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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    I have a feeling that you may need to do just what you've promised.
    But how can we be sure you're not keeping to your words?
    Dont ever try to make sure that he keep to his words..dont ever.

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    If china in Ae is a disaster,then malaysia is a hurricanne.
    Katrina or durian.i dont know.Combination of both perhaps

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    Quote Originally Posted by koo_fan View Post
    If china in Ae is a disaster,then malaysia is a hurricanne.
    Katrina or durian.i dont know.Combination of both perhaps
    must be some tsunami disaster in AE this year

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    Tsunami is for bombshell.Like tsonga tsunami

    N we are truly disaster.We dont deserve tsunami.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Pemuda,

    Are you employing a different strategy?
    Quite a pleasant deviation from the norm!
    That's being sarcastic in reverse language, which is what majority of Msian fans actually think in real life - though some BCers dont think so.

    BAM, NSC are upset, that such results are unacceptable, they must post-mortem to see, etc,etc - hightened anxiety bf OG. Sports Minister too busy with shock election results to bother yet.
    Just be glad your Kendrick Lee dont get such pressure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morphy View Post
    I was actually rather impressed by LWW/CTF, especially LWW. Other than the brain cramp towards the end, the match was of high quality compared to the finals. There were several rallys that were simply breathtaking. Granted the end result wasn't the desired one for MAS fans and a bit of a letdown by CTF but overall solid effort from both sides. So even tho they're being criticized for their lack of finish and rightly so, I can't deny that they've played really well up to that point....

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    errrr, BAM & coaches dont think so, CTF/LWW have been around for years, if they can play well but dont win, it's still a lost. It's still not a good result, no matter how high quality the game was. That's what counts for the decision makers & most Msian fans. Anything less is considered a failure cos Lee/Jung is lower ranked than them.

    CTF/LWW have beaten the top 8 pairs before = Fu/Cai, Kido/Setiawan, JE/ML, Lee/Hwang, so more is expected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    That's being sarcastic in reverse language, which is what majority of Msian fans actually think in real life - though some BCers dont think so.

    BAM, NSC are upset, that such results are unacceptable, they must post-mortem to see, etc,etc - hightened anxiety bf OG. Sports Minister too busy with shock election results to bother yet.
    Just be glad your Kendrick Lee dont get such pressure.
    Surprisingly, I think Kendrick has done well against TH although he still lost in the Swiss Open. So he should not feel too much of a pressure as underdog. But I doubt he would have a chance to go to the Beijing Olympics if Ronald is still fighting for a place. But I'll rather Kendrick go to experience his toughest test.

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    Morphy,appreciate ur remarked on lww/ctf
    If they didnt do well,bam,nsc,ms,fans have no right to put the blame on them.

    They performed at this age.Thats good enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    errrr, BAM & coaches dont think so, CTF/LWW have been around for years, if they can play well but dont win, it's still a lost. It's still not a good result, no matter how high quality the game was. That's what counts for the decision makers & most Msian fans. Anything less is considered a failure cos Lee/Jung is lower ranked than them.

    CTF/LWW have beaten the top 8 pairs before = Fu/Cai, Kido/Setiawan, JE/ML, Lee/Hwang, so more is expected.
    sis,will be in my side on this?
    i blame lcw more than lww/ctf
    i dissapointed with lcw more than Lww/ctf.
    In this Ae,Regardless the result,lww/ctf deserve credit more than lcw.

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    The Choon Tan Fook/Lee Wan Wah pair has more than proven their standard (I'm omitting "superior," justifiably) on the badminton arena. They are respected and have the staying power, when compared to Tan Boon Heong/Koo Kien Kiat.

    However, if Tan/Koo have the temerity to hang in there, and play solid badminton, instead of fading, they could very well be Malaysia's MD change-of-the-guards.

    It's a shame that due to their age, the lollipop girls can't rally on to their bandwagon in the same fashion.

    -dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by wood_22_chuck View Post
    The Choon Tan Fook/Lee Wan Wah pair has more than proven their standard (I'm omitting "superior," justifiably) on the badminton arena. They are respected and have the staying power, when compared to Tan Boon Heong/Koo Kien Kiat.

    However, if Tan/Koo have the temerity to hang in there, and play solid badminton, instead of fading, they could very well be Malaysia's MD change-of-the-guards.

    It's a shame that due to their age, the lollipop girls can't rally on to their bandwagon in the same fashion.

    -dave
    , LOL, due to their age & experience, more is expected as the most senior pair in the team. They already have this prob for years. What I put forth is the decision makers & majority view, not my view, he he. The decision makers view is what counts, not fans.

    Funny term, "lollipop girls", I'm much older than KKK/TBH, there's no swooning for players, they're like my little bros - they are the 2nd youngest MD in the team. 2 years down the road, if KKK/TBH still like 'fading', then...

    Just one year ago, CTF/LWW, esp CTF, received a lot of blasting from Rexy, there were calls for them to retire, that they were going downhill, etc,etc.
    They are dubbed Mr Runner-up in MD with good reason.
    What the uncles 'got' last year, KKK/TBH are getting it this year.


    Koo_Fan - like I said above, that's majority view, not a matter whether I on your side or someone else side. Stimes ppl forget the amount of blasting the uncles got in the past,this year, they're going to retire, maybe some think, no point blasting.
    Last edited by eaglehelang; 03-13-2008 at 08:19 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wood_22_chuck View Post
    The Choon Tan Fook/Lee Wan Wah pair has more than proven their standard (I'm omitting "superior," justifiably) on the badminton arena. They are respected and have the staying power, when compared to Tan Boon Heong/Koo Kien Kiat.

    However, if Tan/Koo have the temerity to hang in there, and play solid badminton, instead of fading, they could very well be Malaysia's MD change-of-the-guards.

    It's a shame that due to their age, the lollipop girls can't rally on to their bandwagon in the same fashion.

    -dave
    Lollipop gals?

    Ok.theres a term called 'sissy ronaldo' too.
    But does it affect ronaldo from being the most wanted man u player?
    no.

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