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02-02-2006, 08:42 AM #1
Eng Hian Out
Eng hian Out from pbsi since 1 Feb 2006. Now he is waiting for job from overseas. The rumour Eng Hian will Germany or Malaysia. Salam dari Budi Sg for Ko Didi
02-02-2006, 10:02 AM #2
Really? any reason why? I thought he was out with injury
Originally Posted by dugz86
02-02-2006, 12:55 PM #3
Lack of result, probably. Also, no new partner lined up following Flandy.
May be England'll snatch him up. Didn't he and Flandy represent England for a short time a few years back?
02-03-2006, 06:37 AM #4
I found an article (in Indon) from www.bolanews.com about eng hian's retirement from Pelatnas
Eng Hian Keluar, Flandy Bertahan
Awal tahun lalu, Eng Hian menempati rumah baru disertai tekad ingin mengukir prestasi cemerlang. Sayang, kariernya sepanjang tahun 2005 meredup. Per 1 Februari, Eng Hian pun memutuskan hengkang dari Pelatnas Cipayung.
Meski sudah kesiangan, Eng Hian berangkat ke Pelatnas Cipayung dari rumahnya di kawasan Legenda Wisata, Cibubur, Jakarta Timur, dengan tenang. Pria asal Solo yang akrab disapa Didi itu datang ke tempatnya berlatih sejak 1995 itu tanpa diliputi rasa khawatir ditegur Christian Hadinata dan pelatih lain akibat datang terlambat.
Hari itu, Rabu (1/2), Didi datang untuk menyerahkan surat pengunduran dirinya.
“Tentang pengunduran diri, saya tidak masalah. Yang saya sangat kecewa adalah caranya,” ujar Didi gusar.
Di awal bulan Januari, Didi dan mitranya Flandy Limpele dipanggil menghadap Rudy Hartono (Ketua Bidang Pembinaan Prestasi dan Pelatnas), Lius Pongoh (Ketua Sub-Bidang Pelatnas) dan Christian. Menurut Didi, ia dihadapkan pada dua pilihan, yaitu didegradasi atau mengundurkan diri.
Alasan PBSI memberinya dua pilihan adalah dibanding Flandy, ia dianggap tak bisa berprestasi lagi.
“Mengapa tidak diberikan peringatan sejak jauh-jauh hari? Kenapa tidak bilang dari kemarin-kemarin?” ungkap suami Muliyaningsih Baiin itu.
Ia pun mengakui komunikasi dengan Flandy sudah lama tak jalan. Harapan untuk mendapatkan solusi melalui Christian tidak juga didapatkan. Konon usai Indonesia Terbuka 2005, Didi telah menanyakan alternatif pada Christian, misalnya dengan mendapatkan pasangan baru karena komunikasi dengan Flandy sudah tidak jalan sama sekali.
Namun, tidak ada tanggapan dari pihak pelatih. Keadaan menggantung dan kondisi yang tidak nyaman itu sendirilah yang membuat Didi dengan tekad bulat memilih mundur.
“Apa sih artinya saya? Hanya meraih medali perunggu Olimpiade,” ujarnya pelan.
Meski harus hengkang dari Cipayung dengan tidak mengenakkan, Didi berusaha menatap masa depan dengan optimistis. Ayah Queencyla Zefanya Dylian Madeline Eng itu belum ingin meninggalkan dunia bulutangkis yang membesarkan namanya.
“Sekarang saya kembali dulu ke klub Djarum, asal saya. Kalau ada tawaran yang menarik di luar negeri, pasti saya mau. Saya punya tekad untuk mengalahkan anak-anak pelatnas, membuktikan saya masih mampu,” kata Didi lagi.
Kabarnya ada tawaran menarik dari Jerman, namun belum ada kelanjutannya. Ia bahkan diisukan telah hengkang ke Malaysia. “Kalau ditawari menjadi pelatih, saya belum ingin. Saya masih ingin main,” tegasnya.
02-03-2006, 07:17 AM #5
come to malaysia partner chew choon eng?? both of them without partner..
02-03-2006, 07:37 AM #6
anyone can help to translate the article?
