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paco
March 10, 2004, 04:20 PM
With this win, Sumon becomes the second most winningest captain for BD with one win (ROTFLMAO). From rec.sport.cricket ..


The great Animal Islam led Bangladesh to two victories, against Scotland and Pakistan at the 1999 World Cup. Habitual joins Akram Khan (one win v Kenya) in the captaincy Hall of Fame.

Andrew


paco (a.k.a handle)

Navarene
March 10, 2004, 04:31 PM
OMG! what do "Animal" & "Habitual" suppose to mean? Is this an original report/post by Andrew or you did a typo??

paco
March 10, 2004, 04:35 PM
this is the original post. "Habitual" stands for "Habitual Basher". He had witty names for ash and Mashrafee too, but i can't remember what they are now

Zunaid
March 10, 2004, 05:06 PM
Originally posted by paco
this is the original post. "Habitual" stands for "Habitual Basher". He had witty names for ash and Mashrafee too, but i can't remember what they are now

Ahsraful = Ashtrayful

FaltuRidwanBhai
March 11, 2004, 02:42 AM
jaihok,
bashar chomotkar bhabe tini kintu shuru korlen tini tar one day ar odhinayokotto. prothome one dayte kintu test ar tulonai tar performance kharap. ditiyoto test a tar performance kintu chilo kharap. ebong doler oh kintu porajito hoyechilo. tai bashar ar upor chap chilo kintu marattok. tobe bashar kintu shai chap besh bhalo bhabai shamlalen. bat a kintu pelen run. korlen kintu tini ordhoshoto run ebong shob cheye boro kotha sheta hochhe dol kintu dekhlo shafoller mukh. ar age aminul ebong akram tarao odhinayok hishebe shafollo peyechilen. tobe ami bolbo je tader tulonai bashar ar joita chilo beshi mone rakhar moton. karon akhon bangladesh pelo akti test nation ar shathe joi ebong bangladesh ebar joi pelo 47 match ar por. dannabad.