MORTEN FROST AND MALAYSIAN BADMINTON IN FINAL CONTRACT TALKS
from a report filed by an Anonymous Player
January 16, 1997 (New Shuttlenws) - According to sources close to the
Malaysian contingent at the Japan Open badminton tournament now underway
in Tokyo, Morten Frost, the great Danish men's singles player and now
a top-rated badminton coach, and Persatuan Badminton Malaysia (Badminton
Association of Malaysia) have agreed on the broad terms of a contract
for Frost to be Malaysia's national badminton coach starting in the
middle of February.
The finer details of the contract are to be ironed out at face-to-face
discussions later this month when Morten Frost is scheduled to be in
The same sources point out that, barring a last-minute change-of-heart,
the contract would probably be signed during Frost's visit to Kuala
Frost was the guiding hand behind Denmark's succesful Olympic and
world men's team championships efforts in 1996 that resulted in an Olympic
men's singles gold medal for Poul-Erik Hoyer-Larsen and in a Thomas Cup
silver medal for the Danish men's badminton team.
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