Malaysia’s netball team kick off their 2017 Kuala Lumpur SEA Games tournament in a fabulous manner. In the women’s preliminary round, Team Malaysia started off strong in the first quarter — they defeated Thailand with a score of 18-10. With fast focus and precise passes, Malaysia continued to dominate the second quarter by taking the score up to 17-5 (35-15). Malaysia kept the momentum going in the 3rd quarter, although they appeared to be more relaxed this time around.
The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) president Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim engaged in a chat session with several members from the local football scene on Tuesday night.Amongst those present at the discussion were football pundit Shebby Singh, Kevin Ramalingam from the Football Malaysia LLP, Hairuddin Omar from PFAM, representatives from Tifo Arena and Stadium MY.While addressing the various problems that are currently plaguing the Malaysian football scene, the FAM president said that...
National U-22 football head coach Datuk Ong Kim has listed his choice of 27 players for the upcoming 2017 Kuala Lumpur SEA Games.The 27 players who make up the 2017 SEA Games project squad will assemble at the Wisma FAM in Kelana Jaya this Sunday, 6th of August, to prepare for their SEA Games football tournament in starting August 14th.The squad remains predominantly the same squad that played at the AFC U-23 Championship qualifiers in Bangkok, aside from four players who were dropped by the...
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