Is BAM going in the right direction?

Discussion in 'Malaysia Professional Players' started by cobalt, May 22, 2011.

  1. ngkt67

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    that’s Selangor Open 2012...
     
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    The rot is deeper than you think. Our juniors just posted their worst achievement year ever.... thanks a lot BAM ..Norza... you've got to go bro
     
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    I didn't find a thread "Malaysia Badminton" that's why I am asking the question here. Why was Ong Ken Yon not selected for WJC team and individual events ? He was the winner of Indian Junior International GP. To me, he looked like a promising player.
     
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    BIG FAT ZERO!! Not a single Malaysian kid got through today at the world juniors individual championship. Not blaming the kids at all. I pity them, been let down.
    Let this sink in. .... 0
    Well the Koreans and us, we are both crappy, Let's be miserable together
     
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    We can look forward to extreme mediocrity and super unexciting bland Malaysian badminton in decades to come.
     
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    Most of the Chinese coaches at bjss left and kwan yoke meng took over but the rot starts at bjss which is run by KBS.

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    First of all, the sports system in Malaysia is managed by the government.(ministry of sports/KBS) The government is a party system, so the people vote for the party the want. Then after that if the opposition wins, the cabinet will see a reshuffle(including the ministry of sports). Now this isn't bad for all the ministries, but from the way I look at sports, the ministry of sports shouldn't be mixed with politics. Because the politics in Malaysia is all about money. When you mix sports with politics, this is what you get.

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    Yes.. his poor serves. He does mostly flick serves as he is not confident with his short serves i.e.. Defensive play even from the beginning. Look at ZSW, WYL, YutaW, Dechapol ..all other men from top XD pairs..always serve short, and then occasionally flick to surprise their opponents..
    His age is catching up anyway and his retrieval abilities (his forte) are also waning..
     
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    Should pair tan wee kiong and gly... After Tokyo 2020

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    Tan Wee Kiong is more on front court as well as goh liu ying, so need the good back court and all around court player to fit in XD play...
     
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    There goes another Badminton championship without any Malaysian interest from semifinals.....
     
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    As usual the coaches blames the players and do reshuffling?

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    It's time Lee Chong Wei step in to change things around.
     
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    This article needs to be looked at a little more closely. I think the reporter has injected his own emotions into the article.

    The quotes don't match up to the words of "Smashes" and "laments".

    Sure that Yoke Meng is disappointed but I don't think he "smashed" the juniors. I would be very surprised for a coach to do that for average performances. They are not professionals and there are good days and bad days for juniors - more than professionals.
     

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