Time to walk the talk BAM

What Chong Wei's injury did, however, was put into perspective just how overly dependent BAM and, for that matter, Malaysia have become on the World No 1.

Numerous warnings were issued that BAM, in depending totally on just one player, was in imminent danger but they went unheeded.

BAM president Datuk Seri Nadzmi Salleh yesterday said what fans have known for a long time now -- Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong's partnership is in its last legs but, sadly other than Chong Wei, the pair are Malaysian badminton's highest profile players.

These paragraphs were taken from NST's Sports Editor Vijesh Rai's article today.

The Media and fans have been talking about the same issues for far too long. Vijesh has, in the past written about this, and has once again summed about the feelings of the other stakeholders.
So where do we go from here? 
HD says: Time to walk the talk...


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