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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    Hahaha, you very free these few days is it Era?
    Hahaha...you miss me ker kak? Why not join me at MO. Two years already never see you... tak boleh jadi ni... haiya actually very bz today... but this one hot news sure keeps me glued to BC during intervals...kekeke... btw, how are you doing? good? still gaming at FB? keke

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    Quote Originally Posted by eRa@에라 View Post
    ... haiya actually very bz today... but this one hot news sure keeps me glued to BC during intervals...kekeke... btw, how are you doing? good? still gaming at FB? keke
    Shhhh, PM me or message in FB lah, lol. Yeah, the hot news beginning of the year, last year TKH case, this year Misbun.

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    ..........................double post...............

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    dato S...burung talker...say wrong word at the wrong time...wat he know about sports anyway...go jaga stadium n make sure no more runtuh la..this is wat he should learn to put interest for the nation

    dato Z...super eagle talker...try to be hero...i still remember how he slap those ex bam players who quit bam by turning to pro..

    if lcw quit ... maybe kkk and tbh will follow later bam will close shop...sponsor run away...
    who we can rely on from backup players for the next few months? hafiz ? tcs ? sending them to tournament is like pouring sponsor $ to sea...train another 2 yrs also dont knw if they can rise up....
    Bam can try to import china or india players to msia like spore...then only got hope...

    mirror mirror on the wall ..tell us who is the next super player from msia ? ramdan ?

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    Misbun, have your pride... just pack and go... don't make U-turn... wish U all the best... BOLEH

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    Rashid: Pressure forced my brother to quit

    Reports By K.M. Boopathy

    2011/01/05

    NATIONAL singles coach Rashid Sidek claimed that the resignation of his elder brother, Misbun, was a result of constant pressure and lack of respect shown by several officials of the BA of Malaysia (BAM).
    Rashid said yesterday Misbun's work was not appreciated by the officials who continued to be critical about Lee Chong Wei's failure to win a major event.

    "As his brother, I know him very well and he doesn't take a decision without considering the consequences and he has been dissatisfied by several issues," said Rashid.

    "Several officials have consistently downgraded his efforts and for them, guiding Chong Wei to win the Super Series and other international crowns were nothing and so is his status as World No 1.

    "Whatever he decided to do was questioned and he didn't have a free hand in handling the programme.

    "Misbun Ramdan's switch to the backup squad under Hendrawan was one of the reasons but there seem to be other problems.

    "I feel that his decision to quit will not have much effect on BAM but if Chong Wei decides to follow him, it will have a big impact especially on sponsorship deals in future.

    "Whatever Misbun decided was for himself and doesn't involve the players. He should not be held responsible if Chong Wei or others decide to follow suit."

    Rashid dismissed claims that a dispute between High Performance Director Datuk James Selvaraj and Misbun had led to his brother's resignation.

    Rashid believes that BAM can resolve the problem and hopefully his brother will reconsider his drastic move.

    Rashid said he doesn't expect an exodus of players from BAM with Misbun's decision.


    Rashid confirmed he will remain in BAM despite the current turmoil.

    http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/l...icle/art_print

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt View Post
    I agree with mostly everything you have said.

    Except, if BAM cannot unearth or promote another player anywhere near the capability of LCW, it IMO points to a fundamental flaw in the system.
    You hit the bull eye. With or without the ongoing MS resignation issue, this should be the primary concern for BAM all along.

