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Eshen
July 18, 2010, 03:39 PM
http://www.prothom-alo.com/detail/date/2010-07-19/news/79883

[বাংলা]অবশেষে প্রায় আড়াই বছর পর নতুন প্রধান নির্বাহী কর্মকর্তা (সিইও) খুঁজে পেল বাংলাদেশ ক্রিকেট বোর্ড (বিসিবি)। নতুন প্রধান নির্বাহীর নাম মঞ্জুর আহমেদ। আপাতত এক বছরের জন্য নিয়োগ দেওয়া হয়েছে তাঁকে। ঢাকা লিগের সাবেক ক্রিকেটার মঞ্জুর আহমেদ ১৬ বছর ধরে ব্রুনাই ক্রিকেট অ্যাসোসিয়েশনের প্রধান নির্বাহী হিসেবে কর্মরত আছেন।

২০০৮ সালের ১৬ ফেব্রুয়ারি বিসিবির সাবেক প্রধান নির্বাহী কর্মকর্তা মাহমুদুর রহমানের চাকরির মেয়াদ শেষ হয়ে যাওয়ার পর থেকে বোর্ড চলছে ভারপ্রাপ্ত প্রধান নির্বাহী দিয়ে। বিসিবির উপ-মহাব্যবস্থাপক (প্রশাসন) নিজামউদ্দিন চৌধুরী পালন করছেন এ দায়িত্ব। এর আগে আরও দুবার প্রধান নির্বাহী নিয়োগ দেওয়ার প্রক্রিয়া শুরু হলেও মাঝপথে তা থেমে যায়।

সর্বশেষ গত জানুয়ারিতে পত্রিকায় নিয়োগ বিজ্ঞপ্তি দেওয়ার পর আবেদনকারীদের মধ্য থেকে সাক্ষাৎকারে ডাকা হয়েছিল চারজন প্রার্থীকে। তাঁদের মধ্যে সাক্ষাৎকার দেন মঞ্জুর আহমেদসহ তিন প্রার্থী। মঞ্জুরের ব্যাপারে চূড়ান্ত সিদ্ধান্তের পর তাঁকে নিয়োগপত্র দিয়ে দিয়েছে বিসিবি। মঞ্জুরও বিসিবিতে যোগ দেওয়ার ব্যাপারে তাঁর সম্মতি জানিয়েছেন। বোর্ড পরিচালক ও মিডিয়া কমিটির প্রধান জালাল ইউনুস মঞ্জুর আহমেদকে প্রধান নির্বাহী হিসেবে নিয়োগ দেওয়ার বিষয়টি নিশ্চিত করে বলেছেন, ‘মঞ্জুর আহমেদ বর্তমানে আরেকটি বোর্ডে দায়িত্ব পালন করছেন, পুরোনো দায়িত্ব বুঝিয়ে দিতে তিনি কিছুদিন সময় চেয়েছেন। আশা করছি, আগামী ১ সেপ্টেম্বর তিনি বিসিবির প্রধান নির্বাহীর দায়িত্ব বুঝে নেবেন।’

উইকেটরক্ষক-উদ্বোধনী ব্যাটসম্যান মঞ্জুর আহমেদ ঢাকার ক্রিকেটে খেলেছেন ১৯৭০-৮০-এর দশকে। বেশি খেলেছেন মোহামেডানের হয়েই। বুয়েট থেকে যন্ত্র প্রকৌশলে পড়াশোনা শেষ করার পর নিয়েছেন এমবিএ ডিগ্রি। তাঁর ছোট ভাই জাতীয় দলের সাবেক উইকেটরক্ষক নাসির আহমেদ (নাসু) প্রায় নয় বছর ধরে জাতীয় দলের কম্পিউটার বিশ্লেষক হিসেবে কাজ করছেন।[/বাংলা]

rahat90
July 18, 2010, 05:36 PM
translation anyone?

