Chen’s comeback bad for China, says coach Yongbo

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  1. DinkAlot

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    My sentiments egg-zachary!

    LYB and "China", cry me a river. LYB is just saying it's "bad" for China because he's afraid CH will beat "his" team.

    What a joke...

    Lipserver....

    Pot calling the kettle black...

    ...and all that jazz.

    LYB should just keep his mouth shut. :rolleyes:
     
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    Respect? Respect is earned. Based on his actions and what he's said, negative Ghost Rider.
     
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    Well, being a native speaker of mandarin for >30 years, I find the figurative use of "da3duan4ta1de tui3" very unnatural. Yes you can try to interpret it as "try to make LCW run as much as possible", but I just find it unnatural, I have never heard anyone using it in the above sense. The only way "da3duan4" being used figuratively I can think of is "da3duan4" some process, say somebody's talking. So either I do not have enough experience with Mandarin or LYB has just added a new usage to "da3duan4".

    As to "break" in English, I think there are many examples of it being used figuratively in sports talking.

    I hope I have made myself clear. "Da3duan4" can be interpreted in your way, but to me it just sounds very unnatural. For example, if I say, "wang3si3li3da3", that sounds worse than "da3duan4", but unless my protege is really beating some ppl up, it is natural to understand it in a figurative way.


     
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    Please do some reality check. Did LYB really said "break LCW's Legs"?

    I read several news and reports that LYB denied he said that at any time. LYB even got surprised, and asked back, it he had said that, he would be a gangster instead of a national head coach. LYB claimed that the only thing he said was "He(LCW) learnt nothing but garbage (from Li Mao)"

    I have said before, LYB has nothing against LCW, the guy he hates is Li Mao. LYB even said that LCW was very talented, but happened to have a bad coach.

    So I truly believe that LYB tried all his best to beat LCW for sure, but not for LD, BCL, CJ, CY, CH, not for China team or China country, but for himself. He hates Li Mao so much that he just try so hard to destroy Li Mao's career. That's it. There is nothing between LCW and LYB.
     
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    ABC is only a pre-show. It would be a real slap if he beats someone from Team China on the next encounter. Cough Cough LD.
     
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    i think beating bcl or chen jin is enough to prove the point. I alway see CH is better than BCL. That is why CH is so hurt by the china team.
     
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    i totaly agree. seems like there's helluva lot of chinese bashing and you wonder why? why would it honestly be disrespectful to spectators who want a good match, regardless of nationality? wasn't the final of the 06 World Champ MS not exciting, not a three set, hard fought battle? i think rather than hate China, think about every sweatdrop the chinese shed to reach that stage, don't forget Li Yongbo also did a helluva lot of work to become the great doubles player he was.
     
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    BCL and CJ won't see CH as much of a threat, cause CH is aging fast and especially CJ, will be able to thrash him once he's matured. i doubt CH will really threaten team China.
     
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    CH had beaten bcl in china open twice in a row. BCL record against CH is very poor.
     
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    Cooler, are you criticizing BCL??? Sickgal is going after you now...hahaha!:p
     
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    Personally LYB feared that Chen Hong win something independently. He just want all the Chinese players who wins will be associated with him. However LYB still have many players to use and dispose.. why need to worry. I'm sure Chen Hong and some other players have secrets to reveal which they didnt.
     
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    yes i am, for a long while before too :p

    Nah, she seem to be hibernating now.
     
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    well, CH can't last for ever against BCL, sooner all later CH's age will catch up to him, if not BCL, the CJ for sure. what i'm trying to say is CH won't threaten China.
     
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    What? There's another fellow urisade on this Forum? :eek: She must be a true bear, bear (hibernating) while I'm just an NPG. :p

    Back to LYB, yes, like Ants said, LYB is definitely concerned CH can potentially take glory away from him and "his" team. It's not his team, it's China's team.
     
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    if LYb doesn't worry, why can't he let CH play in Indonesia Super league
     
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    Support Chen Hong~~~
    Now he's out of the national team, i like him more than before ....... wahahahahahahahhahahaha
     
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    taufik eat bcl for breakfast.
     
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    BCL has bet Taufik on many occasions, the one i can think of straight away is the 2004 China Open, he smoked Taufik thank you. there are others but can't remember off the top of my head.
     
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    u dont remember becos there weren't many lol

    asian games 2006

    Taufik Hidayat beat Bao Chunlai in 40mins
     
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    my point is, BCL is not as useless against taufik as it seems. if my memory is correct, he also bet him in 2004 Thomas Cup
     

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