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Tears, rage and a brave comeback by a wronged player Faisal

AFTER the press conference, many needed a few hours to get over it. The emotions flowed freely – hardened newsmen were in tears, other were in a rage.

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There’s no place for the crass in the field of football

CLASS and crass. The two are words that are almost similar yet so far apart.

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Indonesia lives the dream – while Malaysia dreams on

A SEA of red descended in Doha as a nation dared to dream the impossible – and remain on the verge of making it happen.

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Sivasangari is riding high, but we have to hold our horses

COMING out of adversity takes a lot of character and courage.

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In the world of football, money talks

THERE’s a lull in football action on the field here in Malaysia, but it seems like there’s never a dull moment in the sport.

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Malaysia prove a point by holding Koreans but let’s hope it’s not flash in the Pan

THERE were tears, jeers and finally some cheers. That probably captures the emotional rollercoaster ride of Malaysia’s football team in the Asian Cup in Doha, Qatar, which was nothing short of eventful.

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Locals, mixed heritage or naturalised – our Tigers roar as one!

THIS time there were no litany of complaints from fans on social media, only praises after the Harimau Malaya’s great start in the World Cup qualifiers.

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Paying high price for a better football league

IT’s an age old problem, the problem of wages.

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Don’t run Azeem down as he still has the whole world ahead of him

SPRINTER Mohd Azeem Fahmi’s disappointment showed on his face right after he finished seventh with a time of 10.26s in the heats in his first World Championships recently.

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Why silence the players, just for being honest?

FOOTBALL journalists love a quotable quote from players and coaches. That is what adds flavour to the performance on the pitch.

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High expectations – and no salaries – are really tough on players

YOU waltz past players, produce some deft touches and killer passes – and then you miss a chance, only for someone to shout from the stands – “Makan gaji buta! (you’re getting paid for doing nothing).”

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A new ball game for the young needs new strategies

“YOUNG kids have it easy these days.”

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