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    Quote Originally Posted by Dato Asbullah View Post
    In malaysia, we should accept that 'certain people' will have more chances compared to others. I am not going to elaborate more in it as it may challenge the patient of BC's Mods....

    They know it is not going to work but they still, or i have to say, they are forced to proceed with this kind of stuxxid arrangement - choose the weaker instead we have better.

    Dont blame TC Squad players if they fail to win the cup, or producing good results. Blame those people so-called 'The-Real-Decision-Maker'.
    Must agree with that!

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    Rashid Sidek was admitted to hospital because of H1N1 with his daughter.

    Hopefully he will get well soon.

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    Default Rashid and daughter certified H1N1 positive

    We have been informed by the hospital on the matter and follow-up action will be taken by the institute and the Health Ministry to prevent the spread of the disease,” said Ramlan.

    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...170&sec=sports

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    http://www.bharian.com.my/bharian/ar...zkebah/Article

    BH reports that Rashid is being quarantined at the hospital pending blood test results. Early screening shows Rashid has the H1N1 symtoms

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Please refer page 2 & 3 of this thread.
    ...
    ..i read those news. The news might sound like the ING sponsorship is unclear, but if there is no ING logo on the players' jersey, then it's pretty obvious that ING is no longer a sponsor. It's as simple as that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..i read those news. The news might sound like the ING sponsorship is unclear, but if there is no ING logo on the players' jersey, then it's pretty obvious that ING is no longer a sponsor. It's as simple as that.
    you are now BAM official reporter covering TC and UC bringing to us latest uptodate news from MAS...just need photos covering your adventure in MAS.

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    Default Top doubles pairs placed under different coaches

    “I’m more concerned with how I am going to help get them back on track again. It was decided on Tuesday that Fairuzizuan-Zakry will be under me while Rexy and Cheh Chang will be responsible for Kien Keat-Boon Heong,” said Rosman.
    “What happened to Fairuzizuan-Zakry was in the past and I was not directly in charge ... so it’s not fair for me to pass judgment.
    “They will go for the India Open next month and I hope they will take this opportunity to show to us they can still be depended on.
    “It will also be good if they can get back their confidence.”

    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...097&sec=sports

    Cheh Chang takes over Koo-Tan

    “Rexy agreed that changes are definitely needed if the doubles pairs are to produce results in the coming major events beginning with the World Championships, and he has proposed that Cheh Chang handle Kien Keat-Boon Heong,” said Kenny.

    “The coaches had weighed all options and the changes will remain until the end of the year.”


    “There will be a decision on their future but only after the fact-finding and post-mortem of the Thomas Cup is completed,” he said.

    Rexy had hinted that Fairuz could face disciplinary action after reacting angrily to fans’ taunts during the Malaysia- Japan clash in the Thomas Cup.


    Read more: Cheh Chang takes over Koo-Tan http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/ChehChangtakesoverKoo-Tan/Article#ixzz0p7ZNP8hy


    yeah
    the action is to make fairuz suffer from india curry

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    I believed Pang can make a difference in Koo/Tan. He is a great coach.. in fact he is undervalued in BAM.

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    Good luck to KKK/TBH and Pang. I hope Pang will enforce discipline in these two and improve their skills. They seem to have stagnated since 2007.

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    in MAS, generally (neither pointing to KKK/TBH, nor offend MAS fans) when players produce consistent result, the coach can only give advice, and decision still under the player.

    This is diff in KOR & CHN team, whereby the coach decision is final. You are following instructions, or you are out from the team.

    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Good luck to KKK/TBH and Pang. I hope Pang will enforce discipline in these two and improve their skills. They seem to have stagnated since 2007.

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    Default Think Tank Makes it s point

    “The whole idea of calling the experts was to get their frank opinions and it was an honest and free discussion,” said Nadzmi.

    “They analysed the feedback from the coaches and players and the major issues were discussed. (Datuk) James (Selvaraj) may be from a different era but he can still give feed back as he understands the current development of the game.


    “I will brief our council members about the findings next week and will be able to reveal more after that.

    “We will also have a second meeting and I have welcomed the experts to contribute more ideas.”

    All the coaches, except for Misbun Sidek, were also part of the discus sion.

    Sean Sturgess, Kookum Weeratun ga and Roesdi Abdul Ghani gave their input on sports science aspects.

