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The future is bright

Discussion in 'Thomas Cup / Uber Cup 2006' started by ants, May 6, 2006.

  1. ants

    ants Regular Member

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    Its dishearthening to know that Malaysia didn't advance to the Finals. Initially i did manage know the results of the 1st single and 1st doubles. What happen after that i have no idea. I almost broke into tears after knowing the news from them and some frens of mine thru text when Malaysia finish playing. Talk about support! I felt that the Team can make it and definately have a good chance to bring the silverware back to Malaysia.
    I know they prepared well and hard for this event. All of them are so united and it is the first time in years that our players and the organisation really approach the tournament in oneness. They are like soldiers marching into battlefield, leaving everything behind. Eventhough the target is just Semi-Finals. But deep in their heart and mind, all of them know that they can advance to the Final.
    No one is to be blame, all the players played their best and well prepared and the coach do their best in helping the players. Who want to lose a game anyway? Just let say we lose to a better team.
    After settling down, come to think of it... i know we can look foward to our players in the future events. I won't say that the Malaysian team is perfect, if they are, i won't be typing this down at this moment. After this episode, i'm sure the Team as a whole, from the players, coaches and the BAM organisation can definately know what are the improvements that need to be done and the weaknesses that need to be strengthen. There is alot of potentials that we have not unleash yet. When you fail and learn from it, success will definately come your way. When there is no failure, definately there will be no success. Don't lose hope and keep the faith.
    Eventhough the team lost, they are still the heroes of Malaysia. The whole nation is behind them. The way they approach this tournament as a whole already make all of them winners. I foresee that things is going to be brighter for Badminton In Malaysia. I truly believe MALAYSIA BOLEH!


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    I feel so sad when i read this statement. Because i know ants know them well. Everyone must get over it by the sport spirit. Win or loose the game is the part of every competition. As i one of the badminton fans in Malaysia, i wish them Good Luck in future and show us their best again! we really hope to see them back in action again!! Malaysia boleh.

    terry-MAS
     
  3. taufik-ist

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    becos of high expectation, their moral is not ready for it :)
     
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    If Koo-Chan find some consistency, they could win the world championships if they played like how they played yesterday.
     
  5. taufik-ist

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    rexy always yellled at their players , and gave them 'semangat' :D

    that's why both mas md played better :D
     
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    Absolutely, but not only KKK/CCM, instead all our players MUST have consistency.:p
    They should all work harder on this matter. :)
     
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    i hope li mao and rexy will continue coaching them
     
  8. taufik-ist

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    rexy is the best, he always shouted/yelled at their players, tried to keep them concentration
     
  9. thiery

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    During the red card incident.....Rexy even launched into the court and then to the tournament referee to protest the decision. That's show he cared. I like that moment. Where else can you find a coach like that?
     
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    They're like "father and son".
    You can also see after KKK/CCM won the match, he hugged them with tears in his eyes.That moment I had tears in my eye too...so touching... :crying:
     
  11. taufik-ist

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    contradiction with misbun :D
     
  12. philow

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    ~sigh, yeah...different "style". -__-"
     
  13. taufik-ist

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    i want rexy back !!!!! back to indonesia :)
     
  14. philow

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    i want rexy continue as mas coach. he is truly owesome! :D
     
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    no! rexy, stay in malaysia!! :D :D :D
     
  16. taufik-ist

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    you'd better give him good salary :D
     
  17. thiery

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    indonesia already has ricky subaja....that's enough :)
     
  18. philow

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    I think we already did ...:D
    (hopefully :p )
     
  19. taufik-ist

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    ricky subagja dosen't coach..

    he's now a tv host in badminton reality show program, called "ADU SMASH"
     
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    Besides LCW, I dun see any other upcoming potential stars from Mal. Unlike China, LYB is always loaded with a pool of young 19 years old kids who can easily become the second Lin Dan. In Mal, I simply dun see that.
     

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