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fwullah
March 10, 2010, 12:26 PM
Stop worrying about the behavior of others (who-ever) towards you.

Play cricket, concentrate on cricket - just like you have been doing all this time.

With your determination and grit, you will rise high.

- from a Bangladesh cricket fan.

Peace
March 10, 2010, 12:33 PM
amader bangalee der mon khoob kochi, butter er motho norom. ekto agoon dile gole jai.

magic boy
March 10, 2010, 12:38 PM
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stop worrying about the behavior of others (who-ever) towards you.

Play cricket, concentrate on cricket - just like you have been doing all this time.

With your determination and grit, you will rise high.

- from a bangladesh cricket fan.

+1

Fazal
March 10, 2010, 12:39 PM
Atoo Maan Aubhiman Bhalo Lage na.
Prothomey Mashrafee, akhon Rakibul... attoo Paan Panani aar bhalo lagee na.

Life is not going to be rosy all the time, specially for our national players. Performance wise there will be Hi and Low, there will be biasness while selecting the team. But once you have been selected, we the fans, expect that you will show more professionalism, strong mentality to cope with issues (cricket and non-cricket related), except critisism as an opportunity to "self evaluate and improvise" and answer back your nay sayes with performance.


From a BD cricket fan.

Rifat
March 10, 2010, 12:41 PM
It is the BCB board who should write a note to Rakibul:

someting along the lines of:

Dear Rakibul,

WE understand the frustration you are going through right now, we respect, and honor your personal decision to quit Cricket. However, any time you want to come back and change your mind you are more than welcome to play for Bangladesh Cricket :big_hug:

Signed, Rifat

Beamer
March 10, 2010, 12:42 PM
Agree there Fazal. Besides, quitting is never a good virtue for any person, more so for a professional athlete.

RazabQ
March 10, 2010, 12:49 PM
Beshi drama.

snake
March 10, 2010, 12:49 PM
Lotus [edit] is responsible for all this..sorry mind my language

dolcevita
March 10, 2010, 12:54 PM
Why we paid SELECTORS , if board members choose who will play or not ?
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auntu
March 10, 2010, 01:23 PM
[বাংলা]যাই হোক ছলা-কলা না করে সোজা কথা বলাই ভালো হতো।
বেশী হিন্দী সিরিয়াল দেখার কুফল বোধকরি। [/বাংলা]

auntu
March 10, 2010, 01:24 PM
Lotus [edit] is responsible for all this..sorry mind my language

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Eshen
March 10, 2010, 01:38 PM
Atoo Maan Aubhiman Bhalo Lage na.
Prothomey Mashrafee, akhon Rakibul... attoo Paan Panani aar bhalo lagee na.

Life is not going to be rosy all the time, specially for our national players. Performance wise there will be Hi and Low, there will be biasness while selecting the team. But once you have been selected, we the fans, expect that you will show more professionalism, strong mentality to cope with issues (cricket and non-cricket related), except critisism as an opportunity to "self evaluate and improvise" and answer back your nay sayes with performance.

From a BD cricket fan.
Ditto

Omio
March 10, 2010, 01:51 PM
valoy natok choltese, What he gonna do now? business or study ?

fishyguy
March 10, 2010, 02:19 PM
With that kind of attitude he will definitely go far and shine in life

kazis2007
March 10, 2010, 02:39 PM
valoy natok choltese, What he gonna do now? business or study ?

hmm business korbe, rakibul tu gulsan a akta mudir dokan dise,
okhanei bosbe..
ki ar korar

fais
March 10, 2010, 05:21 PM
my guess is in a week he will realise wat an a** he has been

auntu
March 10, 2010, 05:23 PM
[বাংলা]প্রতিবাদ করবি ভালো কথা। কিন্তু না খেলে প্রতিবাদ করাটা কেমন হলো?
এইটা একটা বেকুবি হইসে। পরে ভুল বুঝে অবসর ভেঙ্গে আসতে বাধ্য কিন্তু ততদিনে নিজের কতখানি মূল্যহ্রাস করলো ও কি বুঝবে? [/বাংলা]

Hatebreed
March 10, 2010, 05:32 PM
I think it's premature of him to quit like this. I mean think about the situation for Zimbabwean or WI players with their respective boards. Compared to them we aren't so bad, are we? To quit just because you were dropped from the test squad (at least that's what I heard) at the age of 22 is just a foolish move imo. Unless there's more to the story that I'm not yet aware of. In any case, I really hope he changes his mind and BCB gracefully accepts him back.

