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PETALING JAYA: It will be a case of the little brother Terengganu FC II lending big brother Terengganu a helping hand as the Super League comes to an end this weekend.
SEOUL (Reuters) - If the government has its way more South Korean golfers will be carrying their own clubs, walking between holes rather than riding in a cart, and there will be more public courses.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - A lucky break allowed them to qualify for Rio de Janeiro but Kenya’s female rugby players are hoping their involvement at the Olympic Games will bring a huge boost to a sport that is played by only a tiny minority of women in the East African nation.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Wang Jianlin, China's richest man, said FIFA's corruption scandal was an opportunity for big Chinese companies to further the country's lofty footballing ambitions by undertaking sponsorship deals with the global governing body.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazilian police investigating corruption around state-run oil firm Petrobras also plan to probe more than $10 billion of construction contracts for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, a lead investigator said.
AARHUS, Denmark (Reuters) - FIFA presidential candidates Jerome Champagne and David Nakhid both declined on Monday to say which football associations (FAs) had backed them, saying the FAs themselves feared reprisals if they were named.
LONDON (Reuters) - British tennis player Andy Murray has ventured into crowdfunding.