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Fadli is probably the most successful organiser we have and he is not tied to the apron strings of MCF. That means he is able to generate sponsors from his own hard work and creativity. That means he has to rely solely on his reputation of being a responsible organiser to succeed. This is something we need to value and not try to destroy.
So it is the culture of MCF that needs to change and not Fadli. Are the concerns of independent organisers and Chess Academies not legitimate? If we are able to bring value to the parents and players by training the juniors we are sabotaged, if we bring up strong players you try to ban them, if we do successful tournaments you sabotage. This is wrong. This is not reasonable.
If your crony organisers cannot survive without being spoon fed then they need to learn how to conduct their business better. If your crony trainers cannot bring up strong players then they need to learn how to train better. You cannot circumvent progress by withdrawing selection so that only their weak players can get in. You cannot sabotage good and successful organisers with official power so that your weak ones can survive.
You cannot do that and then try to say that you are doing it for the good of Malaysian chess.
And you also cannot stop people from forming their own opinions based on your own actions. If you are plundering MCF or perceived to be plundering MCF in the Melaka event then how can you bludgeon people into not talking about it? If you are perceived to be fixing matches then how can you stop people from talking about it? You should come clean and show the accounts, you should do an audit to clear the air.
Improve and not tear down people who are doing their best for Malaysian chess. Or else leave chess and let others do the job.