Is BAM going in the right direction?

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  1. Cheung

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    Would the players get worse if he comes?
     
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    Epic failure for the Malaysian camp in the ongoing 2022 world tour finals (WTF)....same old same old
     
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    It's like a trend for Malaysian players these days. Once they won any major title their performance tend to slide down, very obvious is M'sia double's world champ, Asia Champ LZJ & French Open Ladies Champ it's as if they won these title purely based on luck alone.
     
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    So It is Nova Widianto who is recruited by Rexy.
     
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    Would have loved to see Tony Gunawan working on the players.
     
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    XD in MAS national team is none. The pairs are all independent players


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    There seems to be a trend in Msia badminton camp where every time any players won a major tournament they receive tons of praises, sponsorships & monetary rewards. They're then rested for a few tournaments & while resting they attended countless award ceremonies, etc. After all that, they've lost their momentum and begin the journey of forever sliding down, with the exception of LCW.
    Happens to both our olympic silver medalist, current doubles world champ & french open women's champ. Should BAM put a full stop on all this?
     
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    This is not a trend...it's the status quo
     
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    Yep. Always have been.
     
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    I hope Justin Hoh will be able to get into the top 100 rank in the next 6 months. Being 18/19/20/21 and being able to join more higher ranked tournaments would be a great way to become a world beater.
     
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    and then try to beat Kodai Naraoka first...
     
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    Heard today that ABM might be reducing its numbers by cutting out 13/14 year old intake and maybe more.
     
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    Maybe at grassroots level..let enterprises develop talents..
    Send to BAM after due process.. only the best get to be chosen..at 16 or something?
     
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    The ABM players weren’t very successful in the Junior Elite Tour losing to non ABM players.

    There could be a few reasons for that. Given that the junior program has been quite good before producing world junior champions, what has been the change?


    Have the outside academies got better? That’s a good thing.

    Has ABM not kept up with the times? New generation of youngsters have internet, social media and other distractions. Maybe a different style of taking care of players is needed?

    Is it the influence of the coaches? Jeremy Gan and Yap Kim Hock, I recall, were very successful.
     
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    Yes I think the key to our juniors success is those 2 coaches. Somehow replicate what they been doing ( is this too hard?) Or bring them back
     

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