to attend the movie’s world premiere. The Thai company Imagimax

was also involved in the production process. “ We ’ v e worked in just about every aspect of animation processing for the past three years,” says Imagimax executive producer Sirisak Koshpasharin.

“Yona Yona Penguin” tells the story of Coco, a little girl who wears a penguin suit every night believing that that one day she’ll be able to fly. “Unlike other 3D animations that come with realistic pic-

tures, these pictures are more like paintings,” says Sirisak. The festival closes with “Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea”, the latest work by Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki. It’s been showing at local cinemas since last month.

Thai toons There are two competition sections – Animation Feature and Short Animation. Up for awards are “Mary and Max”, which won the Cristal for the best feature film at Annecy, and the short “El Empleo” from Argentina, which won the Annecy Fipresci award. With the Thai animation industry having only a few films to showcase, they’ve all been slated for screening. That includes both “Khan Kluay” movies as well as “Nak” and “Buddha”. “The Adventure of Sudsakorn”, Payut Ngaokrachang’s 1979 animated feature – Thailand’s first – will be shown on Payut Night at Paragon Cineplex on September 29 in a tribute to the pioneering 80-year-old director.

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FLOWERS have been placed on Patrick Swayze’s star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame as colleagues paid tribute to the actor who died on Monday. “When I think of him, I think of being in his arms when we were kids, dancing,” says Jennifer Grey, who starred with Swayze in “Dirty Dancing”.

VIEWERS tuned in to the first “Jay Leno Show” on Tuesday. It’s the former “Tonight Show” host’s bow on US prime-time TV.

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The Thailand Cultural Centre hosts its first iceskating show on September 26 and 27 when “Cinderella on Ice” glides in as part of Bangkok’s 11th International Festival of Dance and Music. Full of high-speed manoeuvres and stunning special effects, it’s performed by the Imperial Ice Stars from the UK, comprised of Olympic-class figure skaters. Show times are 2.30 and 7.30. Tickets cost from Bt600 to Bt2,500 at Visit www.Bangkok

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Sawasdee to 80 hot, new movies

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Actor Theeradej “Ken” Wongpuapan has given his wife Bussakorn permission to return to the small screen now that their son Khunnatham is doing just fine. Knowing how much “Noi” is missed by her fans, Ken asked her if she wanted to get back to work. She does indeed, but at the moment no one is offering any roles, he laughs. So the word is out: Noi is available again and has a work permit from the boss.

Lo-tech for hi-so Southeast Asian indies and documentaries mix with Hollywood glamour and Cannes prize-winners By Parinyaporn Pajee D A I LY X P R E S S


he Bangkok International Film Festival gets under way next Thursday with more than 80 films at SFW CentralWorld and Paragon Cineplex over a packed sevenday schedule. Opening the fest at CentralWorld is “Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans”, the latest work of the German director Werner Herzog, with Nicolas Cage and Eva Mendes. Cage plays a drug-addicted homicide detective who becomes involved with a dealer suspected of murdering a family of African immigrants. TV Thai’s nine-segment “Sawasdee Bangkok” omnibus will close out the festival. Similar in concept to “Paris je t’aime”, each segment depicts different lifestyles with the capital forming the backdrop. The directors include Bhandit

Rittakol, Prachya Pinkaew, Wisit Sasanatieng, Aditya Assarat and Pen-ek Ratanaruang Pen-ek’s latest film “Nang Mai” (“Nymph”) is the only Thai film in this year’s Southeast Asian Competition. There are also the Filipino offerings “Aurora” and “Independencia”, plus “In the House of Straw” from Singapore. The Main Competition brings together directors making their first or second film. These include “Adrift” from Vietnam, “Everyone Else” from Germany and “I Killed My Mother” from Canada. Pedro Almodovar’s “Broken Embraces” screens in the World Cinema category, along with Cannes winners “A Prophet” and “Antichrist”. The multi-awarded documentary-style drama “Sawan Bana” (“Agrarian Utopia”) by Thai director Urupong

Nicolas Cage and Eva Mendes star in ‘Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans’, the opening film. Raksasad is in the Documentary Showcase alongside “Burma VJ”. There are also retrospectives for the late Thai director Cherd Songsri and Yasmin Ahmad, the Malaysian director who died in July.

Bring on the stars Celebrities expected to walk the red carpet include actors James Belushi and Ving Rhames, action hero Jean-Claude Van Damme, young star Kyle Gallner (“The Haunting in Connecticut”)

and actresses Scout Taylor Compton and Olivia Thirlby. Chinese director Li Yang heads the jury for the main competition along with Cannes-winning director Brillante Mendoza from the Philippines and Thai filmmaker Ekachai Uekrongtham. The Southeast Asian Competition jury is headed by the German film critic Vincenzo Bugno, Singaporean director Royston Tan and Tul Waitoonkiat, the singer of the Thai indie rock band Apartment Khunpa. The Thai Night will be held at the Siam Niramitr Theatre on September 26 while the Golden Kinaree Awards on September 30 will be held at the riverside Chatrium Suite Hotel on Charoenkrung road. Seminar subjects include “Films in Crisis?”, Protecting Your Film in the Digital Era” and “Thailywood – Evolving and Involving”. >> ON THE INTERNET

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Marisa Annita and Marvin Taweepol display elegant duds from Boss.




