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BengaliPagol
April 27, 2012, 08:59 PM
Mother thread - http://www.banglacricket.com/alochona/showthread.php?p=1516108&posted=1#post1516108

Who do you think should be Mr. Dependable for Bangladesh?

Tamim Iqbal & Anamul Haque have recently been inducted into the BanglaCricket XI as opening batsmen. So now who do you think should bat at no. 3 for Bangladesh in ODI's?

Choose carefully from the poll above. The poll expires in 6 days

Discuss.

Gowza
April 27, 2012, 09:25 PM
i'm thinking jahurul or shuvagata for now.....asif ahmed could be a long term #3. i don't want to pick someone from down the order and i don't want to go back to ones who have failed many many times. mominul i'd prefer to have lower down the order if he was to make the team....

BengaliPagol
April 27, 2012, 09:26 PM
Sorry i mispelt Mominul Haque's name in the poll.

BengaliPagol
April 28, 2012, 12:03 AM
The no. 3 position has been a troublesome position for us.

I think this position is up for grabs for anyone. Bangladesh need to develop a Sangakarra/Clarke type player who sticks at the crease no matter what situation and will get the job done. Bangladesh are yet to possess a player who averages 45+.

The players that could fill that position are Jahurul, Mominul & Asif Ahmed. Mominul and Asif are still youngsters and both of them havent done anything spectacular yet so im a bit wary about them filling the void.

One man that could be given a go is Sir Ash. I feel like he still has unfinished business for Bangladesh. Well thats just my opinion though.

Shuvagata is another interesting prospect. He looked promising when he debuted but he just seems to have lost all confidence.

Im also curious to see how well Shakib does at no. 3.

I voted for Jahurul because he has a good all round game. He seems to play sensible shots and if he can gets his confidence up he will make consistent 40's.

Gowza
April 28, 2012, 12:26 AM
see i don't want to mess with shakib's spot by moving him higher, #4 should be the highest spot he bats atm imo, he could be a good #3 but he has bowling to worry about as well.

mominul has always been a middle order bat rather than a top order bat, that puts him at the #4 spot at the highest, i never see him bat at 3 so definately don't want to push him to the national team and get him to bat at 3 first up.

asif, if we are to pick a youngster to take the #3 spot right now then i'd be picking asif but i don't know he hasn't been batting top order lately and he hasn't been scoring runs either, he didn't have a good dpl or bpl and he didn't score runs in the recent FC match he played.

that's why for me it's between jahurul and shuvagata, and i'm not sure who to pick. jahurul was in the last team that played and did ok but not great. shuvagata did well with the limited chances he's so far had for the natioanl team but has been left out over the last few months due to poor domestic form however he seems to have got a bit of form back in the last month or so.

riyad is a possiblity but he never bats that high.

imrul is another but he usually opens rather than batting at #3 and i think it's worth giving jahurul and/or shuvagata a shot their to see what they are made of.

i've lost all confidence in ash, not just that but i also believe he has a bad impact on the team and how they perform.

i really want to hear what others have to say when it comes to this #3 slot before i vote.

tbh i think anamul would have made a great #3, possibly even better than the opener spot but the 2nd opener spot has also been a major issue for us and i think he'll do better than anyone else we try in that spot atm. although i reckon the same could have been said if he was to play at #3.....

BengaliPagol
April 28, 2012, 01:14 AM
^^ i know how you feel. There isnt a particular person that stands out for the no. 3 position. Im all for Jahurul. But im not even sure with that decision.

Siddique is another option.

The more people voice their opinions in this thead the better. Opinions will lead us to an answer.

I really wanted Imrul to be opening batsmen so that Anamul/Jahurul would fight it out for the no. 3 position.

My order of preference for who should bat at no. 3: Jahurul, Shuvagata, Junaed, Ashraful, Shakib, Kayes, Mominul, Asif

Gowza
April 28, 2012, 01:31 AM
^^ i know how you feel. There isnt a particular person that stands out for the no. 3 position. Im all for Jahurul. But im not even sure with that decision.

