Let the council decide


TAN Sri Mohd Al-Amin Abdul Majid wants to become the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) president after serving as the acting president for the last two years. The 62-year-old has been with the association since 1994. He was also the Malaysian chef-de-mission at the Rio Olympic Games. Al-Amin, who likes to take a diplomatic approach in the handling of issues and problems, speaks
to STARSPORT’s RAJES PAUL about his mission and vision for BAM should the council give him the mandate to lead for the new term – 2017-2021.

Q: Can you explain your decision to seek the BAM presidency? Are you qualified to run the BAM?

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