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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Evil View Post
    What Misbun need to work on is his mental strenght. It doesn't matter how good you are if you can't bring out your power because of nervousness. I think the only time LCW played almost to his true ability in major tournament is AE09 final against Lindan. But it all just crumble after the interval at game 2.
    But Misbun is the source of LCW's mental doubt. When I talked to him, he still said LD is better because LD has the advantage of being a leftie. And that LD trains with more righties and LCW has few lefties to train with. If that's so, why doesn't he get all the lefties to spar with LCW : CWF, TCS.
    I said 'Look at the pattern. LD 's avoiding LCW because he (or rather LYB) knows his chance of losing to LCW is high. That's why LD skipped HKO09 (when LCW was fresher than him) skipped MO10 (after seeing LCW's impressive KO10 form), got conveniently shielded and bundled off by BCL in AE10 and CJ in IO09 so he did not have to play an in-form LCW. LYB is indirectly saying LCW is better and only a superbly prepared LD can confidently defeat LCW. LYB has been very successful in perpetuating the 'LD is superior' myth but how long he can fool even Misbun, it's hard to tell.
    If LCW is not superior when he thrashed BCL in HKO09 and CJ in KO10,exposing growing gaps between LCW and his CHN opponents, what is?
    The point is, even as the WR1, LCW is still a work in progress and improving...the most recent progress being his incredible stamina.
    The moment Misbun start believing and telling LCW that he's the best, Misbun will clear his own mental cobwebs and LCW will be mentally free and play even better than his present best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    aha! you 2 had doubts on misbun & lcw combinations before a.e.10!!! and i still remember what kish-mah-ash said he will do if lcw won a.e 10!!!

    yes the before and after a.e.10 opinion change because history created and lcw + misbun combination is just awesome...

    and as for you 2, undeadshot and kms - just pulling your legs!!!
    bro,
    please read carefully my post which you quotedt from.notice waht i wrote:
    "i think it's a matter of lee chaongwei himself to prove he can beat that lin dan chap".
    please tell me if dat datuk lee chongwei beat dat lindan chap in this year's AE?
    fact of the matter is,lindan probably still pwned dat datuk lee chongwei,despite lee chongwei winning this year's AE.
    yes,dat lee chongwei chap should be thanking his lucky starz and should treat dat lindan chap to a nice french cuisine the next time they meet in Paris for da world chapmspionships.

    and yes,i'm pulling your legs,too,pbm!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    I think that Alex something guy is from Singapore and both were singing the same tune. Too lazy to find their comments.
    It was alexyong. I get very irritated everytime I see his comments, only thinks that Lin Dan is the best and he kept saying LCW should retire after LCW lost to LD in the last year China Masters semi-finals. Wonder why so many people from Singapore dislikes LCW and likes Lin Dan?

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    Default Misbun: Chong Wei’s the best of the lot

    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...612&sec=sports

    Chong Wei, the 2008 Beijing Olympic silver medallist, started the season by winning the Korean Open for the first time and followed it up with a successful Malaysian Open title defence.
    “Chong Wei is the best Malaysian player of the modern game. He has a lot of special skills but more importantly, he is willing to work hard,” said Misbun.
    “He can undergo tough training without any complaint and I think this is what makes him stand out from the rest.
    “The fact that he has won all three Super Series titles thus far this year is a special achievement for him. It is harder now as the sport is evolving, game wise and also equipment wise.
    “But if Chong Wei can keep himself fit and avoid injuries as he is not getting any younger, he can overcome any obstacle.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...612&sec=sports

    Chong Wei, the 2008 Beijing Olympic silver medallist, started the season by winning the Korean Open for the first time and followed it up with a successful Malaysian Open title defence.
    “Chong Wei is the best Malaysian player of the modern game. He has a lot of special skills but more importantly, he is willing to work hard,” said Misbun.
    “He can undergo tough training without any complaint and I think this is what makes him stand out from the rest.
    “The fact that he has won all three Super Series titles thus far this year is a special achievement for him. It is harder now as the sport is evolving, game wise and also equipment wise.
    “But if Chong Wei can keep himself fit and avoid injuries as he is not getting any younger, he can overcome any obstacle.”
    How about the past Malaysia heroes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    How about the past Malaysia heroes?
    Let's read the article more carefully. I don't think the past Malaysia heroes were from the modern era. Anyway, the main point is that LCW is willing to go the extra mile.

