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arafath79
January 26, 2007, 09:30 PM
Tushar Imran is considered as a middle order ODI specialist batsman. He has got the experience of wicket keeping in loacal cricket leagues. According to his recent performance he should be playing in the main XI against Zimbabwe. Tushar Imran just played 36 ODI with the average of 15.62 runs which is not good but he didn't get enough opportunities to prove himself as a good batsman. I like the way he plays free strokes as a middle order batsman but still Mashud has got better batting average and wicket keeping skills than Tushar. I think Tushar is much better batsman than Mashud and Mushfique though. Alll he needs more opportunities to prove himself as a good player. If he fails as a weeket keeper come batsman in ODI then we have Mashud and Mushfiqur Rahim as a back up.

FaltuRidwanBhai
January 26, 2007, 09:41 PM
god...plz give us a break. plz....

arafath79
January 26, 2007, 09:44 PM
god...plz give us a break. plz....


No no no...there is no break yet. Tushar is still on a track. He has lot to prove...........

kalpurush
January 26, 2007, 09:49 PM
Wasn't he selected as a middle order batter in the Zim bound squad?!:confused:

FaltuRidwanBhai
January 26, 2007, 10:05 PM
No no no...there is no break yet. Tushar is still on a track. He has lot to prove...........

he has too many skills. its unbelievable. he can bat, bowl, do wicket keeping and apparently he can also field!!!! wow...isnt he wonderful...but the thing is he has skills but unfortunately he doesnt know how to apply those skills!!!!

HereWeGo
January 26, 2007, 10:22 PM
he has too many skills. its unbelievable. he can bat, bowl, do wicket keeping and apparently he can also field!!!! wow...isnt he wonderful...but the thing is he has skills but unfortunately he doesnt know how to apply those skills!!!!

I don blame him.... he gets dropped every third match. first we should be fair with him and give him enough chances... not 2 or 3 chances here and there. He is a multiskilled player and i support the idea of him keeping as long as he can take regulation catches and stumpings.

layperson
January 26, 2007, 10:26 PM
A definite NO. I dont like to have makeshift wicket keepers in the national team. It is a specialist position and should be treated as such. We need to replace KM though since he is a terrible batsman but with another Wk not a makeshift. BCB needs to bring in a coach to give some training and tips to the existing keepers in the domestic league. We badly need competition for this position. Why dont the people realize that being a good keeper is the easiest way into the BD team now. That should motivate younger players to try out wicket keeping.

FaltuRidwanBhai
January 26, 2007, 10:33 PM
A definite NO. I dont like to have makeshift wicket keepers in the national team. It is a specialist position and should be treated as such. We need to replace KM though since he is a terrible batsman but with another Wk not a makeshift. BCB needs to bring in a coach to give some training and tips to the existing keepers in the domestic league. We badly need competition for this position. Why dont the people realize that being a good keeper is the easiest way into the BD team now. That should motivate younger players to try out wicket keeping.

i like your comment. atleast someone realized that the job of wicket keeping is not a joke. its a really serious position. and should not be neglected at all.

arafath79
January 26, 2007, 10:44 PM
I don blame him.... he gets dropped every third match. first we should be fair with him and give him enough chances... not 2 or 3 chances here and there. He is a multiskilled player and i support the idea of him keeping as long as he can take regulation catches and stumpings.

Yes , i agree with you brother. :)

TheWatcher
January 26, 2007, 11:44 PM
Tushar probably can be called a batsman-stopper, not a batsman-keeper. I am actually surprised to know that Tushar was used as a keeper. If I remember properly, he dropped few very easy catches last year.

I remember Rajin was also used as a keeper in a practice match in Sri Lanka. I don't know how did he do, but he was never used again.

HereWeGo
January 26, 2007, 11:44 PM
i like your comment. atleast someone realized that the job of wicket keeping is not a joke. its a really serious position. and should not be neglected at all.

India was successful with a makeshift keeper in Dravid. How do u explain that? The fact is that in ODI's seven batsmen in our ODI team will make it much more balanced. And i am sick and tired of watching Masud bat. HE SUCKS.

