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99 per cent of M-League teams complete privatisation process – FAM
said a decision on the matter would be made soon, where teams who fail to be privatised would be demoted to the M3 League.
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Tambadau leave early for Johor on chartered flight
“Fortunately, TMJ came to our rescue as he generously agreed to charter an AirAsia flight for the team (one way). For that, we would like to thank him for his concern,” said Adzhar.
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Sports Science Course postponed due to COVID-19
The course was initially scheduled to take place at the Sabah International Convention Centre (SICC) from September 28 to October 3, this year.
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Poser over Sabah’s participation in National Armwrestling C’ship
“We intend to send a team of 30 athletes to the competition. However, we are still uncertain whether we will be able to make the trip because of the current COVID-19 in Sabah.”
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Tambadau not safe yet
They are facing Johor Darul Ta’zim away on October 2 in their next fixture before concluding their campaign by taking on UiTM FC at home on October 10.
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Badminton chief defends calendar changes after outcry
defended postponing the season's finale until January - a decision that has sparked an outcry from players - saying it was the "best possible solution" given the coronavirus pandemic.
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Peter drops bombshell
Despite having to inherit a debt-ridden association, Peter managed to put Safa’s house in order by settling all the arrears, including full payment of the players’ salary.
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Klopp waspada!
Liverpool menandakan hasrat untuk mempertahankan mahkota liga dengan menambah seorang pemain bertaraf dunia iaitu Thiago Alcantara dalam pasukan juara itu.
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Massive boost for Sabah
The victory was indeed massive one for Kurniawan Dwi Yulianto’s side as it helped move them out from the relegation zone.
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E-coaching launch breaks new grounds for grassroots sports
MILO®, the leader in grassroots sports development for 70 years, is taking its ongoing effort to fuel the passion for sports among children to greater heights with the launch of MILO® Champions Clinic: E-Coaching.
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SSMS students shine on and off the field
The graduation ceremony for this first batch of students was held at UiTM Campus Tun Mustapha Hall yesterday. Interestingly, among the graduates are Sabah’s top Para-athlete Felicia Mikat.
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Kamaru Usman happy to pave way for emerging African mixed martial artists
"There's just so much talent coming out of Africa," Usman told AFP in a virtual interview. "I know there are kids now who see me and I look like them. They know I've seen their paths, I've walked that journey. It's powerful."
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Commendable outing for our young guns
Sabah’s young guns may have failed to make the semi-finals in the men’s division of the 58th Tun Abdul Razak Cup but it was undoubtedly a successful campaign for them thus far.
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12 M-League teams complete privatisation process - FAM
have successfully completed the club privatisation process, including converting their football associations (FAs) to football clubs (FCs).
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S'kan Sports Complex tennis courts require urgent repair
He pointed out that out of the four tennis courts at the Sandakan Sports Complex, the two older ones have been totally unusable for quite some time while the two newer ones are also in very poor condition.
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