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As the dust settles on the 29th South East Asian (SEA) Games, many Malaysians are still in awe of our impressive medal haul.
The entire country is captivated by the discourse on the 2050 National Transformation (TN50) initiative. There is a palpable feeling of excitement over the deliberations on where we see our country in the year 2050.
Let's come together to support another group of athletes doing their best for the country.
The subject of match fixing is a difficult one, because it is still going on.
The Government has promised that disabled athletes will be rewarded on a similar scale as their able-bodied counterparts. Will our medal winners at the Rio Paralympics get their due?
"Are we giving all our national heroes the respect they deserve? Some still aren't getting their due."
After Malaysia’s 6-0 defeat against Palestine, things look very bleak for our football. THE GAFFER pours his heart out on the current state of our national team.
The Malaysian national team is currently ranked 164 in the world and there are suggestions that we are worse off than teams like Timor Leste and Bhutan who have leapfrogged us.
Dollah Salleh feels that naturalised players will help strengthen the national side. The Gaffer, however, thinks we should stick with local players and push them to do well in the international arena.
With its concerted and structured programme, the National Football Development Programme looks like it could be the key to a brighter future for Malaysian football.
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