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05-29-2012, 04:00 AM #511
Recap 2 - Defining BAM short and concisely
These are excerpts from the media in which I find have the same context as a picture paints a thousand words, or in this case - a sentence paints a picture - that define BAM clearly without the need to do a thesis.
And what astounds me even greater till no end is this - if even sports journalists can describe profoundly what is wrong with BAM, why is Nadzmi still clueless and looking for answers after 12 (wisdomic? I think not)years? Doesn't that say he is not worthy of the job? After so long, still clueless?
And he had the 'cheek' to say this - "Is it going to guarantee success in the future by just going for the head of one person if Malaysia fails to win gold in London?" Sorry so say this, but someone please give him a good penalty kick.But rather, it seems to me that because the media has shifted the focus and pointing the gun to 'Nadzmi and the gang' that they are feeling the sweat dripping down from their foreheads. It's due to no other reason than their worries about the security of their paychecks! When everything was rosy and masked by LCW's long-reigning world no. 1 status, they were happy to remain contented. Why rock the boat when you can plunder away the nation's resources?
BAM must think like an oil company. Oil is the answer. But first, you have to hunt and search for it. Likewise is talent.
After all, what is so hard about running the place IF talent is in abundance (rarely) since BAM already possess the $$$ to buy whoever by the likes of Yang Yang, Li Mao, Morten Frost, Fang Kai Xiang? You name it, you have it.
The Star, Tue May 29, 2012
1. Too many cooks spoiling the broth (in fighting)
2. Running around like a headless chicken (BAM)
NST, 26 May 2012
3. BAM place all eggs in one basket (LCW)
4. Get rid of 4 member high performance team (Good riddance!)
5.Chief coach will only work if he is given a free hand to implement his plans. (no more meddling and interfering)
Last edited by Pakito; 05-29-2012 at 04:14 AM.
05-29-2012, 04:37 AM #512
05-29-2012, 04:48 AM #513
Well, I would like readers to ponder the above deeply. Here is where the problem lies, where the name of the game is to blame others. This is precisely the reason why there is no hope.
When you get rubbish material (here is a bit of reference to LKY's own thinking), you produce rubbish end product. We see a lot of rubbish being written here. And herein lies the problem.
05-29-2012, 05:01 AM #514
Garbage in, Garbage out the call it in IT bro.
Please proof it before you point the finger. You may point to yourself like a fool.
05-29-2012, 05:46 AM #515
05-29-2012, 06:10 AM #516
do u ever saw any of the junior playing?
and what they become in senior stage?
what u claim is like a secondary school headmaster who cant improve his student result and claim the student is stupid and dislike learning but in fact all the student passing with flying colours in their primary school.
i believe all manager in bam have the exactly same mental set with u,and they can stay on their post forever regardless how worse malaysia badminton have falling behind.
try to learn about Pygmalion effect 1st
then u know why u will surely fail in any management post with ur mental set.
05-29-2012, 06:26 AM #517
forget to say
if u were liverpool,man utd or arsenal owner
u might just sell all the player and buy more manager
05-29-2012, 09:14 AM #518
Both are messed up. Maradona works harder just like lcw. The rest carry balls.
05-29-2012, 10:51 AM #519
i believe taneepak just choose to ignore my post about DNA when he cant explain anything about it
05-29-2012, 11:21 AM #520
from psychological point of view
genetical and environmental just like a coin,u can choose to see from either side.
but some extreme do ignore another side.
05-29-2012, 11:35 AM #521
05-29-2012, 11:49 AM #522
05-29-2012, 01:23 PM #523
The chosen one must be prepared to face the consequences
So... Have any BCers read this article from thestar?
Tuesday May 29, 2012
WUHAN: The personalities of China’s supremo Li Yongbo and Japan’s head coach Park Joo-bong are poles apart. One has an air of arrogance while the other is all humility.
But doubles legends Yongbo and Joo-bong, who were arch enemies in the 80s while playing for China and South Korea respectively, have one common trait – a strong leadership quality which inspires success. That is something which Malaysian badminton clearly lacks.
At the Thomas-Uber Cup Finals, China won the men’s and women’s titles while Japan reached the semi-finals in both categories.
Yongbo, who will turn 50 in September, has led China’s team to numerous successes and they continue to be a dominant force in world badminton.
He must be doing something right for he is able to hold the huge team of players together and ensure that there is success at every level – men’s and women’s singles and all three doubles events.
