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firstlane
June 25, 2010, 10:06 PM
I know a similar thread is open currently but I wanted to open this thread since our England tour.

I am sure at the current situation we all agree that we need a coach with winning formula. Even Jamie Siddons fans will agree on that I believe. We all know BCB wont replace him until the WC but here in BC, we cant wait till they start looking for a new coach. We have to get our shortlist ready. So lets start with figuring out what qualities you want in our next national coach first-

Firstly, I believe we need a coach with good track record in caoching, not just as a player who has some win under his belt. He also has to be a good motivator as we are a young team. Better if he was captain of a good side. I also believe he has to posses a somewhat rigid personality which is very important in our subcontinent cultures where politics come in to play. Another important aspect is communitaion. The coach has to understand the people and culture of this country in oder to communicate to the players properly. The language barrier alos has been highlighted previously betweeen our players and overseas coaches. What else? I cant think of any other major ones at the moment. Please list the qualities you want in your reply.

Now, who is your pick? I have a personal choice and its Sourav Ganguly. I am not a big india fan and i know Ganguly never coached a team but I admire his leadership quality and the way he changed the indian team. I believe his experience as a captain can make up his lack of coaching experience. Teams now a days appoint specialist batting, bowling & fielding coaches anyway. Ganguly took over the leadership when indian cricket was in disarray with match fixing scandals and he gave the team a winning habit both domestically and internationally. I heard the stories about him backing up the young players. He took a stand for the players he wanted in his team and he got the best out of them. The likes of Shehwag, Zaheer, Harbhajan & Yuvraj always acknowledged his contribution to build up their career. For example, he assured Shewag of playing 30 ODIs when came into the team. Because of this he had a good authirity over his team which we desparately need in our coach 'cause our players sometimes recquire a little bit of 'danda' as they tend to be reluctant sometimes. He will also be able to communicate better as he knows our culture and speaks the same language. I guess he will retire from playing cricket after next IPL and hopefully he wont mind taking over the position of a head coach of a national team if we can pay him upto his expectation.

Having said that all, I know that BCB will never appoint him 'cause then they wouldnt want someone with such strong personality to reduce of their share of sheer power. But thats just a wish I have as I desperately want our team to play upto its potential and win matches.

Please share who you think would be best as our coach and why. I am waiting to hear your exciting opinions.

Go Tigers.

unda_bhai
June 25, 2010, 10:16 PM
Miraz.

Dilscoop
June 25, 2010, 10:32 PM
My choice would be Steve Waugh. Good captain, good batsman, good fielder, decent bowler as well. He motivated Australia and won WC99 to shut up the media.

firstlane
June 25, 2010, 10:34 PM
Miraz.

Withdrawn. Appology.

Ajfar
June 25, 2010, 10:36 PM
Miraz.

Look I know that you don't agree with Miraz bhai's opinion and he doesn't agree with yours. But that doesn't mean you need to take this personally and have a go at him every chance you can. Discuss things where it needs to be discussed, and discuss it the way its suppose to be discuss.

Tiger444
June 25, 2010, 10:40 PM
seriously? Another thread on this topic? Come on what's the point of this? It's getting really annoying now at how people want a different coach..we have 2 accept the fact that Siddons will be the coach and there's nothing we can do about it..we have cried about it enough and we have 2 move on..

firstlane
June 25, 2010, 10:42 PM
Look I know that you don't agree with Miraz bhai's opinion and he doesn't agree with yours. But that doesn't mean you need to take this personally and have a go at him every chance you can. Discuss things where it needs to be discussed.

Lol I didnt know Miraz bhai had a post or thread. I thought you wanted Miraz bhai as a coach. I assumed you were joking and I was joking too. Sorry. Off course I respect everyone's opinion.

Ajfar
June 25, 2010, 10:43 PM
Lol I didnt know Miraz bhai had a post or thread. I thought you wanted Miraz bhai as a coach. I assumed you were joking and I was joking too. Sorry. Off course I respect everyone's opinion.

you got this all mixed up. but I hope the person I wrote this for will know what i'm talking about.

firstlane
June 25, 2010, 10:45 PM
seriously? Another thread on this topic? Come on what's the point of this? It's getting really annoying now at how people want a different coach..we have 2 accept the fact that Siddons will be the coach and there's nothing we can do about it..we have cried about it enough and we have 2 move on..

Please read with care. I asked who you wanted after Jamie Siddons. Let us know your choice.

shakibrulz
June 25, 2010, 11:06 PM
Look I know that you don't agree with Miraz bhai's opinion and he doesn't agree with yours. But that doesn't mean you need to take this personally and have a go at him every chance you can. Discuss things where it needs to be discussed, and discuss it the way its suppose to be discuss.

+1..

@Topic

Would love to see Dada as coach.. :big_hug: Steve Waugh is another good option... But above all what BD need is a bowling coach... McGrath/Warne as bowling coach.. Again these are all unlikely.. :-D

al-Sagar
June 25, 2010, 11:12 PM
isn't Stephen Fleming into Coaching ????? could be a good option.

