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A tall order for Kim Swee

The national football team had a very good spell from 2009 to 2011 when they went on to win back-to-back gold medals at the SEA Games and winning the AFF Suzuki Cup for the very first time under the guidance of Datuk K. Rajagobal.

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A tall order for Kim Swee

The national football team had a very good spell from 2009 to 2011 when they went on to win back-to-back gold medals at the SEA Games and winning the AFF Suzuki Cup for the very first time under the guidance of Datuk K.Rajagobal.

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Towards a common goal

Some of my non-sports friends always come up to me and say that they can’t understand why so many people follow football or golf. Regardless of the sport, they always say that it’s basically one man or a group of men chasing a ball.

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A change in coaching style

Recently, I managed to sit down with our Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin and we chatted about how Malaysian football could be improved – most notably, we need to alter our approach on how we coach our talents.

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Focus should shift to the junior game

The past four months have been a very trying time for Malaysian football. Our national team has been repeatedly and soundly beaten by our Asian counterparts, which goes to show that we are not World Cup-qualifying material.

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Charting our vision for Olympics

MALAYSIAN Hockey Confederation (MHC) president Datuk Seri Subahan Kamal is working aggressively towards making progressive changes in the national body, both on and off the field. All this can only be construed as welcome news for Malaysian hockey.

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Doing whatever it takes to win

Focus On Sport - By Ben Ibrahim
Being a champion is not just about medals, it’s also about inspiration and memories.

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Got to love them Foxes and Villans

As THE Barclays Premier League comes to a close this weekend, I must admit I am a little disappointed at how it all panned out. The top four teams failed to meet certain expectations. Chelsea fans will hate me for saying this, but I felt the Blues dominance was a little detrimental to the league’s brand.

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Our golden hopes

THE 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games are about 15 months away and Malaysians, like the rest of the world, are eagerly waiting to see top athletes from 196 countries and territories spread across seven continents gather for the greatest sports showpiece on earth.

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Playing TUFP to succeed

FOCUS ON SPORT - By BEN IBRAHIM
The sport of rowing requires dedication and sacrifice to see results.