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al-Sagar
July 18, 2010, 08:54 AM
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SOURCE (http://www.bangladesherkhela.info/index.php?newsID=18246&pageTitle=details&editionID=1076)

Tigers_eye
July 18, 2010, 08:57 AM
HHS. "Porikolpona kora hoyechey" - last three words. 3 months left that we have to hand over the stadiums to ICC.

Nadim
July 18, 2010, 09:13 AM
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SOURCE (http://www.bangladesherkhela.info/index.php?newsID=18246&pageTitle=details&editionID=1076)

Chinese porte parina offie vai.......:doh::-|

MohammedC
July 18, 2010, 09:17 AM
Same here. Have to wait till I go home to read it
<br />Posted via BC Mobile Edition (iPhone)

Tigers_eye
July 18, 2010, 09:19 AM
Chinese porte parina offie vai.......:doh::-|
Not missing much and nothing new that you don't know already. Ahad Ali sarkar is boasting on all the wrong stuff to the parliament. No grass root improvement has been discussed.

Nadim
July 18, 2010, 09:21 AM
Thanks B_C vai :):bighug:

shabbir
July 18, 2010, 10:12 AM
what Ahat Ali know about cricket ????????????

WarWolf
July 18, 2010, 10:48 AM
Govt is destroying cricket which is a continuation of the last two govt.

Nadim
July 18, 2010, 11:24 AM
just saw on ntv news. Bcb gonna appoint Manjur Ahmed as the new CEO.
<br />Posted via BC Mobile Edition (1)

MohammedC
July 18, 2010, 12:30 PM
HHS. "Porikolpona kora hoyechey" - last three words. 3 months left that we have to hand over the stadiums to ICC.

All talk no action.

BTW have heard what happened to Fathullah Stadium lately ? Read in some newspaper that Fathullah owes lakhs of taka in electrecity bill. Cant remember which newspaper.

WarWolf
July 18, 2010, 12:44 PM
just saw on ntv news. Bcb gonna appoint Manjur Ahmed as the new CEO.

Posted via BC Mobile Edition (1)
Who is he?

MohammedC
July 18, 2010, 12:53 PM
Who is he?

Apparently he is an ex national cricketer now helds the CEO position for Brunei Cricket.

http://ittefaq.com.bd/content/2010/07/19/news0312.htm

Murad
July 18, 2010, 12:59 PM
Chinese porte parina offie vai.......:doh::-|

IE theke try koro.

WarWolf
July 18, 2010, 01:13 PM
Apparently he is an ex national cricketer now helds the CEO position for Brunei Cricket.

http://ittefaq.com.bd/content/2010/07/19/news0312.htm
I am anticipating a cold war between board president and CEO.

cricket_pagol
July 18, 2010, 02:09 PM
I am anticipating a cold war between board president and CEO.

Not really, I am sure that the new CEO had to appease Lotus kamal before getting the job.

FagunerAgun
July 18, 2010, 02:28 PM
Not really, I am sure that the new CEO had to appease Lotus kamal before getting the job.
True professionals do not care for any appeasement, they go by their abilities and power. If Lotus is like this, then I am almost sure, we will not get Manjurul as the CEO.

One World
July 18, 2010, 02:36 PM
Time for divide and conquer by Sports ministry, :).

Nadim
July 18, 2010, 02:39 PM
BCB set for new CEO
http://i31.tinypic.com/dqm9tc.jpgBangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has at long last decided to appoint a permanent chief executive officer after running with an interim for almost three years.

Manzur Ahmed, a former cricketer and long-time chief executive of Brunei Cricket Association, has been selected from a shortlist of six people to take over from Nizamuddin Chowdhury, who has been the acting CEO since Mahmudur Rahman's contract expired in February 2008.

Manzur will be offered a renewable one-year contract after a committee headed by BCB president AHM Mostofa Kamal made the choice.

When contacted, BCB media committee chairman Jalal Yunus all but confirmed the news. "We are still waiting for his letter of acceptance but he has told us verbally. We are expecting it anytime," said Jalal.

"He wanted some time to wind up his work in Brunei since he has been there for a long time," he added.

Manzur, who used to be a wicketkeeper-batsman, has served in the Brunei Darussalam National Cricket Association for nearly 16 years. Brunei are an ICC affiliate member and have been elected to the game's governing body in 1992.

Manzur has a massive job in hand as the World Cup is coming up in February 2011.

Back in September last year, BCB gave the responsibility to the Institute of Business Administration of the Dhaka University and they proposed five names after scrutinising over 60 applications.

The other short-listed candidates were Mahmudur Rahman, a former BCB CEO, Intekhab Mahmud, Mainul Haque Chowdhury, Imdad Ehsan and Rizwan Bin Farouq.

Zimbabwean Macky Dudhia was BCB's first-ever CEO when he was appointed in October 2003. Mahmudur was his successor before Nizamuddin took over as acting chief executive.

