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Bam - please fire misbun and rashid sidek

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

  1. eninakluz

    eninakluz Regular Member

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    thanks pbmmalaysia
     
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    at this moment the only player that can challenge ld is lcw ? Why dun have any other young players from BAM? WHat happen to them? think about it...

    In near future even the CHinese players will beat lcw, how abt mas young players? What is wrong to them?

    Don`t be too comfortable now as in future malaysia badminton team may become another football team, don`t be surprise if no drastic action taken now to polish our players.. Malaysia Boleh as usual

     
  3. eninakluz

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    i think we must change our strategi to develope our youngster, we must teach them to expert the skills,technique, basic like grip racket, hit the sweetspot,and many more, because i saw in malaysia the coach for young trainer train more to fitness and stamina, that why we can hear their name can go only win the "remaja dunia" after that where are they, just think if you can see are the china young player always win the "remaja dunia" ?, but why they can go far, not like our young player just have fitness and stamina, but not skills and technique
     
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    Its not because of they don't expertise themselves all the techniques or skills or the fitness etc. They already have all of those cores or otherwise they would not become a national player at the first place. They can have all the great coaches to train them, but then, if they themselves don't have the strong mentality and the determination to continuously improve, even if Datuk LCW and LD joint forces to become future BAM singles coaches also will be useless.
     
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    I think Misbun is doing a great job with Chong Wei.. Chong Wei has been playing very well just that we all need to accept that there is this legend called Lin Dan who is still playing.. Lin Dan is the world's best and we cant blame Chong Wei or even Misbun if Lin Dan has more talent than Chong Wei. In my opinion those things you just cant really improve.. Its like Federer, when he was World No. 1, no one could beat him until a couple of years back.. I think Chong Wei is a great player just that Lin Dan is a greater player than him..

    On a seperate note, do we have ppl to replace Chong Wei? I dont think so.. that is worrying to me as I dont see who will be M'sia's next generation world no. 1. Lin Dan has openly said that he will retire 2 years from now during his interview at the Asia Games. However China has 2 players already who are in the top 10 of the world rankings.
     
  6. pBmMalaysia

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    yes, we don't have the junior to challenge ld yet

    probably they are not ready just like other countries,

    indonesia, korea, japan, england, denmark ...... you just name it,

    there is none that i know of.lol

    so i am not the only one not to be comfortable.

    again lol.
     
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    actually psh can do it, but he's like the king of mistakes. Fitness is definitely not an issue. I pity LM, must be damn frustrated. ;)
     
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    Park is no youngester la, he's only 1 year younger than Lin Dan.
    He started playing 6 years ago too
     
  9. pBmMalaysia

    pBmMalaysia Regular Member

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    ya, for psh take away the mistakes and some good attack

    but must come back in time

    otherwise miss the lin dan train lol
     
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    Very true!

    My point exactly!:D:D ;)
     
  11. eninakluz

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    i was pointed to small club that doing coaching and training, not a national youngster player
     
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    Hahaha, this Era.:D Misbun is LCW's 2nd coach if I not mistaken. 1st of course was senior Mr Teh in Penang. Misbun trained LCW when he was a raw talent at 17, but many people forgot that part. They thought Misbun only took over after Li Mao left in 2007. LCW went from Mibun to LM in 2005 & back again
     
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    do you know if you training with misbun you will be a good player, just follow what he say, you will go far, misbun training was not easy, even army cannot do it,when misbun at nusa mahsuri who dare to train with him, datuk lee was a discipline player he follow all what misbun say, now he was number 1, because he want to be no 1, look at hafiz they said hafiz not discipline, training on off on off, that why he goes down
     
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    hehehe... I know about Mr Teh too, kak eagle :D ... grateful to him too for spotting a good talent ... if I'm not mistaken, LCW himself asked to go back to his former coach aka Misbun... these prejudice people sometime seems to know a lot but most of the time like to play ignorant, thus go do this empty barking *shrug*... don't know what they want actually...:rolleyes:

    I smiled when I watched LCW said, when he first came in, people said Misbun is crazy but he just took the challenge and trained with his sifu... Misbun believes in LCW as much as LCW believes in him... a relationship like that I don't think narrow minded people will ever understand... just what i think la... cos if they did understand, they will appreciate more than just critic here and there... pity them... *sigh*
     
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    Dear Era,

    Try look at a bigger picture. Not just focus on DLCW only.
     
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    Dear Dato A,

    I'm looking right into that bigger picture of yours... I even handed in my simplest explanation but you just didn't get it... what else can I do? *sigh* ... perhaps my english is getting poorer these days *shrug* I gave my kesimpulan already on the matter above, so you can move your attention to others now... bye bye...

    Sincerely,

    eRa
     
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  17. pBmMalaysia

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    sometime we agree sometime we don't

    since you agree to disagree with dato a on this, thats a gentleman.

    same as me, i also disgree with him on this thread

    but other thread i enjoy discussion/debate with him.
     
  18. chris-ccc

    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    Perhaps, I shall leave this thread too

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    Me too. Perhaps, I shall leave this thread too.

    Today I have found another thread, a more positive thread. It is located at;
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?91889-Malaysian-Players-Are-Ranked-World-No.1!

    There I have made a comment;
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  19. pBmMalaysia

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    no, not neccessary we have to leave this thread,

    we just don't go have a head to head debate/discussion with the thread starter

    since we already know from the start we have different views on this particular thread.

    no one can say the thread starter, dato a is wrong, he has his views and we have ours.

    anyway, thanks for the link and i think baddy is not professional sports in australia yet.

    maybe i should migrate to australia lol

    it will be easier there as compare to malaysia, its all about winning to survive here,

    so are the noises coming from majority of bc members and fans..lol
     
  20. eRa@에라

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    Yes pBmM'sia, sometimes I do appreciate Dato' A's opinion/argument and understand his perspective... but not in cases such as this ;) I do hope he continues the positive debating... :)

    chris, that thread is a good one... thanks to the thread starter...:D:D
     
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