    “Chong Wei is the best Malaysian player of the modern game. He has a lot of special skills but more importantly, he is willing to work hard,” said Misbun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dolphin View Post
    Let's read the article more carefully. I don't think the past Malaysia heroes were from the modern era. Anyway, the main point is that LCW is willing to go the extra mile.

    “Chong Wei is the best Malaysian player of the modern game. He has a lot of special skills but more importantly, he is willing to work hard,” said Misbun.
    Oh, hehe I missed it. Definitely, who else in the modern era from Malaysia has an AE title and OG Silver + alot of SS titles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Oh, hehe I missed it. Definitely, who else in the modern era from Malaysia has an AE title and OG Silver + alot of SS titles?
    yup. it is impossible to compare modern era players and those of the 60's and before. playing styles and equipment have evolved greatly since then, and besides, in those days china was out of the picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjswift View Post
    But Misbun is the source of LCW's mental doubt. When I talked to him, he still said LD is better because LD has the advantage of being a leftie. And that LD trains with more righties and LCW has few lefties to train with. If that's so, why doesn't he get all the lefties to spar with LCW : CWF, TCS.
    I said 'Look at the pattern. LD 's avoiding LCW because he (or rather LYB) knows his chance of losing to LCW is high. That's why LD skipped HKO09 (when LCW was fresher than him) skipped MO10 (after seeing LCW's impressive KO10 form), got conveniently shielded and bundled off by BCL in AE10 and CJ in IO09 so he did not have to play an in-form LCW. LYB is indirectly saying LCW is better and only a superbly prepared LD can confidently defeat LCW. LYB has been very successful in perpetuating the 'LD is superior' myth but how long he can fool even Misbun, it's hard to tell.
    If LCW is not superior when he thrashed BCL in HKO09 and CJ in KO10,exposing growing gaps between LCW and his CHN opponents, what is?
    The point is, even as the WR1, LCW is still a work in progress and improving...the most recent progress being his incredible stamina.
    The moment Misbun start believing and telling LCW that he's the best, Misbun will clear his own mental cobwebs and LCW will be mentally free and play even better than his present best.
    I wouldn't go so far as to say Lindan is afraid of LCW. I regconize his achievement and ability. Lindan is good, damn good in fact but he is not a badminton god. Skill wise, both Lindan and LCW is about the same with different attribute. Lindan have better attacking skill while LCW defend better.

    Tactically I would give Lindan the edge cause LCW's gameplay is a little predictable. All things considered, Lindan is the better player cause he tend not to choke in big events (yes I realize Lindan choke in Thomas Cup 08 but that was 2 years ago).

    Whatever it is, LCW is still the pride of the country. Now if only he would take a picture with me so I can put it on my facebook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Destricto_Ense View Post
    I read an interview of LCW after the match when he spoke about confidence and pressure issues ... to me LCW looked very nervous in the final and did not really cope that well (particularly the second game, like being fooled by the flick serve), but in this interview it seemed he was changing history and painting his performance in a more positive light than it really occurred...
    No, he decided to go for broke, meaning rush attacking at the moment of serve. Unfortunately his action was predictable (he tend to lean and move a little when he want to rush a service......... check out Sudirman cup 09 when he was playing with Jan. I notice this in a lot of match when they make close up shot).

    Tago read what he was doing and made a flick serve instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Evil View Post
    No, he decided to go for broke, meaning rush attacking at the moment of serve. Unfortunately his action was predictable (he tend to lean and move a little when he want to rush a service......... check out Sudirman cup 09 when he was playing with Jan. I notice this in a lot of match when they make close up shot).

    Tago read what he was doing and made a flick serve instead.
    that flick was good for lcw but not good for tago. it made lcw more alert and lost his nervousness thats why he won!

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    Now what?

    This combination fails again.

    So, the thread title should be changed to - DLCW + Misbun combination going downhill?

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    hiya, dato

    off form this round la, everyday sunday, mei?

    so how? still want to change the title?