Pakorn Chatborirak goes vogue in Kenzo clothes.

Paragon says howdy to Audi A century of great cars is celebrated with the latest fashions ■ Pattarawadee Saengmanee Daily Xpress

German automaker Audi celebrated its 100th birthday last week with a bash in Siam Paragon’s Hall of Mirrors, and the mall put on a funky fashion show by way of congratulations. On view were outfits from the autumnwinter collections of Emporio Armani, Escada, Hugo Boss, Kenzo, Salvatore Ferragamo and Versace, all of which have boutiques in the mall. ETC set the mood first, playing their hit song “Sing Mee Chee Wit Tee Riek Wa Hua

ETC was there to open the show.

Jai”, and then supermodel Marisa Annita appeared in an elegant black dress and Marvin Taweepol in a smart black suit by Boss. That was the “Executive Lifestyle” segment of the show. “Adventure” was next, with Odette Henriette Jacqmin, Pakkaramai Potranan and actor Pakorn Chatborirak in gorgeous outfits by Kenzo. Pichit Hataisuwan and Rangsit Sirananon sported Boss Green clothes for the “Athletic Lifestyle” episode, and for “Social”, TV actress Pattaratida “Tangmo” Patcharaveerapong and her boyfriend Phongsakorn Mahapaurya donned glittering outfits by Thai designers from the mall’s Code 10 zone. Escada goosed things along with fabulous, shocking-pink dresses modelled by Odette Henriette Jacqmin and Pakkaramai Potranan to complete the series with “Trendsetter”. Finally, the Plengpanich family – Chatchai and Sinjai and eldest son Sithichok – showed off evening outfits from Salvatore Ferragamo.

Rangsit Sirananon models sporty Boss.

Odette Henriette Jacqmin looks smart in a Kenzo, next to an Audi A4 1.8 TFSI.

Pattaratida ‘Tangmo’ Patcharaveerapong and her boyfriend Phongsakorn Mahapaurya check out the Audi.

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Danger lurks in the shower And we’re not talking about a scene from ‘Psycho’ By Karen Kaplan LOS ANGELES TIMES


an taking a shower be hazardous to your health? Perhaps so, according to a study published online Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. We’re not talking about anything as mundane as slipping and falling in a wet, soapy shower stall. Nope, this is much creepier. We're talking about invisible microbes that live inside your shower head and bombard you in aerosolised form as you shower. Cue the ominous music ...

“Shower aerosol particles can be sufficiently small to carry bacteria deep into the airways,” according to a group of researchers from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Unsuspecting shower-takers could be placing themselves at risk for contracting asthma, bronchitis and pulmonary diseases. Some scientists have speculated that a recent rise in certain kinds of bacterial infections can be traced to the increasing popularity of showers instead of baths. So the Colorado researchers took samples of biofilms that formed inside 45

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shower heads from nine cities, including New York and Denver. Generally speaking, the microbes they found resembled the populations known to exist in each locale’s water supply, but many of those bugs were more than 100 times as plentiful in the shower heads, according to the study. The researchers were surprised to find an abundance of bacteria belonging to the Mycobacterium genus. One such species, M avium, is a noted “opportunistic pathogen” that appears to thrive inside shower heads. Small amounts of various other bacterial species known to cause respiratory diseases were also identified in the study.

On the plus side, the researchers found only minuscule amounts of Legionella pneumophila, the organism that causes Legionnaire’s disease. To put things into perspective, the researchers noted that there are 10 million bacteria in a typical litre of tap water and another one million bacteria in a cubic meter of indoor air. In our daily lives, we humans move through a sea of microbial life that is seldom perceived,” they assured readers. Still, they wrote, their census lends support to other reports linking M avium infections to shower heads. Perhaps some people with compromised immune systems or weak lung function should forgo showers and take baths instead, they advised.

Why a catnap’s better than coffee By Lindsay Minnema THE WASHINGTON POST


eaching for coffee, soda or other caffeinated drinks in the middle of the day may not give you quite the boost you hope it will. Though caffeine may enhance your alertness and concentration, researchers at the University of California in San Diego say it probably doesn’t do much to help your memory. In fact, caffeine may actually interfere with tasks such as re-

membering specific words or performing learned motor skills. In a study of 61 participants taught new words and a finger-tapping task in the morning, those who did not have caffeine in the middle of the day were able to remember the tasks better that afternoon than those who did have caffeine. Participants who took a nap in the middle of the day were even better at performing the tasks later.


quick shots Renal redux Join a free seminar about kidney transplants on Saturday from 11.30am to 5 at Ramathibodi Hospital’s Attasit meeting room on the fifth floor of Sirikit Building. The seminar includes several educational sessions including how to prepare a transplant and who can donate a kidney. Patients who’ve gone through the procedure will also be on hand to share their experience. There’ll be an opportunity to consult with doctors and ask questions. The event is free of charge but participation is limited to 300 people. Call (02) 201 1661-2.

