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2011 Chinese Taipei Open GP Gold - Semi-Finals Saturday 10-Sep

Discussion in 'Chinese Taipei GP Gold / China Masters 2011' started by chris-ccc, Sep 9, 2011.

  1. etudiant

    etudiant Regular Member

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    They both just very hungry to grab the title...............:D:p:rolleyes:
     
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    Some were once hailing at Hayom, while looked down on Tommy.Tommy left Pelatnas and Hayom is in Pelatnas.Now, Tommy is consistently progressing.And I am also glad to the coming back of SDK.Hopefully Hayom can find solution also.
     
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    Well done Tommy! And Well come back Sony! :D
     
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    Well, the answer is obvious, isn't it ? Get the he** out of Pelatnas....:cool:
     
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    As usual Fran/Pia wasted 4 GP.............They never learn...............
     
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    As said by sooooo many peoples, Hayom and Febe achievements are going downhill since joined pelatnas. Perhaps they will feel a hard pressure and burden as a pelatnas players. I suggest them to find own sponsor and play as profesional players. Just like what Tommy did, having good progress after leave pelatnas.
     
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    Frans/Pia just lost the 1st game after has a big lead 20-16... what a shame...!!
     
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    That's why they lost to tpe pair in WC, wasting big lead.
     
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    ko & eom can revenge tomorrow for lee & ha behalf. kkkk
     
  10. etudiant

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    Not a chance.........AT/LN will crush them ;)
     
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    dont be too serious. im just dreaming ;)
     
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    LOL..........................................:p
     
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    BWF must do something abt these unprofessional umpire........

    They can't just type whatever they like in TS unless they literally dont know what type of shots in badminton or they just dont know how to operate these TS machine.....
     
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    wow ms young guns out gunning the old guns... ;)
     
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    MAS pair lost. Sad
     
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    SDK & TS really fought it out. No match fixing unlike some countries or Country (errrr can't remember).
     
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    I was one of those who think Hayom was better and more promising than Tommy. Tommy, like Nadya and a few others have shown that being out of pelatnas can still give better result than in the pelatnas.

    I think this is probably the first time Tommy beat Sony.

    Another solution, disband pelatnas after Olympic 2012 and let the clubs have bigger sponsorship money and train the players.

    PBSI role should be in organising tournament only. And maybe centralised training only for team event such TC/UC, Sudirman Cup, Suhandinata cup.
     
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    i agree with you. it's for the greater good. but........as PBSI relies its funding heavily on a single sponsor, disbanding pelatnas = no more big money from yy = no money for pbsi = no money for committee members = i dont think they would do so. you know what i mean. conflict of interest.;)
     

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