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Arsenal Invincibles pay visit to Tunku Ismail

PETALING JAYA: Robert Pires, Nwankwo Kanu and Lauren were part of Arsenal’s Invincibles squad that went through the 2003-04 English Premier League season unbeaten.

Time to clear the air, Amirul

JOHOR BARU: Johor FA (JFA) president Tunku Mahkota Johor Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim wants former international Mohd Amirul Hadi Zainal to clear the air on whether he will be moving down south.

More than RM60,000 raised for charity

WITH a view to giving something back to society, the Expatriate Lifestyle Charity Open 2013 was recently held at Royal Selangor Golf Club and proved a huge success with more than 90 golfers in attendance.

Hold match behind closed doors, say Johor FA

JOHOR BARU: The Johor FA want the FA Cup semi-final second leg match to be played behind closed doors.

Second consecutive title for Khairul

PETALING JAYA: Khairul Diaz of Johor bagged his second consecutive title when he triumphed in the boys' Open finals of the Kuantan-leg of the NSC-Milo-SportExcel national junior bowling circuit last week.

Chance for fans to view Champions League trophy

The UEFA Champions League Trophy arrived Thursday for exhibition in three venues in the country.

UEFA Trophy in Malaysia as part of Asia Pacific tour

The UEFA Champions League Trophy made it maiden arrival at Kuala Lumpur on Thursday as part of its tour of the Asia Pacific region.hr noshade size=1 width=50%>

Ulumulu claim third position as battle for top spot continues

Malaysian yacht Ulumulu from Sarawak appears to have clinched third place in Racing Class of the 15th island-hopping Raja Muda Regatta after two inshore races in Langkawi Friday.

Pryde in good position for victory

Former champion Neil Pryde sailed his 46 foot Hi-Fidelity into a narrow lead over arch-rivals Mandrake and Malaysian yacht Ulumulu after the difficult third inter-island race of the Raja Muda International Regatta from Penang to Langkawi yesterday.

It’s ‘Happy Endings’ for Mahony after all

Singaporean Jonathan Mahony beat former Olympic contender Neil Pryde of New Zealand by nearly two minutes to win the opening race of the 15th Raja Muda International Regatta from Port Klang to Pangkor Island yesterday.