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    a quick snapshot on the Malaysian local newspaper.


    OLYMPICS: Ramdan confident Misbun can steer him to 2016 Games


    MISBUN Ramdan has missed Misbun Sidek's guidance for the last two years and believes his Olympics dreams will be fulfilled by training under his father again.
    Ramdan said he had a good relationship with his current coach Hendrawan but couldn't resist the urge to train under Misbun and that led to his decision to quit the national team.
    In fact, the 22-year-old Ramdan wanted to join Misbun when the latter quit his position as the national singles coach at the end of 2010 but his father wanted him to remain in the national team and learn to be independent.
    Ramdan feels the time has come for him to take a familiar route to success as achieved by World No 1 Lee Chong Wei, his uncle Rashid Sidek, Wong Choong Hann, Hafiz Hashim and Roslin Hashim -- all of who were groomed by Misbun.
    However, Misbun has not agreed to coach Ramdan yet and the latter is currently training under his uncle Rahman at Nusa Mahsuri.
    "I have always wanted to train under my father and I have missed his guidance for the last two years. He has abstained from getting involved in my career since I was under Hendrawan and gave me a free hand but it's time to train under him again," said Ramdan.
    "In fact, I wanted to leave the BA of Malaysia (BAM) when my father quit as coach but he insisted that I remained with the national team and learn to be independent. Other than some advice when I really need it, he didn't coach me or be around during tournaments.
    "He has been spending time fishing and also conducts Nusa Mahsuri coaching clinics. I have been jealous at times because my father had created many world class players and yet, I couldn't get the opportunity to train under him.
    "I wanted to prove myself first and I had some results to show and after winning the national title, I thought it is the right time to persuade my father to take me under his wings again.
    "I am confident I can qualify for the 2016 Olympics if I can train under my father. It is not easy to make him change his my mind and I will have to ask my mother's (Latifah) help to achieve my objective."
    Chong Wei won more than 20 international crowns and the 2008 Olympics silver under Misbun's guidance and also remained as the World No 1 during that period.
    Misbun was also responsible for helping Rashid win the bronze medal in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics while Choong Hann was the first men's singles to finish runners-up in the 2003 World Championships while Hafiz became the 2002 Commonwealth Games winner as well as the 2003 All England champion.
    Misbun Ramdan, who quit the national team, says it’s time to train under his father Misbun Sidek again.



    Read more: Counting on dad for Rio - Badminton - New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/sports/badminton/counting-on-dad-for-rio-1.198813#ixzz2HWv0IVfv


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    another snapshot and heart to heart confess from Misbun Ramdan. I translate this word. my father is my idol's since my childhood. I have been watching him produced a world class player.

    sorry too lazy to translate the rest. plus my english is not that good.


