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If Malaysia wants to have a good future in sports, there has to be more emphasis on athletics. There are no two ways about it.
After Malaysia’s 6-0 defeat against Palestine, things look very bleak for our football. THE GAFFER pours his heart out on the current state of our national team.
Freedom of information is vital to a democracy as it is only with access to information that a citizen can exercise his rights in an informed manner.
HOW does the future of food look like in Malaysia?
Malaysians of all faiths should unite to halt the rise of regressive, intolerant and divisive sentiments prevalent in the country today.
While not life-threatening, Gynecomastia can affect up to a quarter of older males.
The Malaysian national team is currently ranked 164 in the world and there are suggestions that we are worse off than teams like Timor Leste and Bhutan who have leapfrogged us.
Dollah Salleh feels that naturalised players will help strengthen the national side. The Gaffer, however, thinks we should stick with local players and push them to do well in the international arena.
Football in the Middle East is at an-all time high, in both wealthy nations like UAE, and conflict-ridden countries like Iraq.
It is estimated that more than 25mil kilometres of new roads will be built worldwide by 2050, and many of these roads will slice into our forests and jungles.
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