HereWeGo
January 26, 2007, 11:46 PM
Tushar probably can be called a batsman-stopper, not a batsman-keeper. I am actually surprised to know that Tushar was used as a keeper. If I remember properly, he dropped few very easy catches last year.

I remember Rajin was also used as a keeper in a practice match in Sri Lanka. I don't know how did he do, but he was never used again.

As i said, provided he can take regulation catches and do easy stumpings. I don know that actually. And to emphasize on the point u made, i think it is easier to take catches with gloves than bare hands.

cricketboy
January 27, 2007, 12:49 AM
As i said, provided he can take regulation catches and do easy stumpings. I don know that actually. And to emphasize on the point u made, i think it is easier to take catches with gloves than bare hands.

Thats the problem, a makeshift wicketkeeper will always drop regulation catches and miss easy stumpings and I think its harder for a wicketkeeper to catch specially with spinners than a normal fielder.

Sam
January 27, 2007, 01:17 AM
I feel it strange that a thread and a lot of posts have been posted based on an asumption only. Neither Faruq, nor BCB have told that Tushar Imran will be going as a makeshift wicketkeeper cum batsman. I don't know, what is the source of such an information.
Faruq clearly told during announcement of the final team "There is no doubt that he (Khaled Masud) is the number one wicketkeeper. That's why it's unfortunate that he will be missed. Mushfiqur Rahim has already played a few matches and we hope he can show his ability," said Faruque (http://thedailystar.net/2007/01/26/d70126040131.htm).
About Tushar Imran he told (http://thedailystar.net/2007/01/26/d70126040131.htm), "Tushar failed to capitalises the opportunities he had been given but we also have some responsibilities not to give him the chance to settle properly. We thought he is the best choice as a back-up player in the middle-order not only for his experience but also due to impressive performance in domestic cricket."
If we look into the official Media Release (http://www.tigercricket.com/MediaDetail.aspx?MediaID=413)by BCB published on January 25, 2007; it is clearly mentioned that Mushfiqur Rahim is the Wk and Tushar's name at number 6.

I believe now there is no confusion anymore.

ialbd
January 27, 2007, 02:11 AM
oh no eto talent rakhi koi....

BangladeshFan
January 27, 2007, 08:19 AM
special wicket keeper concept is gone in the past. most teams look for batsman wk now a days. remember india even tried dravid as wk and quite a few tournaments with that and nearly won the WC.

bd doesnt have a really quick bowlers not awkward spinners like kumble either. a makeshift wk can do the job and if he bats well it will be a bonus.

kalpurush
January 27, 2007, 11:41 AM
I feel it strange that a thread and a lot of posts have been posted based on an asumption only. Neither Faruq, nor BCB have told that Tushar Imran will be going as a makeshift wicketkeeper cum batsman. I don't know, what is the source of such an information.
Faruq clearly told during announcement of the final team "There is no doubt that he (Khaled Masud) is the number one wicketkeeper. That's why it's unfortunate that he will be missed. Mushfiqur Rahim has already played a few matches and we hope he can show his ability," said Faruque (http://thedailystar.net/2007/01/26/d70126040131.htm).
About Tushar Imran he told (http://thedailystar.net/2007/01/26/d70126040131.htm), "Tushar failed to capitalises the opportunities he had been given but we also have some responsibilities not to give him the chance to settle properly. We thought he is the best choice as a back-up player in the middle-order not only for his experience but also due to impressive performance in domestic cricket."
If we look into the official Media Release (http://www.tigercricket.com/MediaDetail.aspx?MediaID=413)by BCB published on January 25, 2007; it is clearly mentioned that Mushfiqur Rahim is the Wk and Tushar's name at number 6.

I believe now there is no confusion anymore.

Sam bhai: Good to see you again! How was your holydays? :-D

FaltuRidwanBhai
January 27, 2007, 11:53 AM
thank you sam for clearing some confusion here. when BCB or faruque does not think of using Tushar as a wicket keeper, I am quite amazed or amused to see some members here considering Tushar as a keeper!!!! and they are quite serious about it too!!!!

