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FagunerAgun
December 27, 2011, 01:48 PM
We are already overwhelmed with the conundrums of BPL and its grandiosity. Twenty five foreign players are ready to be auctioned on the soil of BD, a Dubaiwala is ready to buy a BPL team, etc. etc. and every day, more and more are coming to Banglacricket. Anytime, we see something interesting and important on the magic boxes, on the mesmerising palm boxes and on the print media, we run, don’t tumble, to Banglacricket to post it with our endless love for BC and for the innocent joy of sharing with our good friends. This is good news for us indeed; for all the BD cricket lovers and BD lovers around the globe. But my worries are about the health of our old mamma – I mean the economic impulse of her.

Some may say FagunerAgun has gone crazy, some may say give him a freezy to calm down, some cautious people may say this is a winter time, others may say freezies have no time.
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Well, I say then, let me finish this write up with my ‘decreasing capacity’, as I have so many problems with their uniquely marginalized and mighty soliloquy because of my old themed poor English. But my endless genuine love for my old mamma and her cricket makes me keep on writing here, may be until my happy death given that I will still be alive and well here.
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Now, let me go back to the topic and explain why I am worried. I am worried because in the sub-continent, when so much money flies and so much charisma blinds people in a cricket league, then comes up inevitable greed and corruption that we ably observed in noisy IPL and ICL.

So my worries are:
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1. BCB may unwillingly tangle up in a money losing contract like the one with Nimbus.<o:p></o:p>
2. Corruptions and greed may fork through the whole league.<o:p></o:p>
3. The foreign currencies in return of the of poor people’s body bags, may fly out of the country again.<o:p></o:p>
4. Some big and foxy corrupts are waiting to practice the same that they did in The Dhaka Stock Exchange.<o:p></o:p>
5. Poor and inefficient sports and entertainment management may bring more humiliation.<o:p></o:p>
6. The regional teams may not have proper management and marketing tools to increase their sustainable revenue growth.
<o:p></o:p>
I hope and pray that BPL will be a success, these will not happen in a catastrophic level. But a kid tumbles and hurts before it walks firmly. If it is true in this case, then our old mamma will be thrown out on the same old, dirty rugs and the foxes will run away with the money while the poor people are still languishing for having good meals for their kids.<o:p></o:p>

Navo
December 27, 2011, 02:37 PM
Very good post FagunerAgun bhai. I have similar concerns. Normally, I would expect those organizing this large scale event to learn from the mistakes of the IPL, Allen Stanford, etc but that might be expecting too much from the BCB.

FagunerAgun
December 27, 2011, 02:57 PM
Very good post FagunerAgun bhai. I have similar concerns. Normally, I would expect those organizing this large scale event to learn from the mistakes of the IPL, Allen Stanford, etc but that might be expecting too much from the BCB.
Yes, Navo bhai, if the foreign currencies earned in this league exceeds the foreign currencies lost and organizing this event is successful, then it is acceptable.

But I doubt it. I hope this event will not be a liability.

zman
December 27, 2011, 03:09 PM
I also agree with the theme of this thread. Despite being a proponent of T20, I have no interest in BPL, at least for the time being.

simon
December 27, 2011, 04:02 PM
good thread Fagun da.
actually I'm in almost total darkness abt this BPL thing, as everything is happening so quickly, idk what the outcome will be, I'm worried if we are ready for a tournament such as this.
Even though it involves players from world wide, as far as I know it's a join venture between BCB and India, that's what worries me the most. :-|

TigerEz
December 27, 2011, 04:13 PM
Fagun vai showing his Agun! nice one vai

Nadim
December 27, 2011, 04:18 PM
Fagun vai showing his Agun! nice one vai

Pola to noy jeno Aguner gula:D
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uhv
December 27, 2011, 09:21 PM
Very good points. On the other hand, if we can force the divisional t20 teams to share their profit (at least 50%) with their respective First-class teams , then BPL may be a win-win situation for everyone. It may also lead to the self-sufficiency of the so called regional cricket associations (must be formed within ~12-18 months)

FagunerAgun
December 27, 2011, 09:34 PM
Very good points. On the other hand, if we can force the divisional t20 teams to share their profit (at least 50%) with their respective First-class teams , then BPL may be a win-win situation for everyone. It may also lead to the self-sufficiency of the so called regional cricket associations (must be formed within ~12-18 months)
Just born new bhai, excellent idea for the hollistic BD cricket. But I am not sure Divisional Crickets are the associates or subsidiaries of BCB or they are independent entities. But whatever the case does not matter, if T20 teams can instill more money and extra energy to the respective First Class Teams, that will be a very cohesive endeavour for all and the BD domestic cricket will gain a lot in one leap. :up::)

