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Electrequiem
March 13, 2010, 05:00 PM
Drama queen. Neka.

ফিরে আসছেন রকিবুল! (http://prothom-alo.com/detail/date/2010-03-14/news/48811)

Zunaid
March 13, 2010, 05:01 PM
As I said in the other thread - needs a bet pitani. Both Rok and Mash. And Shakib needs to zip it a bit.

Zunaid
March 13, 2010, 05:02 PM
We need this sign at the team hotel:

http://dialoguewithdaila.files.wordpress.com/2009/12/n68drama-queen-posters_jpg.jpg

Electrequiem
March 13, 2010, 05:04 PM
^^^ "Queens," and it describes the BD team. I am sick of the state of the team these days.

AsifTheManRahman
March 13, 2010, 05:05 PM
This was always going to happen. He was bound to come back after realizing there's no money for him in the outside world.

Now that he's not angry anymore, maybe he won't score too many runs. Food for thought for the selectors before they let him back.

Electrequiem
March 13, 2010, 05:06 PM
This was always going to happen. He was bound to come back after realizing there's no money for him in the outside world.

Now that he's not angry anymore, maybe he won't score too many runs. Food for thought for the selectors before they let him back.

took him just 36 hours. sharp boy.

dolcevita
March 13, 2010, 05:13 PM
he want to come back ???
first he must apologise to all bangla cricket fan

dolcevita
March 13, 2010, 05:27 PM
poor guy , he will understand what is the harsh reality

Zunaid
March 13, 2010, 05:29 PM
What really galls me is that he has the ability. When he put his mind to it - in order to "shame" the selectors, he scored a 100 and a 50. So we all know you can do it - why not put the same effort in every game?

shovon13
March 13, 2010, 05:30 PM
I'm happy.

cricman
March 13, 2010, 05:40 PM
Let him earn his way back now

The_Yorker
March 13, 2010, 05:42 PM
Now BCB should make him wait for at least 3 to 6 months before he can play any international matches. Without it some other players will do the same thing sometimes in future and expect to be given a chance right away, otherwise the example of Raqibul will be cited. Don't make Raqibul's case a good example, rather make it an unfortunate and painful example for the player.

cricket_dorshok
March 13, 2010, 05:44 PM
It was inevitable.

Ananna
March 13, 2010, 05:46 PM
I dont want him to see in BD cricket. He is a bad apple. If he is forgiven and included in the team, it will set a bad precedence.

dolcevita
March 13, 2010, 05:48 PM
I dont want him to see in BD cricket. He is a bad apple. If he is forgiven and included in the team, it will set a bad precedence.

let him to play domestic cricket for one year at least

hbk619
March 13, 2010, 05:49 PM
He earned so much money in 2 years, that he thought he would have beautiful life. NAh man, 1 crore ain't gonna help you for the rest of ur life. So why not earning more? then again retirement policy?

Rifat
March 13, 2010, 05:52 PM
the whole point of this nonsense drama was for Rakibul to miss First Test, where three fo our top order batsmen by default FAILED...:mad: while he as in form.

Playing for Bangladesh National Cricket Team is a priviledge, only players like MahmudUllah, Naeem, Mushfiq realize this...

alibangali
March 13, 2010, 05:53 PM
Bound to happen if he gets selected after this stunt and he plays in the next test match i will boycott watching the game. He needs to be taught a lesson before he can be considered again
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Zunaid
March 13, 2010, 05:55 PM
I guess the Rock has jumped the shark.

alibangali
March 13, 2010, 05:56 PM
The rock did a smackdown
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AsifTheManRahman
March 13, 2010, 05:56 PM
Let him earn his way back now
Which should be easy, because Aftab doesn't know how to hold a bat.

I'd slam a probation on him.

AsifTheManRahman
March 13, 2010, 05:57 PM
The rock did a smackdown

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Was anybody able to smell what he was cooking?

alibangali
March 13, 2010, 05:59 PM
Was anybody able to smell what he was cooking?

He needs a peoples elbow right on his chin
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alibangali
March 13, 2010, 06:00 PM
Which should be easy, because Aftab doesn't know how to hold a bat.

I'd slam a probation on him.

as a punishment he should miss the t20 world cup and england away tour
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cricman
March 13, 2010, 06:01 PM
Which should be easy, because Aftab doesn't know how to hold a bat.

I'd slam a probation on him.

Meaning he has to wait for next years NCL to be considered for Selectin

dolcevita
March 13, 2010, 06:15 PM
Pissa dia pitha
Polapaner moto acharon
Koti koti taka kamai matha goron hoia guesse
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Orpheus
March 13, 2010, 06:26 PM
I followed Rakibul and quit my job yesterday because my boss yelled at me for being 2 hours late to work in front of everybody. I told him I can't wake up on time to come to work having watched BD cricket all night. I told him F You!! you will cry once I leave...

I thought the company would go backrupt without me because it seems i am the only one who works there.. rest of them just watch youtube all day.
It's day 3 and still counting.. my boss hasn't called me to apologize and ask me back...... My bank is running out of money...

So I called my boss to say I unquit..... 5 mins later police arrived at my house arresting me for harassment.

I blame Rakib for this.

btw my company lost 3 million dollars because I wasn't there. They didn't have enough time to replace an experienced guy like me to finish the project... so they lost the contract. So shouldn't they beg me to be back?? I've proven my point no?

kazis2007
March 13, 2010, 06:30 PM
Rakibul...........
don't be naughty anymore
this is your last chance,, lol

kazis2007
March 13, 2010, 06:32 PM
I followed Rakibul and quit my job yesterday because my boss yelled at me for being 2 hours late to work in front of everybody. I told him I can't wake up on time to come to work having watched BD cricket all night. I told him F You!! you will cry once I leave...

I thought the company would go backrupt without me because it seems i am the only one who works there.. rest of them just watch youtube all day.
It's day 3 and still counting.. my boss hasn't called me to apologize and ask me back...... My bank is running out of money...

So I called my boss to say I unquit..... 5 mins later police arrived at my house arresting me for harassment.

I blame Rakib for this.

btw my company lost 3 million dollars because I wasn't there. They didn't have enough time to replace an experienced guy like me to finish the project... so they lost the contract. So shouldn't they beg me to be back?? I've proven my point no?

lol. nice storyyyyyyy

Tintin
March 13, 2010, 06:44 PM
What a waste of 700 posts.

rashed411
March 13, 2010, 06:48 PM
What a waste of 700 posts.

lool.. delete or lock the other thread./:)

Tiger444
March 13, 2010, 07:09 PM
ROFL LMAO :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

WOW..i guess that sums up the drama in our cricket..well its good hes coming back..we need a stable batsman like him but i bet hes gonna be punished 4 the next 2 tours and some fines but its good for him 2 come back..hes just gotta not 2 do this again and has 2 prove himself that he is committed..hopefully the rock is back 4 good!!

dolcevita
March 13, 2010, 07:16 PM
Pathetic stuff from this kids , now he seen the priviledge he has to play for BD
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simon
March 13, 2010, 07:20 PM
I'm happy.

I am happy too.:saint:
Tired of players like Ash,Aftab,JS.:mad:

nannu
March 13, 2010, 07:24 PM
i want him in the 2nd test....

nannu
March 13, 2010, 07:24 PM
and plz plz plz no aftab in the 2nd test.....

dolcevita
March 13, 2010, 07:28 PM
and plz plz plz no aftab in the 2nd test.....

No aftab, no junaid
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babubangla
March 13, 2010, 07:33 PM
[বাংলা]মান-অভিমান, ক্ষোভ-প্রতিশোধ পরে।
আগে জান বাঁচানো ফরজ।
ঢাকা টেস্টেই রকিবুলকে চাই- দরকার হলে বিনা ম্যাচ ফি তে।[/বাংলা]

hbk619
March 13, 2010, 07:36 PM
Raqibul has to pay atleast 15 lakh taka for khotipuron thingy or 6 months suspensions

dolcevita
March 13, 2010, 07:43 PM
Raqibul has to pay atleast 15 lakh taka for khotipuron thingy or 6 months suspensions

He has to apologise to everyone . I blame rokibul for shakib's poor performance in this game
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hbk619
March 13, 2010, 07:47 PM
He has to apologise to everyone . I blame rokibul for shakib's poor performance in this game
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shakib mama is having poor performance since december 2009!

Zunaid
March 13, 2010, 07:54 PM
No rock this series and the next... no mash either...

ahms
March 13, 2010, 08:09 PM
poor guy , he will understand what is the harsh reality

Well, BCB should take him, but for future reference they should remind all the players for harsh punishment any repeat of such kind.

betaar
March 13, 2010, 08:36 PM
I knew he'd be be back, but this early, behaya chhele!!!

But this whole drama actually have had no significance to the current test match.....Rakib or not the test match would've gone the same way it's going now. A lot of you are thinking, he just scored a century and a 50 against the same opponent few days ago so he's in form. I don't think so......Ash had this sort of innings before only to get back to his same old self. Though I like Rakibul and don't think he gets out playing stupid shots like Ash, but I am araid his bad patch wasn't going to be over.

