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    @bananakid
    It was the same to me!!
    I deleted it directly, too

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    have u ever watched a more nicer baddy matches award wining drama series who scoops 5 titles in the grammy awards directed by mr Li? during the all england 2008 final and the OG08 semi final? not to mention the 'actor' name
    Hey, at least the so-called 'match fixing' actors/actress were really put in some effort in making it sort of 'real'... especially how Lin Dan would try to imply the idea that he had a bad knee during AE 08, and he still was doing some diving implying the idea that he was still trying. I found it funny enough to remain in my badminton match collection.

    The KKK/TBH vs fuzzy was showing no heart whatsoever... the crowd was dead and probably most of them were taking their afternoon nap or something. You have 2 arrogant players on one side showing no interest in the match, and 2 short guys(who look like junior high school kids) making silly errors... WHAT A MATCH!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wong8Egg View Post
    Well, I've just finish watching the Semi of the Hong Kong SS and what a disappointment from KKK/TBH. It is obvious that KKK/TBH is the stronger pair, Fuzzy has lose defense and often get killed by just one hard smash from TBH, also their fire power is weaker in contrast, and it takes them smash after smash to kill a rally.
    Who really beat KKK/TBH is not fuzzy but themselves really. Their arrogance body and facial expression pretty summed up the result from the beginning.
    If only KKK/TBH could have the Fuzzy's attitude + their skills, or vice versa, Malaysia would simply has 2 of the best MD in the world. What a shame.
    i agree with tht part....very obvious wat...even my uncle tht do not understand badminton also say kkk/tbh the more stable pair o wat ever...moreover he is a singaporean....they cannot have thier attitude...c zakry fast his team mate also wan to show that kind of face....sure kenak beat if offcourt with samseng...haha...really hope kkk/tbh can jump up from thei slump n win the SS final tittle...+more confident nexy yar

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    Quote Originally Posted by bananakid View Post
    You have 2 arrogant players on one side showing no interest in the match, and 2 short guys(who look like junior high school kids) making silly errors... WHAT A MATCH!!!
    your so called short guys who look like junior high school kids eventually reach the final and actually did gave the favorites korean pair a run for their money.
    just inches away from clinching the title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    your so called short guys who look like junior high school kids eventually reach the final and actually did gave the favorites korean pair a run for their money.
    just inches away from clinching the title.
    i think he meant the look, not their play.

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    haha...i dont want to add oil into fire...but...fuzzy have their own thread...please have a visit in there...not here...

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    oops, again, this one is turning to be Fuzzy's thread, LOL.
    The "2 short guys" did beat Tony/Chandra in 2008 Indonesia SS to clinch the title. In HK, they beat the other Korean pair - Cho/Yoo (this was the pair who beat Tony/Chandra in round 1), to reach Semis, even though they're not in top form.
    Last edited by eaglehelang; 12-04-2008 at 07:30 AM.

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    Rexy: Generosity costing players Thursday, 04 December 2008 By : K.M. Boopathy This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
    MALAYSIA'S doubles players are at times too generous and this is costing them.
    National doubles chief coach Rexy Mainaky said this can only be stopped if the players start believing in themselves, battle hard and stop throwing away chances that could have earned them titles.

    Rexy added that the 21-point scoring system leaves no room for players to relax and their intensity must be maintained if Malaysian players wish to remain consistent.

    Consistency has helped Indonesia's Markis Kido-Hendra Setiawan and Jung Jae Sung-Lee Yong Dae of South Korea win five titles each this year, while Malaysians Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong only have the Macau Open to show.

    Compatriots Zakry Latif-Fairuzizuan Tazari are marginally better with two Super Series titles.
    In the recent Hong Kong Open, Kien Keat-Boon Heong eliminated Markis-Hendra but fell to Zakry-Fairuz in the semis.

    In the final, Zakry-Fairuz matched Jae Sung-Yong Dae shot for shot but it was the mentally stronger Koreans who triumphed.

    "Our players are on par in terms of skill but are all a little too generous, and opponents have capitalised on this," said Rexy.

    "The current scoring system doesn't leaves room for players to relax and trailing by anything more than five points means certain defeat. Our players sometimes do not finish off a game when they can.

    "We have seen our players work hard for points and then suddenly you see them conceding five points in a row. However, it must be said that it's never easy to earn points from Markis-Hendra or Jae Sung-Yong Dae as they work hard for their wins.

    "The error margin must always be kept low but our players commit too many unforced errors. This is because they don't really believe in or follow their game plan.

    "The younger players must also work hard and utilise every chance. They should look at Yong Dae as an example. He is only 20 but shows maturity and confidence before and during a match which allows him to produce his best. Yong Dae would not have become an Olympic champion so young if not for these qualities."

    The Korean partnered Lee Hyo Jung for the mixed doubles title in the Beijing Olympics in August.

    The consistency of Kien Keat-Boon Heong and Zakry-Fairuz will come under scrutiny again at the Super Series Masters Finals in Kota Kinabalu on Dec 18-21 where the world's top eight pairs will be competing.


    http://www.bam.org.my/index.php?opti...d=774&Itemid=1

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    mas most generous geogre@chongwei. ..read wat rexy say...

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    this is their last chance to show they should not split right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    this is their last chance to show they should not split right?
    just relax...they wont split for now......but many want them to be split...those mistake maker in hko final...they applause...koo/tan...they blast...so fair...see how rexy comment abt them...

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    i think rexy is scraping the bottom of the barrel for excuxes. He make it sounds like his players are new to the NSS. Didn't kkk/tbh won their touted AE title under the NSS ?? no problem back but problem with the NSS now?

    Now, how many tournaments left for kkk/tbh to prove themselves??

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    i think rexy is scraping the bottom of the barrel for excuxes. He make it sounds like his players are new to the NSS. Didn't kkk/tbh won their touted AE title under the NSS ?? no problem back but problem with the NSS now?

    Now, how many tournaments left for kkk/tbh to prove themselves??
    Please read again...this are pointed to fuzzy...some said mas number 1 md...

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    mas most generous geogre@chongwei. ..read wat rexy say...
    of course i red that...
    as i 've told b4..nobody is perfect and anyone can do mistakes...
    the mistakes they had already done and thats the fact, what more for argue about generous and not generous.maybe they can start polish their skills again and improve again and study what went wrong with them.etc...the only thing now fuzzy pair and all the pair in Malaysia md department imo, is start believing in themselves, battle hard and stop throwing away chances that could have earned them titles. all these advice from rexy should be in their mind...

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    as i 've told b4..nobody is perfect and anyone can do mistakes...
    the mistakes they had already done and thats the fact, what more for argue about generous and not generous.maybe they can start polish their skills again and improve again and study what went wrong with them.
    their problem is MISTAKE...MISTAKE AND MISTAKE......and even rexy say...ours skill are on same leveL...why nid to polish more???...ur point of study wat when wrong to them...is they COMMIT MISTAKE AFTER MISTAKE......simple...silly mistake...clear?...

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    maybe its their nerve in the final..everybody has their nerve....they still need to polish that part in my opinion..hello limsy, are we getting out of the topic here??
    go to this post posted by u yourselves >> http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...&postcount=873

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    ok...we carry on to another thread...
    Last edited by limsy; 12-04-2008 at 11:36 AM.

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