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    It all boils down to two choices :

    1. Pay Hafiz an allowance he is asking for, after which he will bring out his magic wand and become a world-beater.
    2. Tell Hafiz to deliver some silverware first and then pay him a King's ransom.

    Which comes first, the chicken or the egg?
    Meantime, the Malaysian "house" is burning down with no sight of new players emerging, except for doubles. Maybe its time for some leadership.

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    yes.my dear dato asbullah.a truth that hurts.go hafiz,go retire...u know why i keep back hafiz up all this while?bcoz hes special player that wehave.im hoping to have him back in mas team n keep cheer for him.i was afraid if we let him go,we may cant find any hafiz anymore.but after 5 years,n he is 26 now.i have to accept the fact.we have lost him.

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    taneepak.for ur first 'choice' - i dont think government would ever listen to that.give me allowance- only then i will do something about my game.n win..(hafiz's theory)for ur 2nd choice - u know,that is one of reasons that lead to malaysians athletes' downfall.we are malaysians who are not suppose to accept any other government's 'help'.n for ur "its time for some leadership".believe me.BAm do work on that.we have worried about this since 3-4 years ago.due to wch's lost in wc. againts xia xuan xe.(did i gave a right spelling??)sorry to beijing ppls.we have tan chun seang,arif latif.need more players.yes.we are working on that.

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    im very sorry to say this esp to HH supporters, Hafiz is not going anywhere by this "hardworking" attitude, I mean have you ever seen once that he is fit enough to finish a rubber game gracefully with a competitive opponent? I can't recalled of any.

    If he is to continue like this, it's better to quit now and concentrate on how to be a better constable.

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    I have an idea to help Hafiz that will give him the allowances that he wants first and then a final settlement with him later that he cannot walk away with. All what the BAM needs to do is to have a written agreement with Hafiz, in which the BAM will give Hafiz a monthly allowance of say R10,000 for 2 years in exchange for a charge on Hafiz's assets or a guarantee from Hafiz or his backers that is acceptable to a bank. If Hafiz delivers he can keep all the allowances and more. If he doesn't deliver the guarantor or the charge on his assets takes care of that. This way everyone wins.
    What do you think of it?

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    Good suggestion. Forget him lah...goner... (a challenge to hafiz if you can make a comeback). Ambillah cabaran ini.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koo_fan View Post
    yes.my dear dato asbullah.a truth that hurts.go hafiz,go retire...u know why i keep back hafiz up all this while?bcoz hes special player that wehave.im hoping to have him back in mas team n keep cheer for him.i was afraid if we let him go,we may cant find any hafiz anymore.but after 5 years,n he is 26 now.i have to accept the fact.we have lost him.
    My dear,

    We lost Hafiz the day after he won the AE. Typical Malaysia Boleh problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak View Post
    I have an idea to help Hafiz that will give him the allowances that he wants first and then a final settlement with him later that he cannot walk away with. All what the BAM needs to do is to have a written agreement with Hafiz, in which the BAM will give Hafiz a monthly allowance of say R10,000 for 2 years in exchange for a charge on Hafiz's assets or a guarantee from Hafiz or his backers that is acceptable to a bank. If Hafiz delivers he can keep all the allowances and more. If he doesn't deliver the guarantor or the charge on his assets takes care of that. This way everyone wins.
    What do you think of it?
    Dont bother. No point flogging a dead horse.

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    pemuda, i m totally agreed with u. Give the chance to the youngster to play in the international matches, hopefully will come out with another LCW.

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    lets treat hafiz as a special case.exceptioon of sports rule.n move on.

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    whole Malaysia oredi gave-up on him
    why even bother to start a thread on him?
    right now, sad to say our single hero is only LCW..
    as for HH, if he want better income, police better...

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielwong View Post
    whole Malaysia oredi gave-up on him
    why even bother to start a thread on him?
    right now, sad to say our single hero is only LCW..
    as for HH, if he want better income, police better...

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    When Mohd Hafiz Hashim won the All-England singles title in 2003, he was rewarded with a car, land, money and a hero’s welcome home. When Koo Kien Keat and Tan Boon Heong won the All-England doubles title on March 2007, they were rewarded with only a fraction of what Hafiz got. Not that such rewards are necessarily good. Sadly, Hafiz hasn’t outdone himself since 2003.

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    yeah but luckily they are not rewarded the same as what hafiz got...if not kkk and tbh will also have the same fate as him..being a yoyo =X
    They almost going to become yoyo player but luckily they got rexy who will smack them if they going to be like hafiz =D

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    Quote Originally Posted by koo_fan View Post
    lets treat hafiz as a special case.exceptioon of sports rule.n move on.
    Thats the problem with Malaysian sports la. We got too many exceptions here and there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dato Asbullah View Post
    When Mohd Hafiz Hashim won the All-England singles title in 2003, he was rewarded with a car, land, money and a hero’s welcome home. When Koo Kien Keat and Tan Boon Heong won the All-England doubles title on March 2007, they were rewarded with only a fraction of what Hafiz got. Not that such rewards are necessarily good. Sadly, Hafiz hasn’t outdone himself since 2003.
    True.. they didnt even win a car. What Proton did was .. we will lend u the car to use for one year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    True.. they didnt even win a car. What Proton did was .. we will lend u the car to use for one year.
    As though they don't have $$$ to buy a car

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