Tan Kim Her might return to Msia??

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  1. pBmMalaysia

    pBmMalaysia Regular Member

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    whaoh that was long..well, i suppose that's why tkh comes in..:D
     
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    Well, in that case, we will gladly welcome Rexy Mainaky back into Pelatnas with open arms ;)

    The timing is just right....we have a growing group of young and talented BD pairs (at least proven in the Domestic Circuits) striving to make their marks. With appropriate coaching and exposure, these BD pairs will hopefully be INA's top MD pairs in the near future.
     
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    that may not happen. even though currently bam is making noise for the coaches to deliver during coming tc10 or else..., here, it is obvious not only mas coaches got the warning..

    how can bam so be sure mas will fail in tc10 and knowingly in advance, got tkh in temporary and then fire rexy? would that be financially risky? what if mas won and bam has to foot those hugh salaries of rexy, tkh to name a few...

    of course there is other option if, mas won tc10 it will be easier to look for extra sponsor....we can only speculate at this point in time, maybe rexy will give us a clue in the coming weeks...:D
     
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    I still remember this thread..

    ..from nearly 5 yrs ago..Boy, it seemed like it was y'day, wasn't it??..

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=23516

    Check out the first few posts in that thread, all the excitement and hope....and here we are, nearly 5 yrs later; how things have changed or not really changed??..:p
     
  5. pBmMalaysia

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    ya rite, just like yesterday but if we put those threads together we can see tomorrow...:cool:
     
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    Every country's quest for badminton supremacy is like an Arms Race. Even the once mighty dinosaurs were engaged in an arms race until balance was achieved. Like what Sun Tzu wrote in his "Art of War" : when in peace, prepare for war. When at war, prepare for peace. After the initial excitment of Rexy's early success, opponents went back to the drawing boards and drew up counter weapons that were more powerful-shades of the arms race-but Malaysia stood still instead of preparing for the possibility of defeat and coming with plans to be much better than before. Time doesn't wait for anyone.
     
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    Yes, I understand your point, you have a right to your view. If you read earlier posts, you would know I also think it's good TKH come back :D
    The silverware stuff is not the only thing when politics are being played ya.
    BAM normally dont do things like 'coach paid for doing nothin or paid off to leave early'.

    Rexy also oversee WD dept which won 2009 SEA Women's Team gold after 34 yrs - as you know, Rexy chose to field the WKW/NHL stratch pair who clinched the winning pt. WPT/CEH won 1 SS title per yr after with Rexy since 2008. Rexy job not only covers MD, but WD & XD

    TC 2010 : 2nd & 3rd MS will probably will be without WCH this time, the back up cannot even keep up with this uncle's standard. 2008 Msia had CTF/LWW along with KKK/TBH, Fuzzy. All had years of experience playing in numerous SS, team events, except TBH. Even TBH then had played once in 2006 TC.
    THis time, Fuzzy is out of sorts, CPS/LKW, Mak/TWK lack exposure playing SS, team events if compared to the pairs for 2008. Now they play more in GP Gold & below.

    Rexy is most successful foreign coach Msia have had, with all the politics & constant questioning (even after the players won titles) that needs weaving thru. :p

    I certainly would not think Rexy has been sitting on his laurels or under delivered after the 2007 AE but as something that other coaches were also not sucessful to do for so many years. If under Rexy doubles can win AE, AG, WC, OG gold, then I'll think Rexy must be super duper terror with some secret formula.
    Of course, you may think otherwise, it's ok , no need to further debate on it :D:D
     
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  9. limsy

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    hmm
    i dont know much about badminton before 2004 in malaysia
    but as i know
    the title koo/tan win in 3 years is more than ctf/lww in 13 years
    after rexy come
    malaysia won 4 bronze in wc,md(3) and xd(1)
    1 ae after 25 years
    1 ag gold(after 36 years) and a xd bronze
    1 sea games women team gold(after 34 years)
    9 md ss title and 2 wd ss title
    + 6 gp gold title
    5 from koo/tan(3 macau open,1 mas gp gold and 1 philipines open)
    1 from cps/lkw
    not to forget 3 ssmf title
    anyway,if this kind of result is consider not ok
    then i dont know who else can produce a better result for mas doubles department than rexy:rolleyes:
     
