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Despite High Air Pollutant Index Levels, Malaysia Games Scheduled To Proceed
Published June 26, 2013
CARDIFF CITY CANCELS: The London GUARDIAN reported Premier League side Cardiff City has called off its promotional tour of Malaysia due to "poor air quality" in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Cardiff City Manager Malky Mackay "had been due to fly out" with assistant David Kerslake, players Craig Bellamy and Mark Hudson, and other members of the club for what it called a "trip that included 1 Malaysia Cardiff City grassroots coaching initiatives, schools and meeting with the Malaysian press" (GUARDIAN, 6/25).