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KUALA LUMPUR: It looks like the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) will have to seek a new chief executive officer for the Academy Badminton Malaysia (ABM).
SOUTHAMPTON, England (Reuters) - Southampton coach Ralph Hasenhuttl shed tears of joy and collapsed to his knees at the final whistle after an early Danny Ings strike secured the Saints a shock 1-0 Premier League win over champions Liverpool on Monday.
PETALING JAYA: For sporting greats, knowing when to quit is the hardest challenge of all – but bowling queen Shalin Zulkifli knows it’s time.
(Reuters) - Chelsea manager Frank Lampard says there are no regrets at Stamford Bridge over the decision to release Declan Rice as a teenager after the midfielder joined West Ham United and emerged as a key player.
LONDON (Reuters) - Academics from three UK universities have called for a ban on tackling in rugby among school-aged children after a group of professional players claimed the sport had left them with serious concussion-related health problems.
(Reuters) - World Rugby chairman Bill Beaumont says player welfare is the number one priority at every level of the sport after a group of former players claimed negligence over head injuries suffered during their careers.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - The countdown to the 2022 World Cup final will tick over to exactly two years on Friday when players from Ulsan Hyundai and Persepolis wander onto the pitch at Doha's Al Janoub Stadium on the eve of the Asian Champions League final.
(Reuters) - Major League Baseball's (MLB) Cleveland team will drop its "Indians" name, following persistent criticism that it was offensive to Native Americans, the franchise said on Monday, but will continue to use it during the 2021 season.
PETALING JAYA: Kuala Lumpur SEA Games gold medallist M. Mathivani will miss the long-awaited internal karate competition this weekend but she is not kicking up a fuss.