The lonely BD Parliament or the cranky BCB can amend their charters/statutes or simply introduce something to make this great venture take place to help us all. :):flag:

FagunerAgun
December 27, 2011, 09:38 PM
Pola to noy jeno Aguner gula:D

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Nadster and TigerEz, kudos to you all, to all my friends here. Without your support and encouragement, I must not have been here, specially, the encouragement of zunaid bhai. :)

zsayeed
December 28, 2011, 12:38 AM
Fagun Bhai, beautiful original writing. A breath of fresh air. :) :) keep it going... a nice nostalgic and forward looking post at the same time - that time of the year? Heart warming to read.

As for the concerns, it is concerning in BD. Money and BD does not go well - hopefully the matures will survive unscathed. The dedicated will persist - and I hope all will be able to know in their hearts the right answers.

Zeeshan
December 28, 2011, 02:11 AM
Loved it Fagu mama loved it. You sound better and cooler in this tone... jmho.

firstlane
December 28, 2011, 03:14 AM
This BPL is shameless copying of IPL starts with the naming, then the introduction of icon players, getting an indian based event management company, injection of bollywood dancers cum actors and so on. and I am sure they will try to entertain attendees with c-grade dancers as well. disaster is written all over it. it will be like one of dhallywood's so called remake of bollywood movies. and we all know how are they like!

Shaun petr
December 28, 2011, 05:00 AM
This BPL is shameless copying of IPL starts with the naming, then the introduction of icon players, getting an indian based event management company, injection of bollywood dancers cum actors and so on. and I am sure they will try to entertain attendees with c-grade dancers as well. disaster is written all over it. it will be like one of dhallywood's so called remake of bollywood movies. and we all know how are they like!

so u want shakib khan to perform??
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BANFAN
December 28, 2011, 05:29 AM
Because it's a league with privately owned teams, I hope the investors will take care of their benefits and no need to worry so much of corruption and all. If the teams don't find it profitable, they will shout out louder.

National economy will benefit almost the same either way. No question of losing, since government money is not being utilized. And those who are crying it to be a copy of IPL, it has been proven to be profitable and workable, so why should we change it? We aren't known for innovation either, in any field. So what's the problem in copying IPL? Even IPL isn't originally an Indian concept.

Whatever is the final outcome, I personally welcome the idea of BPL and irrespective of all the skepticism, I think this will greatly benefit our cricket and cricketers, in terms of money, exposure and improvement.

Naimul_Hd
December 28, 2011, 05:48 AM
IPL owners seem to be more focused on winning the cup as it has become a matter of prestige among big shots. For this reason, they are serious enough to open new training camp, facilities to respective cities to groom new future players which in a way helps to develop local cricket. Another important thing is, all the IPL team owners are local whereas in BPL, owners may be foreigners who may not be enthusiastic about developing local infrastructure. When foreigners become owner, only thing comes to their mind is increasing 'Profit' and minimizing 'Costs' !

firstlane
December 28, 2011, 07:57 AM
so u want shakib khan to perform??
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no i dont want any movie star to perform. i would prefer a real singer performing his own song. and we have many great singers.

mufi_02
December 28, 2011, 09:59 AM
So far, BPL looks a like house built of cards. Priority should have been first class structure now. Instead, we will have a generation of cricketers interested in boom boom cricket.

roman
December 28, 2011, 10:40 AM
Because it's a league with privately owned teams, I hope the investors will take care of their benefits and no need to worry so much of corruption and all. If the teams don't find it profitable, they will shout out louder.

National economy will benefit almost the same either way. No question of losing, since government money is not being utilized. And those who are crying it to be a copy of IPL, it has been proven to be profitable and workable, so why should we change it? We aren't known for innovation either, in any field. So what's the problem in copying IPL? Even IPL isn't originally an Indian concept.

Whatever is the final outcome, I personally welcome the idea of BPL and irrespective of all the skepticism, I think this will greatly benefit our cricket and cricketers, in terms of money, exposure and improvement.

I think so too. And I am pretty sure that after 2-3 seasons of BPL, we wont be suffering in BPP anymore. And the mindset of our players will improve significantly as they will be playing and sharing the dressing room with some quality players. Atleast they wont lose the game before it actually started. This maybe boom boom cricket or picnic cricket or however you want to name it but I think this can be a way to improve our cricket.

