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  • 4 deliver - MS, MD, WS & WD

    2 6.06%
  • 3 deliver - 3 out of 4 events

    5 15.15%
  • 2 deliver - 2 out of 4 events

    11 33.33%
  • 1 delivers -1 out of 4 events

    9 27.27%
  • Total lost - non MAS players perform

    6 18.18%
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    Smile No big guns, Malaysia MUST deliver.

    We have home ground advantage.

    We have the Boleh fans in large numbers behind our shuttlers.

    There is no need to transport all our Boleh gongs, drums, trumpets and all through customs.

    Our local favourites i.e. mee soto, roti canai, asam laksa, mee mamak, nasi tomato, nasi kandar, bak kut teh are all just a stone throw away.

    Our MS WR1, LCW should take the title. No excuses like food poisoning, injury, exhaustion, no mood, forgot to bring along his favourite thong etc etc.

    Our MD WR1, KKK/TBH too should win. Am not sure whether LYD/JJS will be there or not, even if the Korean pair do show up, KKK/TBH, with home ground advantage should win. No excuses because they have all their hair gels, rings, bracelets, chains with them this time.

    As for our WD, WPT/CEH, they too must win so that they do some little justice to their former WR1 tag.

    No excuses ... please.

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    Mas boleh to you, mr pemuda.

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    Yes, no more excuses, like too tired, as LYD/JJS also playing non stop.......untill Korean IC finals..........no more broken strings problems, no more slow shuttles because of cold and dry winter, just hope our kkk/tbh could have thier revenge over the korean pair.........

    No need excuses for CEH/WPT, the two korean pairs are still very tough for them to beat.....just try their best.
    Last edited by jasonmarc; 11-29-2009 at 12:15 AM.

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    LYD had it even tougher, if we look at the CO. The lad played in the XD final and then the MD final and still look fresh. LYD is very strong mentally. The Koreans are different than us because they dont pamper their shuttlers.

    With the backing of a few thousand chest thumping & gong beating Bolehians screaming and chanting Malaysia Boleh, KKK/TBH and our other shuttlers MUST deliver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    No need excuses for CEH/WPT, the two korean pairs are still very tough for them to beat.....just try their best.
    CEH/WPT were former WR1 and they need to do some justice for being ex WR1 or else BWF ranking system is a laughing stock.

    Korean pairs or no, CEH/WPH MUST also deliver the title as they are playing at home as well or else we might as well relegate this pair to the special Olympics category.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    Yes, no more excuses, like too tired, as LYD/JJS also playing non stop.......untill Korean IC finals..........no more broken strings problems, no more slow shuttles because of cold and dry winter, just hope our kkk/tbh could have thier revenge over the korean pair.........

    No need excuses for CEH/WPT, the two korean pairs are still very tough for them to beat.....just try their best.
    It depends whether KKK/TBH want to go all out or conserve energy for next week's SEA Games, as the decision makers see SEA Games as more important than SS Finals. Though according to their trend, they might not win it.

    WPT/CEH i agree with you, they're just showing up/have to participate cos Msia is host.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    It depends whether KKK/TBH want to go all out or conserve energy for next week's SEA Games, as the decision makers see SEA Games as more important than SS Finals. Though according to their trend, they might not win it.

    WPT/CEH i agree with you, they're just showing up/have to participate cos Msia is host.
    So, if kkk/tbh lost,....this will be their excuse then.....

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    Latest, good news for CEH/WPT.........the two kor pairs withdraw....

    So, shd be no excuses from CEH/WPT this time.......hehehe

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...t=77978&page=9

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    So, if kkk/tbh lost,....this will be their excuse then.....
    Nope, not excuse, got trend, and so far my theory on their trend came true.
    If KKK/TBH win SS FInals, then lose in SEA Games even worse(to the decision makers).
    PBSI withdraw SEA Games bound players from SS FInals, shows how important SEA Games to associations.

    If you're going to stadium to watch, do give us some side news in the daily thread, with your usual '......'

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    Default Thats the problem with the Malaysian mentality

    We expect too much on LCW alone! sigh

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    ^ I agree

    Without a doubt, I do not believe that LCW is not trying his best to win. I believe that sums up for everyone malaysian shuttler.. or any shuttler for that matter. LCW is entitled to his opinion on what stops him from playing at full power. If that's what he thinks, his fellow national citizens should not give him even more pressure, and instead support him with warm and kind words.

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    "MUST"- This word itself is a strong word. I understand that Malaysia is under the pressure to deliver as the host country. But is it necessary to use the word "must"?

    I dont recall LYB or LD ever use the word "must win" even though the Chinese team is playing in a tournament where they are the clear favourite.

    Sorry no offence, I think some of you Malaysians are pretty conceited and think too highly of your own badminton squad. Do you seriously reckon that shuttlers from other countries are just a piece of dead meat or a handicap who can't hold a racket?

    Give me a break.

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    Pemuda, perhaps you should replace the thread name with "ought".

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    Default Imagine..

    ..if our Pemuda is the head honcho @ BAM.

    The questions now are:
    What if those MAS favorites fail to win the event(s) they're favored at??..
    What's gonna happen to Dato LCW, Ah Koo & Ah Tan, WPT & CEH, should they fail to bag home the titles and the cheques??..

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    Default What excuses to use .....

    Weather ?
    Cannot ....this is own country. If it is in Kuala Terengganu at least still can say flood...grrrr

    Food poisoning?
    Cannot ....favourite laksa, mee rebus, nasi lemak, etc are all around the hotel and the stadium......if it is in Kuala Terengganu then still can say cholera.....arrrggghh

    Too tired?
    No way. Other players fly in from overseas and also fight till like going to die in recent HK and China Open......i got Limo all the way to JB ....cannot cannot

    Lack of home support?
    DUH! this is JB, in Malaysia ....there will be thousands of crazy fans screaming and MALAYSIA BOLEH-ing until my ears going to go deaf .......hmmmmm WAIT!

    Since everyone in this forum says Malaysia MUST deliver and MUST win, Ah Hah , can repeat our "taiKoh" (Big Boss) LCW's 2008 Olympic MS final drama......too much pressure, burden to carry, cannot perform as usual....this WILL be THE EXCUSE this time ....

    When it comes to finding excuse, as a BOLEH nation, we are very BOLEH (good) in this aspect as well.......

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    if our Pemuda will be there, sure MAS players can deliver.
    if they still fail to do so, our tckang will provide the excuses.

    i am not in high hope for MAS players to deliver. still lack of "Malaysia Boleh" spirit. can see almost everytime, once reach semi or final, the lack of fighting spirit or leg shaking is on.

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    wahhhhh pressure pressure.......

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