Loganath Velloo

Recent and archived articles by Loganath Velloo

3 Jun 2018 | 7:00 AM

Ex-hockey stars to raise funds for coach’s treatment

GEORGE TOWN: For the past 40 years, Rajendran Balagurusamy has been playing a positive role in the lives of hundreds of young hockey players in Penang. It’s now their turn to help him.

Helping hand: Jiwa (left) visiting Uncle Bob at the coach’s home in George Town, Penang.
25 Feb 2017 | 7:00 AM

Penang coach will not quit despite fans’ uproar

GEORGE TOWN: Penang coach Ashley Westwood (pic) will not bow to supporters’ demand for him to quit.

6 Feb 2017 | 7:00 AM

T-Team coach says victory over Penang timely after huge defeat

GEORGE TOWN: T-Team coach Rahmad Dermawan admitted his team were second best during the 1-0 Super League victory over Penang.

Hurry up: T-Team’s Mohammad Kamal Azizi (left) shoots as Penang’s Muhammad Rafiuddin Rodin goes in for a challenge in their Super League match on Saturday. T-Team won 1-0. — Bernama
30 Jan 2017 | 7:00 AM

Penang positive Dabinyaba’s return will change their fortunes

GEORGE TOWN: Penang coach Ashley Westwood believes that things will look up for the Panthers when striker Nigel Dabinyaba returns from injury.

27 Jan 2017 | 7:00 AM

Cheng Hoe hopes Kedah will bag full points on eve of CNY

GEORGE TOWN: Kedah coach Tan Cheng Hoe (pic) is not pleased to be missing his Chinese New Year family reunion dinner this year.

24 Jan 2017 | 7:00 AM

Zairil hopes Penang fans will show more support for team

GEORGE TOWN: Penang team manager Zairil Khir Johari has come out in support of his goalkeeper Syed Adney Syed Hussein.

21 Jan 2017 | 7:00 AM

New-look Selangor and Penang to stay focused on their game

GEORGE TOWN: Selangor and Penang will put their external issues on the backburner when they meet today in their Super League season opener at the Selayang Stadium.

20 Jan 2017 | 7:00 AM

Nazir’s resignation nothing to worry about, says Zairil

GEORGE TOWN: Penang are not in panic stations.

17 Jan 2017 | 7:00 AM

Penang striker Kumaahran must clear two major hurdles before season starts

GEORGE TOWN: Penang’s S. Kumaahran is fighting to overcome two major obstacles before the new Super League season begins on Saturday.

17 Jan 2017 | 7:00 AM

Penang shaping up well but lack the sharpness in attack, says new coach

PENANG football coach Ashley Westwood has acknowledged it is near impossible for his team to be fully ready when the 2017 Malaysian football league season begins this weekend.

Penang’s Shameer Kutty Abba (centre) heading the ball during the international football friendly against Cambodia’s Nagaworld FC at the City Stadium. — Photos: GARY CHEN/The Star