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Renault expect Spanish Formula One driver Fernando Alonso to have his work cut out in Austria this weekend after finishing second in his last home Grand Prix.
The Americans are often runaway successes in the Olympics #8211; or in any other sports that they passionately care for.Therein lies the reason for their success #8211; passion.And a policy that gives everyone more than a fair chance of making it to the top. STARSPORT'S RAJES PAUL talks of her tour of the American sports system.
The professional clubs groom their own players,the national federation want a piece of the developmental action and theministry wants a say.For all its success,French football has its headaches,too.PAUL GABRIEL writes on the challenges facing the newly-created Sports Ministry and the role of the football authorities.
Restrictions on foreigners playing for European Union (EU) clubs virtually ended for good when France enforced the Cotonou agreement allowing Africans and people from the Caribbean to work freely across Europe.
The FA of Malaysia (FAM) received a timely RM6 million boost from the Ministry of Youth and Sports towards the development of football at the grassroots level.
After facing embarrassments of hosting high profile matches on poor pitch conditions at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil over the past few years, the Ministry of Youth and Sports have decided to act promptly to upgrade and resurface the pitch by this year.
France, who won the World Cup in 1998, are preparing for future glory by focusing on the sport#8217;s development at the youth-level. PAUL GABRIEL, who visited the Clairefontaine National Institute of Football recently, writes that playing ball is serious business for the children at France#8217;s famed football academy.