FA of Malaysia technical director Peter de Roo says coaching and football education play a huge role in ensuring children stay in the sport while coaches and parents learn how to inject fun to ensure a larger pool of talent for Malaysia.
Malaysia’s greatest athlete Nicol David to retire at the end of the 2018-2019 season.
Matador Hockey Club nets funding through detailed marketing and sponsorship programme as it continues to mould talents at the grassroots.
FA of Malaysia’s media communication unit designer Jamie Nazmi is deaf and mute but it has not stopped him from being creative and producing artwork for the national body.
The 2017 Kuala Lumpur SEA Games Report, minus the accounts, finally surfaces with the 739-page book generally filled with content already made public.
Former wushu world champion Loh Jack Chang says he left the sport at the right time but feels sorry for national athletes who are in a quandary due to a lack of clarity from the powers-that-be.
Nothing has changed for Malaysian football over the past decade with stakeholders still viewing the AFF Cup as the ‘World Cup’.
Badminton World Federation (BWF) secretary-general Thomas Lund shares his insights with Twentytwo13 of what stakeholders of the sport can expect this year.
RHB to organise another cycling event, The RHB Langkawi Ride, following success of previous cycling competition.
National Under-23 coach Datuk Ong Kim Swee says the two key National Sports Institute (NSI) experts play important roles and hopes they will be part of his team for their assignment in Bangkok starting this weekend.
Deputy Youth and Sports Minister Steven Sim tells national sports associations and athletes, to ditch culture of old administration, saying clubs play an important role in the sporting eco-system.
Deputy Youth and Sports Minister Steven Sim says delay in releasing 2017 KL SEA Games accounts due to Finance Ministry’s directive that the numbers be audited externally in line with good governance.
Athletes who leave national bodies should not be punished as only the best deserve to represent the nation. But going independent means being independent without expecting financial help from the government.