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The Gaffer

Future of our football

Harimau Muda coach Ong Kim Swee may have won the SEA games and Merdeka Tournament, but he still sees room for improvement in the development of young talent.

The Gaffer

Making their move

The Malaysia Cup campaign isn't even over, but teams have already started building for next season's challenge. Picture options

The Gaffer

Thank you Marlon

Former MK Land, Kedah and ATM striker Marlon Alex James has hung up his boots but his football journey will not end yet. He is looking forward to return to Malaysia again and help football development in this country.

Bend It Like Bedi

May the best team win

Malaysia Cup finalists Johor Darul Takzim and Pahang may just hold the key to the success of the league and national team.

The Gaffer

Can the Tigers tame the Elephants?

Reigning champions Pahang will want to retain the title but can JDT bag the Malaysia Cup after last winning it in 1991? The Gaffer pens his thoughts on this year’s Malaysia Cup final!

A Humble Submission

Banishing the spectre of May 13

The spectre of May 13, 1969, has long haunted us. More than four decades have passed since then, yet we are constantly told not to challenge the status quo, rock the boat, and question and ask for certain things.

The Gaffer

New season, new hopes

The Malaysian League kicks off Saturday and all eyes will surely be on the Super League, as the top teams begin their campaigns for the coveted title and a place in the AFC Champions League 2016.

The Gaffer

Say no to racism in Malaysian football

Racism is an issue that has been hotly debated in the footballing world. In Malaysia, racism affects foreign players and even locals but to some, it’s just a petty issue.

The Flipside

Muhyiddin’s no-show says it all

Basic rules of employment will tell you that the one time you should probably show up for “work” is when you’re on the verge of being fired.

In Your Face

Parents, please vaccinate your kids

Opting out of immunisation programmes can have far-reaching, damaging consequences for an entire community.