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    Default gade and KJ : indonesia badminton super liague

    Gade and KJ are interested to play in Indonesia badminton super liague,

    gade wants 80 million rupiahs/month (8000 US$/mo) sallary

    i think only few clubs (Bimantara,jayaraya and djarum) can afford it

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    Quote Originally Posted by taufik-ist
    Gade and KJ are interested to play in Indonesia badminton super liague,

    gade wants 80 million rupiahs/month (8000 US$/mo) sallary

    i think only few clubs (Bimantara,jayaraya and djarum) can afford it
    $8000US a month?!?! holy...thats a lot of money, althought not compared to some sports

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgao_net
    $8000US a month?!?! holy...thats a lot of money, althought not compared to some sports
    ya... gade said that... he's really interested.. but still wants big salary you can read it at http://www.kompas.com

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    is that comparable to what the other big players are paid? or is he asking for a lot more than normal?

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    Default I think that's a lot of money...

    Quote Originally Posted by jgao net
    $8000US a month?!?! holy...thats a lot of money, althought not compared to some sports
    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz
    is that comparable to what the other big players are paid? or is he asking for a lot more than normal?
    ...at least, for playing in Indonesia.. ..I guess PGade wants to get the same amt of salary as he's earning while playing in the Danish badminton league?!?!..
    *Btw, kwun/mods, don't know if you guys want to merge this thread/posts with the one in the Professional Players sub-forum??..as it's mentioning the same topic as well..

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    One of the Indonesian badminton club, Musica Champion Kudus is keen on getting Chen Hong who has just retired from Chinese National team (world Ranking No.4 ) and hoping to get Chen's participation in Indonesia Badminton Super League, according to Heryanto Arbi.

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    apparently, mas has no events such as this... sad thing.. sad case... haihz..

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    I just heard from Musica Champion people that Li Yongbo did not allow Chen Hong to compete in Indonesia's Superliga Badminton... [even though Chen has already retired from the national team, Li Yongbo still have the power to stop him from competing]...

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    Quote Originally Posted by taufik-ist
    Gade and KJ are interested to play in Indonesia badminton super liague,

    gade wants 80 million rupiahs/month (8000 US$/mo) sallary

    i think only few clubs (Bimantara,jayaraya and djarum) can afford it
    My info said: the club interested in hiring Peter Gade is Suryanaga Gudang Garam... [And I think they have the money...]

    PB. Tangkas [formerly Bimantara Tangkas and later Bogasari Tangkas]... mmm... I think they have some cash flow problems... They don't have money to hire a lot of expensive foreign players.

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    Default Indonesian League 2007 (Liga Indonesia)

    Hey everyone,

    I just got the news that Indonesia is going to organise Indonesian League where the big clubs in Indonesia is going to compete against each other. It will have Thomas/Uber Cup format and each club is entitled to two foreign players. The total prize is around USD 98,000.

    For the full story,

    http://www.badzine.info/content/view/244/2/

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    Default Preliminary round

    The preliminary round is set to start in 2 weeks. If I am not mistaken: April 3-7 in Surabaya. 11 clubs will compete for the last 3 spots of the male competition:
    PB Indocafe; Medan, North Sumatra
    PB Ratih; Banten
    PB Aufa; Jakarta
    PB Musica Champion; Central Java
    PB BPKD KuKar; East Kalimantan
    PB CBN Batam; Kepulauan Riau
    PB Wima; Surabaya, East Java
    PB Mutiara; Bandung, West Java
    PB Kotab Dishub; Bandung, West Java
    PB South Suco; South Sulawesi
    PB Randik; South Sumatra

    8 clubs will compete for the last 3 spots of the female competition:
    PB Indocafe; Medan, North Sumatra
    PB Ratih; Banten
    PB Bina Bangsa; Jakarta

    PB CBN Batam; Kepulauan Riau
    PB Semen Gresik; Surabaya, East Java
    PB Mutiara; Bandung, West Java
    PB Kotab Dishub; Bandung, West Java
    PB South Suco; South Sulawesi

    I predict the usual suspects will go through to the final round [in June 23rd - July 1]. By usual suspects, I mean: Mutiara Bandung and Ratih Banten.... both in the men and women event.