Squares of many colours

BNH Hospital is celebrating 111 years of providing care by inviting members of the public to knit sixinch squares and send them into the hospital before October 16. The squares collected as part of “Let’s Knit 2009” will be made into blankets and donated to the needy in Thailand’s rural areas. Squares can be knitted in any pattern or colour but donors are requested to use Size 6 needles. Call (02) 686 2700 extensions 3372 or 3395.

Modern medicine showcased The Medical Fair Thailand 2009, which continues through tomorrow night at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre, showcases the very best in the health care business with state-ofthe-art hospital, diagnostic, pharmaceutical, medical and rehabilitation equipment and supplies. Aimed to promote medical tourism in the Kingdom, the fair also serves as a platform for medical suppliers, industry professionals, government bodies, hospital administrators, doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals.


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All that glitters As part of the Bangkok Gems and Jewellery Fair 2009 at Impact Convention Centre in Muang Thong Thani until Saturday, Hrisikesh is offering a deal at its booth. Pick up a “lucky discount” coupon and a chance to enter the grand prize drawing for a sparkling Navaratna pendant. Visit

Magic moments Until September 27, the

Emporium is hosting a photo exhibition titled “The Extraordinary Life” by Sorakirit Pongdee. The photos capture memorable moments as well as the performers who’ve taken part in “Singha Presents Emporium Music Legends” during the past year.

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Veggie victuals Until September 25, feast on

meatless dishes at the International Vegetarian Festival at the Evergreen Laurel Hotel Bangkok’s Cafe Laurel. Prices start at Bt599 for adults, with children 12 and under paying half price. Check it out Monday to Friday in a group of three and you’ll only pay for two. Call (02) 266 9988 or (02) 266 7266, extensions 2826-7.

Stretching young minds Children can learn the power of concentration and creative thinking at the Self-Discovery Camp at Horseshoe Point in Pattaya from October 13 to 17. It’s open to kids aged seven to 11 and offers such activities as yoga, horse riding, games and art. Places are limited. Call (02) 717 5111, (086) 984 9977 or visit

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Thursday, September 17, 2009




on dvd REGION 3

The Proposal


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Kate Becksin sa Antarctica ju le stars as a US marsha l st before th e onset of w who arrives in chilly darknes inter and six s to investig mo ate the Sou Rated 13+. th Pole’s firs nths of ★★ t homicide.

District 9

Triangle for encounters with mysterious and stunning creatures of the deep. At Krungsri

★ Rated 13+.★★

Haa Phrang


Five short moralistic suspense yarns are all inspired by stories from the headlines. Rated 15+.

Gerard Butler portrays a convict locked into combat in a violent and deadly online game. Rated

Crows Zero II


18+. ★★★


Confused sexuality reigns as a shy Japanese exchange students experiences her first love in Taiwan. In Mandarin with

Japanese with English and Thai subtitles at the Lido.

Numbered ragdolls – all that’s left of humanity – are threatened when an ancient war machine is awakened. At Paragon. Rated G. ★★★★


Miao Miao

Cult director Takeshi Miike’s violent teenage gangsters have their turf threatened by a new pack of white-clad skinheads. In

My Sister’s Keeper

The Naked Kitchen

Cameron Diaz portrays a mother in this drama about a girl (Abigail Breslin) who resents being the bone-marrow donor for her leukaemia-stricken older sister. Rated G. ★★★

A husband and wife add an ingredient in this food-based comedy. In Korean with English and Thai subtitles at SFW CentralWorld; Thai-dubbed at other SF branches. Rated 15+.

For 20 years, a spaceship has been stalled above Johannesburg, with its alien inhabitants segregated into a shantytown. Now the time has come to move them out. Rated 15+. ★★★★

English and Thai subtitles at House.

Under the Sea 3D A film crew explores the Coral


A senior citizens’ choir learns to sing new songs – by the likes of Coldplay, Sonic Youth and James Brown. At House. Rated P.

Khwamjum Sun Tae Rak Chan Yao Director Yongyooth Thongkongtoon looks at the love lives of two couples – a lonely veterinarian (“Pe” Arak Amornsupasiri) who thinks he has a chance with his old highschool crush (Yarinda Bunnag) and a widow (Sansanee Wattananukul) who takes a shine to a silver-haired gent showing signs of Alzheimer’s. Special features include deleted scenes, making-of and a photo gallery. It’s priced at around Bt200. Audio and subtitles are Thai only. – DAILY XPRESS

on tv

The Final Destination A teenager has a premonition of a fatal racing-car crash but that only delays the inevitable bizarre ends for his friends. In 3D in some cinemas. Rated 18+. ★★


>> CINEMA NUMBERS Apex: Lido, (02) 252 6498, Siam, (02) 251 3508, Scala, (02) 251 2861 Century: (02) 247 9940 House: (02) 641 5177-8 Imax: (02) 129 4631 Major Cineplex/EGV/ Esplanade: Bangkok, (02) 515 5555 Major Hollywood: (02) 718 7999 Paragon Cineplex: (02) 129 4635 SF Cinemas: Bangkok, (02) 268 8888 UMG: RCA, (02) 641 5913-14

As of August 2009, Thailand has these motion-picture ratings: G – General audiences. P – Promote as educational. 13+, 15+ and 18+ – Suggested minimum ages for viewers. 20+ – Restricted to viewers aged 20 and older; ID check mandatory.

