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KUALA LUMPUR: No more backdoor entry. Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) president Datuk Seri Norza Zakaria wants five-time champions Malaysia to qualify for the Thomas Cup on merit by securing one of the four spots on offer at the Asia Team Championships in Alor Setar from Feb 16-21.
(Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino will rotate his starting lineup and put faith in youth when they host APOEL Nicosia in the Champions League on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Southampton forward Nathan Redmond believes the south coast club's efforts to promote youth academy players to the first team has provided a solid platform for future success at St Mary's.
PETALING JAYA: This may be the Ramadan month, but you won’t see our Muslim athletes – bound for the KL SEA Games in August – taking it easy.
LONDON (Reuters) - Javier Fernandez, Yuzuru Hanyu and Patrick Chan have won the last six men's titles at the figure skating world championships but the 'old guard' will be under pressure in Helsinki to quell the growing threat posed by a gang of high-flying upstarts.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Chinese-owned Espanyol are pushing for a return to European football for the first time in a decade barely a year after being taken over and their rise has been fuelled by a new generation of home-grown talent rather than big-money signings.
SHANGHAI/BENGALURU (Reuters) - Southampton were set to become the latest English Premier League team to get Chinese investment, with stadium builder Lander Sports Development <000558.SZ> saying on Thursday it was taking a stake in the club.
PETALING JAYA: Ng Eain Yow was only six months old when Ong Beng Hee became the first Malaysian to win the boys’ singles title in the World Junior Squash Championships in 1998.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - The Americans have come up with a funky new track bike for the Olympics and everywhere you look around the inner-sanctum of Rio's velodrome there is space-age kit primed for action.