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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    i think before i die,i can see how uganda or chile beat malaysia badminton team
    Malaysia Boleh Forever !

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    today is the first day of KL open (national circuit)
    i want to see non bam player grab titles here

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulpx View Post
    today is the first day of KL open (national circuit)
    i want to see non bam player grab titles here
    yeah, especially on MD D1 there is old veteran Chew Choon Eng/Lee Wan Wah...

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    Quote Originally Posted by terranova View Post
    You forgot about the even better record of parachuting car into North Pole
    http://forum.autoworld.com.my/index....dpost&p=441880
    Also first Malaysian "astronaut" whom Govt refers to as astronaut but NASA referred to as space flight participant. Only Malaysia Boleh!
    http://www.nst.com.my/latest/roshini...onaut-1.369378
    MAS second astronaut...err, passenger, training now and soon to be buckling up and beaming up to space....and she is the first female, now even Japan cannot beat that, I think the first from SEA...MAS BOLEH

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    Quote Originally Posted by nkt0811 View Post
    yeah, especially on MD D1 there is old veteran Chew Choon Eng/Lee Wan Wah...
    all the oldies(include tan wk/hoon th+lim kw/goh vs) in md lost to 2 pair of former wjc md champion.

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    Courtesy of NST :

    BAM does it again

    By Devinder Singh


    PUZZLING MOVE: Tengku Mahaleel postpones the announcement on new men's doubles

    BADMINTON Association of Malaysia (BAM) president Tengku Mahaleel Tengku Ariff prevented coaches Paulus Firman and Pang Cheh Chang from revealing the new men's doubles combinations to the media yesterday.
    Tengku Mahaleel offered a perplexing "No, no, no" when reporters turned up at the Juara Stadium in Bukit Kiara waiting for the announcement.
    The men's doubles pairings were supposed to have been announced yesterday but Tengku Mahaleel gave no explanation for his silence before retreating into a corner for a discussion with the doubles coaches.
    With the exception of the two main doubles pairs of Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong and Hoon Thien How-Tan Wee Kiong, a reshuffle of the other pairings were expected yesterday.
    But the latest media snub is just one of several missteps by Tengku Mahaleel since his election as BAM president on July 27.
    Tengku Mahaleel has been inconsistent with his decision making which at one point prompted the resignation of national singles coach Rashid Sidek.
    The president's attempted reform of BAM has also come to nothing with two major changes he initiated having both been rolled back.
    A coaching restructuring by talent management group director Tan Aik Mong sat uneasily with the coaches, including Rashid, which led to the former's resignation.
    An attempt to do away with the executive committee and sub-committees also failed to materialise after BAM did not make the necessary amendments to its constitution.
    When reinstating the sub-committees, Tengku Mahaleel had also refused to divulge the names of the respective sub-committee chairmen.



    Read more: BAM does it again - Badminton - New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/sports/badmint...#ixzz2hf8R3kuE

    What is this Tengku doing?

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    Tengku/Bam doing nothing for the game - they just hope for luck that another Sidek family or LCW will turn up at their doorstep.
    Well, they will have a long wait, maybe another 20 to 30 years AD, I mean AR ( AD after death but AR after retirement of you know who).
    MAS will be going through another mediocre period - the what I call Phua AH Hua/Saw Swee Leong period, when the best Malaysian players will be ranked in the 20s only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by senior888 View Post
    Tengku/Bam doing nothing for the game - they just hope for luck that another Sidek family or LCW will turn up at their doorstep.
    Well, they will have a long wait, maybe another 20 to 30 years AD, I mean AR ( AD after death but AR after retirement of you know who).
    MAS will be going through another mediocre period - the what I call Phua AH Hua/Saw Swee Leong period, when the best Malaysian players will be ranked in the 20s only.
    Phua Ah Hua the policeman and Saw Swee Leong? You are really a "senior"

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    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    Phua Ah Hua the policeman and Saw Swee Leong? You are really a "senior"
    That is nothing...me went back to Tan Aik Huang, Ng Boon Bee era

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    @ OTB
    Wondering if anyone is at Wong Peng Soon, David Freeman era.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nokh88 View Post
    Phua Ah Hua the policeman and Saw Swee Leong? You are really a "senior"
    I love to study sports history especially football and badminton and watching
    old recordings. You don't have to be senior/old inorder to be knowlegable.

    Imagine playing with those yoneyama rackets and still producing magic on court!
    Those earlier players are strong and fit but not so speedy with their rubber
    shoes!

    Today players are lucky to be assisted by amazing technologies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mb111 View Post
    @ OTB
    Wondering if anyone is at Wong Peng Soon, David Freeman era.
    Err...I am not at that stage yet, but getting there Those chaps who grew up watching these fellows today must have poor vision, fake choppers (i.e. teeth), aching back, and go to bed real early or fell asleep watching badminton on the telly

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    Quote Originally Posted by senior888 View Post
    I love to study sports history especially football and badminton and watching
    old recordings. You don't have to be senior/old inorder to be knowlegable.

    Imagine playing with those yoneyama rackets and still producing magic on court!
    Those earlier players are strong and fit but not so speedy with their rubber
    shoes!

    Today players are lucky to be assisted by amazing technologies.
    Dude, just admit we are soon to be geezers or geezers already...on the positve side, financial freedom in sight call it Freedom 85, on the negative side, you give a pass on those good looking chicks flying by, can see cannot touch or the old wifey will smack you silly

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    chan kwong beng reach bitburger gp gold semi final.
    once against those who leave bam prove they can do better than those who remain in bam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    chan kwong beng reach bitburger gp gold semi final.
    once against those who leave bam prove they can do better than those who remain in bam.
    even ng hui lin/ng hui ern can made it to semi final...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ngkt67 View Post
    even ng hui lin/ng hui ern can made it to semi final...
    well,personally have no comment about player who had privilege(can sparring with national team anytime even they already quit bam) power play~

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    Quote Originally Posted by senior888 View Post
    I love to study sports history especially football and badminton and watching
    old recordings. You don't have to be senior/old inorder to be knowlegable.

    Imagine playing with those yoneyama rackets and still producing magic on court!
    Those earlier players are strong and fit but not so speedy with their rubber
    shoes!

    Today players are lucky to be assisted by amazing technologies.
    The truth is, you have to e "lucky" to be able to play in the old days.

    There are limited courts and only privilege few has the financial freedom to pursue hobby. In the old days, most people are struggling to earn a living.

    If my memory serve me right, Ng boon bee was able to win so many all England titles because he can afford to travel there. Back in those days without "airasia" traveling is a super luxury.

    They also live in a time when everyone else struggle to live and they have time to pursue hobby...

    Today players are lucky but Definately not as lucky as old days players

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