Jose Mourinho could win Tottenham’s first trophy since 2008 yet get the sack if results do not improve in the Premier League.
Veteran youth coach N. Rada Krishnan says coaches must adopt specific coaching and interpersonal skills to nurture young talents and not kill their enthusiasm in a bid to create a winning team.
In his book ‘Football Knowledge – Guideline Book for Players’, veteran youth football coach N. Rada Krishnan outlines roles of parents, guardians and football administrators about do’s and don’ts in developing young talents.
With the ongoing political instability, perhaps it is time to adopt the ‘whole of society’ approach in pushing for sports policies and blueprints to ensure it is community-driven and that the objectives are met – regardless of who is in power.
Manchester City, which suffered a humiliating 5-2 home defeat to Leicester last September, can set the record straight when it travels to King Power Stadium as club football returns following last week’s international break.
The Malaysia Hockey League concludes tomorrow. The nearly month-long event showed it is possible to have a sports bubble as around 400 players, managers, officials, bus drivers and ball boys stayed under one roof for the duration of the tournament.
Sports should indeed be pure, colour blind and viewed without any political affiliation or bias. Yet, that’s just an illusion. At the end of the day, it boils down to the whims and fancies of those in power.
Community roped in to ensure upgraded Section 15 Sports Complex in Bangi is well-maintained, says Bangi MP Ong Kian Ming.
Youth football coach N. Rada Krishnan says children must be allowed time to build their stamina after long hiatus from sports, adding they should not be playing in any competition or friendlies for the next two months.
If you are missing the English Premier League this weekend, here are five suggestions to keep you occupied.
NSI chief Ahmad Faedzal Md Ramli explains role played by his colleagues in moulding champions, describing them as “the team behind the team”.
All-England champion Lee Zii Jia lifts spirit of Malaysians who have been left fatigued with nauseating politics, gloomy economy and Covid-19 pandemic.
In a bid to educate fans about its former stars, Malaysian Cricket Association pays tribute to Datuk Dr Amarjit Singh – the nation’s most successful cricketer.