Saturday, October 13, 2007

Rooney on target in England win

Wayne Rooney scored his first competitive international goal since 2004 as England eased past Estonia in their Euro 2008 qualifier at Wembley.

Shaun Wright-Phillips set England on their way when his shot from the right went through keeper Mart Poom's legs.

Rooney almost ended his goal drought with an exquisite chip before netting with a deflected shot from 15 yards.

Taavi Rahn headed an own goal from 20 yards just before half-time but England failed to score in the second half.
It was a comfortable win for Steve McClaren's men, who can now qualify for next summer's tournament in Austria and Switzerland if they beat Russia on Wednesday.

Once again, Gareth Barry produced a solid performance in midfield after being preferred to Frank Lampard and McClaren will be delighted that Rooney was able to add his name to the scoresheet.

And with England three goals up at half-time, McClaren chose to exercise caution ahead of the trip to Moscow by taking off Rio Ferdinand, who would have missed the game had he picked up a booking.
However, Ashley Cole, who was also on a yellow card but came out for the second half, may not face Russia after he was carried off just a couple of minutes after the restart.

The Chelsea left-back fell awkwardly after he and substitute Joleon Lescott, on for Ferdinand, clumsily dealt with a rare Estonia attack.

Before that it had been plain sailing for England, who got the start they wanted when Wright-Phillips' shot squirmed past Poom after only 11 minutes.

And centre-back Sol Campbell, winning his 70th cap because of skipper John Terry's injury, could hardly have had an easier match in which to make his international comeback after a 16-month absence.

By contrast, Estonia's defence looked extremely vulnerable, with Rooney and Joe Cole particularly dangerous.

And the two combined for England's second when Cole's cross from the left was stepped over by Michael Owen and Rooney struck the ball into the bottom corner via a deflection.

There was considerably more Estonian involvement in England's third goal a minute later when Rahn spectacularly headed past his own keeper from outside the penalty area as he tried to cut out Ashley Cole's cross.
England's rhythm faltered after the interval and Estonia managed to test goalkeeper Paul Robinson with a couple of efforts.

The Tottenham keeper, whose place in the starting line-up had been the subject of much debate amid shaky club form, fumbled a drive by Ragnar Klavan but collected the ball at the second attempt.

For a 10-minute spell, Estonia threatened to come into the game but never really looked capable of producing a serious fightback.

Yet England appeared unable or unwilling - perhaps with a eye on Wednesday's crucial match - to step through the gears and make their superiority tell.

Steven Gerrard had a free-kick easily saved and Owen struggled a little with the offside trap, while Joe Cole dribbled down the flank without an end product.

Owen made way for Lampard, who was unfairly booed by the crowd as he stepped on to the Wembley turf, and England seemed satisfied with their third successive 3-0 win.

Gerrard and Joe Cole wasted a golden chance to score a fourth when they found themselves two-on-one against the Estonia defence but made a complete hash of it.

Shortly after that Joe Cole failed to make amends when he dragged a shot wide.
European Championship Qualifying
Armenia 0-0 Serbia
Azerbaijan 0-2 Portugal
Belarus 0-1 Luxembourg
Belgium 0-0 Finland
Croatia 1-0 Israel
Cyprus 3-1 Wales
Denmark 1-3 Spain
England 3-0 Estonia
Faroe Islands 0-6 France
Greece 3-2 Bosnia-Herzegovina
Hungary 2-0 Malta
Iceland 2-4 Latvia
Italy 2-0 Georgia
Liechtenstein 0-3 Sweden
Moldova 1-1 Turkey
Poland 3-1 Kazakhstan
Rep of Ireland 0-0 Germany
Romania 1-0 Holland
Scotland 3-1 Ukraine
Slovakia 7-0 San Marino
Slovenia 0-0 Albania

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England 3-0 Estonia

Italy 2-0 Georgia


Faroe Islands 0-6 France


Egypt complete finals line-up

Egypt claimed the last qualifying place for the CAF Africa Cup of Nations Ghana 2008 courtesy of a 1-0 victory over Botswana in Cairo on Saturday. Substitute Mohamed Fadl scored the winner 11 minutes after coming on in the second half.

The Pharaohs are the reigning champions after pipping Côte d'Ivoire on penalties in Cairo last year, and finished top of qualifying Group 2 with 12 points from three home games and three away draws. Mauritania, Burundi and Botswana collected seven points each in a pool that came to a predictable conclusion, with Egypt heavily favoured to finish first from the outset.

Egypt needed only a draw to clinch a place among the 16 finalists, but they wasted numerous chances to break the deadlock against Botswana. Hassan Shehata, an Africa Cup of Nations winner as a player in 1986 and as a coach 20 years later, finally lost patience midway through the second half and pulled off forwards Emad Moteab and Amr Zaki.

