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Is BAM going in the right direction?

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

  1. george@chongwei

    george@chongwei Regular Member

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    wow, so many malaysia badminton officials over there:).. Looks like the officials are more than players:D
    Are they doing their job brilliantly? After the olympic we will know:)
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  2. ngkt67

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    hope they are not bunch of cronies, or else how could they travel all the way to london just to support the MAS team...
     
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    They are really enjoying to the max....
     
  4. SibugiChai

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    all expenses paid by BAM in lieu of youth development, they so hapi
     
  5. limsy

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    hehe
    a nice trip to london
    who dont want?hehe
     
  6. george@chongwei

    george@chongwei Regular Member

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    Can enjoy the expensive of London watching world class olympic badminton match LIVE, who don't want?:)
     
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    http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2012/8/6/nation/11804515&sec=nation

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    Can there be another Chong Wei? Can there be another badminton player or even be a medal contender at the next Olympic Games in Rio four years down the road? The answer, for now, is grim indeed.
    The Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) entourage was in London to support Chong Wei.
    The decision makers have a lot of things to deal with as the party is over. They can either coax Chong Wei to stay on until the Rio Games to save their places in the association or really work some magic to find new talents.
     
  8. limsy

    limsy Regular Member

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    thats great that no idiot can take advantage from malaysia OG player.
     
  9. george@chongwei

    george@chongwei Regular Member

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    Time to do something 'BIG', folks:)..
     
  10. Gigabit

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    All expenses paid trip to London and nothing to shout about, of course the team was privileged to visit Harrods, Hyde Park, Millennium Wheel, London Bridge, Wembley, Buckingham Palace and other tourist places.

    We do not see this happening in other BAs only Malaysia...
     
  11. limsy

    limsy Regular Member

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    there is one positive side of lcw defeat in final and koo/tan defeat in playoff
    those bam fella have nothing to bark about the result.
    but i guess a semi final and silver medal already can keep their job and position safe for another 5 year.
    so malaysia badminton will still decreasing from time to time
     
  12. SibugiChai

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    I was struggling to support Datuklee during last night game. I was hoping he would win the Gold but that would justify all BAM goons has done is right. I support Datuklee personally but not the association he represent but if he had won the Gold Medal, these goons will surely continue their reign in BAM.

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  13. eaglehelang

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    Those of us eligible to vote will do it;);)
     
  14. limsy

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    dont know u are one of the ctc member,hehe
    vote for what?
    emirate or air asia to london?haha
     
  15. george@chongwei

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    There will definitely be a changes but how big is it we do not know yet...

    [video=youtube;o9RfgoyW6xk]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9RfgoyW6xk&list=UUfFvGs5etUZKMYYzgOu6SkA& index=1&feature=plcp[/video]
     
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    all expenses paid by BAM aka TAXPAYERS MONEY.......
    should put the money into much better use which can help to develop better young players for the future
     
  17. limsy

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    well
    bam said those are the revenue
    haha
    u believe malaysia ss and gp gold sold so many ticket?
    enough for them to send 40 people to london so easily?
    haha
     
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    The head must feed those who elect him year in year out :D It's the unwritten law of BAM bible.
     
  19. limsy

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    oh,this happen oftenly in and out of bam
    for those who decline the propose,obviously not his man and..................
    haha
     
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    Badminton: You're wasting time, BAM

    by K.M.Boopathy
    Aug 23, 2012, NST (http://www.nst.com.my/sports/badminton/badminton-you-re-wasting-time-bam-1.128241)

    NOT SERIOUS: Delay in hiring a chief coach could prove disastrous

    THE BA of Malaysia (BAM) is adopting a wait-and-see attitude over its move to have a chief coach although South Korean Park Joo Bong may be available if the association is serious in changing the current structure.
    Joo Bong, the head coach of Japan, is said to be returning home after the South Korea BA sacked all their coaching staff due to the failure in the recent London Olympics but Kim Jong Soo is reported to have replaced current chief coach Sung Han Kook.

    If the BAM acts fast enough, he could be heading to Malaysia again as the chief coach.
    BAM secretary Ng Chin Chai, however, said it is still too early to decide on the choice of coaches before a revamp is carried out on the current programme where each department is headed by a coach.

    The coaching and training committee (CTC), which will meet on Sept 8, should be able to give a clearer picture of the new structure and the status of Joo Bong in Malaysian badminton. Chin Chai is also the CTC chairman.
    "There is set to be changes in the current structure but we haven't finalised it yet. Malaysia's performance in the Olympics and the changes needed will be discussed in the CTC and we can get a clearer picture after that," said Chin Chai.
    "There has not been any formal discussion with any coach because we don't know yet what the new structure will be.
    "Even the future of Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong will be discussed and a decision can be reached there."
    Although Chin Chai is keeping things under wraps, it is expected that two former national coaches, Wong Tat Meng and Cheah Soon Kit, are likely to return to BAM.

    Tat Meng, whose short stint with the Indonesia BA (PBSI) has ended, is likely to be re-appointed as the women's doubles coach while Soon Kit, the chief coach of private outfit, Looi Academy, could add strength to the men's doubles department.
    BAM president Datuk Seri Nadzmi Salleh has hinted that appointing a chief coach or director of coaching is being seriously looked into and Joo Bong appears to be one of the most experienced coaches capable of handling the job.
    Malaysia's current system hasn't brought much success. Rashid Sidek is the men's singles chief coach, the women's singles is headed by Chi Zhanrong, men's doubles is under Tan Kim Her while Rosman Razak is the women's doubles and mixed doubles head coach.

    BAM has so far refrained from appointing a chief coach, citing a lack of quality candidates as a reason and has not been making a positive move to hire Joo Bong.
    Joo Bong, who was Malaysia's men's doubles coach, has been doing a creditable job in Japan where the nation secured their first Olympic medal through Muzuki Fujii-Reika Kakiiwa in London.
    It will be a disaster if Malaysia continue with the same system again until 2016.
     

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