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Park Joo Bong as a coach

Discussion in 'Japan Professional Players' started by fmqpt791004, Feb 16, 2012.

  1. DStyle

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    Japan Open is next month and I would like to see some Japanese players win. This will be a test since it is held in Japan.
     
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    A Japanese player did win it last year. :)
     
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    I know, it was Akane but will like to see more. I'm sure with their success in TC and Uber, more spectators will attend.
     
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    I want to see Momota to win it, but it is hard because LCW is there. :(
    It's great to see Hayakawa and Endo to win it also.
     
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    Me too. If Hayakawa and Endo win, then, Japan Open will be their first Super Series.
     
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    yes, it would be great to see Hayakawa/Endo to win a SS title. Their bags are full with silver medalist like LCW (just joking), hope they could convert to gold medalist someday!
     
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    I actually have a good feeling that LCW will win the World Championship this year, his 1st. Of coz, without LD playing.
     
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    Me too but is the 2nd sentence necessary?
     
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    When can Reony Mainaky finally coach INA WD. He should be leaving JPN after Thomas/Uber Cup. He has a uphill battle to make INA WD as successful as the JPN Doubles teams.
     
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    Reony Mainaky is coach JPN MD not JPN WD.;)
    Coach JPN WD is Li Kiking from china. :p
     
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    Who is Li Kiking? Do you mean Ding Qiqing?
     
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    Yes,I mean Ding Qiqing.
     
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    I think indrg meant "INA" WD, not JPN's.
    From what I've read, he will be back in INA to coach the WD.
     
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    Question to All:

    Is Reony Mainaky still coaching in JPN club Unisys? I think he is indeed not coming back to INA afterall :(
     
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    I saw him in Asian Games sitting intensely next to Park Jo Bong. It looks like he is not going to ever join his brother afterall.
     
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    I actually feel very sad so say this but I can now really understand Park Joo Bong feeling. He is my favourite coach forever. I feel sad and can understand how he feels when 2 of his players Kento Momota and Kenichi Tago got involved in trouble. What a pitiful coach. Oh Park Joo Bong why this have to happen now?


    I feel so sad for you.
     
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    I think PJB's tenure in JPN might run into an end if JPN's showing in Olympic is not successful.
     
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    I don't think so. Their showing is already reasonable, and his leadership has produced the most exciting lineup Japan has had for a long time.
     

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