2010 Thomas/Uber Cup - day 3, May 11th

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  1. simonlovers

    simonlovers Regular Member

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    i can't imagine how MAS fans on stadium today..
    Uber Cup team lost..and also thomas team...

    keep spirit, guys..
    they still need your support tomorrow..
     
  2. Felicia_txh

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    ya...proud of Sonia..maybe their skill are not as gud as their opponent...but at least they play at their best..:)
     
  3. miksss

    miksss Regular Member

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    Maria take ur rally against sonia..haha..
    LOL..
    rush here and there..
    please dont do it for sonia,maria!
    She just 17..!
    LOL..
     
  4. Yojimbo

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    I agree! Only true fans stick by the players in every situation.It's really sad to see that most Malaysians don't have this mentality.If I were one of the players, I would be disheartened by their lack of support and also a lack of a back-bone :p I hope all of us can support the Malaysian team every step of the way especially now.They need our support and encouragement more than ever.
     
  5. Blurry D

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    Even indonesia have a good chance of winning,please dont flame other people la... keep the comments to yourself la...
     
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    I'm SO with u on this!
     
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    I like to believe that eventhough they are yoyoing, people still have little hope on the fuzzy and support when they can. but fuzzy always dont keep their promise... and they can't no longer keep up with the pressure...for me enough is enough until you show some result worth waiting for ... ... dont blame others for being irritated... doesn't mean I support the booing, just that regardless, they shud just focus on the task in hand rather than the booing... as if they never compete outside homeground where booing is much more .... my mind really cannot accept this... whatever anybody try to back up these two... I love my national badminton team but not people who dont walk their talk and those who keep these people in the team... our team need some changes so we could improve for the better... if it means dropping yoyos and yoyos then so be it...
     
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    yup you must proud be malaysian n support your team tommorow (go to stadium if u can n i will watch you from tv), like we support our team from home :crying:....
     
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    yala...u guys are just too...im speechless...even thought u wanna someone to win...cannot just shut something bad at people...KARMA...
     
  12. copadh

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    that's the problem... no contest against Nigeria cost Malaysia chance to win over Japan. they can't warming up with weaker opponent in first tie
     
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    Agree to not flame each other.

    For INA fans, support our country for tomorrow.... Win or lose, it doesn't matter. But more important is how they show fighting spirit and try to the best. Remember how proud we are while INA UC lost to China in 2008, we still supported them and refused to bolt from our seats although the games have ended. I hope this is the time for INA UC to do better, eventhough I know that will really hard.
     
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    I too, a Malaysian badminton supporter since I was little. I agree with you except on the part about Hafiz's fighting spirit. He didn't even have the simple will to fight. :crying:
     
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  15. Yojimbo

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    If the others are irritated, imagine how the players feel.Booing is never good but it's worse when our own countrymen do it.I wouldn't say that I was proud of the fuzzy's pair performance..they could have played wayyy better.However, the fans' reaction made everything worse which turned out to be ugly :eek:
     
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    u give CHN to much
     
  17. MelvIndonesia

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    Yeaaaah....C'MON INA!!!!
     
  18. chemile

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    Huh? :confused::confused::confused:
     
  19. Yojimbo

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    Haha..good :) however, Hafiz did fight..he never gave up but if he cut down on his errors he could have won :eek: His smashes also lacked some power..
     
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    i think the draw today is pretty good...so dont be upset....ok??
    because Mas TC team vs Den tomorrow...i think we can kill Den (probably 3:2) and advance to the final...
    and yet i am eager to see what Mas women team to do their best... against Ina is quite good if compared to other team (KOR, JPN, CHN)...OK?
    give them your support......
     

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