Saurabh ganguly dont think got Coaching qualification but could have been good as he speaks bangla.

may be South africian combo of head coach bowling coach and fielding coach .....

Eshen
June 25, 2010, 11:12 PM
Steve Waugh

BCB, for a change, please let someone, who knows what winning is about, take over the team.

Murad
June 25, 2010, 11:15 PM
Someone from Zimbabwe. May be the ex England coach.

Tiger444
June 25, 2010, 11:44 PM
Please read with care. I asked who you wanted after Jamie Siddons. Let us know your choice.

I'm sorry if I was coming off as rude but I don't know why your talking about this now..who knows when Siddons will step down..your still bringing the same topic up..your talking like Siddons is leaving now..he's staying for a while, at least for the WC and it's just pointless thinking about who should be our new coach..I know its been a frustrating time but I think its time we move on from this coaching discussions..lets just focus on Siddons until time comes..

beshideshi
June 26, 2010, 12:55 AM
A lot depends on our WC11 campaign, if we do good, then most of the players playing the WC will be in the team for a while, if we fail we will have 5-6 new faces in the team. And in both cases, we would need different coaches.
If we have the current bunch after world cup, who should be technically solvent by then, I say we hire someone who has made an extraordinary team out of ordinary players, some one like Arjuna Ranatunga/Saurav Ganguly etc.
And if we have loads of new faces in the team, we should go for a more technical coach, someone like Tom Moody, Micky Arthur, who can guide the newer players and turn them into world beaters.

Dilscoop
June 26, 2010, 01:08 AM
Also some one who is willing to come. Someone who is going to say, "I will turn things around, I will fix things, things will be different. The only reason I am talking this job, so I can make this team better"

= No 1.

Tigers_eye
June 26, 2010, 01:19 AM
Wanted Steve Waugh right after Watmore left. He didn't wanted to commit at that time. May be now he would be interested. I would be over joyed if he does consider even a little bit as a consultant.

Imteaz
June 26, 2010, 01:37 AM
John Wright (Newzealand)

Dilscoop
June 26, 2010, 02:01 AM
Wanted Steve Waugh right after Watmore left. He didn't wanted to commit at that time. May be now he would be interested. I would be over joyed if he does consider even a little bit as a consultant.

I didnt know he was in our 'wish-list' then or he was even offered.

Baundule
June 26, 2010, 02:32 AM
A big NO for Dada. He was a good captain; but he likes to be worshipped. For our players it will be difficult to communicate with him. Language alone is not enough.

Steve Waugh can be a good choice. Shane Warne is what we need; but again Steve Waugh is a safer bid.

BASSMAN
June 26, 2010, 04:00 AM
I dont want any Asian coaching the Bangladesh team. Especially Sourav Ganguly as he has a knack of getting into trouble with players, coaches and the Board.

Joh Wright is a good option.

Nafi
June 26, 2010, 04:29 AM
Behold Miraz our new leader :notworthy:

His inaugural speech

Jamie Siddons from the very beginning didn't believe in our abilities, he termed our wins as flukes and now he is installing the defeatist attitude among the boyd who played fearlessly during their U-19 level and was one of the best team in the world.

This micky mouse cricket must stop. If we cannot have the courage to play competitive cricket, we better stop playing cricket altogether.

BCB must issue a show-cause notice to the team and team management for this cowardly performance.

Unfortunately the Lotus Kamal led BCB itself is a junk.

simon
June 26, 2010, 04:39 AM
The ultimate warrior:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/355000/images/_359144_bevan150.jpg

BANFAN
June 26, 2010, 04:56 AM
We need a coach who has winning attitude and can motivate the team to play for win. I don't know who it could be. Surely McCinnes, but I heard last that he wasn't ineterested to coach BD. But who knows he may agree this time.

We cannot wait for completing Phd and then try to win. Playing for winning is something that should happen everyday. Even Afg playing Aus will play to win. trying to win is the way of learning in Match conditions. You basically learn nothing, by plying like dead woods.

zainab
June 26, 2010, 07:23 AM
England has become a better team under Andy Flower, now, they are beating the Aussies and have won the 20/20 WC, but of course, cannot compare the English players to BD players.

A coach has to be a strong personality and a great motivator, not a defeatist.

Tigers_eye
June 26, 2010, 08:20 AM
I didnt know he was in our 'wish-list' then or he was even offered.
Not your fault. You did not know BC existed at that time right?

His name was thrown in to the hat. He had just retired then. He wanted more time with his family and startup business. However, he did made a comment that he wanted to help nations like BD or Zim. So the consultant option is still open.

shakibrulz
June 26, 2010, 10:38 AM
A big NO for Dada. He was a good captain; but he likes to be worshipped. For our players it will be difficult to communicate with him. Language alone is not enough.