Siddique is another option.

The more people voice their opinions in this thead the better. Opinions will lead us to an answer.

I really wanted Imrul to be opening batsmen so that Anamul/Jahurul would fight it out for the no. 3 position.

My order of preference for who should bat at no. 3: Jahurul, Shuvagata, Junaed, Ashraful, Shakib, Kayes, Mominul, Asif

for me if imrul got the opener spot then anamul would get the #3 spot without question.

i thought about junaid but he's had a good number of matches and still struggling so i'd prefer trying other options. i'm still tossing it up between shuvagata and jahurul, might be leaning towards shuvagata atm and the reason for that is that he's come back to form as of late. i know jahurul has been in some good form lately to but shuvagata when he was in form previously was always my preference for a national team spot.

Maysun
April 28, 2012, 01:40 AM
Anamul Haque

BengaliPagol
April 28, 2012, 01:45 AM
Anamul Haque

Anamul Haque is already in the BanglaCricket XI. He is the opening batsmen with Tamim Iqbal.

http://www.banglacricket.com/alochona/showthread.php?t=40833&page=1000000000

Maysun
April 28, 2012, 01:58 AM
Anamul Haque is already in the BanglaCricket XI. He is the opening batsmen with Tamim Iqbal.

http://www.banglacricket.com/alochona/showthread.php?t=40833&page=1000000000

Yes, I'm aware of that. You see, over there in that thread, I've voiced my opinion that Anamul shouldn't open in ODI's and have voted for Tamim & Imrul.

And since this poll had an option "Other", I've voted for Anamul via write-in :)

I don't see Jaharul as a long term solution for the no. 3 spot. Maybe Asif/Mominul but atm according to me, Anamul would fit in perfectly. And I think we should move past Junaid, I'm a fan of him but he's been given a number of opportunities and has failed time and again.

Gowza
April 28, 2012, 02:15 AM
Yes, I'm aware of that. You see, over there in that thread, I've voiced my opinion that Anamul shouldn't open in ODI's and have voted for Tamim & Imrul.

And since this poll had an option "Other", I've voted for Anamul via write-in :)

I don't see Jaharul as a long term solution for the no. 3 spot. Maybe Asif/Mominul but atm according to me, Anamul would fit in perfectly. And I think we should move past Junaid, I'm a fan of him but he's been given a number of opportunities and has failed time and again.

but anamul can't play both as an opener and the #3....he's already chosen to be the opener so no point of voting anamul as the #3 even if you want him there.

Maysun
April 28, 2012, 02:20 AM
but anamul can't play both as an opener and the #3....he's already chosen to be the opener so no point of voting anamul as the #3 even if you want him there.

right, so my write-in vote is illegitimate

Gowza
April 28, 2012, 02:23 AM
right, so my write-in vote is illegitimate

what's the point of doing that?

BengaliPagol
April 28, 2012, 02:25 AM
right, so my write-in vote is illegitimate

You wasted your vote bro. :facepalm:

Maysun
April 28, 2012, 02:42 AM
what's the point of doing that?

As I don't see others as viable for no. 3 right now.

Maysun
April 28, 2012, 02:44 AM
You wasted your vote bro. :facepalm:

It's okay, I wouldn't have voted for anyone else from the list. So your poll is on track without my vote.

Gowza
April 28, 2012, 02:48 AM
ok but probably everyone who participates in these polls will disagree with at least one possibly even more of the players who get voted into the team. still fun to vote your next best in.

BD Rox
April 28, 2012, 04:47 AM
No doubt!
Shariar Naffes should bat at no.3.

Ace84
April 28, 2012, 10:23 AM
How about Nazimuddin "the snail"?

Habib
April 28, 2012, 12:16 PM
Jahirul should have more chance to prove himself at no.3.

BengaliPagol
April 28, 2012, 08:06 PM
How about Nazimuddin "the snail"?

If you want to vote for Nazimuddin then select the 'other' option on the poll.