Tiger444
March 10, 2010, 05:46 PM
I think it's premature of him to quit like this. I mean think about the situation for Zimbabwean or WI players with their respective boards. Compared to them we aren't so bad, are we? To quit just because you were dropped from the test squad (at least that's what I heard) at the age of 22 is just a foolish move imo. Unless there's more to the story that I'm not yet aware of. In any case, I really hope he changes his mind and BCB gracefully accepts him back.

they will but question is will he come back? If they took the iclers back then theyll definitely take roqibul back..

deshifan
March 10, 2010, 05:59 PM
Aptly put. If a person like Younus Khan can resign from captaincy twice in a year, Rock is just a kid overreacting to some particular event. He will surely be back on track.
I think it's premature of him to quit like this. I mean think about the situation for Zimbabwean or WI players with their respective boards. Compared to them we aren't so bad, are we? To quit just because you were dropped from the test squad (at least that's what I heard) at the age of 22 is just a foolish move imo. Unless there's more to the story that I'm not yet aware of. In any case, I really hope he changes his mind and BCB gracefully accepts him back.

Peace
March 10, 2010, 06:12 PM
A brave man never give up, you LOSER.

Catskills
March 10, 2010, 06:21 PM
It was really chidish of him to announce quiting cricket. What is he trying to say? Like you guys didn't pick me for Engladh ODI... so hell with you, I am quiing cricket all together. First of all he was not getting runs.. so obviously one should expect to be dropped. the way you take revenge is by scoring lots of runs wheneer you get a chance. And he did in BCB XI against England by scoring century and a half century. There is no free pass, you perform you stay... you don't perform, you are out. And there is a politics... and many people are victim of it. So Raqibul.. chill out... this is the name of the game... you are a good player... try to be better, don't think about auto selection. And dont get angry for silly things... because the board is composed of political people, they know how to kick people out if you annoy them to much. Just keep your head cool and try to be good cricketer.

MohammedC
March 10, 2010, 06:43 PM
I really liked Rokibs batting but he has made a decision and I have only one message for him.

Dont come back.

kazis2007
March 10, 2010, 07:35 PM
it's a part of game to become famous

Naimul_Hd
March 10, 2010, 07:38 PM
[বাংলা]প্রতিবাদ করবি ভালো কথা। কিন্তু না খেলে প্রতিবাদ করাটা কেমন হলো?
এইটা একটা বেকুবি হইসে। পরে ভুল বুঝে অবসর ভেঙ্গে আসতে বাধ্য কিন্তু ততদিনে নিজের কতখানি মূল্যহ্রাস করলো ও কি বুঝবে? [/বাংলা]

[বাংলা] akdom sotti kotha bolchen [/বাংলা]

Orpheus
March 10, 2010, 08:05 PM
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Let's all sing this to rikibul!!

What the hell is goig on guys!!! This is very silly....

bujhee kom
March 10, 2010, 09:04 PM
Arrey miah tumi chole gele, ekta bye bole gele naa!!

kalpurush
March 10, 2010, 09:11 PM
I really liked Rokibs batting but he has made a decision and I have only one message for him.

Dont come back.
He has put himself and his family in great ecomonic difficulties (for the future) by resigning... very unfortunate.

yaseer
March 10, 2010, 09:21 PM
Something big must have happened that he lost all interest to fight it out in the cricket field. Or something happened which Raqib found out and decided after that there is no point to prove himself in the cricket field.

Then what you will do other than quitting?