And amid all the stars like midfielder Mohamed Aboutraika from African club champions Al-Ahly, it was Fadl of less fashionable outfit Ismailia who showed how it should be done with a header past Modiri Marumo after 76 minutes. Egypt were content to protect their advantage as time ticked away, knowing Botswana had to score twice to deprive them of a 21st appearance at the biennial showcase of African football.

Angola, Benin, Cameroon, Guinea, Côte d'Ivoire, Mali, Morocco, Namibia, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, Sudan, Tunisia, Zambia and hosts Ghana have also qualified for a tournament to be staged from 20 January to 10 February.

Burundi had to win a match played in Mauritania at the same time to have any chance of snatching first place, but were lucky to lose only 2-1 with visiting goalkeeper Vladimir Niyonkuru repeatedly coming to the rescue in Nouakchott.

Pascal Corville gave the Mauritanians a first-half lead that was extended by Ahmed Teguedi just after half-time, and Abdallah Imantona grabbed a late goal for the central Africans.

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Jannat .. Bahebak

Friday, October 12, 2007

Ahmed El Aisawy ... Momken Net'araf

Ahmed El Aisawy
Momken Net'araf

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01 - Sabat El Gharam
02 - Momken Net'araf
03 - Eh El Hekaya
04 - El Sabah Rabah
05 - Shewayet Gerah
06 - El Banat
07 - Leila Helwa
08 - El Gad
09 - Mesirna Leba'dena
10 - Rabena Kebeer

Serag Mounir .. El Hal El Wahid

Serag Mounir
El Hal El Wahid

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01 - Ba'alo Youm
02 - Gaya T'oly
03 - La Mesh Hansak
04 - Was'al Tani
05 - El Hal El Wahid
06 - Enti Lehe'ti
07 - Atareek
08 - Ma Kefaya Khalas
09 - Teb'ed Tensani

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Thursday, October 11, 2007

Hossam Hassan .. El Riyadha El Youm

Hossam Hassan
El Riyadha El Youm

BY : Khaled El Gandour

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Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Nancy Ajram
El Dounya Helwa
Live 2007

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01.El Dounya Helwa
02.Atabta Wadala3
03.Ashtiky Mino
04.Moshta'a Leek
05.Elly Kan
07.Ehsas Gded

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Mohamed Fouad ... Wala Noss Kelma

Mohamed Fouad
Wala Noss Kelma

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01 - Ya Gat Ya Ra7et
02 - Tameny 3alek
03 - Shayef Nafsak
04 - Mabye3rafnesh
05 - Wala Nos Kelma
06 - W Enta Gamby
07 - Law Leya 7a2
08 - Makdebsh 3alek
09 - 5ayef Moot
10 - 5adny El 7anen

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Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Monday, October 8, 2007

Lebanon, Syria, Oman and Singapore win,Tajikistan hold Bangladesh

DHAKA: A second half penalty helped Central Asian side Tajikistan draw with Bangladesh 1-1 and secure a vital away goal advantage in the Asian qualification round one for the 2010 FIFA World Cup on Monday evening.

Zumratul Hossain Mithu hit the opener at the Bangabandhu Stadium for the Syed Nayeemudin-trained hosts on 50 minutes but the Tajiks equalized eight minutes later through Numondzhon Khakimov, who made no mistake from the spot.

Bangladesh travel to Dushanbe on October 28 for the return leg, with the away goal struck by their rivals weighing heavily on their minds.

Thailand trounce Macau 6-1

BANGKOK: Thailand put one foot into the next round of the Asian qualification campaign of the 2010 FIFA World Cup after thrashing Macau 6-1 in the first leg of the first round on Monday.

Ranked 71 spots below Thailand, who are 117th worldwide, Macau seemed to be in with a chance when Kin Seng Chan pulled one back in the 22nd minute after Sarayoot Chaikamdee’s 11th minute opener and Teerasil Dangda’s 20th minute strike.

But goals from Chaikamdee (47), Teeratep Winothai (53 penalty), Patiparn Phetpun (82) and Datsakorn Thonglao (90+ 1) buried Masanaga Kageyama’s minnows.

The return leg sees the ASEAN heavyweights, who are coached by Chanvit Phalajivin, travel to Macau on October 15.

UAE leave it late against Vietnam

HANOI: A late goal by Basheer Al Hammadi saw the UAE edge Vietnam 1-0 in the opening leg of the first round of their Asian qualifying for the 2010 FIFA World Cup on Monday evening.

Al Hammadi struck 10 minutes from time and this was enough for the Bruno Metsu-coached West Asian side to claim a crucial away goal cushion for the return leg which will be played in Abu Dhai on October 28.

