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    Quote Originally Posted by senior888 View Post
    As I have stated in my earlier postings, LCW is presently most business
    minded and is in it for the money. He is quite lucky that at the tail end of his
    career, badminton leagues are sprouting everywhere. - money, money, money
    and money!!!
    But I have to admit, he deserves everything he's getting but the taxman will
    disagree...
    Agree LCW deserves his rewards, he earns them. Those clown coaches and previous BAM management are just there to ride along, LCW makes the job easy and wins for them, they just yawn and collect the easy pay cheque.
    As for LCW is in it for the money, I can't blame him. You and I would do the same if we are him. He is a pro player, no win, no pay, this is his livelihood. For 1 LCW, there were countless others who makes nothing and going nowhere when they retire. This is risky business to invest your youth chasing this dream.
    BAM setup the pay scheme, LCW happens to play for the right country and he is talented, work very hard and smart to reap the rewards. His other MD comrades, have the talent but stupidly lazy, and missed this golden opportunity.
    Just that so many forumers are so concerned that LCW would fade and lose and gotten beat up eventually, and should retire while on top now. What a bunch of baloney. LCW is thinking 'how can I make money?', 'show me the money and I come play leaque/exhibition, even XD', time is running out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    Refering to LCW's father's remarriage, as reported by chinese newspaper

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    the coming of second lee chong wei... indeed Steven Lee is doing what BAM not able to do, lee chong wei no.2 !

    hopefully in 20years time, we will be seeing steven lee's son #1 in BWF ranking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Refering to LCW's father's remarriage, as reported by chinese newspaper
    PETALING JAYA: Badminton ace Datuk Lee Chong Wei’s father, Lee Ah Chai has caused a stir again on social media after he posted a photo of him and a woman posing in wedding attire on his Facebook page on Friday.
    Social media was abuzz with the news from the father of the country’s top shuttler.
    A picture uploaded by Lee Ah Chai, father of badminton ace Datuk Lee Chong Wei, on the former's Facebook page.


    Many netizens showered Ah Chai with best wishes and congratulatory messages while some teased him for being high profile and even took a few digs at him.


    Responding to a post on Kwong Wah Yit Poh’s Facebook page that generated 353 comments , 1,259 shares and about 4,000 likes, Ah Chai also known as Steven Lee said he did not care about what other Facebook users had said of him and that he believed in retribution for those who had badmouthed him.
    “Do you know my family matters? If something happens to you and others, who have no idea of what is going on, start saying such things about you, then you will understand (my feelings),” he said.
    Regarding comments that he was high profile, Lee said he simply wanted to share the news with his friends on Facebook.
    Prior to the posting of the photo from a purported wedding shoot, Ah Chai had also posted another photo which showed him in a tuxedo with a bowtie.


    The woman in the purported wedding photo has appeared in several other photos taken with Ah Chai, which he had posted on his Facebook page. On it, his status showed that he was “in a relationship”.


    Ah Chai, who has enjoyed the limelight for being Chong Wei’s father, had reportedly divorced Chong Wei’s mother in April last year. He has since lived in his Bukit Mertajam home in Penang alone.
    In 2012, Ah Chai made headlines when he was reported to have attempted to jump from a bridge in Penang due to family problems.

    http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Natio...er-to-remarry/

    No wonder Datuk said he got many personal problems recently

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    PETALING JAYA: Badminton ace Datuk Lee Chong Wei’s father, Lee Ah Chai has caused a stir again on social media after he posted a photo of him and a woman posing in wedding attire on his Facebook page on Friday.
    Social media was abuzz with the news from the father of the country’s top shuttler.
    A picture uploaded by Lee Ah Chai, father of badminton ace Datuk Lee Chong Wei, on the former's Facebook page.


    Many netizens showered Ah Chai with best wishes and congratulatory messages while some teased him for being high profile and even took a few digs at him.


    Responding to a post on Kwong Wah Yit Poh’s Facebook page that generated 353 comments , 1,259 shares and about 4,000 likes, Ah Chai also known as Steven Lee said he did not care about what other Facebook users had said of him and that he believed in retribution for those who had badmouthed him.
    “Do you know my family matters? If something happens to you and others, who have no idea of what is going on, start saying such things about you, then you will understand (my feelings),” he said.
    Regarding comments that he was high profile, Lee said he simply wanted to share the news with his friends on Facebook.
    Prior to the posting of the photo from a purported wedding shoot, Ah Chai had also posted another photo which showed him in a tuxedo with a bowtie.


