LCW lost again...

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  1. wisdomcivet

    wisdomcivet Regular Member

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    TH age is catching up, We can`t compare him with the golden age of him right?

    However he still play wisely and know how to control game better, this is what LCW lack of...
     
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    u kenot compare oen of the most talented players with datuk.
    main powers of datuk is his speed but stroke-wise, he is miles behind taufik. de only reason he is beating taufik regularly is bcos de latter is old and unfit.
     
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    yes...i am big fan of TH
    he is one of the legend
     
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    Don't think it was LCW who declined, it was BAM who didn't give permission. Loss for BAM.

    LCW will not say that. The media will mention it, probably.
     
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    From the various postings, this thread should be "Why LCW lost".
    And my take is that LCW need to change his coach. From the tv shots during the matches, Misbun doesn't look to give him ideas and ways to counter LD's play esp when he is trailing and left it LCW alone and he seems lost.
     
  6. wisdomcivet

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    However speed wise LD is much faster then dato lol...
    And another thing is LCW is being too kind of following LD pace: LD play slow LCW follow, LD play fast LCW also follow
    Just my 2 cents..
     
  7. george@chongwei

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    Let's wait and see what will the media report 2moro.
     
  8. wisdomcivet

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    ya totally agree what you have said..

    It is almost the same script during Thomas cup final and OG2008 in Beijing for the 3rd set...
    It so pity to see our Dato playing without proper direction during the game.
     
  9. wisdomcivet

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    Media will write: So near yet so far lol haha

     
  10. nokh88

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    As I said before, don't think his coach gave him the correct strategy to counter the opponent's play.
     
  11. pBmMalaysia

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    you should read more of bc post

    its good to learn from members who are giving and have given constructive post

    kindly find them.

    as for misbun and lcw,

    they use cue words for communications

    they are only a few feet away.
     
  12. pBmMalaysia

    pBmMalaysia Regular Member

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    as always

    you are miles away from a constructive post.

    wonder why you are still locking yourself.
     
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    pBmMalaysia Regular Member

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    imagine if you are lee yong bo,

    your prediction would make sense. lol

    but now your celebration of your prediction not being lyb makes me laugh.

    good joke btw!
     
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    What else is new? and i see people blaming his coach now instead

    Just blame you were born at the wrong generation, LCW

    ALL HAIL BADMINTON GOD LIN DAN!!!!
     
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    ..imo, even if Misbun gave him many ideas to counter LD's play, at the end it all comes down to LCW himself to execute the plan. Further, he's played LD many2 times before and should know LD's tendencies..At this stage of the competition, it all comes down to the player's mental sharpness/focus..
    Now, if it comes down to LCW being possibly out of gas in the 3rd game which caused him to make errors and the scoreline's gap so wide, then that's another conversation..;)
     
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    well done to ld, now lcw can concentrate on improving the head to head game with lindan. ;) Lindan is surely the best player of this decade. Am sure other bc will say he may not be the all time best. Given the title, yes he is. If comparing skills, am sure there are others like yang yang, zjh, rudy, lsk would be up to the task to match him. ;)
     
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    the way LD storm into 3rd set. i don't think anything misbun said can change the fate of LCW.

    Misbun probably thinking to himself while watching this match "OMG... thank god LD wasn't born yet in my playing day"

    i support LCW and I feel very sad for him today, hopefully he can pick himself up, train even harder and fight back another day. he looked like a broken man during the medal ceremony.
     
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    I did feel for LCW in the final set, he looked exhausted and could not quite focus.

    I am sure LCW will regain his confidence soon enough though.
     
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    ja..he said:he was too tired after the clash with CJ in last nite semifinal
    u can check on this: http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v5/newsindex.php?id=544463

    and will be more wise if he also said: LD was better on this AG final. but i hope he mentioned it, but media didnt write it...
    hmm..i dont know..
     
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    our datuk has a mental block when playing against LD. It's as if he's scared witless and his mind goes blank. All strategies and tactics goes flying out of the window. I doubt if what Misbun advises would have done any good. His player just froze and went stiff.

    Once on the court there's little else a coach can do if the player do not or cannot employ the right tactics and strategies that has been advised. LCW has played LD countless times and yet plays like a beginner when it matters most. It's mind over matter in such cases and I think LCW does not have the mental strength to overcome his phobia - at least when it comes to LD.

    Sadly this is the usual character flaw in Malaysian players and it is something that Park Joo Bong exploits to the hilt when his charges plays against Malaysian players hence the torrid time that Japanese doubles players heaps on KKK/TBH.
     

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