Now that we have copied IPL why not also copy Ranji tournament BCB? Trust me BCB, its not that bad...

shuziburo
December 28, 2011, 01:03 PM
I think so too. And I am pretty sure that after 2-3 seasons of BPL, we wont be suffering in BPP anymore. And the mindset of our players will improve significantly as they will be playing and sharing the dressing room with some quality players. Atleast they wont lose the game before it actually started. This maybe boom boom cricket or picnic cricket or however you want to name it but I think this can be a way to improve our cricket.

Now that we have copied IPL why not also copy Ranji tournament BCB? Trust me BCB, its not that bad...

BPL can be good to the players if they actually communicate with the icons. Ranji-type tournament could help our players learn playing patient inning.

lamisa
December 28, 2011, 01:15 PM
corruption toh hobei but not that much since the teams are privately owned

FagunerAgun
December 28, 2011, 07:25 PM
I think so too. And I am pretty sure that after 2-3 seasons of BPL, we wont be suffering in BPP anymore. And the mindset of our players will improve significantly as they will be playing and sharing the dressing room with some quality players. Atleast they wont lose the game before it actually started. This maybe boom boom cricket or picnic cricket or however you want to name it but I think this can be a way to improve our cricket.

Now that we have copied IPL why not also copy Ranji tournament BCB? Trust me BCB, its not that bad...
agree. This T20 'carvnival' is appreciated. But our players may improve a habbit of playing boom boom even in Tests.

At the same time, we should focus on the longest version of the game - 3-5 days games.

shakibrulz
December 28, 2011, 09:31 PM
At the very least the players will get far better exposure and better infrastructure. So players who knows how to make use of it, will.
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al Furqaan
December 28, 2011, 10:49 PM
So far, BPL looks a like house built of cards. Priority should have been first class structure now. Instead, we will have a generation of cricketers interested in boom boom cricket.

:up::up::up::up::up:

BPL will not be anything close to the glitz or glamour of IPL. We need first class cricket and we have DPL, BPL, joto shob premier league.

reyme
December 29, 2011, 03:07 AM
Only 70 BD players will get a BPL team and out of which only 36 can play!
And this players will become instant crore poti! So imagine the competition
Among players to get a team. Teams will have good coaching staff
And the payers will get a chance to play some nerve wracking intense close matches.
I think this will surely make our players better. And the profit can be used improving first class cricket.

I see a huge cricket craze going to develop among youngsters to become cricketers
This can only help our cricket.
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FagunerAgun
December 29, 2011, 11:02 AM
Only 70 BD players will get a BPL team and out of which only 36 can play!
And this players will become instant crore poti! So imagine the competition
Among players to get a team. Teams will have good coaching staff
And the payers will get a chance to play some nerve wracking intense close matches.
I think this will surely make our players better. And the profit can be used improving first class cricket.

I see a huge cricket craze going to develop among youngsters to become cricketers
This can only help our cricket.

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Good post. Hope this will happen for our cricket.

That is why even injured Mashrafe is now ready to play for his money, not for his country. Makes sense because this is true professionalism and this is a very professional league where so much money flies.

oronnya
December 30, 2011, 01:39 PM
We are already overwhelmed with the conundrums of BPL and its grandiosity. Twenty five foreign players are ready to be auctioned on the soil of BD, a Dubaiwala is ready to buy a BPL team, etc. etc. and every day, more and more are coming to Banglacricket. Anytime, we see something interesting and important on the magic boxes, on the mesmerising palm boxes and on the print media, we run, don’t tumble, to Banglacricket to post it with our endless love for BC and for the innocent joy of sharing with our good friends. This is good news for us indeed; for all the BD cricket lovers and BD lovers around the globe. But my worries are about the health of our old mamma – I mean the economic impulse of her.

Some may say FagunerAgun has gone crazy, some may say give him a freezy to calm down, some cautious people may say this is a winter time, others may say freezies have no time.
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Well, I say then, let me finish this write up with my ‘decreasing capacity’, as I have so many problems with their uniquely marginalized and mighty soliloquy because of my old themed poor English. But my endless genuine love for my old mamma and her cricket makes me keep on writing here, may be until my happy death given that I will still be alive and well here.
<o:p></o:p>
Now, let me go back to the topic and explain why I am worried. I am worried because in the sub-continent, when so much money flies and so much charisma blinds people in a cricket league, then comes up inevitable greed and corruption that we ably observed in noisy IPL and ICL.

