Former FA of Thailand president Datuk Worawi Makudi, who wants his old job back, furnishes information to Asian Football Confederation on claims of mismanagement and money politics ahead of the national body’s Feb 12 elections.
Despite the pomp and fanfare for years, Malaysians were given false hopes for close to three decades and will soon realise that 2020 could turn out to be one ugly episode.
Event management firms, bogged by delayed payments and other terms set by clients, may join forces to make their voices heard to educate masses that the industry should not be taken for granted.
The Election Reform Committee is gathering information and engaging stakeholders as it works towards providing guidelines and laws for fair and independent media coverage in time for the next general election.
Infighting, self-absorbed ambitions and often drunk in their own egos, calls to crack the whip should extend to sports officials across the board – from the national sports associations to the National Sports Council – who contributed to the false hopes at the recent 30th SEA Games in the Philippines.
Recent flag fiasco at a basketball event reveals the ignorant side of Malaysians as the country’s symbol must never be compromised.
No sooner had the race to qualify for the 2020 Olympics ended just over a week ago, a new race began – an acrimonious contest for posts in the Malaysia Hockey Confederation – and it’s threatening to make Malaysian hockey the biggest loser.
Football Association of Malaysia to implement new rule requiring state football associations to have Under-19 and Under-21 leagues
Electoral Reform Committee chairman Tan Sri Rashid Abdul Rahman shares his insights with Twentytwo13 about the transparency of political funding, effectiveness of first-past-the-post system and his love for farming.
AirAsia Group Bhd executive chairman Datuk Kamarudin Meranun, Regent of Pahang Tengku Hassanal Ibrahim Alam Shah Al-Sultan Abdullah and former international K. Maheswari among those vying for posts in Malaysian Hockey Confederation elections next month.
Former international Noraseela Khalid and national hurdler Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian hope technical officials pay close attention to events following boo-boo at recent Tuaran Open Track and Field Championship.
Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman is trying very hard to prove his worth but the youngest Malaysian minister seems to be failing at most of his attempts.
Do sports events in Sarawak need the Sports Commissioner’s Office (SCO) approval in line with the Sports Development Act? Organisers of the recent Sarawak Championship did not make any such application. The event was also not sanctioned by the national golf association.