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Sauron
February 10, 2006, 11:23 AM
This is what they say about Tushar"


Reserve middle-order batsman: Tushar Imran (Bangladesh) Age: 22, Test Average: 6.87

This Bangladeshi middle-order hitter showed great promise on Bangladesh's 'A' team tour to England in 2005.

He faced some strong county attacks and in his 12 innings he scored a fantastic 612 runs at an impressive average of 55.81.

Tushar has found the step up to both Test and One-Day level a huge leap. He is, of course, not the only Bangladesh player to find this.

He does need time at this standard to really make him himself believe he belongs there - the potential is quite clear.

A tightening up of his defence and more appropriate shot selection, combined with his already thrilling array of attacking strokes, would see him a much more difficult batsman to remove.

He has been selected for the Tigers squad for the upcoming series against Sri Lanka where he will be hoping to add to his four Test appearances.

His statistics are certainly nothing to write home about at this stage of his career and he will be determined to move that average up to respectability.
Paul Wood


Source: http://www.cricket365.com/features/soapbox/story_18833.shtml

And they selected Kapali / Rajin / Chacha over him. :mad:

I want to break something now.

Edited on, February 10, 2006, 5:39 PM GMT, by Ahmed_B.
Reason: Removed all-bold

sadi
February 10, 2006, 11:53 AM
Look at his test record

class mat inns no runs hs avg
Tests 4 8 0 55 28 6.87

pathetic to say the least. And guess what the selectors are selecting him for the test matches. Is there something seriously wrong with selectors??

He should be in the odi squad though, I agree.

Rubu
February 10, 2006, 01:16 PM
I think selectors has at least one thing right: kept Tushar Imran out of the squad. Here is what TI is, in simple and plain words: A team bully. He is a A Team material from top to bottom. Here is why(this is my opinion since I have not seen him too much playing, but everthing is pointing toward it): He lacks the ability to judge the ball, and plays everything. so, when he is facing non-quality oponents, he will always score lots of runs. However, when he plays for the national team, he will never score. that is EXACTLY what he has been doing for a long time. I hope I'm wrong though.

Talking about Rajin, he will do better than many of the talented player of the team because he is a fighter. even after being out of form, his stats looks much better than many others.

Sauron
February 10, 2006, 01:56 PM
As far as Test matches are concerned, I agree with you more or less. But this is the ODI team! Tushar is better suited to this than a lot of our current specialist batsmen.

I have watched all his innings during BD tour of ENG. He looked solid. His only problem seemed to be that he wanted to get going ASAP and that resulted into rash shots.

If not over Rajin or Kapali, Tushar deserves to be in the ODI team at least over chacha.

Rubu
February 10, 2006, 02:06 PM
It is true that in terms of current forms, TI stays way ahead of kapali. I also think we should give TI another chance against kenya/tri series. their bowling is not that great. so, even if my speculation is true, he might come handy.

LateCut
February 10, 2006, 02:06 PM
Originally posted by Sauron
Tushar deserves to be in the ODI team at least over chacha.

I totally agree. I thonk he is not quite ready for the longer version of the game.

Anayway, I wonder why chacha is not retiring. I have seen many BD players retire prematurely but some cling on even when their time has come and the selectors keep obliging them.

When this going to end?

sadi
February 10, 2006, 02:20 PM
Eventhough I like him, I don't think he is a test material yet. However, he is one of player we have in odi who can score pretty quickly and he should definately play against Kenya.

Fortuner
February 10, 2006, 03:49 PM
They Shouldn't select Tushar right now as he aint in gud form. We 've seen him in domestic matches and previously in lankan.
Al - Shariar Rokon shld've had 1 chance atleast for the ODI's.

Fortuner
February 10, 2006, 03:52 PM
Originally posted by sadi
Eventhough I like him, I don't think he is a test material yet. However, he is one of player we have in odi who can score pretty quickly and he should definately play against Kenya.

hey..u rigt...

He aint a test material yet. Jst gud for ODI's. Ny batsmean for the test match should 've a gud defensive technique and i can say for sure, Tushar doesnt have that. Seen him play enuf. Gud only for ODI's.

I think Al-Shahriar..shld b given the chance instead of him against Kenya..

gravitY
February 10, 2006, 05:16 PM
Originally posted by Sauron
If not over Rajin or Kapali, Tushar deserves to be in the ODI team at least over chacha.

well, that's true perhaps, but chachaa is going to retire this SL series... and we'd get a slot open... so i find no wrong in selecting chachaa for this series.

btw, he did pretty well this seasong.

Flipper
February 10, 2006, 06:28 PM
There is no doubt in my mind that Tushar will be a permanent middle order batsman in the National team in the future. We need to give him more chances (come on he only played 4 test matches), at least as much as Ash gets. He has to feel that his spot is secured in the team, and he will produce.

Playing against the county teams and making all those tons in the longer version of the game certainly say a lot about a player. It's preposterous to lebel him as a ODI player.

CricTiger
February 10, 2006, 06:35 PM
Tushar Imaran,
Hannan Sarkar,
Rokon

list is growing up for domestic league hero.Can they break the curse and make it to the National team permanently.:-/:-/

FaltuRidwanBhai
February 10, 2006, 08:21 PM
jaihok,
akhon kintu amader borarborer motoni kichu korar nai. amra kichui korte parbo na. karon amader kintu kono khomota nai. ja hobar ta hoye geche. akhon aktai amra jinish jeta asha korte pari sheta kintu hochhe jara dole chance peyeche tara jeno amader shobaike gorbito korte pare erokom akta khela uphoar dai. dhannabad.

thebest
February 10, 2006, 08:29 PM
I have one questions to selector and chacha fan.
Why you are so conscious to give Chacha a farewell game? Nannu, Akram, Bulbul never get the opportunity? Why him? I do not think Chacha contributed more than any of them. Is this something to do that he has more connection?

dxmanbd
February 11, 2006, 07:34 AM
Flipper is absolutely right. We should give chance to player for
consecutive 10/12 games in international level to show his
performance. After the stunning performance against county
sides in England Tushar should get that chance to boost his
confidence.

CricTiger
February 11, 2006, 08:55 AM
Originally posted by dxmanbd
Flipper is absolutely right. We should give chance to player for
consecutive 10/12 games in international level to show his
performance. After the stunning performance against county
sides in England Tushar should get that chance to boost his
confidence.

Why ..he has a BIG Jack and it's been decided long ..long time ago almost a year .So when he is selected we were not surprised.that was not a news for us.

akabir77
February 11, 2006, 12:43 PM
Originally posted by thebest
I have one questions to selector and chacha fan.
Why you are so conscious to give Chacha a farewell game? Nannu, Akram, Bulbul never get the opportunity? Why him? I do not think Chacha contributed more than any of them. Is this something to do that he has more connection?

SO u think the other didn't get it so chacha shouldn't too? By u r comment it looks like U know that they deserved a fairwell game and so does chacha and we have to brake the foul tradition some where why not with chacha then? and top of that he was superve form in bd leauges.. you guys r so for rokon after two three match but easly disgard chacha even though he played very well too....

Anyway i think we need to get away from poor bd mentality that i didn't get some thing so no one else diserves it....