So my worries are:
<o:p></o:p>
1. BCB may unwillingly tangle up in a money losing contract like the one with Nimbus.<o:p></o:p>
2. Corruptions and greed may fork through the whole league.<o:p></o:p>
3. The foreign currencies in return of the of poor people’s body bags, may fly out of the country again.<o:p></o:p>
4. Some big and foxy corrupts are waiting to practice the same that they did in The Dhaka Stock Exchange.<o:p></o:p>
5. Poor and inefficient sports and entertainment management may bring more humiliation.<o:p></o:p>
6. The regional teams may not have proper management and marketing tools to increase their sustainable revenue growth.
<o:p></o:p>
I hope and pray that BPL will be a success, these will not happen in a catastrophic level. But a kid tumbles and hurts before it walks firmly. If it is true in this case, then our old mamma will be thrown out on the same old, dirty rugs and the foxes will run away with the money while the poor people are still languishing for having good meals for their kids.<o:p></o:p>


:up::up::up::up::up:

oronnya
December 30, 2011, 01:42 PM
Only 70 BD players will get a BPL team and out of which only 36 can play!
And this players will become instant crore poti! So imagine the competition
Among players to get a team. Teams will have good coaching staff
And the payers will get a chance to play some nerve wracking intense close matches.
I think this will surely make our players better. And the profit can be used improving first class cricket.

I see a huge cricket craze going to develop among youngsters to become cricketers
This can only help our cricket.
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hmm that's another way to look at it ... I agree with you too.. :up::up:

FagunerAgun
December 30, 2011, 01:53 PM
'The bidding date for the six franchises of the upcoming Bangladesh Premier League Twenty20 competition has been deferred by five days as several companies are asking for time to understand its prospect, said the BCB officials on Friday.

The tender, which was scheduled to be held on January 5, will now be received January 10. The franchise-based T20 competition will begin on February 9.'

Still hope and pray everything will go smoothly with BCB and others.

akabir77
December 30, 2011, 03:41 PM
I am not going to follow BPL in protest of stopping the 4 day game where our priority should have been. We will get beaten by Zimbo's again. Please i ask every one to do this too. black out BPL.

FagunerAgun
December 30, 2011, 10:16 PM
I am not going to follow BPL in protest of stopping the 4 day game where our priority should have been. We will get beaten by Zimbo's again. Please i ask every one to do this too. black out BPL.
Agree. We are a test playing nation. So a league of longer version like Ranjie Trophy shoud have bee priortized over T20.

After this T20 BPL, I doubt our crore poti players will intend to stay on the pitch even for two hours in a Test match for their nation. :mad:

BCB is suffering from a 'peer pressure'. :outbad:

lamisa
December 31, 2011, 08:03 AM
ami team kinte chai!

BANFAN
December 31, 2011, 07:24 PM
ami team kinte chai!

Apu, Ora bakite bechbe na .... ;)

Naimul_Hd
January 1, 2012, 12:32 AM
ami team kinte chai!

ami tomar team e khelte chai ! opening batsman plus medium pacer ! good fielder too :)

minhaz
January 1, 2012, 01:04 AM
We shouldnt let sakib khan buy teams ........ :P

lamisa
January 1, 2012, 07:32 AM
ami tomar team e khelte chai ! opening batsman plus medium pacer ! good fielder too :)

daily fielding marle bhalo fielder toh hoben! :P

FagunerAgun
January 3, 2012, 11:53 AM
daily fielding marle bhalo fielder toh hoben! :P
Lol...:clap::clap::)

FagunerAgun
January 3, 2012, 11:56 AM
ami team kinte chai!
This is a good idea apu..but now, you need to focus on your brilliant academic career.:) Wish you the best...by the way, I am not a good fielder. :-D

zsayeed
January 3, 2012, 02:34 PM
Afridi is up for Auction! Seems like the BPL is on fire!!
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_HTj-dCuFUWQ/SfhIM3qzDnI/AAAAAAAAAJU/7EEdx7Z9VTg/s320/shahid-afridi.jpg
Boom Boom for sale in BPL
Sports Reporter, Daily Star
Shahid Afridi and Abdul Razzak, Twenty20 cricket's marquee names, have signed up with Bangladesh Premier League Twenty20 tournament.

The Pakistani duo who are currently playing in Australia's Big Bash League for Melbourne Renegades, will be up for sale in the players' auction when it takes place on January 19 and 20.