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    Misbun quits as national singles coach

    By RAJES PAUL

    KUALA LUMPUR: Coach Misbun Sidek literally started the New Year with a bang.
    Yesterday, the former international dropped a bombshell on the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM). Out of the blue, Misbun tendered his resignation as the national singles coach.
    And Misbun’s quit decision may probably trigger the walkout of several national players from BAM, including his blue-eyed world number one Lee Chong Wei.
    Influential figure: Misbun Sidek’s quit decision may probably trigger the walkout of several national players from the BAM.
    The move is considered untimely as Chong Wei and the other players are getting ready for three major tournaments this month – the Super Series Masters Finals in Taiwan (Jan 5-9), Malaysian Open (Jan 18-23) and Korean Open (Jan 25-29).
    And there could be further ramifications, especially with Chong Wei being targeted to do well in this year’s World Championships and next year’s Olympic Games in London.
    Kenny Goh, the BAM’s general manager, confirmed yesterday that Misbun had called it quits through a letter sent via e-mail to the BAM’s office on Dec 31.
    Kenny, however, refused to divulge the reasons behind Misbun’s surprise exit.
    “Misbun did not state any reasons but said that his resignation will take effect from Jan 3. Personally, I am surprised with the letter. I have informed president Datuk Seri Nadzmi (Mohd Salleh) and secretary Ng Chin Chai. I have also forwarded the e-mail to all the exco members,” said Kenny. “A meeting on this matter will take place after our president returns from overseas on Jan 4. It is still too early to comment on the reasons behind Misbun’s resignation. We are still in shock.”
    It is no secret that the long-serving coach Misbun was unhappy since the BAM revamped their coaching and training structure five months ago.
    In a bid to strengthen their structure, the BAM placed Misbun in the elite team under the charge of his younger brother Rashid. To add to his frustrations, two of his players - his son Misbun Ramdan and Wong Mew Choo – were removed from his care.
    Ramdan was put under the charge of Hendrawan in the back-up squad while Mew Choo went to train under national women’s singles coach Wong Tat Meng.
    Ramdan, however, has yet to report to Hendrawan for training . He has been training diligently under his father, much to the dismay of the BAM.
    Misbun’s assistant coach Teh Seu Bock was also removed. But after some plea bargainings by Misbun and Chong Wei, Seu Bock returned to the elite squad.
    In fact, Seu Bock will be accompanying Chong Wei to Taiwan for the Super Series Masters Finals today.
    Misbun had also been under pressure following the below par performances of several back-up players - Liew Daren, Tan Chun Seang, Chan Kwong Beng and Chong Wei Feng. The matter was discussed at the coaching and training committee meeting (CNT) on Thursday.
    Kenny, however, doubted that Misbun’s resignation was caused by the discussion at the CNT.
    “It was like any other ordinary CNT meeting. We spoke in length on all the coaches’ reports. All the coaches were present except for Rexy Mainaky (doubles coach). It was a fruitful meeting,” said Kenny.
    When asked whether Misbun’s quit decision would trigger a walkout by the players, Kenny said: “Misbun is a professional coach. He would have put much thought on his decision and putting national interest above all else. I doubt that this will take place.
    “We cannot say that Misbun’s resignation will be a loss because we have not accepted his decision yet. Let Nadzmi and the exco look into it first.”
    Under Misbun, Malaysia saw Mohd Hafiz Hashim winning the All-England in 2003 and Chong Wei nailing the 100th edition of the oldest badminton tournament last year. Chong Wei also won a silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.

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    Courtesy from the Star

    “We cannot say that Misbun’s resignation will be a loss because we have not accepted his decision yet. Let Nadzmi and the exco look into it first.”

    wow..just wow..

    maybe kenny is in shock?

    and eventhough if he is in that state or not,

    such a statement is still uncalled for
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    Will they reconcile? Hmm...

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    Thumbs up LCW+Misbun combination should leave BAM and go independent

    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    Will they reconcile? Hmm...
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    IMHO, if LCW+Misbun could find private sponsors for their combination, they should leave BAM and go independent.

    Why allow BAM to be their boss; a boss who is always complaining?
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