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WarWolf
March 14, 2010, 07:07 AM
Currently our national team is declining in all the sectors including pace bowling, spin bowling, wicket keeping, fielding and even in batting ( Except some of the batsmen like Tamim and Riyad). It's not practical to keep high profile coaches for all these sectors for a national team. We must not forget that we have World Cup 2010 starting in less than one year. An alternative solution can be periodic camps for these sectors by high profile coaches. This would be helpful for not only the national team players but also the A team, Academy team and U19 team players.

For Pace bowling, we can bring some one like Andy Roberts once a year for short term like 3 weeks. Roberts played a very important role in nurturing Mashrafee when he was drafted into the national side prematurely. Currently we have Mashrafee, Rubel, Shafiul, Shahadat, Nazmul being considered for the national team. Rubel and Shafiul are very raw and would definitely be benefited by this coaching. Even with some experience, Mash, Shahadat and Nazmul would be benefited by it, I am pretty much sure. We have Talha Jubair, Dollar Mahmud, Syed Rasel, Shahzada, Ziaur Rahman, Mahbubul Alam Robin outside the national team but can be considered in near future. U19 pacers like Alauddin Babu, Abul Hasan and Kamrul would also be benefited from it.

We need to bring someone like Warne, Bedi, Abdul Qadir or Saqlain Mushtaq for a 3 weeks spin camp every year. This would not only help the current national players but also would help uprising spinners like Saqlain Sajib, Sohorwardi Shuvo, Noor Hossain.

Wicket keeping became a matter of concern. Bringing some good X keeper like Gilchrist, Boucher for a 2 weeks training camp would be a great move.

For fielding we need to bring some one like Rhodes for a 1 week camp. This would help the players to master the techniques in fielding.

But the question is "Is BCB wise enough to try it"?

kalpurush
March 14, 2010, 07:33 AM
But the question is "Is BCB wise enough to try it"?
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al-Sagar
March 14, 2010, 07:39 AM
what is WASIM AKRAM upto ??? after IPL.... is he available after IPL ??? the choice for pacers. also amy be vaas or pollock

warne, gilchrist ... ... ... what are they doing when there is no IPL ??? ??? spinners and WK

robin singh ??? fielding... ... ...

WarWolf
March 14, 2010, 07:41 AM
what is WASIM AKRAM upto ??? after IPL.... is he available after IPL ??? the choice for pacers. also amy be vaas or pollock

warne, gilchrist ... ... ... what are they doing when there is no IPL ??? ??? spinners and WK

robin singh ??? fielding... ... ...

A lot of options for all the departments. The only thing that is needed is the willingness and wish to spend money on it.

kiriket
March 14, 2010, 10:46 AM
Ya there should be 6 man pool for Asst coach. take V. Richards, A. Donald, W. Akram and G. Sobbers, Gilli and Alan Border as asst. coach of Bangladesh. THere will be J. Rhodes and De silva as fielding coach. And head coach will be S. Tendulkar for top order, J. Miyandad for Later order, G. Macgrath for Pace and M. Muralidharan for Spin bowling.

I dont understand why BCB dont go for this pool, it will help our cricket. I dond understand these moronic officials. Lets kill them.

_Rafi_
March 14, 2010, 02:28 PM
Ya there should be 6 man pool for Asst coach. take V. Richards, A. Donald, W. Akram and G. Sobbers, Gilli and Alan Border as asst. coach of Bangladesh. THere will be J. Rhodes and De silva as fielding coach. And head coach will be S. Tendulkar for top order, J. Miyandad for Later order, G. Macgrath for Pace and M. Muralidharan for Spin bowling.

I dont understand why BCB dont go for this pool, it will help our cricket. I dond understand these moronic officials. Lets kill them.

I think Brian Lara would be better coach than Sachin for BD. Most of our top order batsmen are left handed so he can help us.
Btw these coaches u mention are too expensive for bd. We should try someone who is cheap but effective. No more Sl coaches too.

WarWolf
March 14, 2010, 02:30 PM
I think Brian Lara would be better coach than Sachin for BD. Most of our top order batsmen are left handed so he can help us.
Btw these coaches u mention are too expensive for bd. We should try someone who is cheap but effective. No more Sl coaches too.