Manzur, the elder brother of former national wicktkeeper Nasir Ahmed Nasu, will be BCB's third CEO

Source (http://www.thedailystar.net/newDesign/news-details.php?nid=147313)

Murad
July 18, 2010, 02:47 PM
So this is the guy Akabir bhai was talkign about. Its his cousin

Good luck with the new job!

Miraz
July 18, 2010, 02:48 PM
Not very impressed by the CV of the current CEO. We needed a professional with corporate experience, not an ex-cricketer who ran a very tiny cricket organization. It will be tough ask for him to lead BCB during World Cup 2011.

I hope he will be a successful CEO not a rubber stump of Lotus Kamal. Best of Luck Manjur Ahmed.

al-Sagar
July 18, 2010, 09:16 PM
So this is the guy Akabir bhai was talkign about. Its his cousin

Good luck with the new job!

yes it is .......

yaseer
July 18, 2010, 09:36 PM
I am anticipating a cold war between board president and CEO.

There won't be any cold war. Seems like appointment is from internal connection.
New CEO is the brother of Nasir Ahmed Nasu, the computer analyst of the national team and ex wicket-keeper.

No hurt feelings, but not really impressed with the appointment with whatever I have known so far. Hopefully he is better than he looks in paper.

Anyway, Good luck to the new CEO.

nsd3
July 18, 2010, 10:31 PM
I guess he'll have all the good sides of being an executive. It' so important to mingle and work with the people around him that even after having all the good qualities one can fail. I hope he has both the good and bad sides of what is required to be a useful CEO in BCB.

BanArafath
July 18, 2010, 10:45 PM
Ahad Ali didn't say anything new about improving Bangladesh cricket. He had to say that he would take necessary steps for improving domestic cricket stucture withd indoor gym and practice facilities and improve the academy with full time coaches.

Farhad
July 19, 2010, 12:13 AM
Wait, wait, wait.... He was the CEO of the Brunei Cricket Association? Surely thats a part time gig? Theres no way an organization that small can afford to have anyone on the payroll...
What did he actually do? As in to support his family?

auntu
July 19, 2010, 12:35 AM
Not very impressed by the CV of the current CEO. We needed a professional with corporate experience, not an ex-cricketer who ran a very tiny cricket organization. It will be tough ask for him to lead BCB during World Cup 2011.

I hope he will be a successful CEO not a rubber stump of Lotus Kamal. Best of Luck Manjur Ahmed.
Neither I.

He was taken because of his so called cricketing background. He is surely a Lota guy. BCB ignored heavy candidate like Mr. Iftekhar who is currently executive director of Beximco on the basis of no cricketing background. Does CEO has anything to do cricket on the ground? Or a minimum cricketing knowledge would be enough?

Another bad choice.

auntu
July 19, 2010, 12:42 AM
Even after installing the font I still can't see Bangla in Bangladesherkhela site. :(

Imteaz
July 19, 2010, 12:49 AM
Chagol er dol keno Cricket nie matha ghamai. All are lie!!!!

They arranged for all international tour?

They are working for cricket development? or they are trying to use popularity of cricket for their political popularity?

Funny!!!!!!

yaseer
July 19, 2010, 06:18 AM
Neither I.

He was taken because of his so called cricketing background. He is surely a Lota guy. BCB ignored heavy candidate like Mr. Iftekhar who is currently executive director of Beximco on the basis of no cricketing background. Does CEO has anything to do cricket on the ground? Or a minimum cricketing knowledge would be enough?

Another bad choice.

Auntu bhai, are you referring to Mr. Intekhab Mahmood who was in CityCell before?

If it is then BCB has made a big big mistake. He is a real competent man.

WarWolf
July 19, 2010, 08:56 AM
Auntu bhai, are you referring to Mr. Intekhab Mahmood who was in CityCell before?

If it is then BCB has made a big big mistake. He is a real competent man.
Yes Auntu bhai is referring to that Citycell guy.

wiseshah
July 19, 2010, 09:25 AM
we should have CEO from england or australia or USA

max410
July 19, 2010, 10:31 AM
we should have CEO from england or australia or USA

CEO form Australia, England wont help ,the politicians wont help BCB to fix the infrastructure of our Cricket and no financing as well.

lamisa
July 19, 2010, 11:14 AM
let's see what this CEO does,etodine toh temon kisui hoilo na,notun kore ki hoy dekhi...

bujhee kom
July 19, 2010, 02:22 PM
"Cricket discussed in the BD Parliament"


Parliament Shorkari dol Junior MP, "Accha dadara janen, amader deshe cricket bole ekta khela ache, aar ekhon theke desher manuser/jonogoner pachar sathe ei cricketer-o backside amra shobai marte pari...."

Senior Shorkari MP/Neta, "Arrey eta tow notun khobor naa, amrai tow Bangladesher cricket-er behind mere jacchi all this time, notun chagol ki bole...."

