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    my suggestion:
    koo kien keat
    lee wan wah
    wong choon hann
    mohd fairuzizuan
    wong mew choo

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    i hope i'm not too late!!! my suggestion:
    chan chong ming<= rising star's partner?
    koo kien keit<= rising star
    wong mew choo<= top women's singles
    chin ee hui<= same as below :P
    wong pei tty<= SEA games champ. one of the best women's doubles.
    wong choong han!!! <= good in both studies and badminton!!! super role model!! whoop!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gemini12
    I am a fan of our Malaysian Badminton Team and I have followed their up and down for many many years. i hope that our team will be able to do well this year and i would like to invite readers to contribute their thought on our Malaysian Players whether it is tournaments,Training, Attitude and Attribute, Malaysian Badminton Rumours and Development.

    For years, we have been trying to produce a champion to end China Dominance but we have not been very successful. The Best we have now is Lee Chong Wei whom i admire most but he too have difficulty when faces the Chinese Team.

    Our Womens whom we have Wong Mew Choo who have tried her best to put our Malaysian Flags up also find it difficult to beat some of the world top ten players.

    What exactly do we need?

    Could it be the training? could it be we dont have a large pool of talents?
    hey
    I've been a fan since i was little!i remember watching Malaysia won Thomas Cup in 1992. i was 7!i don't think i understand anything back then, just went on cheering for the Team LIKE MAD with my daddy lol

    As for answering 'what do we need'..i'm no professional but i think the players need a new environment. like nicol David.she trains in England or somewhere like it, kan? well, may be we can try a new environment.but it will be costly for sure..

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    oh..i forgot, they have to mentaly strong too. they tend to get carried away by leading in points, bias lines-men(is that what you call them?sounds weird la..correct me if i'm wrong lol) and all..

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    My suggestion:
    Lee Chong Wei
    Wong Choong Hann
    Wong Mew Choo
    Chin Ee Hui
    Wong Pei Thy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz
    Malaysia - 24m
    China - 1300m
    South Korea - 48m
    Japan - 127m
    Indonesia - 244m
    Denmark - 5m
    i dun think this is the factor while you look at the population of Denmark, yet they've produced excellent players like Morten Frost, Poul-Erik Hoyer Larsen and Peter Gade. As our youth & sports minister datuk azalina said, population is not the factor, when you look at Korea's 48m population compared with Indonesia's 244m, and you compare their football team achievement.

    For our boys, mental strength is the biggest problem especially when you look at our double players. We can produce top junior players, but why we can't produce top senior player? That's the question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fishnet wen*yi
    i hope i'm not too late!!! my suggestion:
    chan chong ming<= rising star's partner?
    koo kien keit<= rising star
    some said that chan chong ming is actually dragging back kkk's development

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyet
    some said that chan chong ming is actually dragging back kkk's development
    rexy already sent them to psycologist rite..

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyet
    some said that chan chong ming is actually dragging back kkk's development
    Where did u get that source? Care to elaborate on it? why CCM is dragging KKK's development.
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    Personally i think we have the best training facilities compare to other countries.We even have many imported coaches as well. Not only that, we do have goverment support too. The only setback we face is that not enough pool of players, and probably a little of mental challenges. But this can be prevented if the future young guns are groomed properly. I can see this happening. We still need more players in the grassroots and 2nd fiddles plus more support to groom them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Where did u get that source? Care to elaborate on it? why CCM is dragging KKK's development.
    this is what my friend told me, I'm not very clear also. My friend is also a badminton player who played with LCW during secondary school years. He said CCM limits KKK to go greater height, or we can say if KKK is partnered with someone like Cheah Soon Kit then maybe he can grow faster.

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    i would say that there r many good malaysian players but only few of them would sacrifice their future for badminton. some of my ex-schoolmates were state player, but they gave up to be fulltime national players for an oversea education. just imagine what can u do after 30+? to be a couch and what else? how much can u earn as compare to those engineers, doctors, lawyers ...etc. this is the typical malaysian mentality.....including me as well .

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyet
    this is what my friend told me, I'm not very clear also. My friend is also a badminton player who played with LCW during secondary school years. He said CCM limits KKK to go greater height, or we can say if KKK is partnered with someone like Cheah Soon Kit then maybe he can grow faster.

    I don't think it's CCM fault, but i really believe in the Jedi & Padawan combo!

    Wuuuuaaaaagggggghhhhhhhh

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    Quote Originally Posted by tutu_h
    i would say that there r many good malaysian players but only few of them would sacrifice their future for badminton. some of my ex-schoolmates were state player, but they gave up to be fulltime national players for an oversea education. just imagine what can u do after 30+? to be a couch and what else? how much can u earn as compare to those engineers, doctors, lawyers ...etc. this is the typical malaysian mentality.....including me as well .
    yeah!! that kills a lot of potential world champions like tutu_h...

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyet
    yeah!! that kills a lot of potential world champions like tutu_h...
    unfortunately i'm not and will never be but i am a professional "Spectator cum Supporter" .

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