Roey Haque
April 28, 2012, 10:42 PM
Yo BengaliPagol,

Since Anamul is already included in the team, I think we don't need another wicket keeper. Hopefully, people won't give Mushfiq a spot. And as for the no.3 spot, Jaharul must sit out for the same reason. Problem is, amongst you choices, no one really fits the no.3 slot. Naz and Shak should come a little later and others like Hom, I haven't seen much of. How about Riyadh? Thy guy can definitely stick around and has many shots in his repertoire. Always thought he should move up to get more balls to settle, never thought it would be no.3. But looks like that's what it has to be.
I'm voting for Riyadh at 3.

BD Rox
April 29, 2012, 01:31 AM
If you want to vote for Nazimuddin then select the 'other' option on the poll.

Why on earth any1 vote him.:facepalm:

BengaliPagol
April 29, 2012, 03:19 AM
Yo BengaliPagol,

Since Anamul is already included in the team, I think we don't need another wicket keeper. Hopefully, people won't give Mushfiq a spot. And as for the no.3 spot, Jaharul must sit out for the same reason. Problem is, amongst you choices, no one really fits the no.3 slot. Naz and Shak should come a little later and others like Hom, I haven't seen much of. How about Riyadh? Thy guy can definitely stick around and has many shots in his repertoire. Always thought he should move up to get more balls to settle, never thought it would be no.3. But looks like that's what it has to be.
I'm voting for Riyadh at 3.

Good on ya lad. IMO Anamul, Mushfiq and possibly Jahurul will be in the team so i will do a poll to finalise who will be wicket keeper.

Ive gotta ask. Why dont you like Mushfiq?

oronnya
April 29, 2012, 10:18 AM
Good on ya lad. IMO Anamul, Mushfiq and possibly Jahurul will be in the team so i will do a poll to finalise who will be wicket keeper.

Ive gotta ask. Why dont you like Mushfiq?

I have the same question.. E-)E-)

Why would someone leave out Mushy (one of our best batsman and a wonderful team member):-/

BD Rox
April 29, 2012, 02:02 PM
I have the same question.. E-)E-)

Why would someone leave out Mushy (one of our best batsman and a wonderful team member):-/
There are some people who are like these.:facepalm::flag:

Roey Haque
April 29, 2012, 03:49 PM
I have the same question.. E-)E-)

Why would someone leave out Mushy (one of our best batsman and a wonderful team member):-/

Okay, I shall answer both you and bengaliPagol at the same time then.
Mushfiq is a terrible keeper, who has cost the the team a lot in the past. Oh, how quickly the fans forget! Worse still, we had better keepers but we ignored them. Now people say Mushfiq is a good batsmen, but that has taken a lot of time, and even now he struggles against quality bowling. He is the type of player easily rattled by menacing pacers and spinners. I say he's the most overrated batsmen in the team right now. On top of everything, his height ,or lack there of, also factors into his inability to take diving catches. I mean, if you already have someone like Anamul and Jaharul in the team, why on earth would you make space for Mushfiq?

Roey Haque
April 29, 2012, 03:51 PM
There are some people who are like these.:facepalm::flag:


Correction: There are some wise people who have the guts to go against the popular tide and share their opinions for the sake of the team's benefit.:flag:

oronnya
April 29, 2012, 04:42 PM
Okay, I shall answer both you and bengaliPagol at the same time then.
Mushfiq is a terrible keeper, who has cost the the team a lot in the past. Oh, how quickly the fans forget! Worse still, we had better keepers but we ignored them. Now people say Mushfiq is a good batsmen, but that has taken a lot of time, and even now he struggles against quality bowling. He is the type of player easily rattled by menacing pacers and spinners. I say he's the most overrated batsmen in the team right now. On top of everything, his height ,or lack there of, also factors into his inability to take diving catches. I mean, if you already have someone like Anamul and Jaharul in the team, why on earth would you make space for Mushfiq?

