06-05-2013, 08:29 PM
Did JSF put an offical announcement explain that they chose takahashi because of money and attendance rate?
Or did JSF gave no one else but only you some specific indication that the reason is takahashi such a cash cow?
Or you have some super power to read JSF's mind?
Or you just have the theory already made up in your mind no matter what?
Now see who spread the rumor?
Even if your theory is ture,then yuzuru the current national champion who beat takahashi three out of four times last season got dumped by JSF for their favorism to takahashi.
That's quite the opposite of your previous theory about how they show clear favorism to hanyu over takahashi in national championship,isn't it?
So which is the truth about JSF?
Hope they give you some electric wave to help you clear the mess.
06-05-2013, 08:35 PM
06-05-2013, 08:43 PM
06-05-2013, 09:02 PM
It's suprising to see Yuzu is refered by such words in his own fan thread many times, I wonder how those weren't considered as personal attack to a skater.
Originally Posted by Elsa G
We all know who spreads the most rumors in this fan thread without providing any evidence, about skaters, coaches, federations.
Originally Posted by Kalina
And you are right, the discription of this fan thread is "please post positive", but we all know what has been going on in this "Yuzuru hanyu" fan thread.
Talking rationally can not always work in some case, especially to someone who keeps twisting people's meaning and picking on people's post word by word without look into the whole content.
Let's not fall into some trolling game like someone intented to start and focus on sharing news and infos of Yuzuru.
06-06-2013, 02:15 AM
06-06-2013, 04:07 AM
Archive Tripwire -
Originally Posted by sweet_Michelle
I think this is the source.
I suspect media showed some worries about him facing Chan twice, as it will be tougher for him to proceed to GPF.
But his answer was this.
Takeshi Honda described him as "Hanyu is a very positive person." I always think his brain has a fantastic skill to turn disadvantages into advantages. Even about the language barrier between him and Orser and CC staff, he said it helped him organize his thoughts. Remember his interview in "Number" last year? When he moved to CC, there was something like basic routines and he found out he was even inferior to junior skaters. He said he felt soooo happy because now he knew what he was lacking and where he should improve.
I admire this attitude of him. Maybe I should learn from him.
Last edited by Mathman; 06-06-2013 at 11:50 AM.
06-06-2013, 04:24 AM