Murad
July 18, 2010, 05:48 PM
BCB set for new CEO

Bangladesh 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.

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

billah
July 18, 2010, 07:08 PM
Like this appointment. Experience, good refs, ex-cricketer - all looks good. Hope BCB doesn't destroy him....

al-Sagar
July 18, 2010, 09:04 PM
finally, the good news has come.

our respected Cricket Guru "akabir77" gave us the hint of this before.

finally it has been done.

yaseer
July 18, 2010, 09:42 PM
16 years in Brunei Cricket Association is not impressive. I was expecting an experienced corporate professional.

Anyway, Good luck to the new CEO.

nsd3
July 18, 2010, 10:32 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.

auntu
July 19, 2010, 12:40 AM
What is the condition of Brunei cricket? How professional their board is?

Imteaz
July 19, 2010, 12:44 AM
Expecting something good from him.Good Luck.

kalpurush
July 19, 2010, 02:55 AM
Eshen bhai, kuthay chhilen etodin?! We missed you much.

And thanks for the good news :)

Rabz
July 19, 2010, 05:16 AM
Brunei have a cricket board and he was there for 16 years???
Isn't it like being the President of Bangladesh Basketball Association and then going to Australia to take charge of their Basketball fraternity??

Um, never heard of this guy and i'm not sure....

What are his credentials beside a former xyz domestic player?
Where was BCA when he took over and what are their current situation??
How much funding/budget he had to deal with??
How big was the organisation and what's the size of their staff members??
What were the perimeters of his job description beside managing 1-2 grounds ( I'd suppose) and a grand total of 50 players ??
What was the degree of liaison/lobbying he had to do/maintain with the Govt and the decision makers??
What are his visions with Bangladesh Cricket and how he plans to execute/implement them during his tenure?
Any specific goals/targets beside sucking up to Bodna Kamal ?

Could'nt we get someone associated with cricket administration from stronger cricketing culture?? I mean some English/South African/Australian who could share their knowledge to develop our infrastructure and overall conditions of cricket?

Oh, i guess he/she would be very hard to durnitify with.

Rabz
July 19, 2010, 05:17 AM
Oh, by the way, dont get me wrong, I'm not completely dismissing him, I'm just skeptic.

auntu
July 19, 2010, 06:00 AM
It's all about lobbying. He must from Lota lobby.

yaseer
July 19, 2010, 06:08 AM
It's all about lobbying. He must from Lota lobby.

Auntu Bhai, thiki dhorechen.

Brother of Nasir Ahmed Nasu, who is with the national team as computer analyst for 9 years. Koto lok ailo gelo 9 bochore, computer analyst thiki tar jaigai ase. Now his brother from great Brunei cricket association.....:smug:

yaseer
July 19, 2010, 06:11 AM
Oh, by the way, dont get me wrong, I'm not completely dismissing him, I'm just skeptic.

Yes, Rabz bhai, same here too.
Just can't believe that BCB not able to find someone with better profile. That is where the doubt begins.

Tigers_eye
July 19, 2010, 06:20 AM
It's all about lobbying. He must from Lota lobby.
Very unlikely. Lotus Abahani'r shatey jorito ar uni khelechen Mohamadan'a.
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Credentials looks alright. Engineer, has an MBA, working outside Bangladesh for 16 years.
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All depends on how he can politic and get the jobs done. Infra structure jobs should be prioritized. Decentralization and independency of regional cricket boards should start.

Wish him best of luck.

akabir77
July 19, 2010, 07:32 AM
lol

Guys bd media is just focusing on brunie cricket or something. he is actually their cricket captain (i am sure he is also doing admin stuff there too but not the way the media is focusing...)but he is working there as an university teacher or something (sorry forgot what actually he was doing, it was so long ago he left)... anyway bottom line is he never applied to become CEO but BCB people specially lipu perused him to become one for at least three years. but he was reluctant citing all the corruption. anyway under him brian lara, ian botham and all the greats have played... lol he was the captain of the brunie team. and this is the first time i heard that he played a lot for mohammadan. But since i knew him he was captain of abahani.

