M League: A raw TV deal for the Rakyat

Tomorrow marks the kick off of the 2020 season of the M-League. Trust most of the big wigs will be headed to the new Sultan Ibrahim Stadium to catch the action between JDT and Kedah. Not that they are bothered about the quality of Football, but more so to impress TMJ that they are there in person. As they...

Obituary; Cassian, a life remembered and cherished

It was not something one often see at funerals where death is a son bore occasion. But this was a funeral with a mark of distinction – it was a celebration of life of the late Cassian Dominic Van Huizen. Many may not know who Cassian was, but I got to know this youngster at the NS Padang in Seremban...

Hockey: Fitri’s omission leads to questions

There is no doubt that Fitri Saari is one of the most talented players ever had. His ability, with and without the ball is phenomenal, his vision second to none and his bursting runs from the midfield has many a time won crucial matches for Malaysia. This lad wears the national flag on his chest with utmost...

Hockey: Fitri’s omission leads to questions

There is no doubt that Fitri Saari is one of the most talented players ever had. His ability, with and without the ball is phenomenal, his vision second to none and his bursting runs from the midfield has many a time won crucial matches for Malaysia. This lad wears the national flag on his chest with utmost...

Change in Govt? What it means to sports

The last 24 hours has been interesting to say the least on our political scenario. But the developments are of utmost importance to those in the sports fraternity, no matter how apolitical one chooses to be. A change of government looks imminent if not certain. But why for sports this is something to look...

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