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Is BAM going in the right direction?

Discussion in 'Malaysia Professional Players' started by cobalt, May 22, 2011.

  1. jasonmarc

    jasonmarc Regular Member

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    No body want to come back one la until after OLY maybe la..............just not this critical moment !!
     
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    unless BAM management need to be BERSIH...
     
  3. nokh88

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    Correct. Maybe 1st training session already know but wait until after six months for reasons known to him.
     
  4. limsy

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    but yoo NEVER coach koo/tan
    pang is the one incharge
    lol
     
  5. jasonmarc

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    Ooops,....no one knows BAM issues better than you...................sorry !! :D :D :D
     
  6. nokh88

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    Maybe he saw KKK/TBH's condition/attitude, he "pengsan" (faint) already.
     
  7. limsy

    limsy Regular Member

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    since 2012,
    misbun resign
    wong tat meng resign
    rexy resign
    rosman wanted to transfer to bjss(before rexy resign)
    yoo running away like a running man
    hendrawan for sure wont continue his contract

    what does this tell u?
     
  8. jasonmarc

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    A very unhealthy environment...................!
     
  9. eaglehelang

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    2011 lah

    Pang, then later the CTC asked TKH take over. Yoo got help
     
  10. eaglehelang

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    Actually, from my observation, Yoo was only assisting all the other coaches during the 6 months. Rosman was in charge of rookies(Nelson/Teo & gang), TKH the above 21 yr olds(GVS/LKW, Ah How/TWK,etc), Pang KKK/TBH and a few young pairs(Ow/Chooi, Yew HK/Jadgish). When Rosman was asked to take over WD, I suppose coach Yoo saw his chance.

    As for language prob, well, Yoo had an interpreter when he 1st came, dunno for how long. Then he had English tutor to teach him English. So, between broken English & sign language, dunno how much of the message got thru. Back up players are less important than those for OG, so, give him the youngsters lor, no harm they must have thought. No matter how slim everyone thinks KKK/TBH are for medal, they are the rep for MD.
    But all these would have been known before they hired Yoo, TKH himself cited language problem as the reason for leaving Korea for England(but he stayed 2 years lah). The coach who could speak malay & some English they didnt want, it's BAM's lost.:rolleyes: Players suffer the most.
     
  11. pBmMalaysia

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    So yoo is the tactician / strategist ?
     
  12. cobalt

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    Did you consider that maybe it suited the BAM committee's agenda to turn down the salary increase and allow him to go? If his presence will not guarantee any improvement in performance and better percentage for a medal at the OG, why keep him around when the money could be well spent "elsewhere" ?
     
  13. OneToughBirdie

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    Maybe Yoo understands his role is not to coach given his language barrier and then turn around and ask for too much money, more money than NCC is willing to cough out, to be the 'fall' guy if KKK/TBH got KO in OLY12. Then Yoo-Yoo can take the fall and go back to KOR and not give a hoot to what malaysian thinks, after all money talks. And the rest of the stooges and BATA James can keep their jobs milking the ringgit until there is nothing left to gobble and say bye bye rich.
     
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    as far as i know,pang still in charge koo/tan to date.
     
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    Then why did they hire him for the first place??? :confused::eek:
     
  16. cobalt

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    That's a question I'm sure a lot of people would love to hear the answer to! :D
     
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    Courtesy Of The Star

    By RAJES PAUL

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    OHOR BARU:

    After Open triumphs, Chong Wei and Co start Thomas Cup preparations. There were highs and lows and more coaching blues for the national badminton team in the recently concluded Malaysian Open Grand Prix Gold here.
    The Malaysian players capitalised on the absence of top stars from China, South Korea, Indonesia and Denmark to sweep four of the five titles through Lee Chong Wei, Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong, Chan Peng Soon-Goh Liu Ying and Chin Eei Hui-Wong Pei Tty.
    Malaysia had never won more than three Open titles in an international tournament before.
    [​IMG]

    In limbo: Malaysia’s Chin Eei Hui (left) and Wong Pei Tty won the women’s doubles title in the Malaysian Open Grand Prix Gold but they have to keep their fingers crossed on getting entry into the Olympics by the back door.

    It will be back to the grind immediately for Chong Wei and Kien Keat-Boon Heong as they shift their focus to the Thomas Cup Finals in Wuhan from May 20-27.
    Olympic-bound Peng Soon-Liu Ying are taking a break to re-energise but veteran women’s doubles pair Eei Hui-Pei Tty will continue training hoping for a lucky break.
    They are the first reserves for the Olympics and will know their fate by June 29 if there have been any withdrawals.
    While the seniors did well to live up to expectations, junior pairs Chooi Kah Ming-Ow Yao Han and Nelson Heg Wei Keat-Teo Ee Yi showed plenty of promise.
    The 2009 world junior champions Kah Ming-Yao Han defeated two senior pairs before losing to Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong in the final while reigning world junior champions Wei Keat-Ee Yi gave former internationals Mohd Zakry Abdul Latif-Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari a hard time before bowing out in the last eight.
    According to national doubles chief coach Tan Kim Her, both these pairs are disciplined and committed and have immense potential.
    There were disappointments too, especially with Thomas Cuppers Liew Daren and Hoon Thien How-Tan Wee Kiong. They crashed out to India’s H.S. Prannoy and former internationals Gan Teik Chai-Ong Soon Hock, respectively, and their performances raise questions over their roles in the team.
    The biggest letdown, however, were the women’s singles. Except for Olympic-bound Tee Jing Yi, none cleared their first round hurdles.
    While Thailand unleased another new talent in 16-year-old Busanan Ongbumrungpan, who went on to win her first ever title, Malaysia’s women shuttlers continued to sink further into oblivion.
    Besides finding ways to produce more players like Wong Mew Choo, the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) also have their hands full finding a replacement for doubles coach Yoo Yong-sung of South Korea.
    Yong-sung resigned just a month after the departure of Rexy Mainaky, leaving the men’s doubles in disarray with just two coaches – Kim Her and Cheh Chang – to care for the 22 players.
    If only BAM had an excellent coaching programme they could have promoted one the 13 state coaches. Unfortunately, the states lack quality coaches because the national body have, by and large, neglected them.
    BAM are more focused on their own one-stop centre at the elite level at the expense of the states. Half the BAM problems could be solved if one of their four high performance directors were to look into the state programme.
     
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    Rosman Razak is taking over Rexy Mainaky's position

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    Congratulations to Rosman Razak for taking over Rexy Mainaky's position.

    Let's hope that Rosman Razak can last longer. ;););)
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  20. limsy

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    but he is worried about rashid to get sack
    which is nonsense as rashid have his job 100% safe
    hehe
    he was goyang kaki since 2005
     

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