Steve Waugh can be a good choice. Shane Warne is what we need; but again Steve Waugh is a safer bid.

I think dada is the best option as he knows how to handle a team under pressure - he came in amidst the whole match fixing controversy which was the darkest era of Indian cricket and lead the team from there to victories. He stood for the younger players like Harbhajan and built the team we have today. And FYI no one could've led a team from such a team to glory with such an attitude as you say. He has that passion what precisely BD needs now.

bujhee kom
June 26, 2010, 10:44 AM
Mel Gibson

Dhakablues
June 26, 2010, 10:53 AM
Rather than focusing on the national team, we should have better coach for the U19, Academy and A teams. If a high profile coach has to teach national players how to hold a bat or how to build bowler's shoulder strength than how to strategize in conditions, it wont work even if you have a coach board of Waugh, Boon, Marsh, Border, Imran Khan. The fact of the matter is we don't and won't have quality players if we don't have quality youth development program. A national coach should not be there to fix basic techniques that should've been fixed when players were 15. And look at the dismal side... who in U19 do you think are the next generation stars? and how many times are they playing coaching a year?
I don't expect that to happen under Lota Kamal or Gaja Lipu's tenure. When they are not interested in a CEO who will force them these hard decisions,, you get the point, they will get not get someone who will have the authority to make decisions other than themselves...

One World
June 26, 2010, 01:02 PM
Coaching is not class room teaching. From above post it seems like it is not demonstrating either. I think when you have a high profile coach internationally accalaimed around you, as a palyer you start to feel confident and proud to have one of the role models so close while representing the country.

But for a team which is at learning level should not be considered for such gumption -

rather make a coaching team of four people,

One head coach - The head coach would be one of the coaches from the top league teams of Australia, prominently batting
One batting coach - The batting coach would be from South African League
One Bowling coach - The bowling coach would be from top county team coaches
One fielding coach - The fielding coach can be anyone competent, preferably from Srilanka

So within low budget, while paying one head coach of high profile with so much money, we can actually maintain four quality coaches and cover all possible areas of fitness with some or little monetary advantage.

alibangali
June 26, 2010, 04:58 PM
We need a hypnotist as our head coach :)

On a serious note has Steve Waugh done any coaching??

Bond
June 26, 2010, 06:49 PM
Mohammd ashraful

rinathq
June 26, 2010, 10:35 PM
we need Whatmore back. He is perfect for Bangladesh. He gets the BD condition well.

nahaz
June 26, 2010, 10:52 PM
http://www.bbc.co.uk/totp2/features/wallpaper/images/1024/elton_john.jpg

Elton...at least he can sing to our boys when they are down and give encouragement. I'm sure his record would be same, if not better, than Siddons. At least we'll get more positive publicity:-D.

auntu
June 27, 2010, 05:47 AM
We need an Aussie.
Is any of their State team's coach looking for a job?

Antora
June 27, 2010, 06:09 AM
I've said it before, I'm gonna say it again.
SHOURAV GANGULY FTW!

Dilscoop
June 27, 2010, 01:04 PM
I love how you guys want Ganguly, just because he is bengali (or who knows for what).

Whats he gonna do? Wear his white dhoti, sit on a chair with his fit up on Ashraful's shoulder while Imrul Kayes massages his back? That's exactly what will happen. That guy is very cocky. And he takes the 'Dada' thing soo literally that he does way too much dada-giri in everything he does. He is one of those elderly in your family, wants everything to be quite while he reads news paper. He wants every one to kiss his feet all the time!!

But hey, I would take him. Any one but JS!

Dilscoop
June 27, 2010, 01:06 PM
We should seriesly get a bowling head-coach. That way we could keep JS as a batting coach. It wont be demotion for him that way, because thats what he wanted, and is atm. He just wants to deal with the batting. If we get another batsman coach, JS wont stay, and even if he does, they will argue all the time.

So a bowling head-coach, who can bring the team and spirit together ... Who is a good bowling head-coach?

BanCricFan
June 27, 2010, 05:37 PM
After the world cup I would like to see Ravi Shastri as the coach, if he is interested. Nasser Hussain could also be considered.

bujhee kom
June 27, 2010, 05:50 PM
^^I totally agree with Akhi bhaiya here!! I will take Ravi Shastri as our national coach any, any given day!

Shehwar
June 27, 2010, 05:58 PM
Michael Holding
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FagunerAgun
June 27, 2010, 09:09 PM
No more Aussie coaches please, at least for now.

Dilscoop
June 27, 2010, 10:48 PM
After the world cup I would like to see Ravi Shastri as the coach, if he is interested. Nasser Hussain could also be considered.
Why? Because they talk nice stuff about us on the mic, in the commy box?

It's not about who they are, or what they can do, it's about who will be the best one for our cricket.

