Team List for the SCG Thomas Cup Preliminaries Round 2010

Discussion in 'Thomas / Uber Cup 2010 Preliminaries' started by badMania, Feb 2, 2010.

  1. yan_brot

    yan_brot Regular Member

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    how's the system of the game ??
    how many groups will it be divided into ??
    do THAI's top players 100% withdrawn ?? coz i still see Bonsak and other top players in the list...
     
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    Thailand's Top players will not be playing in the Thomas Cup. They will be represented by a young team.
     
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    The conclusion of Thai Professional Conflict

    Today conclusion about Thai badminton professional that resign from BAT is
    They will play only Sea Games and Asian Games but not under BAT
     
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    Thanks for the tidbit..

    ..sorry to hear THA's top players won't compete. Really too bad; chances are they won't make it to the Final Rd. in M'sia.
    But hope they'll make up their absences somehow, someway, in those 2 future tourneys.
     
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    Sounds like the senior Thai players gambled and lost. BAT did not flinch.
     
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    btw guys..those top THA players who quit already on the list and registered by BAT..
    if we take a look at the regulation "Each competing Member Associations shall nominate not fewer than four (4) players and not more than ten (10) players. Only nominated players shall be permitted to play as selected players or substitutes"
    so how can BAT change those withdrawn players with other youngsters ??
    this is the source http://www.badmintonasia.org/event_details.aspx?eventID=212
     
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    so which one is foolish ?? BAT or THOSE RESIGNED PLAYERS ??
     
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    ^^BAT takes the advantage..^^

    ..as most likely both of their T&UC squads won't qualify thus they won't have to spend additional $$$ to send its shuttlers to M'sia. Of course, on the flip side, this incident has marred their reputation.
     
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    THA TC 1 PONSANA BOONSAK
    2 SAENSOMBOONSUK TANONGSAK
    3 VILAILAK PAKKAWAT
    4 AVIHINGSANON SUPPANYU
    5 PRAPAKAMOL SUDKET
    6 ANUGRITAYAWON SONGPHON
    7 NARKTHONG NUTTAPHON
    8 CHALARDCHALAEM PATIPHAT
    9 JONGJIT MANEEPONG
    10 ISARA BODIN

    UB
    1 PONSANA SALAKJIT
    2 BURANAPRASERTSUK PORNTIP
    3 TAERATTANACHAI SAPSIREE
    4 INTANON RATCHANOK
    5 JINDAPOL NITCHAON
    6 VORAVICHITCHAIKUL KUNCHALA
    7 AROONKESORN DUANGANONG
    8 AMITRAPAI SAVITREE
    9 MUNKIT VACHARAPORN
    10 THOUNGTHONGKAM SARALEE

    guys, which are those players withdrawn ? -most of them-
    those are the registered players for TCUC prelims..so..refer to the regulation (my post above) how can BAT change the players ?
     
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    Thomas Cup
    Group A - Indonesia, Vietnam, Singapore
    Group B - Taipei, Hongkong, Philippines
    Group C - India, Thailand, Srilanka, Cambodia
    Group D - Japan, Korea, Laos

    Uber Cup
    Group X - Korea, Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, Srilanka
    Group Y - Japan, Hongkong, Taipei, India, Philippines
     
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    :eek:
    where is indonesia in uber cup?:eek:
     
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    :confused::confused::confused:
    group X
     
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    sorry
    my mistake hehe
     
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    TC: group D: japan, korea, laos >>> hell
    what if korea as the top of the group ?? japan may not qualify cos there will be 3 countries (must be 3 of the top of the groups) and 1 lucky loser must be one of the top of the group...

    UC: group Y is tougher than X
    top 2 countries each group will go to semifinal.
    quite obvious from group X will be Korea and Indonesia...(not to mention thailand coz their top women already withdrawn)
    nahhh..group Y i dont have any idea, it could be japan+hongkong or japan+taipe or hongkong+taipe...hihihiii
     
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    i dont know about the method of asia preliminaries
    if
    Thomas Cup - just one team from each group it must be : INA, TPE, IND (if No Boonsak and or Tanongsak) and KOR(points from PSH and 2 MD)

    Uber Cup - just two team from each group
    X - KOR, INA(if no Salakjit)
    Y - JPN, HKG/TPE
     
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    finally it ended with win win


    from the news i follow up, it now end the president of TBA agreed with coachs and players proposal.

    1. TBA postpone the "team contract" with YNX brand.
    2. Players are still with their personal brand sponsor.
    3. Players practice/ training on their own place and venue.
    4. TBA to allow player to be in selection for national team event e.g. TH, UB, Asiangame, OLY, etc.
    5. Open event, Superseries to be endorsed by TBA for participate by the players with their own sponsoer/ personal expenses.

    I believe the top players be in this upcoming TH, UB cup venue.
     
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    Ups....
    THA top players join this prelilminaries..

    thomas
    Group winner : INA, TPE, THA (IND may suprise), KOR

    uber
    X - KOR, INA (THA may suprise, INA MUST secure 2 WD,50:50 for all WS)
    Y - JPN, HKG (TPE may suprise, but HKG will secure 3 WS)
     
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    Now that the top Thai players are back, Group X in UC looks really tough. The first spot must go to KOR. Then I think it's THA > INA > SIN. The home crowd might be able to push THA past INA. Salakjit v Maria will be the key match
     
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    BAT chief accepts players' demands

    • Published: 11/02/2010 at 12:00 AM
    The Badminton Association of Thailand (BAT) has agreed to heed demands by the protesting national players and coaches.
    [​IMG] Boonsak Ponsana, right, and Sompol Kukasemkit tell the Senate committee on sports about their conflict with the badminton chiefs on Monday. THITI WANNAMONTHA


    But the conflict seems far from over as a representative of the players and coaches claimed the BAT's move was "insincere."
    Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) governor Kanokphand Chulakasem yesterday held a talk with BAT president Charoen Wattanasin to find a way to solve the problem.
    Charouck Arirachakaran, secretary-general of the National Olympic Committee of Thailand (NOCT), was present as a witness.
    The closed-door meeting was called after 12 players, led by Boonsak Ponsana, and four coaches, led by Sompol Kukasemkit and Udom Luangphetcharaporn, announced last week that they were quitting the national team to protest the BAT's mismanagement.
    They said they could not accept the BAT's attempt to sign a "team contract" with a sporting goods manufacturer and demanded certain BAT executives including Charoen resign.
    After yesterday's meeting, Kanokphand announced that the problem was over as Charoen accepted some of the players and coaches' conditions.
    Charoen agreed that the players can train at any venue other than BAT's courts, that they are still eligible to represent the country, that the BAT will endorse them to play in tournaments and that the controversial team contract is put on hold.
    Charoen said he had done his best to end the conflict. "It's about different views. I have tried to stay as calm as I can," he said.
    He said he welcomed the players and coaches to return to the national side for the Thomas Cup and Uber Cup preliminary rounds in Nakhon Ratchasima next week.
    But Udom said Charoen's move would not eradicate the root of the problem.
    "It is not yet over. They just want the leading players to play in the Thomas Cup and Uber Cup. They ignored the cause of the problem," said Udom, who coaches Boonsak.
    He said all the players were not fit physically and mentally for the tournament.
    "We have not trained since Jan 24 and Boonsak is nursing an injury," he said. "We will look into the details and make a decision about our next move."



    Boonsak is suffering from a swollen ankle now after spraining his ankle during a football match last week. Doubt he will start training anytime soon. From what I was being told, the players will most likely not participate for TC and UC.
     
    #60 justme_manda, Feb 11, 2010
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