    Ramdan tagih sentuhan Misbun

    Oleh NORZIE MOHD. KHASBI
    norzie.khasbi@utusan.com.my

    KUALA LUMPUR - "Saya tinggalkan segala keistimewaan di BAM (Persatuan Badminton Malaysia), sedangkan saya tidak ada penaja... Itulah pengorbanan saya untuk pikat hati bapa dan berlatih bersamanya.'' Itu luahan bintang sedang meningkat, Misbun Ramdan Misbun ketika menjelaskan sebab mengapa dia meninggalkan skuad kebangsaan secara tiba-tiba.
    Malah Ramdan mengakui, tindakannya mungkin berisiko apatah lagi dia tidak pernah berbincang mengenai perkara tersebut dengan Datuk Misbun Sidek, namun demi memenuhi impian untuk berguru bersama bapanya, dia mengambil keputusan nekad dengan harapan bapanya akan menerima.
    "Saya tidak pernah bincang perkara ini (keluar BAM) dengan bapa. Dulu saya ada cakap hendak berlatih dengannya tetapi dia suruh saya kekal dalam skuad kebangsaan, sebab itu saya terpaksa ambil keputusan sendiri dan harap dia faham. Saya percaya, tidak mungkin dia akan membiarkan saya,'' akui Ramdan.
    Mungkin tindakan Ramdan mengejutkan ramai pihak, namun bagi pemain yang genap 22 tahun pada 16 Mac ini, dia memang sudah lama mahu meninggalkan BAM untuk mengikut Misbun, namun niat itu terbantut kerana dihalang oleh bapanya sendiri.
    "Bapa adalah idola saya sejak kecil. Saya tengok dia melatih bapa saudara saya, Rashid Sidek di Sukan Olimpik (meraih gangsa di Atlanta 1996). Dia bawa Hafiz Hashim muncul juara All England, kemudian bimbing Roslin Hashim jadi pemain No. 1 dunia. Terbaru, dia mengangkat (Datuk) Lee Chong Wei ke tahap sekarang.
    "Sejak kecil, impian saya hanya mahu menjadi anak didiknya. Saya bermain badminton pun kerana bapa saya dan saya tidak pernah terfikir untuk berlatih dengan orang lain. Ketika masuk BAM, bapa yang bawa saya untuk menjadi sparring (rakan sepelatih) sebab itu bila dia keluar, saya kata... Saya hendak ikut tetapi dia tidak bagi.
    "Dia kata, dari kecil saya selalu ikut dia ke mana-mana, sekarang saya kena berdikari, saya kena meluaskan pengetahuan dan ilmu, sebab itu saya kena kekal di BAM dan berlatih bersama Hendrawan. Sepanjang saya berlatih dengan skuad kebangsaan, dia langsung tidak pernah menyentuh mengenai program saya, kami tidak pernah bincang mengenainya.
    "Dia tahu, hati saya memberontak hendak keluar daripada skuad kebangsaan dan berlatih bersamanya tetapi disebabkan dia tidak benarkan, saya tidak berani hendak minta. Saya sedar, dia seorang jurulatih hebat sedangkan saya hanya pemain muda yang tidak punya apa-apa, jadi siapalah saya hendak berlatih di bawahnya.
    "Namun, kejayaan memenangi gelaran pertama di Terbuka Pahang (Oktober) dan muncul juara kebangsaan bulan lalu memberi kekuatan kepada saya untuk bertindak. Sejujurnya, bapa tidak tahu yang saya akan ambil keputusan ini, sekarang terpulang kepadanya sama ada mahu menerima saya sebagai anak murid atau tidak,'' kata Ramdan ketika ditemui selepas latihan bersama Nusa Mahsuri di Dewan Badminton Kompleks Sukan MBPJ, Kelana Jaya semalam.
    Ditanya apakah dia kini menyertai Nusa Mahsuri, kelab profesional yang diwujudkan oleh keluarga legenda Sidek, Ramdan menjelaskan, ketika ini dia hanya berlatih di sana dan tidak tahu apakah kelab itu mempunyai perancangan untuknya.
    Dia juga mengakui, belum mempunyai penaja, malah tidak ada mana-mana pihak yang datang menawarkan tajaan kepadanya untuk meneruskan karier, namun dia sentiasa percaya, bapanya pasti mampu merencanakan sesuatu untuk masa depannya.
    Ramdan turut menegaskan, dia tidak mempunyai sebarang masalah dengan Hendrawan, malah berterima kasih kepada jurulatih kelahiran Indonesia itu yang telah banyak meningkatkan permainannya sepanjang dua tahun ini.
    Anak kedua Misbun itu juga menegaskan, dia tidak punya masalah dengan BAM biarpun pelbagai cerita keluar di laman sosial Facebook dan Twitter.
    "Saya mendapat layanan yang baik daripada Hendrawan mahu pun BAM, itu yang boleh saya katakan. Saya berterima kasih kepada mereka kerana keistimewaan yang diberi kepada saya selama ini, tetapi saya mempunyai impian sendiri dan impian saya adalah berlatih dengan Misbun Sidek.
    "Memang sekarang saya tidak ada penaja dan saya tidak ada perancangan, yang saya nampak hanya Misbun dan Misbun. Namun saya percaya, masakan bapa saya hendak biarkan saya, sudah tentu dia akan merencanakan sesuatu untuk saya, saya percaya kepadanya dan serahkan sepenuhnya karier serta masa depan saya di tangannya.
    "Saya telah nampak sendiri di depan mata saya bagaimana dia melahirkan juara, sebab itu saya tidak pernah meragui kemampuannya untuk menaikkan saya. Mungkin, kalau kami dapat bermula dari sekarang, saya beri tempoh dua tahun lagi untuk berada pada tahap pemain terbaik dunia,'' kata Ramdan.


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    Well, his dad, Misbun Sidek, is known to be a bit "tao fong" ... will be interesting to see how daddy responds !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxout View Post
    Well, his dad, Misbun Sidek, is known to be a bit "tao fong" ... will be interesting to see how daddy responds !!
    what tao fong
    i only know tau foo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulpx View Post
    what tao fong
    i only know tau foo.
    Literal translation from Cantonese: "head wind" (or windy head) - phrase to mean - in the MOST POLITE terms: unpredictable ... in slang - "a bit nutty"...