BANFAN
June 27, 2010, 11:36 PM
We should seriesly get a bowling head-coach. That way we could keep JS as a batting coach. It wont be demotion for him that way, because thats what he wanted, and is atm. He just wants to deal with the batting. If we get another batsman coach, JS wont stay, and even if he does, they will argue all the time.

So a bowling head-coach, who can bring the team and spirit together ... Who is a good bowling head-coach?

You mean, BCB/We should work to fulfil JS's aim, not our's?? Weird love affair ........

Dilscoop
June 28, 2010, 12:24 AM
^^ No because some of you guys are so in love with JS, that you want to keep him as a batting coach. And I am saying that too. Keep him just, JUST as a Batting Coach. And if we wanna do that, we have to get a bowling head-coach. Who will work with the whole team and the bowlers.

Dilscoop
June 28, 2010, 12:44 AM
http://www.cricketworld4u.com/articles/steve-waugh-may-coach-kochi-ipl-team-4435.php

Well he is out. IPL or Bangladesh. Hmm, that's a very tough call. :rollseyes:

billah
June 28, 2010, 01:02 AM
As unlikely as it is for this idea to catch-on at this Miraz-led procession of blind fans, JS will do fine for 2 years after WC2011.

He has started something, he needs a chance to bring it to a completion. He also has his feet firmly planted in reality. Present anomalies come from his feeling of lack of control is due 100% to Awami hooliganism. JS is having to come to terms with this new beast. He will need to restart the High Performance program, a good bowling and fielding coach.

I know, some of you are like "what the heck is this guy talking about ?!!! Hasn't he been reading the posts in this forum ? !! JS is OUT !!! We have decided !!"

Wake up.

BANFAN
June 28, 2010, 01:29 AM
JS wil do this and will do that and that etc I'm hearing; what do you think he needs time to finish? What has he began? what's the result of that so far? it's about two years and do we know what he is doing? May be you kbow something that we don't know, pl share. But yes, I know all his very loud finger pointing, blaming, scapegoating and A$$ saving efforts, those were so loud. on the policy side there were some crap ideas like team rules, changing natural abilities, Our inability to win so we shouldn't play to win, Multi captain theory etc etc, which were shouted out loud, but aparently abandoned. But haven't heard from him since then. If he has a new approach / strategy or if he is pursuing the same old stuff. Does he have any new strategy? Why doesn't he say those loudly? Scared of criticism? Or we are just moving without any policy? What is he really working on?

He began with the craps that has been listed above & more. He cannot be allowed to finish those, those would destroy our cricket for sure. Our graph shows no sign of some better strategy. What has he began and what should he be allowed to finish? Destruction of our cricket? Is that what we should even pay for?

Do you wait for the completion of the rape to understand, if it will be one? Or just anticipate as early as possible, when you feel your boundaries crossed and then try to resist ?

billah
June 28, 2010, 01:42 AM
JS wil do this and will do that and that etc I'm hearing; what do you think he needs time to finish? What has he began? what's the result of that so far? it's about two years and do we know what he is doing? May be you kbow something that we don't know, pl share. But yes, I know all his very loud finger pointing, blaming, scapegoating and A$$ saving efforts, those were so loud. on the policy side there were some crap ideas like team rules, changing natural abilities, Our inability to win so we shouldn't play to win, Multi captain theory etc etc, which were shouted out loud, but aparently abandoned. But haven't heard from him since then. If he has a new approach / strategy or if he is pursuing the same old stuff. Does he have any new strategy? Why doesn't he say those loudly? Scared of criticism? Or we are just moving without any policy? What is he really working on?

He began with the craps that has been listed above & more. He cannot be allowed to finish those, those would destroy our cricket for sure. Our graph shows no sign of some better strategy. What has he began and what should he be allowed to finish? Destruction of our cricket? Is that what we should even pay for?

Do you wait for the completion of the rape to understand, if it will be one? Or just anticipate as early as possible, when you feel your boundaries crossed and then try to resist ?

Bancan: The questions you propose in the first paragraph of your post.... most of them have been answered by Miraz in his threads. Just read up. When a populist mass-opinion is formed, it is not easy to lift your head up above the water and maintain your individualism and the independence of your thinking.

I understand.

Zeeshan
June 28, 2010, 01:45 AM
Bancan: The questions you propose in the first paragraph of your post.... most of them have been answered by Miraz in his threads. Just read up. When a populist mass-opinion is formed, it is not easy to lift your head up above the water and maintain your individualism and the independence of your thinking.

I understand.

Rommel and billah bhai must be kindered spirits.

Baundule
June 28, 2010, 01:52 AM
BANFAN bhai, thinking is probably the tough-most thing of all for us. Thinking gives us finding challenges and looking for solutions. That's bad, that does not give us any breathing space. Not that we have any big thing to achieve in the WC'11 and we are in the right direction for it; but we have the waiting habit without any clear vision. So, keeping JS and believing in some imaginary stuffs he is doing or will do give us the peace of mind for another two years. Apni mia lok valo na, moner shanti kere nite chan.

