Former international Syed Adney Syed Hussein says turning FAs to FCs should have been initiated two decades ago as football administrators will never be ready until they stand on their own feet.
National taekwondo poomsae exponent Sara Yap Khim Wen and her teammates explore freestyle after their plans for the year were floored by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Professional futsal player Steffi Sarge Kaur hopes to inspire more young girls to pick up futsal or football. She also says parents play a crucial role in encouraging their children to play sports.
Telecommunications company redONE Network is committed to Terengganu and PDRM FA this season – regardless of the status of the M-League which will hopefully resume in September.
Penangite Colleen Augustin, who grew up learning ballet and to play the piano, credits her family for her rise as a mixed martial artist.
FA of Malaysia general secretary Stuart Ramalingam says community leagues and grassroots football are not forgotten as stakeholders are working towards resuming M-League in September.
Vocal veteran radio deejay Patrick Teoh says radio today is totally unemotional and that the presenters no longer talk about things that really matter.
Leona Chin, professional race car driver and drifter, says Sepang International Circuit (SIC) new chief executive officer Azhan Shafriman Hanif should prioritise making SIC a perfect motorsports hub for everyone.
Sports administrator and former journalist Ghaz Ramli says it is important to create a sporting culture in Malaysia before those at the top think about a sports industry.
Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis is heartbroken as John Prine has passed away due to Covid-19. But he is cheered up by a Douglas Lim number which Prine, the late American singer-songwriter and storyteller, would be proud of.
How have football clubs engaged with their fans and kept their sponsors happy throughout the Movement Control Order? The RSS with HD this weekend explores how M-League teams could actually stay active without having to slash wages.
There are many fun-filled activities for you and your family as your adapt to the change of lifestyle during the Movement Control Order as highlighted in this weekend’s YouTube talk show The RSS with HD.
With the advancement of sports science and sports medicine, those active in sports should get expert advice for injuries, as discussed on The RSS with HD this week.