The two rivals were renewing their rivalry after their July clash in the AFC Asian Cup™ group stage which was convincingly won by Vietnam 2-0.

From the 19 teams that clear the first round, the lowest eight based on ranking move on to the second round and the other 11 to round three. The five top seeds – Australia, Korea Republic, Saudi Arabia, Japan and Iran – join the qualification process in the third round.

The draw for the third round will take place in Durban, South Africa, on

SAIDA: Lebanon posted a big 4-1 victory over India in the opening leg of the first round of Asian qualifying for the 2010 FIFA World Cup on Monday night.

Sunil Chhetri gave India the lead on the stroke of 30 minutes but this was all the visitors could manage. Roda Antar took just five minutes to neutralize the advantage before Mohamad Ghadar (61) and Mahmoud El Ali (62) hit quickfire goals to make the game safe for the hosts. Ghadar netted his brace 15 minutes from time.

The return leg takes place in Chennai on October 28 and Bob Houghton’s India have a mountain to climb if they are to have a sniff at second round action.

Meanwhile, Singapore destroyed Palestine 4-0 after an inspired performance which saw them leading 1-0 upto the break at the Al Rayyan Stadium in Doha, Qatar.

Radojko Avramovic’s men were fired into the lead by Shi Jiayi a minute before the half time whistle and the same player struck the second goal eight minutes into the restart. John Wilkinson made it 3-0 in the 73rd minute and Noh Alam Shah sealed the win with his 86th minute goal.

"It was a good result,” said Avramovic.

"I felt tonight we scored the goals that we couldn’t score against the UAE (last month) and in the June friendly tournament (against DPR Korea, Saudi Arabia and Australia) so it was good to see all the things we tried out at training finally coming off.”

"(Shi) Jiayi scored two very good goals and I felt that John (Wilkinson) did well, providing extra security in midfield and doing plenty of running and passing.”

"I am happy to see that no one is seriously injured so the players must take care of themselves when they go back to their clubs and only then can we look at the second leg.”

Singapore host Palestine on October 28 in the return leg at the National Stadium.

In Muscat, Oman beat Nepal 2-0, courtesy goals from Fauzi Basheer (5) and Hassan Mudaffar (22 penalty), at the Sultan Qaboos Stadium for a handy lead into the second leg which takes place on October 28 in Kathmandu.

Syria thrashed Afghanistan 3-0 with late goals from Mohamed Zeno (73 and 83 penalty) Maher Al Sayed (80 penalty) at the Aleppo International Stadium.

Yemen demolished Maldives 3-0 at the Ali Muhsin Al-Muriasi Stadium in Sana.

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UAE - Vietnam

Mohamed Mounir .. Discography

Mohamed Mounir

01-Alemouny Einiky-1977 (Your Eyes Taught Me)

List Track's
01 Alemouny Einiky
02 Donia Rayha
03 Ya Sabia
04 Amana Ya Bahr
05 Qool Lel Ghareeb
06 Fe Einiky Ghorba
07 Ya Azab Nafsy
08 Ah Ya Blad Ya Ghareeba
09 Yamaah
10 El Rezq Ala Allah

02-Bentweled-1978 (We're Born)

List Track's
01 Bentweled
02 Seely
03 So'al
04 Saheert Layali
05 Medy Eidik
06 Helly Dafayrik
07 Aroust El Neel
08 Eftah Zorar Amesy
09 Ghareeba
10 Akalm El Amar

03-Shababeek-1981 (Windows)

List Track's
01 El Leila Ya Samra
02 Shababeek
03 Shagr El Lamoun
04 Kreshendo
05 Ashky Lmein
06 Ya Zamany
07 El Madeena
08 El Koun Kollo Bydoor

04-Etkalemy-1983 (Talk)

List Track's
01 Oqd El Foll Wel Yasmeen
02 El Tareeq
03 El Haqeqa Wel Melad
04 Baatb Aleiky
05 Etkalemy
06 Om El Dafayer
07 El Awtar
08 Qamr El Raheel
09 Ya Leila Oudy Tany
10 Hela Hela

05-Bareea-1986 (Innocent)

List Track's
01 Ya Marakby
02 El Geera Wel Eshra
03 Atshaan
04 Bareea
05 El Hayah Lel Hayah
06 El Qods
07 Ya Ghourbty
08 Shabak

06-West El Dayra-1987 (In the Middle of the Circle)

List Track's
01 Sefsafa
02 El Nass Namet
03 Eshqek Nada
04 Ooh Baba
05 Hakamt El Aqdar
06 Hata..Hata
07 Athada Layaleek
08 West El Dayra