FaltuRidwanBhai
January 27, 2007, 11:57 AM
trust me people wicket keeper job is not an easy job!!!! it is actually one of the most important positions when fielding. one stumping can just turn a match. and thats why u need a specialist wicket keeper. remember we are not india. india can experiment. We are still growing. I do not see any reason to rush. yes i understand Mashud's batting sucks. time requires to have a wicket keeper who can bat. unfortunately we still dont have that. well mushfiq is in the making. but he still has a long way to go. i hope he can prove himself in the zimbabwe true.

cricketboy
January 28, 2007, 12:48 AM
I am also shocked by the number of post in favor of Tushar as wicketkeeper. I think some members o will drop senior players and take Junaid, Imtiaz and Nadif tot he World CUp! I fully agree with the top post Bangladesh is not India. Bangladesh cant afford to miss a catch in the 35th over in a tensed match! Anyway Pilot should go to the Word Cup as there is no replacement of him.

wiseshah
January 28, 2007, 01:34 AM
after world cup, we should have an wicketkipper-batsmen hunt competition and rajin, Alok, tushar, opi, rokon, hannan, biddut, golla and new players and others should perform in it. so they will get some chance to play for the national team.how is the idea?

Sam
January 28, 2007, 01:48 AM
Sam bhai: Good to see you again! How was your holydays? :-D
It was great. I had a mini visit during Eid Al-Fitr also. I believe that, you are doing well. Have a nice time.

cricket_king
January 28, 2007, 02:27 AM
I cant believe the fact that there is even a thread for this topic! Tushar cannot play international matches just yet. He might be ready when he's 30 years old or something but he's just not ready right now.

He cant even make it to the national team and now people are suggesting using him as a wicket-keeper batsman? That just amazes me. :hairpull:

Performing in A team is great. But once ur into the next level, you must perform there too.

Imteaz
January 28, 2007, 03:07 AM
I Think Wicketkeeper is One of the Most Difficult Sectors in Cricket. Mushfiqur Rahim is Still Not a Replacement of Khaled Mashud. Tushar Imran should not be Selected as WicketKeeper. He is a Good Batter. But As a Wicket Keeper, I don't Even Think of That.

Sorry. Have a Nice Time.

FaltuRidwanBhai
January 28, 2007, 12:20 PM
I Think Wicketkeeper is One of the Most Difficult Sectors in Cricket. Mushfiqur Rahim is Still Not a Replacement of Khaled Mashud. Tushar Imran should not be Selected as WicketKeeper. He is a Good Batter. But As a Wicket Keeper, I don't Even Think of That.
Sorry. Have a Nice Time.

well stated warfaze. its unfortunate that many folks here just doesnt understand the fact that wicket keeping is not an easy job. it is one of the most difficult position in the field. this position should be handled with great care. it is just a joke putting tushar behind the stumps!!!! if this is such an easy job then why doesnt everyone have a go at this position?
Tushar is a good batter and that is also in the domestic level and for the A team. i still havent seen him done anything remarkable in the national team.

Tokyobreeze
January 28, 2007, 09:44 PM
Don't see any point in experimenting about Makeshitft Wicket-keeper.I see that Dravid has been mentioned.But, in that regard it is to remember that even for India that didn't work.They had to switch to Dhoni.Makeshift, the word itself implies that it's not for permanent.But, looking at the good team, we see wicket-keepers have good batting ability and contributing a lot in batting.But, they are wicket-keeper first and got in team showing their good wicket-keeping ability.We badly need a permanent world-class keeper as Masud is not going to stay long who can bat well.Not a temporary wicket-keeper plus batsman who hasn't yet even proved his consistency in batting well.

Imteaz
January 28, 2007, 10:05 PM
If a Wicket Keeper is a Good Batter, That is an Additional Benefit for the Team. Adam Gilchrist and Kumara Sangakara are two Exceptional Cases. You Cannot take Exceptional Cases as an Example. Even Adam Gilchrist had to Wait for Ian Healy in Test Level. With His Batting Ability, Gilchrist couldn't Play Test.

Mark Boucher, Kamran Akmal, Brandon Maccullam or Khaled Mashud are Wicket Kepper at first than they are Batter. Dhoni still couldn't prove him in Test Level. Moin Khan was a very Good Batter. He played as a Batter in Pakistan Team. But as a Wicket keeper Rashid Latif was Much Better than Moin Khan. Rashid Latif was Selected and Played two World Cup (1996 and 2003).