He was joking.

Zeeshan
March 14, 2010, 02:32 PM
To me this looks like a very neat idea, but the thing is do we have funds for this sort of arrangements?

WarWolf
March 14, 2010, 02:37 PM
To me this looks like a very neat idea, but the thing is do we have funds for this sort of arrangements?

Brother, cricket is a business. Unless you invest you won't have good returns. Look at the indians. We also have very good population which means a good team will return good money.

I believe that it won't be that costly. You need to pay 1 M USD at most for bringing 5 good coaches for 3 weeks once a year at maximum which is not much I believe.

Zunaid
March 14, 2010, 02:38 PM
Ya there should be 6 man pool for Asst coach. take V. Richards, A. Donald, W. Akram and G. Sobbers, Gilli and Alan Border as asst. coach of Bangladesh. THere will be J. Rhodes and De silva as fielding coach. And head coach will be S. Tendulkar for top order, J. Miyandad for Later order, G. Macgrath for Pace and M. Muralidharan for Spin bowling.

I dont understand why BCB dont go for this pool, it will help our cricket. I dond understand these moronic officials. Lets kill them.

Or .. Take these same people and replace the team with them. We should start to win.

bujhee kom
March 14, 2010, 04:20 PM
Ya there should be 6 man pool for Asst coach. take V. Richards, A. Donald, W. Akram and G. Sobbers, Gilli and Alan Border as asst. coach of Bangladesh. THere will be J. Rhodes and De silva as fielding coach. And head coach will be S. Tendulkar for top order, J. Miyandad for Later order, G. Macgrath for Pace and M. Muralidharan for Spin bowling.

I dont understand why BCB dont go for this pool, it will help our cricket. I dond understand these moronic officials. Lets kill them.

Kintu bhai, thou shall not killeth thy BCB bad men....and also then we will have to be on the run for the rest of life from the law/RAB or we will go to jail or be hanged!! Then what are we gonna do?

zainab
March 14, 2010, 05:24 PM
BCB does not want to spend the money to have these training camps, which I think is very crucial.

I dont think BD has any international commitments after the 20/20 WC and England tour, so that time will be a great opportunity for these camps. they need bowling, FIELDING, wicket keeping and bowling. Siddons is the main person who can make BCB do this if they want BD to progress to the super eight stage in the WC 2011.

yaseer
March 14, 2010, 07:28 PM
Ya, training camps are always helpful. But this is not going to give us the solution of current problems.

What about the culture of our cricket? What about the institutional learning process of the game? After playing around 10 years of Test cricket, still we opt to bowl first in hot summer in a dead pitch. These are the knowledge which a cricketing nation learns from experience by passing it from one generation to another. Players, Coaches, Board Members all are part of this institutional learning process. We have nothing in this area. All making same mistakes from the beginning and it seems a never ending loop.

WarWolf
March 15, 2010, 09:06 AM
Ya, training camps are always helpful. But this is not going to give us the solution of current problems.

What about the culture of our cricket? What about the institutional learning process of the game? After playing around 10 years of Test cricket, still we opt to bowl first in hot summer in a dead pitch. These are the knowledge which a cricketing nation learns from experience by passing it from one generation to another. Players, Coaches, Board Members all are part of this institutional learning process. We have nothing in this area. All making same mistakes from the beginning and it seems a never ending loop.
For institutional learning process there has to be some well form institution. Unfortunately BCB doesn't seem to be even any institution at all. So please stop expecting that.

auntu
March 15, 2010, 12:39 PM
Andy Roberts is a good choice as a fast bowling coach.

Saqlain Mushtaq can be a very good idea for the spinners.

JS is a good batting coach.

We need someone for the fielding coach. Former SL fielding coach Trevor Chappel? ;) :D lol

zainab
March 19, 2010, 06:24 AM
These boys need to work harder, and they need coaches who will make them do that, they are still babies. Also, the fitness trainer has a lot to do with this, more work in the gym and more running and sliding on the field. I have been watching some great fielding in the IPL< but of course, they have good money to pay specialist coaches.