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YOU can pinpoint various other reasons, but in effect, what is actually portrayed for the public eye each time Malaysia fails at glorifying itself in the four multisports events – the Olympics, Asian Games, Commonwealth Games and Sea Games – the fingers eventually point to the lack of or misplaced funding.
And the now culturally accepted form of funding across the sporting ecosystem since 1994 is the taxpayer, via the Youth and Sports Ministry and its administering agency the National Sports Council (NSC).
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