Tiger444
March 13, 2010, 08:44 PM
I knew he'd be be back, but this early, behaya chhele!!!

But this whole drama actually have had no significance to the current test match.....Rakib or not the test match would've gone the same way it's going now. A lot of you are thinking, he just scored a century and a 50 against the same opponent few days ago so he's in form. I don't think so......Ash had this sort of innings before only to get back to his same old self. Though I like Rakibul and don't think he gets out playing stupid shots like Ash, but I am araid his bad patch wasn't going to be over.

Agree bro about roqibul on a bad patch..he hasnt played awful but he hasnt performed 2 his ability 4 quite awhile now so this wouldve been a big test 2 see how he performs..he doesnt play stupid shots so hes already better then aftab, zunaed, and ash but the ability 2 sight the ball early has been his problem..he needs 2 corret this if he wants 2 see better performances..

al-Sagar
March 13, 2010, 09:26 PM
http://www.eprothomalo.com/contents/2010/2010_03_14/content_zoom/2010_03_14_22_5_b.jpg

al-Sagar
March 13, 2010, 09:30 PM
he should go to a bigger rehabilitation than the ICL ones...

i want him out until the WORLD CUP 2011. if he performs in domestic arena this time then consider him after 2011 WC.

that will be example to future cricketers

alibangali
March 13, 2010, 09:32 PM
Its true that roqibul doesnt get out much playing rash shots but he gets out due too his lack of skill. He cant handle intl level bowlers and he has shown that time and time again. I cant remember a noteworthy performance from him. He needs to improve his technique before he can be successful.

Sad thing is we have batsmen who have skill but no temperament and we have batsmen with temperament and no skill.
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deshifan
March 13, 2010, 09:41 PM
:fire:

:fire:

fishyguy
March 13, 2010, 09:42 PM
Must under any cisrcumstance be allowed back into the team. Does not matter how well he does in domestic cricket. He is a virus who should not be allowed to infect any other BD national team player. This is not even debatable. Its like banning a decent player but it has to be done to set an example.

Sohel
March 13, 2010, 09:55 PM
Passive aggressive drama queen! What an emo! Hope the board takes a wise enough action designed to prevent this kind of unprofessional sulking in the future. NOBODY is above the team. They can start by becoming more professional themselves. Always unlikely for the malik-pokhkho.

I just hope we see a better player with a far stronger character, love of country and sense of team if and when he finds his way back.

Personally, he and people like him disgust me.

shovon13
March 13, 2010, 10:18 PM
i think we are being very biased. we have to see both sides of the equation. if we should take steps so that we are not left without a batsman on the eve of the test next time, we should do it for both the board and the player.

i think the best solution here is to let him play in Dhaka test.

Ajfar
March 14, 2010, 12:10 AM
koto boro gobet ekta. hala dong korar ar jaiga pai nah.

DawnPatrol
March 14, 2010, 12:15 AM
Huh, so it seems he wants to come back?

I do not understand Bangla so I am going to go on the assumption that the story is what I think it is.

I am not one for retribution, so the idea of vengeful punishment for Rock seems over the top. He is young and he could contribute to BD cricket in the years ahead.

However, he HAS to be made to realize that playing for his country is a great honour, and not, excuse my language, his baap ki jagir.

Let him engrave that lesson in his heart, or have some chisel it into him with an industrial drill.

Therefore he has to be shown the harsh road towards redemption - how difficult it is going to be but also the chance to get there.

Let him in easy and you will have spoiled him for life. Besides ruining other potential BD players as well.

dolcevita
March 14, 2010, 12:50 AM
i think we are being very biased. we have to see both sides of the equation. if we should take steps so that we are not left without a batsman on the eve of the test next time, we should do it for both the board and the player.

i think the best solution here is to let him play in Dhaka test.



There is nearly no chance for him to play soon for BD : shakib is very angry againsy his behabiour
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WarWolf
March 14, 2010, 01:01 AM
[বাংলা]মান-অভিমান, ক্ষোভ-প্রতিশোধ পরে।
আগে জান বাঁচানো ফরজ।
ঢাকা টেস্টেই রকিবুলকে চাই- দরকার হলে বিনা ম্যাচ ফি তে।[/বাংলা]
[বাংলা]লাভ হবে না বাবু ভাই। তাকে দলের মধ্যে অনেক টিজের মুখোমুখি হতে হবে। সে মানসিকভাবে এত শক্ত প্লেয়ার না। ও পারবে না।[/বাংলা]

jisaan
March 14, 2010, 03:10 AM
Now BCB should make him wait for at least 3 to 6 months before he can play any international matches. Without it some other players will do the same thing sometimes in future and expect to be given a chance right away, otherwise the example of Raqibul will be cited. Don't make Raqibul's case a good example, rather make it an unfortunate and painful example for the player.

agree
we must do it

jisaan
March 14, 2010, 03:16 AM
I knew he'd be be back, but this early, behaya chhele!!!

But this whole drama actually have had no significance to the current test match.....Rakib or not the test match would've gone the same way it's going now. A lot of you are thinking, he just scored a century and a 50 against the same opponent few days ago so he's in form. I don't think so......Ash had this sort of innings before only to get back to his same old self. Though I like Rakibul and don't think he gets out playing stupid shots like Ash, but I am araid his bad patch wasn't going to be over.

not only he scored runs, he showed astonishing touch in that match. he played, he survived and he scored majority of his runs with the tailenders left to accompany him. he would've been a real asset in that form...

but after that quitting-act, it would be more than difficult for him to find his feet just like the ICLers!

checkmate
March 14, 2010, 03:38 AM
i was a fan of rokibul, when we was doing the hard work,when most people didnt like him,but now after this, please keep rokibul out of the team.un til he really proves himself..his bar goes 20 times higher,coz he is not mentally fit..a team should never have a quiter..no matter how good he is..if he has done it out of emotions then he will try and get back in the team..other wise ..he can enjoy the outside world..

Miraz
March 14, 2010, 05:55 AM
He should be banned for at least 12 months. He has let Bangladesh down badly ahead of a crucial Test series. There should be no place of personal whim in international cricket. National cricket team is not a para cricket team from Jamalpur.

I hope BCB won't set a dangerous precedence by pardoning him and giving his place back in the national team straighway.

cricket_pagol
March 14, 2010, 06:00 AM
Team discipline comes first, Rokibul needs to get some kind of punishment before can be considered for the national team again. He should come back after the T20 world cup, not before that.

He left us when we needed him the most... he could have made a real difference in this test series.

kalpurush
March 14, 2010, 06:15 AM
[বাংলা]মান-অভিমান, ক্ষোভ-প্রতিশোধ পরে।
আগে জান বাঁচানো ফরজ।
ঢাকা টেস্টেই রকিবুলকে চাই- দরকার হলে বিনা ম্যাচ ফি তে।[/বাংলা]
We are missing him in the 1st Test dearly...!

zainab
March 14, 2010, 06:40 AM
Come on guys, you are so harsh on Rock, No one knows for sure why he took this decision. I am glad that BCB should mediate to hear his side of the story. IMO, he should be rested from the national team for a while, play in domestic cricket and the A team and when he has come to terms with everything in his mind and based on good performance, then given a chance. This will undoubtedly make him a better cricketer, banning him altogether will destroy a good player. Two wrongs do not make a right.

Naimul_Hd
March 14, 2010, 07:15 AM
He should be banned for at least 12 months. He has let Bangladesh down badly ahead of a crucial Test series. There should be no place of personal whim in international cricket. National cricket team is not a para cricket team from Jamalpur.

I hope BCB won't set a dangerous precence by pardoning him and giving his place back in the national team straighway.

ditto !

his self destruction act should be brought under disciplinary action ! so that no one ever think of doing this. Like banning ICLers. many ppl criticized BCB, but actually it helped to make an example for others.

magic boy
March 14, 2010, 07:28 AM
my verdict:

Inspire him,Tell him that he is not alone.they(team mates) are friend each other. BCB is with him all the time.

Tell others not to tease him rather take him more friendly. Like true friend, share each other's sorrow,interest. He is emotional but got better potentiality than other guys like Ashraful , that's why he proved that if he wants he can score. So lets use this positive aspect of Rakibul for the betterment of the team. see, we need a player like him than Aftab/Zunaed.

Yes he's done a mistake..but sometime love works better than punishment . in this case Love,Inspiration,Helping may earn a good result ! I hope BCB will handle him accordingly.

Fazal
March 14, 2010, 07:58 AM
First think first. There is to be a closer of this incident before we can think about when he should be coming back. And the initiatives needs to come from him.

In my opinion, he need to apologize to his

1) team mates for putting them high and dry at the last moment
2) His coach who was his lone supporter lobbing for him
3) To fans for the same reason as mentioned in #1.

I care less when he comes, and when/if he comes back I will forget and more forward, but before that I have to see he honestly understood that he harmed wrong group of people to "get even with board"... and he need to approach them with his honest apology.....and there is nothing wrong for human being to admit fault and ask for forgiveness.

....without that I will not accept him back with open Arm.

May be he is still not ready to admit that he hurt the wrong people to get even with the Board. Its ok with me, I can wait before he come to realization on his own...

