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06-10-2012, 11:14 AM #8178
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06-10-2012, 08:38 PM #8180
More Disruption to LCW's Olympic Preparation
Whether the suicide issue is true or not, Ah Chai has admitted to family problems. The face says it all.
It seems the disruptions and interruptions to LCW's Olympic preparations never fails to end.
By the looks of things, if both mother and daughter are not on speaking terms with father, this must have been going on for some time already. And also maybe one of the reasons LCW got his ankle injury, due to lack of focus or rather trying to focus, during his match against PG, but mind was on his family problems back home. It's not that far-fetched. Really. Furthermore, LCW keeps a lot of things to himself. Wong Mew Choo said that before.
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06-11-2012, 04:11 AM #8191
Chong Wei’s dad causes stir
BUKIT MERTAJAM: The father of national shuttler Datuk Lee Chong Wei caused a stir when he suddenly stopped his car at the Penang Bridge, leading to speculation that he had intended to commit suicide.
However, Lee Ah Chai, 59, denied that he wanted to kill himself, saying he decided to go to the bridge yesterday morning after finding it difficult to sleep.
“A patrol car stopped nearby and the policemen wanted to see my MyKad. They asked if I was drunk, which I denied. I offered to undergo a breathalyser test,” he added.
It's all just a misunderstanding. I’ll look after myself as I want to live to a ripe old age. —LEE AH CHAI
Ah Chai, a pensioner, said the policemen then told him he was not supposed to stop at the bridge and took him to the police station.
“It's all just a misunderstanding. I'll look after myself as I want to live to a ripe old age,” he explained in a telephone conversation with state Youth, Sports and Community Development Committee chairman Lydia Ong.
Reporters who were trying to reach Ah Chai after news broke of an alleged suicide attempt by a man said to be Chong Wei's father had sought Ong's help.
Police sources in Bukit Mertajam had earlier revealed that a man had been crying alone along the coastal area near a shopping mall in Bayan Lepas.
They said he was spotted at about 7.30am and police managed to coax him to return to his home on the mainland.
The sources said the man, who cited family problems, was then escorted in his Perodua Viva back via the Penang Bridge when he suddenly stopped his car and walked out. Police then went to get hold of the man.
Central Seberang Prai OCPD Asst Comm Azman Abd Lah said the man was discharged from hospital several hours after being referred for treatment.
He said police had not classified the case as attempted suicide.
here : The Star
06-11-2012, 05:29 AM #8192
06-11-2012, 09:17 AM #8193
The Star Online > Sports
Monday June 11, 2012
Family problem adds to Chong Wei’s mounting woes
By RAJES PAUL
KUALA LUMPUR: Misfortune continues to dog world No. 1 Lee Chong Wei even as he tries to conquer adversity in his quest for Olympic gold.
Just coming out of his injury woes ahead of the London Games, Chong Wei has been hit with more turmoil – an unfortunate family problem this time.
Yesterday, his father Lee Ah Chai allegedly attempted to commit suicide but was foiled by the police in Penang.
Just weeks before, at the Thomas Cup Finals in Wuhan, Chong Wei shed tears of agony when he tore his ligament in his ankle, dealing a blow to his hopes of leading Malaysia’s hunt for the elusive Olympic gold in London.
Earlier in March, he had to concede a walkover to his nemesis Lin Dan of China in the All-England final because of a shoulder injury.
Chong Wei, who is in a race against time to recover from his ankle injury and go into rigorous training, certainly does not need any unwarranted distractions.
But national coach Tey Seu Bock has complete faith in the player’s ability to stay rock solid during this critical period of preparation for the Olympic badminton competition at the Wembley Arena from July 28 to Aug 5.
All Seu Bock wants is for Chong Wei to be given the space to focus on his challenging mission to beat the formidable China stars to the gold.
The road to London seems to be getting tougher by the day but Seu Bock believes that Chong Wei has the fortitude and courage to overcome the trials and tribulations.
Seu Bock acknowledged that Chong Wei, as a national hero and superstar, would be the cynosure of all eyes, especially as there were high hopes that he would deliver gold in London.
“He can’t help but be in the spotlight and that is so very stressful,” he said.
“He deserves his privacy as he has sacrificed so much for the sport and brought glory to the country. He should be left alone to deal with his private matters.
“Chong Wei is a strong person and he will continue to stay focused in his preparation for the London Games.”
Seu Bock said Chong Wei had only taken baby steps in his rehabilitation programme since suffering the injury in the match against Peter-Gade Christensen in the quarter-final tie against Denmark at Wuhan.
“He is currently engaged in light training and the focus for now is on his upper body movements. He diligently goes for his rehabilitation programme and is working really hard,” said Seu Bock.
“We don’t know when he will be able to begin full-time training but it is good to see little improvements. What he needs right now is positive support so he can focus on the Olympics.”
06-11-2012, 10:23 AM #8194
Still high hopes of delivering the golld medal when he is just taking "baby steps" towards recovery and has not gone back to real training with the London Olympics looming.
And now his stress level is compounded by this unwanted family publicity! How can anyone in his sound mind expect him to deliver gold? I think he would have done well to have reached the semis!
God help LCW!
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