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It's all about Misbun

I was on Astro Awani Ekstra last night (11.30pm) and just completed the recording for Astro Arena's Kafe Sukan which will be aired tonight (8pm).

Hardly 24 hours on both the Astro channels, I've been asked to touch on the subject of Misbun Sidek (pic) and the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM).

And on both occasions I've stressed that until and unless Misbun reveals the reason behind him quitting BAM, we should all give it a rest. Life goes on.

I've written about it here and here.

And on Kafe Sukan, I summed it up by saying;

"If everyone learnt how to keep their egos aside, the world will be a better place to live in."

HD says: It was a delight driving today.

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  1. haha bro haresh, with your hard-hitting comments. lol

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  2. Faliq, is that a good haha or a not so good haha? lol

    Cheers bro.

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  3. HARESH

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