Though the legality of the Technical Committee of the Malaysian Hockey League is questionable, it did not stop them from coming down hard on the players involved in the fracas after the match between KL Hockey Club and Yayasan Negeri Sembilan at the KLHA Stadium last Sunday.
Bukit Jalil Sports School will field a depleted side in their match against Malacca Municipal Council, all because of a moment of madness by six of their players last month.
There is no logic as to why MHF refuse to change the fixtures of the Malaysian Hockey League save for the fact that it was raised by this website and agreed by the President of the MHF at a press conference on December 13.
The usual suspects are up there in the top of the standings of the Malaysian Hockey League after the end of week two of the competition. But it has not been plain sailing thus far for the big guns as several shock results has seen the likes of UniKL-TRC and Nur Insafi move out of their normal basement positions to keep in touch with the leaders.