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    Quote Originally Posted by nick.h View Post
    closer to lin dan probably not...but lcw?taufik has achieved everything lcw hasnt, and what most probably lcw will never have under his belt...OG WC AG...
    we weren't comparing lcw's titles to taufik's

    we were discussing the possibility of taufik improving himself

    and at par with lcw or lin dan within this year if under li mao

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt View Post
    People change, evolve, mature, and sometimes become worse than they used to be. Therefore, relationships can also change. Therefore attitudes and responses can also be different.

    Here is my opinion: I don't expect Li Mao to be the same he was 10 or 12 years ago. I would not expect great things from him. In fact, I may expect a lot of negativity and dissatisfaction to be caused with his entry; he has never in recent years projected the energy of a binding force, rather a bit of a divisive force. I hope I am wrong, because I really want the best for INA badminton.

    If PBSI really want to take a leaf out of CBA training techniques, it is staring them in the face. A very experienced, "old-school" coach who has great insight and patience, together with a really young, intelligent and constantly aware coach. A team effort. The trick would be to find 2 such people who have enough mutual respect for the other's capabilities, and can compliment each other, and are happy to work together.

    Again, I hope I am wrong about Li Mao.
    yes, one dedicated local ina coach and li mao must get along first,

    so that there will be no language barrier here and

    the rest of the players know what they are suppose to do. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    Its not that simple. As TH said in the interview, he likes to have a father and son relationship with his coach. LCW also said that no matter whos the coach is MAS players need to start to do it for themself. In short, coach only contribute maybe 50%??
    ..imo, @ pro or Taufik's level, a coach contributes much less; at most 30% (some would suggest even less). But, say, if at beginner or intermediate level, then yes, a good coach might contribute up to 50% to a player's success..
    Last edited by ctjcad; 12-21-2010 at 09:39 PM.

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    So will we get to see Li Mao 'in action' during the ssmfinal or korea open 2011?

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    Quote Originally Posted by laonong View Post
    50%? that's pretty high. This is enough for TH to do much better than now.
    OK you maybe right 50% is perhaps too high, but at least Mulyono can get the better of TH compare to Li Mao

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    So there is no confirmation about Li Mao as today?? I wonder what are they negotiating about?

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    How come Atik Jauhari is not being considered?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt View Post
    How come Atik Jauhari is not being considered?
    Because the National Team management had a long history with Atiek Jauhari before... Let's just say: he has weaknesses.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisna View Post
    Let's just say: he has weaknesses.....
    Everyone has weaknesses, only my wife thinks she doesn't

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    Everyone has weaknesses, only my wife thinks she doesn't
    All women are bosses after they marry you and dish out orders 'do this, do that'.....before marriage, they are the most obedient, 'yes, dear', caring and considerate person in the world...hahaha!!!

    Merry Christmas to you and everyone in this forum, a great time talking to you all over the past year

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    So there is no confirmation about Li Mao as today?? I wonder what are they negotiating about?
    It seems that Li Mao will be training..been told ( not official, can change in last minutes), even players do not know exactly...

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    two news regarding Li Mao coaching indonesia.

    http://olahraga.kompas.com/read/2011...a.Bekerja.Sama

    http://olahraga.kompas.com/read/2011...atnas.Cipayung

    it is in indonesia language,so just use google translator

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    From that news, it is really certain that Li Mao will be coaching Indonesia Team for 2 years in contractual basis, particularly in Singles Department where Doubles Department is still led by Christian Hadinata.

    Indonesian players are very pleased with the decision, they hope Indonesia Badminton will claim back the throne.
    In addition Marleve Mainaky as a head coach of Women Singles department is really supporting PBSI for that decision, he said that, having Li Mao coaching in Indonesia Team will give another dimension of training which he can gain a lot of experience from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    From that news, it is really certain that Li Mao will be coaching Indonesia Team for 2 years in contractual basis, particularly in Singles Department where Doubles Department is still led by Christian Hadinata.
    Correct. This is what I heard too!

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    from badzine.net:
    http://www.badzine.net/news/indonesi...-li-mao/11765/

    INDONESIA – Selamat datang Li Mao!
    BY RAPHAEL SACHETAT – – JANUARY 5, 2011POSTED IN: NEWS


    Li Mao was officially presented to the national team of Indonesia today in Cipayung, Jakarta and will take over his charges as head coach for men’s singles.

    By Raphael Sachetat. Photo: Badmintonphoto

    The renowned Chinese coach had been said to be preparing to visit Indonesia and had acknowledged his departure from Korea a few weeks ago, but his appearance in the heart of the Indonesian national association (PBSI) and meeting with the players made it official. According to a local source, Li Mao will take over very shortly and is about to sign a two-year contract with PBSI.

    Christian Hadinata will be in charge of the men’s doubles – a position that he has occupied in the past, helped by Hendra Mulyana and Bambang Supriyanto. He will have to do with new names as Devin Lahardi – a mixed doubles player as well – but also Yonathan Dasuki and Rian Sukmawan resigned from PBSI a few weeks ago, while top pair of Hendra Setiawan and Markis Kido are also independent players.

    A lot of changes have already occurred (amongst which the departure of Lius Pongoh, Performance Director ,yet to be replaced) in the Indonesian badminton landscape with also some key players leaving the boat – Maria Kristin Yulianti was one of the latest names to have been erased from the program as she left for personal reasons as well as Sigit Pamungkas, the men’s doubles coach who followed Kido and Setiawan.

    Li Mao will be asked for his priorities and a list of players to be put in the squad – or left out – should be made known around January 16th when the start of new recruits will kick off. The former coach for Korea will stay with the players in Cipayung.

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    Chinese Coach to Improve Indonesia's Shuttlers

    Ami Afriatni | January 05, 2011

    Jakarta. A new era has begun for Indonesian badminton with the arrival of the national training camp’s first-ever foreign coach, Li Mao. Arriving in Jakarta on Wednesday, the Chinese coach wasted no time in getting down to work, heading straight to the camp in Cipayung, East Jakarta, for his official introduction to the Indonesian Badminton Association’s (PBSI’s) officials, coaches and shuttlers.

    “His main job is to coach men’s and women’s singles, while the doubles teams will continue to work with national team head coach Christian Hadinata,” I Gusti Made Oka, vice president of the PBSI, said in an interview on Wednesday.

    However, Oka said the PBSI had yet to finalize the details of the new coach’s contract.
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    Read completely through the JakartaGlobe.com -- http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/sport...uttlers/415320

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    Hope Li Mao can bring back the glory days

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