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Night_wolf
May 26, 2012, 09:28 PM
Anamul,Asif and Mominul are the future of our team. although we wish all of the good luck for the future its unlikely that 3 of them having the exact amount of success in the future. One of them may be more successful then others. who do you think has the brighter future among the 3 and why

I believe it will be asif ahmed, though the kid didn't got the chance to show his skills in BPL(i still dont get it) like Mominul and Anamul, he consistently performed well in the NCL..he was leading the Highest run tally just before anamul overtook him at the last. He has also a decent bowling record that the other two doesn't have. And Asif's U-19 Stats are better then Anamul and Mominul. guys who did well for BD in Int level did well in U-19s..guys like shak,tam,mushy mash ash..thats why i believe asif is the guy to look out for among the 3 in the future

Max100
May 26, 2012, 10:32 PM
All 3 are talented. I think along with them there is tasamul, sabbir should be mentioned too. They need proper nurture.

Ian Pont
May 26, 2012, 10:47 PM
No comparison sorry. Anamul is the rising star of Bangladesh Cricket>

I just hope he doesn't get influenced by complacent and lazy attitudes to being the best he can, that have influenced many.

This kid has a HUGE future

BD Rox
May 27, 2012, 12:30 AM
Anamul on top.
Great future. Nice tecnique. Positive sensible batsmen. Looks perfect behind the stumps.
Gotta utilize this kid in proper way.

Max100
May 27, 2012, 01:23 AM
Thanks Ian Pont. Love ur input.

Max100
May 27, 2012, 01:24 AM
This coming t20 will be awesome experience because we might see tamim anamul shakib Nasir for the first time together. Hopefully they will not select shahadat.

Gowza
May 27, 2012, 02:19 AM
Anamul seems to be very well rounded, great talent mixed with decent technique, good attitude, DBS consistently scores centuries which is somewhat of a rare trait. Asif needs to find his form again, probably not quite the immense talent an anamul is but he gets results. Mominul is in the mushy mould with solid technique, small huh but can still hit the ball far just needs to work on consistency. Sabbir also has great talent and so does shuvagata

Sohel
May 27, 2012, 04:26 AM
Of the choices here, Bijauy by a lightyear. Shubhagauto also has great potential and I'm shocked not to see him here. Probably won't see Shoummo's name in a couple of years either. Perhaps I shouldn't be until they "revert" with Shubhashish and grow a beard. Rumman has temperament issues he needs to resolve and I'm not sure of Shouraubh or Ratul sustaining success in international cricket at this point. That being said, I'm in favor of giving each of them a prolonged go sooner rather than later.

tanvir_nus
May 27, 2012, 04:37 AM
A few names missing in that list? Tazkin Ahmed, Abul Hossain, Alauddin Babu. And yah Anamul Haque is probably on the brink of selection so let's concentrate on those the pipeline.

MohammedC
May 27, 2012, 04:38 AM
My avatar should tell you.

At the moment Anamul is way ahead of other youngsters. But Asif and Muminul has potential, they need to keep practicing hard and they will be as good as Anamul.

TimAus
May 27, 2012, 04:41 AM
Hard to really judge them as I've barely seen them bat but Anamul seems to be the sort of guy who when he gets a good score can turn it into a big one. He has a good ratio of turning 50s into 100s which a lot of Bangladesh batsmen struggle with. The true test for these guys will be international cricket, especially Test cricket but it seems like Bangladesh have a decent future for their batting stocks. Hopefully one of them can be a real star and average 50 in tests.

Sohel
May 27, 2012, 04:48 AM
We're still looking for Mr. 40.0 who can stay there throughout his career. Tamim can do it if he quits smoking, and doesn't get physically and mentally tired after his almost effortless 50s. But I do believe that both Anamul and Hom have the desire, natural ability and temperament to do it. They both rotate the strike at will and can put the loose ball away safely but with authority.

MohammedC
May 27, 2012, 04:48 AM
Of the choices here, Bijauy by a lightyear. Shubhagauto also as great potential and I'm shocked not to see him here. Probably won't see Shoummo's name in a couple of years either. Perhaps I shouldn't be until they "revert" with Shubhashish and grow a beard. Rumman has temperament issues he needs to resolve and I'm not sure of Shouraubh or Ratul sustaining success in international cricket at this point. That being said, I'm in favor of giving each of them a go sooner rather than later.

Shuvagoto Hom is 26. Still young.

But I think night_wolf was talking of players who are
19/20 years of age who has potential.

Night_wolf
May 27, 2012, 05:13 AM
Shuvagoto Hom is 26. Still young.

But I think night_wolf was talking of players who are
19/20 years of age who has potential.

yeah i was talking about guys who have 15 years of cricket ahead of them, and i was talking about batting prospects since we are still yet to produce a consistent batsman, by consistent i mean not tamim like, like Shiv, not good looking but gets the job done.

i didn't considered any upcoming fast bowlers since i dont think any of them can do any significance..lets face it we are yet to produce another mash let alone a 5* fast bowler..and its something if a god gifted talent doesn't come out of the blues our system cant produce one.

i had high hopes of shuvogoto after sohel bhais good recommendation but since then he hasn't done anything significant

Sohel
May 27, 2012, 05:49 AM
As a total outsider well outside the BKSP system but with tremendous ability and temperament, Shubhagauto did well enough during his debut series at the highest level whenever he batted.

1. 32 run out (looked good until he was run out) with SR 88.88. Three 4s and the rest in 1s and 2s.

2. 35* with SR 87.50. Six 4s and the rest in 1s and 2s.

3. 3 caught (This was the only dismissal where he was at fault. He got bogged down, unable to rotate the strike because of very good bowling and fielding, and tried to break free with a risky shot over the ring. Mistimed it and got caught like the novice he is) with SR 30.0.