Tintin
March 10, 2010, 09:49 PM
Atoo Maan Aubhiman Bhalo Lage na.
Prothomey Mashrafee, akhon Rakibul... attoo Paan Panani aar bhalo lagee na.

Life is not going to be rosy all the time, specially for our national players. Performance wise there will be Hi and Low, there will be biasness while selecting the team. But once you have been selected, we the fans, expect that you will show more professionalism, strong mentality to cope with issues (cricket and non-cricket related), except critisism as an opportunity to "self evaluate and improvise" and answer back your nay sayes with performance.

From a BD cricket fan.

Good post. He'll come back after he has cooled down. In a week or two, either some interlocutors or the BCB officials themselves will interfere and everything will be fine. Will a 22-year boy who has been in the limelight for some 4 years playing for the national side throw it all away permanently and be satisfied with, say, handling customer queries in a bank for the rest of his life ?

Leaving aside the habitually disgraceful behaviour of BCB - this issue has been discussed enough, and it is far from being the only board that interferes with the selectors - it isn't very good of a player to lose his temper like this either. The world isn't a fair place. He is the not the first player to be dropped unfairly and not even the first to "quit cricket" like this. The truth is that Raqib is no Shakib, and he needs Bangladesh cricket more than Bangladesh cricket needs him. But he has a fine career ahead of him and I hope BCB doesn't hold a grudge against him (from their point of view, Raqib is trying to blackmail them) in the future because of this.

akabir77
March 10, 2010, 10:38 PM
bhai you all lost the plot. he is so depressed that his idol ASH is not in the team that he did this...

jisaan
March 11, 2010, 12:31 AM
i want you back Rock
please come back
we don't have too much talent to spare some one like you.

Trigger_Tiger
March 11, 2010, 12:35 AM
If you have guts, and bollocks of steel, then prove that you are the rock of the team. Stand up and be counted for. Be a man. Or else, cower down and leave with your tail between your legs like a coward expecting sympathy and attention for being victimized. No one in this world listens to someone who quits...but they listen to someone who proves their adversaries wrong!...Look at Howard Hughes mate....son, you've a lot to learn :)!

We are with you as we are with all the other players representing Bangladesh in the international arena. The question is, are you worth our loyal support if you're not with us?

jisaan
March 11, 2010, 12:37 AM
it is 'protest' in the name of 'quitting cricket'
it is a desperate attempt to express his dissatisfaction over the events he has been suffering from

Board is responsible for this. they are exercising their power. what a 22-yr old could do and how long he could withstand this attitude?
just put ourselves in his place... a lot of us would follow him

magic boy
March 11, 2010, 12:38 AM
Let's all sing this to rikibul!!

What the hell is goig on guys!!! This is very silly....

And this will be the official press release from BCB if Raquib doesn't return finally:

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Fischer
March 11, 2010, 12:40 AM
I would suggest him to grow a pair and would also like to know how many years has he been putting the hard yards in domestic arena ? He's certainly not averaging a 'bradman-esque' and not been perenially piling on the runs so why the disgust of being ignored for Odis and t20s ? I would like to point out at the amount of hard work Badrinath put in domestic cricket that raqibul can only dream about (not underestimating his talent here) as badri kept piling on runs year after year without worrying about national selection. If a youngster who refuses to put in extra efforts to come into the fray then I rather have him not play cricket because cricket is a fine balance of physical as well as mental toughness.
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Trigger_Tiger
March 11, 2010, 12:42 AM
it is 'protest' in the name of 'quitting cricket'
it is a desperate attempt to express his dissatisfaction over the events he has been suffering from

Board is responsible for this. they are exercising their power. what a 22-yr old could do and how long he could withstand this attitude?
just put ourselves in his place... a lot of us would follow him

Someone putting a gun to his head and ending his life would only bring him attention, but it cannot change what his life could have been! He was in form...he should've at least said he wanted "a break" instead of retirement.

