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The Terengganu-based club have planned a new initiative named 'Titans Give Back' to foster closer relations with the community.

By Khalis Rifhan
khalis.rifhan@goal.com
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Despite having a hectic training schedule as they prepare for the upcoming 2013 Malaysian Super League season, Terengganu-based T-Team will be taking time off and giving back to society in a new project to be known as ‘Titans Give Back’. 

The Titans, as they are fondly known to their loyal supporters, will be launching a community program that will involve all its coaching staff, players and team officials.

Part of the plans for this new initiative includes a visit to a local neighborhood school to help create awareness of football, nutritious eating habits and fitness programmes for the students. 

The team will also be visiting an orphanage, an old folks' home and a special-needs centre for kids in the coming months as part of their ongoing efforts to engage the community and give back to the residents in Terengganu.

To kick-start their new initiative, the Titans, including coach Peter Butler and the players, will be visiting Seberang Takir National Secondary School on January 3 at 3pm, as announced via its social media outlet.

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