Monday, February 26, 2007


Bricks might have been ordered, but loads of money have been buried, that is.

The latest on the 'ghost sports centre':

RM800,000 spent, but no sign of sports centre works
R. Nadeswaran and Terence Fernandez

KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 26, 2007): Not a blade of grass has been cut, nor a single pile driven for the proposed Malaysian High Performance Sports Training Centre in Brickendonbury in Hertfordshire, UK, but almost RM1 million of public funds has already been spent.

On top of that, the supposed plan for the national under-16 football team to train at the Arsenal Football Club may not materialise.

The bulk of the money has been paid to St. Albans-based architect and town planner, David Lane Associates, which has sent two invoices -- one for RM350,000 and another for RM450,000 -- for "work done" to apparently transform part of the Tun Abdul Razak Research Centre (TARRC) into a mini-sports complex.

Repeat after me, the Bo_ _hland philoshopy:

Aksyen mesti mau, umum dulu, nanti malu tak apa!

More from Hertfordshire Mercury, whom Citizen Nades and Terence have been communicating closely with them:

Also, who is the one 'so obsessed with spending millions of our money'?

And the deafening silence from The Heartbroken Sleeper...

The time is nigh for that guy.

More on the Brickendonbury controversy in this blog here.

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