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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Taken from The Jakarta Post (03 January-09) :

    Taufik snubs PBSI call-up to camp

    Niken Prathivi, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Sat, 01/03/2009 10:33 AM | Sports

    Badminton ace Taufik Hidayat has rejected a call-up to the national badminton training camp for 2009 in protest at the omission of his coach Mulyo Handoyo from the coaching lineup.

    The rejection is the latest spat between the Badminton Association of Indonesia (PBSI) and the 27-year-old star who has outshone his national peers in international tournaments but suffered a dip in performance during 2008.

    "Pak Mulyo knows me well. He knows my playing style, and in fact, he was the one who shaped me into winning the Olympic (gold) back in 2004," Taufik said Friday.

    He was present at the training camp in Cipayung, East Jakarta, but refused to sign the recruitment letter after learning Mulyo was not on the coaching list.

    "I don't think I'd be compatible with another coach. It's not that I'm underestimating them, it's only that I've 'clicked' in this great relationship Pak Mulyo," Taufik said, adding he would definitely join the camp if Mulyo's name was back on the list.

    Taufik has enjoyed international success since going under Mulyo's tutelage in 1996. Besides the Olympic gold, regarded as the holy grail of athletic achievement, Taufik won the world championship in 2005, the Asian Championship three times and the Asian Games gold medals twice, in 2002 and 2006.

    This is not Taufik's first run-in with the country's badminton authority, currently chaired by newly elected Djoko Santoso.

    In 2001 and 2006, Taufik threatened to quit the national team, prompting the PBSI to give in to his demands to put Mulyo back in charge of the player.
    However, the PBSI looks unlikely to back down on its latest decision.

    "Any player, including Taufik, has the right to refuse to join the national training camp. So it's okay," said Lius Pongoh, PBSI athlete development head.

    Lius, a prominent shuttler during the 1980s, said the PBSI decision to exclude Mulyo would stand.

    "From our evaluation, we consider Mulyo as having failed to discipline Taufik in terms of the training schedule. For instance, Taufik missed our physical tests in the last four years," he said, adding the excuses given were overused.

    Meanwhile, the badminton season-opening Super Series tournaments in Malaysia and South Korea are in sight, and Lius said the PBSI would send 19 players, including Sony Dwi Kuncoro and Simon Santoso in the men's singles, Olympic gold medalists Markis Kido and Hendra Setiawan in the men's doubles, and Olympic silver medalists Nova Widianto and Liliyana Natsir in the mixed doubles.

    The other three national team players, Greysia Polii and Nitya in the women's doubles, and Olympic bronze medalist Maria Kristin Yulianti in the women's singles, have been ruled out because of injuries.

    The Malaysian Super Series will take place from Jan. 6-11 and the Korean event from Jan. 13-18.

    that's a scandal. they only wanted taufik win gold for the country 2004 and now they don't think he can make anymore impact and dump him and his good coach. shame on them, hands up for taufik who cares for his old coach and shows his heart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueBlue View Post
    that's a scandal. they only wanted taufik win gold for the country 2004 and now they don't think he can make anymore impact and dump him and his good coach. shame on them, hands up for taufik who cares for his old coach and shows his heart.
    I think most INA fans will disagree with this one here

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    I think most INA fans will disagree with this one here
    Took the word from my mouth....there're pages after pages of posts detailing the situation.

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    Read from Bola that PB Djarum's promising BD pair: Berry Anggriawan/Mohd Ulinnuha just won another title in Pertamina Open II 2009, which was held last week. I think they are too good for local tourneys (having won several already last year) and if they are to be focussed for the WJC later this year, they need to be sent to at least ASEAN Int Series tourneys in Thailand, Singapore, and Laos.

    Other winners:
    BS -- Evert Sukamta (Tangkas)
    MS -- Achmad Rivai (Ratih Banten)

    GS -- Renna Suwarno (Jaya Raya)
    WS -- Bellaetrix Manuputty (Jaya Raya)

    MD -- Flandy Limpele/Sigit Budiarto (SGS/Djarum)

    GD -- Claudia Ayu/Della Destiara (Jaya Raya)
    WD -- Devi Tika Permatasari/Kesya Nurvita Hanadia (SGS)

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    In every sudirman cup, we always rely on MS, MD & XD.. If we lose one of them, it's game over.. PBSI should make WS & WD can give at least one point. Since other country is getting better for every disciple. It's hard to beat China at their home..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jutawin View Post
    In every sudirman cup, we always rely on MS, MD & XD.. If we lose one of them, it's game over.. PBSI should make WS & WD can give at least one point. Since other country is getting better for every disciple. It's hard to beat China at their home..
    Susi Susanti in WS and Lili tampi/Finarsih in WD

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    Quote Originally Posted by jutawin View Post
    In every sudirman cup, we always rely on MS, MD & XD.. If we lose one of them, it's game over.. PBSI should make WS & WD can give at least one point. Since other country is getting better for every disciple. It's hard to beat China at their home..
    WS, Maria is our spearhead.
    WD, Lily/Vita and Shendy/Meili.

    Reliable enough, but if they go against the Dragons, well...

    BTW, I read in Bola that there's talk about PBSI having Pertamina (INA's national oil company) as sponsor.
    Perhaps we will soon see our players have that cute three-colored "P" logo attached on their shirt's chest...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jagdpanther View Post
    WS, Maria is our spearhead.
    WD, Lily/Vita and Shendy/Meili.

    Reliable enough, but if they go against the Dragons, well...

    BTW, I read in Bola that there's talk about PBSI having Pertamina (INA's national oil company) as sponsor.
    Perhaps we will soon see our players have that cute three-colored "P" logo attached on their shirt's chest...
    well,if pertamina will sponsorship our badminton players is a good thing
    because,finally goverment shows that they wants INA badminton become better and still give medals in many championship..
    wkwkwkw..
    hopefully it's gonna be true

    waiting for other national company tooo..

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    i think PLN is already sponsoring team ina...is it not?

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    Pertamina 2nd sponsor for team INA...

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    wow..
    it's a good news,,

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick.h View Post
    i think PLN is already sponsoring team ina...is it not?
    PLN is only for Alvent/Hendra since the owner of SGS is also a committee member of PLN...
    PERTAMINA hasexpressed their desire to sponsor PBSI.
    Some players get AMWAY also...you will see themin AE

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    Default About Taufik..

    ..there's a funny Indonesian saying that goes:
    Obama: (Orang Banyak Masalah->Someone who has many problems)
    and this is Taufik:
    Tak Ada Usaha Frustrasi Ikut Kembali (There's no effort, frustration will follow).

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    Quote Originally Posted by simonlovers View Post
    Susi Susanti in WS and Lili tampi/Finarsih in WD
    what era are we talking now??

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    Quote Originally Posted by jutawin View Post
    what era are we talking now??
    i think it must a response to a say "In every sudirman cup, we always rely on MS, MD & XD"

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    PLN is only for Alvent/Hendra since the owner of SGS is also a committee member of PLN...
    PERTAMINA hasexpressed their desire to sponsor PBSI.
    Some players get AMWAY also...you will see themin AE
    As I read through local media, Amway may become supporting sponsor for SDK, Maria Kristin, Firda, Kido/Setiawan, is it true?

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    Quote Originally Posted by otaclub View Post
    i think it must a response to a say "In every sudirman cup, we always rely on MS, MD & XD"
    Yes..you're right...

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