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2016 Badminton ASIA Championships : SEMIFINALS (30th April)

Discussion in 'Continental Championships 2016' started by CLELY, Apr 29, 2016.

  1. indrg

    indrg Regular Member

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    It is a clever word play to disguise
     
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    Is LCW not disrespectful toward anyone? o_O
     
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    Thanks for the info. Anyway he could have given a WO if he is injured. Anyway, everyone is happy to see both players played in the semifinal showdown.
     
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    A win is a win. Do you have to lose one to show sportsmanship? LCW is hungry for an edge before OLY. LD knows it, CL knows it, the entire CHN coaching staff are nervous and will analyze LCW every play after this tournament. We will see a Final showdown tomorrow and who has the upper edge: LCW or CL.
     
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    Yes we can't blame LD. LD can do whatever he wants even to lose to LCW. it is his prerogative. LCW deserves the win as he wants this more than LD.
     
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    Thank you for reading LD's mind and interpreting it to all of us, mere mortals.
     
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    So Rashid is a very very bad coach?
     
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    Good one Bro
     
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    shih.... be careful... this is not considered as an excuse....
     
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    the endless war... every fan will consider those on their own idol are reasons, those on other players are excuses... but don't tell me one thing or other is the truth...

    i don't see LD and his fans are saints and perfect, neither LCW & his fans...
     
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    He thinks he is Gabriel.
     
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    I don't see many Malaysian fans of LCW anymore. Compared to last time.

    I notice lots of Indian fans nowadays.

    Sent from my supercomputer using Tapatalk
     
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    Could someone guide me where I could find the longest badminton match video? This was the womens doubles semis, Yanao & Fukuman versus Polii & Maheswari, 2016 Asian Championships.
     
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