Yeah on his keeping I agree with you.. But if we consider his batting who else in our team is steal solid against quality spinners/pacers apart from Tamim? Even Shakib struggles against quality spinners/pacers.. Shakib wasn't good against Swann, Ajmal and Malinga.. But the more he is playing them he is getting better... Same with Mushy.. Yeah he took time but still he showed the guts to fight a win all by himself.. He won us a T20 match last year.. He almost single handedly fought against Zim in an one day and scored 100.. He didn't get any support from the other end otherwise we would've won that match..And how can we forget his heroics against India in recent Asia Cup.. Also he was superb in both DPL and BPL..

Now why would you leave out such an experienced players who is trying his best to contribute for the team more and more.. It took us 5 years to get a batsman who can hold his nerves and bat to win matches... We shouldn't build a team on potential and new comers.. There should be a balance between the experienced players and new comers.. Mash, Tamim, Shakib, Mushy and Razzak gives us the balance with their experience.. That's the reason the new comers like Nasir can play with whole lot of freedom now..

Gowza
April 29, 2012, 06:54 PM
yeah mushy's keeping isn't the best but he is one of our best batsmen, take the gloves off him and give them to a better gloveman and then mushy can play as a specialist batsman.

Navo
April 29, 2012, 07:35 PM
Just a query - how has Naeem Islam fallen so far from the reckoning so quickly? He played in the West Indies series less than a year ago! I suppose there are better replacements beating at the door but I've always felt that he was a player that the management did not know what to do with.

Gowza
April 29, 2012, 11:14 PM
i agree, naeem is a player that was not used properly, but he had a simialr rise and fall to many previous national teamers. he started off really well, being able to even the best quality bowling to the boundary and before he was dropped he was struggling to make any runs.

guys like shuvagata and jahurul have pushed their names into national contention, youngsters like mominul and asif have pushed their claims over the last year, and nasir has emerged in the last year to join the performing middle order with shakib, rahim and riyad.

nowadays the weakest middle order spot is riyad, and the only other batting positions are 2nd opener or 1st drop. naeem is more of a #4/#5 in my eye's, he's not quite their to bat top 3 and he can't just pull out the big shots at anytime (much like riyad) that a middle-lower order bat needs to be able to do which means he's restricted to the direct middle order of #4 and #5 spots.

naeem is a good prospect though, he's on the fringes but will need to pull out big numbers consistently so he pushes his claim if one of the middle order bats loses form.

BengaliPagol
April 30, 2012, 03:49 AM
Okay, I shall answer both you and bengaliPagol at the same time then.
Mushfiq is a terrible keeper, who has cost the the team a lot in the past. Oh, how quickly the fans forget! Worse still, we had better keepers but we ignored them. Now people say Mushfiq is a good batsmen, but that has taken a lot of time, and even now he struggles against quality bowling. He is the type of player easily rattled by menacing pacers and spinners. I say he's the most overrated batsmen in the team right now. On top of everything, his height ,or lack there of, also factors into his inability to take diving catches. I mean, if you already have someone like Anamul and Jaharul in the team, why on earth would you make space for Mushfiq?

Bro no offence or anything but what planet are you living on? Mushfiq is our version of Mike Hussey. Someone who will be there till the end after a collapse. He is Mr Dependable of the Bangladesh team.

I admit his keeping isnt as good but it isnt horrible. Did you forget the clever stumping in the World Cup against England where he got Matt Prior out? That was pure intelligence and not many keepers would have thought like that on the spot.

Mushiq brings calm and collectiveness to the team. So what if it took him a long time to develop as a batsmen? What about Mike Hussey who played domestic cricket for 10 years until he debuted for Australia when he was about 34? Whats the problem? It took Hussey to develop into a good batsmen.

Gowza
April 30, 2012, 03:56 AM
Bro no offence or anything but what planet are you living on? Mushfiq is our version of Mike Hussey. Someone who will be there till the end after a collapse. He is Mr Dependable of the Bangladesh team.

I admit his keeping isnt as good but it isnt horrible. Did you forget the clever stumping in the World Cup against England where he got Matt Prior out? That was pure intelligence and not many keepers would have thought like that on the spot.