So let him fix his own mess first in a proper way before dreaming about his coming back in 2nd TEST.

cricket_pagol
March 14, 2010, 08:12 AM
First think first. There is to be a closer of this incident before we can think about when he should be coming back. And the initiatives needs to come from him.

In my opinion, he need to apologize to his

1) team mates for putting them high and dry at the last moment
2) His coach who was his lone supporter lobbing for him
3) To fans for the same reason as mentioned in #1.

I care less when he comes, and when/if he comes back I will forget and more forward, but before that I have to see he honestly understood that he harmed wrong group of people to "get even with board"... and he need to approach them with his honest apology.....and there is nothing wrong for human being to admit fault and ask for forgiveness.

....without that I will not accept him back with open Arm.

May be he is still not ready to admit that he hurt the wrong people to get even with the Board. Its ok with me, I can wait before he come to realization on his own...

So let him fix his own mess first in a proper way before dreaming about his coming back in 2nd TEST.

I agree with you!

BANFAN
March 14, 2010, 08:17 AM
Keno re bhai ? He has the right to protest against the odds he was facing in the team. Consider his action as a Protiki / symbolic act against the injustice that he felt was deliberate. Isn't it the right way of protesting?

Kharya point dile koiben beyadob, Paper e koile koiben breaking the terms of contract, shobinoy onurodh kore bolle tuti chepe dhorben durbol bole, tahole korbe ta ki.. podghat/ekpeshe/partial/unjust/ harassment/neglect egula aar koto shoite pare manush ?? There must be a civilized way to confront that. I think he chose the right way.

Every individual should have a sense of self respect. I'm sure he will perform much better if this can minimize the casue for his retirement. It's an excellent decision that he didnt prolong it, rathar kept it within symbolic time frame.

Peace
March 14, 2010, 08:29 AM
I think he should be given chance for the 2nd test against England while disciplinary investigation is pending. And, then (after the 2nd test) BCB should take disciplinary action.

Ahmed_B
March 14, 2010, 11:18 AM
He should be banned for at least 12 months. He has let Bangladesh down badly ahead of a crucial Test series. There should be no place of personal whim in international cricket. National cricket team is not a para cricket team from Jamalpur.

I hope BCB won't set a dangerous precence by pardoning him and giving his place back in the national team straighway.
But the thing is...BCB officials have already promised to forgive and forget...while their efforts to make him change his decision.

Rabz
March 14, 2010, 11:36 AM
IF they must, if they have to, BCB can forget forgive this one, only not to stir up any more crap.

But they should also come up with policy/guideline for future reference.
Players should get an automatic ban for 2 years or so from international games.

Tiger444
March 14, 2010, 01:04 PM
Well we still dont know as to what made him so mad..in a way though he got what he wanted..from the article it didnt say tho that he exactly is coming back yet..he has softened up now becasue jamalpur sporting association, siddons, and the family, but doesnt mean he'll be back exactly but he is probably going 2 return once he cools down completely, banning him for a long time is probably not a good idea tho..if i were roqibul i would put the board on the backfoot and tell them 2 meet his demands before he comes back..i think thats 1 reason he wanted 2 retire..he wanted 2 teach the board a lesson, so he should still not back down and fight 4 his rights and if the board complies then he should go back..he should really teach the board a lesson so that they treat players right the next time because they clearly mistreated roqibul in some way 2 get him angry..i think in the end he will get a slap on the wrist like a fine and also a little ban..

Electrequiem
March 14, 2010, 01:11 PM
Suspend him indefinitely. Bring him back after he knows what humility (and common sense) is.

FagunerAgun
March 14, 2010, 01:19 PM
I see, some BD players are on hyper even outside of the field.
I hope BD think-tank with a big tank in the skull will do the right thing for him as well as for the team.
But what ever it is, he has already damaged the team, willingly or unwillingly.

Haradhon
March 14, 2010, 01:27 PM
If Junaed and Aftab falter in the 2nd innings, which is very likely they will, then bring Rokibul back for the 2nd test. If Rokib can make the difference in the top order and along with it we promote Mahmudullah up the order, we can at least prevent the top order collapse.
I am not in favor punishing a player for his behavior when the Board and selectors are also responsible for this incident.
We need PERFORMERS.

Zobair
March 14, 2010, 01:28 PM
So Rakibul doing a 'George Costanza'! Predictable.

Well, his hardest task would be to gain the trust of his team-mates back whom he abandoned on the eve of a crucial test match. In fact his presence in the dressing room during the second test may be more damaging!

He must face up to the consequences of his decisions one way or the other. Shakib made that clear and rightly so.

Nocturnal
March 14, 2010, 02:16 PM
Raqibul Who?!!

WarWolf
March 14, 2010, 02:24 PM
Raqibul Who?!!

Good question Pasha bhai.:-D

wiseshah
March 14, 2010, 04:17 PM
fine him big amount and give him final warning and then tell him go to domestic and perform or take some teaching course.

he is a teacher to me, not a cricketer.

wiseshah
March 14, 2010, 04:20 PM
we have some nick now, i modified some nick name here too, let me know if u like it.

james Bond 007, masud rana--tamim iqbal (after declaring 200 runs, accoding to newspaper)
goboy--mushfiq (oily hand)
teacher/ rock--- rokibul
beadab--shahriar nafees, dhiman
pora kopal--kapali
sharapova--shahadat
hujur--mehrab jr
iceman--sakib
chand miah---ashraful (eid er chand)

Imtiazk
March 14, 2010, 04:26 PM
Who is going to collect the toys to put back into the pram ?

Retirement ? Bus bhara key dibey ?

bujhee kom
March 14, 2010, 04:28 PM
Khoobi lojjajonok re bhais to the least, amra aar professional holam naa....

....Ghotonata shei bashar chele naa bole chole geche/palie desher bari chole gelo aar teen din por fire eshe jeno bollo, "Amma, amake maaf koira den, ami bhul koresi ebong hashi mukhe apnar abuse/ottachar khaite abar firey ashechi, Ebar last barer moto firie niin!"

dolcevita
March 14, 2010, 04:35 PM
He really want to come back ?
Zutar bari dia bodla dite pathan
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billah
March 14, 2010, 04:46 PM
After the IPL crisis, Lotus is the biggest storm that hit our cricket. At present, most of us won't be able to fathom the depth of damage Lotus will cause to BD cricket. Jumping up and down about Rokibul will make us lose our own objectivity about the scenario.

In this farce, Rokibul is the only party that did the respectable thing. With Lotus after him, there is not a chance in hell Rokibul will make a comeback. Just like IPL, we are losing a bright star due to Lotus.

zainab
March 14, 2010, 04:57 PM
After the IPL crisis, Lotus is the biggest storm that hit our cricket. At present, most of us won't be able to fathom the depth of damage Lotus will cause to BD cricket. Jumping up and down about Rokibul will make us lose our own objectivity about the scenario.

In this farce, Rokibul is the only party that did the respectable thing. With Lotus after him, there is not a chance in hell Rokibul will make a comeback. Just like IPL, we are losing a bright star due to Lotus.

You are so right. this Lotus guy is a dictator and only Allah knows what ticked off Rock. IMO, he has looked a very cool headed guy. I dont know if you guys remember that awful game against SA in BD, it was Rock who rescued BD from total collapse. how quickly we forget.
I dont agree with Miraz bhai. Rock is only a kid and something snapped for him.

billah
March 14, 2010, 05:06 PM
Rokibul has been singularly targeted by Lotus. In my book, Rokibul won. I have high degree of respect for him. The only way we can get his service back for our team is if someone can keep maharaja lotus out of it.

At this rate, Lotus will cause a lot more damage to our cricket before he is done. At present, his position is secured within BCB, as long as his party is in power.

dolcevita
March 14, 2010, 05:21 PM
Why Lotus do it ? Is he ignorant moron ?
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Imtiazk
March 14, 2010, 05:28 PM
If Lotus interferes in selection, then the committee should resign. Simple !! But, Raqibul was selected for the test, Ashraful wasn't.

billah
March 14, 2010, 05:50 PM
If Lotus interferes in selection, then the committee should resign. Simple !! But, Raqibul was selected for the test, Ashraful wasn't.

Resigning from the committee, in today's Bangladesh, would cause harm to their business, property and even to their personal well being. Sorry to say. Awami rule has entered the era of revenge, nobody is spared.

Raqibul was NOT selected for the test. He was brought back to the test team ONLY, not in the playing eleven. He was ousted from the playing eleven by Lotus himself.

akabir77
March 15, 2010, 11:44 AM
I want to see what happens when he faces sakib...

On another note. end of 3rd day sakib was bowling last over and asked kayes to stand in close to the bat and he answerd I am scared... and Sakibs reply
"Dara koilam, fazlami koros (i am not sure this part but some thing like this). amer balley kono din bari khaisos? khali oi last ber chara... lol i thought it was funny...

Ananna
March 15, 2010, 11:48 AM
Raqibul was NOT selected for the test. He was brought back to the test team ONLY, not in the playing eleven. He was ousted from the playing eleven by Lotus himself.

