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03-17-2008, 10:34 PM #171
However, it is ok to play wf politicians during the free time, but not during election time, don't u think, the politicians r using them as a 'tool' to attract more voters???? I m really sick with this.
Sorry, mods, off topic, but i got to say this out. Close.
03-17-2008, 11:24 PM #172
Pemuda didn't go off-topic (geez, the sky must be raining red soon!) with his comments regarding the election thingy because he's right - the players should remember that they represent the nation in an international badminton circuit - their job first and foremost is to play badminton.
Are they registered members of said political outfit? If so, then the argument can't be used because it's part of their duty as members, regardless of what they do for a living.
03-17-2008, 11:59 PM #173
03-18-2008, 12:51 AM #174
When lin dan lost to lcw,why he is not bashed by ppls as bad as lcw?
i know the record is about 3 won by lcw and about 8 won by lin dan.
But when lin dan lost,no big deal.he played well.Just that....etc etc.
Lcw's lost is a big issue eh?
03-18-2008, 01:24 AM #175
But the u forgot to highlighted the drastic triumphs experienced by this kkk.
N all the drastic popularity hes going through.U cant expect him to experience the same thing like what lcw have.They are not the same.
kkk has once became our sweetheart.But he keep dissapointing lately.
What the fans need to do?Support.
Im quite happy with pemuda recently.He seems...Nicer?Appreciate that brother.
Hes not performing lately.True.But will he bounce back?undefined.
we will found out later.
For the moment,in my opinion,only kkk can save himself.Not us.
bad fans or lovely fans.Both cant give huge impact.
The answer is on kkk himself.
But like what kkk said,the supportive fans is slightly better.
sorry.Off topic.But comparing is something inappropriate.
N thanks for ur nice words shuttlekok.U are entitled of ur opinion.
N doing ur voice out in manners is something i should remark.
Last edited by koo_fan; 03-18-2008 at 01:29 AM.
03-18-2008, 02:44 AM #176
03-18-2008, 03:15 AM #177
Misbun is definitely great as a Training Coach.But it won't hurt to hire MF as a guest coach for just one tournament (hopefully SPO08!).MF did that for Tine R. in JO07 and once is all that's needed to just trigger off some breakthrough ideas.
As an example, in tennis, Djokovic has one coach but the coach was smart enough to realise that he can benefit more from having a short term guidance from John McEnroe on netplay.That catalyst probably helped him to create a record of beating the top 3 seeds in a row in winning the Montreal Open.And he took out Federer in straight 3 in the Australian Open.(But of course, Federer was suffering from mononucleisis?)
I'm pretty confident Misbun will be just as smart to welcome and test out a different tournament approach.
03-18-2008, 03:32 AM #178
You mean like wait for Lin Dan to contract mononucleosis?
03-18-2008, 03:35 AM #179
03-18-2008, 03:37 AM #180
03-18-2008, 03:39 AM #181
03-18-2008, 03:56 AM #182
03-18-2008, 04:37 AM #183
When my fellow "Msia Boleh fellowships" learn to accept that LD is a better player than our LCW??? That's the fact though disheartening
We should be proud to have LCW as our countryman. Look at other badminton powerhouse such as Korea and Denmark, none of their top players could match our LCW. So, we must be contented
Msia Boleh!!!!!!! LCW Boleh!!!!!!
03-18-2008, 05:58 AM #184
03-18-2008, 06:15 AM #185
So, it doesnt effect their performance per se but cos Rexy didnt like his players being used by politicians...and so that it wouldnt become a routine accorrance, Rexy made noise.
And in case some here dont know, thereafter, the politicians did not ask MD players to go for such events anymore.
LCW, I'm not too sure about the details but I agree his loss not related to political campaigning. Just some here dont like players being used as political mileage.
And stated in the other thread, LCW, KKK/TBH did go for the charity event organised a few days bf AE, Rexy agreed to the event, seems to know the organiser quite well from what the organiser said. Should they stay away too since it might effect their performance? It's about balance.
03-18-2008, 06:40 AM #186
2007 Perfomance summary
Here's some statistic regarding 2007 performance (Lin Dan vs Lee Chong Wei):
Lin Dan - 2007 Performance
Played 13 tournaments, reached 7 finals ( 53.8% success rate)
Won 7 Gold medals ( 1 x World Champ; 5 x SS; 1 x GP)
Lost to 5 person: Park Sung Hwan (x2); Simon Santoso; Boonsak Ponsana; Lee Chong Wei; Bao Chun Lai
Lee Chong Wei - 2007 Performance
Played 16 tournaments, reached 6 finals (37.5% success rate)
Won 4 Gold medals ( 3 x SS; 1 x GP ) and 2 Silver medals (2 x SS)
Lost to 9 different person: Bao Chun Lai (x3); Lin Dan (x2); Taufik Hidayat, Chen Jin, Chen Yu, Ronald Susilo; Hafiz Hashim, Simon Santoso, Sony Dwi Kuncoro
Based on the above, Lee Chong Wei is still not on par with Lin Dan, performance-wise; however, I agree that Lee is technically on par with Lin now.
03-18-2008, 07:00 AM #187
U had go too far my friend.. You are right IF and only IF our TOPIC is YEAR 2007 achievement for LCW & LD is it on par? In term of medal collection, how many finals they had reach and.. etc...
What we are discussing here is LCW & LD level of play is now on par.. No such thing as LD is better or a class higher then LCW..
In Year 2007, LD had lost twice to LCW in Sudirman Cup & Japan Open semi-final, LD won back in Hong Kong Open & Swiss Open 2008.. Someone pls correct me if i am wrong..
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