Fellow Pakistani Taufeeq Umar and Australian opener Aaron Finch have also put pen to paper.

The BPL governing council has informed that 111 foreign cricketers have so far signed up with the tournament and the figure is set to rise till the auction's date.

The 111 include big names such as Chris Gayle, Kieron Pollard, Dwayne Bravo, Shoaib Malik, Ajantha Mendis, Shaun Tait, Stuart McGill, James Anderson and Paul Collingwood among others. A hundred odd local players will also be up for auction.

lamisa
January 3, 2012, 03:34 PM
^^^ looks like he is on the auction for biyer patro!

zsayeed
January 3, 2012, 04:11 PM
^^^ looks like he is on the auction for biyer patro!

^ I thought that would get you:)!!

FagunerAgun
January 3, 2012, 05:11 PM
^^^ looks like he is on the auction for biyer patro!
hahahaha...pochhondo hoise naki. :) If so we can open a thread for BCB.

Seems to me he lost weight. Last time, when he visited India to play a series, some girls called him an 'elephant' because he gained so muchh weight and looked so big.

Habib
January 3, 2012, 05:30 PM
James Anderson, collingwood, gayle? Damn. If BPL is half as good as they claim, it'll attract a significant number of viewers abroad. Branding is the key here.

zsayeed
January 3, 2012, 05:39 PM
^^ Narey Fagun Bhai, ami ekta purano chobi Dhukaisi - ektu money Agun laganor jonno. :) :) :)

FagunerAgun
January 3, 2012, 06:10 PM
^^ Narey Fagun Bhai, ami ekta purano chobi Dhukaisi - ektu money Agun laganor jonno. :) :) :)
:-D :-D...yes, zsayeed bhai..it is a nice picture. Amare shoho agun lagaia disen. :)

ei shokale ghapti maira leper nichh thika post kortasen naki. :confused: Few minutes later, I saw your nick in this thread right now, then disappeared again. Seems to me you are in the West.:)

Banglaguy
January 3, 2012, 06:50 PM
The best thing I can see from this BPL is it will unearth some of the talents Bangladesh has promised and hidden. The diamonds in the rough will be on show, and they will have to be nurtured to make the core of the next generation.

FagunerAgun
January 4, 2012, 01:31 AM
The best thing I can see from this BPL is it will unearth some of the talents Bangladesh has promised and hidden. The diamonds in the rough will be on show, and they will have to be nurtured to make the core of the next generation.
This is our general expectation and one of the purposes of BPL. But I am skeptic a bit about the high probability for the new comers under the current set of BCB.

FagunerAgun
January 10, 2012, 04:18 AM
Poor health!! Now our CEO died. RIP.
Hope BCB will go ahead with BPL in this difficult situation.

FagunerAgun
January 18, 2012, 06:26 PM
Well, while I was writing this thread, I was thinking about the financial and economic health of BD with any potential negative impact on the common people.

But I missed a vital part - the cultural impact. With a due respect to the great Indian artists (and I must have respect because of my wife and her indian channels), I sadly say the inclusion of Bappi Lahiri and Arjun Ganguly in the BPL entertainment and management has shut the door for our rising and talented popular artists. The same thing happened in the last World Cup Chamionship.

I am away from my old mamma for a long time except the digital link and telephono, but still I hope BD has all the potentials to arrange this part of the entertainment with her loyal and talented artists. Our artists should have been given a chance, if not fully, then partially. But it did not happen. So BPL has become, some how, a Bangladesh Political League.

This is just my opinion and personal reaction to my 'ailing' mamma - now culturally; and what else to come! I don't have any political affiliation.

simon
January 18, 2012, 06:31 PM
Well, while I was writing this thread, I was thinking about the financial and economic health of BD with any potential negative impact on the common people.

But I missed a vital part - the cultural impact. With a due respect to the great Indian artists (and I must have respect because of my wife and her indian channels), I sadly say the inclusion of Bappi Lahiri and Arjun Ganguly in the BPL entertainment and management has shut the door for our rising and talented popular artists. The same thing happened in the last World Cup Chamionship.

I am away from my old mamma for a long time except the digital link and telephono, but still I hope BD has all the potentials to arrange this part of the entertainment with her loyal and talented artists. Our artists should have been given a chance, if not fully, then partially. But it did not happen. So BPL has become, some how, a Bangladesh Political League.

