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Is BAM going in the right direction?

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

  1. limsy

    limsy Regular Member

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    i am surprise that u came to conclusion without analysis the information given
     
  2. fiq_axis

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    hahaha...never thought that I would met another gomo kelate gomo BCer. :D
    going to FA Cup in BUkit Jalil?

    BAM doesn't have a vision. They only sees MONEY as their main objective. The money should be spend on finding a new talented players by arranging a quarterly state tournaments maybe? What I mean is they should not finding a new players by just a tourney for school such as MSSD, MSSM, and etc. They should arranging an outside tourneys. BAM should take progressive action, not just by sharpen top players' skills.
     
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    I can confirm this.
     
  5. limsy

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    no,but we won!1-0
    gomo kelante gomo!

    but none of the bam people have free time for this
    they are fighting for power,try to earn more money,find some dumb sponsor,thats what they did
     
  6. fiq_axis

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    tomorrow is HOLIDAY! oww yeah, can have a vicious training tomorrow. Thanks KELANTAN!

    BAM key peoples are dumb enough to drag the coaches and the players to DOOM. Hate to admit, but based on the reality, BAM is really dumb. Even they could not cooperate well with KLRC to create a new star players. BAM is chasing MONEY, not for country's fame. Only relying on LCW till the end. How sad...
     
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    And how else can it be validated?
     
  8. jasonmarc

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    Anyone watched last night (19/5/12) TV3's Majalah 3.............a totally wash the face of BAM ! LOL
     
  9. limsy

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    no,never watch BN tv shows.
    mind to share any story?
     
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    Talking about TC and our BAM's team.....they interviewed all non BAM peoples like CSK, Elyas Omar, Razif, LCW's home town coach, Zulkifli ( ZZ's father )......Nazmi's shd turn black if he watched this.....LOL
     
  11. limsy

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    no worry
    no one in this universe can do any damage on nadzmi,kenny goh,ng chin cai or rashid position in bam
    hehe
     
  12. fiq_axis

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    yeah..protected by government eventhough it was obviously they're three stooges successor. hahaha
     
  13. pBmMalaysia

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    There is always two sides of a coin

    no matter what we will never see both of them, in fact never will.

    The first time Yoo came to town, I had a feeling it's like making something impossible possible.

    How can a Korean, with due respect to all, fit into our Malaysian culture, especially in baddy?

    Be it communication, customs, style etc etc, it's just not possible on a short time basis.

    But as a sparring partner and trainer (under a BAM coach), yes.

    Then helping out analyzing players game plan, weaknesses, give his inputs etc etc

    For Yoo to be a coach in any country he has to have communication skill,

    the number one tools in coaching.

    Being a good player is not enough to be a good coach

    but as a smart businessman, yes.

    When money is involved, its business nowadays.

    So the question why Yoo leaves so fast?

    Obviously, BAM can't make good use of him :D
     
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    BAM must be a retard. Putting in the fattest guy to play in 1MD. Fantastic idea. I didn't know he can be like a baloon. ;)
     
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    very subtle.....nice
     
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    so?u cant even beat the fattest guy
    lol!
     
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    BAM can’t get it right over coaches

    Posted on 22 May 2012 - 03:13am
    Azman Ujang
    Azman Ujang is a former editor-in-chief of Bernama

    http://www.thesundaily.my/news/384868

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    ...While we did have high-calibre coaches, it does suggest that BAM comes out poorly in managing them.

    Look at the latest case involving Yong-sung. BAM said the coach resigned because he had demanded a substantial pay rise which was rejected. But Yong-sung denied this. Rather, he grew restless and disappointed because his role was not clearly defined.

    ...This is an indictment of the unprofessional way some of the our sports officials are running their associations. No wonder our top pair of Kien Keat-Boon Heong have slipped into oblivion from their once lofty position as world’s No. 1.

    “Just what’s happening?” I asked BAM long-time president Datuk Seri Mohd Nadzmi Salleh in a text message.

    Nadzmi, who is in China with our Thomas Cup squad for the finals replied: “He’s no loss to us, asking very high salary which we think he doesn’t deserve.”

    ...Sports Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek also wants BAM to view problems among its coaches more seriously.

    “This issue involving coaches needs to be handled well so that players are not victimised especially with the focus on the Thomas Cup and the Olympic Games,” he said.

    He said his ministry would reassess all forms of coaching and financial support to BAM because such assistance comes from taxpayer’s money.

    ...One man credited for his strong leadership of BAM that enabled us to pull off the 1992 victory over arch-rivals Indonesia, Tan Sri Elyas Omar, is still as passionate as ever when talking about badminton. Elyas told me that over the years, he had offered his services and experience to BAM but was spurned every time.

    “We have amateurs running our sports organisations who have no clue how to develop sports properly within a specific time-frame,” he said.

    ...Nadzmi, meanwhile, is upset at critics who are quick to point fingers at BAM. His text message from China indicated that it’s perhaps time for him to hand over the baton to someone else.
     
  18. pBmMalaysia

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    Critics point fingers at BAM? Don't tell me it's from badminton central :D
     
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    He must be referring to Limsy.
     
  20. limsy

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    lol
    nadzmi please leave,proton are no longer the biggest sponsor
    maybank people is waiting in line

    ng chin cai said there will be a project for 2016 OG
    i guess he dunno what happened for project 2012?
    will he ask rashid sidek to lead the project again?haha
     

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