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    At the age of half a century now, such issue can be mentality stressful and lethargic to our Datuk Misbun. Its not easy to become a coach since a lot of pure commitment and dedication are required to get the best of your student, and to become a good, world class coach like Datuk Misbun, unmeasurable dedication, caring and sacrifice has already been poured out from his veins that even Datuk LCW treats him like a father to himself. Datuk Misbun is amoung the coaches i assume that is in his own class by himself and some BAM people just seems not to understand and appreciate that.

    Just take a break Datuk Misbun, pray and calm yourself and if BAM seems to get panick while you are not around, just ask Datuk N##### or his GM, Mr KG or NSC director, Datuk Z to coach Datuk LCW and see how they perform.

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    Arrow I would tell Misbun; "Please don't return to BAM"

    Quote Originally Posted by SibugiChai View Post
    misbun looks tired, he need a good rest... refresh himself & take a look at his life... God luck Misbun!
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    I would tell Misbun; "Please don't return to BAM. Your work has not been appreciated".
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    I would tell Misbun; "Please don't return to BAM. Your work has not been appreciated".
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    You should go and have meeting together with Dato Nadzmi and Misbun. They should listen to you first before they made decision.

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    Once a minister gets involved it becomes political. The current politics are firmly grounded in the government sharing the glories of any sporting success that sportsmen and sportswomen bring. This brings more votes and in return more titles like Datukships are awarded.
    Right now the most valuable sporting figures to the government are the footballers who won the Suzuki Cup, Nicol David, and LCW. These are untouchables. When LCW throws his full support behind MS the government has no alternative but to do whatever to ensure LCW's wish is their command. Prima Donas sometimes have enormous power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak View Post
    Once a minister gets involved it becomes political. The current politics are firmly grounded in the government sharing the glories of any sporting success that sportsmen and sportswomen bring. This brings more votes and in return more titles like Datukships are awarded.
    Right now the most valuable sporting figures to the government are the footballers who won the Suzuki Cup, Nicol David, and LCW. These are untouchables. When LCW throws his full support behind MS the government has no alternative but to do whatever to ensure LCW's wish is their command. Prima Donas sometimes have enormous power.
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    Thumbs up I am at BadmintonCentral because I love Badminton

    Quote Originally Posted by Dato A View Post
    You should go and have meeting together with Dato Nadzmi and Misbun. They should listen to you first before they made decision.
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    I am at BadmintonCentral because I love Badminton.

    From what I see currently (as reported), it indicates that Misbun loves Badminton more than Nadzmi.

    For you, it's very clear cut; you have already told BAM to sack Misbun.
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    Since you all continue to discuss it even after Misbun publicly asked for people to leave him in peace

    I think the resignation could be a result of :

    1) Difficulty in coping with change, its difficult to suddenly have people looking over the shoulders.Applies to everyone.

    2) Unable to cope with new demands, it is quite difficult for people over 50 years old to learn new things .

    3) To me the BAM is trying to improve, it sure is better than previously when Nadzmi was chairman of the Training Committee.
    Being new perhaps the staff could have been very heavy handed in dealing with staff, for eg. seeing the bad and not the
    good and demoralising people, for eg.unreasonable demands in asking why LCW did not win 10/10 matches.

    All these are only too common when bodies implement changes, it is how the changes are implemented, gradually,tactfully etc.

    It can actually be resolved by improving communications, but like someone said, the last thing is to involve politicians with different agenda.

    I wouldn't go as far as saying Misbun has done more than BAM ,the big challenge is whether he can cope with the changes
    and challenges eventually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    I am at BadmintonCentral because I love Badminton.

    From what I see currently (as reported), it indicates that Misbun loves Badminton more than Nadzmi.

    For you, it's very clear cut; you have already told BAM to sack Misbun.
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    In terms of what you think that he, Misbun shpuld not be sacked?

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    Anyone can do a petition to have MS as President?

    Its time for the existing President to give a chance to others?

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    Thumbs up Leave BAM Misbun, don't let Dato A and/or BAM sack you

    Quote Originally Posted by Dato A View Post
    In terms of what you think that he, Misbun should not be sacked?
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    I have already voiced my opinion:

    Leave BAM Misbun, don't let Dato A and/or BAM sack you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by extremenanopowe View Post
    Anyone can do a petition to have MS as President?
    Its time for the existing President to give a chance to others?
    In MAS, no President resign even if they are incompetent. They always think it is their right. Just look at the country's number one sport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    In MAS, no President resign even if they are incompetent. They always think it is their right. Just look at the country's number one sport.
    msia culture, the top always blame the bottom...

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    Arrow Those who blame others would never achieve anything themselves

    Quote Originally Posted by SibugiChai View Post
    msia culture, the top always blame the bottom...
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    And the bottom always blame to top.

    Everyone is blaming on everyone's elses, but not themselves.

    In theory, it is clever.

    In practice, those who blame others would never achieve anything themselves.
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    Hafiz Hashim has been warned several years back. Now, they are pushing him for OG qualification although there is no improvement in his performance, which doesn't even qualify for yo-yo any more as he is down all the time. I would rather see BAM at least try to push those 17-19 yr old kids even if they get pawned rather than seeing them try for Hafiz again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadshot View Post
    Hafiz Hashim has been warned several years back. Now, they are pushing him for OG qualification although there is no improvement in his performance, which doesn't even qualify for yo-yo any more as he is down all the time. I would rather see BAM at least try to push those 17-19 yr old kids even if they get pawned rather than seeing them try for Hafiz again.
    The question is: can those kids even beat Hashim?

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    The question is: can those kids even beat Hashim?
    It doesn't matter nor do I care whether they can beat Hafiz or not. We send those kids out not to win, but to get exposure. 18-yr old can't beat 29-yr old, no problem. Just hope that they at least perform better in the future. Hope you get what I mean.

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