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Bolasepak Sarawak (Pembangunan & sebagainya)

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Five-Year Plan To Produce Calibre Players

BY JEREMY VENO, Easterntimes


KUCHING: The five-year football development plan run by the Sarawak State Sports Council is seen to be the “saviour” to get Sarawak football to produce top quality players in five years.
Right from the start of the project which is first mooted by an individual ( a former FAS official) the project had seen glitches and delays.
The Sarawak State Sports Council (MSNS) which is under the Ministry and tasked with implementing the project is the operating arm and the agency to implement the five-year development programme. According to an observer of Sarawak football of several decades, the project has many loopholes and non-cost effective which will drain dry the annual RM 1.5 million allocation in a jiffy.
“It is a known fact that the Education Department have their own football programmes, which is based on formality rather than for development. How can they possibly streamline the programmes with the Education Department’s?” he asked in response to a statement made in a local daily that the five-year programme will work closely with the State Education Department.
For a proper development, he said that each school is supposed to play in 20 to 25 matches a year to be rendered development effective compared to the one or two days of football competitions such as the interschool event.
“I am all out for such carnivals, but bear in mind, they are only playing in one or two days, playing from 3 to 4 matches a day! That is not development, it’s rediculous” he explained.
“It is also a better move if they should hire scouts during such events who will in turn recommend their names to SMK Tabuan Jaya for enrollment. The move is more cost effective rather than overseeing 30 schools throughout the State,” he added.
He said the allocation should be directly channeled to Tabuan Jaya which will then finance the best coaches to prepare players for the President’s Cup squad and ensure the continuity of quality local players.
After receiving the allocation MSNS is presently re-enacting the Under-16 School Development League mooted by a former FAS official who pioneered the five-year development plan.
In that programme which spans for almost a year, the league saw selected schools playing in competitve matches during the weekends keeping their weekdays free for training. This according to the observer, is to ensure that an ongoing training schedule for the players are maintained while keeping them on the right track for development.
The reason is that only selected schools were involved in the development programme is justified as the implication of overseeing all schools throughout the state is possible... but not without biting a huge hole in their wallets.
“This is not cost effective! Flights, accommodation, allowance and miscellaneous spendings are already a big part of the allocation,” he said reminding that the allocation is not only for the development programmes but also for the current President’s Cup squad.
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Big boost for state football devt

by Ting Tieng Hee, Theborneopost

RM1.5 mln annually for five years programme
KUCHING: The Sarawak State Sports Council (MSNS) got a big shot in the arm on Thursday when its application for funds to run a five-year football development programme was given the nod by the State Cabinet.MSNS director Francis Nyurang Ding said with the funds, the Council could proceed with implementation immediately.
“I have just been notified by the state government today that the application we submitted last year has been approved, and we will be given RM1.5 million annually for five years to run the programme,” he disclosed on Thursday.
Francis said the groundwork was, in fact, laid last year when the Council organised a course in June for 33 coaches in Miri.
Former Sarawak coach Alan Vest conducted the course with the assistance of state football development coordinator Lucas Kalang.
According to Francis, the programme was on hold for a while as the council was awaiting the government’s approval for the application.
The council was tasked by the state government in the beginning of last year to oversee football development in the state.
“We will be organising another coaching course in Miri on February 11 and 12 under Vest who is now a technical director of the development programme,” he said.
According to Francis, the programme will start with 30 school-based and three regional centres (northern, central and southern zones).
“We will be working very closely with the State Education Department as the schools are very much involved.”
He said the school-based centres would concentrate on the basics while the three regional centres would tackle the more advanced level.
“Over 670 players from the Under 22, Under 17 and Under 15 age groups in the 33 centres will be involved,” Francis said.
He sees no reason why good players cannot be trained up from such a big pool of players.
The players will first compete in Inter-School and Inter-Centre competitions where they will be selected for the Inter-Regional Centre competition.
Other competitions include Borneo Games (U23), Piala Yayasan Sarawak (Emas, U17) and Under-18 MSSS League.
From these competitions, the best players will be absorbed into the President Cup and Sukma teams and eventually play for the senior team in the Malaysian League.
The object is to develop players with good technical and tactical skills and who are also knowledgeable and disciplined.
It is part of an on-going effort to produce players for the state President Cup, Sukma and senior teams and to strengthen cooperation between the Social Development and Urbanisation Ministry, MSNS, the Malaysian Schools Sports Council and the Football Association of Sarawak.
“I believe with the support, commitment and cooperation of all concerned, we can run the programme successfully,” Francis said
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bagus sarawak dah ada plan untuk bangkit kembali..kejayaan tak datang dengan mudah/sekelip mata..bagi aku, sarawak TAK SEPATUTNYA bermain dalam liga perdana..itu bukan tempat untuk pasukan seperti sarawak..aku percaya ramai bakat muda di serata negeri sarawak..cuma program pencarian dan pembangunan perlu di utamakan..aku berharap sarawak bukan saja dapat bangkitkan saingan dalam liga, tapi jadi penyumbang pemain berkualiti kepada skuad negara...harap sarawak bangkit..
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tkm batu fc said:

