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Bam - please fire misbun and rashid sidek

Discussion in 'Malaysia Professional Players' started by Dato A, Nov 15, 2010.

  1. Blurry D

    Blurry D Regular Member

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    I vote that you LIMSY should coach the BJSS team. Project 2011 - 2014.............
     
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    where are the super fans and the England lad to defend the back-up? waiting for their contributions....
     
  3. Dato A

    Dato A Regular Member

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    We are talking about capability. What use experiences while he cant deliver ?

    Get lost if you are not capable.
     
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    Get lost if you are not capable

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    Currently MAS depends so much on LCW and KKK/TBH to deliver. Other MAS players need to pick up their standard to help when LCW and KKK/TBH fail to deliver.

    Are we saying that MAS coaches should be fired whenever LCW and KKK/TBH fail to deliver, or whenever other MAS players also fail? :confused::confused::confused:
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  5. undeadshot

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    MS is a lost hope... I don't see how Malaysia can recover from this problem, sorry. Especially when players can live under LCW's protection for at least another 2 years and be lazy...

    At least be like our MD backups, more hardworking...
     
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    There's no need to provoke me this way, daniel. Afterall, I know that you(or should I say you guys) were not ''sincerely'' looking for my opinion(s). You guys have probably been making fun or laughing at me among your group all this while and probably were just seeking for another fresh topic to laugh at. Well, can't say I did not see this coming. For a group of people who show absolutely no respect to their respective national players who train hard to fight for their country, do I expect them to value my opinion, as a foreigner who has absolutely no link with them? From all those sarcastic posts that you guys have posted across the forum, I would have been naive to think that I am needed here.

    Thank you very much but I think I will pass on your 'kind' offer to contribute in this thread, for I know my opinions will not be liked by many and I doubt discussing this in an online forum will help MAS badminton in anyway. For the sake of not starting an unconstructive argument, I chose to keep my mouth shut. Ultimately, MAS affair has nothing to do with me and I gain nothing by committing in such discussion. I would rather spend my time in places where my effort is appreciated.

    Meanwhile, I wish you guys success in finding a solution to improve MAS badminton.

    All the best.
     
  7. george@chongwei

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    got so worse or not???? lost to fiji??:rolleyes:
    i wonder what will happen if rashid see this..:Dlol
     
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    I hope to read more constructive threads for MAS teams/players in the near future

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    Agree with you lcleing.

    Me too. I am surprised that many Malaysian BCers are here to criticise their National team. Not many posts are of constructive nature.

    I may also leave such thread. No need to read negative comments any more.

    I hope to read more constructive threads for MAS teams/players in the near future.
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  9. limsy

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    hmm
    rashid spend 3 years on project 2010-2012 but no one from ms come out
    if he go to bjss
    i cant imagine how the worse it will become
    he is good in politic,not coaching
     
  10. Blurry D

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    Sure no one come out la. project also havent end...2012 wor just started this year...

    i dont think he will go to BJSS la, too old already....

    Who is "the worse"

    He should be replace a number of politicians
     
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    read this thread
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?50668-Malaysian-Juniors-2008
    in the 1st post which made on 2007 already mentioned about project 2010-2012
    rashid spend 3 years as the chief from 2007-2009 for this project
     
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  12. shooting stroke

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    Yes, li mao indeed was an extraordinary coach. It will definitely be a different story if he still remain with BAM.
     
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    but rashid refuse to give li mao any player under his project
    that's why li mao leave
    how can not be harsh to rashid?
    when he playing politic well in bam and to the press but do nothing about coaching
    he is a coach,what he should do is coaching,but he didnt
     
  14. shooting stroke

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    Relax there mate....no point to raise past issue. Rashid refusal or even if the Malaysia government also didn't want li mao to remain in BAM, as mortal humans, we can only just give our personal opinions. Its the future that is more important for BAM.

    In my opinion, any defeat, regardless who is the player, neither the coach, head coach, a group of coach or the player, shouldn't solely be held responsible. It is the whole BAM that should be blame.
     
  15. limsy

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    if no point of raising past issue
    the no need blame the whole bam also lah
    past issue liao
    why blame?
    weird theory
     
  16. shooting stroke

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    This is not a theory limsy, its a fact. The fact is, what are the benefit for raising the past issue between li Mao and rashid in referring to Malaysia defeat to Thailand while, it is more logical to discuss the recent scenario in hand and how to solve it.

    Indeed after the demoralizing defeat to Thailand a few days ago, a lot of people get frustrated and demands explanation and every soul from the BAM leadership to the coaching setup to the players themselves must carry that burden. Whatever rashid influences in regards to Li Mao departure in the past, has nothing to do with what happen a few days ago.
     
  17. Dato A

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    If the future is more important, Rashid Sidek should be fired and left BAM.

    When you are under-performed, your boss will certainly sacked you. Imagine how many years Rashid incharge of youth talents and come out with nothing.
     
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    If like this, if Rashid were a government civil servant, i would advice him to give a 24 hr resignation letter and pay 1 month salary. Better to resign rather to be sack brother Rashid:D:D:D
     
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    I agree. We should sack Rashid.
     
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    Looks like time is up for our old friend. ;)
     

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