> > C H A N N E L L I N KS

>> CRITICAL CONSENSUS Channel 3: Channel 5: Channel 7: Modernine: NBT: TV Thai: True:

★★★★★ = Must see! ★★★★ = Solidly entertaining ★★★ = It’s okay ★★ = Barely watchable ★ = Don’t bother No star rating means no reviews were available.

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito are mismatched twins separated at birth looking for their missing mum. HBO (TrueVisions), 8pm > > F I L M R AT I N GS

Fun Kote Kote (Dreamaholic) The story of an impossible romance between a 40-something street performer (Ping Lampraperng) and a popular actress (Pavinee Viriyacahikij). Rated 15+.


Close to Home By John McPherson


Pooch Cafe

The Buckets


Calvin and Hobbes

By Brian Basset

By Paul Gilligan

By Scott Stantis

By Bryan Basset

By Bill Watterson

Thursday, Septemebr 17, 2009


Red and Rover


Thursday, September 17, 2009



Games&YourStars SUDOKU

The last word in


By Eugenia Last

Today’s Birthday: This is a good time to make crucial moves that can save you time and money or to invest in something too good to pass up. Either way, you stand to come out on top and with extra cash in your pocket. Don’t be afraid to act. Put your insight and practical outlook to good use.

Yesterday’s Puzzle Answer Complete the grid so that every row, column and 3x3 box contains every digit from 1 to 9 inclusively.

ARIES *** March 21-April 19 Re-evaluate your situation and consider where your priorities should be. Do things that will utilise your talents to the fullest. A new spin to something you’ve done in the past will revitalise its potential. TAURUS ***** April 20-May 20 You’ve got more going for you than you realise. Use your know-how to turn something mediocre into something spectacular. Don’t be shy when you are so close to getting what you want. GEMINI ** May 21-June 20 Know exactly what you are talking about and have the facts to back your allegations. Someone looking for any little mistake will put what you claim under a microscope. Be confident.


CANCER **** June 21-July 22 You’ve got plenty to offer so don’t sell yourself short. Hard bargaining will bring you success and help you accomplish the alterations you want to make. Don’t back down. LEO *** July 23-Aug. 22 Your mind may be on other things but it’s important that you think about your past, present and future financial and professional dealings. Use your experience to avoid making a costly mistake.


VIRGO *** Aug. 23-Sept. 22 You’ll be emotional about your life and your future. Cover up your concerns for now and deal with whatever needs tending to. Your performance and sense of responsibility will help you win in the end. LIBRA *** Sept. 23-Oct. 22 Put a little added pressure on someone who owes you a favour and you will be able to meet any demand being put on you. Showing your true feelings will not help you get what you want. SCORPIO **** Oct. 23-Nov. 21 Trust in your own talent and ability. Focus on the doable and you will accomplish the most. Process and put into play what you already have to offer and you will be positioned for the future. SAGITTARIUS ** Nov. 22-Dec. 21 You’ll be caught if you try to get away with something. No matter how inconsequential, it is not a good time to take a risk. It’s as if you are under a microscope and everyone is watching.

Baz Luhrmann

Actor David Huddleston is 79. Singer LaMonte McLemore is 70. Singer Fee Waybill of The Tubes is 59. Actress Elvira is 58. Director Baz Luhrmann is 47. Vocalist Keith Flint of Prodigy is 40. Actor Matthew Settle is 40. Rapper Vinnie of Naughty by Nature is 39. Singer Anastacia is 36. Singer Marcus Sanders of Hi-Five is 36. Singer-actress Nona Gaye is 35. Drummer Chuck Comeau of Simple Plan is 30. Bassist Jon Walker of Panic at the Disco is 24.

CAPRICORN ***** Dec. 22-Jan. 19 Turn on the charm and go after exactly what you want. You will not be denied and the options made available will allow you to do even more with what you receive. A windfall can change your life. AQUARIUS *** Jan. 20-Feb. 18 As soon as you take on too great a task or make a promise you cannot keep, you will face opposition and complaints. Don’t withhold information that could affect a relationship. PISCES *** Feb. 19-March 20 Don’t be tricked by someone playing emotional games. Ask direct questions and don’t settle for evasive answers. Dig deep to determine what’s the best route to take in terms of partnerships.


Big C Supercenter PCL, Thailand's leading hypermarket, is looking for highly motivated men and women to join our professional team of more than 14,000 employees working in our Headquarters Office in Bangkok and in Big C stores throughout Thailand.

