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All 'local boys' PJ City shine | New Straits Times

MANY were pessimistic when PJ City FC opted for an all-local team this year, but after Sunday’s stalemate against Perak, eyes are starting to open.

9/3/2021 3:31:00 AM

NSTsports Captain KGurusamy's leadership qualities and presence inspired the rest while striker DarrenLok did decently as a forward. PJCityFC Football

MANY were pessimistic when PJ City FC opted for an all-local team this year, but after Sunday’s stalemate against Perak, eyes are starting to open.

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Taxi driver runs amok and crashes into cars at KK International Airport

KOTA KINABALU: A taxi driver is believed to have run amok at the Kota Kinabalu International Airport waiting area by deliberately crashing into several vehicles on Monday (July 19).

Sabah finally have full foreign power against PJ City | New Straits TimesNSTsports Sabah will finally have the services of all their foreign signings when they face PJCity FC in a SuperLeague match at Likas Stadium today.

No foreigners for PJ City | New Straits TimesNSTsports PJCity FC do not intend to sign a foreign striker despite losing their top marksman, Darren Lok, to injury recently.

PJ City need to lock Casagrande | New Straits TimesNSTsports PJCity FC coach P. Maniam is afraid of Penang striker Casagrande. Football SuperLeague

PJ City aim to groom local champions via programmePETALING JAYA: Having taken the bold step of fielding an all-local line-up in this season’s Super League, Petaling Jaya City are embarking on another initiative – to groom more local footballers through their Jaguh RF programme.

Super League: All-local PJ City holds Perak in IpohPETALING JAYA: A precious point, and proving a point that an all-local Petaling Jaya City can mix it with the big boys in a Super League encounter.