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Zulfadli Zulkifli

Discussion in 'Malaysia Professional Players' started by chris-ccc, Dec 18, 2010.

  1. Justin L

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    I thought I saw Aditya Joshi's name in the India GPG '14 now ongoing and lost in R2 to Xue Song.
     
  2. ngkt67

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    Goh Soon Huat's only weakness is stamina itself...
     
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    GSH already done his surgery,correct me if i am wrong.
    he will take some time to recover
     
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    JustinL is right.
    My apologies :(

    However, the news report has the wrong Aditya beating Goh Soon Huat.
     
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    God, his loss to Tian Houwei today is embarrassing. Thats how far he has regressed. I wish he would join BAM now that Rashid is gone and Morten Frost is back. I still have some hope in him doing well in the future, with the right coaching.
     
  7. ngkt67

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    ZZ need to consider join BAM so that can train with LCW, or else he will never improve as independent player...
     
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    I certainly hope that this youngster will continue to rise up to be a star and successful player in the future lol.
     
  9. KingCantona

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    He did well beating CTC...luck is also on his side.
     
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    21-5 in the first is more than just luck.
     
  11. KingCantona

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    That's why I say he did well and CTC is doing so badly.
     
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    Although I disliked his attitude (always retired from the match) he did well in this WC. Just hope he will continue train under his father and wont join Bam, less pressure to perform and avoid all the dramas.
     
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    I'd rather him to join Sports Affairs , a club in Msia where Arif Latif , Hoon Thien How and Lim Khim Wah plays for than join BAM
     
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    or go get sponsorship from Seri Mutiara Development where Koo/Tan at...
     
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    go to BAM for 3-4 years for good sparring/training and decide after that..
    waste a talent..
     
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    after a humiliate loss to INA rising star Anthony Ginting in Vietnam Open, ZZ either thinking of going to BAM that LCW advise him to do or stay on as independent player in order to continue his career...
     
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    He's moving to BAM?
     
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    considering, decision need to be made by his father first...
     
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    Zulfadli Zulkiffli not joining BAM


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    National Sports council Director,Datuk Ahmad Shapawi Ismail:
    "His father told me on the behalf of Zulfadli that they are not accepting BAM's offer.He said they already have a systematic training program set in place to help ZZ qualify for 2016 Olympic Games in Rio."

    "BAM will only conduct further discussions about this if Zulfadli is interested in this conversation."

    "NSC will not fund training programs for Zulfadli as they only support those athletes who fall under umbrella organization of all National Sports"


    His father also stressed that Zulkiffli may not be able to win the 2011 World Junior Championships if he was trained by coaches of BAM.

    Source:http://www.badmintonplanet.com/badminton-news/3992-zulfadli-zulkiffli-not-joining-bam.html
     
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    Zulfadli now playing in Malaysia's Purple Badminton League, if I am not mistaken saw Rashid Sidek sitting next to his father.
     

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