Is BAM going in the right direction?

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  1. ngkt67

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    after the MAS team performance in WC, I mark my work that malaysia badminton will never have the glory back forever, which mean the malaysia badminton era is no longer national famous sport...
    #bringbacktheglory
     
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    Bam need to change president and the existing cmt also need to change..seems to me that professional players are more motivated to play than national players.

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    When were we ever glorious?
     
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    Thomas Cup 1992
     
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    1 cup ,1 year? Does not glory days maketh
     
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    are you saying that there will be no winning glory for the malaysia badminton, forever?!
     
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    Get the right people to run BAM...not business man , lawyer, politician

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    but the problem is there, if you are Malaysian then you know the issues faced by us which are very sensitive to talk about...
     
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    Get more girls playing. Big pool of potential talent
     
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    Yes...i am a Malaysian and where there is power and opportunities to make money, we can forget about sport development

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    No. I am just saying we have never really reach our full potential since the 60s. Forever the underachiever. Except for the occasional LCW and Misbun...we are actually a mediocre Badminton nation. Even Denmark, Korea have done better. But that doesn't mean we can be one, one day. Can we?
     
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    From what I have read..this is true in Indonesia also. But it didn't stop them
     
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    Agreed!!
     
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    Then the question is the athletes themselves did not perform?

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    seems like Malaysia BAM’s men double department is lack of strong left handed players since after several players like Tan Boon Heong, Lim Khim Wah left BAM years ago...
    currently who are the left handed players in BAM...?
     
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    They rehired Kenny goh as secretary general of BAM,. ...the part time lawyer sports administrator Ng chin chai no longer head the CMT...to arrest the decline

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    We have not hit bottom yet. Just wait for the SEA games..see just how mediocre we are. Thailand, Indonesia and now Singapore will better us in every discipline, hands down
     
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