Nothing is Left to Chance in Malaysia's Preparation

Discussion in 'Thomas Cup / Uber Cup 2010' started by X Ball, Apr 27, 2010.

  1. limsy

    limsy Regular Member

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    think like this
    he/she pretend to be china supporter in purpose to spoil chinese fans image;)
    evil:p
     
  2. pBmMalaysia

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    you nearly got 1st prize, its interesting and please continue... :D
     
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    Hey mate, are you a 10-year-old kid?
     
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    hey, this is a sad kid. His nick says it all - am sad s, hehe :D
     
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    Hahahaha...... if we say Hafiz can defeat Chen Long, it is an insult to the Chinese players? You do not seem to be on the same level of thinking as us... and oh my, look at those words... :eek::eek::eek:

    You are just passing off as a rude China fan. Please, don't embarass the Chinese team any longer, and seeing that you stay in Malaysia, even if you don't support your own team, you have no reason to embarass them.

    Study for your standard 4 exam, c'mon...
     
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  6. limsy

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    stop those reaction:mad:
    he just try to get reader attention and spoil the chinese fans image;):p:D
     
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    I guess he is mistaken as a Malaysian..........
    Based on his previous posts, I am pretty sure that he is a Chinese citizen that is working/studying in Malaysia.
    and his profile says he is aged 34 although I doubt so...
    Frankly, I have repeatedly seen extreme posts from the Chinese fans in many forums. I know it doesn't mean ALL Chinese are extremists (especially when they tend to despise people from the South East Asia) but at least it is a general kind of thing ( based on the proportions of threads )...
     
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    1 more day to rest for Malaysia... but not sure whether it is good or bad... they need to get used to the environment... just look at INA who struggle for form in the two group matches....
     
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    hmm
    since when they need to get used to the stadium?
    each and everyone of them played atleast 5 tournament in this stadium
    not to mention about training:)
     
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    You've got a point.. but a TC atmosphere might me a bit different.. But I won't say that Malaysia will be disadvantaged as the Malaysian fans seems very confident with their teams... hope they meet INA later on... :)
     
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    limsy, you really need more, err, tournament experience ..... :p Too bad you weren't around at Stadium Negara, the court conditions change on a daily basis because of the huge dome and the direction of air currents. In one match, I remember Misbun beating Prakash Padukone despite being 0-9 down.

    Court conditions vary in any tournament. Now that they have added air sterilizers and the like in the stadium, it would tend to be more windy. Even Taufik said we could go and fly a kite in there ..... :eek:
     
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    Well then maybe he should play a kite against LCW since TH only gets <10% chance against LCW (but never say never if it's TH). But KKK/TBH vs MK/HS will be a cracker of a match...
     
  13. limsy

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    hehe
    i changed the air condition system when mas player on court
    and when mas playre not on court
    another people on charge:p
     
  14. sebaz

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    Even if you can... Will it help? I doubt so... Anyway... When is MAL next TC match?
     
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    Tuesday... Against JPN
     
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    Wow... LCW vs Tago... PART 2??
     
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    Yup.. interesting match-ups
     
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    I think LCW HAVE TO win this match.... A lost will make his teammates lose their 'confidence' as LCW is now seen as the torch-bearer of this MAL team...
     
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    Malaysia vs Japan
    Lee Chong Wei vs Tago Kenichi : 60-40
    Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong vs Hirata Noriyasu-Hashimoto Hirokatsu : 70-30
    Wong Choong Hann vs Sasaki Sho : 50-50
    Mohd Fairuzizuan Mohd Tazari-Mohd Zakry Abdul Latif vs Hayakawa Kenichi-Kazuno Kenta 50-50
    Mohd Hafiz Hashim vs Sato Shoji 55-45

    Malaysia should get past this tie, albeit tricky. Japan is a tougher opponent than India, so expect some surprises!
     
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    2010 Thomas Cup: Lee Chong Wei has to win all his matches

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    Frankly speaking, LCW has to win all his matches to give MAS any chance to win this 2010 Thomas Cup.

    Yes, MAS TC teammates depend so much on LCW. It's so terrible to put so much pressure on him.
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