This is a complete loss-loss situation for Bangladesh cricket! We lost a good player way too early! And Rokib lost a career. For all Lotus cares about, it doesn't matter much to him at all!

biddut
March 11, 2010, 12:45 AM
I normally do not voice my opinion, but I must say now that I am very disappointed at Raquib. He is a bring young kid and he has a great future. He must not get carried away every time life gives him lemon. It is normal to not to be in team all the time. He needs to learn a lesson. Board must take action even if he comes back. It is a professional game and not child's game. If a player is not mentally strong enough, may be he should play GOLLACHUT instead.

Trigger_Tiger
March 11, 2010, 12:48 AM
I normally do not voice my opinion, but I must say now that I am very disappointed at Raquib. He is a bring young kid and he has a great future. He must not get carried away every time life gives him lemon. It is normal to not to be in team all the time. He needs to learn a lesson. Board must take action even if he comes back. It is a professional game and not child's game. If a player is not mentally strong enough, may be he should play GOLLACHUT instead.

Rightly said! Amen to that :)!

BANFAN
March 11, 2010, 01:12 AM
I normally do not voice my opinion, but I must say now that I am very disappointed at Raquib. He is a bring young kid and he has a great future. He must not get carried away every time life gives him lemon. It is normal to not to be in team all the time. He needs to learn a lesson. Board must take action even if he comes back. It is a professional game and not child's game. If a player is not mentally strong enough, may be he should play GOLLACHUT instead.

What are you talking about? Are we still living in socialism or dictatorial rule? He has all the rights & freedom to retire and decide to comeback whenever he feels that the situation is ok for him. It's not an offense ! He has all the rights to restore his pride and honour that he felt was violated. It's one of the most civilized way of protest against any injustice. I'm not sure yet why he did it though.

People might comeout with all sorts of claims that it was damaging for the team bla bla & as such link with patriotism etc etc... DO hell with those, there is nothing greater than self respect. I don't want any attoshomman heen animal in the national team just for the sake of national team... this logic has produced more shameless in our nation than respectful human beings. Ironically this logic has always been used & over used now by the shameless creatures of this nation in the name of serving important ntional interest. A selfrespect less guy however tallented can give nothing to me or my nation; any nation for that matter.

Thios guy has earned my respect for the way he has expressed it. Had he retired when he was dropped from the team, it would have been an egoistic decision; but after earning it back through his performance, he lodged his protest in a civilized manner and I respect him for that. I'm sure he didnt do it just because of being dropped from the team, there must have been multiple unfavourable situation faced by him. Having said that, I hope he revereses his decision, when ever he feels that the message has reached his intended receipients.

Trigger_Tiger
March 11, 2010, 01:23 AM
Quitting is not standing up!

No one earns self respect by quitting, but by standing up.

Him quitting makes no eventual difference to this team, he will be replaced duly. Remember the ICL'ers? Well Rokibul is a hundred times better than them of course, but still, knowing Rokibul, he'd have done much better staying and showing the damned board what a big mistake they've made by being consistent in the NCL etc.

al-Sagar
March 11, 2010, 01:43 AM
now will the team management accept him when he will come back. just think of siddons. he was his fav player. he tried 3-4 hours to change his decision but rakibul did not. how will siddons take it ??? will he still want him after this ???

also soon we may see more players follow the path of rakibul for silly reasons ??? well, i am not saying rakibul has done this for silly reasons, but its a silly decision. but its not a good example to set in front of other players

checkmate
March 11, 2010, 02:20 AM
dont think Rokibul, is that kinda guy who will get pissed for being dropped from the Newzealand series,and take such kind of decision,where he decides to quit the game all together, and i dont think it teaches any lesson to the board.by his act. Every action has a motive, and how ever emotional u are,Big decision are taken,very calmly...and As far as i can see, Rokibul seems pretty matured and calm to me..and responsible too..

