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The world is in awe with Mohd Faiz Subri's award-winning goal but some Malaysians tried to take the shine off his achievement.
THEY say that you shouldn’t mix politics and sports, but in this column today, I have to, and I want to.
It was no surprise that Malaysia failed to make it to the semifinal stages of the AFF Cup
Struggling against nations who lack football infrastructure and knowledge, Malaysian football is no more down in the doldrums … we’ve sunk to new lows.
Germany may be the FIFA World Cup champions but their Euro 2006 group is not an easy one. Poland and Ukraine are no pushovers while Northern Ireland will need a miracle to qualify for the next stage.
Mohd Faiz Subri's goal has been hailed as one of the best goals of the modern era but there are some Malaysians who believe the shot was "wind-assisted" and a fluke.
Just like the song 'Fire' sung by Kasabian, Leicester City have hit the right notes to challenge for the title
First it was Fredy Guarin and now Ramires. Chinese Super League clubs are beginning to flex their muscles in world football.
SOMETIMES I wonder... Where is the world heading? How is the world going to be? Will it be good or bad?
Nobody would have expected the likes of Iceland and Northern Ireland to qualify. Now that they have booked a spot, they will surely want to make an impression in Euro 2016.
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