To be Selected as a Wicket keeper, the First Thing should be Judge is "How is His Keeping Ability". If anyone said someone need to be selected as a Wicket Keeper because He is a Good Batter I should say "No Comments".

FaltuRidwanBhai
January 28, 2007, 10:55 PM
warfaze u have made a very brilliant post. i really enjoyedyour last line. By stating that someone need to be selected as a Wicket Keeper because he is a good batter, one just proves that he/she has a very shallow knowledge about the game of cricket.

Imteaz
January 28, 2007, 10:59 PM
warfaze u have made a very brilliant post. i really enjoyedyour last line. By stating that someone need to be selected as a Wicket Keeper because he is a good batter, one just proves that he/she has a very shallow knowledge about the game of cricket.

Thank You Very Much....................It is My Pleasure.

arafath79
January 29, 2007, 08:53 AM
trust me people wicket keeper job is not an easy job!!!! it is actually one of the most important positions when fielding. one stumping can just turn a match. and thats why u need a specialist wicket keeper. remember we are not india. india can experiment. We are still growing. I do not see any reason to rush. yes i understand Mashud's batting sucks. time requires to have a wicket keeper who can bat. unfortunately we still dont have that. well mushfiq is in the making. but he still has a long way to go. i hope he can prove himself in the zimbabwe true.

We are not India but we are not too far behind of India. Just tell Inda to play against Bangladesh without Sachin, Saurav, Dravid and Pathan(he is not in a good shape now but can be dangerous). Bangladesh will definitely beat India and also win the series. I won't mind watching the Indian team with Shehwag, Yuvraj, Dhoni , Kumble.....etc. If they have Shehwag, Yuvraj we have got Aftab and Nafees. If they have Kumble and Harvajan then we have Rafique and Razzak. If they have Zahir Khan or Sreesanth or Agarkar we have Mashrafe, Shahadat and Tapash.

We are playing like India, Pakistan or Srilanka against weaker opposition like Kenya, Zimbabwe or Scotland. This is the actual time to do some experiment against weaker teams. That's why I would like to prefer watching Tushar Imran is keeping and batting at the middle order position in main BD XI. He is much better batsman than Mashud and Mushfiqur according to his current batting form.

akabir77
January 29, 2007, 11:21 AM
If tusher can keep half what mashud can then I want to see him in the middle for the WC only. people this is not a permanent thing just for the WC so that we have a better batting strenth...

No one is saying wkt keeping is a easy job or shouldn't be given to a specialist. but since mashuds batting form is bad for ODI and musfik is so so why not try something different for the WC only that is. I can't see why people r feeling even offended and trying to offend others who ever is thinking in this line. but never the less this is a position that we need to think hard abot before the WC.

FaltuRidwanBhai
January 29, 2007, 11:24 AM
i can only think of tushar as a keeper in a match against bermuda. but my brain starts hurting when i try to visualize tushar keeping against india or srilanka.

akabir77
January 29, 2007, 12:17 PM
i can only think of tushar as a keeper in a match against bermuda. but my brain starts hurting when i try to visualize tushar keeping against india or srilanka.

Ok bhai then you should NOT visualize.. ki dorker batha pawar...

BTW does any one know how bad or good he is in wktkeeping? I mean if he is very bad then why even talk about this?

Fazal
January 29, 2007, 12:44 PM
i can only think of tushar as a keeper in a match against bermuda. but my brain starts hurting when i try to visualize tushar keeping against india or srilanka.

I know exactly how you feel. I also have similar (but not exactly the same) disease my friend.
<O:p</O:p

I think you are suffering from 'TuharFobia'. Its a 'songcramok' disease and I think Rubu was first diagnosed. The only remedy I can think of is try to visualize Rana as the wicket keeper instead.<O:p</O:p

afrina
January 29, 2007, 01:41 PM
Plz some one tell me this is a joke. i can't imagine Tushar as a wicket keeper. Though Rahim is too unexperenced with compare to Masud, but at least he can keep the wicket for the team. But not Tushar. He may be a good batsman but in ODI...o no just look at his career 36(Match) 35(Inng) 65 (Highest) 15.62(Avg) 0 (100's) 2(50's). He may play well in local leaugue but not impressive in ODI.

