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It is the highest moneymaking debut ever for a February film. Everyday household items such as toothpaste, deodorant and perfume contain volatile compounds that help to cause pollution. A passenger on a flight in the USA was asked to leave the airplane because she complained about a crying baby. An American woman has been diagnosed with the rare Foreign Accent Syndrome after waking up with a British accent. An early species of humans who lived between , and 35, years ago were not as good at drawing as early modern humans. The tiny city-state of Monaco on France's Mediterranean coastline is having problems finding space for rich people.

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Simply put: this team was not put together on the cheap. However, there is still room for that one blockbuster signing that would gazump the rest of the league and make not just the nation, but the football world, take notice. Such trends are not entirely new in Malaysia, for it is a similar wave of ambition that brought the likes of George Boateng and Caleb Folan to these shores recently. On paper, the team seemed unbeatable. On the pitch, though, question marks arose over the balance of the side.

The coach, Fandi Ahmad, a legendary Singaporean striker who spent time in the Dutch league early in his career, may have had an affinity with his attackers, but three expensively accrued specialist strikers into or two, as he is sometimes wont to play with two up front does not always go. Interestingly, it was Dani who was initially told to sit out, being introduced slowly to allow him a better chance of acclimatising himself within the team.

When he did acclimatise, his sheer class shone through.

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His first goal, a yard free kick that flew into the top corner, brought Darul Takzim level when they were trailing against the champions Kelantan at home. A coolly-slotted 86th minute goal made the scoreline against PKNS that bit more comfortable too. In the aforementioned match against PKNS, he curled in a first time cross, which was headed into the goal by Sali.

In the same match, a slide rule pass helped to slice open the defence, an opportunity Talaha did not fail to convert. Though he would provide the goals, the defence would prove to be less than reliable, rendering his own efforts somewhat meaningless within the bigger and more objective scheme of things. A free kick against Kedah was comfortably stroked into the bottom corner, but that counted for nothing in a defeat. Many of his strikes had been levellers, while there were matches in which he seemed disinterested; a double against Terengganu was not celebrated, which many interpreted as a sign of impending doom.