09-24-2013, 02:42 PM #1684
Basically it is investing pretty much all resources and attention, and giving player power status to 1 single MS player and a MD pair. Win now and forget the future. This is like the USA companies that collapsed when the management concentrated on upping the stock values, collect their billion dollar bonuses, and when the companies collapsed, they are long gone richly retired, with not a care to the share holders.
09-24-2013, 02:46 PM #1685
Episode 1: BAM Reboot (New Leadership and New Beginning)
Episode 2: TAM HanTam
Episdoe 3: Village Champion Quits and attacks BAM/TAM
Episode 4: BAM Empire Stirkes Back
Episode 5: U -Turn No Warning letter against LCW
Episode 6: Invisible Hands - Woman sitting next to LCW?
Episode 7: U-Turn Back to status quo
Episode 8: TAM Quits
Coming Up- Watch out for New Episodes in next few weeks
Episode 9: U -Turn Village Champion coming back
Episode 10: Mahaleel Quits
Episode 11: TAM becomes BAM chief
Episode 12: House Cleaning-Fall of BAM Old guards/ Village Champion Fired
Episode 13: Retired LD is new BAM Coaching Supremo
Episode 14: Malaysia Wins 2014 Thomas Cup
Episode 15- LCW Wins World Championship (after retirement of LD)
Episode 16- LCW is youngest Tun
09-24-2013, 02:56 PM #1686
But wait.....Episode 9 and beyond cannot begin because of budget and management approval. Production company may have to cancel this show entirely due to political pressure.
09-24-2013, 03:22 PM #1687
09-24-2013, 03:26 PM #1688
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09-24-2013, 03:35 PM #1690
C4 = plastic explosive
09-24-2013, 03:46 PM #1691
TAM is working for no wages, is not made out to be a politician. Now revert back to the same old system, the soft dancing and soothing music is back in vogue, and the history becomes current and continues on. I do not know TAM, I idolized his brother as a teenager growing up in KL. I really think TAM heaves a sigh of relief seeing how this circus unfolds that he is outta there, the good Angel saves him.
09-24-2013, 04:48 PM #1692
This is a translation of the Bernama news agency’s article posted by terranova at Post # 1682 in this thread. I am not a professional translator so accuracy is not guaranteed.
Khairy Advises BAM to Resolve the Dispute With Rashid Amicably
(by Ahmad Fuad Yahya)
Jakarta, 23 Sept. (Bernama) - Minister of Youth and Sports Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar advised Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) to resolve amicably the dispute with national singles coach, Rashid Sidek.
He hopes BAM will consider Rashid’s service and big contributions to the country before taking any action against him.
“I hope regardless of BAM’s considerations, whatever the results of their (BAM) investigation, it will not be necessary to impose strict action or discipline against Rashid,” he said after a council meeting with Malaysian students studying in Indonesia, at Malaysia Hall Jakarta on Monday.
Khairy was asked to comment on the controversy that arose following news of the resignation of Rashid, 45, with notice this month, as a national singles coach with BAM.
Rashid was reported to have already signed a contract with a club in the Indian Badminton League (IBL) since last June.
The president of BAM, Tan Sri Tengku Mahaleel Tengku Ariff recently said that Rashid, who signed a contract with the Delhi Smashers club in India, still had an ongoing contract with BAM until December next year.
Tengku Mahaleel said that he would not hesitate to take legal action against Rashid if the report in The Times of India on July 19th are true.
When asked to comment on Rashid’s open criticism of BAM, that its new leadership treated the national coaches as “inexperienced workers”, Khairy stated that the remark appeared to be Rashid’s personal opinion.
The minister said that if the opportunity arose, he wished to meet with Rashid to get clarification of that issue, as well as meet with both sides of this dispute.
“But it looks like Rashid wants to leave BAM and explore his options. BAM does not wish to interfere with his plans. So if there is a parting of ways, let it be an amicable separation,” he stated.
09-24-2013, 05:58 PM #1693
09-24-2013, 06:03 PM #1694
09-24-2013, 08:25 PM #1695
09-24-2013, 08:35 PM #1696
drama fold unfold....i'm curious any coach coaching and player training during this period? ooiii!!!!!!!! STOP WATCHING GO BACK TO YOUR BUSINESS!!!!
09-24-2013, 08:41 PM #1697
be so incompetent!
But he dont have to leave as he has shown daringness. What needs to be done
now is for him to employ a world class badminton coach/supremo and give him
the authority and freedom that was given to TAM - either PJB or Morton Frost but
not LYB as his WO skills is damaging to the game.
09-24-2013, 08:53 PM #1698
09-24-2013, 08:59 PM #1699
the thing is,tengku surrender to the pressure.
those people who lost benefit from the change stand together and fight against tengku/TAM.
NOTHINGcan be change if this bunch of fellow still remain in bam.
now they know how to affect tengku decision,how to play power/politic against tengku.
then he had become the puppet.
since tengku cannot stand firm on his decision/plan
he had lost his first and last battle.
bam is just it old self like the past 10 years.
Last edited by limsy; 09-24-2013 at 09:04 PM.
09-24-2013, 09:04 PM #1700
'Give authority and freedom' to PJB and MF, you are not kidding, the gents are not dumbbells...one look at what happened to TAM and they say thank you dude.
So Rashid can come back to milk the cow, this time around Rashid is even more powerful as TAM was ousted in the power play. Rashid has the full backing of Dato who in turn has a powerful supporter to back him up when Dato is not happy. If Dato is not happy, someone gonna get fired.
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