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The Malaysian Taekwondo Association (MTA) has not shut the door to the national squad on those who failed to make the cut in a two-day selection trial last weekend.
Hurdler Moh Siew Wei contemplated to quit after a poor outing in the Busan Asian Games last October.
Busan Asian Games bronze medallist Farah Begum Abdullah is facing a bleak new year. The senior national diver stands accused of indiscipline and has been dropped from the national squad under the 2006 programme.
He has seen four players quit under his tenure but national women's doubles coach Cheah Soon Kit is not about to take the blame for the recent spate of resignations.
Jeyathesan Kulasingam was recently honoured with The Outstanding Young Malaysian Award for humanitarian activities. But he is not resting on his laurels and intends to serve the community further by becoming a doctor, writes B>K.S.Usha Devi/B>
The door is still open to national cyclists who harbour hopes of riding for Team Telekom Malaysia in the Tour of Langkawi, which will be held from Jan 31-Feb 9.
American Bill Hall will not be the chief coach of the national bowling team. The Malaysian Tenpin Bowling Congress' (MTBC) secretary, Sidney Tung, said yesterday that they would name a new foreign chief coach soon.
The national football teams have a hectic schedule with three major tournaments lined up for them this year and they will start their preparations with two friendly matches against Finland at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil at the end of the month.
Veteran Ong Ewe Hock has got into the bad books of the newly-appointed singles chief coach, Misbun Sidek, as well. He has been absent from training and Misbun warned Tuesday that Ewe Hock might be the first player to be given the boot from the national team if he continued to flout the rules.
A new hockey tournament for South-East Asian countries will be introduced this year with the Singapore Hockey Federation (SHF) taking the initiative to host it.