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Is BAM going in the right direction?

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

  1. badMania

    badMania Regular Member

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    Look's like Nadzmi's chance of being BWF president is rather slim. He only has the support of 2 other badminton federations (Macau and Korea) as seconders, despite all the talks that he has the support of MANY other federations.


    Meanwhile, the front-runner, Paul Erik Hoyer Larsen has 52 seconders, while Justian Suhandinata of Indonesia has 24!
     
  2. limsy

    limsy Regular Member

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    if he won
    it was the dooms day for badminton.
    wakaka.
    he should go back and do his business,not badminton
     
  3. gunner93

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    I would vote for Paul Erik Hoyar Larsen. The Danes are reputed to have the highest integrity and the country are well known to be one of the least corrupt nation in the world.
     
  4. eaglehelang

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    No wonder Harian Metro reported that Datuk Nadzmi has been approached not to stand for the election and give way to INA's Justin so that the Asia votes will not be divided. So actually its cos Nadzmi didnt get many supporters.

    Personally, I'll like to see Paul Hoyer be President,at least he has passion for the sports and less of the politics
     
  5. eaglehelang

    eaglehelang Regular Member

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    It's all just a 'wayang kulit window dressing' to focus your attention away from the failures of BAM admin.
     
  7. george@chongwei

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    Just Macau and Korea? What about LI yong Bo and his CBA team? During Mas Open, he was saying nadzmi has his FULL support to become the bwf president.. LOL:p
     
  8. limsy

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    dont you know his nickname is big mouth?hehe
     
  9. cobalt

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    BAM must act, says Chong Wei
    By Fabian Peter | Sports247.my

    http://news.yahoo.com/bam-must-act--says-chong-wei-053745356.html

    Excerpts:

    WORLD No. 1 Lee Chong Wei has urged the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) to take drastic action after the Malaysian team flopped at the just concluded All England Open.

    ...BAM must review every department to see what really went wrong in Birmingham, and try to rectify it,” said Chong Wei, who arrived home this morning.

    “It’s an important year, we got the Sudirman Cup this May, and next year we’ve got the Thomas Cup, Asian and Commonwealth Games. All important team events.“I will also sit with my coaches, to see what was wrong with my game. I hope to bounce back at my next tournament.”

    The nine-time Malaysia Open champion added: “It just wasn’t my day when I played Chen Long (China) in the final. He was the better player on that day. It was frustrating for me.“

    He is now one of my strongest opponents after Lin Dan.”

    ...The 31-year-old will take a few days off before resuming training
     
  10. Pakito

    Pakito Regular Member

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    I have sent this feedback to the editor@sports247.my of the said article.

    There is no hope for BAM as it is stricken with cancer. The whole body is cancerous from top down. Nothing can be done unless they change the whole management. They say too many cooks spoils the broth. But the situation is worst than that. None of them are cooks. Those that are cooks are not given power. Hopeless case. First person to go should be Nadzmi.
     
  11. ngkt67

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    agreed!!
    To change the whole management is to change the whole government, because they are totally related...
     
  12. eaglehelang

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    The Star Online >
    Monday March 25, 2013
    Malaysia’s Nadzmi pulls out of race for BWF hotseat

    By RAJES PAUL

    KUALA LUMPUR: In the spirit of Asian solidarity, Datuk Nadzmi Mohd Salleh (pic) has withdrawn from standing for the Badminton World Federation (BWF)’s president post.

    The 59-year-old Nadzmi, who is the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) president, made this announcement yesterday after receiving a surprise visit from his challenger Justian Suhandinata of Indonesia at his residence.

    The decision also comes a day after Nadzmi accepted his appointment as the Badminton Asian Confederation (BAC) acting president.

    The All-Indonesia Badminton Association (PBSI) president Justian is the other candidate for the BWF’s top post.

    He will now be the only Asian in the race to beat his challenger – the Badminton Europe president Poul-Erik Hoyer-Larsen of Denmark at the May 18 election during the Sudirman Cup in Kuala Lumpur.

    Nadzmi said that by backing out, the Asian vote would not be split.

    “It was a surprise to receive a visit from Justian. He came to congratulate me for my appointment as the BAC’s acting president,” said Nadzmi.

    “He also wanted to know my stand about the BWF’s election as he wanted to start his campaigning.

    “I had been contemplating about this matter (about the BWF’s election) and after Justian’s visit, I decided to withdraw. It is the best decision.

    Nadzmi’s decision was also supported by the fact that running the BAC would be a challenging task.

    “The situations is not in order in the BAC and it will require me to do a lot of work. We have to look into the welfare, unity and solidarity among Asian countries. For now, it is best that I focus on this responsibility,” he said.

    Nadzmi said that as the BAC’s acting president, he would give his complete support to the 66-year-old Justian’s campaign.

    “He is a BWF’s council member and is experienced. In fact, he has done his homework well and is prepared for this election. As the BAC’s acting president, he will get my full support,” said Nadzmi.

    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.asp?file=/2013/3/25/sports/12884439&sec=sports


    Politics in sports looks alive and well :rolleyes:
     
  13. eaglehelang

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    You scratch my back, I scratch yours.
     
  15. SibugiChai

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    Paul win is a victory for badminton
     
  16. Pakito

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    As prophesied, he pulled of out contention for the BWF presidency and joined BAC, after being advised so by Christian, or rather coerced?:D
     
  17. limsy

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    this is ugly and i vote for paul!
     
  18. limsy

    limsy Regular Member

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    rashid sidek is one of the 'calon' for nation best coach.
    wakakakakkaa
    so funny!
     
  19. george@chongwei

    george@chongwei Regular Member

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    And Rashid SIDEK takes it! He is the best coach of year 2012!.. BOLEH!!hooray
    That title should give to mr teh siu bock la..:p
     

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