Frost and I had our fair share of exchanges when he was the chief coach...the former world champ is not one to mince his words...and I like that in a person. Frost and I agreed to disagree on a lot of things. Read Nadzmi v Ganga
Thomas Cup Jakarta in 1994 saw the emergence of Yap Kim Hock as a doubles specialist and signalled Razif Sidek's exit from the world scene. Razif became chief coach in 1995 and Kim Hock followed suit much later.
But it is learnt academician Sheikh Kamaruddin Sheikh Ahmad, a former chairman of the Coaching Board NSC and coaching chairman of Malaysian Amateur Athletics Union (MAAU), is the favourite for the job. The only problem is Sheikh Kamaruddin, brother of Rajemah, former hurdler and team manager of the athletics squad in the 2011 SEA Games, is not in the good books of many people, including powerful decision makers in the sports fraternity! So where does this leave BAM? They could well end up with someone other than the four candidates!