MCA Youth slams BAM for killing careers of shuttlers Zii Jia, Jin Wei | The Malaysian Insight

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Vice-chairman says decision deprives both athletes of a future.

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MCA Youth slams BAM for killing careers of shuttlers Lee and Goh

Vice-chairman says decision deprives both athletes of a future.

Copy URLTHE Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) has killed the careers of national shuttlers Lee Zii Jia and Goh Jin Wei with its move to ban them from any international tournament for two years, said MCA Youth.MCA Youth vice-chairman Chua Hock Kuan said the decision is “excessive” and “inappropriate” as it deprives both athletes, who are in their prime, of further development and a future.

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× Copy URL THE Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) has killed the careers of national shuttlers Lee Zii Jia and Goh Jin Wei with its move to ban them from any international tournament for two years, said MCA Youth.The Youth and Sports Minister said that he will personally meet with both BAM and the country's No.Telegram channel for the latest updates.Telegram channel for the latest updates.

MCA Youth vice-chairman Chua Hock Kuan said the decision is “excessive” and “inappropriate” as it deprives both athletes, who are in their prime, of further development and a future. Effective July 2018, access to full reports will only be available with a subscription. "As the middleman, I will meet with both parties to seek an amicable solution," said Ahmad Faizal after flagging off the Queen's Baton Relay held prior to the beginning of the Commonwealth Games at Kampung Manjoi here on Saturday (Jan 22). Sign-up now and enjoy one (1) week free access! . “Surely, there can be a settlement if the interests of the country are prioritised.