bagus sarawak dah ada plan untuk bangkit kembali..kejayaan tak datang dengan mudah/sekelip mata..bagi aku, sarawak TAK SEPATUTNYA bermain dalam liga perdana..itu bukan tempat untuk pasukan seperti sarawak..aku percaya ramai bakat muda di serata negeri sarawak..cuma program pencarian dan pembangunan perlu di utamakan..aku berharap sarawak bukan saja dapat bangkitkan saingan dalam liga, tapi jadi penyumbang pemain berkualiti kepada skuad negara...harap sarawak bangkit..


Thanx bro for ur concern and hope...
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pembangunan sukan sarawak ni mcm selangor gak la aku tengok ,, tengok la rekod sukma.
caya lah sarawak.
Alan vest ni dulu zaman sarawak kuat ni ..
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gud moves.
spttnyer FAM KBS dan Kementerian Pelajaran patut explore sarawak ni.negeri terbesar di malaysia.
banyak talent mungkin ada kat sana yang kita tak tau.

kurang2 kena ada dua sports school kat sarawak ni shj.

manisrain said:

pembangunan sukan sarawak ni mcm selangor gak la aku tengok ,, tengok la rekod sukma.
caya lah sarawak.
Alan vest ni dulu zaman sarawak kuat ni ..



alan vest ni ker first coach becomes manager kat malaysia ni? x igt sgt time tu budak kecik lg
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legend sarawak Alan Vest nih

sezaman ngan Alistair Edwards,Abbas Saad,Karel Stromsik...my bad if my mind was wrong
Raja Adil,Raja Disembah !!!
Raja Zalim,Raja Disanggah !!!
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FAS, ISN Has To Work On Players’ Attributes Together

BY JEREMY VENO,Easterntimes


KUCHING: A bond has to be made between the Football Association of Sarawak (FAS) and the National Sports Institute (ISN) to ensure that the young state players’ physical and mental attributes are at the top of their game.
Zaki Sheikh Ahmad after putting pen to paper as the head coach to the young team got a surprise when he found out that the association is not working hand in hand with ISN. He noted that several of the players are clueless when it comes to their diet before matches and during half time breaks.
“What I had seen is, these players are eating four to five bananas before matches, and they even drank the isotonic drinks like plain water. All these do more bad than good on their performance on the field,” said Zaki who had observed the players attitude in the past four matches. Being a former assistant coach to the national team, Zaki is left with no choice but to take the leash and educate several of the players on the proper food intake, nurturing them like a father to a child.
Believing that the association should iron things out with ISN to engage a dietician and physical trainers for the development of the players, Zaki’s boys were outplayed by Harimau Muda last Friday night losing 0-1 to the much fitter boys and the lack of discipline on the state side contributed heavily to the loss.
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alan vest ni dlm awal ke pertghan 90an

