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Why not Al Amin?

That is the question that begs for an answer.

The Badminton Asia Confederation held an Extra Ordinary Meeting and passed a vote of no confidence against its president Katsuto Momiiof Japan.

The Thailand BA proposed BA of Malaysia president Nadzmi Salleh as the acting president instead - and this was well received by the members.

Question: Since it is only 'acting president', why not give it to one of the many vice presidents? If they seek for a Malaysian representative, why not BAM vice president who is also BAC vice president Al Amin Majid?

Doesn't Nadzmi already have enough on his plate?

Read more in today's The Malay Mail.

HD says: It feels good to be back.


Comments

  1. Bro Haresh,

    Nothing but another shameless statement.

    He sounded innocent but everyboby who read the news in the news media will know that it is preplanned.

    Badminton fans in the country are waitng anxiously to see whether Nadzmi will accept the BAC acting president's post.

    I challenge Nadzmi not to withdraw from the BWF presidency contest to prove that the removal of Momii and his appointment as acting president is not a compromise.

    These BAM guys really think they can fool everybody all the time.

    Tolonglah Dato Sri, have some respect for the Malaysian badminton fans.

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