There is no doubt he might not be happy with him being dropped in the newzealand series, but i dont think he did this because of it, (this is just media speculation,and in our country, we enjoy spiced up news rather than the truth..)coz if he had,he wouldn't have showed determination and performed in the warm up game. he seemed positive even in his interview,he wanted to play thats why he performed in the warm up...and yes if he had to teach the board a lessen then it has got to be after winning the man of the series,but since he hasnt done that..then its understandable that not the motive,

i personally am a big fan of rokibul,coz he is one of the few players who has the right temprament for the game.but its unfortunate lot of people here dont understand the game of cricket,and more unfortunate they dont talk or act responsibly..even while saying some comment,the responsibility of it has to be taken,weather what ur saying is right or wrong,does it hold true,and if its about somebody else even more care should be taken, Rokibul plays a very responsible game, and those who play cricket and understand it will kw very well his importance in the team..lot of people here also didnt like his game, coz it didnt entertain them like ash or aftab did..we are fans,so its ok...there are different kind of emotions, experience involved within us

but when that kind of person is ur boss, who dont kw the game, and dont understand..it kind of gets difficult for the employee.

its a very difficult decision for rokibul to take,and if he has taken it we should respect it,and not jump to conclusions.

Its a big decision for him,coz that his career,we board might not be effected that much,compared to the amount he must be..but he has made a decision..and he must have strong reasons for that..not some stupid reason to teach the board a lesson, and i dont think he is that stupid to use it to blackmail the board,coz what ever mental stress he is going through..it will be worse for him when he comes back,coz he will lose his dignity..and the respect his teammates had..and thats more valueable for any person,who has some amount of self respect.

Cricket is a profession for him,and like him we all also work in some kinda profession.its our bread and butter,no one simply discards it just for ego,or to teach ur boss a lesson,u only leave the job when u find something better,(that also if u are not 100% satisfied or the environment ur working is not suitable for u at all..for u..but unlike us, if we dont like we can change our job, go to a different company..but for cricketer they is only one company...ur national team..if u quit, then ur changing ur career,so its even more important to have the right kind of person in the head of the board.

Rokibul very well kws the decision he has taken,its easier for him now to change his career, at 22 rather than at 30...and i dont think he did what the icler did,they went to play cricket,their profession was still the same,and there were many people as well who quit at the same time,the effect gets diluted,but rokibul has decided to quit cricket..which is very sad..

I dont kw why he did it, but there is definitely lot of unnecessary pressure, and mental torture,if he has quit coz he doesnt think its worth the pressure,then its good for him,coz he is young and will find his way out in life,and if he has quit coz he cant handle this pressure then its good for us,coz bangladesh cricket is in a phase of revolution.and the boys needs to be mentally tough..

We have lost a lot many players like this, Mohammed Rafique, ICLers,Recently they were after Sakib, and now Rokibul..and its coz we have put unprofessional people with no dignity at the top,we have put people up there who have come through contacts not hard work...its definitely sad for the game..coz all around the world (esp subcontinent) the board consists of politician rather than cricketers..

As for us fans, its better we let go and look forward,and not waste our energies,coz it will not give any result,but if we really feel that rokibul is needed in the team,then its better to do some action,like write a letter and sign by all the members of banglacricket, and ask him to come back to play cricket,coz these players play for us, u can see in their hardwork,and honestly if they didnt work hard,u all would have tried so much to see them win..but if u dont feel that...then just see how things goes,and be patient..coz this World is Allah's and Every thing is His will..Inallaha ma'as swabirin(verily God is with those who show patience)

MMR
March 11, 2010, 03:07 AM
When any player score a fifty every1 can praise and when a player is resigning from all formats of the game you are just giving comments which is not even related to him..dont u people think there must be some very strong reason behind it.Wait and watch it will appear to every1 very soon.
We as fans feeling so much loss for him then is he not feeling anything!!!??
No1 even trying to undstnd his feelings!!!Hoping for his bright future!!

