An inspiring Inspira

I have to apologise to Astro Awani's sports editor Fadzrie Hazis for not being able to appear on Awani Ekstra tonight as I am out of town.

The topic is supposedly on badminton.

The only thing that comes to my mind is the continued fixtation over former international Misbun Sidek.

Honestly, I still don't understand why everyone is still harping over the same matter over and over and over and over again. A close aide to Sports Minister Ahmad Shabery Cheek was overheard saying, "takde modal ke? soalan lain takde ke?"

Misbun has made a decision to return. The BA of Malaysia have set the terms. Misbun has until Thursday to decide. If Misbun comes back, well and good. If he doesn't, thank you and life goes on.

I say, give Misbun a break.

And world No 1 Lee Chong Wei, after recieving an Inspira 2.0 from Proton, said;

“BAM is like a big family and it doesn’t matter who coaches who. There are times when I take advice from Hendrawan or Rashid Sidek as they are both experienced coaches."

Read here for more.

HD says: Proton may claim the Inspira "handles better" than the Mitsubishi Lancer, but it is still a far cry compared to Chong Wei's Nissan Skyline GTR. The Inspira 1.8 (manual) is not bad, nevertheless.

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  1. HARESH

    BETUL KATA AWAK TU, RASANYA BAM DAH AMBIL KEPUTUSAN YANG BETUL, TUGAS MISBUN TU KENA CARI BINTANG DAN BAKAT BARU LAH BGI MENGGANTIKAN C WEI, C WEI MKIN NAK DEKAT DGN PENGHUJUNG KARIER KOT.TAK KAN NK MENHGRAPKAN KUDRATNYA SAJA.

    PEMINAT SUKAN

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