NSC sues Mesuma

The National Sports Council (NSC) hogs the limelight today.

NSC served a writ of summons to sports apparel company Mesuma Sports Sdn Bhd over the ownership of the national jersey tiger stripe design, as reported in today's Mailsport.

Deputy Sports Minister Gan Ping Sieu said the NSC Act 1971 will undergo several amendments to ensure it remains relevant to the national sports scene, as seen here. Pin Sieu said this during the launch of the YBs Can Jump 3-on-3 basketball tournament at the Maba Stadium yesterday (pic).

Last but surely not least, Foul! would like to extend our condolences to the family of NSC official Harun Osman who passed away after suffering a heart attack in Palembang.

Pic of full Mesuma apparel for the national contingent at the 26th Sea Games in Indonesia.

HD says: RIP Harun.


  1. HD....revamping the NSC must come with the infusion of fresh ideas and officials who are able to work professionally i.e. not bringing personal issues in whilst making professional decisions. The current top management are more interested in showing their authority and promote their own units/divisions.They have been rehashing old ideas into new packages; and the momment they sense that there is a program that they are not in control of; they will with all their resources sabotage and make sure the program fails. In a short they potray the definition of insanity - doing the same thing over and over again but expecting different results!

  2. What a sharp comment by ANON 1:21.. well observed, short and precise.. somehow i think i know ANON 1:21
    my observation: NSC in the limelight too often these days. The sport/athletes always should come first, not NSC.


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