When asked about the recipe for his success, Yong-bo replied curtly: “If I gave it away, then the world would be the same and that won’t be too nice for us.
“We can’t go on doing the same thing because the results would be the same. One must always be receptive to change.”
China have certainly evolved over the years but their results have always been consistently outstanding. The Badminton World Federation (BWF) have changed the scoring format three times since China made their presence felt in 1977 but they have adapted quicker than anyone else.
Their doubles experienced a slump after the domination of Yongbo-Tian Bingyi but now, they have four-time world champions in Cai Yun-Fu Haifeng and a few young pairs oozing with potential.
The 46-year-old Joo-bong’s work in Japan over the last seven-and-half years is finally bearing fruit. Over the last two years, Japan have shown depth in both their men’s and women’s team.
“All of them are club players. They only participate in centralised training prior to a major event. It isn’t easy to keep the team together when they are scattered all over. Communication is the key and I’m blessed because I have committed players,” he said.
While Japan and China have outstanding supremos to plan, strategise and build the team, Malaysia are clearly lacking in that area.
Gone are the days when someone dynamic like Tan Sri Elyas Omar or Datuk Punch Gunalan took the lead to ensure that the system delivered world class players .
Now, Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) have resorted to multiple heads to handle the national team but the results, except for world No. 1 Lee Chong Wei, have been getting from bad to worse. It is a clear case of too many cooks spoiling the broth.
BAM had a series of interviews to find a suitable candidate for the supremo job but decided that none were good enough.
There can never be a perfect candidate based on paper qualification. All they need is someone with the knowledge and experience of the game who brooks no nonsense. Someone who is willing to take up the challenge and deliver results.
There are a few with such credentials like Cheah Soon Kit, Razif Sidek, Kwan Yoke Meng and, maybe, Tan Kim Her.
They may even consider re-hiring Misbun Sidek to take charge at the Bukit Jalil Sports School (BJSS). After all, the man has the passion for the game and the desire to nurture youngsters.
There could be others too but the chosen one must be prepared to face the consequences if he or she fails to deliver over a specified term. But, above all, they must be given a free hand and total control.
BAM have been running around like a headless chicken ever since they terminated Yap Kim Hock as the chief coach after the 2008 Olympics. Four years have gone by and they must know by now that something is seriously wrong.
Wuhan clearly showed that.
05-29-2012, 01:28 PM #524
Change for change's sake is never an answer. As long as the political and national will is lacking in terms of its strength and amplitude, nothing will be achieved. Too much fragmented energy. I agree with much of what you have said, expect that these countries should be satisfied with settling in at #5 or 6, which is frankly, an obviously sardonic tone.
So what's the answer? This is all cyclic. Remember the economic meltdown that the 5 dragons experienced in the 70's and 80's? Rejuvenation happens best when the older system is razed to its foundations. Maybe that's the answer, eh? But that only happens when the political and national collective consciousness come to the realisation that there is no other way out.
Forget LYB and TXH. Even an old fox like MF wouldn't do much good right now. Only BAM and PBSI can help themsleves: by dissolving themselves. Order can only form from complete chaos.
05-29-2012, 09:52 PM #525
I missed those days when the started the project 1988-1992 where Fang Kai Xiang was in charge. He really whip up those guys. The togetherness spirit must be there.
05-30-2012, 12:39 AM #526
The Japanese, Koreans, and Chinese are not like herds of sheep to be led by one strong leader. If Li Yong Bo and Park are soley responsible for China's and Japan's success, then what happens when they pass away from the scene? Just look at China's Table Tennis story. They have had many changes of coaches, players, and officials, and also rules that were changed to enable other countries to have a fighting chance.
It is the people who make it possible. With good raw material one can make first class products. Without, it is very difficult and impossible if you are aiming to be no. 1.
Why all the anger in Malaysia and Indonesia over their recent Thomas Cup and Uber Cup performances?
Such anger is unjustified if you look at it from a more pragmatic perspective. It is unjustified expectation of false successes that were not there that lead to such bitterness.
05-30-2012, 12:56 AM #527
i am the one who said malaysia will lost to japan in 2010 TC and to thailand in 2010 AG
what a joke.
and then i guess lee chong wei,taufik,ratchanok,sigit,tony gunawan,rexy-ricky and others great player must be inherited a great DNA from CHINA
same goes to mister thomas and miss uber and mister sudirman.
Last edited by limsy; 05-30-2012 at 12:59 AM.
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