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Rashid Sidek: Lee Hock Lai, Chong Wei Feng, Tan Chun Siang, our future

Discussion in 'Malaysia Professional Players' started by weeyet, Jun 20, 2005.

  1. weeyet

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    National team back up squad chief coach Rashid Sidek named this three young players as our future MS pillar: Lee Hock Lai , Chong Wei Feng, Tan Chun Siang (direct translation name from pinyin Li Fulai, Zhang Weifeng, Chen Junxiang)

    Rashid believes that these 3 players will be a thread to Yogendran, Lee Tsuen Seng, Yeoh Kay Bin, Kuan Beng Hong very soon in the future.
    Lee Hock Lai was former national youth MD champion.

    The coach is satisfied with his players' performance in the recent Kedah Open, Pahang Open and Vietnam Satellite. The 18-year-old Lee Hock Lai wins the Pahang Open division 2. While Chung Wei Feng and Tan Chun Siang compete in Division 1. Chung WF defeated Pei Wei Chung in the first round, while Tan CS brought his 2nd round match with Yeok Kay Bin into rubber games.

    Rashid had already reccomend Lee HOck Lai from Penang to go down to KL to undergo more systematic training, 6 days one week.
     
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    What about Law Yew Thien? I think he's pretty good as well~ :D He could very well be the next MS pillar for Malaysia.
     
  3. alexkho

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    LEE Hock Lai i saw his name in USA open 2008 is he any good ?
     
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    ^^I don't know...but we shall see..^^

    :p...at least i'm hoping to see how "promising" he really is... ;):cool:
     
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    so is USA open in CA ? i how do get ticket ? i am in indiana now ... maybe is a good time for me take some vacation time go to CA watch some badminton and maybe meet some people for a badminton game ... :p
     
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    ^^Off topic-Yes..^^

    ..it has been held, basically, in the same venue (OCBC) for the last 10 yrs. or so.
    Btw, for more info, here's a link to OCBC:
    http://www.ocbadmintonclub.com/
    Meeting some BCers and playing a game of baddy?? sure, our friendly DinkAlot or we, BCers, affectionately like to call NGP (Nice Gentle Panda), will be waiting... ;):cool:
     
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    Lee Hock Lai - where is he now?
    Chong Wei Feng - not progessing much...
    Tan Chun Siang - not progessing much...
     
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    No real focus on them - how to progress.
     
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    Without restructuring of the incentives and wages paid from BAM, they cant concentrate to produce good results.
     
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    yalor...:mad:

    ya...hope will not like the malaysia basketball men team...haiz...:(
     
  11. Dato A

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    Who is Lee Hock Lai anywhere?
     
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    Lee Hock Lai is Penangties. Quit BAM quite some times ago...
     
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    yalor? :(

    What does this mean?
    I don't suppose this is English, is it?
     
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    singlish or manglish .....

    malaysian and singaporean slang :)
     
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    Quit BAM but still Rashid quote him as future hope?:confused:
     
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    I can see that it's slang.
    The question is: What does it mean?
     
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    It means I agree!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It means to very strongly agree

    Its a means to strongly support a statement about a subject made by another peer. In a way that only mangled / distorted English can do so.


    :D
     
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    The post is in year 2005.
     
  19. eaglehelang

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    equivalent to Ya-loh or yes-lah. Ya= yes. the "lor" is in chinese. If malay = "lah". Just dragging the word.
    You're in Spore, didnt hear the SPoreans or Msians there say it? Influences of Malay & CHinese language
     
  20. Dato A

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    Yes lar.

    Singapore and mas eglish standard are abang-adik lah....:D:D
     

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