Dilscoop
June 28, 2010, 02:19 AM
Here we go. Another JS discussion. Just read my sig, and take it else where please

BanCricFan
June 28, 2010, 09:15 AM
Why? Because they talk nice stuff about us on the mic, in the commy box?


No, silly.

Ravi knows our cricket culture and cricketers quite well. He will understand the mindset of our players better being from the sub-continent and all. He is intelligent, professional, passionate and positive. As a player he was a successfull allrounder. And guess what...he was a spinner! Not a complete mug with the bat, either. Also, he has the experience of coaching India.

You like?

al-Sagar
June 28, 2010, 12:22 PM
how about MARADONA ???

Dilscoop
June 28, 2010, 12:57 PM
You like?
Nah, he is too cocky.

I think Ganguly will become our coach.. :ticking:

:|

reyme
June 28, 2010, 05:15 PM
He has started something, he needs a chance to bring it to a completion. He also has his feet firmly planted in reality. I know, some of you are like "what the heck is this guy talking about ?!!! Hasn't he been reading the posts in this forum ? !! JS is OUT !!! We have decided !!"

Wake up.

I woke up 2.5 years ago as soon as I heard the news Jamie has lost all the CD's of video footage of all our players made exclusively for him under his direct order! It was sent from BCB to Australia to his vacation home right after he signed a 2 year contract. I was wondering, man why he is not spending some critical quality time before the tough NZ series? Hasn't he seen our boys already at least to some extent? It's like working from home excuse...where you actually work on your vacation and still get paid for it!

He did come though...just days before the trip. He had the option coaching the team at least 6 weeks to prepare instead he probably spent only a week to accomodate his well earned vacation! But did give a long lecture to educate the journalist and show them what a great coach he was!

No one in sane mind has joined "Miraz led bandwagon". People felt JS is not right the person to coach this team. Maybe it took people to realize this after almost 3 long years, but at least most people have figured our his magic power can only go so far (excuses that is) based on the actual fact (100% losing record for a team that does not have any plan, motivation, or care to win anymore).

Now here is to Billah. JS has started his journey with a "tough" excuse (as if there were no videos of our players on www)...followed by some "hard earned" VacatioN...AND he will end his journey with more excuses (if he knows, he will blame billah along the way too, of course he will BLAME every single living/dead object of BD plus the BCB) followed another vacation. Sadly that will be his permanent vacation as no other test team with their sane mind will ever hire JS. Never. :outbad:

BANFAN
June 28, 2010, 11:47 PM
how about MARADONA ???

Better option than JS, He has much more to offer.

Dilscoop
June 28, 2010, 11:56 PM
Ya. Our team will be more motivated. Rahim will take all the catches. Every time a bowler tries to run up to the ball and kick it to the stumps, he will hit it 100 out of 100 times.

zainab
June 29, 2010, 06:39 AM
All JS is interested in is having holidays. Has he ever had a stiff 2 week training camp?Now that he is a father, he is interested in spending more time in Australia, his focus is split, and those morons at BCB has a veil over their eyes not to see that easy money is the main goal in JS's life, he is not really interested in BD cricket, take my word, after this tour, he will be off to Australia for 1 month, as BD will not be playing any international cricket.
Any other coach who is really interested in coaching is better than JS, he only has an Aussie big mouth.

al-Sagar
June 29, 2010, 08:41 AM
surely i am loving the idea of getting ganguly as full time coach. he can be a good head coach, motivate team, improve captaincy skills, batting skills.

and he would not need big holidays to fly out to Australia. 40 min flight, he will reach kolkata. he can enjoy every weekend at home

lamisa
June 29, 2010, 08:52 AM
surely i am loving the idea of getting ganguly as full time coach. he can be a good head coach, motivate team, improve captaincy skills, batting skills.

and he would not need big holidays to fly out to Australia. 40 min flight, he will reach kolkata. he can enjoy every weekend at home

i don't think dada is going to be good for us.he does too much "dadagiri"

deshprem
June 29, 2010, 09:40 AM
All JS is interested in is having holidays. Has he ever had a stiff 2 week training camp?Now that he is a father, he is interested in spending more time in Australia, his focus is split, and those morons at BCB has a veil over their eyes not to see that easy money is the main goal in JS's life, he is not really interested in BD cricket, take my word, after this tour, he will be off to Australia for 1 month, as BD will not be playing any international cricket.
Any other coach who is really interested in coaching is better than JS, he only has an Aussie big mouth.

hi everyone

thats a bit harsh dont u think? i mean the guy battled thru cancer and came thru coaching our development teams. hes gota have some commitment? more than those who are corrupted?

Tanvir703
June 29, 2010, 01:59 PM
I think we've had more then enough australian...may be time to try a South African? Or we should just offer Vettori enough money so he can retire and come coach the BD team.