mase tu srwk ade john hunter...
bolok wooooq nguh
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Disini lah kita perlukan ketelusan dan kejujuran menggunakan duit ke jalan yang betol dan pastikan duit digunakan sebaik mungkin......(mcm pernah berlaku duit ilang ntah ke mana je....)hehe

dan kne pastikan penyokong bersabar akan development......aku rindukan kekuatan Sarawak yg digeruni satu ketika dulu.....Affendi Julaihi, Jalil Ramli, Ibrahim Mantali..... Alistair Edwards, John Hunter, Ramos and Ramles Sari...kalau le btol...kalau salah tolong betolkan...


Dengan kesabaran....aku believe so..

Tq Boyak....(byk info sarawak dari kau...yesh!)
I'd rather discuss on the game rather than politics. But sadly, it's a shame that some have misused the power to further corrupt the beautiful game we love.

With POWER comes GREAT CORRUPTION.
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Good news for Sarawak football development. Bangga dgn FA Negeri spt Sarawak yg dah ada plan pembangunan 'grassroot level'. FA Negeri-negeri lain sepatutnya pun tentu dah ada bajet sendiri utk musim ini.

P/S. Last year di SSBJ (Malaysia U15) ada seorang players Sarawak nama Awang Sophian. Pemain yang bagus dan mempunyai strikes yg bagus tapi sayang kecederaan membataskan penyertaannya dan dia kembali ke SMK Tabuan Jaya. :( (Tapi Sarawak masih ada byk lagi pemain2 yg berkualiti peringkat grassroot utk diketengahkan ke peirngkat kebangsaan).
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Pembangunan dari bawah sangat penting...
terbaik dari Sarawak FA.... ;)
harap2 persatuan2 negeri laen dpt mengikut jejak langkah FA Sarawak...
Walaupun team Sarawak sekarang mengalami kemerosotan,kawe pasti suatu hari nanti pasukan Sarawak akan menjadi antara pasukan yang digeruni di Liga Malaysia... :)
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Pendidikan dan bola sepak tidak boleh dipisahkan..
inilah platform terbaik utk mencungkil serta develop pemain2 sejak di bangku sekolah lg
sgt setuju..1 atau 2 hari pertandingan dlm setahun adalah sgt tidak munasabah..jurulatih perlulah seorang yg mempunyai kemahiran(berkelayakan) dan bukannya cikgu sejarah atau bahasa melayu..jadikan mata pelajaran pendidikan jasmani sebagai pendedahan awal dlm aspek ini (pemakanan dan teknik yg betul)..jgn memandang remeh subjek ini (kalo time PJ je..bdk2 gi padang main bola sampai abis waktu)..syabas kpd Sarawak kerana sudah mempunyai pelan spt ini..harap dpt dilaksanakan dgn elok dan boleh dijadikan contoh kpd setiap negeri :)
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Commentary On The Sorry State Of Sarawak’s SUKMA Football