Mushiq brings calm and collectiveness to the team. So what if it took him a long time to develop as a batsmen? What about Mike Hussey who played domestic cricket for 10 years until he debuted for Australia when he was about 34? Whats the problem? It took Hussey to develop into a good batsmen.

actually hussey was a terrific batsmen even in his 20s, but australia had soo much great batting talent at the time it took until his 30s for a spot to open up for him to get a run. and you know what hussey was always a middle order bat in FC cricket, opened in list A's but not FC cricket. i think it was langer who got injured and the selectors went with hussey because he opened in list A's and had a terrific FC record, he took his chance scored runs and when langer came back they kept hussey and put him in the middle order.

mushy is one of BD's best, although shakib and tamim are probably more reliable. anyway for one-dayers and t20s it doesn't matter too much anymore, it's test matches where we might need to bring in a better keeper but anamul is needed more at the top of the order because dhiman can always take the gloves in tests.

BD Rox
April 30, 2012, 04:31 AM
Okay, I shall answer both you and bengaliPagol at the same time then.
Mushfiq is a terrible keeper, who has cost the the team a lot in the past. Oh, how quickly the fans forget! Worse still, we had better keepers but we ignored them. Now people say Mushfiq is a good batsmen, but that has taken a lot of time, and even now he struggles against quality bowling. He is the type of player easily rattled by menacing pacers and spinners. I say he's the most overrated batsmen in the team right now. On top of everything, his height ,or lack there of, also factors into his inability to take diving catches. I mean, if you already have someone like Anamul and Jaharul in the team, why on earth would you make space for Mushfiq?
How come is a terrible keeper? Now, c'mmon. To me, he is a great keeper.

BD Rox
April 30, 2012, 04:32 AM
Correction: There are some wise people who have the guts to go against the popular tide and share their opinions for the sake of the team's benefit.:flag:

Haha! You're right too.

BengaliPagol
April 30, 2012, 06:25 AM
Mushfiq is the captain so i dont know why people wouldnt want the captain in the team

Gowza
April 30, 2012, 07:19 AM
Mushfiq is the captain so i dont know why people wouldnt want the captain in the team

if they don't think he should be captain or don't think he deserves his spot on the team due to performance then i could understand someone not wanting him on the team. at this stage i'm questioning riyad's spot in the team and he is vice captain and i don't believe sammy should be the captain or even in the WI team so i can understand how someone might not want the captain or vice captain in the team.

but mushy is one of our best batsmen, i mean if you were to make an all time Bangladesh XI he'd have to make the team....

Gowza
April 30, 2012, 07:26 AM
jahurul running away with it atm. i still haven't decided between him or shuvagata. i always wanted shuvagata in the team ahead of jahurul and he did well while he was there but since jahurul has comeback to the national team he's shown some promise. neither of them have had a long enough run for use to really know who is better at the international level.

ok i will vote shuvagata, i've always been a supporter of him, i like jahurul but i've supported shuvagata for longer.

Roey Haque
April 30, 2012, 10:09 PM
Bro no offence or anything but what planet are you living on? Mushfiq is our version of Mike Hussey. Someone who will be there till the end after a collapse. He is Mr Dependable of the Bangladesh team.

I admit his keeping isnt as good but it isnt horrible. Did you forget the clever stumping in the World Cup against England where he got Matt Prior out? That was pure intelligence and not many keepers would have thought like that on the spot.

Mushiq brings calm and collectiveness to the team. So what if it took him a long time to develop as a batsmen? What about Mike Hussey who played domestic cricket for 10 years until he debuted for Australia when he was about 34? Whats the problem? It took Hussey to develop into a good batsmen.

You will say this and I will say that. I need to get a bite, McDonalds closes in 20 mins. But let me say this. I have inside sources which tell me Mushfiq's inclusion in the team in the first place was political. His dad has links in Bogra; BNP's home state. Will get back on the matter.

