Issue of image rights hits home

WHAT is the “win-win situation” for the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) when it has to pay professional shuttler Lee Zii Jia for “image rights”?

As rightly said by Rajes Paul in “The national shirt is about honour, but money talks too” (The Star, April 13), playing for the country is every athlete’s dream, what more donning the shirt that bears its name and flag.

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