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    Agreed. Out of the players sent to compete in the Thomas/Uber Cups, Hayom and Febe stood out for their lack of spirit and mental to win against CHN and JPN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosid View Post
    I'm Javanese, and of course Indonesian... I heard 'galau' recently..





    as fathonezic said, I don't think "unduh" is malaysian word. I used to heard it when my parents want to take fruits from the tree, they called "ngunduh jambu", "ngunduh rambutan" etc..
    not just that, but also "ngunduh mantu" hahahaha

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    Not defending Febe and Hayom but their performance was better while still @ Djarum compared to now..... Could the problem be in Pelatnas itself?

    Whatever the case, its time for a full revamp of PBSI...starting from the top. I remembered there are lots of hope when Djoko Santoso was elected head of PBSI (probably because the other candidate was the notorious Icuk)....but his period of leadership has been a dismal failure, with the exception of a single AE title courtesy of "old" talent.

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    I don't thinks Febe don't got the spirit.. but she just have no power at all to kill her opponent, got no weapon. That's why she lost meekly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miksss View Post
    I don't thinks Febe don't got the spirit.. but she just have no power at all to kill her opponent, got no weapon. That's why she lost meekly.
    She will surprise everyone in the Olympics by playing better.

    Other than that, XD is the best hope for gold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miqilin7 View Post
    She will surprise everyone in the Olympics by playing better.

    Other than that, XD is the best hope for gold.
    let's see who will get sent to OG, Firda or Febe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miksss View Post
    let's see who will get sent to OG, Firda or Febe.
    Firda has shown better fighting spirit and stretch a couple chinese WS to rubber, so she would be the better choice.
    Regardless though, either one will just be fodder and won't reach very far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badadum View Post
    Firda has shown better fighting spirit and stretch a couple chinese WS to rubber, so she would be the better choice.
    Regardless though, either one will just be fodder and won't reach very far.
    yup, firda shown good progress lately.

    remember MKY? she peak at OG

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    Quote Originally Posted by miksss View Post
    yup, firda shown good progress lately.

    remember MKY? she peak at OG
    True, Maria Kristin has quite a run starting @ IO thru Olympic.... I seriously doubt Firda can duplicate that though. The difference between current INA WS and the top WS are just too much.

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    Don't talk about Maria Kristin lah... I missed her actually...

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    Quote Originally Posted by fathonezic View Post
    not just that, but also "ngunduh mantu" hahahaha
    durung tau kang...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosid View Post
    Don't talk about Maria Kristin lah... I missed her actually...
    got any latest info of MKY?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosid View Post
    durung tau kang...
    english please... i dont understand

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    Quote Originally Posted by miksss View Post
    got any latest info of MKY?
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    english please... i dont understand


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    OOT, because of MKY won the bronze medal in Beijing, I have been here till today,

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    Former Greats Unite to Bring Changes to Indonesian Badminton

    Ami Afriatni | May 28, 2012

    In an unprecedented move, a group of the country’s badminton legends have united to voice their concern over the swift fall of one of Indonesia’s most popular sports.

    After surprise exits in the quarterfinals of the Thomas Cup and Uber Cup, 26 local badminton greats joined forces and have petitioned the Indonesian Badminton Association (PBSI) to stop the rot. The stars offered advice on how to halt the country’s downward spiral and demanded that PBSI officials listen to them.

    The assembled greats include former shuttlers who are now PBSI officials, such as national training camp chief Christian Hadinata and doubles coach Richard Mainaky, as well as current star Taufik Hidayat.

    “I’m still on the PBSI advisory board. I’ve been giving advice, but they’ve haven’t taken any of it,” said Rudy Hartono, a four-time Thomas Cup and eight-time All England winner. “I hope now they will listen. If they cannot do their jobs well, they should just step down from the PBSI.”

    Last week, Indonesia’s men and women both lost 3-2 to Japan in the quarterfinals of the world team championships in Wuhan, China. Former world champion Joko Suprianto called it “the darkest day in Indonesian badminton.”

    Only mixed doubles duo Tontowi Ahmad and Liliyana Natsir have won major tournaments this year, jeopardizing Indonesia’s run of earning at least one badminton gold medal since it became a full Olympic sport in 1992.

    China, meanwhile, affirmed its dominance of world badminton by winning the Thomas Cup and Uber Cup. The Chinese men equaled Indonesia’s record of taking five successive Thomas Cup titles.

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    Full article : http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/sport...dminton/520666

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    Quote Originally Posted by miksss View Post
    let's see who will get sent to OG, Firda or Febe.
    Firda all the way... Based on Uber Cup performance... Firda has the fighting spirit, which is critical in a big match, like Olympic Games....

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Former Greats Unite to Bring Changes to Indonesian Badminton

    Ami Afriatni | May 28, 2012

    In an unprecedented move, a group of the country’s badminton legends have united to voice their concern over the swift fall of one of Indonesia’s most popular sports.

    After surprise exits in the quarterfinals of the Thomas Cup and Uber Cup, 26 local badminton greats joined forces and have petitioned the Indonesian Badminton Association (PBSI) to stop the rot. The stars offered advice on how to halt the country’s downward spiral and demanded that PBSI officials listen to them.

    The assembled greats include former shuttlers who are now PBSI officials, such as national training camp chief Christian Hadinata and doubles coach Richard Mainaky, as well as current star Taufik Hidayat.

    “I’m still on the PBSI advisory board. I’ve been giving advice, but they’ve haven’t taken any of it,” said Rudy Hartono, a four-time Thomas Cup and eight-time All England winner. “I hope now they will listen. If they cannot do their jobs well, they should just step down from the PBSI.”

    Last week, Indonesia’s men and women both lost 3-2 to Japan in the quarterfinals of the world team championships in Wuhan, China. Former world champion Joko Suprianto called it “the darkest day in Indonesian badminton.”

    Only mixed doubles duo Tontowi Ahmad and Liliyana Natsir have won major tournaments this year, jeopardizing Indonesia’s run of earning at least one badminton gold medal since it became a full Olympic sport in 1992.

    China, meanwhile, affirmed its dominance of world badminton by winning the Thomas Cup and Uber Cup. The Chinese men equaled Indonesia’s record of taking five successive Thomas Cup titles.

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    Full article : http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/sport...dminton/520666
    just imagine if INA has the wisdom and foresight to retain the great TXH.
    We are probably celebrating INA's 16th or 17th TC cup and a few UC cup as well

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