What is the source of you last comment?
I knew that his name was scrapped from the ODI squad. All newspapers, cricinfo, siddons mentioned that he was in playing XI.
i would believe these sources over you on any given day.

AK420
March 15, 2010, 11:52 AM
It must have been a setup by rock. This must be to show the feelings of the board towards to ROCK. He could not just retire like that. If he is to get in the team he need tp give
Ghuushsh

Tiger Manc
March 15, 2010, 12:13 PM
So what are the chances of him playing in the 2nd Test?

Miraz
March 15, 2010, 12:19 PM
Any update on the "quit - unquit" drama?

desirocker
March 15, 2010, 12:22 PM
Any update on the "quit - unquit" drama?

Miraj Bhai, I found this piece of news on Bangladesherkhela.com

http://www.freeimagehosting.net/uploads/1dbf85bfcd.jpg (http://www.freeimagehosting.net/)

Tiger Manc
March 15, 2010, 12:35 PM
Is 'unquit' even a word?

SS
March 15, 2010, 12:45 PM
Eki chele na meye...anyways if she comes back should be given chance in Dhaka but whom to replace...and whether not sure if different gender will be allowed playing with all 22 boys...

auntu
March 15, 2010, 01:00 PM
raqibul who?!!
[বাংলা]বাচ্চা পোলাপাইন আজাইরা প্যানপ্যানায়। [/বাংলা]

AsifTheManRahman
March 15, 2010, 02:45 PM
Good to know they won't let this incident slip.

Fazal
March 15, 2010, 03:23 PM
According to theDailyStar they some within BCb are in the opinion of giving him two years Ban.

Even I would like some kind of punishment, two years looks too much.

ialbd
March 15, 2010, 03:28 PM
Even I would like some kind of punishment, two years looks too much.

definitely deserves a punishment for all the natoks. we are dealing with sh** load of problems already.

and ofcourse 2 years is too much... something along 2-3 months is good enough. We might not have international fixtures in this time so would be a good time for the suspension....

Miraz
March 15, 2010, 03:35 PM
2 years sounds too lenient to me. He should make a public apology for letting us down before a crucial Test series, otherwise he should be banned from international cricket for at least 5 years.

sadhat
March 15, 2010, 03:54 PM
2 years sounds too lenient to me. He should make a public apology for letting us down before a crucial Test series, otherwise he should be banned from international cricket for at least 5 years.
Before doing this, we need to know why he made this bold decission.

Tiger444
March 15, 2010, 04:01 PM
2 years is absolutely ridiculous..that won't teach a thing..these things are going 2 happen with the players as long as these [..] are in bcb..that just seems like a personal revenge 2 me..bcb is really 2 blame here 4 this fiasco..the board could have really dealt with the situation better..and rokibul isnt the only player..these icl players left the same way..as long as bcb is there players are gonna pull off these stunts no matter what punishments they hand out..

Nafi
March 15, 2010, 04:43 PM
2 years sounds too lenient to me. He should make a public apology for letting us down before a crucial Test series, otherwise he should be banned from international cricket for at least 5 years.

You might as shoot him there and then.

I say forgive and forget. The strongest BD test XI includes Rakibul.

B_IKHAN_71
March 15, 2010, 05:54 PM
I followed Rakibul and quit my job yesterday because my boss yelled at me for being 2 hours late to work in front of everybody. I told him I can't wake up on time to come to work having watched BD cricket all night. I told him F You!! you will cry once I leave...

I thought the company would go backrupt without me because it seems i am the only one who works there.. rest of them just watch youtube all day.
It's day 3 and still counting.. my boss hasn't called me to apologize and ask me back...... My bank is running out of money...

So I called my boss to say I unquit..... 5 mins later police arrived at my house arresting me for harassment.

I blame Rakib for this.



btw my company lost 3 million dollars because I wasn't there. They didn't have enough time to replace an experienced guy like me to finish the project... so they lost the contract. So shouldn't they beg me to be back?? I've proven my point no?



lmao wow bro i think u took it 2 far just to prove a point hahahahaha
See what raqibs started now !!
I Bet you wont be the last to folow in his footstep from now on .,
People will be like " Oh His done a Raqibul on Us Now Hasn`t he ? " lol :lol::lol:

Ajfar
March 15, 2010, 05:54 PM
2 years sounds too much, then media will twist it make it sound like this is Rakib's punishment for speaking up against BCB. BCB shouldn't have to ask rakib for an apology. he should use his head and ask for an apology from everyone specially his team mates and captain. Rather than banning him just don't choose him for the next couple series, let him play domestic cricket only, kind of like a cooling period.

riad
March 15, 2010, 06:17 PM
Don't just blame BCB for everything ......
They don't have right to drop Raqib??? or you think BCB should pick 100 players for a series so that no one is "ovimani".
BCB does many thing wrong but in this specific case they did nothing wrong and long term ban is warranetd for team spirit and discipline.
don't care about Raqib anymore .... same goes for Nafis, Dhiman and co.



2 years is absolutely ridiculous..that won't teach a thing..these things are going 2 happen with the players as long as these [..] are in bcb..that just seems like a personal revenge 2 me..bcb is really 2 blame here 4 this fiasco..the board could have really dealt with the situation better..and rokibul isnt the only player..these icl players left the same way..as long as bcb is there players are gonna pull off these stunts no matter what punishments they hand out..

zainab
March 15, 2010, 06:23 PM
Before doing this, we need to know why he made this bold decission.

Completely agree. we should hear Rock's side.Something snapped in him, he is only and probably felt very hurt by the treatment doled out to him. We all become very emotional at times. and i think that he did not think it through properly and made a rach decision. he should have spoken to his brother or another family member.

Tiger444
March 15, 2010, 06:27 PM
Don't just blame BCB for everything ......
They don't have right to drop Raqib??? or you think BCB should pick 100 players for a series so that no one is "ovimani".
BCB does many thing wrong but in this specific case they did nothing wrong and long term ban is warranetd for team spirit and discipline.
don't care about Raqib anymore .... same goes for Nafis, Dhiman and co.

What kind of message is this sending? To me its just for BCB to flex their muscles..Ya roqibul should have handled it better but now banning a good prospect like him for 2 years? Just ban him for maybe a series or 2 and, or fine him..just give a slap on the wrist..this is just a revenge act in my opinion..i blame bcb because they were the reason for the icl saga..they just seem 2 have bad communication with the players and they should fix that problem rather rather then showing power..with the current bcb we arent gonna improve..they are going 2 kill BD cricket..

MohammedC
March 15, 2010, 07:37 PM
2 years sounds too lenient to me. He should make a public apology for letting us down before a crucial Test series, otherwise he should be banned from international cricket for at least 5 years.

Miraz bhai 5 years is bit harsh for someone who is only 22 years old. He is to young to recieve this kind of punishment for what he did.

At 22 I did made a lots of mistakes (nothing cricket related). Thanks to my family who supported me and brought me back to the right path. I sometime think back and laugh at myself. How stupid I was those days.

Right now Rokib needs his families (family+BCB) support.

BCB should find other way of punishment.

For example anyone who does this kind of things should work as ground staff when not playing cricket for a short period.
Or going to different school to promote and teach young kids how to play cricket.

Tiger444
March 15, 2010, 07:56 PM
Miraz bhai 5 years is bit harsh for someone who is only 22 years old. He is to young to recieve this kind of punishment for what he did.

At 22 I did made a lots of mistakes (nothing cricket related). Thanks to my family who supported me and brought me back to the right path. I sometime think back and laugh at myself. How stupid I was those days.

Right now Rokib needs his families (family+BCB) support.

BCB should find other way of punishment.

For example anyone who does this kind of things should work as ground staff when not playing cricket for a short period.
Or going to different school to promote and teach young kids how to play cricket.

great post mohammadc..agree on what you said..

Ananna
March 15, 2010, 08:36 PM
I support 2 year ban from National team. He should be allowed to play domestic fixtures.

bujhee kom
March 15, 2010, 08:50 PM
Yeah totally...on a serious note, A 2 year enforced mandetory "Matha Nera" + + occasional isolation + electrical sensor device/zapper on the left foot (24/7) with a 10 minute per day supervised under armed lethal injection observation while being chained + masked leashed walking around a courtyard and then + 7 years cannot leave the country/fly parole should also be added to that. Tahole aro bhalo hoi ki bolen!!

tkandi4
March 15, 2010, 08:52 PM
In this particular case, I would blame the selectors first and then the Board. When selectors kept on giving repeated chance to Ash, Rokibul felt that he deserves the same treatment. We all wanted Rokibul to be dropped. When the selectors still included Rokibul, the Board had to do something. Had the selectors selected players based on performance, we could have avoided this mess. The Board did what we forum visitors wanted and now we are blaming the board?

If the selectors had any dignity, they all should have resigned for Board's interference with the selection.

bujhee kom
March 15, 2010, 08:54 PM
Tkandi bhai, these selectors have no mind, soul, shame or dignity!