BengaliPagol
May 1, 2012, 05:55 AM
You will say this and I will say that. I need to get a bite, McDonalds closes in 20 mins. But let me say this. I have inside sources which tell me Mushfiq's inclusion in the team in the first place was political. His dad has links in Bogra; BNP's home state. Will get back on the matter.

Mushfiq didnt need 'political links' to become captain. Who else would captain Bangladesh besides Shakib and Tamim? Razzak? Kayes? Shafiul? Mashrafe would have been a close candidate but he has just come back from an injury so he needs to concentrate on his game. Mahmudullah isnt captain material so the only person worthy of captaincy would have been Mushfiq.

Tiger444
May 2, 2012, 08:52 AM
For now I would say the #3 spot should go to Jahurul. He didn't have the best of series in the Asia Cup but he's still new to international cricket. Also let's not forget that his 53 was key in the India win. So I believe that he's earned another series in the national team. Most probably the next series would be against Ireland so it should be an easier test then the Asia Cup even though it still won't be easy. If he knocks a half century in the series then he should continue but if he doesn't then it would be a good idea to bring in somebody else.

By the way, I don't see Mominul and Shuvagata as #3 batsmen. They're both better suited as middle order batsmen and would be wiser if they were slotted in at 4-7. Ideally, we should slot Riyad in at the #4 spot and give him a series or 2 to see how he does. If he does well then continue with Riyad and have Mominul and Shuvagata wait on the bench but if he doesn't then I say bring 1 of them in.

AbuDarda
May 2, 2012, 10:10 AM
You will say this and I will say that. I need to get a bite, McDonalds closes in 20 mins. But let me say this. I have inside sources which tell me Mushfiq's inclusion in the team in the first place was political. His dad has links in Bogra; BNP's home state. Will get back on the matter.

HA HA HA, what a comment!!! do you know, whats the rulling party in bd now??? ITZ AWAMI LEAGUE not BNP, Mr! in the meantime mushfique appointed as a captain becouse of BNP background??? what a source you have!!!
Really,mushfique don't have need any political power to be selected as a player or captain in national team.AND It should be known to you that mushfique was debuted in LORDS as a specialist batsman when he was then national u-19 CAPTAIN in which team shakib and tamim played under his CAPTAINCY!!!

roman
May 2, 2012, 10:23 AM
^ Mushy started his career in 2005. BNP was very much in power back then. On top of that the way Pilot was removed from the National team was suspicious. Roey's claim can very much be true..

AbuDarda
May 2, 2012, 10:46 AM
^^^ সত্যিই যদি মুশফিকের পলিটিক্যাল কানেকশন বিএনপির সাথে থাকতো তাহলে ও আওয়ামি লীগের আমলে এসে ক্যাপ্টেইন হয় কিভাবে?? তাও আবার লোটাস কামাল নামের জাঁদরেল আওয়ামি নেতা যেখানে বোর্ড সভাপতি??? উল্টা বিএনপির পাওয়ারে দলে ঢুকার কারণে ওর তো বাদ পড়ার কথা! আর এটা ভুলে যান কি করে যে,ঐ সময় মুশফিকের ব্যাটিং নিয়ে বেশ মাতামাতি হচ্ছিল,ঐসময় ও অষ্ট্রেলিয়ায় আন্ডার নাইন্টিন টিমের ক্যাপ্টেন হিসেবে খেলছিল। আর ইংল্যান্ডে এসে দলের সাথে যোগ দিয়েই কাউন্টি দল সাসেক্স এর বিপক্ষে দুর্দান্ত সেন্চুরি করেছিল ছোট্র মুশফিক,যা নিয়ে ইংলিশ মিডিয়ার সেকি মাতামাতি! একেবারে ১৬ বছরের শচিনের সাথে তুলনা করে বসেছিল! যার ফলশ্রুতিতে লর্ডসে স্পেশালিস্ট ব্যাটসম্যান হিসেবে অভিষেক,আর ঐসময় দলে তো পাইলট ই উইকেট কিপার ছিল,তো সমস্যাটা কোথায়? আমি মনে করি মুশফিক অবশ্য ই নিজের যোগ্যতায় ই দলে ঢুকেছে,যার প্রমান কিছুদিন পরেই ২০০৭ এর বিশ্বকাপে দিয়েছে।

