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What about Malaysian solidarity?

Why did BA of Malaysia (BAM) president Nadzmi Salleh (pic) back out from the Badminton World Federation (BWF) presidency race - a role he was eager to take on in the first place?

Is it wise for Nadzmi to be part of the Badminton Asia Confederation (BAC) which seems to be in a mess with a legal suit and an injuction filed by the Lebanon Badminton Federation?

Shouldn't Nadzmi spend the same time an energy on BAM - to impart his knowledge as former Proton boss?

Nadzmi and his Indonesian counterpart Justian Suhandinata, who is also running for the BWF presidency, claim Nadzmi's decision to back out of BWF was done based on "Asian solidarity".

For the record, Nadzmi had earlier provided and explanation for his decision of taking up the BAC top post as published on BAM's website.

What about Malaysian solidarity?

Read more in today's Mailsport.

HD says: Note - No party encouraged or instructed the author to write the article and the article is merely questioning the need for Nadzmi to wear many hats when he - with the years of knowledge and experience running a big company - could further help BAM and enhance the relationship between all stakeholders involved in the sport in the country.


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  1. Poor guy...perhaps still in shock.

    He might not know what he is doing.

    He got only 2 nominations for BWF presidency and had difficulty finding an excuse to withdraw and now he got BAC position by surprise.

    And now decided not to contest after being persuaded by the other candidate. What a nice or perhaps a pre-arranged platform to withdraw.

    Perhaps BAM council encouraged him to take the BAC position politely and leave BAM graciously.

    Enough damage done in BAM already.

    I don't blame the guy.

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  2. He and his men should leave BAM ...
    look at BAM now ... the players .. pathetic!

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