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    saw Koo/Tan played between any SS tournaments and CBL their playstyle totally different as they play more aggresive in CBL than in SS tournaments...

    dunno why they use that playstyle to win matches...

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    someone wrote a nice vew.

    Tuesday March 12, 2013 BAM should stop making excuses for dismal duo

    I REFER to the report “Tougher training programme for struggling Koo and Tan” (The Star, March 11).
    The Badminton Association of Malaysia’s (BAM) coaching committee should be able to gauge what doubles pair Koo Kien Keat and Tan Boon Heong (pic) are capable of in future badminton tournaments with their string of poor performances recently.
    Enough excuses have been given by the pair and their coaches for their failures.
    For BAM coaching and training chairman Ng Chin Chai to say now that the physical training that the pair had been doing was not enough is just another lame excuse.
    Ng should have known this earlier, not offer excuses for the pair’s failure in the recent All-England tournament.
    The story quotes Ng as saying that the trainers will get the players to do more sprints, more smashing and more jogging.
    In the same breath, he says the only fear they have in pushing the players especially Koo – in training is the risk of them getting injured. So will there be extra training?
    Koo-Tan were booted out in the second round in Birmingham by Thailand’s Maneepong Jongjit-Nipitiphon Puangpeapech 21-17, 21-18. Koo-Tan were also eliminated in the second round of the same tournament last year.
    When players fail, team officials should also take the brunt, not just point fingers and look for excuses and scapegoats.
    It is evident that Koo-Tan have reached their peak and several other foreign pairs have improved by leaps and bounds.
    BAM should start focusing on grooming the back-up players with exposure in international tournaments. It is never too early to start.
    WILLIAM DENNIS
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    source : The Star, Views Coloumn

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    Quote Originally Posted by zamrioo2 View Post
    funny... nothing Tan Kim Her can do... tactically, he is worse than Rexy... after this Paulus will be blamed for their losing... like the always
    Tactically, TKH is smart -- hire Paulus to coach KKK/TBH. Anything wrong, blame and fire Paulus ;p

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    I just found the message exchange on facebook between KKK/TBH and their fans:

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2cents View Post
    I just found the message exchange on facebook between KKK/TBH and their fans:
    Mind to translate???

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    Quote Originally Posted by davlee View Post
    Mind to translate???
    TBH asking the person that ask them to retire, to replace TBH first, then TBH will retire.

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    I think he sounded a little bit cocky here 'replace him first then he'll retire'...

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    What tbh said is true... Until some Malaysian able to dethrone him. He will be there

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    Quote Originally Posted by SibugiChai View Post
    What tbh said is true... Until some Malaysian able to dethrone him. He will be there
    UNFORTUNATELY yes... He shouldnt see it that way. He should take it as an opportunity rather than being sarcastic.

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    Split the partnership up. It's time for those two to show their responsibility to younger players by partnering the younger guys. Give their experience to the younger guys and being up the next generation. Sudirman cup should be the starting point as a preliminary to the Thomas cup next year. Don't worry about the World Championships.

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    All the players need a change in mentality

    Overall, Malaysian players lack fighting spirit and initiative when playing matches
    They are always passive and rarely seen taking chances to attack and score points

    Instead they prefer soaking up their enemies drives and smashes to rely on their defenses...

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    Passive games are for pussies

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    just watched the India open QF match between KKK/TBH and KKJ/KSR.

    how embarassing. out of shape, out of form, no fighting spirit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    just watched the India open QF match between KKK/TBH and KKJ/KSR.

    how embarassing. out of shape, out of form, no fighting spirit.
    funny... I just watched that and also the highlights of the French Open against Ko/Lee. What a huge difference! Even though they also lost in that one, but they were "in the zone".

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    just watched the India open QF match between KKK/TBH and KKJ/KSR.

    how embarrassing. out of shape, out of form, no fighting spirit.
    Exactly. I just watched the repeat on tv a few hours ago and I am lost for words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    just watched the India open QF match between KKK/TBH and KKJ/KSR.



    how embarassing. out of shape, out of form, no fighting spirit.


    ahh...thats the shape all this while, and with that shape come that form. pretty much the same story.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheung View Post
    Split the partnership up. It's time for those two to show their responsibility to younger players by partnering the younger guys. Give their experience to the younger guys and being up the next generation. Sudirman cup should be the starting point as a preliminary to the Thomas cup next year. Don't worry about the World Championships.
    like what? how to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory!

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