Goh Jin Wei Files An Appeal With BAM To Lift The 2-Year Ban On Her

Her application will go through the necessary process, according to Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) secretary-general Kenny Goh.

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Former national shuttler Goh Jin Wei is now appealing the two-year ban slapped on her by the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM)

The two-time world junior champion has submitted a letter of appeal to BAM over the latter's decision to not register the 21-year-old for any international tournaments for two years after she quit the national body.

"I sent my appeal letter this morning. I'm ready to sit down and discuss this matter further (with BAM) and I hope to get this decision revoked," The Star quoted Goh as saying today, 26 January.

BAM secretary-general Kenny Goh has confirmed receiving the letter

The Vibes reported that the association received her appeal letter last night, 25 January.

"We will go through the necessary process," Kenny was quoted as saying in the report.

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The development in Goh's case comes after an agreement between Lee Zii Jia and BAM president Tan Sri Mohamad Norza Zakaria

Like Goh, Lee was also slapped with a two-year ban from international tournaments.

However, following public outcry, Lee said that Norza and he had a private meeting on Monday, following which the BAM president gave his "blessings" to Lee become a professional player.

The terms and conditions, if any, for the lifting of the ban on Lee has not been released.

After being banned, Goh had asked BAM how is she going to survive:

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