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Former coach Rosman set to return to Malaysia

Former coach Rosman set to return to Malaysia

Ex- trainer Rosman Razak is scheduled back to Malaysia after his time as the head coach for his country's Philippines Philippine national squad.Rosman has formally announced his resignation. He will return home by the end of the month.

The former world champion Rashid Sidek, who is a close friend of Rosman acknowledged the information and stated that Rosman was a Negri Sembilan-born coach has numerous options to play Malaysian badminton once more.Rosman is a very determined coach who has years of experience with BAM. Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) and is highly sought-after because of his knowledge.He has not spoken regarding his plans, however it is impossible to keep him from coaching , and he must begin soon. If he does return to Kuala Lumpur, he will be near to the family he has.

Rosman quit BAM because the team didn't renew the contract until the end of 2020.The men's doubles coach and mixed doubles international was an assistant coach in doubles for nearly two decades.As his last job as coach of women's doubles starting in 2018 Rosman assisted Vivian Hoo Chow Mei Kuan to win silver at this year's Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.He was also a part-time employee for the Sports Affairs club for a year in 2017. He also was a TV commentator for the Tokyo Olympics in the year before.

BAM had been in search of an experienced mixed doubles coach in the national scene however Rosman did not appear interested in competing for the position.There are strong speculations that Rosman could be in control of independent couples like Ong Yiw Sin-Teo Ee Yi , mixed doubles Tan Kian-Meng-Lai Pei Jing as well as Goh Soon Huat-Shevon Lai Jemie , among others.

This is due to the fact that their Coach Chin Eei Hui is also believed to be searching elsewhere for new opportunities and is believed to be the NZ's Doubles Coach.There is a good chance for Rosman returning to action as an instructor for the independent teams at the curtain-raiser in 2023 and that is, the Malaysian Open at the Axiata Arena starting on January 10 through.He said to best online slots malaysia.