oronnya
May 2, 2012, 11:08 AM
acchha how does it matter whether Mushy's inclusion to the national team was through a political connection?? hoitei pare oita shotto.. Ami to jani BD e shudhu merit er bhittite kothao e pouchhano jai na.. khuubbb haate gona lok actually can make it to any top position based on their merir.. One of my uncle actually had to retire from a govt job as he was not promoted for 15 years for being too honest and for not using any political connection.. Now he is working for UN.. DU te amader kotto shommanito professorder dekhlam politics er shathe jorito thakto druto promotion paowar jonno r kotto joggotashomponno manush sharajibon associate professor e theke gelo leftist chhilo bole..

So BD te eita emon bishal kono bapper na je ke political connection niye dhukse.. Merit wala ekjon jodi political connection diye dhuke thake tahole shomoshha kothai?? Mushfiq is an integral part of our team, period.

Navo
May 2, 2012, 11:25 AM
^^ The above is the exact reason why elections are viewed with such apprehension. There's so much upheaval, not only in the Government Departments and Ministries but throughout the Establishment and every organization that has anything to do with the government. Positively frightening to think how many innocent people's lives are ruined.

roman
May 2, 2012, 11:31 AM
acchha how does it matter whether Mushy's inclusion to the national team was through a political connection??

No it doesnt matter apu..Only thing i care about is performance and Mushy's perfomance has been good so far. And whatever you stated in your post is very true and a major problem for our country

I just wanted Abudarda vai to know that Roey' vai's claim may actually be true.

oronnya
May 2, 2012, 11:31 AM
^^ The above is the exact reason why elections are viewed with such apprehension. There's so much upheaval, not only in the Government Departments and Ministries but throughout the Establishment and every organization that has anything to do with the government. Positively frightening to think how many innocent people's lives are ruined.

Yes :( .. I learned it in a hard way that merit is not enough to gain something in life in BD.. I think that's the reason many people left BD :( .. not that this western world is any better.. tobe BD te bappergulo ekkebare chokher shamne hoi soo dekhte/shunte etto baje lage..

mufi_02
May 2, 2012, 11:47 AM
Political influence was used heavily back in our early days. A lot of players who had mama/chacha or even club's lobbying would get an early chance. But I think this influence has slowly disappeared. Now with strong media presence, every stats of player are analyzed before the national call.

My point is, the politics might still be there but not to the extent of the past. Also this lobbying might get a player into the side but if he doesn't perform he will get the ax very soon. In other govt jobs, an incompetent person might hold on to the job or even get promotion. But not in cricket. You HAVE to perform to retain your position.

oronnya
May 2, 2012, 11:48 AM
No it doesnt matter apu..Only thing i care about is performance and Mushy's perfomance has been good so far. And whatever you stated in your post is very true and a major problem for our country

I just wanted Abudarda vai to know that Roey' vai's claim may actually be true.

no no I did understand what you've said.. all I am saying at the end of the day it really doesn't matter how a person got to a certain position if they are performing well there.. Like Tamim got into the team easily because of his chachu's influence but do we regret that?? because if it was not Tamim/Musy it would've been someone else..may be someone not as good as Tamim/Mushy ...prithibitai ashole ebhabe cholchhe..

