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    Default BAM: Who's the preferred NEW coach?

    I personally would prefer someone that was once a great player to handle MS coaching job. Someone like Zhao Jian Hua or Yang Yang is definitely preferable.....anyway anyone knows what's going on for this two former world champion?

    In my opinion, despite the fact that Li Mao is unquestionable good at coaching the skills, physical fitness, analysing opponents' weakness and planning game strategy for MS. but he may not be an expert when it comes to handling the enormous pressure when playing against or as World No.1 because Li Mao was never on top of the ranking ladder (very crucial because if one can't handle pressure, hell breaks loose in one's game and no matter how good he is, his game is definitely going down the drain)......and only players like Rexy, ZJH, YY can enlighten LCW or the new bloods in handling the gigantic pressure to be or beat world number 1 because they had been there too and lingered at the sweet spot for years......

    I deeply believe that LCW's downfall of lately is due to not being able to manage the pressure and the fear of losing his game as a World Chamipon especially to Lin Dan. When the fear and pressure caught up with LCW, all unforced errors would flow in a natural manner and no matter what he did, everything seemed not going the right way as it should. (thats when all of us got so frustrated and bashed him) It has got nothing to do with LCW's skills, stamina or whatever injury. The case that LCW suffers is totally different from our Yoyo Expert Hafiz (all he needs is to run 400km/day and go to gym 36hrs/day ).

    Another thing that I've noticed about our MAS players is that they seemed to freak out and lose their concentration as well as consistency of their game when playing under tremendous pressure and team events; e.g. thomas cup/asian games.

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    Hmmm....There's no sign BAM wanna sign a foreigner to coach the MS......

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    i guess then we have to go with Rashid rather than his elder brother.

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    rashid is a good choice...
    i think he can do something..
    his back up squad under him was quite good also wad..

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    I would prefer foreign coach like Yang Yang, Han Jian or Zhao Jian Hua.

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    Smile i think Tong Sinfu

    i think Tong Sinfu.
    he was succed when he coach indonesia, now when he is in china,
    you can see the result. right?

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    i think rashid is suitable since he is a good player n has many experience
    julia wong also improve a lot under him
    ya i also think tat MAS players lack d mental strenght
    they should learn hw 2 handle pressure well

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    Li Mao presence definately has helped alot in the Mens department. No doubt he produces Champions in the past and even helped our LCW into higher ground. But what he did not manage to do is to upgrade and produce great PLAYERS. I say PLAYERS what i mean the others like KBH , HAFIZ and the rest did not manage to step up. For example REXY, he did manage to upgrade our Mens Department OVERALL and not focused only in one pair.
    Let you guys decide weather LI Mao is a good coach or not. IMO he is good but not great enough to produce KillerS on court.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Li Mao presence definately has helped alot in the Mens department. No doubt he produces Champions in the past and even helped our LCW into higher ground. But what he did not manage to do is to upgrade and produce great PLAYERS. I say PLAYERS what i mean the others like KBH , HAFIZ and the rest did not manage to step up. For example REXY, he did manage to upgrade our Mens Department OVERALL and not focused only in one pair.
    Let you guys decide weather LI Mao is a good coach or not. IMO he is good but not great enough to produce KillerS on court.
    well then, who would you say is a great coach?
    judging on recent results, i would say rexy and tan kim her are up there as well.
    is LYB a good coach, or does he just have some amazing talent in the squad with thousands more waiting to break into the squad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Li Mao presence definately has helped alot in the Mens department. No doubt he produces Champions in the past and even helped our LCW into higher ground. But what he did not manage to do is to upgrade and produce great PLAYERS. I say PLAYERS what i mean the others like KBH , HAFIZ and the rest did not manage to step up. For example REXY, he did manage to upgrade our Mens Department OVERALL and not focused only in one pair.
    Let you guys decide weather LI Mao is a good coach or not. IMO he is good but not great enough to produce KillerS on court.
    two thumbs up !!! thats wat i thought.....and i think BAM was also thinking the same thing, thats the reason why the contract wasnt renewed. BAM was just waiting Li Mao to quit. It's a better, indirect and more polite way to say we dont need you anymore.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz
    well then, who would you say is a great coach?
    judging on recent results, i would say rexy and tan kim her are up there as well.
    is LYB a good coach, or does he just have some amazing talent in the squad with thousands more waiting to break into the squad.
    CHI has 1.3 billion ppl and generally chinese has a better gifted talent than malaysian. Just imagine China as brazil in football while Malaysia is some European country.

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    is Han Jian, Yang yang and Zhao Jian Hua coaching badminton now? If yes, for which country??? NSC and BAM should consider seriously in hiring them to uplift the standard and spirit of MAS MS team..... but its sad to hear that they are heading towards no foreign coach policy.....

    LCW + Rashid...... = another legendary player in the making??? what do you all think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfa2
    CHI has 1.3 billion ppl and generally chinese has a better gifted talent than malaysian. Just imagine China as brazil in football while Malaysia is some European country.
    that brings up a really good point.

    so why is China so bad with football? football is immensely popular in China, there are almost TV stations dedicated for it (or at least it feels that way). with 1.3billion ppl, surely they can surpass Brazil, or Italy? or Portugal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun
    that brings up a really good point.

    so why is China so bad with football? football is immensely popular in China, there are almost TV stations dedicated for it (or at least it feels that way). with 1.3billion ppl, surely they can surpass Brazil, or Italy? or Portugal?
    ya true also
    maybe it's because it's harder to train a group of people to work together as a team in football.
    badminton is more to an individual event
    so it is easier
    or maybe because they don't have talented football players unlike badminton players which they have a lot untill can export to other countries
    hehe
    just my opinion

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun
    that brings up a really good point.

    so why is China so bad with football? football is immensely popular in China, there are almost TV stations dedicated for it (or at least it feels that way). with 1.3billion ppl, surely they can surpass Brazil, or Italy? or Portugal?
    I did mention that CHI has a better gifted talent in badminton, didnt I? but not in football for CHI.....

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    Another reason why LCW needs a new coach with wisdom coz way of playing single is evolving in to double's play.....
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=40603

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun
    that brings up a really good point.

    so why is China so bad with football? football is immensely popular in China, there are almost TV stations dedicated for it (or at least it feels that way). with 1.3billion ppl, surely they can surpass Brazil, or Italy? or Portugal?


    Very thought provoking statement. It has been said that majority does not necessary mean right and numbers do not constitute winners. A lot of factors contribute to a nation churning out champions. India's population exceeds a billion and where is India in the world map of sports ???

    Besides a talented & successful player need not necessary end up being a good coach. They are already natural talents and may not know to transfer them to others.

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