Thread: LCW+Misbun combination
04-04-2007, 12:19 PM #52
Originally Posted by JaCkô
04-04-2007, 12:39 PM #53
Originally Posted by jamesd20
04-04-2007, 01:25 PM #54
Originally Posted by JaCkô
If the decision process is clear and open and based on IBF Rankings at that time then Moving to represent one club from another and still represent National body is good for badminton, as it will encourage these "commercial" clubs to flourish. There is a chance that you could be frozen out of the National team if newer players come in/caught into political situations.
How would the financial situation change from BAM to a Club such as KLRC or NM? Wages, Bonuses & Pensions must come into the equation.
04-04-2007, 08:31 PM #55
Misbun successOriginally Posted by kenny7_2006
04-04-2007, 08:47 PM #56
The only way for WTM to gain respect and to keep his job is for him to bring up a young talent, groom him/her to be a great player, but that is a impossible task given there is no such talent exists in MAS or anywhere else in the rest of the world except CHN...bleak but true!!!
04-04-2007, 11:39 PM #57
not much point arguing...
lets just wait till we see the results from ABC, SO and IO....
then we can make our justifications....
04-05-2007, 04:19 AM #58
yes..lets wait n see.
04-05-2007, 05:46 AM #59
Originally Posted by JaCkô
04-05-2007, 05:57 AM #60
Dearest Jack....after ABC, it is either we die (Misbun did a good job) or it's Xball n Misbun doom time (gonna get some real bashings if LCW fails to beat TH).......
hahaha........but all these we have to wait til the end of ABC. no point to continue these debates now.
04-06-2007, 05:04 AM #61
Badminton: Last chance for Chong Wei
Lee Chong Wei has rejoined Misbun Sidek.
PARTING ways with Wong Tat Meng and rejoining his former coach Misbun Sidek will probably be the last time the BA of Malaysia (BAM) allows Lee Chong Wei this sort of liberty.
BAM president Datuk Nadzmi Salleh said that if Chong Wei, who is desperately trying to revive his career, does not show marked progress under Misbun, who the shuttler is coached by in future will be decided by the association.
Chong Wei, after spending just two weeks under Tat Meng, was convinced that Misbun, who coached him between 2004 and 2005, is the person capable of making him a world class player again.
The surprise move was taken by Chong Wei and Kuan Beng Hong last week and Nadzmi, who believes in giving players a chance to justify their convictions, had given the go ahead after both coaches agreed to the request.
"We had initially wanted Tat Meng to continue as the senior coach as he was under (former coach) Li Mao but since it was a strong statement from Chong Wei, we decided to grant him permission," said Nadzmi.
"Chong Wei may have analysed the situation and problems wrongly but we cannot deny his request. If Chong Wei’s request was denied and should he fail, he will point fingers at the management and the coach (Tat Meng) for his failure.
"He has been given the chance to prove himself and his request comes with a responsibility. We will monitor him quarterly and if the change does not work, we will discuss other options.
"However, the decision this time will be made by the management after consulting with the coaches and Chong Wei must abide by that."
Nadzmi also said that Chong Wei’s training under Misbun will only continue until next year’s Beijing Olympics if he shows improvement and produces the desired results.
The first review, expected after the World Championships in August, will give a clearer picture of the direction Chong Wei’s playing future is heading. </H5>
04-06-2007, 05:38 AM #62
Really hope LCW can bounce back...He is still the most realible MS in Mas squad although with his recent poor performances...So, as a malaysian, i have faith in him and hope he has confident with hiself too.
04-06-2007, 06:39 AM #63
Chong Wei will be fine
04-06-2007, 08:31 AM #64
yea.i think lcw had thought properly before making this decision. after all, he knows himself best. no matter what, i will support him.hope he will do well in ABC and bounce back to be the confident lcw last time.all the best lcw
04-06-2007, 12:46 PM #65
Originally Posted by alfa-2
so, winning in ABC does not mean Misbun is good. Losing in AE does not mean Wong Tat Meng is bad. THE BEST COACH WILL BE DETERMINED IN OLYMPIC 2008. get it, everybody??
04-06-2007, 08:31 PM #66
"Old CW" Will Be Back
The important thing now is for CW to get back his confidence and regain his old touch first. He have just started training under Misbun and he should not thinking of winning any title at this point.Thinking too much would put tremendous pressure on himself.What 's important for him to work on recovering the speed and power in his game first. "Old CW" definitely will be back!
04-06-2007, 11:19 PM #67
Originally Posted by winnie
I dont think LCW has really given a chance to WTM to prove his coaching quality. You cant expect cast improvements after just paired up with the coach for weeks' time onli.
04-07-2007, 11:09 AM #68
The Star: More woes for Chong Wei as he is out of the top five
By LIM TEIK HUAT
KUALA LUMPUR: National number one Lee Chong Wei has one more thing to worry about as he gets ready to defend his men’s singles title in the Asian Badminton Championships (ABC) in Johor Baru next week.
Chong Wei has fallen out of the top five in the world rankings for the first time in two years. He slipped two rungs to sixth in the latest men’s singles rankings released on Thursday.
Chinese players, led by world number one Lin Dan, occupied four out of the five top spots now. Dane Peter-Gade Christensen, who won the Malaysian Open title in January, is ranked fourth.
For Chong Wei, the slide in his world rankings is a reflection of his form in international tournaments for the last seven months.
Chong Wei’s drop in form started after he lost to China’s Bao Chunlai in the quarter-finals of the World Championships in Madrid last September.
Prior to that, the 25-year-old began the year by reaching the semi-finals in the All-England in January and went on to win three Open titles (Swiss Open, Malaysian Open and ABC).
The Penang-born shuttler also claimed the men’s singles gold medal in the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne and also grabbed the mixed team gold.
Chong Wei also finished runners-up in the Taiwan, Macao and Hong Kong Opens.
However, this year, Chong Wei has not managed to go beyond the quarter-finals stage and he was a first round casualty after losing to Singapore’s Ronald Susilo in the Swiss Open in Basel last month.
There is now an urgent need for Chong Wei to check the slide and to make sure he stays inside the top-eight bracket in order to secure a good seeding for the World Championships to be held in Kuala Lumpur from August 13-19.
The ABC meet is the last tournament to offer ranking points before the entries for the world meet are decided.
Chong Wei decided to train with his former coach Misbun Sidek from last week in a bid to regain his old touch.
“I just want to get back my confidence first. I have just started training under Misbun and I’m not thinking of winning any title at this point. What’s important is for me to work on recovering the speed and power in my game first,” said Chong Wei.
It is understandable that Chong Wei is modest about his chances.
Chong Wei is the top seed in ABC but he has a tough path to the final.
Chong Wei has to face Olympic champion Taufik Hidayat of Indonesia in the quarter-finals. In his last two meetings, Chong Wei has lost to Taufik twice in straight games. If Chong Wei beats the Indonesian, he will probably be up against China’s Chen Yu. The Chinese has beaten Chong Wei three times in their last five meetings.
Last edited by winnie; 04-07-2007 at 11:14 AM.
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