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Please don’t fix what’s not broken, FIFA

12 January 2017

Thinking out loud - By R. MANOGARAN
ARE the FIFA bigwigs really out of their minds?

We can all be proud of Faiz’s achievement

8 January 2017

Thinking out loud - By R. MANOGARAN
WHATEVER happens in Zurich, Switzerland, on Monday (Tuesday morning here), all Malaysians can be proud of Mohd Faiz Subri.

The Formula One has been raced in Malaysia since 1999.

Is it economically viable to continue hosting the F1 Grand Prix?

25 October 2016

GIVEN the current economic climate, it is understandable that there are calls for Malaysia to stop hosting the Formula One Grand Prix “for a while”.
But what if the GP is gone for good?

Liverpool will definitely whip United at home

16 October 2016

OKAY all you Manchester United fans, look away.

Tunku Ismail SHOULD be the next FAM president. Here's why

11 October 2016

Tunku Ismail as the owner of Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT), has taken domestic football by storm since he entered the scene a few years ago.

Pandelela Rinong and Cheong Jun Hoong gave Malaysia a high with a silver in the 10m platform synchro on Tuesday.

Waiting for our first gold sure is a test of patience

14 August 2016

RIO DE JANEIRO: It’s terrible. And agonising.
When is this waiting game going to end? The trouble is nobody knows.

Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah (left) and Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim.

More twists in store in the FAM soap opera

13 August 2016

PETALING JAYA: A major shake-up is on the cards when the Football Association of Malaysia’s (FAM) executive committee (exco) hold their meeting at Wisma FAM in Kelana Jaya on Monday.

Azizulhasni Awang has been barred from speaking to the Malaysian press in Rio. - AZHAR MAHFOF / The Star

Gag order? You cannot be serious

13 August 2016

RIO DE JANEIRO: Silence is not golden – not to the press anyway.

Suriname's Soren Opti was not a match for Lee Chong Wei at the Olympic Games. - Reuters.

Come on IOC, Olympics should only have best shuttlers on show

12 August 2016

RIO DE JANEIRO: It was painful to watch. World No. 1 Lee Chong Wei against world No. 318 Soren Opti of Suriname in the Olympics – once touted as a gathering of the world’s best. Not any more.

The Olympic torch loses its light on Rio favelas

10 August 2016

THE Olympics may be the mother of all Games, but most Brazilians are oblivious to it.

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