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Will Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong do better without Rexy Mainaky?

Discussion in 'Malaysia Professional Players' started by chris-ccc, Sep 3, 2011.

  1. george@chongwei

    george@chongwei Regular Member

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    Frankly i can say that the problem doesn't lies solely with the coach, it's the problem with the players. Wonder why BAM is so good hearing Koo/tan advices and hire a new coach to train them..wow..
     
  2. OneToughBirdie

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    Because it is easy to replace the coach than the players, especially given that TBH/KKK are medal hopeful;)
     
  3. george@chongwei

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    In other words means mas is lacking of badminton talents:(.. what a sad thing but it's true.
     
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    Not really true, sometimes there's a breathru... like Woon Khe Wei and Vivian Hoo.
     
  5. george@chongwei

    george@chongwei Regular Member

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    I'm referring to OG medal prospect..:D Anyway, time shall be the answer for everything and we shall wait and see how it goes by.
     
  6. chris-ccc

    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    Anyone know when and where KKK/TBH will be playing in their next tournament?
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    Should be in denmark or france.
     
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    Thanks. Let's follow KKK/TBH to their next tournament, to see if they can play better.
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  9. OneToughBirdie

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    You are correct, we are talking about OLY not GP thingie. Granted VH/WKW played well, fighting spirit but really the CHN WD are not their top 3 pairs. TBH/KKK and LCW are 'BAM high hopes', proven past winners and WR1 respectively, and still among the top MD pairs and top 1-2 MS respectively i.e. BAM has hopes they can win OLY. Every other players at this point are prospects i.e. they can go up further or bust/kaput.
     
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    Koo/Tan wanted Rexy out as MD cheif coach?Confirm?

    Now BAM even wants to reduce Rexy's salary. The reason is coaching WD is less stressing. Sin chew Jit Poh reported it yesterday(11/10/11).
     
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    KKK/TBH just feels REXY is not the suitable guy to become their coach. Not wanting Rexy out as MAS MD Chief coach;)
     
  12. chris-ccc

    chris-ccc Regular Member

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    Sin chew Jit Poh reported it yesterday(11/10/11)

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    Please send us the link. We, who are not in Malaysia, would like the read the article.
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    You read mandarin? Sure I can try. If I can not find the link, I will try to scan the newspaper and attach it over here.

    But I am an older generation and old fashion guy. I am not so tech savvy. So give me sometime.
     
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    You don't have to scan it, just take a picture of it and upload.
     
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    Thanks visor. KLPF 2011 001.jpg
     
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    Ha ha uploading is so EASY! I can share a lot of information with you guys now, particularly for those of you that can read mandarin.

    For your info, Sin Chew Jit Poh is a very established( and largest) Chinese newspaper in Malaysia. It is owned by Robert Kuok, who also own South China Morning Post in Hong Kong. Robert Kuok is the owner of Kerry Group in Hong Kong.

    Sin Chew(and other Malaysian chinese newspapers) has a lot of good source/reports on badminton. Those of us that read mandarin get a lot of good info about badminton , players and coaches from mandarin news paper. Unfortunately a lot of you guys here have not access to it( except Malaysian that read in mandarin).

    Earlier there was this guy that keep doubting my claim and ask for my sources/proofs in a very disrespectful manner. The problem with this kind of people is they do not read mandarin and they think whatever they don't see and can not comprehend is non existent.

    Just a little excerpt here" Natioanal Sport Council Director Zulkifly suggests that Rexy to get lower pay because Rexy has less pressure coaching WD. But Rexy defended himself that he still has pressure to help CEH/WPT to qualify for OG and coach WKW/Vivian. . But BAM has signed contract with Rexy from now untill may 2013. Therefore Chin Chai from BAM says they will review Rexy's salary after the contract ended."

    Yes it was NSC not BAM that wants to review Rexy's pay. I think they will discuss Rexy's salary in NSC meeting. I am just not so sure if adjustment can be done even when the contract is signed.
     
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    http://sports.sinchew-i.com/node/19533?tid=3
    KKK's comment in this one is interesting, he said:

    他說,他們目前是在龐學章指導下訓練,主要是加強體能,才能與進步神速的中國、韓國、丹麥和印尼男雙對抗。

    我對大馬羽總聘請韓國兩屆奧運亞軍柳鏞成當男雙教練,感到高興。目前國羽男雙訓練氣氛已不一樣,大家都可以坦誠交流。
     
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    Hi Victory,
    Thanks for the information.
    I might be mistaken. If I'm wrong, please correct me. I thought Sin Chew Jit Poh is owned by Tiong Hiew King from Sarawak, who later bought HK Ming Pao. Currently, these 2 newspaper are under the flagship of Media Chinese International Limited (MCIL).
     
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    No. You are right and I have made a mistake here. Yes sin chew is owned by tan sri tiong. I got it mixed up. Thank you for your correction.
     

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