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A Malaysian in Cardiff

IT HAS only been less than a year since Malaysian businessman Datuk Chan Tien Ghee took charge of Cardiff City, but he’s already experienced the heartache of narrowly missing out on Premier League promotion, seen the departure of long-serving manager Dave Jones, helped the club out of its financial crisis, and survived Craig Bellamy.

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How do we feel about Phil?

After a few summers of relative scrounging, Alex Ferguson had promised Manchester United fans a spending spree, so how do feel about his first piece of business, Blackburn defender Phil Jones?

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Get Personal: Fahmi Fadzil

MANY of you might know him as @Fahmi_Fadzil, the guy who gave a whole new meaning to the phrase “a thousand apologies”. Okay, so he only had to post a hundred apologies on Twitter to settle his defamation case with a publishing house, but with the untold ramifications of Twitterverse – and the small matter […]

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A true genius

Paul Scholes, in my opinion the most gifted footballer of the Premier League era, has retired.

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Past vs. Present

IT’S not often that Alex Ferguson is described as gracious in defeat, but then again, it’s not often he gets so comprehensively beaten.

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Too young to Facebook?

In your honest and totally unbiased opinion, what is the right age for someone to be allowed to sign up for a Facebook account? Currently, in keeping with the United State’s 1998 Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), Facebook only allows people aged 13 and above to sign up for its service. Yet, a study […]

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The season that was

For all fans of the English Premier League, the 2010-11 season will be remembered for having as many highs and lows as a James Durbin-Scotty McCreery duet.

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Cristiano Ronaldo to leave Madrid?

A couple of tabloids have reported that Ronaldo will leave Real Madrid for 150 million pounds after a falling out with manager Jose Mourinho.

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It begins with one click

SOCIAL media has already made its mark in the mainstream line. Over the past couple of years, we have seen numerous companies – locally and globally – turn to it to promote their businesses. Large companies with massive marketing budgets, and smaller ones without, have used social media to not only promote their products but […]

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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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Job not done

Blackburn might be the laughing stock of the Premier League for the fowl business of Sam Allardyce’s sacking, but they are no pushovers at home.

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Measured online

IT’S 2011 and “social” is the buzz word. You have social networks to connect with people, social buying for the best deals and social gaming to take your gaming experience to a whole new level. It may be integrated into our lives, and we probably don’t think twice about how social we are anymore but […]

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The Pea-rfect debut

With the Premier League trophy as well as engraved with Manchester United’s name now, the question has to be asked: how did this relatively ordinary and unexciting United side manage to win the most competitive league in the world?

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Get a system

By JASON LIOH TO BE a good photographer, you need to have a proper workflow system in place. This includes processes like downloading the pictures from a memory card, editing them, as well as uploading them onto a website. However, it is not as simple as it sounds, and there are many things you need […]

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The next step

WHEN Sohaib Athar (@Really Virtual) sent tweets out about the “rare event” – a helicopter hovering above Abbottabad, a city in Pakistan – a few nights ago, he didn’t imagine that he would be credited with “breaking” such an important piece of news. In fact, it was such an insignificant moment, that the second tweet […]

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