Kick, score and conquer

Two Malaysian teens net the chance of a lifetime to train at QPR Academy in London.

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When Harry met R.AGE

By IAN YEE WHEN we told some British sports journalists during the Laureus World Sports Awards (held in Kuala Lumpur two weeks ago) that we would be interviewing Harry Redknapp, they had a few words of warning. “He can explode,” said one of them. “Don’t ask him stupid questions.” Of course, we had already […]

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Training with the best

By IAN YEE AS an aspiring footballer growing up in the village of Semban in Sarawak, Gabrieal Katz Anak Mering, 17, had never heard of the Queen’s Park Rangers (QPR) football club. And why should he? Where he comes from, the English game is a distant dream. They hardly get to watch it on […]

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Kicking it

By JAYDEE LOK Every young footballer in Malaysia dreams of having an opportunity to train with the big boys from a foreign league. Well, last Friday, that dream came true for 50 aspiring footballers who had the opportunity to train with professionals from British club Queens Park Rangers at the AirAsia-QPR Coaching Clinic Tour […]

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If I were the manager…

Before we talk about Adel Taraabt, first up, I’d like to thank Mr. Mojo for pointing out that the correct tense should be “If I WERE the manager”, not “If I WAS”.

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