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Thread: Professional Player's Best Coach
03-15-2007, 01:55 PM #35
Originally Posted by eguitarcoolboy
03-15-2007, 03:01 PM #36
Originally Posted by OneToughBirdie
Back to your points here. Sorry for misleading you but I am not talking about LCW's performance drops coz of the departure of LMao or he is not trained under LMao and I am not bashing LCW, I am just trying to tell some people here that if you really wanna support one player then support him even more when he is not producing result, not just saying stuff like LCW is superman, he's the hope of MAS MS etc when he is on top and bash him when he is having a bad time. And you know what, that's only been less than a year! Come on man, if you really like Badminton, then watch the game without caring who is playing on the court. If you really like the players, support them when they are winning and be a bit more considerate when they are having bad days + support them more!!
I like LCW, he is one of the great. He is just having a bad time and people blame him for not delivering? And comparing him to other top players?? HE IS LCW!! Not LD, BCL or PG or TH, why he should be as good as LD or the others?? Isn't he one different individual from the above and has his own strengths that others do not have?? Sorry it's a bit off topic here and I will shut up.
03-16-2007, 05:38 AM #37
LCW is suffering from lost of confidence now. His skills is still there. Wong Tat Meng needs to boost up LCW confidence. As a coach, he needs to be a guidance to LCW ON and OFF court. LCW shares a special bond with Li Mao. Definitely, Li Mao is a very good coach. Wong Tat Meng should do more if he wants to replace Li Mao in LCW's heart. He should understand LCW feelings and helps him to solve them.
06-18-2012, 08:20 AM #38
does anyone has any idea who the coach for the korea team WS is?
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