Come to join the Big C Management Team in any of the following open positions:

1. Store General Manager ✔ ✔ ✔

Bachelor’s degree or higher in Business Administration or related fields At least 8 years experience in retail business with 3 years as a store manager in large hypermarket store, proven track record of successes required Good command of both spoken and written English

2. Assistant General Manager/Division Manager/Department Manager 2.1 Fresh Food Division 2.2 Dry Food Division 2.3 General Merchandise Division ✔ Bachelor’s degree in any field ✔ At least 5 years experience in retail business ✔ Good knowledge of each product category 2.4 Customer Service Division/Department ✔ Bachelor’s degree in any field ✔ At least 3 years experience in retail business in the area of customer service, cashier and invoice & claim 2.5 Replenishment Division/Department ✔ Bachelor’s degree in any field ✔ At least 3 years experience in retail business in the area of inventory control and goods receiving 2.6 Maintenance Division/Department ✔ Bachelor’s degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering ✔ At least 3 years experience in retail business in the area of all maintenance services such as water, electrical, air-conditioning and telephone systems 2.7 Plaza Division/Department ✔ Bachelor’s degree in any field ✔ At least 3 years experience in retail business in the area of rental space and tenancy services Qualifications for all positions ➢ Strong leadership with very good people skills ➢ Open minded, strong negotiation and communication skills ➢ Good interpersonal skills, flexibility and financially competent ➢ Able to relocate and work on shift schedule ➢ Good command of both spoken and written English would be an advantage ➢ Computer literacy As a member of the Big C team, you will enjoy participating in a competitive package of salary, annual bonus, incentive bonus (in some jobs), and a benefits package which will provide financial security to both you and your family - now and in the future. Interested applicants are invited to apply in person or send their application with full resume indicating qualifications and experience, transcript, current & expected salary and recent photo to:

Human Resources Division (Recruitment Dept.) Big C Supercenter Public Co., Ltd. 6th Floor, 97/11 Rajdamri Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 E-mail: Website:

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Thursday, September 17, 2009

THE SPORT briefly

Kenyon to step down at Chelsea

Crowe sorry for team bust-up Hollywood star Russell Crowe apologised yesterday for a bar-room fracas involving his Australian rugby league team, saying it rekindled uncomfortable memories of his own bad-boy antics. The Oscar winner said he was embarrassed about an incident at a pub which resulted in South Sydney coach Jason Taylor being knocked out by player David Fa’alogo during an end-of-season party earlier this month. Crowe, who partowns the National Rugby League (NRL) team but was not present at the function, said it was his responsibility to ensure everyone associated with the club followed its code of conduct.- AFP

4-1 Boston’s Daisuke Matsuzaka pitched six shutout innings to lead the Red Sox to a win over the Los Angeles Angels. N AT I O N A L G A M E S

Natthanun takes her 12th gold DAILY XPRESS



Peter Kenyon is to step down as chief executive of Chelsea from the end of next month, the English Premier League club said in a surprise announcement. Kenyon will continue as a nonexecutive director and will represent the club in various committees of Uefa and the European Clubs’ Association but his move from the senior executive position at the club will inevitably trigger speculation about possible differences with the club’s owner Roman Abramovich. In a statement announcing the switch, Kenyon confirmed that he would be looking for a new job, saying he felt he had “at least one major challenge left in me.” Kenyon, who controversially left the chief executive’s job at Manchester United before joining Chelsea in February 2004, said: “I have been in football for 15 years and I can say with great certainty and pleasure the experience at Chelsea is one of the best I have had.” – AFP


Vijay Singh has missed the cut a career-high six times and had only three top-10s this year.


SINGH SYNDROME ‘Big 4’ in 2008 turns into a big flop this year AP, Lemont, Illinois


he “Big Four” in last year’s FedEx Cup delivered a big flop for an encore. Vijay Singh won the first two play-off events and mathematically clinched the $10 million prize before the Tour Championship. All he had to do was finish four rounds at East Lake to win. He didn’t make it out of the second round this year. Singh missed the cut a career-high six times, had only three top 10s and is 60th on the US money list with just over $1.2 million. The Fijian did not reach the Tour Championship for the first time since 1994, when Nick Price was player of the year and Tiger Woods was starting at Stanford University. Singh indicated he will play some of the Fall Series as he tries to avoid going winless for the first time since 2001. Singh, 46, had knee surgery in January and never seriously contended. “It wasn’t the season I was

looking for,” Singh told Golfweek magazine. “A lot of mishaps along the way, and it ended up being a real crappy season. ... I had a pretty ordinary year, to say the least, and I’m just going to go figure it out. There’s no other explanation.” Camilo Villegas won the final two FedEx Cup play-off events in 2008 and was second to Singh in the standings. Villegas, who rose to No 7 in the world ranking at the end of the year, hasn’t won since. The Colombian has slipped to No 16 in the world and didn’t come close to making it to the Tour Championship. Sergio Garcia lost in a play-off twice during the FedEx Cup and finished third. He closed the year with two victories in Europe and five straight finishes in the top five to reach No 2 in the world. Garcia had a chance to go to No 1 in the world in March. Garcia now is No 7 in the world ranking and barely made it to last week’s BMW Championship before he was eliminated. And then there’s Anthony Kim, a two-time winner a year ago who finished No. 4 in the final standings. Kim had only

three top 10s this year, missed four cuts and has slipped to No. 20 in the world. “I’ve been struggling all year, haven’t got putts to fall,” Kim said. “It’s disappointing, but I’ll tell you what, I’ve worked real hard for the last month. I’m going to keep working hard and I’m going to be ready for next season.”