    The woman in the purported wedding photo has appeared in several other photos taken with Ah Chai, which he had posted on his Facebook page. On it, his status showed that he was “in a relationship”.


    Ah Chai, who has enjoyed the limelight for being Chong Wei’s father, had reportedly divorced Chong Wei’s mother in April last year. He has since lived in his Bukit Mertajam home in Penang alone.
    In 2012, Ah Chai made headlines when he was reported to have attempted to jump from a bridge in Penang due to family problems.

    http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Natio...er-to-remarry/

    No wonder Datuk said he got many personal problems recently
    steven lee is more handsome than datuklee...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    if LCW retires, it will prove again that he is weak in the mental side of things.

    he is a national icon and so far he has been capitalizing on that one fact. commercial and banners across the country bring in all the money for him so he can buy his sports car and live like a king.

    this is all possible because he is still playing, and winning. and the country love him. but fans have short memory, once he is out of the spot light, sponsors will go away as well. and so will his lifestyle.

    there is some talk about him coaching the younger generation, i don't see that happening. coaching is tough life and simply don't pay enough i am afraid. he will be on contract and salary and will have to continuously deal with idiots in BAM. not the best type of life.

    i do see him opening badminton club, following the example of Taufik and others. I don't know how much revenue that will generate though, and I honestly doubt he will be very involved in the running of such a club himself.

    all these retirement is just a smoke screen. as long has he is still winning, i don't think that will happen.
    Quote Originally Posted by OneToughBirdie View Post
    This is what I have saying for so long...LCW is a pro player, collect all those ringgit and SS/SSP while the going is still good, if CHC is absent so much the better and say thanmk you to LYB being generous. LCW once said he may passed up SSF, I posted there is no way he would not play in the SSF, the field is so weak, easy money and playing at home. After playing days is over, play the political connection card and Malaysian style business, even play politics. If you think Malaysian politics does not make money, check it out. Make sure you align yourself with the winning horse
    with that recent retiring statement made, it will take off some pressure from now onwards and he will continue to play unless he found another money making machine OBT, he will make a bad politician but if he's in, mostly probably they will put him in penang. With his popularity he will be able to kick out those opposition parties and hell will break loose after that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SibugiChai View Post
    the coming of second lee chong wei... indeed Steven Lee is doing what BAM not able to do, lee chong wei no.2 !

    hopefully in 20years time, we will be seeing steven lee's son #1 in BWF ranking.
    even better because not 100% Malaysian

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    even better because not 100% Malaysian
    apparently BAM failure to produce de next lee chong wei forces Steven Lee to do it once more... its not easy for someone his age

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    Quote Originally Posted by SibugiChai View Post
    steven lee is more handsome than datuklee...
    Handsome?
    Really?

    He looks like an old man wearing excessive make-up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    Handsome?
    Really?

    He looks like an old man wearing excessive make-up.
    hahaha or somebody who just saw a ghost

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    even better because not 100% Malaysian
    BAM maybe wanna consider contracting Steven Lee for his genes to produce another LCW since BAM coaches cannot produce a world class player despite given all those WJC, AJC talents to work with
    Steven wife looks like a mainland chinese. LYB beware MAS gets the best of both...LCW and LD combination, now not sure if it is left handed or right handed

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    Steven's wife is a local from Bukit Mertajam.....28 yrs old only

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    We shouldn't talk about people's personal life. This is after all LCW thread.
    If want to talk about Steven Lee, maybe can open a thread for him with the title :
    Steven Lee - producing the next WR#1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    We shouldn't talk about people's personal life. This is after all LCW thread.
    If want to talk about Steven Lee, maybe can open a thread for him with the title :
    Steven Lee - producing the next WR#1.
    that's a great idea,anyone 1st?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bayanbaru View Post
    Steven's wife is a local from Bukit Mertajam.....28 yrs old only
    That's good, his precious genes will not get into other nation hand.

    Hopefully she can produce 10 more lee Chong Wei. Indeed a great sacrifices for the nation

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    that's a great idea,anyone 1st?
    I guess we are not that interested in his father than in him.

    Haha

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