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video - LiYongBo abuse Jap 's umpire

Discussion in 'World Championships 2006' started by mikemike, Sep 22, 2006.

  1. mikemike

    mikemike Regular Member

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    i dont understand this and could not open the video. What has happened?.
     
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    what happened??
     
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    You can't hear what LYB's saying. The commentator stated LYB is just complaining about the call. That's about it.
     
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    Concur. All you hear is the crowd whistling, LYB waving his arms about a little and returning to his seat.
     
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    Isn't that what NBA coachs do when there is a bad call, wave their hands and scream at the umpire, and then get penalized a techical free shot.
     
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    yeah.

    Li Yongbo thinks he is a NBA coach.

    i vaguely remember he was once thrown out of the arena as he complained too much. can't remember exactly when.
     
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    i tend to agree that, as long as it doesn't go out of hand, some level of disagreement is OK. just like players are allowed to disagree.
     
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    3rd. In addition, I think CH handled himself very well. He disagreed with the call, stood outside the court for about 20 seconds (in protest) but didn't curse or complain negatively. The second or third time the chair asked CH to continue play, he stepped back on the court and resumed play.

    I feel this is a very classy way to protest. You state your case and move on.

    I believe when they played the slo-mo replay, commentator Kevin Han thought the shuttle was in while the other guy (Mr. Naughty) thought it was out. :p

    I call him "Mr. Naughty" because I don't know his name and he said Taufik's wrap around back arm return of CH's smash in the 3rd game, second point (Taufik 2-0) was "naughty". I found this hilarious and not applicable. Incredible was what it was, not "naughty". LOL! :p :D
     
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    Well in this case, LYB made his complaint and returned to his seat. NBA coaches just go on and on, baiting the referee and daring them to give him a technical.
     
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    ok guys, I think this is not the first time LYB did that to an umpire.

    I am also extremely angry with what LYB did today. He is very rude to LCW during the match against BCL. LCW complain the bad line call to the judge and LYB was not happy with what LCW did. He shout at LCW from around 20 meters asking him to shut up. He did this several time during the match. Even after the match both LCW and LYB looking at each other fiercely. Both of them is so angry to each other at this time. Who do you think is right in this incident?
     
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    Well, if Li Yong Bo thinks that he has the right to protest bad calls for his players, Lee Chong Wei definitely has the right too to make complaints for himself. SO Li Yong Bo shouldn't have asked LCW to shut up.
     
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    When did he do this?
     
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    Read the report from elwin81. He did it today at the match LCW vs BCL.
     
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    If thats how LYB produces a world champion, others should follow suit to watch its opponent with a whip in his hand : )
     
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    You guys should turn up your volume and listen carefully as LYB walking towards his seat.

    I do not want to translate it. Any one who knows enough Mandarin can understand it. LYB is just taking advantage of the fact that the umpire does not understand Mandarin. But seriously, I think IBF should have some kind of penalty for such behavior.

    LCW should see this video to understand the personality of LYB. :) LYB is happy to be mean to win games.
     
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    Li Yongbo, I am very disappointed with him
     
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    if Li Yongbo ever show up here in the BC forums, i am afraid i might have to ban him for rudeness... haha. ;)
     
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    LYB say"XXXX" in a loud voice to Japan umpire's mother .
     

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