This is just my opinion and personal reaction to my 'ailing' mamma. I don't have any political affiliation.

100% agreed :up: :up:
atleast during the WC some of our artists did participate which was good,but this time,knowing that it's Bangladesh Premier League it's more awefull that instead of our local talents an Indian artists will lead the show.
How pathetic is that? screw me !

FagunerAgun
January 18, 2012, 09:36 PM
100% agreed :up: :up:
atleast during the WC some of our artists did participate which was good,but this time,knowing that it's Bangladesh Premier League it's more awefull that instead of our local talents an Indian artists will lead the show.
How pathetic is that? screw me !
Thanks..hope BCB >:) will wake up and will make it more accessible for our local artists.:)

Naimul_Hd
January 18, 2012, 09:42 PM
Thanks..hope BCB >:) will wake up and will make it more accessible for our local artists.:)

Momtaj ke chara BPL udhbodhon hoite dibo na...ei amar ek kotha !!!

Momtaj er Agun er gola gaan + Ash er dance = BPL success Guaranteed :D

FagunerAgun
January 18, 2012, 10:00 PM
Momtaj ke chara BPL udhbodhon hoite dibo na...ei amar ek kotha !!!

Momtaj er Agun er gola gaan + Ash er dance = BPL success Guaranteed :D
:-D :-D.....Fabulous idea...I like Momtaj...she sings from the very root of our culture and tradition.

lamisa
January 19, 2012, 11:10 AM
if the opening ceremony is full of indian artists and our local artists are very few in numbers, it will be such a sad thing!

FagunerAgun
January 22, 2012, 09:27 PM
if the opening ceremony is full of indian artists and our local artists are very few in numbers, it will be such a sad thing!

Specially, in the month of February. :o

firstlane
January 22, 2012, 11:03 PM
eishob ki hote cholese! satellite tv ja korte pare nai, BPL to dekhi taar cheye koyek goon beshi korse.
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FagunerAgun
January 22, 2012, 11:06 PM
eishob ki hote cholese! satellite tv ja korte pare nai, BPL to dekhi taar cheye koyek goon beshi korse.

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Mustafa Kamal has taken the advantage of BD charisma unilaterally and wait and see how long it lasts.

firstlane
January 22, 2012, 11:11 PM
Shalar bcb, Indian event management company chara aar kono desher event mgt company kujhe pelo na. nijera eka khabina, sathe aro 2/1 jon ke niye jamayet e khabi. ei Indian company to ekta Indian player o BPL er jonno aante parlo na. Bangali'r mathai shudhu kathal venge khawar dhanda.
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FagunerAgun
January 22, 2012, 11:13 PM
Shalar bcb, Indian event management company chara aar kono desher event mgt company kujhe pelo na. nijera eka khabina, sathe aro 2/1 jon ke niye jamayet e khabi. ei Indian company to ekta Indian player o BPL er jonno aante parlo na. Bangali'r mathai shudhu kathal venge khawar dhanda.

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:lol: :lol: :lol: Khek khek khek.... ebar kintu jobbor bolesen..bhaia. :clap::up::applause:

firstlane
January 22, 2012, 11:33 PM
BCB'r bhera guli india'r kothe shune ICL e jawa Bangladeshi player der 10 year jonno ban korsilo. aar ekhon? india oder baatil howa cricketer der o charte chai na. Nijera jotodin matha tule na darabe totodin onnera evabei treat korbe.

FagunerAgun
January 22, 2012, 11:53 PM
BCB'r bhera guli india'r kothe shune ICL e jawa Bangladeshi player der 10 year jonno ban korsilo. aar ekhon? india oder baatil howa cricketer der o charte chai na. Nijera jotodin matha tule na darabe totodin onnera evabei treat korbe.
Surely and uprightly, this is a veritable comprehension by your well-nurtured conscience-mind serenly containing a ferver of sanguine patriotism with a spontaneous and natural outburst of powerful emotion upholding the negative and troubling sides of our culture and reality, with a noble purpose for correcting within self - intrinsically and extrinsically (by external monitoring system). :)

firstlane
January 23, 2012, 12:52 AM
Surely and uprightly, this is a veritable comprehension by your well-nurtured conscience-mind serenly containing a ferver of sanguine patriotism with a spontaneous and natural outburst of powerful emotion upholding the negative and troubling sides of our culture and reality, with a noble purpose for correcting within self - intrinsically and extrinsically (by external monitoring system). :)

e to dekhi dada bhai ! :wow: