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Tunku Ismail reveals FAM are RM40mil in the red

The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) are in a financial crisis. New president Tunku Mahkota Johor (TMJ) Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim has revealed that the national body are RM40mil in the red. This was, according to him, part of the huge challenges facing him after being returned unopposed as FAM president on March 25.

Sports fans can look forward to extensive SEA Games coverage

PETALING JAYA: Sports fans in South-East Asia are in for a treat during the Aug 19-31 Kuala Lumpur SEA Games.

BAM seal RM66mil five-year deal with Astro

KUALA LUMPUR: The Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) have sealed a lucrative RM66mil five-year deal with Astro Arena as their exclusive broadcast partner.

We can all be proud of Faiz’s achievement

Thinking out loud - By R. MANOGARAN
WHATEVER happens in Zurich, Switzerland, on Monday (Tuesday morning here), all Malaysians can be proud of Mohd Faiz Subri.

Nagpur pitch leaves India in a spin after heavy defeat

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India have built a reputation as excellent players of spin thanks to their nimble footwork and supple wrists but a gamble taken by New Zealand captain Kane Williamson was all that was needed to puncture that aura in their World Twenty20 opener.

Another boo$t for national hockey as Astro pitches in

KUALA LUMPUR: As the Malaysian Hockey Confederation’s (MHC) coffers continued to grow, plans are afoot for a sustained development.

Second season of Purple League will be grander

KUALA LUMPUR: The Purple League promises to be a grandeur affair this season.

Sharon hopes to see junior-senior gap narrowed in squash

KUALA LUMPUR: Former international Sharon Wee’s Merdeka Day wish is to see the gap narrowed between the senior and junior squash players.

Astro-turf unsafe for AFC Cup matches, says Rehman

(Reuters) - Pahang FC's experienced Pakistani defender Zesh Rehman has criticised the Asian Football Confederation for allowing AFC Cup matches to be played on artificial turf, saying it is unsafe and unfair.

Khairy calls for justified spending by associations

KUALA LUMPUR: Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin calls National Sports Associations to justify their sponsors’ “huge” investments on their elite and development programmes.