First up for Frost, better perks for coaches

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  • Monday, 16 Mar 2015

BAM technical director Morten Frost (left) having a word with singles coach Tey Seu Bock (centre) and BAM general manager Kenny Goh on Frost's first day at work two weeks ago. - Filepic

KUALA LUMPUR: Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM)’s technical director Morten Frost is raring to defrost the icy chasm Malaysian badminton has fallen into.

The icing on the cake, for starters, is better perks for the most important ingredient in lifting the standard of the game in the country – the coaches.

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