MMR
March 11, 2010, 03:11 AM
When any player score a fifty every1 can praise him and when a player is resigning from all formats of the game you are just giving criticizing comments which is not even related to him..dont u people think there must be some very strong reason behind it.Wait and watch it will appear to every1 very soon.
We as fans feeling so much loss for him then is he not feeling anything!!!??
No one is even trying to undstnd his feelings!!!Hoping for his bright future!
Good Luck Raqibul we will miss you!!
~mmr~

Banglatiger84
March 11, 2010, 03:14 AM
its amazing how a player who is so patient in batting became so impatient when it comes to being selected.

Then again, this may be the new swash buckling Raquibul; the innings against England probably being an omen of this new Raquibul

Purna
March 11, 2010, 08:02 AM
I pray from the bottom of my heart for you, ROQIBUL. Best of luck for your bright future!!!
We will all miss you a lot.

rudro
March 11, 2010, 12:07 PM
Just the other day I was telling my friends: Raqibul will be the next star of Bangladesh cricket! His ability to anchor the innings reminds me of Michael Bevan.

I am shocked! really shocked! I am mad, too! Really mad with Raqibul! Mathew Hayden gets dropped even when he is in top form! GROW UP, DUDE! YOU ARE 22! Biya koraya dile duita polapan hoito atodine!

AsifTheManRahman
March 11, 2010, 12:11 PM
http://www.cricinfo.com/magazine/content/story/451145.html

Compare that to the sissies we have playing for us.

rudro
March 11, 2010, 12:11 PM
..dont u people think there must be some very strong reason behind it.Wait and watch it will appear to every1 very soon.
~mmr~
No matter what, a QUITTER is a LOOSER! That doesn't do any good to him, neither does it to our cricket.

Beamer
March 11, 2010, 12:18 PM
Yes, he quit, but I think he has some mental/emotional issues that might need medical attention. I won't call him a QUITTER or LOSER, if he is suffering from something. Marcus Trescothik has some issues. But, being in Bangladesh, it probably won't be identified and treated. I think we should just leave him alone.

AsifTheManRahman
March 11, 2010, 12:21 PM
^ Yeah, and move on...

Tigers_eye
March 11, 2010, 01:41 PM
This is from me, if somehow this ends up in his hands one day!!

Religion makes a man Stronger to face adversity not weaker. See "Amla", "Su Benn". Human make mistakes. Umar (r) put his own daughter in to the ground and the innocent child was wiping off the mud of his father's beard. If Allah can forgive that what is stopping you to forgive the selectors, BCB people? Remember you need forgiveness as well.

babubangla
March 11, 2010, 01:57 PM
[বাংলা]কাল থেকে খেলা শুরু। দর্শক, সমর্থক, মিডিয়া-সবাই রকিবুলকে ভুলে মেতে উঠবে টেস্ট সিরিজ নিয়ে। ব্যাটিং-এ ভয়াবহ কোন বিপর্যয় না হলে রকিবুল নামটিই পত্রিকার পাতা থেকে মুছে যাবে। পাদপ্রদীপের আলোর বাইরে একাকী অন্ধকারে রকিবুল তার মনের আলোয় এই সিদ্ধান্তের ভ্রান্তিটুকু দেখতে পাবে।

রকিবুলের উপর থেকে খুব দ্রুত তাই পাদপ্রদীপের আলো সরিয়ে নেয়াটাই হবে সবচেয়ে মঙ্গলজনক। আশা করি রকিবুল ফিরে আসবে। শুধু চাই বোর্ড যেন তাঁকে আর অন্য যে কোন ক্রিকেটারদের মতো আবার জাতীয় দলে ঢোকার লাইনে দাঁড়ানোর সুযোগ থেকে বঞ্চিত না করে।খেলায় ফিরে আসার ক্ষেত্রে তাঁর উপর নিয়ম প্রয়োগ হোক, ক্রোধের প্রয়োগ যেন না হয়।

ফিরে এসো রকিবুল। জাতীয় দলে সুযোগপ্রার্থীদের লম্বা সারির পিছনে গিয়ে দাঁড়াও। যোগ্যতা প্রমান করে আবার এগিয়ে এসো সামনের সারিতে। বাংলাদেশ সেদিনের প্রতীক্ষায় থাকবে। প্রতিটি যোগ্যতমের জন্য আমরা প্রতীক্ষায় থাকি।
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Nocturnal
March 11, 2010, 02:01 PM
This is from me, if somehow this ends up in his hands one day!!