    The committee members — Datuk Nadzmi Salleh (chairman), Datuk Sieh Kok Chi, Datuk James Selvaraj, Razif Sidek, Sheikh Kamaruddin Sheikh Ahmad, Datuk Sayed Abu Bakar Abdullah, Ng Chin Chai, Sean Sturgess, Kookum Weeratunga, Roesdi Abdul Ghani, Rexy Mainaky, Rashid Sidek, Tan Kim Her, Hendrawan, Jeremy Gan, Tey Siu Bock, Rosman Razak, Pang Cheh Chang, Kenny Goh.

    http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/T...spoint/Article

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    “The whole idea of calling the experts was to get their frank opinions and it was an honest and free discussion,” said Nadzmi.

    “They analysed the feedback from the coaches and players and the major issues were discussed. (Datuk) James (Selvaraj) may be from a different era but he can still give feed back as he understands the current development of the game.


    “I will brief our council members about the findings next week and will be able to reveal more after that.

    “We will also have a second meeting and I have welcomed the experts to contribute more ideas.”

    All the coaches, except for Misbun Sidek, were also part of the discus sion.

    Sean Sturgess, Kookum Weeratun ga and Roesdi Abdul Ghani gave their input on sports science aspects.

    The committee members — Datuk Nadzmi Salleh (chairman), Datuk Sieh Kok Chi, Datuk James Selvaraj, Razif Sidek, Sheikh Kamaruddin Sheikh Ahmad, Datuk Sayed Abu Bakar Abdullah, Ng Chin Chai, Sean Sturgess, Kookum Weeratunga, Roesdi Abdul Ghani, Rexy Mainaky, Rashid Sidek, Tan Kim Her, Hendrawan, Jeremy Gan, Tey Siu Bock, Rosman Razak, Pang Cheh Chang, Kenny Goh.

    http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/T...spoint/Article
    Thx for the articles, Limsy.
    You are like one of BC's in-house "newspapers", making things more convenient in BC - especially when we all need it, which is now...
    Thank you, "Limsy Press."
    Keep us all posted... Anxious to know about current situation of BAM...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    I believed Pang can make a difference in Koo/Tan. He is a great coach.. in fact he is undervalued in BAM.
    Was he the coach for Koo/Tan in SSMF08 and for Wong/Chin's IO09? title? There's one excellent tactician among MAS coaches but I don't know the name although I can recognise the face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stanster213 View Post
    Thx for the articles, Limsy.
    You are like one of BC's in-house "newspapers", making things more convenient in BC - especially when we all need it, which is now...
    Thank you, "Limsy Press."
    Keep us all posted... Anxious to know about current situation of BAM...
    Actually you can go to www.nst.com.my and www.thestar.com.my to check it yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjswift View Post
    Was he the coach for Koo/Tan in SSMF08 and for Wong/Chin's IO09? title? There's one excellent tactician among MAS coaches but I don't know the name although I can recognise the face.
    Pang is the shorter chinese guy who likes to gesture when he gives advise.
    Not sure about SS Finals but Pang was there with KKK/TBH when they won Denmark & Macau 2008. Pang was also there (together with Rexy) earlier in their partnership, see MO,AE, Swiss 20007.

    I've stated before in KKK/TBh thread that KKK/TBH sucess rate is highest when Pang followed them for tournaments, 2nd=Rexy, 3rd=Rosman. I suppose the coaches now also come to same conclusion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stanster213 View Post
    Thx for the articles, Limsy.
    You are like one of BC's in-house "newspapers", making things more convenient in BC - especially when we all need it, which is now...
    Thank you, "Limsy Press."
    Keep us all posted... Anxious to know about current situation of BAM...
    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Actually you can go to www.nst.com.my and www.thestar.com.my to check it yourself.
    yup
    as kak helang said
    u can go and check urself^^

    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Pang is the shorter chinese guy who likes to gesture when he gives advise.
    Not sure about SS Finals but Pang was there with KKK/TBH when they won Denmark & Macau 2008. Pang was also there (together with Rexy) earlier in their partnership, see MO,AE, Swiss 20007.

    I've stated before in KKK/TBh thread that KKK/TBH sucess rate is highest when Pang followed them for tournaments, 2nd=Rexy, 3rd=Rosman. I suppose the coaches now also come to same conclusion.
    hehe
    they read bc mah
    saw ur conclusion

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    I like Pang....he was there in the Macau Open 2008 when Koo/Tan beat Kido/Hendra and Choong/Lee beat Fu/Cai!

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