Home on the range Padraig Harrington is peculiar about practice ranges. Coming off a runner-up finish at The Barclays, the three-time major champion lost some confidence on the range at the Deutsche Bank Championship – not so much because of his swing, but the angle of the range. “There was something about the angle of the range [at TPC Boston] that I didn’t like, and I hit a number of poor shots on the range,” he said. “And every day I went to the golf course, I wasn’t feeling good about my driving.” As for his ranges he enjoys? He likes the TPC Sawgrass and Muirfield Village, but his favourite is at the Masters. “Augusta, by a long way,” he said. “And they’re changing it.”

angkok made a big splash by sweeping all six gold medals on offer on the final day of the swimming competition, with talented Natthanun Junkrajang winning three, including two with Games’ records, in the 38th National Games. The swimming events concluded yesterday with Bangkok retaining their overall title after capturing 40 gold medals. Natthanun alone won 12 golds for the capital. Yesterday, Natthanun, the Best Female Athlete in the SEA Games in Nakhon Ratchasima, maintained her spectacular form. She won the day’s first gold in the 200m backstroke before setting a Games record of two minutes, 02.46 seconds in the 200m freestyle. She then led Bangkok’s charge in the women’s 4x100m medley relay to help her team win gold with a record-shattering 4.26.77 secs. Aside from the 12 gold medals she won in the Trang Games, Natthanun also picked up a silver in the 800m freestyle where she was relegated to second place by national swimmer and team-mate Ruethai Santadwattana. Meanwhile, hosts Trang reigned supreme in pencak silat, winning four out of the 11 golds at stake, while Si Sa Ket captured the lion’s share of three golds up for grabs in the wrestling competition. Nakhon Pathom took the women’s seven-a-side rugby football, with Roi-Et clinching the men’s event. Bangkok dominated the shooting competition to bag two out of the four golds on offer yesterday, while SEA Games gold medallist Yanisa Torrattanawattana, representing the host province, shattered Bangkok’s dreams to sweep both golds in taekwondo.

Thursday, September 17, 2009



Midfielder Veron says Maradona is leading Argentina to World Cup doom Veteran Argentina midfielder Juan Sebastien Veron claims under-fire team manager Diego Maradona is struggling to put together an efficient team of 11 players despite having a dearth of quality at his disposal. Two-time champions Argentina last week slipped to fifth in the South American World Cup qualifying standings, a place below the automatic qualification slots, after

conceding four defeats in their last five games. Veron meanwhile admitted in an interview with La Red radio station he was concerned about Argentina’s qualifying chances, and claimed that Maradona has picked players who are not on the kind of form needed to play for the “Albiceleste”. “We’ve got great players but the coach [Maradona] hasn’t really unearthed his

Juan Veron says Maradona has not picked players in form. best team yet,” said Veron, a former Manchester United player who is now captain of

Estudiantes in Argentina’s top division. The last time Argentina, World Cup champions in 1978 and 1986, failed to make the finals was in 1970. After recent defeats to Brazil (1-3) and Paraguay (0-1), Veron believes they are in a precarious position. “Anything could happen,” said the 34-year-old when asked whether Argentina were in danger of not qualifying. “The fact is that there are



Chelsea happy to win ugly AFP, London

Commotion in Argentina as Maradona takes refuge in spa

take his designation to replace him temporarily as a form of treason, but AFA President Julio Grondona is said to have reassured him that this would have no effect on Maradona’s powers once he is back. Until then, however, there is plenty of work to do. “I am very worried. What is coming next are decisive games for qualification,” Bilardo said. Neither Grondona not Maradona have talked to the media about what is going on, although Grondona is reportedly furious at the coach’s untimely spa attendance in the northern Italian town of Merano.

D P A , Buenos Aires


rgentina was still pondering in shock – and doubt – whether its football team would make it to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, when coach Diego Maradona took off by surprise for a spa in Italy. “It’s all confusion,” the daily Clarin said. National football legend Maradona, 48, may have been planning the trip for weeks, but many at the Argentine Football Association (AFA) felt that the timing could hardly have been worse. “Maradona distanced himself from the pressure of the defeats in the qualifiers,” the daily La Nacion interpreted. Carlos Bilardo – who led Argentina to the 1986 title and is currently assistant to Maradona – was designated to stand in until the coach’s expected return next week. “It is an interim mandate to keep doing things. This is a logistical situation, not one related to football. It’s about not putting everything on hold,” AFA spokesman Ernesto Cherquis Bialo told said. But most were not convinced. Clarin wondered in a headline “Who’s boss in the national team?” – no small matter, given the arduous task at hand. Argentina currently stand fifth in the South American World Cup qualifiers, and if qualifying were to finish right now they would have to face a

players in the team who are not in their very best form.” Veron highlighted Barcelona’s highly-regarded striker Lionel Messi, but defended the player by saying: “At Barcelona they play a game of short, quick passes which is different to the way Argentina play. Here, everyone expects Lio [Messi] to dribble through five players and then score a goal. But he can’t do everything himself.”