KUCHING: The recent announcement of the launching of the Football Development project after a year’s delay and thousands of ringgit in grant must be music to the ears of success-starved Sarawak football fans.
If the report by a local newspaper that former Sarawak legendary coach Alan Vest will be the director of coaching is correct, Sarawak football shall have a strong SUKMA squad this time. It may be able to enter at least the semifinals or capture the SUKMA trophy after the millions of ringgits spent.
But why Vest who is semi-retired and who has already stated that he will never hold a full-time job unless he is invited to do short courses or give a few day’s coaching clinics.
He might be a legend and well versed in development, but he will not be able to give his all. The critical thing about Sarawak football development according to a football official is that there must be a very qualified person who is always on the ground. He must be an expert to implement and planprojects and oversee that quality coaching are carried out by selecting the right coaches.
Another alarming feature to note about the project administered by the State Sports Council may be asked by a question: Why the one year delay?
One year is a long time in football development according to a critic, for the MSN in charge of implementing the project should have come out with a ready President’s Cup squad, coaches selected and programmes like competitions organised at the schools levels.
Football is the perennial poor cousin of Sarawak sports in SUKMA. The first to pack up their bags and go home after failing to go beyond the first round in the past few SUKMAs, they only captured the trophy in 1990 when the Games was hosted by Sarawak. And after that, they were just like cannon fodders for the other teams.
An individual had presented to the Minister in charge of sports a working paper proposing that football development should be placed fully under the Ministry of Social Development instead of being left to the Sarawak FA.
The proposal was approved and a task force committee had been setup consisting of the MSN, the Education department, FAS and a few individuals who embarked on a “wholistic approach” towards football development.
That task force, instead of appointing the individual who had taken the initiative with his ideas to tackle football development, appointed MSN because it is the operating arm that implement the project on the ground.
MSN that had been a “failure” in football development in terms of the SUKMA context was given the task but to be fair to them, they had in the past had to concentrate on the development of other sports some of which like diving, athletics, volleyball, tennis, archery were highly successful.
But footbal has not been MSN’s success story.
One year later after it was launched, success is still as elusive as ever and the MSN is still searching for players for the junior squad and there is no leagues or regular competitions being organised. Apart from former players Jahar Nor and Sulaiman Mustanir who travelled extensively to conduct scouting and coaching, MSN has selected hardly any worthy coach worth mentioning.
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Sarawak Football: Rome Not Built In A Day

BY JEREMY VENO, easterntimes.

KUCHING: The five-year football development plan which is being spearheaded by the Sarawak State Sports Council (MSNS), has the long term objective of producing top-notched local players to revive the glory days of Sarawak football.
The initiative is going to start full swing this year, up till 2015 where a meticulous development plan being drawn to cover the whole of Sarawak.
According to a spokesperson from MSNS, the development initiative is still in its infancy stage, where the proposal for the programme made on June 12, 2009 had just been given the green light from the State government.
The good news of the approval also came with a financial boost of RM1.5 million per year allocation by the State government to MSNS for executing the five-year programme, which will see the council will working very closely with the State Education Department.
“These schools are important assets to us.
They are the ones supplying us the huge pool of players and coaches and we can also save money on the facilities as the schools can make use of their own football fields for training and competitions,” he said.
He stressed that MSNS role would greatly be focused on the structure and financial aid while keeping an eye on the schools to ensure that they (schools) would not derail from the training syllabus.
Starting with 30 schools to launch the programme at the grassroots level, MSNS will also ensure that their centres in the northern, southern and central region of Sarawak will be pressing on the more advanced trainings.

Regional centres

The northern region (Miri) will oversee their centres of excellence and development centres located in Miri, Bintulu and Limbang while the Southern region (Kuching) will focus on the centres in Kuching, Samarahan, Sri Aman and Betong.
The central region (Sibu), however, will only be focused in the area of Sibu, Mukah, Sarikei and Kapit where the centres, according to MSNS, will be coached by at least a “B” license coach to ensure the quality of the players produced.
From all the involvement, MSNS has projected over 600 players from all the centres in the Under 17 and Under 15 age groups.
To get the cream of the crop, a selection will be made through a intercentre competitions where only the best players will get a chance to be roped in for the Inter-Regional Centre competition.
Through the tournaments, it will eventually be a golden opportunity for the scouting agent to eye several unpolished gems to be recommended and further trained into the President’s Cup and SUKMA squad (depending on performance) before being roped into the senior squad.
“We have to provide quality players for once on the senior squad, they would already be under the jurisdiction of the Football Association of Sarawak (FAS) who need a huge quantitly and players,” he added.
He said a “two-way-street” also exists between the council and the football association where the upgrading of coaches can only be done by FAS, being affiliated to the football governing body of Malaysia (FAM).
The council also envisioned that by 2012, Sarawak will be able to produce a SUKMA XIV 2012 “Dream Team” to win the gold medal in the most anticipated sporting event of the country.
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Sarawak Appoints Australian Business Centre As Sports Consultant

KUCHING, Feb 1 (Bernama) -- Sarawak has appointed Australian Business Centre (ABC) as the consultant for the state's Sports Development Master Plan Study in efforts to become a national and regional sports powerhouse by 2020, Social Development and Urbanisation Minister Datuk Seri William Mawan said Monday.

