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Play Badminton in Luxembourg

Discussion in 'Europe' started by Fiederball Izeg, Jun 8, 2002.

  1. Fiederball Izeg

    Fiederball Izeg New Member

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    maybe make the website into english language ? :p
    i have understand a little bit because i live in belgium (i still h8 french)
    but do you need to practice young / senior
    i training in both you learn much more there you only need to give all your energy then.
     
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    Hi,

    Is badminton in Luxembourg really that popular over there??

    Matt
     
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    Yes, badminton is very popular in Luxembourg, but in international view lux badminton isn't so good :-((
     
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    maybe because the training :) young & old
    mix it and they would be better :)
     
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    Hi,

    Its a shame people don't see the fact it is popular and adapt on that. i mean look at Britain. It is popular over here but yet we have very little funding. People need to change their attitudes and realise the world doesn't revolve round football and so on. They really need to widern their perspective. I was onna say, i have neaver heard of any famous internationals from Luxembourg. Mainly because the coaches only know how to coach to a certain level? Lack of imput from them?

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    indeed matt, only how can they put the step ?
     
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    hi,

    Maybe it's the lack of international playes that is causing this. Because they have no taste and experience of national badminton, these people can't pass on what they have learnt to the younger generation. Therefore, they wont get up to international level.
    I think this could be the main problem

    Matt
     

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