Ajfar
March 15, 2010, 09:22 PM
I guess Rakib is our own little brett favre

al-Sagar
March 15, 2010, 09:30 PM
the minimum he should be out of contention upto WC 2011, after that lets see

BD Tigers
March 15, 2010, 11:16 PM
he shud be fined heavily, like 50% match fee for next 2/3 series, probation period for a year, and do some volunteer work like cricket coaching in schools.

cricket_pagol
March 16, 2010, 12:59 AM
the minimum he should be out of contention upto WC 2011, after that lets see

Guys, I don't think we should be that harsh on Roaqibul... He is just a 22 year old kids who got too emotional and vindictive and hence made a mistake. He deserves a second chance. Everybody deserves a second chance.

BTW, I do think that he deserve some form of punishment... may be a ban for a couple of months. If ICLers can come back to fold after a certain amount of cooling period, why can't Rock get a similar treatment.

Holden
March 16, 2010, 03:06 AM
I want to see what happens when he faces sakib...

On another note. end of 3rd day sakib was bowling last over and asked kayes to stand in close to the bat and he answerd I am scared... and Sakibs reply
"Dara koilam, fazlami koros (i am not sure this part but some thing like this). amer balley kono din bari khaisos? khali oi last ber chara... lol i thought it was funny...

Any chance you could translate this for me please,

cricman
March 16, 2010, 03:09 AM
Any chance you could translate this for me please,

Dara koilam, fazlami koros (i am not sure this part but some thing like this). amer balley kono din bari khaisos? khali oi last ber chara..

Stand there, you joke ... From my ball have you ever gotten hit? If you get hit

It was mostly Sarcasm

cricket_pagol
March 16, 2010, 03:38 AM
This is what I heard regarding that particular incident :)

Imrul is little hesitant to field at Silly point.

Shakib says "Amar ball-ey bhoi pash, amar ball ey jiboney lagse tor... ei life ei first, tao bam-haati spinner..."

Mushy "Are por, baccher chaite... "

Translation:
Shakib telling Imrul in a sarcastic "You are scared (to field at sillypoint) even with my bowling, did you ever get hit before... this is the first time in your life that you got hit due to a left arm spinner.

Mushy in an encouraging tone to Imrul "Get your gears on, life is ..."

nobody
March 16, 2010, 05:16 AM
How many years the backstabber ICLers were banned? Did he do more harm then ICLers? If ICLers got only six months then for his crime (?) six days with a sincere apology to fans and team mate would be enough

Slysaint
March 16, 2010, 05:28 AM
How many years the backstabber ICLers were banned? Did he do more harm then ICLers? If ICLers got only six months then for his crime (?) six days with a sincere apology to fans and team mate would be enough

cmon he is a kid, he made a very emotional mistake, we all have done such things. he was just impetuous thats all. This would just a life lesson which will help him grow to be a better person.

dolcevita
March 16, 2010, 05:31 AM
cmon he is a kid, he made a very emotional mistake, we all have done such things. he was just impetuous thats all. This would just a life lesson which will help him grow to be a better person.

that will also open the doors for this kind of behaviour in the future from other player

Slysaint
March 16, 2010, 05:36 AM
that will also open the doors for this kind of behaviour in the future from other player

perhaps but there is no need bash the guy over and over again. he is a kid he made a mistake we all make such mistakes. a stern memo is to be sent out regarding this issue and mash's issue, stating in no certain terms disciplinary measures will be taken if such occurs clearly stating what the penalties maybe. Plus BCB needs to be transparent, cover up in regards to mash's issue shouldnt happen. Players need to be told they are employed by the BCB and ultimately it is BCB's decision on who should represent.

tiger_club
March 16, 2010, 05:56 AM
Raqib did nothing wrong. In my view Lotus is the culprit, if anyone to apologise then Lotus should apologise and welcome him back. Next thing I want to see – Raqib playing the 2nd test. Sorry, Aftab ain’t any good at the moment and Imrul yet to play big knock.. give this guy a chance. We should forgive, forget and move on.. enough time wasted.

pichchi
March 16, 2010, 06:05 AM
Guys, just talked with my friend after he finished playing the test match and apparently, Lotus Kamal personally cut off Rokibul's name from the squad. And this is not the first time- Lotus, ever since being appointed BCB president, just walks into the dressingroom and takes the squad list, crosses off all the names, then writes down his own XI!!! All the players are pissed at him- Rokibul took a stance because he was being patronised for some time now....

Now I feel sorry for Roky... this Kamailla is going to destroy our cricket :mad:

tiger_club
March 16, 2010, 06:16 AM
http://www.cricinfo.com/magazine/content/story/450641.html

quote: SHAKIB HAS A COUPLE of additional hoops to jump through. For one thing, he is one of the youngest captains in Test annals. He is also the first world-beater to emerge from what was once East Pakistan, all but alone in his capacity to bring his benighted land a modicum of joy. Pressure, pressure, pressure, everywhere he looks. Witness that photo of him on one knee, purportedly begging forgiveness from Mustafa Kamal, his board president, after a loss to India. Somehow, he is still walking the walk and talking the talk.


I'm glad Raqib did the right thing. All players should protest against this Lotus guy.

Slysaint
March 16, 2010, 06:17 AM
Guys, just talked with my friend after he finished playing the test match and apparently, Lotus Kamal personally cut off Rokibul's name from the squad. And this is not the first time- Lotus, ever since being appointed BCB president, just walks into the dressingroom and takes the squad list, crosses off all the names, then writes down his own XI!!! All the players are pissed at him- Rokibul took a stance because he was being patronised for some time now....

Now I feel sorry for Roky... this Kamailla is going to destroy our cricket :mad:

you know i do not like lotus myself but these things without evidence is outrageous. these things needs to be brought forward with clear evidence.

2ndly as in with any company CEO president and the board has the ultimate decision on the make up of the company and he can have a say who does what project. BCB like it or not is a company. Its a semi private enterprise. if he did he did so within his right as a CEO

regardless two things are totally uncorrelated. if bangladesh is to develop one has to learn how companies work. and not cry about workers grievances at every turn.

thats what players are workers nothing more nothing less and cricket is the product, entertainment is the industry.

cricket_pagol
March 16, 2010, 07:35 AM
Guys, just talked with my friend after he finished playing the test match and apparently, Lotus Kamal personally cut off Rokibul's name from the squad. And this is not the first time- Lotus, ever since being appointed BCB president, just walks into the dressingroom and takes the squad list, crosses off all the names, then writes down his own XI!!! All the players are pissed at him- Rokibul took a stance because he was being patronised for some time now....

Now I feel sorry for Roky... this Kamailla is going to destroy our cricket :mad:

If true, this is quite alarming. But, without evidence these rumors cannot be taken seriously.

In any case, this Lotus guy is a huge problem for Bangladesh cricket.

auntu
March 16, 2010, 07:44 AM
There should be at least 12 months ban. Otherwise it would be a very bad example for others.

yaseer
March 16, 2010, 07:47 AM
Guys, just talked with my friend after he finished playing the test match and apparently, Lotus Kamal personally cut off Rokibul's name from the squad. And this is not the first time- Lotus, ever since being appointed BCB president, just walks into the dressingroom and takes the squad list, crosses off all the names, then writes down his own XI!!! All the players are pissed at him- Rokibul took a stance because he was being patronised for some time now....

Now I feel sorry for Roky... this Kamailla is going to destroy our cricket :mad:

For this line I do not take this statement as true. Lotus is corrupt but not that much of a fool.

zainab
March 16, 2010, 04:01 PM
There should be at least 12 months ban. Otherwise it would be a very bad example for others.

too harsh, my guess is that BCB will ban him from international cricket for about 6 months, but will allow him to play in domestic cricket.

Why are you guys so mad with Rock, he is a kid who did not think through the consequences properly. It seems that you guys have never done anything that you did not regret and paid some price. I know that I have done so, but one learns from one mistake and there is always a silver lining.

Give this kid a break.

czone
March 16, 2010, 10:17 PM
What happens if BCB let Roqibul back in international cricket and he is unable to perform and for good reason gets dropped from the team? What is the guarantee that he won't do what he did a week ago? And what happens if some other player do what Roqibul did? Is he (Roqibul) not guilty of desertion? What happens if some other players deserts the team before the second test match? Will that be ok?

BCB should take appropriate disciplinary measure in Roqibul's case, if not this kind of selfish behavior will set a very bad/damaging precedence.

al-Sagar
March 17, 2010, 06:23 AM
too harsh, my guess is that BCB will ban him from international cricket for about 6 months, but will allow him to play in domestic cricket.

Why are you guys so mad with Rock, he is a kid who did not think through the consequences properly. It seems that you guys have never done anything that you did not regret and paid some price. I know that I have done so, but one learns from one mistake and there is always a silver lining.

Give this kid a break.

yes, give the kid break, and he will only be back when he can prove he is a man. we don't want him to repeat his kid behavior in the team again.

godzilla
March 17, 2010, 07:33 AM
Finaly a wise decision. I don't know him personaly and can't comment on what kind of other work he is eligable for. If you ask me, cricket is a easy life out in Bangladesh when the economy is so bad at the current moment. WE CAN FINALY CLOSE THE CHAPTER ON HIS STUPID DRAMA FROM NO WHERE ...

