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    i think taufik would make a great coach if he's willing to pass on his experience to the next generation of INA players

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    Taufik would just chose to chill with his wife...dun like his attitude...I think he should pass down his skills to younger players....

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    taufik is a bit temperamental to teach youngsters. at least not until he is well into his 50s and have two grown kids. but i would like to think that when he mellows a bit he would make a good coach and to see his set of skills in another youngster would be exciting to the world of badminton.

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    Yes, I agree with you Azabaz. A hot-tempered person will not make a good coach. By the way, I don't think that Taufik is a type of person who would share his skills with other players..he wants to be a legend

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    Quote Originally Posted by azabaz_ipoh View Post
    taufik is a bit temperamental to teach youngsters. at least not until he is well into his 50s and have two grown kids. but i would like to think that when he mellows a bit he would make a good coach and to see his set of skills in another youngster would be exciting to the world of badminton.
    I do not see TH will be a coach yet....it takes many aspects to become one......

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    I do not see TH will be a coach yet....it takes many aspects to become one......
    haha yes i agree. somehow i see him as this famous celebrity in indonesia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azabaz_ipoh View Post
    just a rhetorical question. what animal would be really good at badminton?
    i dont want to answer, i might be banned for insult someone here

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    Quote Originally Posted by azabaz_ipoh View Post
    just a rhetorical question. what animal would be really good at badminton?
    Off topic here but isnt the answer a bit obvious (pointing out at our NGP)

    Back on the topic, dont think PBSI need to hire a foreign coach. True that they wont be able to afford it, but the current line of coaches are decent enough. The main reason of the current draught of title in the WS division is simply the lack of talents, it is unfair to put the blame on the coaching staff. No matter how good a coach is, they cant produce anything if theres nothing to work with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannot_smash View Post
    Off topic here but isnt the answer a bit obvious (pointing out at our NGP)

    Back on the topic, dont think PBSI need to hire a foreign coach. True that they wont be able to afford it, but the current line of coaches are decent enough. The main reason of the current draught of title in the WS division is simply the lack of talents, it is unfair to put the blame on the coaching staff. No matter how good a coach is, they cant produce anything if theres nothing to work with.
    hahahaha, oh yeah, the lovable panda.

    on the other matter, yes, i think that is true. coaches can help good players get better but if there's no good players there's not much a coach can do. but i can see indonesian junior players showing a lot of promise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..hmm..are Tony G., Rexy, Halim, to name a few, considered "foreign" coach(es)??..
    The question should be why did all these players immigrated in the 1st place???

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    Somehow, I can't buy into the fact that INA women's singles squad had no talents. 200+ million souls and not a single talent? More about not being able to unearth them, I think. Not that they are not there. Otherwise, how can INA account for Susi Susanti, Sarwendah, Verawati, Ivana Lie etc.

    A proud tradition like that can't just disappear ......

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    During selection for Junior, I am more optimist that INA will have a better future with Linda Weni, Alfa and Tike......

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfa-2 View Post
    The question should be why did all these players immigrated in the 1st place???
    ..good question....My gues is: so they can become "foreign" coaches??..

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    Indo's specialize in exporting their players/coaches..not importing.Besides,i don't think it's necessary..What needs to be done is the correction within the PBSI..since i believe,there's so many talents out there that is still hidden.More money should be generated to this one particular sport from the government n seek for more sponsors,n kick out the racism out of the system..so that there'll be more souls n talents attracted to be involved to the real game,hand in hand to bring up fight for the country,just like in the old time!
    Last edited by Smichz; 02-16-2008 at 01:20 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfa-2 View Post
    The question should be why did all these players immigrated in the 1st place???
    PBSI has limited spots for Coaches and also some players have their own personal agenda/career...the good thing about PBSI that they allow the players go or coach...especially with new Management.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by abedeng View Post
    Somehow, I can't buy into the fact that INA women's singles squad had no talents. 200+ million souls and not a single talent? More about not being able to unearth them, I think. Not that they are not there. Otherwise, how can INA account for Susi Susanti, Sarwendah, Verawati, Ivana Lie etc.

    A proud tradition like that can't just disappear ......
    it's all about money, nowadays our government didn't really respect the sportman, due to poor future for them, money prize discount, corruption, even one of gold medalist on athtletic sport just sell tea bottle in front of the senayan. No matter how much bottle she could sell, it's almost impossible to bought new hitech arc saber-10..
    what a poor indonesia....
    many talents, but money gets talk,....

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