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Li Yong Bo dares to critize others that follow his mastery of WalkOver tactics

Discussion in 'Thomas / Uber Cup Finals 2012' started by indrg, May 27, 2012.

  1. extremenanopowe

    extremenanopowe Regular Member

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    A big ask. Ask the victim to sue them. Pay cheque from BWF anyway. ;)
     
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    let's teach all courts of the world the new definition of committing the crime of murder:

    only those regularly committed murder or series killer on a consistent basis could be find guilty, those only murder once, twice, (or twice a day), thrice must not be find guilty.
     
  3. chibe_K

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    Feel sorry for this guy. Master of play, but lack the charisma and leadership quality. Failed to realize he can do a lot more by being a role model rather than defending bad behaviors...sigh.
     
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    haters will always find some excuse to hate. even if chinese players dont withdraw against other compatriots, as long as a chinese player wins, there will always be some excuse to accuse china of cheating or bad sportsmanship. when chen jin defeated taufik at the worlds final, all fingers were pointing at chen jin cheated with the shuttlecock bs. give it a rest.
     
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    Very true, thats a natural phenomenon. It is natural for team China to face the pressures and criticisms from all directions. Whether CBA recognices it or not they need to hire a company to work on their public image and as to LYB, learns to lead by examples.
     
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    the difference is that the other nations doens't get the chance to do so too often? the do it whenever they can too. hehe
     
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    Wish LCW a quick recovery, without him the big O will not be as fun to watch.
     
  8. drifit

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    sometimes we do wonder why badminton is not a favorite sports worldwide.
    "weird" things are happening in front of so many pair of eyes, yet, nothing can be done by BWF. but, good thing is BWF keep promoting badminton. will this promoting effective?
    always says "will take action". we been hearing wolves cry story and it is getting bored.
     
  9. laonong

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    If it's popular in China, Indian, southeast asian countries, then it's already a popular sport.
     

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