How to fix sports problems

Manpho, who owns a sports consultancy and has a sports consulting company, is the president of the Association of Sports Consultants of India (ASCI).

The association, which represents more than 200 sports organisations, says it has already helped nearly 100 sports organisations with problems such as injury, safety, governance and governance issues.

The association has been working on these issues for over two decades.

It was founded in the early 1990s.

In 2001, Manphowo, now a partner in sports consultancy firm Wajahat, founded the Sports Foundation to further the goals of the association.

It is a not-for-profit organisation that supports sports bodies, including national associations.

It is an international organisation, with offices in Singapore, New York, London and Berlin, as well as India.

In an exclusive interview with The Times, Manthowo said that there are still issues with many sports organisations and that there is still a need for the government to take a more active role in ensuring that they are running smoothly.

“We are still at the infancy of sports governance.

There are still many things that need to be fixed,” he said.

“We are not a single-issue organisation but we are a group of more than 20 sports associations across the country.”

“We need to have a clear and consistent vision for the sport and it is the governance of the sport that is key,” he added.

“Sports governance is a holistic process that is going to change.

The sports bodies need to focus on governance as much as on building a strong sports infrastructure.”

For the first time, Manphewo said the association has decided to take part in the World Sports Forum (WSF) that is being held in Singapore this year.

“It will help us build a stronger and better governance for the future,” he told The Times.

However, the WSF has also come under fire from the government.

On the eve of the event, the government banned some athletes from participating in the forum because of their role in the deaths of athletes.

“There are people who think that we should not invite these athletes to participate because of the way they have treated us,” Manphoo said.

The government has also barred athletes from attending the World Cup in 2020 in France.

The event will take place in a different venue, so athletes who will be invited will have to move to the host city.

As for what the government has to do to tackle the issues, Manstowo suggested that it should be proactive in the sense that it could bring sports bodies into the fold.

“When you have the government supporting the sporting bodies, it creates a much better environment for sports governance,” he explained.