Friday, June 29, 2007

Controversial Sports Academy in UK

Many days have passed by and lately I have not heard of any update on Sports Academy to be located at the Tun Abdul Razak Research Centre in Brickendonbury, Hertfordshire, outside London.

Malaysia's Deputy Prime Minister, Najib Abdul Razak has said that the Sports Academy would be fully operational by April 2007. I wonder if that's the case now. Even though a town planning consultants, David Lane Associates, have been appointed, invoice raised and presumably paid as well, what's the status now?

From some further readings on this case, it seems that the town planning consultants have changed. Further money be made again to cater for the new consultants?

The funny part was when the DPM quoted that Malaysia's Under-16 team would train with Arsenal. Train they did but against Arsenal's Under-16 team also. A match of three 30 minutes sessions with 2 intervals in between and that was it......... hahahhahahahhahahahhahha..... such a match was hyped up to boost what?????? Ego?

If you want to know more rumours on this controversial sports academy in UK, continue reading Myth or fact? You decide.
Tags: Sports, Politics, Malaysia, Sports Academy, Tun Abdul Razak Research Centre, Brickendonbury, Hertfordshire, Najib Abdul Razak, Arsenal

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