02-03-2006, 10:29 PM #7
OMG so sucks..
i can't believe that. i hate PBSI.
PBSI never "bijaksana for decision making.
eng hian tetep smangat yaaaaaaaaaa
Originally Posted by sugar_free
02-03-2006, 10:52 PM #8
I believe politics is killing badminton.
even in IBF itself, there are lotta politics
02-04-2006, 11:48 PM #9
why it happened...... i luv eng hian and flandy...
02-06-2006, 09:45 PM #10
Ya ... I've read this news in Malaysian newspaper. What a pity ..... Eng Hian is a good player. However, some player may not have good result sometimes. But PBSI should not fired him. He may have good result later then... or just like Malaysia Team, they still need the vateran for sparring with yougsters.
BTW, why Eng Hian has no Indon name? "Eng Hian" is his chinese name right?
If I were Yap Kim Hock, I will take Eng Hian to Malaysia.
Last edited by alloh; 02-06-2006 at 09:52 PM.
02-09-2006, 09:18 AM #11
Originally Posted by double
Eng Hian Out, Flandy Staying
Early last year, Eng Hian moved to a new house with a resolution to make brilliant achievement. Unfortunately, his career during the year 2005 was not as bright. On Feb 1, Eng Hian then decided to quit Pelatnas Cipayung.
Even though he was late, Eng Hian went to Pelatanas Cipayung from his home in Legenda Wisata, Cibubur, Jakarta Timur, calmly. Eng Hian, often called Didi, went to his training place since 1995 without worrying that he would be admonished by Christian Hadinata and other coaches due to his lateness.
Hari itu, Rabu (1/2), Didi datang untuk menyerahkan surat pengunduran dirinya.
On Wednesday (1/2) Didi submitted a letter indicating his resignation.
"About me resigning, I have no problem. What I am disappointed in is the way (he was being made to resign)," said Didi grumpily.
Early in January, Didi and his partner Flandy Limpele was called to see Rudy Hartono, Lius Pongoh and Christian. According to Didi, he was faced with two choices, either being degraded or resigning.
PBSI's reason giving him the choices is that compared to Flandy, he was not achieving that much any more.
"Why wasn't I warned earlier? Why wasn't I told earlier?" said Muliyaningsih Baiin's husband.
He also admitted that it's been a while since he was not communicating that well with Flandy. He couldn't get a solution from Christian either. After Indonesia Open 2005, Didi has asked for alternatives from Christian, for example by getting a new partner since he really couldn't communicate with Flandy anymore.
However, there is no respond from the coach. Such a hanging and awkward condition makes Didi choose to resign.
"What am I? I only could get the Olympic bronze medal," he said slowly.
Even though he had to resign from Cipayung with such a manner, Didi tried to see his future optimistically. He still didn't want to leave the badminton world.
"Now I am going back first to Djarum club, where I was from. If there is a nice offer from abroad, I would definitely take it. I have a goal to beat the Pelatnas members, just to prove that I am still able to do that," Didi said again.
It's heard that there is a nice offer from Germany, but there is still no confirmation. It's also rumoured that he has moved to Malaysia. "If I am offered to become a coach, I wouldn't accept it. I still want to play," he said.
02-09-2006, 09:56 AM #12
magical_phoenix, thank you very much!!
02-16-2006, 04:08 AM #13
hey tell him come to singapore.we badly need good doubles players
02-16-2006, 12:39 PM #14
Where would he be able to find a partner of his skill level in order to beat the players from Pelatnas? Maybe Malaysia?
03-05-2006, 09:19 AM #15
ya maybe but i think malaysia has alot of really good mens doubles players at the moment.and many of them are young talent.so they may not want to take eng hian but groom this players.
03-05-2006, 06:45 PM #16
Eng Hian is really really sharp in the forecourt... Any youngster who has the
chance to pair with him is definitely lucky. It is very important for Young players to have the chance to pair with gurus. They will improve much faster this way than just listening to the coaches. Just see what happened to Howard Bach after he paired up with Tony.
Originally Posted by shawn30_k
03-06-2006, 12:23 AM #17
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