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    i think we further and further from the topic after someone jump in

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    Rashid: Misbun will not get others involved over his decision to quit

    By RAJES PAUL


    KUALA LUMPUR: It will be a tough job to persuade Misbun Sidek out of a decision when he has made up his mind. But be rest assured that he will not drag anyone into a controversy over his decision to quit as a national coach.
    These were the honest opinion of Rashid Sidek, the youngest brother of Misbun, after a training session at the Juara Stadium in Bukit Kiara yesterday.
    Misbun tendered his resignation on Dec 31 and Rashid, who is one of the singles coaches in the national team, said that he would not be pressured in any way to follow suit.
    He said that he was ready to shoulder the heavier responsibility of taking charge of the men’s singles players in the absence of his brother.
    Rashid said that he knew his brother best and suspected that the decision to quit was a due to a culmination of several events over a year.
    “I grew up following him in every stage of my life. I know that he can be eccentric and can be difficult at times. It is not easy to work with him,” admitted Rashid.
    “There was one incident during my school days that I remember vividly. There was a big commotion when he just walked out on his coach, Tan Yee Khan (in 1980s). He decided to train on his own and no one could stop him from doing so.
    “I am not saying that what he did was right or wrong. But it is not easy to make him change his mind when he puts his foot down on something. He always has a reason behind it all.”
    Rashid said that Misbun had not bared his soul on his resignation to the family but the latter had been totally distraught over the last few days.
    “He is a great joker and there is always fun when he is around. But over the last few days, his sad face says it all. We do not dare ask anything. Right now, he just needs our support,” said Rashid.
    “I was there when Misbun cried and told all of us (the singles department) that he was quitting (on the eve of Dec 31). I was shocked too.
    “Misbun has tolerated many things since he agreed to take up the job as a coach with the BAM in 2003. He did his job with vigour and passion.
    “But since last year, I saw unhappiness in him but he continued to be patient. How will he feel when his programme kept being questioned all the time?
    “Of course, he trains his players to be winners and not otherwise. And there were other things too. He kept it all to himself and finally, he just snapped.”
    On whether Misbun would condone the walkout of players, including Chong Wei from the national set-up as a show of loyalty to him, Rashid said that his brother would do nothing of the sort to influence the players to leave the BAM.
    “If I know Misbun, he will not allow others to do battle for him. He is on his own. He will not jeopardise the interest of others,” he said.
    “In fact, his son (Misbun Ramdan) is back in training. It is not one incident or an overnight matter but too much has happened since last year and I think, my brother just could not take it any more.”
    On the chances of Misbun changing his mind and returning to the BAM, Rashid said: “It’s a slim chance. But who knows, somebody may be able to talk him out of it.”
    On the target this year for his charges – Liew Daren, Chong Wei Feng, Chan Kwong Beng and Tan Chun Seang – Rashid said: “I will work in partnership with Hendrawan (back-up coach) to improve the standard of the future players for the country.
    “We will continue with our efforts to get players to take over from Chong Wei and (Mohd) Hafiz (Hashim) in the next two years.”



    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.a...283&sec=sports

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    went for breakfast and Radio Era was calling Rashid to explain this issue. He can't say much as MS didn't even confide his decision to quit until after he quit...but he still support his older brother... I guess only people who really know and appreciate MS will understand his frustration over what's happening during the year... *sad* I do want him to make the U-turn, nevertheless...

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    Wednesday January 5, 2011

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    Rashid: Misbun will not get others involved over his decision to quit