He said the ABC team, which was appointed after a due process of tender and reviews, consisted of both renowned international and local expertise in sports development study.

"It would be bold to predict how sports in Sarawak would fare in the year 2020 but we can be sure that it will be at its best when the plan that we are planning now will bear the result because the key stakeholders, representing over 40 sports associations, have responded promptly to an initial effort to audit the current sports situation in the state," he said when officiating at a workshop on the study, organised by ABC in collaboration with his ministry.

He said the overall objective of the project was to formulate a comprehensive long-term strategic plan for the state, beginning this year up to 2020, as well as a suitable action plan for immediate implementation, including providing input for the establishment of the new Sarawak Sports Corporation.

It will also identify the existing strengths and potentials of high performance sports in Sarawak besides proposing the standard guidelines for maintenance, management, promotion and marketing of all existing stadium and sports facilities as well as encourage greater grassroots participation, especially of school children.

On the sports corporation, Mawan said it would be given more autonomy over sports matters to plan programmes to uplift the level of the various sports activities while his ministry would take serious heed of the feedback and input from stakeholders of sports development as well as study findings.

He also said that the ministry believed that the involvement of other agencies, including the private sector and non-governmental bodies, was crucial, specifically in identifying talent and being a partner and sponsor in sports development.

He said local authorities which managed sport venues and facilities could play their part to allow the public, especially students, to fully utilise their facilities to make the sports master plan a success while parents could play a critical role by giving support to their children for junior sports development.

-- BERNAMA February 01, 2010 17:17 PM
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Sarawak kuasa sukan negara 2020

KUCHING 1 Feb. - Sarawak berhasrat untuk menjadi kuasa sukan negara menjelang 2020, kata Menteri Pembangunan Sosial dan Urbanisasi negeri, Datuk Seri William Mawan Ikom.

Beliau berkata, rancangan 10 tahun itu akan dicapai menerusi pelaksanaan Kajian Pelan Induk Pembangunan Sukan Sarawak 2020 yang dimulakan pada Januari lalu.

Menurutnya, ketika ini, kajian pelan induk itu dilaksanakan oleh Australian Business Centre (ABC) yang terkenal dalam kajian pembangunan sukan di peringkat antarabangsa.

"Secara keseluruhan, kajian itu akan merumuskan satu pelan pembangunan sukan bagi jangka panjang yang komprehensif dan strategik untuk Sarawak.

"Dan tempoh kajian pelan itu akan memakan masa selama lapan bulan sebelum laporan tersebut dihantar kepada kementerian untuk diteliti," katanya di sini hari ini.

Beliau berkata demikian kepada pemberita selepas merasmikan Forum Kajian Pelan Induk Pembangunan Sukan Sarawak 2020 di sini.

Turut hadir, Menteri Muda Sukan, Datuk Lee Kim Shin dan Menteri Muda di Pejabat Ketua Menteri (Perancangan Ekonomi) Larry Sng Wei Shien.

Pada masa yang sama, Mawan memberitahu, Sarawak akan melihat kemungkinan bagi mewujudkan sekolah sukan di negeri ini sebagaimana Sekolah Sukan Bukit Jalil dan Sekolah Sukan Bandar Penawar di Johor.

Ujarnya, kejayaan kedua sekolah berkenaan membuktikan sekolah sukan mampu melahirkan atlet-atlet sukan yang berwibawa.

"Dan berdasarkan kepada komitmen yang kita ada ketika ini kita akan melihat kepada kemungkinan mewujudkan sekolah berkenaan," jelas beliau.

