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    yeah
    of course
    shooting stroke
    we must thank rashid sidek for this

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    ..MAS and INA are in the same boat in terms of MS' future...Simon has reached his peak; and Sony, imo, is already on the way down (partly being married); eventhough A. Yunus won the India Open (his first international title), he's been around the block for a few yrs already (already 23 y.o.)..
    For INA, their only "young" MS hope will hinge on Hayom Rumbaka. For MAS, supposedly, Zulfadli Z....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..MAS and INA are in the same boat in terms of MS' future...Simon has reached his peak; and Sony, imo, is already on the way down (partly being married); eventhough A. Yunus won the India Open (his first international title), he's been around the block for a few yrs already (already 23 y.o.)..
    For INA, their only "young" MS hope will hinge on Hayom Rumbaka. For MAS, supposedly, Zulfadli Z....
    who are not in the same boat?only china
    korea struggle even more after lee hyun il retired
    joj still not stable yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    who are not in the same boat?only china
    korea struggle even more after lee hyun il retired
    joj still not stable yet
    ..yes, other countries as well..but i was referring to shooting stroke's comments (previous page)..

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    Beryno Wong......

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    Why break the tradition, it will be Feng Chong Wei of course. After that, George Chong Wei


    if u think i'm trolling around, check this

    "This is the second time in the tournament the Kedah-born Wei Feng has defeated Beryno"

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    Let's keep it simple.

    The next Malaysian to beat LCW would most likely succeed LCW

    BTW: Cooler,
    Is that suppose to be a link?
    Last edited by jug8man; 06-18-2010 at 02:22 AM.

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    i hoppe whoever replaces lecchoing wei won't end up with the same mindset as him.one leechoing wei is enough already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jug8man View Post
    Let's keep it simple.

    The next Malaysian to beat LCW would most likely succeed LCW

    BTW: Cooler,
    Is that suppose to be a link?
    I agree.....................and i think he is saiful apek

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    Who can replace Datuk LCW

    - i think judging by the current scenario........................the answer is still no....unless Lin Dan change his nationality and become a Malaysia citizen (you can stay with me if you want)

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    If this the medievil times and those 4 are our army generals (heroes), you can kiss our country goodbye.

    Quote Originally Posted by shooting stroke View Post
    This coming October 21st, Datuk Lee Chong Wei will become 27 year old. We have to admit that currently there are NO ONE in Malaysia that is anywhere near to his talent and he is so dominant that he in his league of his own as far as local Badminton is concern. And also we have to admit that sooner or later, this fantastic guy from Penang will sooner or later will loose his shine as age creeps up..... maybe anywhere between 5 - 8 years from now.....maybe. So BAM need to buckle up quickly or otherwise there will be no one that can replace him later.

    Currently in Malaysia, these are the talent that has been groom to suceed Datuk Lee Chong Wei and this is my verdict....

    1. Chong Wei Feng
    - Age 21
    - BWF rank 43, making him the highest rank player amoung the BAM backup squad player
    - Recent achievement: All England 2009 (Qualifying round, lost to Anup Sridhar, 11-21/18-21), German Open 2009 (3rd round lost to top seed and eventual champion, Bao Chun Lai 18-21/17-21), Korea Super Series 2009 (2nd round lost to Simon Sontoso 13-21/15-21), Malaysia Open 2009 (1st round lost to Yan Kit Chuan 17-21/12-21)

    2. Mohd Arif Abd. Latif
    - Age 20
    - BWF rank 65, making him the 2nd highest rank player amoung the BAM backup squad player
    - Recent achievement:German Open 2009 (Qualifying round, lost to Kestutis Navickas, 19-21/22-24). Korea Super Series (2nd round, lost to Andrea Kurniawan, 12-21/16-21), Malaysia Open 2009 (Qualifying round lost to Hsuan Yi Hseuh 17-21/9-21)

    3. Tan Chun Seang
    - Age 20
    - BAM backup squad player, BWF rank 75
    - Recent Achievement: German Open 2009 (2nd round lost to Rajiv Ouseph, 21-18/17-21/15-21),Korea Super Series 2009 (1st round lost to Sho Sasaki 15-21/12-21),Malaysia Open 2009 (Qualifying round lost team mate, Kuan Beng Hong 15-21/16-21)

    4. Liew Daren
    - Age 20
    - BAM backup player, BWF rank 80
    - Recent achievement: German Open 2009 (1st round lost to Anand Pawar, 17-21/19-21), Korea Super Series 2009 (Qualifying round lost to Wan Ho Shon 21-16/7-21/15-21), Malaysia Open 2009 (Quater-finals lost to 3rd seed Peter Gade, 12-21/14-21)

    Verdict:
    It seems that Chong Wei Feng is our best bet from the backup squad to replace Datuk Lee Chong Wei as he is the BWF highest rank backup player and especially after judging his good performance against Bao Chunlai at the German Open recently. But when.....we don't know. However BAM should act quickly to polish his performance as at his age, most player from China would already able to break within the top 20 bracket. Other Backup player seems to be inconsistent and BAM needs to polish their performance quickly also.

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    Until this Tpe GP.........there is still none, still no one from our back ups can replace LCW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    Until this Tpe GP.........there is still none, still no one from our back ups can replace LCW.
    Don't talk about replacing LCW first... replacing Wong Choong Hann also cannot! Liew Daren lost to Wong Choong Hann in straight games >.<

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    lol
    this will never become a reality
    it's only a myth
    does china fans ask where is the next lin dan?
    does ina fans ask where is the next taufik?
    does mas fans ask where is the next lcw?
    yes
    does those fans success to find the next ld/th and lcw?
    no

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    Malaysia boleh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Don't talk about replacing LCW first... replacing Wong Choong Hann also cannot! Liew Daren lost to Wong Choong Hann in straight games >.<
    Forget about what replacing uncle Wong Sifu also cannot lah? Even replacing yo-yo also cannot, see, that bad the situation lah!

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    ..how about replacing Kuan Beng Hong??..

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