“If you can’t help out with cash, you can always offer a helping hand”. That has been the adage that has hold renowned philantropist, Ustaz Ebit Lew (UEL) in good stead ever since he started his humanitarian works since small.   “Ever since I was small, an ustaz taught me, if you don’t have money, you can always help out with your time and efforts. This has been my motto and has been my driving motivation to do good until now.   “Despite what has been said in some quarters, I believe that all my actions will be judged by Allah and I will...

Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Media dan Perhubungan Awam Persatuan Bolasepak Malaysia (FAM) Christopher Raj, mengajak rakyat Malaysia untuk membuat sumbangan kepada Ustaz Ebit Lew dalam usaha mendapatkan 43 ribu tablet untuk kegunaan para pelajar yang memerlukan. Beliau terpanggil untuk membantu usaha pendakwah terkenal itu selepas membaca perkongsian Ustaz Ebit Liew di Facebook. “Sedih membaca perkongsian Ustaz Ebit Lew di Facebook. Sebanyak 43 ribu mesej diterima olehnya yang meminta sumbangan tablet untuk anak2 belajar di rumah. “Satu tablet berharga dalam lingkungan sekitar RM600-RM800. Jumlah keseluruhan tablet pula mungkin mencecah RM30 juta,” tulis Christopher di laman Twitter. Tambahnya lagi, “Sekiranya 15 juta rakyat Malaysia yang berkemampuan dapat menyumbang...

The premium sports docuseries charting the climb of six-time Malaysian Super League champions, Johor Darul Ta’zim FC 3 September 2020, Malaysia: The fly-on-the-wall five part series – FEARLESS: Rise of the Johor Southern Tigers will feature the highly successful behind-the-scenes docuseries concept and turns the floodlights on Southeast Asian football powerhouse, Johor Darul Ta’zim FC (JDT FC), whose successes over the years have helped forge a community, a society, a state and a nation. The highly-anticipated series lifts the lid on the establishment of JDT FC’s world-class infrastructure; from its top training facilities and the stunning new Sultan Ibrahim Stadium, to their progressive youth academy program,...

Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) President, Datuk Haji Hamidin Haji Mohd Amin, today paid a courtesy call to the Sultan of Selangor, His Royal Highness Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah Alhaj at Istana Bukit Kayangan, Shah Alam.HRH Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah granted an audience to Datuk Haji Hamidin who took the opportunity to discuss current football issues, including the privatisation process of the FA (football association) to FC (football club). Other topics discussed were the progress of the F:30 Roadmap, launched on 31st October 2018, as well as the plan to build the new FAM headquarters and a modern state-of-the-art national training...

It is what dreams are made of. Behind the wheel of a monstrous Formula Renault with a Tatuus chassis and 2.0 L Renault Clio engine, reigning eRacing Grand Prix SEA Champion, Mior Muhammad Hafiz had a devilish time at the Sepang International Circuit open track day yesterday.   Despite winning the inaugural regional eRacing tournament back in September last year, Mior was made to wait for his reward due to the global COVID-19 pandemic which halted all sporting events – both professional and recreational in the country.   It was only last month that Sepang International Circuit decided to resume operations for both private...

JOHOR BAHRU (21 JULAI): Arena Emas, Taman Impian Emas yang dibangunkan oleh Kumpulan Prasarana Rakyat Johor Sdn. Bhd (KPRJ) dengan kos sebanyak RM31 juta telah menerima pujian daripada Timbalan Menteri Belia dan Sukan, YB Senator Wan Ahmad Fayhsal Wan Ahmad Kamal hari ini. Arena Emas yang merangkumi gelanggang bagi acara memanah, petanque, boling padang dan skuasy ini terletak kira-kira 18 kilometer dari pusat bandaraya Johor akan menjadi tumpuan buat para atlet pada temasya SUKMA XX Johor 2020 tahun hadapan. Wan Ahmad Fayhsal yang mengadakan lawatan kerja ke Johor selama dua hari pada Isnin telah memuji keupayaan Johor di dalam membina fasiliti serba canggih...

ISKANDAR PUTERI, 12 JULY 2020: After almost three years of preparation, the infrastructure and facilities for SUKMA XX Johor 2020 are almost complete and will soon be ready to be tested by the athletes who will compete in Johor next year. Johor, who last hosted the biennial Games in 1992, has built nine new venues including Mount Austin Athletics and Rugby Stadium, Arena Emas, Taman Impian Emas for petanque, lawn bowls, squash and archery and the state’s latest landmark, the Velodrom Johor in Iskandar Puteri. Johor Menteri Besar, YAB Datuk Ir. Hasni Mohamad had only praise for all the people involved in ensuring the...

JOHOR BAHRU (6 JULY 2020): Preparations are currently underway by the organizers of SUKMA XX Johor to ensure that all venues are ready before the start of the biennial games which is expected to be held in the first quarter of year 2021. Despite the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic across the nation and the Movement Control Order (MCO) enacted on 18th March, SUKMA XX Johor’s secretariat remained committed in their efforts to ensure that all preparations are continued and meet the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) set in regards to the COVID-19. Earlier today the Youth and Sports Minister, Datuk Seri Reezal Merican...

  Since the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) has been enforced since June 10, various social sectors have begun to open gradually, including preschools, schools, government and private sectors. In regards to this, more business such as theaters, theme parks and spas sectors will be allowed to operate based on one-time body temperature screening. In terms of the sports industry, it’s unfortunate that commercial and recreational football activities were not given the green light to re-operate as usual. According to Malaysian sports analyst Christopher Raj, this situation will put them in a stage to continue facing the risk of having to drop the mat if...

HE was envied, he was feared, he was admired but most of all he was respected. He was Datuk M. Chandran, one of the most treasured, if not the most treasured son of Malaysian football who passed away peacefully on the 28th September 2019. He was 77. Even during his final days, when fans and friends knew he was gravely ill, they came from all walks of life to visit him at his home. They hugged him and silently shed a tear. Chandran was a man of few words, but did his talking on the field and, by his actions, showed he cared. One...