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National coach Allan Harris is frustrated that they will not get to play against Norway and Finland, leaving his boys without any friendly matches this month.
New Zealand golfer Michael Campbell plans to concentrate almost exclusively on the US PGA Tour this season and leave behind some of his biggest European successes.
The first phase of centralised training for the national football players, scheduled for Jan 20-30, has been called off following the cancellation of the friendly matches against Norway and Finland.
The coming Chinese New Year and school holidays have forced at least three states - Sarawak, Johor FC and Sabah - to cancel their M-League pre-season training-cum-playing tours.
The national football team have made significant progress in the FIFA world rankings by moving up 20 rungs to 107th spot following their commendable performance in the Asean Football Federation's (AFF) Tiger Cup tournament last month.
The national team management, headed by Datuk Ibrahim Saad and chief coach Allan Harris, will decide today on whether they should assemble two teams or one for the pre-Olympic and pre-Asian Cup tournaments.
Kelantan are expected to play all their home matches in the afternoon because of poor lighting in the Sultan Mohamed IV Stadium in Kota Baru.
The waiting is over for FA Cup champions Penang for Australian player Geoff Dwyer.
Sabah coach Justin Ganai has identified a #8220;major problem#8221; that could become his team's undoing in the M-League this year #8211; there is a #8220;lack of depth#8221; on the bench.
Selangor are in no rush to sign a second foreign player although their opening match of the season is just a week away.