Sementara itu, Mawan berkata, persiapan Sarawak untuk menghadapi Sukan Malaysia (Sukma) XIII di Melaka dari 10 hingga 19 Jun ini merupakan landasan terbaik mencungkil bakat-bakat baru.

Tambahnya, masih terlalu awal untuk meramalkan jumlah sasaran pingat namun beberapa sukan seperti akuatik dan olahraga berpotensi untuk menyumbang emas.
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Sports science cannot be ignored
A vital ingredient for sports development in Sarawak

KUCHING:Sports science is a key ingredient for sports development in the state.
It would greatly benefit both junior and elite programmes alike, according to Jim Ferguson, a senior consultant from Australia for Sarawak’s Sports Development Master Plan Study to the year 2020.
He said although the public might have heard of sports science, they might not know what it really was.
“So it’s our duty to let them know the basics to help them gain more sports knowledge.”
Ferguson said a sports science approach would not only be of immense help to athletes in pursuing excellence in their disciplines but the subject could also be taught as an additional syllabus in schools and colleges.
According to him, his first task was to look into the present system — its strengths and weaknesses — and make recommendations for further improvement.
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SHARING OF EXPERTISE:
Ferguson speaks at the launching of the Sports Development Master Plan for Sarawak to the year 2020.

He explained that sound sports theories and practices would serve a vital development link between junior and elite levels and could also be used to monitor the performance of athletes from beginner’s to advanced stage.
Putting into practice sports theories imparted by the experts would help athletes appreciate the importance of proper dieting, time management, performance evaluation and counselling (mental training), he said.
“There are lots of things to learn from this discipline and it’s important to instill the values of sports science in our athletes at a very young age so that they will get to it better when they grow up.”
According to Ferguson, sports science was presently only taught at the tertiary level and still alien to primary and secondary schools.
To change this, he suggested introducing the subject to the schools, hoping that the education and sports authorities in the country would look into the matter.
Ferguson, a graduate of Sydney University, has held numerous posts relating to sports development in his country.
He was executive director of the Australian Sports Commission — a position he held for 11 years — until 2001. The Commission is responsible for the development of all sports — from junior and community through to elite levels.
He was also head of the Tourism and Sports Division at the Australian Department of Arts, Sports, Environment and Tourism (1986-90), and instrumental in amalgamating the various sports bodies in Australia, and creating the new Australian Sports Commission, which is responsible for sports development in Down Under.
Ferguson has overseen sports development programmes in a number of countries, including New Zealand, South Africa, Thailand, the Philippines, Maldives and the Pacific countries.
For many years, he has been actively involved in rugby as a player, coach and referee.
He has also been the president of the ACT Rugby Union and operator of the Brumbies, Australia’s most successful rugby team.

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Sports school plan very much alive
State government not sitting back and doing nothing, will study proposal thoroughly before taking next step

KUCHING: The proposal to build sports schools based on the Bukit Jalil and Bandar Penawar concept may not materialise any time soon but the state government is not sitting back and doing nothing about it either.

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AS EASY AS ABC: Mawan strikes the gong to launch the Sports Development Master Plan Study. He is accompanied by (from third left) Sng, Lee, Soedirman, Ferguson and Chan.