AbuDarda
May 2, 2012, 12:05 PM
রোমান ভাই,আপনিও কিন্তু বলছেন মুশফিকের ক্ষেত্রে এটা সত্যি হতে পারে,কিন্তু শিওর না। কিন্তু আমি তাতেও একমত নই,দলে চান্স পাওয়ার সময়টাতে মুশফিকের পারফর্ম্যান্সসহ পরিস্থিতি দেখিয়েছি আমি। আমার বেশ ভালভাবে মনে আছে যে শুধু আমাদের মিডিয়া না বরং ইংলিশ মিডিয়াও ওর উচ্ছসিত প্রশংসা করছিল,তাছাড়া মুশফিকের উপর আমরা ফ্যানদেরও হাই এক্সপেক্টেশন তৈরি হয়েছিল। আর পাইলটের ব্যাটিংয়ের অবস্থা সেসময় বেশ খারাপ ছিল,সো এই পরিস্থিতিতে দলে ঢুকতে রাজনৈতিক পাওয়ারের প্রয়োজনটা অবাস্তব বলেই আমার কাছে মনে হয়েছে।

BengaliPagol
May 4, 2012, 08:09 PM
The poll is closed and i am proud to say that by a clear margin Jahurul Islam has been selected into the BanglaCricket XI. Congratulations :applause:

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BengaliPagol
May 4, 2012, 08:18 PM
This is the BanglaCricket XI so far...

1. Tamim Iqbal - http://www.banglacricket.com/alochona/showthread.php?t=40833
2. Anamul Haque - http://www.banglacricket.com/alochona/showthread.php?t=40833
3. Jahurul Islam - http://www.banglacricket.com/alochona/showthread.php?p=1518074#post1518074
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9. Abdur Razzak - http://www.banglacricket.com/alochona/showthread.php?p=1518075#post1518075
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11.

x2man007
May 5, 2012, 06:33 AM
looks like we made the wrong pick yet again.

here is the real no. 3: http://www.espncricinfo.com/bangladesh/content/current/story/563725.html

i change my vote to anamul

Tigers_eye
May 5, 2012, 06:38 AM
Why does the poll close in 6 days after inception? I want to vote for Jaharul.

BANFAN
May 5, 2012, 07:38 AM
I want to vote for Anamul and he isn't even in the options...:(

Zunaid
May 5, 2012, 07:41 AM
I want to vote for Anamul and he isn't even in the options...:(

Because he got prematurely selected as #2.

BengaliPagol
May 5, 2012, 05:04 PM
I want to vote for Anamul and he isn't even in the options...:(

The fans already decided that they want Anamul to open the batting with Tamim.
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Maysun
May 6, 2012, 02:16 AM
I want to vote for Anamul and he isn't even in the options...:(

Same here BANFAN, I want Anamul at #3, but according to votes he's opening with Tamim!

BANFAN
May 6, 2012, 04:27 PM
Well I missed that vote then....:( I would have given some Jaal/fake votes to stop that...:)

max410
May 6, 2012, 11:47 PM
Anamul haque or jahurul is a very good replacement at number 3

BengaliPagol
May 7, 2012, 04:08 AM
Well I missed that vote then....:( I would have given some Jaal/fake votes to stop that...:)

BANFAN im pretty sure you voted in the opening batsmen poll. Because i remember you voted about 3 or 4 times.

http://banglacricket.com/alochona/showthread.php?t=40833&highlight=banglacricket

BANFAN
May 7, 2012, 04:31 AM
BANFAN im pretty sure you voted in the opening batsmen poll. Because i remember you voted about 3 or 4 times.

http://banglacricket.com/alochona/showthread.php?t=40833&highlight=banglacricket

Ya, I just checked... I voted Tamim & IK/JS/NU ....:) didn't check afterwards...to see who got finally voted in.

Looks like Majority isn't always right. :)

Anamul himself wants to be @3, Coach recommends him @ 3 and we have a bigger problem @3 than opening. Why majority @ BC wants to push him to opening against his will?? :-/:-/

Zunaid
May 7, 2012, 04:40 AM
Majority is not always right. And not everyone should be given the right to vote. :)

BengaliPagol
May 7, 2012, 04:41 AM
Well the no. 3 isnt a 'huge' problem if Jahurul performs.

BengaliPagol
May 7, 2012, 04:42 AM
Majority is not always right. And not everyone should be given the right to vote. :)

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

Good one. :clap:

BengaliPagol
May 7, 2012, 04:49 AM
Yes! I just surpassed 500 posts. :)

Is someone going to throw a party for me now?

E-)