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Manchester clubs should be able to reach last eight

SIXTEEN teams remain in the Champions League: four from England, three each from Spain and Germany, two from both Italy and France, while Holland and Portugal have single representatives.

Chelsea turn out as winners in January transfer window

DUNDEE United, the team I support, signed 11 new players in the transfer window. And a whole new team is exactly what we need. There were no such overhauls in the Premier League.

Solskjaer not a proven one yet despite his amazing run with United

OLE Gunnar Solskjaer did something remarkable at the weekend – he took the FA Cup seriously. The team he picked signalled his intent to not only win the game, but to win the entire tournament.

What a difference a year makes for Liverpool

WILL 2019 be Liverpool’s year in the Premier League? Maybe, just maybe. That wasn’t a question that anybody was asking a year ago.

The Hazards of playing Fantasy Premier League

EVERYONE thinks they can be a football manager. That’s probably one of the main reasons that Fantasy Premier League (FPL) has become such a phenomenon. Millions play it around the world, including tens of thousands here in Malaysia.

Mohamed Salah attempts a shot on goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Brighton and Hove Albion. - AP

Sarri, you need to take more interest in transfer market

ON Jan 2, Chelsea announced the signing of Christian Pulisic from Borussia Dortmund, including to manager Maurizio Sarri.

Maurizio Sarri. -Reuters filepic

What to expect from the Premier League in 2019

HAPPY New Year! May your 2019 be filled with joy, success and something to celebrate from your team.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. -AP

Sports Minister Syed Saddiq’s three simple New Year wishes

SYED SADDIQ SYED ABDUL RAHMAN
Youth and Sports Minister

Syed Saddiq: Happy New Year

2018 and its mixed bag

Comment - By Rajes Paul
EVERYONE I know keeps saying that 2018 just flew by – and I couldn’t agree more.

On top of the world: Malaysia’s Rafiq Ismail (centre), Adrian Ang (right) and Tun Hakim Tun Hasnul Azam posing with their gold medals won at the men’s World Bowling Championship in Hong Kong.

It’s a roller-coaster ride

StarSport’s RAJES PAUL spoke to the Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) president Datuk Seri Norza Zakaria on his views of Malaysian sports so far, and what’s in store for the future.

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