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Discussion in 'Malaysia Professional Players' started by limsy, Mar 17, 2010.

  1. limsy

    limsy Regular Member

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    this is nothing new and it was speculated;)
    just like the tkh issue;)
     
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    Yup, but sure will have people dont know ;);)
    Before this suspension news, The Berita Harian reporter even wrote open letter to BAM President in his editorial about goings on in BAM
     
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    I assume the money comes because of LCW's win as well? :)
     
  5. limsy

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    when result was produced
    politician start to come in and try to share the cake
    if the result is sucks
    they wont even border;)
     
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    Are you implying that what Ganga Rao did is acceptable ...?
     
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    u can elaborate anything from i said
    but
    if u do read my previous post
    i hate them
    i hate those politician
    :mad:
    get it?:mad:
    because of the system,we are lagging behind and thankfully,we can still have some result:mad:
     
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    My question is simple .... and you respond to it just like a politician :D :D :D (Not answering the question at all hahahahaha)
     
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    Haha Hitman. Limsy does not like the way TKH's hiring was handled. To me, it smelled of too much politics.

    Of course, BAM President also being Proton CEO/CHairman, wouldnt like to see Proton logo sidelined to the sleeve.

    Today's news Ganga said he didnt hear anything about suspension, so does the Deputy President of BAM. As with Hafiz case, the malay newspaper feature more of these sensational stories. :p
     
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    Careful, careful :p

    But I agree. BAM needs change, although I don't forsee it coming for like forever.
     
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    Nadzmi: Ganga not suspended

    By K.M. Boopathy

    2010/03/20

    BA of Malaysia (BAM) president Datuk Nadzmi Salleh has denied speculation that P. Ganga Rao has been suspended as the association's secretary.

    However, Nadzmi said any changes in the association's set-up will only be made after the Thomas Cup Finals in May.

    Nadzmi said Ganga remains BAM secretary and has been asked to focus on preparations for the Thomas Cup Finals.

    "There is no suspension and we want Ganga to focus on the preparations for the Thomas Cup. He is still the BAM secretary and there is no change in that," said Nadzmi when contacted by telephone yesterday.

    He was at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport as he will be in Germany for a month for medical treatment.

    "Any internal changes will only be made after the Thomas Cup Finals. We all want to focus on the Thomas Cup and as of now, there will not be any changes."

    Nadzmi confirmed he met Ganga yesterday but didn't elaborate on what transpired during the meeting.

    However, Ganga said he had two meetings with Nadzmi yesterday, stating that the latter denied the suspension.

    "The president denied that he suspended me and there is no official letter. Since it was speculation, he said it is not necessary for him to make an official clarification," said Ganga.

    "Our discussion was on the Thomas Cup and he has also asked me to assist the deputy president Tengku Kamal Ismail (Tengku Idris Shah) in preparations during his absence.

    "I didn't feel it (the suspension) happened as the executive council members would have come to know if there was such a decision. It has also nothing to do with the (ING) sponsorship.

    "In fact, I decided to slow down in December. If there is a suitable candidate to replace me, I'm willing to make way."

    http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/NST/articles/43murugangas-2/Article/art_print

    Now they say, no suspension. Politics, as usual

     
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    What is the back ground of this Ganga Rao........so strong meh...??
     
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    Every endorsement or major sponsorship deals there is a kickback in it. Thats why Nazmi was not happy over the ING Issue.
     
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    That may be the general perception but is that always true? This is a very serious accusation against all the BAM sponsors and their "champions" who were instrumental in securing such sponsorships. I would advise everyone to be a little more circumspect to avoid possible legal liability. No one is guilty until proven in a court of law.
     
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    getting ING in as sponsor is way back.... like early this year.
    questions are;
    1) why only now making hoo-haa about it?
    2) president dont know about it? already months, where is he?
    3) is the vice president still sleeping?
    4) are the committees still day dreaming?
    5) is BAM hiring a bunch of sleepers?
    :confused:
     
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    sorry
    quote from some big figure in bc
    bam never think;)
    in other word,they never use their brain
    but sorry,this is not my word but i agree:D
     
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    Wow, he must have a very good medical insurance policy....:eek:
     
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    Badminton: Raise the game
    2010/03/19

    W.M. RAMLI, Ulu Klang
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    CONGRATULATIONS to Datuk Lee Chong Wei for winning the men's singles title of the centennial edition of the All England. Thanks, too, to Datuk Misbun Sidek for guiding his protégé to win the coveted title. You not only make the nation proud but saved the blushes of the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) for the under-achievements all these years.

    Poor performance by players from BAM stable at the recent All England is a cause for concern.

    The reason may be due to the recent "hoo-haa" created by BAM.

    That "feel-good feeling" to win matches deserted the players and they did nothing right on the court but to earn the early exits.

    In contrast, the double's pairs of Chong Tan Fook-Lee Wan Wah and Gan Teik Chai-Tan Bin Shen, despite playing without coaches, performed creditably to reach the quarter-finals.

    They enjoyed their games while remaining focused. This is a crucial year for BAM with major tournaments to contend with.

    Next in line are the Thomas Cup and Uber Cup championships (May 9-16) followed by the World Championships (Aug 23-29), the Commonwealth Games (Oct 3-14) and the Asian Games (Nov 13-21).

    If BAM hopes for success not only in the Thomas Cup/Uber Cup but also other tournaments that can act as a build-up to winning the gold medal at the London 2012 Olympic, it must stop blaming the players and coaches for shortcomings.

    Their failures are that of BAM, too.

    BAM needs to normalise the situation.

    First, create a cordial coaches-players-BAM relationship, thereby creating a conducive training environment.

    Second, appoint a local ex-international as director of coaching while roping in a few badminton brains -- people who talk and think on the same wavelength as the players and coaches to understand their problems and needs -- to sit on BAM's coaching and training committee.

    The most appropriate time for BAM to evaluate its performance will be at the end of the year, after the conclusion of the Asian Games. This will be the time for BAM to execute its plan, to trim the squad and terminate the contracts of non-performing coaches.

    "Passengers" in BAM itself must do the honourable thing, all for the good of badminton.
     
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    The chairman of BAM is the current chairman of Proton Holdings, which owns the national car company Proton as well as the Lotus car company (a famous racing car maker based in the UK). Full health coverage is one of the many free perks top CEOs are given.
     
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    You have nothing to worry if you met your KPI.:rolleyes:
    Now it comes to him.:D
     

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