Time to Fulfil Potential in Malaysian Hockey

Malaysian Hockey is facing a very real dilemma, and one that is common in modern sport. It is a dilemma which in a country where manners and protocols are so important is enmeshed in cultural mores as well. In 2013

A-League Needs to Review Salary Cap

There are many who are claiming that Perth Glory’s punishment for breaching the Salary Cap in the A-League could be a watershed moment for the competition, and they could well be right. It is pleasing to hear that Perth Glory

FFA Right to Say “No” To Asia

Football fans in Australia will no doubt have breathed a sigh of relief this morning when reading on the World Game website that the FFA have rejected a move from the A-League club owners to expand into Asia. This is

Memories that Last, Will the Cricket World Cup 2015 Deliver?

They say that age catches up with us all, and watching the Cricket World Cup labour its way through the group stage this writer realises that he yearns for yesteryear. I am old enough to remember the first Cricket World

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