Senior Birodhi dol MP/Neta, "Chagol, amra-o ei cricketer aar public-er backside continuously maira ashlaam, ei notun chagol abar notun ki shikhabe, nadan shishu kisu jaane naa"

Razi
July 19, 2010, 02:34 PM
When will the academy come functional?
Bishwajit Roy, The Daily Star (http://www.thedailystar.net/newDesign/news-details.php?nid=147454)

It is often told that right now Bangladesh cricket has been suffering from a lack of back-up players which is portraying a gloomy picture of the game in the country. So much so that the pipeline which the country uses to produce future cricketers has gathered rust due to lack of activities from the sport's governing body -- the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB).

The National Cricket Academy, the heartbeat of any cricketing nation, is one of the major components for keeping the pipeline alive besides the "A" team, but unfortunately the BCB has failed, as yet, to cash in on the opportunity they had after getting a two-storied building for the academy with all the necessary modern facilities in Mirpur.

It was a noble gesture from BCB's development partner Grameenphone, who came up with the offer of building the establishment, but after a seemingly never-ending delay since the deal was struck in March 2007, the dream finally came true in March this year. But still it has not been furnished with all the components that will make it functional.

The BCB had formed a management committee headed by former cricketer Shakil Kasem, but in April the gentleman resigned "out of frustration" after eight months in office as none of his initiatives had saw the light. Since his resignation there has hardly been any progress to make the academy functional though the development committee has taken up some programmes with the local experts.

"True it's taking too long to give the academy a proper shape. We hope some major decisions will be taken regarding the academy in the next board meeting which will take place sometimes by the end of this month," informed BCB's media committee chairman Jalal Yunus.

"The major issue is to appoint a head coach for the academy and we are already scrutinising the applications for different posts of the academy. What we feel is that we desperately need to make the academy functional in true sense to make sure we have enough cricketers in the pipeline," he added.

Aminul Haque Moni, chairman of the game development committee, however was not too disappointed with the way the academy is now running under the local coaches.

"We have lack of future cricketers in the pipeline not because of our academy is not running properly. It's one of components but we have to make sure that we have a strong "A" team. We must ensure enough cricket for the "A" team," opined Moni.

"Everything is not stagnant at the academy because we are running a number of programmes under the local coaches. It's taking a little bit time but recruitments of head coaches and other officials are under process," he added.

The veteran organiser has also cast doubt over full-swing activities by the academy before the 2011 World Cup where Bangladesh is one of the co-hosts along with India and Sri Lanka.

"You have to have all the facilities available for the residential camp but I have doubt whether we get the adjacent ground and all the facilities when it would be ready by October next as there is a chance for the LOC [Local Organising Committee] to take over all these for the World Cup," informed Moni.

But many believe that the delay in development programmes like the academy only makes a huge vacuum in the pipeline and Bangladesh cricket is set to suffer in the long run.

MohammedC
July 19, 2010, 03:13 PM
^^^ And what will the fans do in the future (including me), when the players will under perform.
We will blame the coach. (whether he is Siddons, Macinnes,Whatmore or superman)
We will want the captain sacked.
And so on.

MohammedC
July 19, 2010, 04:20 PM
How to make money from cricket in Bangladesh?

http://www.bangladesherkhela.info/index.php?newsID=18251&pageTitle=details&editionID=1077

Bhai janera, je jekhane asen oi khan theke shuja chole jaan Bangladeshe Cricket Boarde. Aar oikhane gia jotho paren otho maren. maren, maren aar jure bolen Alhamdullilah. Bangladesh cricket tho aar dui din pore cholia jaibo. Ashen amra shobai jai.


Shalar desher shob chor.

jisaan
July 20, 2010, 01:03 AM
Not very impressed by the CV of the current CEO. We needed a professional with corporate experience, not an ex-cricketer who ran a very tiny cricket organization. It will be tough ask for him to lead BCB during World Cup 2011.

I hope he will be a successful CEO not a rubber stump of Lotus Kamal. Best of Luck Manjur Ahmed.

he has been chosen exactly for that (to be a rubber stump of Lotus Kamal. be rest assured)

nahaz
July 20, 2010, 08:17 AM
Neither I.

He was taken because of his so called cricketing background. He is surely a Lota guy. BCB ignored heavy candidate like Mr. Iftekhar who is currently executive director of Beximco on the basis of no cricketing background. Does CEO has anything to do cricket on the ground? Or a minimum cricketing knowledge would be enough?

Another bad choice.

Soon as I read the position description of the CEO late last year, I could tell it was tailor-made for somebody, by the way the criteria were specified..experienced in cricket admin, foreign MBA etc. A CEO did not need to know the rules of cricket or be passionate about it to any great depth..what he needed to be able to do is to govern. The Beximco guy sounded like one of the best candidates in the country, who also would have had the ability to get past deshi politics to get the job done. The one chosen seems to be inexperienced in an actual executive role, and will end up being a rubber stump whether he wants to or not.

I am sure BCB has done this on purpose, and it would not be hard to influence any part of Dhaka University/IBA. After knowing of the alternative just now, feel disappointed yet again.