BASSMAN
June 29, 2010, 04:32 PM
My coaches would be as follows:
Arvinda De Silva
Steve Waugh
Steve Wright
Kepler Wessels
Jhonty Rhodes

The problem with Saurav is that he has an attitude problem and when he was playing cricket he had issues with other players, coaches and team managment. His role as a batting coach is not that bad though.

People like Shane Warne might have frustrating issues with BCB as we all know how BCB operates.

But I never want a Paki coach for Bangladesh.

Dilscoop
June 29, 2010, 06:07 PM
I know who.

AMINUL ISLAM BULBUL + MOHAMMAD RAFIQUE (may be +PILOT)

Bublue will be the had coach. He finished his coaching training, and helping China now. I can't believe BCB couldn't get him a job. Rafique will be the bowling coach. And Pilot keeping and fielding.

deshprem
June 30, 2010, 12:38 AM
I know who.

AMINUL ISLAM BULBUL + MOHAMMAD RAFIQUE (may be +PILOT)

Bublue will be the had coach. He finished his coaching training, and helping China now. I can't believe BCB couldn't get him a job. Rafique will be the bowling coach. And Pilot keeping and fielding.

i think we need outside knowledge. looking at how slowly players progress, i doubt the people out of the game advance any quicker.

steve waugh is a good choice. for bowling..maybe get an west indies past legend

Dilscoop
June 30, 2010, 02:41 AM
i doubt the people out of the game advance any quicker.
All the coaches are 'out' of the game. Thats how they become coaches. They dont coach and play at the same time. (unless we are talking bal-pl here)

deshprem
June 30, 2010, 03:37 AM
All the coaches are 'out' of the game. Thats how they become coaches. They dont coach and play at the same time. (unless we are talking bal-pl here)

yeh..wat i mean is when they are not playing..they are involved with the game..media, coaching, advising etc etc.

i havent heard of the bd ones doing any of that.

lamisa
June 30, 2010, 04:57 AM
I think we've had more then enough australian...may be time to try a South African? Or we should just offer Vettori enough money so he can retire and come coach the BD team.

how totaly LOL is that?:floor:

anshuman
June 30, 2010, 05:29 AM
I think BCB should appoint a former Indian cricketer as National cricket team coach. I think Sourav Ganguly, Ajay Jadeja ,Nayan Mongia ,Saba Karim etc can be good prospect for the job.

lamisa
June 30, 2010, 05:35 AM
Here we go. Another JS discussion. Just read my sig, and take it else where please

As I mentioned in another thread,u can hold on to your opinion but please learn to respect other people's opinions as well.just because you think you are right doesn't mean that other people cannot be right.you should go take an attitude makeover along with our players.:wave:
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lamisa
June 30, 2010, 06:15 AM
to everyone who wants shane warne to be our coach:
long time back shane warne wanted bd to be axed.

FagunerAgun
June 30, 2010, 06:58 AM
Shayne will never be our coach. And no more Aussie coach for now.

One World
June 30, 2010, 07:07 AM
As I mentioned in another thread,u can hold on to your opinion but please learn to respect other people's opinions as well.just because you think you are right doesn't mean that other people cannot be right.you should go take an attitude makeover along with our players

Will this be broadcasted as a reality show?

nahaz
June 30, 2010, 07:35 AM
hi everyone

thats a bit harsh dont u think? i mean the guy battled thru cancer and came thru coaching our development teams. hes gota have some commitment? more than those who are corrupted?

If I hear one more reference of Jamie and cancer, I wil explode, or use a nail gun. He had skin cancer, its not much worse than a teenager having pimples if you treat it. Only if you ignore it for years can you die. But noone is usually that ignorant. So, in summary, skin cancer is not a traumatic experience.

I really wish BCB wasn't so incompetent, because I'm pretty sure he'll use BCB's unprofessionalism as an excuse when he gets fired. People have worked in worse conditions as coahces and excelled. We're going backwards as a team.

deshprem
June 30, 2010, 08:42 AM
If I hear one more reference of Jamie and cancer, I wil explode, or use a nail gun. He had skin cancer, its not much worse than a teenager having pimples if you treat it. Only if you ignore it for years can you die. But noone is usually that ignorant. So, in summary, skin cancer is not a traumatic experience.

I really wish BCB wasn't so incompetent, because I'm pretty sure he'll use BCB's unprofessionalism as an excuse when he gets fired. People have worked in worse conditions as coahces and excelled. We're going backwards as a team.


malaria is also a nothing disease to developed countries..but a deathly disease in bd n other countries. wat malaria is to these countries, skin cancer is to australians. its one of the mostly prevalent cause of deaths in australia. n people i know also have experienced it.
its not pretty..n cant be cured by skin cream. i think u shud have the decency to not reduce it to a skin pimple problem.

js might have made bad decisions, but he has given more than all the bcb bangaliz put together...or atleast tried to.

