Ahmad Faizal: Dropped athletes can still represent country, train at NSC | Malay Mail

Ahmad Faizal: Dropped athletes can still represent country, train at NSC | Malay Mail

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21/1/2022 2:59:00 AM

Ahmad Faizal: Dropped athletes can still represent country, train at NSC | Malay Mail

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 21 — Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu has stressed that athletes dropped from the national training programmes still have the opportunity to represent the country in international tournaments. He said their omission did not mean they are barred from...

channel for the latest updates.KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 21 — Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu has stressed that athletes dropped from the national training programmes still have the opportunity to represent the country in international tournaments.

He said their omission did not mean they are barred from undergoing training at National Sports Council (NSC) venues and facilities nationwide to raise their performance.“It’s just that we have not placed them under the Podium Programme, which is like an academy under one roof. This is what everyone must understand,” he said in the TV1 programme

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Kau ni baru bangun tido ke? Sampah apa la ismail simpan If they are good enough to represent the country why drop them ....? Your ministry should drop all the deadwood instead of the Athletes.... Tu la. Terhegeh2 Stupid. Imagine all the dropped athletes since 2010 come for training in NSC. This guy talks C every time he opens his mouth.

Pointless talking Wow you pay them less and expect them to get you medals? Bila atlet dah menang dan berjaya, terhegeh-hegeh macam penagih dadah. Elok lah mana yg nak berhijrah ke Singapura, Hong Kong dan Australia tuh. Rezeki anda mungkin lebih baik di sana. Tak yah layan menteri bodoh dan LEMAH nie. Rasanya dh smpi masa atlet malaysia pull out dr terlibat dgn KBS bawah kerajaan bangang mcm ni. Pegi mampus la sukan malaysia ni kalau smpi atlet jual tisu pn smpi xleh pikir. gila bangsat lg teruk dr yahudi. Malaysia dh tenat!

Don't waste time. Find work for better future. What would be the motivation to do so tho? During free time boleh lah kot. Idk.

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At their own costs and time!! Is it what you are trying to tell them?

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Telegram channel for the latest updates. KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 21 — Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu has stressed that athletes dropped from the national training programmes still have the opportunity to represent the country in international tournaments. He said their omission did not mean they are barred from undergoing training at National Sports Council (NSC) venues and facilities nationwide to raise their performance. “It’s just that we have not placed them under the Podium Programme, which is like an academy under one roof. This is what everyone must understand,” he said in the TV1 programme Inklusif last night. He also refuted claims that the Podium Programme under the NSC had been halted. He said the Finance Ministry was of the view that the country’s expenditure ought to be prioritised towards the post-COVID-19 recovery process, which the Youth and Sports Ministry concurred. “Although from about RM40 million that was allocated last year to zero, we at the ministry have found a way  and we have managed to raise RM17 million to continue with the Podium Programme for our high-performance athletes,” he said. The NSC had previously dropped 144 national athletes and retained only 293 athletes (248 able-bodied and 45 para athletes) for this year, as well as reduced their training allowances. — Bernama You May Also Like Related Articles