OCM COO, the truth and facts.

Heresay? No announcement? Not confirmed? Highest marks? Stakeholders? Embarrassed? Well oh well, if those in the seats of power at the Olympic Council of Malaysia want to twist the facts and play with words and deny the truth, then we do not have to wait long for an Olympic Gold Medal for the best acting in...

Kok Chi questions need for COO

Dato Sieh Kok Chi is the elder statesman of Malaysian sports. The 80 year old has gone through the mill with well 50 years of sports administration, more often then not he speaks his mind without fear or favour. The controversial decision by OCM to appoint a Chief Operating Officer has not gone down well...

COO Appointment – OCM have second thoughts

The Executive Board of the Olympic Council of Malaysia will convene a special meeting to discuss the issue with regards to the appointment of their Chief Operating Officer. The Board had in its monthly meeting on Tuesday endorsed the appointment of Ms. Ung Su Ling but no formal announcement was made in the...

Aikman – Malaysia needs to be wary of China

China are the dark horses of the World League Finals to be held in Kuala Lumpur from the 26 April to May 4. This assessment comes from Japan’s head coach Siegfried Aikman after watching China in action in the first of five matches against his team in Japan. China defeated Japan 2-1 in the match. “ China has...

Aikman – China are a better team now

China are the dark horses of the World League Finals to be held in Kuala Lumpur from the 26 April to May 4. This assessment comes from Japan’s head coach Siegfried Aikman after watching China in action in the first of five matches against his team in Japan. China defeated Japan 2-1 in the match. “ China has...

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