Nadim
June 30, 2010, 11:07 AM
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Dilscoop
June 30, 2010, 01:07 PM
yeh..wat i mean is when they are not playing..they are involved with the game..media, coaching, advising etc etc.

i havent heard of the bd ones doing any of that.
Bulbul is a boss coach. He hasn't been sitting around and doing nothing. He finished his training, and now is in China, brining cricket to them, coaching them and stuff. I already mentioned that. I dont know what Rafique is doing, but I doubt that he forgot out to bowl over last 3 years. If I had to pick a bowler from our current team or Rafique, I would pick rusty Rafique over these morons (excluding Shafiul)

Tendulkar_Mcgrath
June 30, 2010, 07:57 PM
Steve Waugh..........

firstlane
July 1, 2010, 04:02 AM
Go Dada! Go Tigers!
My wish came partially true. This is my first thread and I made a wish in it and what an instant result. I think I should open a match thread soon.

abu2abu
July 1, 2010, 04:41 AM
I think the next head coach could be a Bangladeshi. So I suppose Sujon or Minhajul Abedin...

BANFAN
July 1, 2010, 04:52 AM
Go Dada! Go Tigers!
My wish came partially true. This is my first thread and I made a wish in it and what an instant result. I think I should open a match thread soon.

Why not, try your luck

lamisa
July 1, 2010, 05:03 AM
Will this be broadcasted as a reality show?

anything,as long as he gets one!

nahaz
July 1, 2010, 07:53 AM
malaria is also a nothing disease to developed countries..but a deathly disease in bd n other countries. wat malaria is to these countries, skin cancer is to australians. its one of the mostly prevalent cause of deaths in australia. n people i know also have experienced it.
its not pretty..n cant be cured by skin cream. i think u shud have the decency to not reduce it to a skin pimple problem.

js might have made bad decisions, but he has given more than all the bcb bangaliz put together...or atleast tried to.

I live in Australia....so I definitely know what I am talking about. If you put on sunscreen, you wouldn't get it. If you get it, you get to cut part of your skin off...

Only if you fail to spot it for few years will you die.

If you want anyone to show pity to Siddons, it should only be the people he has to work with...BCB officials and Lotus. Not skin cancer. I sympathise with a him bit in this way.. but one should always try to look to for solution to a problem. Not whinge about it day and night. That's what I was taught at work. And I am constantly improving.

nahaz
July 1, 2010, 07:57 AM
I think the next head coach could be a Bangladeshi. So I suppose Sujon or Minhajul Abedin...

The person has to have a good coaching credential..its highly preferrable that he's one NCL head coaches...or Pilot, since he's been carrying Rajshahi team and its members for 6-7 years now.

If Shujon wants to be head coach, he should coach Dhaka for at least a year and have them be at least runners-up. Nannu should coach the Chittagong team for a couple of years. Both moves would benefit our NCL regardless of whether they end up as national coahces.

deshprem
July 1, 2010, 08:24 AM
I live in Australia....so I definitely know what I am talking about. If you put on sunscreen, you wouldn't get it. If you get it, you get to cut part of your skin off...

Only if you fail to spot it for few years will you die.

If you want anyone to show pity to Siddons, it should only be the people he has to work with...BCB officials and Lotus. Not skin cancer. I sympathise with a him bit in this way.. but one should always try to look to for solution to a problem. Not whinge about it day and night. That's what I was taught at work. And I am constantly improving.


lolz sunscreenc only reduces the chances of it occuring. if u get it and get that part of skin cut out, it can re-occur again. anyway,,thats off the topic...cancer was just one eg of how many hurdles sids had to go thru..he also took over after our icl exodus. n put together wit incompetent corrupted bcb...his job wasnt easy.

and how hasnt he tried to look for a solution? surely hes tried numerous ideas. ul know from work, if ur superiors dnt listen to u or pay attention to ur efforts or suggestions...there is very little u can do right? bcb is doing exactly that to sids. or has done most of the time.

and there is a difference between complaining and voicing ur opinion...if sids' opinions are only negatives of bcb, and if that happen to be complaining, then so be it. jus shows what rubbish bcb is, and how theres nothing positive to say bout them. u cant have coaches working hard n administrators going for offshore holidays...n sitting on the lords balcony

Dilscoop
July 1, 2010, 01:49 PM
anything,as long as he gets one!
Today everything is a reality show. I have to use the bathroom. I could have a reality show on that, with at least 10 ep. and 2 seasons. And another 5 ep of behind the scene and cast interview, which is me.

SportsGuru
July 2, 2010, 06:36 AM
@ilscoop: Yeah, I was hoping someone to take Babul’s name as am a big fan of him. He’s really a man ingenious when it comes to the cricket news as I have read a lot of gossip about him in several sporting news magazine series. Rafique is also not that bad; he is indeed a good performer indeed!