Religion makes a man Stronger to face adversity not weaker. See "Amla", "Su Benn". Human make mistakes. Umar (r) put his own daughter in to the ground and the innocent child was wiping off the mud of his father's beard. If Allah can forgive that what is stopping you to forgive the selectors, BCB people? Remember you need forgiveness as well.


Today I was thinking along the same T_E bhai.
Few years back when Rok first got a national call, I read in some newspaper that he is a very religious polite down to earth person. After reading this I was glad and thought he was more mature and cool headed person than some other folks in national team .....guess what I was wrong like many others!! He does not even care about his family either (ie - his parents) :(

LateCut
March 11, 2010, 02:02 PM
No place for prima donna in national cricket. Good bye Rockybul. Have some chicken soup and watch the game on the tube.

Ashfaq
March 11, 2010, 02:58 PM
I just want him to grow a pair. He lacks testosterone and his decisions shows that.

BD-Shardul
March 11, 2010, 03:30 PM
[বাংলা]রকিবুল সাহেব, আপনার মনে হয় আমও গেল, ছালাও গেল।[/বাংলা]

Eshen
March 11, 2010, 03:34 PM
Well, mate, at least thanks for clearing the air why you left. Otherwise the media rumor mill would have gone crazy.

And BCB, please put a gag order on that old fool - Heera.

Nocturnal
March 11, 2010, 03:39 PM
Well, mate, at least thanks for clearing the air why you left. Otherwise the media rumor mill would have gone crazy.

And BCB, please put a gag order on that old fool - Heera.

Never like this Heera dude..useless.
is not BCB already mentioned in their last meeting that they would not renew his contract after 31st March 2010, I read they are looking for a manager.

zazabor
March 11, 2010, 03:47 PM
politics dhuke gese amader team a .. just look at Sakib comments on 2days newspapers.. he is acting like S.Malik in pk crk.. isnt it too much to say ..

anyway .. Raq its too early to say goodbye ..

Ashfaq
March 11, 2010, 05:14 PM
[বাংলা]রকিবুল সাহেব, আপনার মনে হয় আমও গেল, ছালাও গেল।[/বাংলা]

His mango and bag is gone, his delivery truck is stolen and his dog is shot.
Worst thing is these are all self inflicted in a delusional hope of teaching someone a lesson. Pathetic, so pathetic that I have to laugh.

biddut
March 11, 2010, 07:03 PM
There is a difference between freedom and anarchy. FAIZLMI PAISO JE TESTER EK DINE AGREE RETIRE KORFBA? Who he thinks he is ? Tendukar? A cricket team needs to be disciplined. You want freedom, go to KUTUB Minar. The stunt that he pulled, is to my opinion, is appalling. Bangladesh team has become Banana republic. " Jaar jeita echha kore." You can not build a strong team with bunch of emotional train wrecks. He has the right to retire, YES, but 1 day before test. Well, last thing, mark my word, he will come back. What a shame!!!

bujhee kom
March 11, 2010, 07:29 PM
Naah bhais, after reading all your talk, I think Raqibul struck me with a sharp wooden stake through my chest like same as Dracula's by Prof. Van Von Helsing.

biddut
March 11, 2010, 10:05 PM
Bangladesh cricketer gets married at 20s, then gets a Bhuri as Joutuk and retire from professional cricket.

Tigers_eye
March 11, 2010, 10:13 PM
Naah bhais, after reading all your talk, I think Raqibul struck me with a sharp wooden stake through my chest like same as Dracula's by Prof. Van Von Helsing.
In terms of fame and money Roc lost. But he is happy with himself with the decision that all it matters. Wish him all the best.

The real loser is Bd Cricket and her fans. read BK's comment.

Isnaad
March 12, 2010, 12:20 AM
It is very shocking that he quitted