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Lin Dan? So what?

Discussion in 'Singapore Open / Malaysia Open / Chinese Taipei Op' started by armortec800, Jun 18, 2006.

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  1. armortec800

    armortec800 Regular Member

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    Just finished watching the come back kid Magic LCW thrashed the world's number one. But LD has a low character, thrashed his racket, did not shake hands, removed the medal almost immediately from his neck, and I really wanted to fist him when he refused to put on the local headgear. And his face sulked and black like charcoal.

    LD, you too come from hokkien kampong. Go home and do farming. Low character.
     
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    lol ......... typical big-head player ........ dun wanna accept if someone above him .... what a basket.

     
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    Dont think he can go far in the future with this kind of attitude.... still thinking big wanna be the biggest acheiver in the history??? In yr dreams.....
     
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    He wanted to be in the news more than anyone else in the papers tomorrow. He wanted people to have more discussion about himself than LCW.

    I think he did it.
     
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    Yeah I think he "achieved" something big in the history of badminton as well today.
     
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