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  10. george@chongwei

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    Changes in duties for the national doubles coaches

    By RAJES PAUL

    KUALA LUMPUR: Coach Tan Kim Her has now been entrusted with the job to groom the country’s top back-up pair of Mak Hee Chun-Tan Wee Kiong after another round of changes in the national men’s doubles department.
    In fact, all the coaches will have equally important roles to play in strengthening the men’s, women’s and mixed doubles players.
    Chief coach Rexy Mainaky will resume training the elite men’s players after playing the overseer role for some time and he will be assisted by Jeremy Gan.
    Three others coaches – Rosman Razak, Pang Cheh Chang and Chang Kim Wai – have been given a minimum of two pairs to work with.
    Kim Her, who is back in the national set-up after stints in South Korea and England, is happy with the current arrangement.
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    The changes were decided in a meeting among the coaches last week and the new arrangements will be in place until the Thomas-Uber Cup Finals, which will be held at the Putra Stadium in Bukit Jalil from May 9-16.
    “I had a discussion with Rexy and Rosman. I felt that there was a need to change and I’m happy with the changes,” said Kim Her.
    “It is important for the coaches to work together. All the coaches have prominent roles to play in grooming the best players for the country.”
    The other pairs under the charge of Kim Her are Mohd Lutfi Zaim Abdul Khalid-Goh Jian Hao, Vountus Indra Mawan-Mohd Razif Abdul Latif and Chooi Kah Ming- Ow Yao Han.
    Kah Ming is a world junior champion with Yao Han last year. Yao Han will join Kim Her after the World Juniors in Mexico from April 16-25.
    Kim Her’s immediate task is to get Hee Chun-Wee Kiong ready for the Asian Badminton Championships (ABC), which will be held in New Delhi from April 12-18.
    “This pair is in the running to get into the Thomas Cup squad. They will get the chance to prove their worth in the ABC. Hopefully, they will give a strong showing,” said Kim Her.
    Hee Chun-Wee Kiong will take on Indonesians Bona Septano-Rian Sukmawan in the opening round.
    The other Malaysian pairs for the ABC are Soon Hock-Thien How and Wei Shem-Kok Siang.


    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.asp?file=/2010/4/6/sports/5996582&sec=sports
     
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    ..it's good to see Rexy and Tan Kim Her are working together (or at least doing their best to work together). I hope their effort is really a genuine cooperation from both parties..:cool:
     
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    Tan Kim Her will take Mak Hee Chun/Tan Wee Kiong and Chooi Kah Ming/Ow Yao Han? Interesting :D
     
  13. limsy

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    Specialised extra training pays off for Kim Her’s charges

    “But they didn’t really kick up a fuss in training. They continued to give their best in the early training session and they are now beginning to taste the fruits of their efforts.
    “They have the potential and there is still much room for improvement. It will take a little more time for them to become stable pairs on the international stage. I am confident that this group will continue to show great commitment in training.”
    Kim Her added that Wei Shem-Kok Siang, who had been living in the shadows of Hee Chun-Wee Kiong, stepped up in the Kedah Open due to a specialised training programme tailor-made to cut down on their weaknesses.
    “Kok Siang is talented but lacked power. Wei Shem is one of the most complete players that I have seen but he needs to be consistent,” he said.
    “I focused more on physical training for Kok Siang while it is about agility and court training for Wei Shem.
    “Kok Siang and Wei Shem have done well to beat all the top players and now, they must ride on this momentum. Great things will be in store for them as far as their future is concerned if they continue to put badminton as priority in their lives.”
    http://thestar.com.my/sports/story.asp?file=/2010/7/25/sports/6731634&sec=sports
     
  14. Dato A

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    Mr. Tan, where is your statement on the poor performance of KKK/TBH in MO2012 recently?
     
  15. SibugiChai

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    i guess it will be better if Tan Kim Her partner Tan Boon Heong
     

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