Korea Open 2006: Day 3 (23/08)

Discussion in 'Korea Open / Hong Kong Open 2006' started by badMania, Aug 21, 2006.

  1. hcyong

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    BAM is not going to be happy. The only 2 surviving Malaysian MS are outside the stable. At least there was good news in the WS.
     
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    Hope Saifu will continue his winning way until the semi-final though it is tough with TH or LHI on the way but nothing is impossible....
     
  3. Jessica

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    Hafiz lose to who???I wonder what they doing...
     
  4. Jessica

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    What a huge dissapointment...They are only two MS left in KO for MAS team...James Chua,Hafiz and YKB all lose....
     
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    We have 'banana players' --- eaten up easily. I have a feeling the players have got no spirit and no guts. Too much teh tarik and nasi lemak !
     
  6. X Ball

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    Time for BAM to bring out the stick.....too much easy time and no objectives set for the players so much so they act on their own whims and fancy.
     
  7. Jessica

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    Maybe you are right...Maybe is really BAM too loosen up all the players...Is the time to be more tight and dicipline...
     
  8. X Ball

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    BAM spends so much on them and all they do in return is quick exits within the initial rounds. I think we should save BAM's money by not sending anyone since they did not perform.
     
  9. Loh

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    You don't want BAM to be like its Indonesian counterpart, PBSI do you? :D
     
  10. X Ball

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    hahaha, I disagree with you. If they don't perform they should not be allowed to spend. Strictly, no passengers !

    Lately, the boys just take a flight, check in to the tournament and then get a quick exit and take a plane back. There is absolutely no 'return' on the investment to send them. So why send them.

    I think BAM should put them in the 'Sin' bin for a while to let their hunger return. And they lose half their pay when they are classified as 'sinners'.

    Somebody said the Chinese will be out if they play like KBH because they have so many commited players. I think Malaysia keeps giving the players chances even though they do not perform. Are the players taking it for granted that they will not lose their benefits even though they play badly ?

    Fans, like me, are getting irrate about the lack of commitment by the players. We wait eagerly for a Malaysian player to step up by sending a team of players and they all lose in the initial rounds. What a disappointment as expressed bv so many fans here.

    KBH, LCW, HAFIZ ---- shameful performances ! Malu lah !
     
  11. **KZ**

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    at least YKB and James went down fighting to stronger opponents...
    though LCW lost....he lost to roslin and roslin is not an easy player to beat alrite....he can beat almost anyone on top form....but most disappointing is Hafiz who lost to the much improved Thai MS...and of course not to mention KBH!!.....but WS having a good day...
     
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    MS no hope, now we hope for WS... MC,,, gogooggog!!!
     
  13. Loh

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    Tough taskmaster you are! But can't blame your disappointment.

    What is your criteria for sending the boys/girls for overseas assignments? What sort of impact must they make on you before you give the go ahead?

    What happens if they don't come up to your expectations? Keep the 'sinners' at home and how many do you think you'll be left with? A lot of criticism has been levelled at the PBSI for not sending players abroad for the exposure, forcing some into premature retirement or to play for other countries.

    Can the BAM afford to do the same?

    Not an easy decision to make, but maybe more incentives are better than less or no incentives for the players. :rolleyes:
     
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    Heheh.. then later the Msian players will quit and play for Singapore instead. :) Good deal huh?
     
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    haha, that is a real possibility. i often wonder why that hasn't happened yet. maybe there's too much pride/tension between the countries?
     
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    wow.....jens and martin lost in MD to shen ye/ he hanbin....luluk and alven lost to lindley and langridge
     
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    Lin Woon Fui and Mohd Fairuzizuan won against Eric and Malaythong
     
  18. **KZ**

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    lets see how malaysian MD perform...
     
  19. zia.ufrida

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    Malaysia send a lot of players. Is BAM so rich? :)
     
  20. tino4

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    what a shame for luluk/alven:mad: . They must be split up immediately....plz someone tells PBSI.....and PBSI should fetch TG and CW back ..as Freelance or something.....:)
     

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