Thread: Indonesia Badminton
09-07-2009, 07:38 AM #1395
09-07-2009, 07:56 AM #1396
09-07-2009, 12:01 PM #1397
Off topic-No problem..
Personally, i look past beyond the minority/race/status card.
Btw, if you'd like to continue singing your praise of Prez BO, you can hover on over these threads, if you haven't read them yet:
09-07-2009, 02:16 PM #1398
as a matter of record.... it has been proven that.. malaysian has never laid claim that a certain balinese dance originated from malaysia. that in fact was a mistake made by a multinational media company that did not do their homework
malaysians btw .... looked on with amazement when we see our neighbors down south go crazy over something so obvious, a mistake, this is not the first time. .i guess it wont be the last..... we shrugged our shoulders. and say.. 'gasak lah korang'
(i do believe that, that explosives expert guy has something to do with the intensity of emotions)
imagine what would have happened if malaysians practiced open burning (at the scale of whats happening in sumatra or kalimantan) and the smog descended on jakarta or any of the big cities... yearly and causes lots of discomfort and misery... i bet ....
nevermind. lets go back to badminton.. i visit this thread often... i find indonesian badminton intriguing and have no doubt, they will one day . be facing china toe toe eye to eye once again...
malaysian badminton on the other hand.. stilll need lots of work
09-07-2009, 08:18 PM #1399
This is just absurd
Indonesia Brings Out the Big Guns For SEA Games
In order to bring home the gold, Indonesia plans to bring out its best.
Mired in a yearlong slump of poor performances, the Indonesian Badminton Association (PBSI) plans to send its best 18 shuttlers to the Southeast Asian Games in search of a gold-medal rush.
Indonesia national team head coach Christian Hadinata said the squad would be similar to the 2007 SEA Games team that went to Thailand. Two 2007 world champion pairs — Nova Widianto and Liliyana Natsir (mixed doubles), and Markis Kido and Hendra Setiawan (men’s doubles) — helped the country win gold in all seven events.
“It’s about fighting for the country,” Christian said on Friday. “We just want ‘Indonesia Raya’ sung more often in such events.”
Entries for the Games in Vientiane, Laos, are not fixed, though, until next month’s deadline, and Christian said the door was still open for younger shuttlers.
“The names can still be changed because we will still have to see our opponents first to manage our strategy of play,” he said.
Former national player Alan Budikusumah said the PBSI’s decision makes sense in the wake of the Indonesian National Sports Committee (KONI) and the government challenging athletes to bring home more gold medals.
Alan said the PBSI must have a regeneration plan in its athlete development program, even though any benefits will not be seen for years.
“It is not easy work preparing young athletes for such Games, especially when Indonesia will host the Games in 2011,” he said. “We only have two years left to prepare the athletes. Of course, it will be a good moment for Indonesia’s badminton team to help the country clinch the overall champion title again.”
Icuk Sugiarto, on the other hand, is not keen on the idea of sending Indonesia’s best to the SEA Games.
The 1985 world champion said the PBSI must adhere to its regeneration plan.
“The SEA Games is a good start for young shuttlers to start representing the country at an international level,” he said. “If the PBSI still sends the seniors, it shows a big failure of the PBSI in its development program and Indonesian badminton as a whole by setting up its orientation on SEA Games only, while other countries set their eyes on higher-level events, such as the Olympics.”
Icuk, a gold medalist at the 1985, 1987 and 1989 SEA Games, said victory in the regional games was not such a big deal in his day.
“The real pride we got was by defeating China’s top players in the world championship, not by defeating Singapore’s or Vietnam’s,” he said.
For its part, KONI has asked the national sports federations to prepare only those athletes who have the best chance of winning medals. Budget shortages could see the country’s SEA Games contingent shrink to as little as 155 athletes.
“It’s a small contingent. If we want to improve our achievements, they [the athletes] all must bring home as many gold medals as they can,” said Djoko Pramono, the SEA Games national training camp head.
09-07-2009, 08:27 PM #1400
My preferred squad for SEA Games:
MS -- Simon Santoso, Tommy Sugiarto, Yoga Pratama or Nugroho Andi Saputro
WS -- Adriyanti Firdasari, Lindaweni Fanetri, and one from Pratama
MD -- Bona Septano/Mohd Ahsan, Rian Sukmawan/Yonathan Suryatama Dasuki
WD -- Nitya Krishinda Maheswari/Greysia Polii, Meiliana Jauhari/Shendy Puspa Irawati
XD -- Devin Lahardi/Lita Nurlita, Tontowi Ahmad/Richi Puspita Dili or Fran Kurniawan/Pia Zebadiah Bernadet
09-07-2009, 09:53 PM #1401
Management of PBSI should be change..
Our senior athletes were not to be care findly..
Take a looK,choach's Sony..
I dunno know who he is..
I think PBSI should call many gud explayers like hendrawan,tony,chandra,susi susanti,etc..
To be coach..
PBSI just want to get much bussiness advantage with sacrifice our nation..
09-07-2009, 11:31 PM #1402
09-08-2009, 12:16 AM #1403
I agree with recalling ex-players to coach...its relieving to hear that nova's going to coach XD department with richard mainaky...its a start...
hendrawan has gone to follow rexy's footsteps to the land of malings...so no thanks...
tony's coaching the US baddy now, unlikely to return to INA...
candra's doing all he can to bring back INA's glorious days in baddy by building his own MD baddy club and all that (mostly by selling his name too , brilliant!)
09-08-2009, 12:26 AM #1404
it is VERY frustrating, but i hear mas government deny any involvements regarding the Pendet Dance controversy, blaming a third party (private advertising company) and now blaming discovery channel for airing the ad...wtf?
not to mention the no.1 most hunted terrorist in INA is a malaysian too?
09-08-2009, 12:39 AM #1405
If I were Koh Lius, I will get Hayom and Febe too... They have a better shot at getting medals than Yoga or Gepeng [Nugroho] or Lindaweni or anyone from Pratama. But I think there will be too much pride on the side of the INA National team to include club players. For MD, WD, and XD, I totally agree with what you wrote, badMania...
09-08-2009, 12:55 AM #1406
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09-08-2009, 01:38 AM #1407
and to be clear, it is definitely not a mistake, even if it is, it is most definitely an 'intended' mistake to steal INA culture that malingsia government uses to promote their tourism own campaign.
im sure you have heard/read this article...for those who havent, its a good explanation to why our so called neighbour keeps stealing our culture...
in addition, malaysia is soon to be included as Indonesia's 34th province! (since they sooo want to be like us!)wkwkwkwk!
09-08-2009, 02:18 AM #1408
okok, back to badminton please
FULL FORCE INA TEAM , huh?
clean sweep again?..hmm, i dont think so
Christian Hadinata mentioned on Friday that PBSI would not take the SEA Games lightly and will send the best possible squad in the hopes of repeating their clean sweep from 2007. The next edition is to be held in a few weeks' time in Vientiane, Laos, and PBSI will most likely send the best shuttlers, including Kido/Setiawan and other veterans. Indonesia will be hosting the 2011 Games.
09-08-2009, 03:04 AM #1409
Who is Sony DK's current coach??
09-08-2009, 04:30 AM #1410
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