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Good show but Nantha’s not happy

Perak defender K. Nanthakumar is still trying to come to terms with Malaysia's failure to reach the final and the defeat by Vietnam in the playoff for third place in the Asean Football Federation's (AFF) Tiger Cup tournament.

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Have no fear, twin tells sis Noornadia

National junior taekwondo exponent Noordiana Norrizan is down with a knee injury and will not be at the Australian Olympic Youth Festival in Sydney from Jan 8-12. But her opponents will not know that.

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Stephen: Go on attack against Pakistan

Malaysia need only a draw against Pakistan today to book a place in the final of the MHF Under-19 International Invitational hockey tournament.

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Kim Hock: Use Eddy Choong Award as inspiration

None of the five recipients of the Eddy Choong Players of the Year Award thus far is a Malaysian. And doubles chief coach Yap Kim Hock feels that national shuttlers should draw inspiration from the Award and strive to win more honours for the country.

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Malaysian can end All-England drought this time

Shuttler Yong Hock Kin will be featuring in his sixth and probably last All-England championships in Birmingham next month and he is seen as a good bet to end Malaysia's long wait for a singles champion in the prestigious tournament.

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Champions Lyon stumble

An early goal by midfielder Ludovic Giuly inspired Monaco to a richly deserved 2-0 victory at Nantes in the French First Division on Wednesday.

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Sabah coach laments 'lack of depth' in the reserves

Sabah coach Justin Ganai has identified a #8220;major problem#8221; that could become his team's undoing in the M-League this year #8211; there is a #8220;lack of depth#8221; on the bench.

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Ashe still inspires the players a decade after death

American tennis legend Arthur Ashe died of complications from AIDS 10 years ago but his memory still burns brightly in players like James Blake.

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China hold world champs

World champions Brazil laboured to a lacklustre goalless draw yesterday in their first match under new coach Carlos Alberto Parreira which saw superstar Ronaldo limp off injured.

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Agassi strolls to victory

Giving his boyhood rival a further push towards retirement, top seed Andre Agassi outclassed Michael Chang 6-4, 6-2 in the first round of the US$380,000 San Jose Open on Tuesday.