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Discussion in 'Indonesia Professional Players' started by kidosetiawan, May 15, 2007.
I don't even know who is the head of PBSI. I hope Indonesia Badminton bounce back
Why judge Pia is childish directly? In fact, we did not know much what happen to Pia and PBSI that time..
maybe because she doing it again. Do you remember when she want resign pelatnas but then made the brothers went out to? In this case, I think she too fast make decisions resign, just wait result seleknas.Maybe, she will get pair from there.But, good luck for pia. Ganbate Wondering if she will be back to single department.
Pia wanted resign before? Unfortunately, I did know that..
IMHO, so many thing (problems) we did know clearly between Pia condition under PBSI so I think we must appreaciate her decision. And like Hauge said (in post #2337 and post 2347 ) no partner for Pia now, I think it's realistic reason for Pia resign..
Yup when kido still in pelatnas, I can't remember what happend but maybe contract value. Pia still in single department that time. Maybe, if case like eng hian or luluk. I blame PBSI, they wait for few month to get new pair. But PBSI like ignored them.Finally, eng hian resign and said with disappointed, who I am?? I am just get bronze medal. "Siapa si saya mas?? Saya cuma peraih medali perunggu kok". And somehow that's hurt me too. I think he shouldn't go back in Indonesia, stayed in England and get appreciated in there. sigh.No offense for PBSI. Maybe now PBSi get better like their website hehe
yup, wonder why she should resign from pelatnas
even worse if she quit PBSI, will she get any good partner to pair with her outside pelatnas? But perhaps Kido/Pia? haha
Pia's resignation has nothing to do with PBSI.After Japan Open...Pia told Richard that she and Frans are not a solid pair anymore basically blaming on communication...as per her request, Richard pair Frans and Shendy as well as Richi/Ricky..so Pia has no partner and Pia actually wanted to play WD but no other partner in that department..thats why she resigned and at the same she was upset about Sea Games ...FYI..sometimes..our players are very demanding to PBSI..it is better to show some results before demanding more...
Kido has asked Pia to partner with Hendra Setiawan but she refused...she wanted to partner with Singaporean player, Chaituy who will resign from Singapore Badminton ( SEA Games is his last yournament with SBA) but so far nothing happens yet and Pia prefers to play WD..still looking for partner
great information master huangkwokhou . Thank you. Just want to know, did she interest to playing in single department again?She doing great in junior, I mean she ever defeat china GS player that time. In AJC, I think.
Yup, thanks a lot for those info, Hauge
Pia and Kido will join their partnership from the beginning of January , starting from Korea Open PSS
koh Rudy, is it true that Jones Ralfy Jansen moves to Germany?
Jones left for germane yesterday."study and play there...actually he is one of nominee for INA MD for pelatnas.....
another talented player left Indonesia , well, all the best for him then.
oh really bad news, so when will pelatnas reveal the players that pass seleknas?
Nope.......you will know by mid January
does he still have a chance to play in Pelatnas ??
wise choice for him....
get educated, and can still play badminton....
His sister, Cisita Joity Jansen. One who won TPI Smash in 2007 WS, already there, CMIIW.
congrats INA men team won the gold medal, and women team got silver medal at SEA Games.
Andrei Adistia/Christopher Rusdianto are now at WR 107, up 76 places thanks to winning the Bahrain IC 2011.
They will compete in the Malaysia IC 2011 next week, and possibly at the India Open GPG & India IC 2011 in December. Winning 1 match in each of these tourney will guarantee their ranking to be in the top 90 by the end of the year.