Thread: Sigit Budiarto - Frans Kurniawan
06-23-2007, 01:36 AM #86
Hahahahhaa.. This is a very cute qn.. I think they are all ok.. LOL.. I don't really know how to weigh faces.. Fran already got a gf, eh?? How abt Rian and Yoke?? I'll go with the one who doesn't have one.. How abt Sigit? He got no gf.. Wkkkkkkke.. Maybe I go with him.. A bit out of your qn, though, Krisna..
As I told you, Yan, I didn't go to Hendra's hse cuz he's in Cipayung.. While sigit didn't reply my SMS... Haaaaiiizz... T_T
06-23-2007, 01:39 AM #87
Btw, I wonder where Tangkas got all that money from. . . They don't have any sponsor anymore... Weeeew... and 4 players.. That's a lot.. All come from Hongkong somemore...
Krisna, the Mainaky brothers are from what club?? I know Rexy-Richard's from Tangkas.. The others??
06-23-2007, 05:28 AM #88
Hyundai -drive safely-; that's what it said...
Top 1 oil
I don't remember the other 2 sponsors...
I think after Tangkas got all this money, they used it to bring the four Hong Kong players, plus hired Tommy Sugiarto from PB. Pelita. They are serious in using money to cover their weak areas. I appreciate that they made the right moves, so far. Makes the competition tougher for everybody! Tough competition is what made Indonesian badminton tough!
Tangkas have done many good hiring moves in the past. Hiring Hendrawan and Hermawan Susanto from Djarum; that time, permanently moved them from their original childhood club. Later on, those 2 guys became tough rivals to their own old club-mates, Ardy, Haryanto Arbi, etc. And I forgot which club in Manado Lili Natsir came from and which club in Jogja Nova Widianto came from. I think Flandy Limpele and Lili Natsir was from the same club, but Flandy was hired by SGS Elektrik a long time ago...
Marleve Mainaky followed his brother from Ambon/Ternate to Tangkas. Karel Mainaky went to Djarum. I don't know where Reony Mainaky went. The brothers Ferry Gunawan and Tony Gunawan was from a Surabaya club, then Ferry went to Djarum, Tony went to Jaya Raya. Indra-Candra-Rendra-Sandra Wijaya all went to Jaya Raya from a Cirebon club.
Oh, I just asked Susi Susanti yesterday night... her old club's name was Tunas Inti Tasikmalaya; all her family trained there. It is closed now due to financial difficulties, if she had stayed there, the club could not have propelled her to be a world class players. Susy moved permanently to Jaya Raya when she was 14, she said.
06-23-2007, 05:30 AM #89
06-23-2007, 05:34 AM #90
06-23-2007, 03:01 PM #91
Sigit, Rian, and Yoke doesn't seem to be dating anyone... At least, it is not apparent like Fran and his pretty girlfriend [she looks like a good-natured person too].
Looks like they're just concentrating on badminton for now. Good for them...
06-23-2007, 03:03 PM #92
Fran-Sigit lost in rubber games today to Alven-Trikus of Suryanaga. Tough loss... in the last game, Sigit and Fran lost 5 quick points in a row due to quick unforced errors [mainly service returns]... unlucky day for them. If this match is repeated in the playoff round, I think their luck should change...
Their loss made the Djarum loss to be 1-4, instead of the predicted 2-3.
06-24-2007, 04:50 AM #93
My coach said that Tangkas mainly gets the money from the oner's fam,ily.. Dunno if it's true.. And, he also said that, Tommy HAS moved to Tangkas.. Like Icuk, he was in Tangkas before, but moved.. I'm not really sure abt all this.. Even Mulyo moved to SGS, eh?? He was thrown out of Djarum, and Taufik brought him in to SGS...
Btw, I saw Sandrawati Wijaya, playing for Mutiara Bandung.. This made me confused.. Is she in Mutiara?? http://www.superligabadminton.com/su...rabandung.html
Check it here...
06-24-2007, 12:10 PM #94
According to Hendrawan and Koh Juniarto [one of the Tangkas owner], Tommy is still on loan from Pelita at this moment... I suppose they would not lie about something like that... However, I would not be surprised if Tangkas then hired Tommy Sugiarto permanently. It depends on the price tag Icuk put for his kid.
And yes, Tangkas' main finances came from the owners, the Suhardinata family. Just like Djarum from the Hartono family, Jaya Raya from the Ciputra family, Mutiara from a consortium of textile manufacturers in Bandung, etc. etc...
Additional income from additional sponsors are always welcomed, of course, ha ha ha... Oh, today I just noticed one more sponsor of Tangkas: Hagger... I don't know what that is...
06-24-2007, 12:12 PM #95
INA's Djarum Superliga Badminton
June 24, 2007. Sunday
Sigit and Fran did not play today... Probably being rested for tomorrow...
06-24-2007, 12:13 PM #96
Sandrawati Wijaya is on loan to Mutiara. Hey we're getting off topic here, kimpe... Ha ha ha. We can discuss all of this non-Fran-Sigit topic in the Superliga thread. Ha ha ha...
06-27-2007, 06:38 AM #97
Hwahahahahha.. Well, alright.. Getting back to the track now.. Do you think Sigit-Fran would win against Flandy-Taufik?? LOL.. Just wondering...
Btw, thanks for the info, Krisna..
06-27-2007, 12:52 PM #98
Fran-Sigit vs. Flandy-Taufik?!? 50%-50% chance for both. Ha ha ha... Taufik is a good MD player and he is used to play with old-clubmate Flandy...
By the way, Fran-Sigit played today. Outclassed the Ratih pair Riony Mainaky-Davin P. 21-18, 21-15...
06-27-2007, 12:53 PM #99
I have a feeling Djarum will field Fran-Sigit again tomorrow, June 28... against Jaya Raya who will most likely field Markis Kido-Hendra Setiawan...
Last edited by Krisna; 06-27-2007 at 12:55 PM.
06-27-2007, 02:47 PM #100
Sigit-Fran from Djarum's website..
Last edited by yannie; 06-27-2007 at 02:49 PM.
06-28-2007, 05:34 AM #101
Sigit looks damn old with those hair-style.. He should cut it spike, and use gel again.. Looks funky!! LOL..
06-28-2007, 06:30 AM #102
Sigit reaching a difficult shot...
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