I can't imagine him in WC team, for Zim tour its all right. But not fot WC

FaltuRidwanBhai
January 29, 2007, 02:09 PM
I know exactly how you feel. I also have similar (but not exactly the same) disease my friend.
<o>:p</o>:p

I think you are suffering from 'TuharFobia'. Its a 'songcramok' disease and I think Rubu was first diagnosed. The only remedy I can think of is try to visualize Rana as the wicket keeper instead.<o>:p</o>:p

:p:p:p:p
apni ranake wicket ar pichone pathay diye rubu bhaike aibhabe koshto dichhen?

FaltuRidwanBhai
January 29, 2007, 02:13 PM
Honorable Afrina,
You are right on tack. It is really a joke. Tushar behind the stumps!!!! He is just an A Team player. Thats the maximum. I mean, its sad to say but thats the truth. Accept it. Some people like to give the excuse that he wasnt given enough chances. Well he already played 36 matches. How many more does he need to prove himself? I dont think another 36 is going to make it any better.

akabir77
January 29, 2007, 02:38 PM
Plz some one tell me this is a joke. i can't imagine Tushar as a wicket keeper. Though Rahim is too unexperenced with compare to Masud, but at least he can keep the wicket for the team. But not Tushar. He may be a good batsman but in ODI...o no just look at his career 36(Match) 35(Inng) 65 (Highest) 15.62(Avg) 0 (100's) 2(50's). He may play well in local leaugue but not impressive in ODI.

I can't imagine him in WC team, for Zim tour its all right. But not fot WC


Stat doesn't draw the real picture. I am sure you know that among of those 36 match he played 1 or 2 and then was droped. Anyway The topic is can we make him a makeshift wkt keeper (if he actually got the ability) and strengthen the batting line up. No one is comparing him with pilot or mushfiq cause they r keepers.

BTW I think at least one match or two for some reason (i can't remember now) Razin Saleh kept wkt for BD. so if that was possible then why this is SO SO Impossible that we shouldn't even talk about???

And he can't be tried in WC then no point trying him ZImbo tour that's for sure...

FaltuRidwanBhai
January 29, 2007, 02:42 PM
Rajin was tried but did it work out? I dont think so, if it did then Pilot would have been history by now. So exception is exception. It doesnt happen everyday my friend.

arafath79
January 29, 2007, 04:39 PM
If tusher can keep half what mashud can then I want to see him in the middle for the WC only. people this is not a permanent thing just for the WC so that we have a better batting strenth...

No one is saying wkt keeping is a easy job or shouldn't be given to a specialist. but since mashuds batting form is bad for ODI and musfik is so so why not try something different for the WC only that is. I can't see why people r feeling even offended and trying to offend others who ever is thinking in this line. but never the less this is a position that we need to think hard abot before the WC.

Akabir bro,
I agree with u and the Ridwan bhai that wiclet keeping is not a easy job.The Zimbabwe series would be a series for doing some experiments. I think Tushar should prove himself well against Zim, Bermuda and Canada as a wicket keepwr come batsman.After that he can be selected easily for WC 07 as a keeper come batsman otherwise we have got Khaled Mashud any way.

HereWeGo
January 29, 2007, 10:22 PM
warfaze u have made a very brilliant post. i really enjoyedyour last line. By stating that someone need to be selected as a Wicket Keeper because he is a good batter, one just proves that he/she has a very shallow knowledge about the game of cricket.