Diego Maradona has checked into a spa in the Italian town of Merano for weight- reduction treatment . team from the North, Central America and Caribbean zone in a play-off for a World Cup place. And there are still two games to go – two finals, as Argentine media stress – against Peru and Uruguay in mid-October.

Hard to digest The football-crazy South American country was still trying to digest this much, fresh from two painful defeats against Brazil and Paraguay earlier this month. And Maradona took off to engage in weight-loss spa treatment for 10-12 days, according to his personal doctor Alfredo Cahe, who did not even rule out a longer stay. Many of course wondered whether the great tensions of recent weeks might have led Maradona to relapse into his years-long addiction to co-


caine and other drugs. But Cahe insisted that he is only overweight. “Emotionally he


is very stable, but worried,” the doctor noted. Bilardo is reportedly concerned that Maradona may

Filling the gap Be that as it may, Maradona is now in Italy, Bilardo is filling the gap, and the crucial qualifiers are only a month away. The key is, of course, to make things work when Maradona returns, and that remains an uncertain challenge. “What is happening to Diego is normal, because in any profession there is no human being who can prove they are perfect from one day to the next,” former player and coach and current analyst Roberto Perfumo said of Maradona’s scarce experience as coach. “Didn’t people know that in advance? Yes, and they hired him anyway.” As things stand, Argentina will have to wait for their coach. And once he is back, they will have to beat Peru and Uruguay to get a place in South Africa.“We need Maradona to be healthy, wholesome and strong,” Cherquis Bialo said.


arlo Ancelotti insists he is happy for Chelsea to win ugly as the Blues manager bids to lead his side to Champions League glory. Ancelotti’s team spluttered to an unconvincing 1-0 victory over Porto on their return to European action at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday. Nicolas Anelka’s superb finish early in the second-half was enough to clinch the points. Chelsea lacked the killer instinct and physical presence to dominate a slickpassing Porto outfit. Most disturbing was the way Chelsea gave away possession with alarming regularity, but Ancelotti knows, that victories are more important than eye-catching performances. Blues owner Roman Abramovich, who has long yearned for a team of ultra-entertaining flair players, may disagree but for former AC Milan boss Ancelotti the result is all that matters. “It is impossible to play well in all the games. Sometimes we can win with other characteristics,” Ancelotti said. “It is good for us to win and also to have difficulties because we can learn from it. “We can’t always play the best, we have to win without playing well. This is another important thing for a team.” With Drogba still banned for two more matches, Ancelotti will be relying on Anelka to produce more of the magic. “Anelka is a great player with Drogba and without Drogba. He can play alone and in the centre of attack,” he said.

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Red Devils evade lasers, roast Turks

PROVING HIS WORTH Ronaldo shows his pedigree as Real hammer Zurich AP, Zurich

ven at a world-record price of US$135 million, Cristiano Ronaldo is giving Real Madrid exactly what it paid for. The world player of the year scored twice on his Champions League debut for Real on Tuesday, firing in trademark free kicks at key moments in a 5-2 victory against FC Zurich. Add an array of his usual flicks and shimmies, plus glimpses of thrilling link play with his illustrious new teammates Kaka and Raul, and there was plenty to entertain a global audience watching the world’s most popular club football competition. With Ronaldo on his team, Real president Florentino Perez’s business model for a new galacticos era can seem to make perfect sense. Perez persuaded Spanish banks during a financial crisis to fund a $360 million spending spree on players who would restore the club’s brand after seven straight years of Champions League failure. Since most of the money was spent on forwards rather than defenders, Ronaldo might just have to score two, and the team five, each game to be sure of winning. The ever-confident Portuguese shrugged off any suggestion he was under pressure to deliver. “I never feel pressure,” the 24year-old Ronaldo said. “I just work to score goals. I scored two and I’m really pleased for that but the important thing is to win games.”




Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo scores the fourth goal against Zurich with a free kick. His first goal came after 27 scoreless minutes against unheralded host Zurich which buzzed around the field and shaped as nobody’s patsy. This despite an annual budget of $15.4 million, about the same as its tormentor’s basic salary. Having drawn a second foul in quick succession in his sweet spot 25 metres (yards) out, just left of centre, Ronaldo squared up to the ball, feet planted, legs spread wide. His first dead-ball shot had sliced high and wide, but the next found its range tracing a rising path into the net, though barely out of reach of Zurich goalkeeper Johnny Leoni. Ronaldo’s skipping celebration run was more about boyish

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I WILL SLEEP TONIGHT.RONALDO IS VERY SPECIAL WHEN HE SHOOTS THE BALL AND IT’S MOVING VERY FAST. Leoni, goalkeeper, Zurich delight than arrogance at once more making the stunning seem

commonplace. “He has proven again he can do whatever he wants,” Real coach Manuel Pelligrini said. “He has already proven enough.” Cruising with a 3-0 lead at halftime, Real’s defensive shortcomings allowed Zurich a penalty and a header off a corner midway through the second period to bring the Letzigrund Stadium to life. When Real needed a late insurance goal, Ronaldo won the free kick and fired a relatively ordinary 30-metre(yard) shot whose reputation preceded it. Leoni spilled the ball above his head and over the goalline. Ronaldo’s fast start on suggests he can live up to his side of Real’s galacticos bargain.

