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    Arrow Is BAM putting to much pressure on Lee Chong Wei?

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    Is BAM putting to much pressure on Lee Chong Wei?

    Article from The Star : Chong Wei committed to Masters Finals and SEA Games
    (http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...289&sec=sports)

    Have a read of the article and tell us what you think.
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    i would say that they didnt have the ability to manage things well
    lack of planning and ability to think far

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    Arrow Is BAM putting too much pressure on Lee Chong Wei?

    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post

    Is BAM putting to much pressure on Lee Chong Wei?

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    Just found typo error. Title should read:
    Is BAM putting too much pressure on Lee Chong Wei?
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    Relying too much on LCW also.

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    Arrow BAM is relying too much on LCW

    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post

    Relying too much on LCW also.

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    I agree.

    IMHO, BAM must give LCW an opportunity to earn his good prize $ reward at the 2009 SS Finals. And after that event, let him rest; and not requiring him to represent Malaysia at the SEA Games.

    Yes, unfortunately, BAM is relying too much on LCW.
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    Default After reading that article..

    ..i get the feeling LCW's obligations for both events are different:
    The SSMF seems to be LCW's duty to fulfill obligations to the sponsors/fans/MAS as the host.
    The SEAG seems to be LCW's duty to fulfill obligations to BAM.

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    Just read some news form some website

    http://sports.ynet.com/view.jsp?oid=58710152
    source: Ynet.com

    Summary:

    Although LCW has expressed his enthusiasm in participating in China Badminton League, BAM's president (Guo Chee Keong,吴志强>not sure abt the English spelling) told the press that LCW needs permission from the national association to participate in the league. From what it was reported in the press, it seems that 吴志强 is not very keen of letting LCW participate in the China Badminton League, stating that LCW has a busy schedule ahead of him(Asian Games,Thomas Cup, WC and Super Series event). In contrast, Misbun shown support and encourage LCW to play in the league in China, stating that there are no good sparring partners for LCW back home.

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    The feeling I got from reading the above article is, BAM is trying to milk as much as they can from LCW while he is still playing in the pro circuit. They certainly did not give much thought on how to further develop LCW as a top player in the long run. I felt as if they dont really care much on what will happen to LCW(or give him good rest in between tournaments) as long as he can continue to produce results(even if it's just SS events). Not only they are putting unnecessary pressure on LCW(force LCW to participate in SEA?Who's gives a damn about SEA games anyway except PBSI and BAM?) , they are putting obstacles on LCW's path to progress as a player as they are [1] tiring him out [2] not giving him a better environment to train in(not helping him to play in China).

    In a way, I feel that this is a pity as I can foresee that LD is still going to be the dominant figure in MS in the next few years as BAM is not too concern on training LCW up to face LD. Thanks to BAM's short-sighted visions, I am relieve because I feel that China can continue be the dominant figure in MS in the future. On the other hand, I feel really sad as a badminton fan as I feel that I won't be seeing much of a thrilling match between LD and LCW should they meet again in the future.
    Last edited by majyun; 11-26-2009 at 01:18 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by majyun View Post
    Just read some news form some website

    http://sports.ynet.com/view.jsp?oid=58710152
    source: Ynet.com

    Summary:

    Although LCW has expressed his enthusiasm in participating in China Badminton League, BAM's president (Guo Chee Keong,吴志强>not sure abt the Englisg spelling) told the press that LCW needs permission from the national association to participate in the league. From what it was reported in the press, it seems that 吴志强 is not very keen of letting LCW participate in the China Badminton League, stating that LCW has a busy schedule ahead of him(Asian Games,Thomas Cup, WC and Super Series event). In contrast, Misbun shown support and encourage LCW to play in the league in China, stating that there are no good sparring partners for LCW back home.

    ************************************************** *****

    The feeling I got from reading the above article is, BAM is trying to milk as much as they can from LCW while he is still being able to play. They certainly did not give much thought on how to further develop LCW as a top player in the long run. I felt as if they dont care much will happen to LCW(or give him good rest in between) as long as he continue to produce results(even if it's just SS events). Not only they are putting unnecessary pressure on LCW(force LCW to participate in SEA?Who's gives a damn about SEA games anyway except PBSI and BAM?) , they are putting obstacles on LCW's path to progress as a player as they are [1] tiring him out [2] not giving him a better environment to train in(not helping him to play in China).

    In a way, I feel that this is a pity as I can foresee that LD is still going to be the dominant figure in the next few years as BAM is not too concern on training LCW up to face LD. Thanks to BAM's short-sighted visions, I am relieve because I feel that China will most likely to be the dominant figure in MS in the next coming few years. On the other hand, I feel really sad as a badminton fan as I think I will less likely to see another thrilling match between LD and LCW should they meet in the future.
    hell yeah
    i pretty much agree with ur view

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..i get the feeling LCW's obligations for both events are different:
    The SSMF seems to be LCW's duty to fulfill obligations to the sponsors/fans/MAS as the host.
    The SEAG seems to be LCW's duty to fulfill obligations to BAM.
    too many bosses

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    Just like LD is obliged to participate in the The East Asia Games on behalf of China's Badminton Association. I see no difference between LD's and LCW's situations in this case.

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    Ask yourself this question: would LCW be where he is without BAM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Just like LD is obliged to participate in the The East Asia Games on behalf of China's Badminton Association. I see no difference between LD's and LCW's situations in this case.
    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Ask yourself this question: would LCW be where he is without BAM?
    You are completely missing the point. It's not a question of whether LCW should play in Sea games or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lcleing View Post
    You are completely missing the point. It's not a question of whether LCW should play in Sea games or not.
    It is part of the point. If LCW was not contracted to BAM, his commitment to the Sea Games wouldn't be an issue. In this case, BAM is flexing its muscle and putting pressure on LCW to participate.

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    Arrow Lee Chong Wei was in two minds over competing in the 2009 SEA Games

    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post

    Just like LD is obliged to participate in the The East Asia Games on behalf of China's Badminton Association. I see no difference between LD's and LCW's situations in this case.

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    However, LCW had expressed some concerns. From the article, it's reported that;

    "Chong Wei had expressed concerns as the SEA Games competitions (Dec 10-17) will be held four days after the completion of the Masters Finals (Dec 2-6). Having recovered fully from a left knee injury recently, Chong Wei feared it would act up again and was in two minds over competing in Laos".
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    However, LCW had expressed some concerns. From the article, it's reported that;

    "Chong Wei had expressed concerns as the SEA Games competitions (Dec 10-17) will be held four days after the completion of the Masters Finals (Dec 2-6). Having recovered fully from a left knee injury recently, Chong Wei feared it would act up again and was in two minds over competing in Laos".
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    Things like a knee injury can't be predicted. When the dates for these events were announced, LCW didn't seem to have qualms about participating in both. If he's so concerned about his knee, he can take it easier in the SS Finals and go full bore in the SEA games.

    I bet LCW will not be fielded in the early stages of the team competition as MAS's opposition will be easy (I haven't seen the draw yet). That will give him a couple of extra days' rest.

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    Also LCW has signed separate deal as well with Yonex himself...

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    I bet LCW will not be fielded in the early stages of the team competition as MAS's opposition will be easy (I haven't seen the draw yet). That will give him a couple of extra days' rest.
    mas direct enter semis
    yes
    before meeting ina,lcw can rest(IF BAM DARE REST HIM)
    what a pity

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