I am sure indian selectors has a very shallow knowledge of the game of cricket.:-D
Sorry for never attending FRB Cricket course 101.

layperson
January 29, 2007, 10:58 PM
I am sure indian selectors has a very shallow knowledge of the game of cricket.:-D
Sorry for never attending FRB Cricket course 101.

never too late to join the course. FRB bhai kono scholarship er bebostha kora jabe ? I m sure you can it in correspondence.:)

kfirooz
January 30, 2007, 10:05 AM
Going by this thread and some previous ones I sense that many members here do not want Mashud, Bangladesh's only proven, specialist wicketkeeper to play any longer.
But one must realize that Bangladesh should consider itself really lucky to have got someone like Masud in its very early stages of big time cricket and specially its more advantagous that he is still able to perform behind the stumps in an effective manner regardless of his poor batting form.
Not many international teams have had this opportunity in their early stages and one example is Sri Lanka.
They had a quality wicketkeeper in Mahesh Gunathilaka at test debut but he was banned for touring South Africa in 1982.
Afterward they have had real problems and no body stuck well in that position for long.
Here are some names: Amal Silva, Guy de Alwis, Brendon Kuruppu, Ashley de Silva, Hashan Tillakaratne, Gamini Wickramasinghe, Chamara Dunusinghe even Aravinda de Silva and Asanka Gurusinghe have kept wicket.
This was in a period from1982 until about 1995 and up until 1992 Sri Lanka did not get many international matches like Bangladesh now gets, thanks to the ICC programme.
These were all used until Kaluwitharana got settled.
So an emerging country must be patient and think a lot before demanding the head of an expert because Bangladesh can surely create a wicketkeeping culture by playing someone talented like Mashud.

akabir77
January 30, 2007, 11:15 AM
Going by this thread and some previous ones I sense that many members here do not want Mashud, Bangladesh's only proven, specialist wicketkeeper to play any longer.
But one must realize that Bangladesh should consider itself really lucky to have got someone like Masud in its very early stages of big time cricket and specially its more advantagous that he is still able to perform behind the stumps in an effective manner regardless of his poor batting form.
Not many international teams have had this opportunity in their early stages and one example is Sri Lanka.
They had a quality wicketkeeper in Mahesh Gunathilaka at test debut but he was banned for touring South Africa in 1982.
Afterward they have had real problems and no body stuck well in that position for long.
Here are some names: Amal Silva, Guy de Alwis, Brendon Kuruppu, Ashley de Silva, Hashan Tillakaratne, Gamini Wickramasinghe, Chamara Dunusinghe even Aravinda de Silva and Asanka Gurusinghe have kept wicket.
This was in a period from1982 until about 1995 and up until 1992 Sri Lanka did not get many international matches like Bangladesh now gets, thanks to the ICC programme.
These were all used until Kaluwitharana got settled.
So an emerging country must be patient and think a lot before demanding the head of an expert because Bangladesh can surely create a wicketkeeping culture by playing someone talented like Mashud.


Wake up bro...

Mashud was best once but with his current batting form he can't play or expect to play ODI. He is still good for TEST. No one is denying his past history... that doesn't mean he can cash in for that... Even Australia's one time best captaim had to step down from ODI cause he was not scoring... We love pilot but its his time to say good bye to ODI

Dhakablues
January 30, 2007, 11:33 AM
1. I would vote for this concept. Given the fact that the goal is to maximize the batting strength. Look, none is asking Tusher to be a Test WicketKeeper but a part-time wicketkeeper for the team. He really can bowl, keep and bat. His agility is totally under-utilized. Like it or not, he performed much better in the league than most of the national team players. He will be in the final 15, I bet. The way Ashraful is playing, I dont know if his place is secured any longer. Mushfiq has done NOTHING recently to make him the level as Shahrier Nafees, Sakib Hasan, Aftab, Shahdat, Rasel, Raj like relative newcomers. He had a perfect chance,, Faruque is dying to get rid of Mashud but he cant unless Mushfiq gives him the knife. Yet, Mushfiq proved to be a 'bhota' knife since last Qurbani.
2. Talking about new faces all the time wont fly anymore in Bangladesh team. So, dont expect that everytime the selectors name a squad that there has to be a new name,, even if you are bored with the process. Tamim, Junaed etc. are in the pipeline ( read WASA pipeline)

Bancan
January 30, 2007, 12:18 PM
first let him bat for 2-3 matches then think about making him a keeper

FaltuRidwanBhai
January 30, 2007, 11:18 PM
first let him bat for 2-3 matches then think about making him a keeper

very true.
jaihok,
apnara kintu dekhechen,
indian team dravid ke niye matamati korleo, akhon kintu dravid ar wicket keepr nai. tader kintu akhon professional wicket keeper ache. orthat, tader shiddhanto je shothik hoinee sheta kintu indian team thiki buzhte pereche. dhannabad.

