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    Quote Originally Posted by OneToughBirdie View Post
    And it will never change, anyone will thinks a politician running a public funded entity with no accountability will have the rakyat interest rather their own interest must be on dope...as one Datuk quit after 10+ years, another Datuk comes in to continue milking the cow till the tits dry up. This is not about Malaysia, but in practically all countries...maybe exclude Sing, Den. It is all about $$$. If you are given the free rein and in charge of running a country badminton funding (any country, not zero in on Malaysia) when you see you predecessor cashing in, are you not tempted to milk the cow too, now is your time...honest?
    Let's milk the cow but make sure they come home lol

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    It's a problem of the mother hen laying all the eggs but don't know where the chicks are after that. The problem of going down to the field with a pair of eyes that 'knows' how to identify, how to see. They don't go down to the field, and they can't differentiate an uncut diamond from the soil. So why do it if you don't know how to it and make a 'poopy' of yourself rite? This is where the problem is. Everyone sitting on the high chair asking the money to come down from the sky, asking LDs and LCWs to emerge while all the while they sit their fatty derriere on their comfortable chair playing politics of endurance and looting. The problem is, 99.999999% the upper management. They didn't know LCW was uncut diamond, they did not want to listen to Morten, Malaysia came within a hair width of not having the current world no. 1. As long as the MR Datos who don't know a thing about badminton, or at least have a listening ear for the coaches, the problem will remain innately unsolvable. Let the businessmen do their duty of getting the funds and stop the buck there and then. Let them wash their hands there and then, give them a big pat on their back, PRAISE THEM GOOD BOY!. And that's it. All the rest of the management must go to a coach! People with a vision for sport, not with a vision for individual greed and using sports as a political gaining ground. Just bring in the money and shut up!
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    money? what money?bam have a lots of revenue 'from' malaysia open
    they spend more than rm 300,000 on london trip(not include player).

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    money? what money?bam have a lots of revenue 'from' malaysia open
    they spend more than rm 300,000 on london trip(not include player).
    Limsy, VP of Finance... lol....

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    Default Organizing Badminton League in Malaysia

    Firstly, am i the only one who thinks that organizing our own badminton league will do wonders for unearthing and spurring developing of uncut diamonds-players, while at the same time absolve the upper management's crime of doing not enough (or nothing at all) to remedy the nation's endemic-doldrums embarassment? I happen to think that the advantage of this kind of competition, as always, lies in the opportunities for a player to meet other players of all calibres and different strokes, without having to conform to strict rules of qualification and seeding entries.

    But alas, my 2nd question is - does BAM have the brains to organize this badminton league? If India can do it, why can't we? Are we so myopic that the fact the china organized them because they see real opportunity for their junior players to get experience and to learn from playing against LCW, and or course a multitude of others? Likewise, in the same way, it is of great benefit to our stable of players (seen and unseen).
    Will BAM say, 'if profit cannot be guaranteed, we won't do it'?

    Nowadays, these 3 letter alphabets just seems to manufacture seeds of hot kettles blowing off steam and whistling away aka the sports fans, and they manufacture these kettles with great efficiency, I tell you.

    To pave a way for a miracle kind of supportive thinking, let's pray that this is a prelude to storm. I say this is because, doldrums means inactivity, calm and nothing happens. Maybe, I just hope this is a prelude to a tsunami of talents to come. I want to say this is a miracle for XXXXXX people but for lack of a better word, I would just say this word is the same word that caused a ruckus in Solaris Dutamas, KL where police has to confiscate a certain artwork that contained this word.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pakito View Post

    To pave a way for a miracle kind of supportive thinking, let's pray that this is a prelude to storm. I say this is because, doldrums means inactivity, calm and nothing happens. Maybe, I just hope this is a prelude to a tsunami of talents to come. I want to say this is a miracle for XXXXXX people but for lack of a better word, I would just say this word is the same word that caused a ruckus in Solaris Dutamas, KL where police has to confiscate a certain artwork that contained this word.

    You mean 'I for Ixxxx" one? Pity the artist, he meant A, they thought B

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglehelang View Post
    You mean 'I for Ixxxx" one? Pity the artist, he meant A, they thought B
    B i n g o

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    New management is out.

    Cheah Soon Kit and Razif Sidek's names got mentioned. No sign of Yap Kim Hock and Misbun Sidek.

    http://sports.sinchew.com.my/node/30131?tid=3

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    So, now we can see if any of them skives.

    http://www.thestar.com.my/Sport/Badm...badminton.aspx

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    Tan Aik Mong and Razif Sidek are the main towkays now. I like the idea of having players ranking
    as this will reward those who performs today and not in the past - will motivate players to strive
    harder since the selection door is always open.
    Good to know that TAM has set a 5 year target for success.

