Twentytwo13 speaks to Manchester United and Liverpool fans to get their prediction for the big FA Cup match on Monday morning.
Liverpool-born Steve Darby is happy Manchester United resisted calls by keyboard warriors to sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the Norwegian has turned things around after a poor start.
Sepang International Circuit boss Azhan Shafriman Hanif says cost-cutting measures have been implemented and hopes an SIC sports bubble will boost its coffers post-Movement Control Order.
It’s been barely a month since Datuk S. Vegiyathuman left the Federal Territory Kuala Lumpur Athletics Association as its president. Forced to give up sports due to health issues, the former police fingerprint examiner takes a look at the regrets and joys of athletics in Malaysia.
Sports operators and private coaches are still reeling from the March 2020 Movement Control Order (MCO). With a similar lockdown set to kick in, many fear they could be out of business for good.
Sports or physical activities seem to be missing from preschools these days. And we wonder why children aren’t as active as they should be.
The FA Cup resumes tomorrow morning with Covid-19 threatening to wreak havoc with the fixtures.
As Umno faces turbulence while political parties are generally trying hard to entice youths to support them, politicians still disregard the importance of the Youth and Sports Ministry.
Stakeholders fear findings of Podium Programme Enhancement Task Force, among others, could be sidelined due to political instability and possible change of guard.
While congratulating Penang Billiards and Snooker Association for the RM2 million allocation to set up a snooker and eSports hub, the Malaysian Snooker and Billiards Federation wonders why the National Sports Council bypassed the national body.
Kedah FA president and Kedah Menteri Besar Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor referred to Kedah players as ‘awang hitam’, raising questions whether he was ignorant and insensitive.
Freelance journalist Devinder Singh, known for his comprehensive statistics on Malaysian football, is Kuala Lumpur United Football Club’s ‘latest signing’ as he will be curating content and liaising with the media for the city team.
Fitness coach Sheldon Xavier was crushed upon learning of Gerard Houllier’s death earlier this week. The Malaysian had a close relationship with the former Liverpool manager and is happy Houllier witnessed The Reds lift the Premier League title earlier this year.