    By RAJES PAUL

    KUALA LUMPUR: It will be a tough job to persuade Misbun Sidek out of a decision when he has made up his mind. But be rest assured that he will not drag anyone into a controversy over his decision to quit as a national coach.
    These were the honest opinion of Rashid Sidek, the youngest brother of Misbun, after a training session at the Juara Stadium in Bukit Kiara yesterday.
    Misbun tendered his resignation on Dec 31 and Rashid, who is one of the singles coaches in the national team, said that he would not be pressured in any way to follow suit.
    He said that he was ready to shoulder the heavier responsibility of taking charge of the men’s singles players in the absence of his brother.
    Determined man: Rashid Sidek (right) says it would be very difficult to persuade his brother Misbun (left) to change his mind over his decision to quit as national coach.
    Rashid said that he knew his brother best and suspected that the decision to quit was a due to a culmination of several events over a year.
    “I grew up following him in every stage of my life. I know that he can be eccentric and can be difficult at times. It is not easy to work with him,” admitted Rashid.
    “There was one incident during my school days that I remember vividly. There was a big commotion when he just walked out on his coach, Tan Yee Khan (in 1980s). He decided to train on his own and no one could stop him from doing so.
    “I am not saying that what he did was right or wrong. But it is not easy to make him change his mind when he puts his foot down on something. He always has a reason behind it all.”
    Rashid said that Misbun had not bared his soul on his resignation to the family but the latter had been totally distraught over the last few days.
    “He is a great joker and there is always fun when he is around. But over the last few days, his sad face says it all. We do not dare ask anything. Right now, he just needs our support,” said Rashid.
    “I was there when Misbun cried and told all of us (the singles department) that he was quitting (on the eve of Dec 31). I was shocked too.
    “Misbun has tolerated many things since he agreed to take up the job as a coach with the BAM in 2003. He did his job with vigour and passion.
    “But since last year, I saw unhappiness in him but he continued to be patient. How will he feel when his programme kept being questioned all the time?
    “Of course, he trains his players to be winners and not otherwise. And there were other things too. He kept it all to himself and finally, he just snapped.”
    On whether Misbun would condone the walkout of players, including Chong Wei from the national set-up as a show of loyalty to him, Rashid said that his brother would do nothing of the sort to influence the players to leave the BAM.
    “If I know Misbun, he will not allow others to do battle for him. He is on his own. He will not jeopardise the interest of others,” he said.
    “In fact, his son (Misbun Ramdan) is back in training. It is not one incident or an overnight matter but too much has happened since last year and I think, my brother just could not take it any more.”
    On the chances of Misbun changing his mind and returning to the BAM, Rashid said: “It’s a slim chance. But who knows, somebody may be able to talk him out of it.”
    On the target this year for his charges – Liew Daren, Chong Wei Feng, Chan Kwong Beng and Tan Chun Seang – Rashid said: “I will work in partnership with Hendrawan (back-up coach) to improve the standard of the future players for the country.
    “We will continue with our efforts to get players to take over from Chong Wei and (Mohd) Hafiz (Hashim) in the next two years.”

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    Biarlah mereka pergi: Zolkples (Let Then go)

    by Hussain Said
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    2011/01/05


    ‘BAM tidak akan terjejas kerana Misbun hanya latih Chong Wei seorang’ (BAM will not be affected because MS only trained LCW)

    "JIKA kedua-duanya (Datuk Misbun Sidek dan Lee Chong Wei) menerima tawaran lebih baik di luar, biarlah mereka pergi." (If both of them are receiving better offer out of BAM, then let them go)
    […]

    Zolkples yakin tindakan Misbun dan Chong Wei keluar dari BAM tidak akan menjejaskan misi memburu pingat emas di Sukan Olimpik London 2012 mahu pun badan induk itu sendiri. (Z confident MS and LCW’s action to quit BAM won’t jeopardize either MAS’s gold mission in London Olympic 2012 or the body itself.) *shaking me head* let your words eat you alive man…

    […]

    “Sebaliknya, BAM boleh menggunakan kewangan yang ada untuk membimbing dan melahirkan lebih ramai Chong Wei baru. [BAM can use current financial source to train and develop more new LCW]… perhaps after more years of money-wasting dude…

    […]
    http://www.bharian.com.my/bharian/ar...lkples/Article


    I don’t wanna sound bias over the decision to let both go… but that’s just an easy way out by both BAM and MSN. The problem with no solution is still there and you expect to bring glory when you can’t even handle your internal problems? Tsk tsk tsk… in your dream…

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielwong View Post
    Wednesday January 5, 2011

    The Star
    Rashid: Misbun will not get others involved over his decision to quit

    By RAJES PAUL

    KUALA LUMPUR: It will be a tough job to persuade Misbun Sidek out of a decision when he has made up his mind.
    .........On the chances of Misbun changing his mind and returning to the BAM, Rashid said: “It’s a slim chance. But who knows, somebody may be able to talk him out of it.
    Not to speculate but:

    - Most likely, not from the current BAM managements that will be that somebody who will able to persuade him since it was from whatever decisions made from them causes him to leave at the first place
    - His brothers most probably won't interfere with his decision and as the eldest brother of all sidek's, they know him well and respects his action.
    - Unless that somebody can be someone that he beleives that can make authoritive changes for the betterment of Malaysia badminton or someone that he trust, then other than the our YB Sports Minister or YB Prime Minister or DYMM Agong, Datuk LCW will definetly also fits the bill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shooting stroke View Post
    Not to speculate but:

    - Most likely, not from the current BAM managements that will be that somebody who will able to persuade him since it was from whatever decisions made from them causes him to leave at the first place
    - His brothers most probably won't interfere with his decision and as the eldest brother of all sidek's, they know him well and respects his action.
    - Unless that somebody can be someone that he beleives that can make authoritive changes for the betterment of Malaysia badminton or someone that he trust, then other than the our YB Sports Minister or YB Prime Minister or DYMM Agong, Datuk LCW will definetly also fits the bill.
    u left out r0smah.......... she is the real patron!

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    @eRa: it all sounds like a case of the blind leading the blind. They have no idea what to do because they all (NSC, BAM) have been caught blindsided (or with their pants down!) So they are making all the usual noises and show of confidence.

    But all you NSC and BAM officials: wake up! the cupboard is quite bare!!!!!!!! and whose fault do you think that is?

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    Chong Wei, jangan mudah lupa daratan (CW, Don't be Ungrateful)
    By Hussain Said


    2011/01/05



    Pemain itu dakwa BAM mengabaikannya (The player claimed that BAM neglected him)

    JANGAN lupa daratan! Itulah ingatan tegas yang dinyatakan Presiden Persatuan Badminton Malaysia (BAM), Datuk Seri Mohd Nadzmi Salleh kepada jaguh perseorangan, Lee Chong Wei yang tampak lantang mengkritik badan induk itu.
    “Dia perlu ingat jasa BAM. Kita memberi banyak sokongan termasuk kewangan dan moral kepadanya hingga dia berjaya hari ini. Dia tidak perlu mengugut dan mengkritik seperti itu,” katanya. (Don’t be ungrateful! That’s the strong reminder stated by BAM’s President, DSMNS to LCW who seemed distinct/loud in criticizing the body. “He needs to remember BAM’s contribution (?). We give a lot of support including monetary and moral to him until he succeeded today.) – tsk tsk tsk…he’s merely stating facts and truth, man… are you blind or even deaf? Did he say you guys didn’t support him financially for each tournament he entered? NOPE… he said SOME of you guys don’t APPRECIATE. Two different words with two different meaning…

    […]

    Mohd Nadzmi bagaimanapun mengingatkan pemain nombor satu dunia itu bukan mudah untuk berdikari di luar kerana banyak contoh pemain yang keluar daripada badan induk itu gagal menyerlah dan tenggelam. (MN however, reminds the No. 1 player that it is not easy to be independent because there are many examples when players opting out of BAM and failed to shine and eventually “sink” *cough*) boss, this is LCW we’re talking about… failed to shine? “sink”? *cough* you just blackmailing him, kan? Tsk tsk tsk… is that the best you can do?

    “Kita memperkenalkan syarat baru supaya penaja yang mahu menaja pemain perlu menerusi BAM kerana tidak mahu timbul konflik dengan penaja sedia ada, selain memastikan setiap tajaan itu tidak dibolot oleh seorang pemain,” katanya. (“We introduce new rule so that the sponsor who wanna offer sponsorship to player need to go through BAM to avoid conflict with current sponsors, beside ensuring it’s not monopolized by one player,” he (who doesn’t think) said.) … Truth is, where does your most sponsorship come from, I mean player wise? That’s why before you said anything, think wisely old man… think wisely…

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



    I know you’re shaking also but haiya, aren’t you suppose to talk to MS and LCW first before giving any statement… I’m no longer looking forward to more reasonable statements from this person…

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