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    Finally, someone with baddy knowledge to sit on the chair, and also who has not passed on to the other side. While Rexy has many more years to give at Indon, but over here on this side, we can only give thanks for seeing a step going forward in the direction which we had hoped aeons ago. Beggars are no choosers. But let's see if the top management mean what they say and let things happen by what they mean, for it's still too early to tell and count the eggs as of now.

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    Some comments to the new team of BAM...

    Like to see more control in the finance to weed out VIPs families from making overseas holiday trips who have nothing to do with badminton what so ever.

    Establish a local points system for each player in each category/age group for ranking, tournament seeding, competition etc. Eg. Elite team, Back Up, BJSS, U18, U16, U14, U12 state teams and clubs. TAM's IT experties to drive this project.

    Like TAM & RS to protect whistle blowers who expose evidences on back-door entry with coffee money, favrouitism/nepotism, non-merit qualifications/trips, manipulation of draws etc.

    Establish work ethics, code of conduct, transparency and professionalism to all coaches, players and employees of BAM and their members & associates/affiliates.

    I dont like politicians to be the head or members of State Badminton Associations. I hope in the longer term, the BAM President can filter out the good guys from the devils in disguise.

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    So far so good from what we hear what Tengku/TAM/RS are leading BAM. Maybe growing in MAS, I am always leery of why so-called leaders must have a 'Datuk' title in front of them to lead, whether in busiiness, political office and public owned entities. I can recalled endless list of failed projects lead by 'Datuk' and politicians, and cannot recall any project that are successfully lead by politicians in MAS. After the 10+ years of mismanagement by the previous board at BAM, I suppose it cannot be any more worse, or will it? Well, the proof is in the pudding, we shall see.

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    so far so good?
    rashid sidek said the ranking match is cancelled
    this and that
    so many drama like mca

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    so far so good?
    rashid sidek said the ranking match is cancelled
    this and that
    so many drama like mca
    I have been reading the Stars and NST, and following what the media reported on Tengku and TAM/RS plans. Like I said, I am skeptical with Datuks/politicians running any public entities, talks are cheap and it is so easy to 'talk' but the 'walk' is a whole different thingie. I am not betting my penny that MAS baddy will get better or to world beaters as these chaps are aiming. But it can't be worse than the previous groupie run by the 3 clowns...but then 2 clowns are still there. Alamak!

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    TAM was in his 1st day at work. He deserves to be given a chance to right things up. So far, it sounds positive but given the past years of BAM mismanagement, we can't expect TAM to right the ship overnight. If Tengku lets TAM operate BAM, that alone is heading the right direction, IMO.
    Malaysians knew BAM is heading towards the ocean bottom like the Titanic, hopefully the boat has been found rusting away in the ocean floor and now slowly coming up to the surface, and takes time to restore to sail away...hopefully!
    MAS has 2 promising juniors, if the old BAM groupie is runing the show, these 2 juniors will sure be wasted. Maybe, TAM can do something...again, hopefully
    Tan Aik Huang is one of my 2 favorite MS players and I had watched countless live matches of TAH as I once was a young and good looking chap in KL, TAM I hope can lead MAS back to her glory days.
    Limsy, where did you heared RS said national ranking is out? The Star today quoted TAM saying that is on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneToughBirdie View Post
    TAM was in his 1st day at work. He deserves to be given a chance to right things up. So far, it sounds positive but given the past years of BAM mismanagement, we can't expect TAM to right the ship overnight. If Tengku lets TAM operate BAM, that alone is heading the right direction, IMO.
    Malaysians knew BAM is heading towards the ocean bottom like the Titanic, hopefully the boat has been found rusting away in the ocean floor and now slowly coming up to the surface, and takes time to restore to sail away...hopefully!
    MAS has 2 promising juniors, if the old BAM groupie is runing the show, these 2 juniors will sure be wasted. Maybe, TAM can do something...again, hopefully
    Tan Aik Huang is one of my 2 favorite MS players and I had watched countless live matches of TAH as I once was a young and good looking chap in KL, TAM I hope can lead MAS back to her glory days.
    Limsy, where did you heared RS said national ranking is out? The Star today quoted TAM saying that is on.
    Totally agree on the bolded part. I would guess 3 to 4 years.

    I wonder when an independent auditor will come in and examine the accounts Just waiting for that little bombshell to come through.

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