Tanvir703
July 2, 2010, 12:33 PM
how totaly LOL is that?:floor:

Why is that LOL??????? Is it because he wears glasses??? :floor:. You insulting my favorite player?????

All jokes aside, I think he would make a great coach in the future...if he decides to persue it.

lamisa
July 3, 2010, 04:41 AM
^^^no,the "LOL" part about it is how u were saying about him retiring and coaching us!

max410
July 4, 2010, 12:08 AM
don't blame the coach for bd player not performing well its the player fault if they cannot keep their heads its ashrafuls fault for not being able to make a mark in international cricket its bd players a who are not performing according to what their coaches guided them ,
if Ireland get test staus they will become a better side than bd in2-3 years time and BD will even loose with teams like Afghanistan. The fact we are bunch of loosers and good for nothing

BANFAN
July 4, 2010, 12:14 AM
don't blame the coach for bd player not performing well its the player fault if they cannot keep their heads its ashrafuls fault for not being able to make a mark in international cricket its bd players a who are not performing according to what their coaches guided them ,
if Ireland get test staus they will become a better side than bd in2-3 years time and BD will even loose with teams like Afghanistan. The fact we are bunch of loosers and good for nothing

Just like our coach's attitude, it's no secret. How can the players perform to win if the coach sets target of scoring 200 when the target is 300?

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July 4, 2010, 01:19 AM
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July 4, 2010, 04:17 AM
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abu2abu
July 6, 2010, 10:26 AM
The person has to have a good coaching credential..its highly preferrable that he's one NCL head coaches...or Pilot, since he's been carrying Rajshahi team and its members for 6-7 years now.

If Shujon wants to be head coach, he should coach Dhaka for at least a year and have them be at least runners-up. Nannu should coach the Chittagong team for a couple of years. Both moves would benefit our NCL regardless of whether they end up as national coahces.

I'm not sure being an NCL coach is relevant criteria. Shujon is currently assistant coach to siddons and looks like he's being groomed for the head coach role.

Pilot may well be "carrying" rajshahi, but he is doing so as a player and elder statesman. Fine cricketer though he is, he does not have any coaching qualifications as far as I am aware. Nannu and Sujon both have...

lamisa
July 7, 2010, 04:58 AM
afridi someday....

BANFAN
July 7, 2010, 06:16 AM
OMG Afridi ? We have cricket for blinds as well, he could be good for them. :)

Purbasha T
July 7, 2010, 07:24 AM
OMG Afridi ? We have cricket for blinds as well, he could be good for them. :)

Enthusiasm is the first and (almost the) foremost quality a coach requires (well yeah, some skills as well); and Afridi got that aplenty. And like someone said, an international team doesn't really need a coach. The technical things should get sorted out before people come into the national side (unlike in our case, which is the opposite). So if we have a bunch of 15 players with their skills and stable techniques, all we need more is a mentor to guide and inspire the players.

Though, I'd still be worried about Afridi trying to teach his ball-biting techniques to our bowlers, otherwise he should be safe. :-p

Ananna
July 7, 2010, 09:09 AM
Enthusiasm is the first and (almost the) foremost quality a coach requires (well yeah, some skills as well); and Afridi got that aplenty. And like someone said, an international team doesn't really need a coach. The technical things should get sorted out before people come into the national side (unlike in our case, which is the opposite). So if we have a bunch of 15 players with their skills and stable techniques, all we need more is a mentor to guide and inspire the players.

Though, I'd still be worried about Afridi trying to teach his ball-biting techniques to our bowlers, otherwise he should be safe. :-p

Yes....
You hire him and within 15 days all of our boys will be pot addicted.

Fahim
July 7, 2010, 09:12 PM
Kapali

lamisa
July 8, 2010, 12:58 AM
Enthusiasm is the first and (almost the) foremost quality a coach requires (well yeah, some skills as well); and Afridi got that aplenty. And like someone said, an international team doesn't really need a coach. The technical things should get sorted out before people come into the national side (unlike in our case, which is the opposite). So if we have a bunch of 15 players with their skills and stable techniques, all we need more is a mentor to guide and inspire the players.

Though, I'd still be worried about Afridi trying to teach his ball-biting techniques to our bowlers, otherwise he should be safe. :-p

that's what i meant.he walks upto the bowler after every delivery and gives him encouragement,he's a really good captain,very inspiring.he can also give a few tips to our leggies(do we have one in the team currently,except ashraful?)

magic boy
July 8, 2010, 01:06 AM
Shahid Afridi himself is still very childish.Hes almost another EID innings Player like Ashraful. A stubborn too.Along with ball tempering he was caught while Pitch tempering against England in test.
also quarreling and fighting physically with team mates. slapping Shoib Akhter etc etc

Really, do we need such criminal, Lamisa?

lamisa
July 8, 2010, 01:24 AM
^^^seems to be nicer now though.well,we have tried all the nice,timid guys,why not give the criminals a go then:p?(joke)