As Iskandar Malaysia in Johor plans to go sporty, talks are being held with the National Sports Institute to get its expert views over the new project.
You may be an ordinary Joe but if FA of Malaysia (FAM) gets its grassroots revamp plan going, you could be the next football hero.
As state football teams move from FA to FC, the FA of Malaysia hopes professionally-run outfits will be free from political influence. Time will tell if the politicians and fans are truly ready for a profit-making set-up.
Burger stall operator Mohd Asri Hamid’s allegations make authorities act but in the cases of prominent lawyer Datuk Seri Gopal Sri Ram and Deputy Youth and Sports Minister Wan Ahmad Fayhsal Wan Ahmad Kamal, the powers that be have remained silent.
Does the coronavirus choose its victims? There was this defiant person at a supermarket who seemed to think he was immune since he is a ‘Dato’. He could very well turn out to be the next super spreader.
Transparency International Malaysia (TI-M) says people should not be drawn into talk that high-profile corruption cases are politically motivated as former Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng latest to be dragged to court.
The doctor to population ratio in Malaysia stands at 1:454 but former Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad and former Malaysian Medical Association president Prof Datuk Dr N.K.S. Tharmaseelan insist it is the distribution of doctors and health experts nationwide that needs to be addressed.
Umno insiders claim a general election will be called soon as the party wants to strike while the iron is hot by riding on Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin’s feel-good influence before it fades.
Meeting this week will kickstart series of discussions about future of National Football Development Programme (NFDP). Should the government continue babysitting the programme with taxpayers’ money? Also, it’s been three years and there is still no sight of the 2017 KL SEA Games accounts.
As the world watches the consequences of racial profiling, Malaysian parliamentarians continue to be insensitive and ignorant towards their peers. What more can be expected then from the ordinary Malaysian?
The cordial meeting between Tunku Ismail Ibrahim and Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican came as a “win” for government officials following the Crown Prince of Johor’s cold treatment of Reezal’s predecessors.
Former international Khalid Jamlus has fallen on hard times. He, however, is not looking for sympathy but for a chance to coach.
Ex-international and national coach Datuk K. Rajagobal stresses it is the role of state FAs, with assistance from FA of Malaysia, to unearth talents instead of taking the easy way out by using naturalised footballers.