BANFAN
March 17, 2010, 08:07 AM
A ban for this issue will be the most weird decision. Just to establish BCB's shechcha charita; shutting the route of any protest what so ever. We all know BCB is more inefficient and more corrupt than the players... if player's voice is closed in this manner, BCB will get more careless and more corrupt as a result.

I feel bad for those who shout everyday against BCB and supports a ban on Rakibul. The route Pak army controlled cricket board embraces; it ruined PAK cricket; it can only ruin our cricket.

Eshen
March 17, 2010, 08:30 AM
I don't have any sympathy for the drama queen. A 6 months ban sounds very reasonable. As I said earlier, BCB can't allow players to keep throwing hissy fits because they don't have a guaranteed place in the team.

reverse_swing
March 17, 2010, 09:00 AM
I don't have any sympathy for the drama queen. A 6 months ban sounds very reasonable. As I said earlier, BCB can't allow players to keep throwing hissy fits because they don't have a guaranteed place in the team.

Well said.

view360
March 17, 2010, 09:08 AM
Raquib will be reprimanded in order to avoid a bad precedence but that may not be a ban . It is more likely to be a monetary reprehension .

Beamer
March 17, 2010, 11:04 AM
Raquib will be reprimanded in order to avoid a bad precedence but that may not be a ban . It is more likely to be a monetary reprehension .

But, I thought he doesn't care about money as the checks go unclaimed?

They need to hand him sort of ban, just to set precedence, so players in future don't take such liberty.

BD-Shardul
March 17, 2010, 11:21 AM
But, I thought he doesn't care about money as the checks go unclaimed?

Do you believe in gajakhuri golpo of BCB and our Heera bhai?

Beamer
March 17, 2010, 11:32 AM
Do you believe in gajakhuri golpo of BCB and our Heera bhai?

No. I was being sarcastic.

Rabz
March 17, 2010, 11:58 AM
Nothing surprising that he wanted to come back.
Just goes to show his own mental status

Tiger444
March 17, 2010, 12:11 PM
him coming back proves he realized his mistake just leaving like that..im placing the blame on bcb for poor lack of communication with the players but next time roqibul can deal with a situation like this in a different way..but hes just a kid and everyone makes mistakes..people have done much worse things and they come back 2 play..if iclers can come back then why not roqibul? At least he did not throw his teammates under the bus with his words unlike aftab and sn..bcb is like a cancer and will never realize their mistakes..so people thinking this wont happen again by banning him, then thats wishful thinking..as long as lotus is there, players are gonna pull off stunts like this..if you dont get to the bottom of the problems and just pretend this is going 2 end problems, then problems are going 2 happen again..

bura
March 17, 2010, 12:11 PM
what #140 and #141 said. But should not be what #142 said. He should not be allowed to buy time with money.

auntu
March 17, 2010, 12:22 PM
Raqib has bad temperament to swallow criticism. He would have to face plenty of awkward situation after his re-entry in the team. As Shardul mentioned earlier he is not mentally strong enough to handle the adverse situation.

So for his own benefit he should have a break for at least 6 months in international 2/3 months domestic ban.

Take SN present situation as example. He was chosen for BD's AUS tour. Now after ICL drama he is not getting any spot in the national squad. He is not performing in the domestic also.

I see bad days are waiting for drama king.

Tiger444
March 17, 2010, 12:28 PM
Raqib has bad temperament to swallow criticism. He would have to face plenty of awkward situation after his re-entry in the team. As Shardul mentioned earlier he is not mentally strong enough to handle the adverse situation.

So for his own benefit he should have a break for at least 6 months in international 2/3 months domestic ban.

Take SN present situation as example. He was chosen for BD's AUS tour. Now after ICL drama he is not getting any spot in the national squad. He is not performing in the domestic also.

I see bad days are waiting for drama king.

SN and Roqibul's situations are way different..how are you comparing these 2? Sn went to the icl for a long time and from what i heard he really did not want 2 come back until icl shut down..so he was out 4 a long time..and he mite come back..and he just got 3 matches in the ncl so how can you say hes not performing? You gotta give him more time..roqibul just retired and coming bak already, so its not that hes had a huge break of cricket..i dont know why your comparing the 2..pretty silly..

Fazal
March 17, 2010, 01:41 PM
He wish to go all of a sudden deserting his teammates, and then he suddenly wish to come back again (with out apologiing the real vicitms of his action here i.e. his team mates, coach, the fans)....
as if "mamur barir abdar".
But forgetting Mami can chase him down with a lathi...
"Chol Chol Chol...
Mamar bari Chol...
Mama Dilo Didh Bhat
Pet Bhorey Khao...
(Kintu) Mami elo Lathi neye
Palayee Palayee..."

Fazal
March 17, 2010, 01:46 PM
Actually Rakibul's case was more serious than mashrafee and SN.

Mashrafee left after knowing he will nbot be included.

SN left before joining with the team in the hotel and requested a series off not retirement. Plus he tried to give a more reasonable cause even though he may have other motive and requested little bit too late.

HereWeGo
March 17, 2010, 01:49 PM
According to Raqibs own admission, his stance was mainly cuz he was dropped from the squad. He did not mention anything abt Lotus Kamal.....Also as I mentioned before Sakib never admitted to beg for forgiveness to Mr Kamal either. The point I am trying to make is that a lot of post from a lot of Forumers are somehow Politicizing each and every incident. Lotus Kamal who clearly is not a nice guy and is charged with corruption in the past definately do not deserve to be near the cricket board however it is equally wrong to charge someone of crimes he did not commit.

reyme
March 17, 2010, 01:53 PM
If he would have retired after playing the 1st test and gave his best, made a half/century and then retired that would show a real class act. Raquib really let his team down here. His attitude is like "I got into the team after a practice match performance, I showed them, now I wont play, so beg me to come back"....this is a punishable offense.

Man you are no Great yet. You are a Raquib and act like one. You are no T20 material, accept it and move on or first prove it otherwise.

reyme
March 17, 2010, 01:57 PM
Well said Fazal.

auntu
March 17, 2010, 02:02 PM
Actually Rakibul's case was more serious than mashrafee and SN.

Mashrafee left after knowing he will nbot be included.

SN left before joining with the team in the hotel and requested a series off not retirement. Plus he tried to give a more reasonable cause even though he may have other motive and requested little bit too late.
Well said Mamu.

auntu
March 17, 2010, 02:05 PM
SN and Roqibul's situations are way different..how are you comparing these 2? Sn went to the icl for a long time and from what i heard he really did not want 2 come back until icl shut down..so he was out 4 a long time..and he mite come back..and he just got 3 matches in the ncl so how can you say hes not performing? You gotta give him more time..roqibul just retired and coming bak already, so its not that hes had a huge break of cricket..i dont know why your comparing the 2..pretty silly..
You missed the point. SN was in the squad and after coming back from ICL he struggling to get a position in the team. Raqibul's return might face the same thing.

Nobody can stop the time.

Kana-Baba
March 17, 2010, 02:16 PM
Actually Rakibul's case was more serious than mashrafee and SN.

Mashrafee left after knowing he will nbot be included.

SN left before joining with the team in the hotel and requested a series off not retirement. Plus he tried to give a more reasonable cause even though he may have other motive and requested little bit too late.

on the contrary Rakibul's approach was more methodical than those two guys.

camrul786
March 17, 2010, 02:23 PM
SO HAV THEY BANNED RAQIB OR NOT?
and why did he go on sick for? Hes mediocre....
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Fazal
March 17, 2010, 02:32 PM
We don't need players like rakibul in T20 unless he changes.

We need a stabilized force in our fragile batting order, thats where Rakibul would bring value in ODI.

In test, definitley we need players like him.

But by the time when he comes back it may be too late as that "team need" may already be addressed by other players.

Ofcourse there is "IFs", but more time goes by without Rakibul, most likely it will be hard for him to come come back specially as he is considered to fill a specific specialized role and that role becomes more dominent only when team collapse.

How Rakibul's need (in th team) may be be minimized over time ( 6+ moths)?

- If Junaid continue to play the way he played in 2nd TEST. i.e. a patient innings.
- If Rahim continue to play the way he is playing right now.
- if Riyad and Naeem are used in the middle order and he continue to grow
- If Shuvo, and other newer players (whoever comes next 6+ months) show growth
- When Sakib get his form back (in batting)
- If Imrul matures further
- And the wild card.... if one of the Ash/Aftab/Alok regain his form back.

If some of these if's works out, it will be harder for him to come back so quickly.
The thing is in this world, we say "X is irreplacable" or " "Y is irreplacable", but in reality, nobody is irreplacable. Everybody is replacable over time.

And as Auntu mantioned, time is Rakibul's main enemy.

Fazal
March 17, 2010, 02:40 PM
on the contrary Rakibul's approach was more methodical than those two guys.

Sure...methodical... but targetting wrong direction ...

he tried to make maximu impact and make a point.... he did it all right... however due to wrong direction harm is done to the bystanders... who have mnothing to do with his "injustice done to him" (according to him)

And most likely thats why he is in more diffult situation than the other two, its not the BCB, its his team mates, coach and fans... that where he need to give attention even after when comes back to team.