Manchester United got their Champions League campaign off to a winning start, despite the efforts of a fan who targeted Sir Alex Ferguson’s players with a laser. After watching Paul Scholes head in a late winner against Turkish champions Besiktas, Ferguson confirmed that centreback Jonny Evans had been among United players targetted. “It was in the first half, although thankfully the police did something about it,” Ferguson said. “They managed to get the culprit, which is good because I noticed it particularly on Jonny Evans. It seemed to be on him all the time.” A game of few chances was settled by the 77thminute strike from Scholes, the midfielder heading in the rebound after Besiktas goalkeeper, Hakan Arikan, had beaten out a shot from Portugal winger Nani. It was a far from vintage performance from last season’s runners-up but Ferguson declared himself satisfied with a job well done. “Over the years, Paul Scholes has got a lot of goals like that for us and it is a very important goal for us,” he said. Ferguson shrugged off Wayne Rooney’s petulant reaction to being substituted just after the hour mark. “It was always part of our thoughts to bring Wayne off,” Ferguson said. “He is never pleased to come off. He has so much energy he wants to play all the time.” AFP

Grafite scores 3 for Wolfsburg AFP, Wolfsburg, Germany


undesliga champions VfL Wolfsburg got off to a winning start on their Champions League debut in Group B as Brazil striker Grafite scored a hat-trick to seal a 3-1 win here on Tuesday over Russian side CSKA Moscow. The German champions brushed off defeats in their last three league games to begin their campaign in style, but the

night belonged to Grafite. “It’s a great, unbelievable feeling to score a hat-trick on your Champions League debut,” beamed the Brazilian. “I have to thank my teammates for providing me with the opportunity, but it has been a great night for the club.” The hosts will face bigger challenges ahead in their quest to get out of Group B, where they are also up against 2008

champions Manchester United and Turkish champions Besiktas – who were beaten 1-0 at home by United – but they had few problems here at the Volkswagen Arena. “It was not exactly an intoxicating match to watch, but that was part of the plan,” said Wolfsburg coach Armin Veh. “We didn’t want to deliver a spectacle, we wanted to put in a good defensive performance and win.”


Thursday, September 17, 2009


THESPORT Team chief Flavio Briatore yesterday sensationally quit the Renault Formula One team, which has been hit by serious allegations of cheating at last year’s Grand Prix in Singapore, the team announced in a statement. Renault said in a short statement that Briatore and Pat Symonds, the director of engineering, had both left the team ahead of a meeting on Monday with the sport’s world ruling body the FIA to explain recent allegations of race-fixing. The statement said: “The team announces that its team chief, Flavio Briatore, and its director of engineering Pat Symonds have quit the team.” Renault have been summoned to appear before the FIA’s International Motor Sport Council in Paris on September 21 to answer claims by Nelson Piquet junior that he was asked by Renault to crash deliberately during the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix, so giving a racewinning advantage to his team-mate Spaniard Fernando Alonso. If Renault are found guilty of race-fixing, they could be expelled from the sport for the role they played in an affair which has been dubbed ‘crashgate’. The team had denied all of the claims made against them by Piquet junior, who was dismissed by the team in July after being told he had failed to perform to expectations. But yesterday Renault appeared to partly admit some role in the controversy by adding in the statement they “would not contest the FIA’s recent allegations concerning the Singapore Grand Prix”. The statement added: “Before participating at the FIA’s International Motor Sport Council hearing in Paris on September 21, the team will make no further comment.” A report by The Times said that Symonds was told that if he came clean over how and why Nelson Piquet junior drove his car into the barriers in Singapore in 2008, he would escape sanctions. Former driver Piquet and his father, threetime world champion Nelson Piquet senior, claimed that Renault conspired to fix the outcome of last year’s race. In response Renault accused Piquet of blackmail and announced they were launching criminal proceedings against him and his father. – A F P


VICK BACK IN THE ROSTER The Philadelphia Eagles elevated suspended Michael Vick to the team’s 53-man roster, a move that allows the quarterback to practice with them.

Flavio Briatore left Renault ahead of a meeting on Monday with the sports world ruling body.




Ronaldo thrills with his free kicks

‘Big four’ turns into a big flop

Even at a world-record price of $135 million, Cristiano Ronaldo is giving Real Madrid exactly what it paid for. The world player of the year scored twice on his Champions League debut for Real. Add an array of his usual flicks and shimmies, plus glimpses of thrilling link play with his illustrious new team-mates Kaka and Raul, and there was plenty to entertain a global audience. >PAGE 27

The “Big Four” in last year’s FedEx Cup delivered a big flop for an encore. Vijay Singh, who won the Tour Championship didn’t make it out of the second round this year. Camilo Villegas won the final two FedEx Cup play-off events in 2008 and was second to Singh in the standings. The Colombian didn’t come close to making it to the Tour Championship. >PAGE 24