07-Shokolatta-1989 (Chocolate)

List Track's
01 Mesh Gareea
02 Shokolatta
03 Ya Tair
04 Mazameer
05 El Ammara
06 Shams El Magheeb
07 Koll El Hagat
08 Bara El Shababeek

08-Ya Eskendreya-1990 (Alexandria)

List Track's
01 El Mariala El Kohlly
02 Ya Eskendreya
03 Alf La'
04 Etkalemo
05 Amar Seify
06 Kedooda
07 Ady
08 Balah Abreem

09-Meshwar-1991 (A Long Journey)

List Track's
01 Eftah Oyounk-Ebn Marika
02 Etkalemy
03 Qool Lel Ghareeb
04 Ya Marakbi
05 Shagar El Lamoun
06 Alemouny Einiky
07 Yamaah
08 Saheert Layali
09 Ya Sabia

01 Oqd El Foll Wel Yasmeen
02 El Leila Ya Samra
03 Aroust El Neel
04 Fe Einiky Ghorba
06 Amana Ya Bahr
05 Bentweled
07 So'al
08 El Rezq Ala Allah

10-El Tool We Loun Wel Horreya-1992 (Tall,colour and freedom)

List Track's
01 Ta'alalli
02 Sehr El Maghna
03 El Tool Wel Loun Wel Horreya
04 Sagheer El Sin
05 Nana
06 Asfour
07 Gedoo
08 Heaah

11-Eftah Albak-1994 (Open Up Your Heart)

List Track's
01 Ya Haltara
02 Ganeni Toul El Beaad
03 Einiky Taht El Qamr
04 Law Batlna Nehlam Nemout
05 Eftah Albak
06 Alb El Watn Magrouh
07 Saah Ya Badaah
08 Yaba Yaba

12-Momken-1995 (Maybe)

List Track's
01 El Leila Deia
02 Nazra Wahda
03 Hawadeet
04 Borg Hamam
05 Ya Bent Yalli
06 Shita
07 Momken
08 Agmal Hekayah

13-Min Awel Lamsa-1996 (From the First Touch)

List Track's
01 Albak Ala Alby
02 Bel Haz We Bel Sodaf
03 Omr Eini
04 Ya Habibi Oudly Tany
05 Ya Ana
06 Albk El Shater
07 Alb El Hayah
08 Men Awel Lamsa
09 Abl Ma Tehlam
10 Layla

14-El Farha-1999 (Happiness)

List Track's
01 El Farha
02 Om El Khodood
03 Ya Lallali
04 Baqena Le Baad
05 Hader
06 El Forsa
07 Anqood El Enab
08 Fein El Haqeqa
09 Inty
10 Seia Seia

15-Fee Eshq El Bannat-2000 (On Loving Girls)

List Track's
01 Talab El Samah
02 Fee Eshq El Bannat
03 Khayef
04 Ya Tair Ya Tayer
05 Washri
06 Dawar Alnass
07 Sidi
08 Hawen Ya Leil
09 Ana Baashaq El Bahr
10 Rabak Lama Yereed
11 Fee Eshq El Bannat-Mix

16-Ana Albi Masaken Shaabia-2001 (My heart is houses)

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01 So Ya So
02 Bitb'deni
03 Hekayti Maa El Zaman
04 Ana Albi Masaken Shaabia
05 Lama El Naseem
06 Einiek Helween
07 Sheea Min Baeed
08 Okhrog Min El Beban
09 Fe Dayret El Rehla
10 El Nawasy
11 So Ya So

17-El Ard El Sallam-2002 (Earth..Peace)

List Track's
- Absheroo Ya Shabab
- Ashraq Al Badr
- Allah Allah
- Salat Fe Sery We Gahry
- Salat Allah Ya Mawali
- Salat Ala Al Moustafa
- Saly Ya Waheb El Safa
- Madad Ya Rasoul Allah
- Madad Ya Rasoul Allah - Germany Record

18-Ahmer Shafayef-2003 (Lipstik)

List Track's
01 Iqrar
02 Bannat
03 Ahmer Shafayef
04 Bahr El Hayah
05 Ah..Ya Asmarany
06 Shamndoura
07 Horreya
08 Lola El Sahr
09 Ibki
10 Hanena

19-Emareh Kan Umri E'shreen-2005 (Yesterday I was 20)

List Track's
01 Amar El Hawa
02 Wailli
03 Eidiya Fe Geyobbi
04 Embareh Kan Umri E'shreen
05 Alb Fadi
06 BeninGerrih
07 Hikaaytto Hekaya
08 Sutik
09 Sayyad
10 Hader Ya Zahr
11 Sayyad (Remix)