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    If i am not mistaken.

    When Tang coached our Indonesia's badminton troops decades back, he was not holding Indonesia citizenship, he was yet to be confirmed by Indonesia government in regards to his citizenship although he has processed and waited long enough for it.

    As a result, Indonesia Government did not give approval for his citizenship. he was really upset, and his relatives advised him to bring his whole family back to Mainland and start to train some China young badminton warrior in local clubs, i forgot which city.

    At the end he caught the eye of China National Team's board, and started to give tons of his experience to China's Team, and you knew the rest of the story already. The Dominance of China team in International Badminton Major events.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    If i am not mistaken.

    When Tang coached our Indonesia's badminton troops decades back, he was not holding Indonesia citizenship, he was yet to be confirmed by Indonesia government in regards to his citizenship although he has processed and waited long enough for it.

    As a result, Indonesia Government did not give approval for his citizenship. he was really upset, and his relatives advised him to bring his whole family back to Mainland and start to train some China young badminton warrior in local clubs, i forgot which city.

    At the end he caught the eye of China National Team's board, and started to give tons of his experience to China's Team, and you knew the rest of the story already. The Dominance of China team in International Badminton Major events.
    ya ya ya....no one to blame beside INA old fashion and corrupt bureaucrat, i hope this is a leason to be learnt not only in badminton but many other fields. We now life in a much closer world, got to make the most of you got.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    If i am not mistaken.

    When Tang coached our Indonesia's badminton troops decades back, he was not holding Indonesia citizenship, he was yet to be confirmed by Indonesia government in regards to his citizenship although he has processed and waited long enough for it.

    As a result, Indonesia Government did not give approval for his citizenship. he was really upset, and his relatives advised him to bring his whole family back to Mainland and start to train some China young badminton warrior in local clubs, i forgot which city.

    At the end he caught the eye of China National Team's board, and started to give tons of his experience to China's Team, and you knew the rest of the story already. The Dominance of China team in International Badminton Major events.
    So should TXH be classified as 'local' or 'foreign, import" coach? His first coaching stint would be with INA, not CHN. IMO, LM would be INA first foreign coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneToughBirdie View Post
    So should TXH be classified as 'local' or 'foreign, import" coach? His first coaching stint would be with INA, not CHN. IMO, LM would be INA first foreign coach.
    You can say TXH was a PR....LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    You can say TXH was a PR....LOL
    Since Tang had been in INA all along as PR before becoming coach, then I consider him local domestic made-in-INA product, not import stuff LM will be the import, direct from CHN

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneToughBirdie View Post
    Since Tang had been in INA all along as PR before becoming coach, then I consider him local domestic made-in-INA product, not import stuff LM will be the import, direct from CHN
    Yes i agree, although he's not born in INA, I believe it was his intention to live and become INA citizen since he was very2 young. Just so unfortunate he did not get his citizenship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    Yes i agree, although he's not born in INA, I believe it was his intention to live and become INA citizen since he was very2 young. Just so unfortunate he did not get his citizenship.
    And Tang will be INA's generous export to CHN

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    Yes i agree, although he's not born in INA, I believe it was his intention to live and become INA citizen since he was very2 young. Just so unfortunate he did not get his citizenship.
    if he apply now, i think he gets double citizenship

    plus a car, a house, a maid maybe

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    So, Indonesia, what are you waiting. Not easy to get a very respected person. Give him a plot or land to build badminton hall.

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    He may only have a few yrs left before retired, the plot now is to get Li Mao become a citizen

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    IMHO it is useless to get the most experienced coach to Indonesia
    it is not the lack of coach nor talented player that brings Indonesia's badminton down
    there are plenty of that locally
    but it is the lack of self discipline and fighting spirit of the nation
    that we as a nation don't have
    Indonesian still think of their past glory
    well, I say it is time to wake up and smell the coffee
    the reality is now things has changed

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    Quote Originally Posted by jump-smash View Post
    IMHO it is useless to get the most experienced coach to Indonesia
    it is not the lack of coach nor talented player that brings Indonesia's badminton down
    there are plenty of that locally
    but it is the lack of self discipline and fighting spirit of the nation
    that we as a nation don't have
    Indonesian still think of their past glory
    well, I say it is time to wake up and smell the coffee
    the reality is now things has changed
    Totally I agree those points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosid View Post
    Totally I agree those points.
    thank you bro
    Indonesia is still dreaming
    thinking that Indonesia is still the super-power in badminton is day-dreaming
    wake up !!! Indonesia must work really hard in order to win
    just look at Taufik Hidayat lazy attitude when he meet Lee Chong Wei at final last month.

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    anyone know the player list for Seleknas already?

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    For some reasons that i dont want to say explicitly here, thinking about Li Mao coaching in INA there is a potential that he can attract and spot talents that perhaps current local coaches could not. Although at the same time i think it was a risky and maybe not necessary decision bringing him over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jump-smash View Post
    but it is the lack of self discipline and fighting spirit of the nation
    that we as a nation don't have
    Indonesian still think of their past glory
    well, I say it is time to wake up and smell the coffee
    the reality is now things has changed
    I heard your type of sentence a million times before, TV radio news paper etc etc........I think INA has become a NATO nation. No Action Talk Only. Peace....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jump-smash View Post
    thank you bro
    Indonesia is still dreaming
    thinking that Indonesia is still the super-power in badminton is day-dreaming
    wake up !!! Indonesia must work really hard in order to win
    just look at Taufik Hidayat lazy attitude when he meet Lee Chong Wei at final last month.
    agree with u
    i hope PBSI will not call TH anymore for the next tourney(TC,SC,even for olympic),let him enjoy his old-day with no pressure and more relax
    maybe he still the best in INA but he dont have that fighting spirit anymore(bad example for INA youngster)

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