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    well kudos to Kuan B H on his win ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    Yes, exactly.....

    I was curioused where those young players from states, from badminton clubs in the country......i am sure there must be lots more youngsters who have talents and not able to study in BJSS out there.....

    The system seems not encourage these players to be in National team...just wasted those non-BJSS talents.
    Yeah , I hope they'll think about it carefully ...

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    Thumbs down The whole SYSTEM doesn't encourage development of new players

    Quote Originally Posted by SibugiChai View Post

    actually, the whole SYSTEM doesnt encourage development of players...

    BAM should not choose "BJSS" Student only can put up more tournamnet for selection instead.

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    If this is the case, it will discourage newer players/stars to enter Badminton in Malaysia.
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    Default A theory

    no money in badminton maybe the reason

    By Claire Barthelemy
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    (CNN) -- A new international poll has revealed that money is the main source of stress in most countries --- but men and women often don't worry about the same things.


    A poll finds that money is the number one reason for stress in most countries -- no matter which currency.

    The survey, which was conducted by Reader's Digest, asked people from 16 countries one simple question: What stresses you the most?

    A total of 150 participants from each country chose between money, family, health and state of the world. The result shows that most participants consider money to be the number one reason for stress.

    The recession has not only left its mark in our bank accounts, but also in our minds.

    Malaysia leads the list with 58 percent of participants stating money to be their biggest concern, followed by China and Singapore with both 55 percent. Third one in the list is the United States with 48 percent of participants blaming the dollar for their stress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
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    Malaysia leads the list with 58 percent of participants stating money to be their biggest concern, followed by China and Singapore with both 55 percent. Third one in the list is the United States with 48 percent of participants blaming the dollar for their stress.
    ..3 of those 4 countries listed have probably the most active members in BC...I'm sure kwun and the mods are quite happy those members come to BC to find some relief for their stress??..
    Hmm, I wonder where Canada is on the list?? i know there are quite a few Canadiens in BC..
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    Default The system is wrong

    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    Yes, exactly.....

    I was curioused where those young players from states, from badminton clubs in the country......i am sure there must be lots more youngsters who have talents and not able to study in BJSS out there.....

    The system seems not encourage these players to be in National team...just wasted those non-BJSS talents.
    Once the foundation is not right, no matter what we do our results will always be poor. In our case, the country is not producing top shuttlers nor results despite the support and funding. Our sports across the board is terminally ill. Politicians and their yes men have screwed it up.

    I was not around in the 60s and 70s, but I heard from my parents, uncles etc etc that our football team comprised of various races then and we were feared in Asia. Now our football is mainly 99% malays, the balance 1% will be 1-2 indian chaps sitting on the bench. I find it hard to believe that the chinese cant play football likewise for those East Malaysians. Just like badminton something is wrong, right?

    Sports should not be about colour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pemuda View Post
    Once the foundation is not right, no matter what we do our results will always be poor. In our case, the country is not producing top shuttlers nor results despite the support and funding. Our sports across the board is terminally ill. Politicians and their yes men have screwed it up.

    I was not around in the 60s and 70s, but I heard from my parents, uncles etc etc that our football team comprised of various races then and we were feared in Asia. Now our football is mainly 99% malays, the balance 1% will be 1-2 indian chaps sitting on the bench. I find it hard to believe that the chinese cant play football likewise for those East Malaysians. Just like badminton something is wrong, right?

    Sports should not be about colour.

    Yes too much racism

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    there's no 1 Malaysia spirit ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..3 of those 4 countries listed have probably the most active members in BC...I'm sure kwun and the mods are quite happy those members come to BC to find some relief for their stress??..
    Hmm, I wonder where Canada is on the list?? i know there are quite a few Canadiens in BC..
    i think canada came in the middle of the pack. Sweden and russia came in with the least stress due to money concern. For the russians, alcohol prolly took care of their money stress problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zabee View Post
    there's no 1 Malaysia spirit ..
    What do you expect from Bam?

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    What do you expect from Bam?
    I believe it is thing that should be done(reinforcement) ...

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    Arrow If at first you don't succeed; try, try and try again

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    It's always easy to criticize. It's not easy to know which is the best way to go. IMHO, the warning from BAM given to HH and KBH has done little good for the MAS team overall.

    It goes back to the well-known saying - "If at first you don't succeed; try, try and try again".
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    Default ^^Should BAM make another warning??..^^

    ..i think they should..

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris@ccc View Post
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    It's always easy to criticize. It's not easy to know which is the best way to go. IMHO, the warning from BAM given to HH and KBH has done little good for the MAS team overall.

    It goes back to the well-known saying - "If at first you don't succeed; try, try and try again".
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    That is so very true of course...what the saying meant is if at first you don't succeed, try something else (like rojak, chau kwai teow) other than badminton, and if fail in new venture, try something else and if fail...."

    After so many chances to try, I guess it is time to move on and let's other brave souls have their turn....if they are lucky and succeed, then another LD or LDCW is born, if not be prepared to be abused, hecked, stoned, crucified, bashed in BC Forum...hahaha!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneToughBirdie View Post
    That is so very true of course...what the saying meant is if at first you don't succeed, try something else (like rojak, chau kwai teow) other than badminton, and if fail in new venture, try something else and if fail...."

    After so many chances to try, I guess it is time to move on and let's other brave souls have their turn....if they are lucky and succeed, then another LD or LDCW is born, if not be prepared to be abused, hecked, stoned, crucified, bashed in BC Forum...hahaha!!
    As for that 'saying'; If at first you don't succeed; try, try and try again , in my opinion before we jump into it, we need to look at the bigger picture first. And the bigger picture is our badminton organisation/management as a whole. As long as those heading BAM is more concern about pleasing some politicians & their yes men, we can try a million times, we will still be lost. It will only be more money spent and more money into the pockets of certain officials and etc.

    Just like our football, our national team can try, try and try again ... do you seriously think we can meet the standards of Japan/Korea let alone beat Thailand & Vietnam or Indonesia in the Asean region? As long as the administration is wishy washy (like BAM), we can try, try and try again till every single cow is home ... we are still going to find ourselves heading nowhere.

    Back to HH & KBH, honestly I think BAM made a big mistake in serving them a warning. Yes, the warning have done little to both of them and the MAS badminton team. In the first place, both of them should have been dropped ages ago. They are simply not good enough. You cant just take a Proton Saga to compete in the international circuit.

    China, Denmark, S Korea & Indonesia ... they are all badminton contenders. If HH/KBH are shuttlers from these nations, do you think they will be dropped ages ago? I would say yes.

    I believe the TC is next year, in KL. And if we have HH/KBH in our squad it just shows that we have not made any progress. We are seriously handicapped when it comes to competing against the big boys. Our management in BAM is at best poor, our juniors are substandard in quality and we have some serious deadwoods coupled with some big time Charlies and one mentally weak WR#1 shuttler in our senior squad.

    .... but we can try, try, try and try some more while the big boys win all the trophies.

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    well we will get a chance to see how Rajagopal boys pewform in december Sea Games ..

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    Did u saw how Ong Kim Swee get his boys in their u-21 matches on the sidelines?
    lol, u should see that.

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