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Thread: Rexy Mainaky as Coach
10-05-2011, 01:50 PM #69
the moral of the story
made a wise choice
10-06-2011, 12:38 AM #70
10-06-2011, 01:34 AM #71
10-06-2011, 07:48 AM #72
Well, what I can see it Rexy knows what it takes to stay on top. It is just that those guys are not able to maintain it. These guys just can't commit and take the heat day in and out like those champions do. Easy as that.
If Rexy is not a good coach, he would have been booted out long long ago...
10-06-2011, 08:24 AM #73
10-06-2011, 08:42 AM #74
You are staying in malaysia man. You should know the answer better. lol.
fyi, he's a bronze medalist in OG. So, can't really do much right? You can beat him?
10-06-2011, 12:57 PM #75
rashid is there to earn some easy salary
how many coach on this earth wanted to involve in bam stupid and brainless business(along with a very free nothing to do during weekend ctc member)?
thanks rexy for staying
but looks negative for me since he and hendrawan will leave after 2012 og(i guess)
10-07-2011, 08:06 AM #76
Well, you are correct. Money makes the world spins. That's why ctc is still there enjoying life. Enjoy. Don't get stressed.
10-09-2011, 09:07 PM #77
Badminton: Call to slash Rexy's salary
NATIONAL Sports Council (NSC) director Datuk Zolkples Embong has asked the BA of Malaysia (BAM) to slash the salary of Rexy Mainaky after he had been redesignated as the national women's doubles and mixed doubles chief coach last month.
Zolkples said Rexy used to be in charge of the entire national doubles squad but now he has less responsibilities and fewer pairs to look after, so the salary review is rational.
Rexy, hired as the men's doubles coach in 2005, was given additional responsibility as the chief coach of the doubles in 2007 after Yap Kim Hock was not retained as the national team's chief coach then.
The bipartite contracts of the national coaches give NSC the authority to ask for a review from the national sports associations (NSAs) as the council pays a portion of the coaches' salaries.
Zolkples had raised the matter during the joint committee meeting (JKKK) with BAM on Thursday and he stated that NSC will act on the feedback from the national body.
"I have asked BAM to review the salary of Rexy Mainaky as he is now the women's doubles and mixed doubles chief coach. This is because he has less responsibilities and fewer pairs to handle compared to his previous position as the national chief doubles coach," said Zolkples.
"I have asked them to review the salary but BAM officials have informed me that Rexy's contract had just been signed in May and it will be hard to slash his salary.
"We will wait for BAM's feedback on the matter before deciding on whether to reduce our portion of the salary.
"I have also suggested to them to include a clause where the KPI (Key Performance Index) will be implemented and salary reduction can also happen when a coach is redesignated with lesser responsibilities."
BAM secretary Ng Chin Chai said there would not be a review for now as Rexy's contract is barely six months old but stated he will discuss the matter with NSC officials further.
"We are not reviewing Rexy's salary as the contract is still new. We need to have more discussions with NSC officials and provide more details about Rexy's responsibilities," said Chin Chai.
"There is a possibility the matter will be discussed during the executive committee meeting (on Saturday) as the chairman of the finance committee (Peter Yeow) will be present.
"We definitely welcome the suggestion that future contracts should have a clause on salary reduction and increment based on performance."
Based on the current contract offered by BAM, the association and the coach can end the contract by mutual consent by giving three months' notice but there is no clause stressing the importance of a performance-based salary package.
Although Zolkples' call may not affect the coaches immediately, it is a strong message to them regarding their work ethics and the performances of their charges will determine their future, specifically financial gains from the NSAs.
Read more: Badminton: Call to slash Rexy's salary http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/B...#ixzz1aLC1Y4TT
10-10-2011, 12:52 AM #78
Rexy Fears Young Players May Freeze At Istora Senayan
October 07, 2011 22:26 PM
Rexy Mainaky fears that his charges may freeze when playing in the presence of the hostile Indonesian crowd at Istora Senayan, at the SEA Games.
10-10-2011, 09:28 AM #79
You know what I am going to say rite? Cut KKK salaries... lol.
10-10-2011, 01:10 PM #80
A contract remain a contract. Honour it no matter what.
Why this idiot Zolkples only brought this up at this point of time. To me it seems like the plot thickens and its sure that certain party within the NSC-BAM chain is slowly plotting their way through to oust Rexy.
Treat-the-bugger-like-**** when you no longer wants him kind of mentality huh?? I wonder when the same would happen to YYS? Li Mao and those before him knew exactly how its gonna end up.
10-10-2011, 02:39 PM #81
Eh Datuk Zolkples Embong, Lu Blah lah.....
10-10-2011, 03:08 PM #82
If I remember, it was NSC that got the ball rolling with its report on how the coach was responsible for the "defensive" attitude of KKK/TBH and their resulting losses and bad form etc. And now of course, NSC would not want to pick up the tab if it can help it. Besides, BAM is flush with funds so, the NSC thinking is "let them pay whatever they want to Rexy, if they can afford it."
Back to the KPI phantom. Who will implement KPI on the CTC? Who sets the parameters? And if they want world-class, top foreign coaches, do they really think those guys will be willing to sign a contract that includes cuts in payment just because some players don't want to do what they are trained to do? All they will get then, is "guest" coaches and "consultants" for short periods. More of those, and the entire training programme will be a complete mess. The players won't know if they are coming or going!
No wonder Rexy is still smiling!!!!
10-10-2011, 03:22 PM #83
I agree with the sentiments shown here so far. It is just absolutely ridiculous to say something like that. It's like they are targetting Rexy only.
It's not his fault that they wanted to restructure things.
Besides, he still has a good amount of players under him now if he is in charge of womens AND mixed doubles. Still a lot of workload. Unlike the other few guys who are only looking after the mens doubles. I really hope that Rexy can produce some world-class womens and mixed doubles combinations to shut up all those admin ppl.
This is typical BS from these fellas. And all this talk of KPI is also a joke.
What about KPI for ppl like Zolkples or Ng Chin Chai ? What about Rashid Sidek? What role does he play exactly? DO they get sacked or salary cut?
Malaysia likes to believe that they are a top world badminton power. But with admin like that, they truly reflect their 3rd-world/developing-world status. Always abuse the foreign coach. I'm sure if ppl like Morten Frost, Han Jian, Li Mao and Rexy get to truly speak their mind and reveal the going-on in BAM and NSC, it would make very interesting reading news.
10-10-2011, 06:32 PM #84
I think all those trains under Rexy should vote Zul out next election. That will teach him a lesson to shut up. lol.
10-10-2011, 07:11 PM #85
Anyway, I think BAM is rich to top up the gap. This NSC is also brainless. They put money on football which is not world class. After winning a regional competition, big huha as if they won a world cup. Shame. I think those football junkies brain is also distorted.
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