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    THE son's wish to train under his great father will be granted.

    Misbun Ramdan will start training under Misbun Sidek, the former national coach after the Malaysia Open at Putra Stadium next week.
    Ramdan, 22, quit the national team on Monday to receive Misbun's guidance but he felt it would not be an easy task to convince the former coach of Lee Chong Wei to return to the international scene again.
    Misbun had limited himself to only conducting coaching clinics jointly organised by the Youth and Sports Ministry and Nusa Mahsuri.
    Ramdan said his father had never coached him since quitting as the national singles coach two years ago.
    Nusa Mahsuri head coach Rahman Sidek confirmed yesterday that Misbun had directed him to train Ramdan until the Malaysia Open.
    Ramdan will play in the qualifying rounds on Tuesday where he will meet China back-up shuttler Chen Yuekun in the first match.
    "Misbun has not officially begun coaching Ramdan and has asked me to look after him until the Malaysia Open.
    "I have coached Ramdan before he joined the national team and it is not going to be a problem," said Rahman.
    "Misbun probably will start full-time after the Malaysia Open.
    "He believes in planning things to detail and this is probably why he wants some time before he takes charge of Ramdan.
    "The training at the national team and our programme is not too different but what Ramdan probably wanted is more individual attention in order to achieve rapid progress on the world stage.
    "There are so many players in the national team and it will be hard for Ramdan to get personal attention and this is something he can gain under Misbun."

    The fact that Ramdan had not been around at Nusa Mahsuri's training hall in Kelana Jaya for the last two days means that the player has already started training under Misbun.
    The BAM is not expected to take any action against Ramdan for leaving the national team, considering his age and also the potential he has of becoming a top international player under Misbun's tutelage.

    Read more: Misbun to coach son Ramdan - Badminton - New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/sports/badmint...#ixzz2HjrHb9aB

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    Yea to me its good since we will be getting 100% personal attention.

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    His name is Misbun Ramdan or Misbun Ramadan?

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    Malaysia is facing a dire shortage of 'next LCW's due to the 'tidak apa' attitude of monitoring grassroots level and cronyism favoritism. Frankly, labeling and hoping every tom, dick and harry as the next 'LCW' when they are light years away in skill and maturity is just only a misalignment of astuteness at a moment of impulse.

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    Ramdan's style at times reminds me a little of Sony's, and what accentuates that is the fact that both have the same sort of physique. He definitely has potential!

    From what I can tell so far watchng his games, he appears to lack a bit in self-awareness and confidence. He appears to suffer from lapses of concentration, or rather, is unable to remain in the moment. But when he is there, his footwork and smooth reaching forward can hustle his opponent; again, shades of Sony at his best. I like his touch-play, it shows that he appreciates and is unafraid to practise the subtler arts of the game. His power game, especially the angle and direction of his smashes, go all to hell when he is under even a little pressure; it kinda betrays again, that inability to be centred and to control one's actions/reactions.

    I hope he will evolve substantially over the next year or so. He certainly has shown the potential to do so...

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    Looks like he's the one who will take over Chong Wei's place. But no body can tell whether he'll be as good as lcw

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pakito View Post
    Malaysia is facing a dire shortage of 'next LCW's due to the 'tidak apa' attitude of monitoring grassroots level and cronyism favoritism. Frankly, labeling and hoping every tom, dick and harry as the next 'LCW' when they are light years away in skill and maturity is just only a misalignment of astuteness at a moment of impulse.
    if u read another thread
    'they' blame on the birdie which caused the below par grassroot player
    they concern,not tak apa.
    just that they found the wrong reason

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    Concerned for the wrong reasons and so called 'not tak apa' attitude does not warrant them to be a lesser of 2 evils. In fact, it's very very detrimental to aspiring youngsters and breaks the spirit of the sport and nation alike. 'Pulling cable' is nothing short of a crime against deserving athletes. We need a Deepak of badminton whistle blowers.

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    even u have trumpet blowers in malaysia also no use.
    they still buy condo for cows
    to change the culture,vote out crony!

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    ramdan make an end in malaysia open as failed to proceed to main draw...beaten by CHN's Chen Yueken...

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    i reached stadium around 11 am...game finished
    and no chance to see him in action until next tournament sigh....

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    Alamak, so fast KO ...

    I hope he is not a "hangat hangat tahi ayam" (hot hot chicken "s h i t") player .... DIE if he is ....

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