And about nasu bhai did you guys actually think that there might be no one in bd as capable of what he does? actually bcb have to hire a foreign guy to do exactly the same level of work that he is doing with a lot and lot of more money!!!! btw he keept his job during both bnp and al party time mind you.

BANFAN
July 19, 2010, 07:50 AM
He is welcome, I think his cricketing background will be useful.

nahaz
July 19, 2010, 08:01 AM
To be honest, I'd rather have some non-cricketing current executive than someone who ran the Brunei Cricket Board for 16 years. Having said that,the guy has an MBA, combined with cricketing experience that will help him to create and implement ideas.

Following are my requests:
1. Decentralise the district cricket boards with their own paid administration. Mini BCBs..they look after grounds, tournaments, player and staff development.
2. Generate more income through merchadising and feed it back to our infrastructure.
3. Strengthen the current School cricket to better develop our cricketers. Can be through funding, periodic acccess to pro coaches for disadvantaged schools, groundsetc. There should continue to be the 35 over cricket championship. But the top 16 schools should then play the 2 day comps. Prize money for any of the top 64 teams should exceed training costs.
4. Revitalise the academy team with international coaches and provide proper means of feeding into national team in 3 years. Academy should provide scholarships to good school student cricketers.
5. Create 4 quality grounds per state, including two for 1st division teams. Train ground staff and funding for each state should be reflected by the revenue raised. Local admin to gain bonus for good funding.
6. Create access to good education for early school leavers trying to be cricketers. Provide facilities for the injured to recover from 1st gracde level.

Note: I expect Akabir Bhai's cousin/friend to be honest, but I don't care what I do not see, as long as I see good progress. What I state above are some ideas which I think are important. He will of course implement according to his old philosophies but I suggest he re-reads those MBA books and show how well an educated Bangali can manage a business. Good luck to him:notworthy:.

auntu
July 19, 2010, 01:13 PM
Just as I thought he is the present regime's candidate.

In the short list the other two were very capable person. Specially Mr. Intekhab who is at present Ex. Director of Beximco. He has a very good corporate record and I know how eager he was to do the job. It's a shame that just due to politics some one like him was not picked up.

bujhee kom
July 19, 2010, 02:31 PM
Hahahahaah,,,From now on Akabir77 bhai, we shall curse at you if anyhting goes wrong at BCB! Hhahaahha...we will toture you Akabir77 bhai, you will be blamed for all the wrongdoing and mistakes, and you cry like a little baby, okay?!!

FaridpurChicago
July 19, 2010, 03:10 PM
Guys, you are too harsh on him. He's an Engineer from Buet, played for Mohammedan/Abahani, did MBA. He speaks nice and communicates well. He was successful in his dual role as Buet student and first division cricket player. He used to tutor two of his vagne and they landed at Buet and DMC. Where you'll find such combination of brilliant student, Mangment-Engineering degree, Cricket Player-Management experience.
And he didn't take any bribe in his life which is uncommon among BD engineers. If he fails then the greedy Bangladeshi politics is to blame, not him. He will only fail to communicate places where things are communicated through money.

Sohel
July 20, 2010, 09:22 AM
Brunei!!!

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SS
July 20, 2010, 01:33 PM
nobody can save BD cricket....

MohammedC
July 20, 2010, 03:56 PM
nobody can save BD cricket....

Correcto. No one can.
We are doomed and going back to eighties.
Banglacricket.com will die slowly.
No more match thread.
No more poll.
Missing thread in FC section will overflow.
Zaved bhai will offer people free chicken biryani to start conversation about Bangladesh Cricket.

We will start following pakistan cricket.........hold on why did I write that.

We cant follow them morons because we are what we are. Forever Bangladesh or should I say "Forever Bangy"


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