First and foremost, apologies for my poor command in English. Perhaps this topic has been discussed many times in the past and brushed aside but I think it is time to revive this topic. Given how much depth and strength are lacking within the Malaysian Women's Singles and Doubles, is it time for BAM management to consider alternative solution to improve the capability of this department ? This is where MM2H programme comes in. I am thinking if BAM or even the government should consider revising the programme to lure or attract foreign players to invest/contribute in Malaysia for a specific set of sport. Malaysia has done this in the past and even now. Look at the FAM, they have naturalised three foreign players whom I believe have zero ties to Malaysia but they are contributing in some way to the national team build up. Having that said, it does receive a lot of opposition from many people hence it's a controversial topic. Why did I bring up this topic for debate ? Because I truly believe any solution or approach is not working effectively in the women's singles and doubles. It's not a matter of coaching, staff support or even how many times you send the players for international tune up matches. The outcome is still the same. The real reason behind this is there is a limited pool of badminton talent among Malaysian women. Sorry if this is getting even more controversial. Malaysia has 32 million population and why countries like South Korea, England or even Denmark could find players who could compete in the top 8/10. After seeing how Singapore has done it for women's table tennis and it is yielding results, why can't Malaysia do the same thing for this sport specifically ? I hope this topic gets discussed and even further debated among BAM management.