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Hosts Perak face tough hurdle in chase for Under-18 football title

Hosts Perak are banking on home ground advantage for an improved performance in the boys#8217; Under-18 category of the Malaysian Schools football tournament from May 23-29.

Selvaraju goes from bad to the best

Tenaga Nasional forward S. Selvaraju is the bad boy who has made good.

Perak counting on home advantage

Perak will bank on home ground advantage for an improved performance in the boys' Under-18 competition of the national schools (MSSM) football tournament, which will be held here from May 23-29.

Raging debate on future Zidanes

The professional clubs groom their own players,the national federation want a piece of the developmental action and theministry wants a say.For all its success,French football has its headaches,too.PAUL GABRIEL writes on the challenges facing the newly-created Sports Ministry and the role of the football authorities.

No goals, but lots of entertainment

In the crucible of Milan, where the sport as well as the atmosphere is stifling and unyielding, things stand as they began: without a goal or a real indication of which of the city's clubs - AC Milan or Inter - will go to the Champions League final May 28.

Sweeping changes needed in Malaysian sports

The Americans are often runaway successes in the Olympics #8211; or in any other sports that they passionately care for.Therein lies the reason for their success #8211; passion.And a policy that gives everyone more than a fair chance of making it to the top. STARSPORT'S RAJES PAUL talks of her tour of the American sports system.

Terengganu’s team of 2001 given land

The Terengganu government yesterday presented land titles to 24 members of the state football team who won the 2001 Malaysia Cup.

Life has to go on despite SARS, says Hisham

Despite the outbreak of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), the Youth and Sports Ministry sees no need to stop sending athletes to international meets.

Death toll rises unabated

SARS showed no signs of slowing in China Wednesday with another nine deaths as the government shut schools, rounded up those with symptoms and ordered every town in the vast country to reveal all its cases.

Chance for school teams to vie for inaugural Man Utd Premier Cup

Two school teams from Malaysia will get a shot at qualifying for the inaugural Manchester United Premier Cup (MUPC) Finals in Portland, Oregon, USA in July this year.

Life Inspired has a chic new look

2020 is all about change, and Life Inspired did just that with a fresh makeover!

This month, we speak to 3 female icons about empowerment and more - read it for FREE this week.