So yeas methodical.... but wrong plan ... and more harmful to his career.

bangalee20
March 17, 2010, 02:40 PM
I am very for his return. He had the GUTS to make his points. Our Selectors are MORONS. Still don't understand why they chose Rubel over Shafiul.

bangalee20
March 17, 2010, 02:46 PM
If true, this is quite alarming. But, without evidence these rumors cannot be taken seriously.

In any case, this Lotus guy is a huge problem for Bangladesh cricket.

Lotus is a CONVICTED Felon. http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P1-86515812.html
He got elected 'cuz he has money he is an Awami Leaguer. This is a shame for BCB. This Lotus guy is clueless when selecting right kind of players against powerful team like England.

biddut
March 17, 2010, 03:14 PM
Board should hit him, where it huts more. MONEY AND PROBATION.

auntu
March 17, 2010, 03:31 PM
Originally Posted by Fazal

How Rakibul's need (in th team) may be be minimized over time ( 6+ moths)?

- If Junaid continue to play the way he played in 2nd TEST. i.e. a patient innings.
- If Rahim continue to play the way he is playing right now.
- if Riyad and Naeem are used in the middle order and he continue to grow
- If Shuvo, and other newer players (whoever comes next 6+ months) show growth
- When Sakib get his form back (in batting)
- If Imrul matures further
- And the wild card.... if one of the Ash/Aftab/Alok regain his form back.


Good one Mamu.

Raqibul's quitting might turn to blessing in disguise. ICL exodus gave us Riyad and Naeem. Now the drama king is giving us the perfect senario to make their (Riyad and Naeem) place strong.

Riyad's promotion to no#5 is giving him plenty of time to settle down and also giving the team a balance. He is becoming more mature day by day.

Naeem has shown some glimpses of his capacity as a batsman. He needs to be promoted up to settle down and he can adjust with the situation and can become a very good test prospect.

Mushy is playing real consistant cricket.

We need:

- Zunaid to settle down the way he batted in his last innings.
- Shakib's luck and some brain work at the beginning of his innings.
- Yes as you mentioned Imrul's maturity.
- A new WK? Doesn't matter if he can't bat.

KnightBD
March 17, 2010, 08:57 PM
Did anybody notice the news in eprothom-alo on Rakibul's comeback letter to BCB? The news is not available in prothom-alo!

http://www.eprothomalo.com/index.php?opt=view&page=22&date=2010-03-18
"BCB-ke Rabibul-ar Chithi"

So it is official that Rakibul wants to come back to cricket. Good decision, I would say.

abu2abu
March 18, 2010, 04:26 AM
They should just fine him. Yes, the bcb need to take a stance on player discipline but we also don't have many batsmen as promising as rokibul. A 2 year (or even 1 year) ban seems draconian. A large fine and perhaps a short ban (6 months) is more than fair.

On a personal note, Rokibul needs to be less emotional and more mature. This is a professional sport for men, you have to roll with the punches, not throw your toys out of the pram...

Antora
March 18, 2010, 05:36 AM
I have lost all respect for Rakibul.
I don't want to see his face in the team!

BANFAN
March 18, 2010, 05:40 AM
Some are very weired... no fine, no ban, nothing at all. If he deserves a place by his merit, take him in or else leave him alone.

Before you recommend any action against him...please quote th elaw he has violated...leave emotions aside please.

nura43
March 18, 2010, 05:42 AM
Its good that he has shown his intention to come back. But lets see what BCB decides about his come-back process. I think Mr. Lotus and his group in BCB will try to make it complex for Rock.

zainab
March 18, 2010, 05:53 AM
If Lotus does not like him and has targetted him, there is no chance for Rock, they will probably ban him from the international team for a year, but may allow him to play domestic cricket.

But in light of the guys who left at a crucial time to play in the ICL and a few of them has been welcomed back into the fold, they should give him a lighter sentence, but at that time Lotus was not around. I feel sorry now for all the players, because if this Lotus guy has such power, then it will destroy BD cricket.

auntu
March 18, 2010, 10:55 AM
Did anybody notice the news in eprothom-alo on Rakibul's comeback letter to BCB? The news is not available in prothom-alo!

http://www.eprothomalo.com/index.php?opt=view&page=22&date=2010-03-18
"BCB-ke Rabibul-ar Chithi"

So it is official that Rakibul wants to come back to cricket. Good decision, I would say.
No it was.
I read it.

Fazal
March 18, 2010, 12:04 PM
You don't need "law and rules" to disect the event, you need to use your common sense.


Give me a job where when you are assigned to the most important project and you accepted the challenge and after kick-off meeting suddenly you decided to quit without giving proper 2 week's notice. Your project team mates including your project manager tried their best to stop you from doing this sucide act.

But you didn't listen, you let them work extra hours to meet the fist milestone without you; and they did it without able to replace your slot as there was not enough time.

In top of that you call a press conference to announce that: you have done that to teach a lesson to your ******* boss a lesson (not your Project Manager, but the real Boss in metrix system) .

Now after one week later, you changed your mind. Not only you want to join the same company, you also want to return to that same high profile project and work with your ex-project team who you left "high and dry" when they were counting on your servive a week ago. And you want your job back (in the project) without apologizing to your project manager, project team or the client who was heavily involved in that project.

Tell me where you can get that kind of Employer? Even in fast food restaurant, they will not take you back.

Yes I am still a rakibul believer, and I still believe he can give us back something special in future. I actually like him. But that is not the issue here.

But there is reason why people say....."You do the crime, you do the time". Rakibul need to pay price before he comes back.

The only question is NOT "Why?" but "How much is reasonable?"

Eshen
March 18, 2010, 12:22 PM
^^ Again, well said Mamu.

akabir77
March 18, 2010, 12:44 PM
top class mamu^^^

WarWolf
March 18, 2010, 12:46 PM
Top post Mamu. I think you have said it all.

alibangali
March 18, 2010, 12:49 PM
You don't need "law and rules" to disect the event, you need to use your common sense.


Give me a job where when you are assigned to the most important project and you accepted the challenge and after kick-off meeting suddenly you decided to quit without giving proper 2 week's notice. Your project team mates including your project manager tried their best to stop you from doing this sucide act.

But you didn't listen, you let them work extra hours to meet the fist milestone without you; and they did it without able to replace your slot as there was not enough time.

In top of that you call a press conference to announce that: you have done that to teach a lesson to your ******* boss a lesson (not your Project Manager, but the real Boss in metrix system) .

Now after one week later, you changed your mind. Not only you want to join the same company, you also want to return to that same high profile project and work with your ex-project team who you left "high and dry" when they were counting on your servive a week ago. And you want your job back (in the project) without apologizing to your project manager, project team or the client who was heavily involved in that project.

Tell me where you can get that kind of Employer? Even in fast food restaurant, they will not take you back.

Yes I am still a rakibul believer, and I still believe he can give us back something special in future. I actually like him. But that is not the issue here.

But there is reason why people say....."You do the crime, you do the time". Rakibul need to pay price before he comes back.

The only question is NOT "Why?" but "How much is reasonable?"

Well put. Had he done this say after the ODi series than the act would have been different. He wanted a big impact he got that now he needs to face thr consequences. Every single thing act we commit has a consequence. He commited the offence as a proffesional international cricketer when he was in the team and he decided to abandon his comrades. His punishment needs to reflect this.
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tkandi4
March 18, 2010, 01:09 PM
Can his teammates trust him?

A ton in a practice match and that's how you behave? What would he do when he makes a ton in real game?

He didn't listen to his teammates, his captain, his parents, his coach (who calls him the future of BD cricket). He wanted to hurt the team and BD to make his point.

An exemplary punishment would be a good lesson for him in his life and BD cricket. We would fine with or without him. He is no Tendulkar or Pointing.

RazabQ
March 18, 2010, 04:50 PM
Gotta agree with Fazal there, though I'd add that caveat "You had to prove your qualifications twice over for this project role because the matrix boss is a son of a so-and-so and this has left you bitter"

IanW
March 19, 2010, 01:15 AM
What Fazal said.

bujhee kom
March 19, 2010, 01:24 AM
Fazal Mama is not only a joka, he is indeed a genuine, true wise man!!!

riankhan
March 19, 2010, 02:10 AM
You don't need "law and rules" to disect the event, you need to use your common sense.

Give me a job where when you are assigned to the most important project and you accepted the challenge and after kick-off meeting suddenly you decided to quit without giving proper 2 week's notice. Your project team mates including your project manager tried their best to stop you from doing this sucide act.

But you didn't listen, you let them work extra hours to meet the fist milestone without you; and they did it without able to replace your slot as there was not enough time.

In top of that you call a press conference to announce that: you have done that to teach a lesson to your ******* boss a lesson (not your Project Manager, but the real Boss in metrix system) .

Now after one week later, you changed your mind. Not only you want to join the same company, you also want to return to that same high profile project and work with your ex-project team who you left "high and dry" when they were counting on your servive a week ago. And you want your job back (in the project) without apologizing to your project manager, project team or the client who was heavily involved in that project.

Tell me where you can get that kind of Employer? Even in fast food restaurant, they will not take you back.