    The very last spot for the men's draw... maybe CBN Batam [Riau Kepulauan] or Musica Studios [Central Java]. Musica is full of former or current Djarum players who are not chosen to be part of the main team.

    The last ladies' spot... let me go with PB Semen Gresik. They have Aprillia Yuswandari who just won the German Junior...

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    does China or other country also has League ?
    hope this will bring improvement to us

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    Quote Originally Posted by udin_udik
    does China or other country also has League ?
    hope this will bring improvement to us
    INA is the first country to create Badminton League. Let's see how far this league will bring positive effect for INA bdm as globally!

    Last info -- MAS's Lee Tsuen Seng will join this Super League also VIE's Nguyen Tien Minh. Meanwhile, PG and KJ plus Chen Hong still waiting further confirmation.

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    Indonesia will be the first one in Southeast Asia. Japan already have a badminton league and the corporate sponsors are Sanyo, NEC, etc.

    Germany and Denmark has a badminton league, I am not sure about Holland, but I would say so. Denmark's league is very competitive and have helped develop the young Danish talents.

    Unfortunately, I can't say the same about the German league. They are waaayyy too dependent on foreign players. As a result, the local German players are not as well developed [yet]. I know they have improved their Thomas and Uber Cup standings in recent years, but not fast enough... [this is my opinion, of course]


    Other news:
    • Chen Hong was not allowed to play by Li Yongbo. No surprise there...
    • Peter Gade and Kenneth J. wanted to play, but not this year. This year the schedule is too tight and they want to spend time with their family. [I can understand that]
    • Lee Tsuen S. will play for Musica Champions.
    • Nguyen T. will play for that Kalimantan club [forgot the name... sorry]
    • Preliminary round will be in Surabaya next week...
    • For further updates, the newest news [in Indonesian] will be at www.bulutangkis.com

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    Superliga Badminton
    Tsuen Seng Ramaikan Persaingan

    Djarum Superliga Badminton dipastikan bakal berjalan sengit. Kepastian itu didapat setelah pemain nomor empat Malaysia, Lee Tsuen Seng, bakal membela klub Musica Champion Kudus, Jawa Tengah. Siapa lagi yang akan berlaga?

    Tsuen Seng kini membela klub KLRC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Dia menduduki peringkat 21 dunia. Prestasi spektakulernya adalah ketika mengalahkan Taufik Hidayat pada final Piala Thomas 2002 di Guangzhou, Cina, meski akhirnya Malaysia dikalahkan Indonesia 2-3.

    Selain Lee Tsuen Seng, menurut Ario Satrio Prakoso, Wakil Direktur Operasional Badan Liga, Superliga Badminton juga akan dibanjiri pemain asing. Memang para pemain itu belum mencapai level papan atas dunia, namun kehadiran mereka tentu akan menambah persaingan.

    Pemain asal Vietnam, Nguyen Tien Minh, bakal membela klub BPKD Kutai Kartanegara, Kalimantan Timur. Pemain kelahiran 12 Februari 1983 itu pada Asian Games XV Doha tampil mengejutkan. Pemain yang berdomisili di Ho Chi Minh itu mengalahkan Lee Hyun-il (Korea) dan Boonsak Ponsana (Thailand) di nomor beregu.

    “Kedua pemain itu sudah pasti bakal tampil di Surabaya. Sementara itu, klub-klub lain juga terus memburu pemain dunia untuk tampil di Superliga Badminton,” tambah Ario.

    CBN Mundur

    Djarum Superliga Badminton dimulai dengan menggelar babak kualifikasi di GOR Sudirman Surabaya, 3-7 April. Sebanyak 10 klub putra dan 7 putri dari berbagai daerah di Tanah Air tampil untuk mencari tiga tiket putra-putri ke Putaran Final di Jakarta, 21 Juni–1 Juli.