Imteaz
January 30, 2007, 11:24 PM
Tushar Imran Should Feel Proud that All Bangladeshi Cricket Fan are Discussing about Him about a topic Which is Not Even Concidered as a Joke................Good Luck, Tushar Imran..................as a Wicket Keeper (Fantasy).

FaltuRidwanBhai
January 30, 2007, 11:29 PM
Tushar Imran Should Feel Proud that All Bangladeshi Cricket Fan are Discussing about Him about a topic Which is Not Even Concidered as a Joke................Good Luck, Tushar Imran..................as a Wicket Keeper (Fantasy).

ji,
amar mone hoi na tushar nijeo janen je tini keeping namok jinishta korte paren thik moton. othocho kemon kore jano tar onek bhokto shai ojana gopon kothati jene felechen.

arafath79
January 31, 2007, 10:55 AM
ji,
amar mone hoi na tushar nijeo janen je tini keeping namok jinishta korte paren thik moton. othocho kemon kore jano tar onek bhokto shai ojana gopon kothati jene felechen.

May be he knows and the coach Dave Whatmore is planning to do so in real but not in fantasy.

arafath79
January 31, 2007, 10:56 AM
Tushar Imran Should Feel Proud that All Bangladeshi Cricket Fan are Discussing about Him about a topic Which is Not Even Concidered as a Joke................Good Luck, Tushar Imran..................as a Wicket Keeper (Fantasy).

I am not really fan of Tushar Imran but I feel sorry for him not to give him enough chance to play in ODI for Bangladesh.

roi
January 31, 2007, 05:27 PM
****Off topic*****
By the way, if Musfiq does better in Zim with Bat and gloves, things will be complicated and interesting too.pailot was effective in past days and he lost his batting a lot with time.And Musfiq is imarging. Lets see who wins in this crucial battle.I think, not record, but performance should be the only point to be selected in BD team.Pailot was unfortuanate with injury not to able to go ZIm, but as Musfiq got a chance, i want him to erform and go world cup and lead with fresh blood. Cheers!!

FaltuRidwanBhai
January 31, 2007, 05:38 PM
amazing. it is still going on. keep it up guys.

arafath79
February 1, 2007, 02:11 PM
amazing. it is still going on. keep it up guys.

Yes, it is. :)

sadi
February 1, 2007, 02:20 PM
Tushar for president or should I say Cheif Adviser? ;)

Fazal
February 1, 2007, 02:34 PM
Tushar for president or should I say Cheif Adviser? ;)

Those positions are already filled up. Only upcomming positions are either in EC (Election Commission) ACC (Anti Corruption Commission).

Tigers_eye
February 1, 2007, 03:03 PM
Those positions are already filled up. Only upcomming positions are either in EC (Election Commission) ACC (Anti Corruption Commission).
Nothing is static my friend. There is thing called "poddotteg". He will have ample opportunity before the year passes.

FaltuRidwanBhai
February 1, 2007, 04:21 PM
or tushar should just try out in one of the private channels music competitions. he might just find out something new about him. asif turned out to be a singer from a cricketer. maybe tushar might also fall into that category.

sadi
February 1, 2007, 04:26 PM
asif turned out to be a singer from a cricketer. maybe tushar might also fall into that category.

Or maybe we should start looking for those singers who can play cricket. Maybe they can replace some of our star cricketers.

FaltuRidwanBhai
February 1, 2007, 11:15 PM
Or maybe we should start looking for those singers who can play cricket. Maybe they can replace some of our star cricketers.

so r u telling asif to come back to cricket?

Fazal
February 2, 2007, 12:47 AM
so r u telling asif to come back to cricket?

No he is saying we should recruit Aiub Bachu as Rafiq's future replacement.

sadi
February 2, 2007, 09:25 AM
We need some jakanaka cricketers who will shake things up a little bit!!! ;)