Yes I am still a rakibul believer, and I still believe he can give us back something special in future. I actually like him. But that is not the issue here.

But there is reason why people say....."You do the crime, you do the time". Rakibul need to pay price before he comes back.

The only question is NOT "Why?" but "How much is reasonable?"

But why we r forgetting abt loitta?
He is drowning our Cricket with incidents......1 after another

Fazal
March 19, 2010, 09:11 AM
But why we r forgetting abt loitta?
He is drowning our Cricket with incidents......1 after another

That is different issue. Loitta has his own fault, but not everything that is going wrong in BD cricket is ALL loitta's fault.

One "wrong" doesn't make another "wrong" right. We should say a "Spade" a "Spade" without our biassness towards/against anyone.

riankhan
March 19, 2010, 09:29 AM
That is different issue. Loitta has his own fault, but not everything that is going wrong in BD cricket is ALL loitta's fault.

One "wrong" doesn't make another "wrong" right. We should say a "Spade" a "Spade" without our biassness towards/against anyone.

He should be punished for his deeds, example needs to be set....thats for sure.
Both for Rock n Loitta

But...Abt Rock....I feel for him as well, when I see:

1. An unfair treatment towards u comparing to Ash, despite of better performance...
2. Most powerful person cutting down ur name while u have backing from team/management
3. A 22 years old emotional kid

But...yah...he still should be punished.

auntu
March 19, 2010, 01:41 PM
Another top post Mamu.
We bhaignas are happy. :D

Peace
March 19, 2010, 03:47 PM
You don't need "law and rules" to disect the event, you need to use your common sense.


Give me a job where when you are assigned to the most important project and you accepted the challenge and after kick-off meeting suddenly you decided to quit without giving proper 2 week's notice. Your project team mates including your project manager tried their best to stop you from doing this sucide act.

But you didn't listen, you let them work extra hours to meet the fist milestone without you; and they did it without able to replace your slot as there was not enough time.

In top of that you call a press conference to announce that: you have done that to teach a lesson to your ******* boss a lesson (not your Project Manager, but the real Boss in metrix system) .

Now after one week later, you changed your mind. Not only you want to join the same company, you also want to return to that same high profile project and work with your ex-project team who you left "high and dry" when they were counting on your servive a week ago. And you want your job back (in the project) without apologizing to your project manager, project team or the client who was heavily involved in that project.

Tell me where you can get that kind of Employer? Even in fast food restaurant, they will not take you back.

Yes I am still a rakibul believer, and I still believe he can give us back something special in future. I actually like him. But that is not the issue here.

But there is reason why people say....."You do the crime, you do the time". Rakibul need to pay price before he comes back.

The only question is NOT "Why?" but "How much is reasonable?"

He was depressed.
He was depressed because of the distress he suffered due to the treatment he received from loota kamal.

If someone is depressed, he is not expected to behave reasonably because he loses the mental capacity to make such reasonable decision.

Severe depression is also classed as mental disability and BCB was too harsh not to consider his disability while handed him the punishment. And, the termination of his contract is unlawful under disability discrimination act. Disabled people can not be treated less favourably in comparison to those who are not disabled, eg, Mashrafe .

I think he should see a psychologist and a solicitor and sue BCB.

Eshen
March 20, 2010, 03:12 PM
[বাংলা]‘আমি ভুল করেছিলাম’

সবাইকে চমকে দিয়ে অবসর নিয়ে ফেলেছিলেন, সেই রেশ কাটতে না-কাটতেই আবার নিয়েছেন ফিরে আসার সিদ্ধান্ত। বোর্ডের কেন্দ্রীয় চুক্তি বাতিল এবং তিন মাসের নিষেধাজ্ঞা পাওয়ার পরদিন রকিবুল হাসান জানালেন তাঁর অবসর, ফিরে আসা আর ভবিষ্যত্ পরিকল্পনা নিয়ে...

আবার তো ক্রিকেটে ফিরছেন, কেমন লাগছে?
রকিবুল হাসান: ভালো, খুব ভালো লাগছে। দেশের হয়ে খেলতে কে না চায়, এর চেয়ে বড় সম্মানের আর কী আছে? আবার দেশের হয়ে খেলতে পারব ভেবেই ভালো লাগছে।

কিন্তু এই সম্মানটা তো নিজের হাতেই ছুড়ে ফেলেছিলেন, সবাইকে অবাক করে দিয়ে অবসর নিয়ে নিলেন...
রকিবুল: আসলে আবেগের বশবর্তী হয়ে মানুষ কত কিছুই তো করে। আর মানুষের জীবনে ভুলও হয়। আমি ভুল করেছিলাম, ইমোশনাল হয়ে বড় একটা সিদ্ধান্ত নিয়েছিলাম। ইমোশনাল হয়ে এমন সিদ্ধান্ত নিয়ে আমি বড় একটা ভুল করেছিলাম।

ভুলটা কখন বুঝতে পারলেন? ফিরে আসার ইচ্ছাটা জাগল কখন?
রকিবুল: তিন-চার দিন পরই। আর ক্রিকেট খেলব না ভাবতেই খুব মন খারাপ লাগছিল, কেমন ফাঁকা ফাঁকা লাগছিল। বাবা-মা, ভাইবোনেরা যখন বোঝাল তখন মনে হচ্ছিল, কী করলাম। দেশের প্রতিনিধিত্ব করা একটা বিশাল ব্যাপার, আর আমি সুযোগ পেয়েও নিলাম না, খুব খারাপ লাগছিল। অনেক সাবেক ক্রিকেটার, সাবেক অধিনায়কেরাও ফোন করে কথা বলেছেন।

অবসর নেওয়ার কারণটা আসলে কী ছিল, আগে যেমন বলেছিলেন তেমনটাই কি?
রকিবুল: হ্যাঁ, তাই। আসলে দল থেকে বাদ পড়লে কার না খারাপ লাগে বলুন? টি-টোয়েন্টির দল থেকে বাদ পড়লাম, ওয়ানডে দলে জায়গা হলো না, মনটা খারাপ হয়ে গিয়েছিল। নিয়মিত ক্রিকেটার হয়েও যদি দলে না থাকি, তাহলে কি ভালো লাগে? খুব বেশি হতাশ হয়ে পড়েছিলাম।

আপনি অবসর নেওয়ার পর তো আপনার পরিবারের সবারও মন খারাপ হয়ে গিয়েছিল...
রকিবুল: তা তো হবেই, পরিবারের একটা ছেলে দেশের হয়ে খেললে সবারই গর্ব থাকে। অবসর নেওয়ার পর সবাই আমার পাশে ছিল, সবাই অনেক বুঝিয়েছে যে আমার সিদ্ধান্তটা মনে হয় ঠিক না।

সতীর্থদের সঙ্গে যোগাযোগ হয়নি?
রকিবুল: হ্যাঁ, সবার সঙ্গেই কথা হয়েছে। আমার ফিরে আসার একটা কারণ এটাও। সবাই আমাকে অনেক বুঝিয়েছে, বলেছে ‘তুই অনেক ভালো খেলোয়াড়, কেন ছাড়বি’ এসব।

ফিরে আসার সিদ্ধান্ত নেওয়ার পর কথা হয়নি?
রকিবুল: হয়েছে, সবাই বলেছে ভালো করেছিস।

বাংলাদেশ ইংল্যান্ডের সঙ্গে সিরিজ খেলছে, আপনারও তো এর অংশ হওয়ার কথা ছিল। খারাপ লাগছে না?
রকিবুল: চট্টগ্রাম টেস্ট দেখেছি টিভিতে, আজও (কাল) দেখেছি। দলের বাইরে থাকলে তো খারাপ লাগারই কথা। মাঠের ক্রিকেট, প্র্যাকটিস, মাঠের বাইরের আবহ, দলের পরিবেশ, সবাই মিলে মজা করা, সবকিছুই খুব মিস করছি।

ক্রিকেট বোর্ড তো চুক্তি বাতিলসহ তিন মাস দলে নিষিদ্ধ করল। আপনার প্রতিক্রিয়া কী?
রকিবুল: একজন খেলোয়াড়ের জন্য মাঠের বাইরে বসে থাকার মতো কষ্টের কাজ আর নেই, তিন মাস তো অনেক সময়। তার পরও আমি এটাকে ইতিবাচক দৃষ্টিতেই দেখছি। ক্রিকেট বোর্ড বাংলাদেশ ক্রিকেটের অভিভাবক, অবশ্যই ক্রিকেটের ভালো চায় তারা। নিশ্চয়ই ভেবেচিন্তে ক্রিকেটের ভালোর জন্যই এই সিদ্ধান্ত নিয়েছে তারা।

ইংল্যান্ডে ওয়ানডে সিরিজের আগেই নিষেধাজ্ঞার মেয়াদকাল শেষ হবে, ওই সিরিজেই ফেরার আশা করছেন?
রকিবুল: আসলে আমি কোনো লক্ষ্য ঠিক করছি না। কবে ফিরতে পারব জানি না, শুধু জানি যত তাড়াতাড়ি সম্ভব ফিরতে হবে।[/বাংলা]

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