Social Development and Urbanisation Minister Dato Sri William Mawan Ikom assured that there would be a thorough relook at the proposal before any decision was made.
“We will review the performances of all the sports. If they warrant the building of sports schools, then the state government will take the appropriate action.
“Of course, if there is proof that a particular sport in the state can produce Olympians, we’ll certainly take a note of it.
“In fact, a few of our athletes are products of the training systems in these sports schools,” he told reporters after launching the Sports Development Master Plan Study for Sarawak to the year 2020 here yesterday.
He noted that so far, sports participation in the state had been tremendous and the progress in sports development would be continued, and geared, this year in particular, towards Sukma XIII in Melaka.
He also disclosed that exchanging programmes with overseas consultants on sports development was being introduced to ensure effective long-term development of sports in the state.
“Towards this end, all the sports associations will help monitor the performance and progress of the athletes. It’s all about developing a conducive sports environment covering junior sports, mass sports, elite sports as well as the athletes, coaches, umpires, officials, administrators, facilities and technology.”
Earlier, Mawan said there was an important need to put in place a regime like Sports Development Master Plan Study in Sarawak.
He pointed out that such a programme would definitely be one of the big contributions to help the state become a sports powerhouse in the region by 2020.
At this juncture, he revealed that for the continuity and progress of sports development in the state, the state government had appointed Australian Business Centre (ABC) as the main consultants to draw up a long-term (2010-20) development strategy.
“It will also incorporate suitable action plans with achievable targets for immediate implementation,” he added.
According him, the Master Plan project would include the identification of the strengths and the weaknesses of high performance sports in Sarawak.
“The plan will provide the standard guideline for maintenance, management, promotion and marketing of all existing stadiums and sports facilities in the state, and include greater grass-roots participation, especially among schoolchildren.”
Mawan was informed that over 40 local sports associations had responded promptly to the initial comprehensive survey questionnaire from the ABC team to audit the current sports situation in Sarawak.
He hoped that sports development would not come solely under the ministry or the state government but would instead be a collective responsibility of everyone wishing to see such development taken to the highest level in Sarawak.
“In this joint effort, all sports associations, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), coaches, administrators, teachers and sponsors are key stakeholders,” Mawan said.
Among those present were Assistant Minister of Sports Datuk Lee Khim Shin, Assistant Minister of Youth Affairs and Training of Youths Larry Sng, Permanent Secretary to the Social Development and Urbanisation Ministry, Soedirman Aini, senior consultant Jim Ferguson and director of ABC, Rodger Chan.

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I Want To Give Back The ‘Magical Moments’: Vest

KUCHING: Sarawak’s former legendary coach Alan Vest is back but this time he wanted to give back the “magical moments” he enjoyed in Sarawak for almost a decade.
Here on a second visit the invitation of the State Ministry to run a course for teachers in Kuching and Miri from Feb 10-13, Vest said he felt obliged to come back as the current football in the State is in a sad state. Also the greatest pull was that he had fond memories of Sarawak - having worked here from 1991 to 1998 where he brought Sarawak to the pinnacle of success - winning the League title in 1997.
“All I’m interested is if I can give anything back after some magical moments here I will try to give in anyway I can.
“In fact it would be time to move on after my stint here for when I was here, I was offered the Singapore national team job in 1993, the coaching development job of Australia, New Zealand also was interested in my services in 1995 or 1996.
“Even Selangor made overtures three times for three times the money I get in Sarawak but really for those magical moments, I honestly want to give back if there is anything I can do to help.
“On the five-year development project, whether it will work out or not, I think it would be beneficial to the coaches to get the chance to be involved in it. Urging everyone to give the Development project a chance, he said the move by the Government to aid development should be beneficial for Sarawak which been languishing in the football wilderness for a long time.
“It’s sad during my time Sarawak football for 12 years were at the top of the league and now they had slid to the bottom. “There is no ulterior motive for me to be here for I like the place,” said Vest.
On his visit, the semi-retired Englishman coach now residing in Perth, Australia, said he had plenty of jobs helping out the State team in Perth and also doing a radio job.
He said he did a good programme here earlier last year where he had an intensive course with school coaches in Miri. “I try to concentrate on the specifics of the game and you must monitor on this programme which is a five-year programme. It’s about watching the player and anybody got to watch and monitor the progress of those programme and it is also down to discipline.
“I think Lucas (Kallang) is one of the most qualified for the job and should be given the chance to see through the programme,” said Vest.
As a parting shot, Vest said whether it is a success or not, the most important aspect of it is to monitor its progress to make sure it works.

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