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Lee Jae Bok replaces Rexy at Badminton England

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Neil Nicholls, May 25, 2005.

  1. Neil Nicholls

    Neil Nicholls Regular Member

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    That's excellent news:)! Good luck in your new position, LJB!
     
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    Good luck LJB!

    I can tell everyone I've had coaching by an England coach now! :p
    I wonder if he'll show the England squad his 'Play To Win' Video and embarass Simon Archer ;)
     
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    LJB- firstly welll done gd to b bk i guess:p

    on rexy however i feel its a great shame hes left
    Rexy undoubtably was a fanastic person to be around , players and the other HPCoaches adored him i feel, he was a joker, a brill coach, a competitor and one big smile for a camera. i fear i will not meet or be able to train or just chat with him again b4 he leaves, my training/coaching time at the NBC starts just before and after the world championships So farwell rexy and please come back if possible you only taught me 3 trick shots....theres the rest still to learn from you ....alll 1000 of the damn things....and yes thanks to him i now have a certain amount of Oriental flair to my shots...and for that i wont forget him Thank you :eek:

    i hope LJB can try and close a ( i fear) ever increasing gap between us and the far eastern players, particulary the chinese - something which has to be done to keep the international game of badminton alive i feel orwise i fear a collaspe and NO further chance to bring the sport out fully into the worlds media.:mad:
     

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