    Tiga klub putra-putri itu nanti akan menggenapi lima klub utama yang sudah lolos langsung ke Putaran Final. Mereka adalah Tangkas Jakarta, Jayaraya Jakarta, SGS Bandung, Djarum Kudus, dan Suryanaga Surabaya. Format liga menggunakan sistem seperti Piala Thomas di putra dan Piala Uber (putri).

    Sebenarnya ada klub CBN Batam, yang di awal mau ikut, namun karena ada persyaratan maksimal klub merekrut dua pemain asing, mereka akhirnya memilih mundur. “Tim putra-putri CBN mengundurkan diri karena tidak memiliki pemain,” jelas Ario.

    Klub Ratih Banten juga tak mau kalah. Mereka mendatangkan dua pemain asal Jepang. Dua pemain asal Negeri Sakura itu merupakan hasil negosiasi yang dilakukan Reony Mainay, yang sebelumnya pernah melatih di sana.

    Sementara itu, klub Mutiara Bandung harus memanggil Atu Rosalina. Mantan pemain Pelatnas Cipayung itu setelah mengundurkan diri kemudian meniti karier sebagai pemain bersama klub Denmark. (bhw)

    Peserta Seleksi
    Putra
    1. Indocafe Medan
    2. Ratih Banten
    3. Aufa Jakarta
    4. Musica Champion Kudus
    5. BPKD Kukar
    6. Wima Surabaya
    7. Mutiara Bandung
    8. Kotab Dishub Bandung
    9. South Suco Sulsel
    10. Randik Sumsel
    Putri
    1. Indocafe Medan
    2. Ratih Banten
    3. Bina Bangsa Jakarta
    4. Semen Gresik Surabaya
    5. Mutiara Bandung
    6. Kotab Bandung
    7. South Suco Sulsel


    >> Kembali ke Atas



    Hyun-il Ditaksir Jaya Raya

    Memang klub Jaya Raya tidak perlu berlaga di ajang seleksi Djarum Superliga Badminton di Surabaya. Sebagai juara Kejurnas Bulutangkis 2006 di Medan, bersama lima klub terkuat lain, mereka mendapat wildcard untuk lolos ke putaran final.

    Meskipun begitu, klub yang didirikan pengusaha Ciputra itu tidak mau tinggal diam. Menyadari sektor tunggal putra lemah, mereka ingin menambal kekuatan dengan merekrut pemain asing sebagai persiapan menuju putaran final.

    Pemain yang diincar adalah Lee Hyun-il. Pemain asal Korea Selatan yang menduduki peringkat 12 dunia itu dinilai cocok untuk membela Jaya Raya. Hal ini diakui salah satu Pembina mereka, Retno Kustijah.

    “Kami memang naksir Lee Hyun-il,” sebut Retno.

    Sementara itu, menurut Wakil Direktur Operasional Badan Liga, Ario Satrio Prakoso, Jaya Raya tak hanya memburu Hyun-il. Klub ibu kota itu juga melirik pemain Belanda berdarah Indonesia, Dicky Palyama, dan pemain India, Anup Sridhar.

    Kalau mereka tampil, dipastikan bahwa liga bulutangkis bakal meriah dan ketat!

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    should be a good tournament, if they can get some of the big names they promised.

    can someone update us on the final list of players for each club when it has been confirmed?

    thanks!

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    Default Hmmm..

    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY
    INA is the first country to create Badminton League. Let's see how far this league will bring positive effect for INA bdm as globally!

    Last info -- MAS's Lee Tsuen Seng will join this Super League also VIE's Nguyen Tien Minh. Meanwhile, PG and KJ plus Chen Hong still waiting further confirmation.
    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna
    Indonesia will be the first one in Southeast Asia. Japan already have a badminton league and the corporate sponsors are Sanyo, NEC, etc.

    Germany and Denmark has a badminton league, I am not sure about Holland, but I would say so. Denmark's league is very competitive and have helped develop the young Danish talents.
    ..i thought so too..Yes, def. Denmark has a league also, even Tony Gunawan joined one of the clubs there recently??..
    As for being the first country in S.E. Asia to have one, yes, perhaps they are..
    Last edited by ctjcad; 03-26-2007 at 11:16 AM.

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