4. DNB (Is that a crime? Should Tamim be dropped for not playing BPL or IPL? Of course not! Why? Because he has ABILITY!!!)

No way in hell does this warrant dropping him once we put things in context.

International level players should be benched for failing at that level, not at our sub par domestics. Domestic performance, in light of its qualitative context, cannot be the sole criteria for selection at the highest level, and it isn't. It IS however an excuse to justify selection based on lobbying, nepotism and sectarianism. That being said, there is no excuse for not doing well in any match you play.

Equinox
May 27, 2012, 06:03 AM
Of the three, Mominul is the only one who has performed at the higher levels (A team, Academy) which Anamul and Asif haven't been able to do yet. However, I think Anamul has come a long way in the last few months especially since the BPL. He was the only one who played regularly for his team and was entrusted with the most responsibility. That must've done his confidence a lot of good.

mar umpire
May 27, 2012, 06:07 AM
Anamul the ANimal for sure
Januar er moto khela shuru korle ei t20 te khobor ase-amon ki Pune bhoi pabe oke kinte

simon
May 27, 2012, 07:10 AM
i dont know any of them much, only saw in BPL, so wont say much.
but the one with the less quantity of "ego" or the most mishti cheley of the three has the brightest future.
shob chey nomro bhodro binoyi ebong senior der salam adab dey konta?
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Tiger444
May 27, 2012, 08:01 AM
From watching all of them, you'd have to say its Anamul. I can say for sure that the guy can average a 40 in both forms of the game at one point of his career. His hand-eye coordination is just remarkable. His ability to get in to position before the ball is being bowled was great to watch. Too many times we've seen our batsmen have their feet planted at the crease and just wait for the ball being bowled and then play a shot. So it was great to see that Anamul has solid footwork which is crucial to success in the international level. With the troubles we're having at the top order, its been long overdue to give Anamul a run.

I like Mominul as well. He seems to be a left handed Mushy as mentioned before. He looks really compact and his hand-eye coordination is also very good. He's small but can really hit some big sixes. Also has multiple gears which makes him versatile. I have confidence that he'll be a solid player.

Unfortunately, I didn't see much of Asif but he looks like a good prospect as well. He has some good scores from U-19 and Academy level. It would've been great to see how he did at the A team level but thanks to Gazi Tank, he didn't get a chance.

Hom is also another impressive talent. I thought his hand-eye coordination was really impressive and his ability to rotate the strike from the word go was also great. That being said though, I think that one of his issues he has to work on is his tendency to overbalance and also his footwork. I didn't see enough foot movement from him which is important at the highest level. If he can sort those issues out, I can see him being a very good player.

Shabbir is another prospect that looks really good. As Sohel bhai said before, he has issues with his temperament still so he probably needs a little more time before he's brought in but he's definitely guy we should keep an eye on.
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Sohel
May 27, 2012, 08:09 AM
^Excellent post.

Tiger444
May 27, 2012, 08:15 AM
^Excellent post.

Thanks Sohel bhai. That means a lot coming from you.
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WorldCup11
May 27, 2012, 08:35 AM
I thought this cats-eye guy here (playing with Naeem) would be a future prospect, he got aggression, he looks dangerous too in the middle, what happened to him?

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cricket_king
May 27, 2012, 09:19 AM
^ That's Sabbir Rahman.

Max100
May 27, 2012, 10:06 AM
Enjoyed the video

rinathq
May 27, 2012, 12:36 PM
Obviously Anamul is at the top, but with proper guidance and training there are couple of players who has a lot of potential and can shine in future. And these are not youngstars, but have been playing Domestic cricket for quite a while and waiting for a debut.

First one is Farhad Hossain. Great batsman for longer version and can bowl a bit too. Bangladesh needs consistent top order test batsman and Farhad has a lot of experience playing for Rajshahi. I am sure, under the guidance of an international level coaching staff, this player will only improve.

Second: Saqlain Sajib.... Not that Bangladesh needs any more spinners but this guy could be a great backup. With 176 wickets under his belt with only 36 matches, he is a proven performer.

Alauddin Babu is also a great prospect. He can bat well and he is a handy bowler. Usually Bangladesh cant play 3 pacers but Alauddin can play as a perfect seam allrounder specially for the shorter version

mar umpire
May 27, 2012, 10:00 PM
:lol: that's right, that is def the criteriai dont know any of them much, only saw in BPL, so wont say much.
but the one with the less quantity of "ego" or the most mishti cheley of the three has the brightest future.
shob chey nomro bhodro binoyi ebong senior der salam adab dey konta?
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lamisa
May 28, 2012, 04:05 AM
my money is on anamul

Night_wolf
May 28, 2012, 11:00 AM
Anamul winning by a landslide is no surprise but i am surprise to see so little love for asif..you people are missing a gem

Gowza
May 28, 2012, 09:15 PM
surprised mominul hasn't got more votes tbh. not surprised anamul is leading since he did well in u19s, has done well in domestic cricket and bpl. asif didn't get much of a run in bpl, and hasn't performed as well lately in domestic cricket. also asif isn't known for getting centuries as much as anamul and that 150 mominul got for the A team is stuck in everyones head.

Sohel
May 28, 2012, 11:38 PM
I think many fan here are beginning to put non-international stats into proper qualitative context, and then assessing whether promising young players have what it takes in terms of ability to sustain success at the highest level against better bowlers, in different conditions and under tremendous pressure. Then again it's tough to assess that kind of ability and actually contextualize the available stats without actually witnessing the guys play.

Votes in favor of Ratul isn't at all surprising from that angle. Shouraubh was seen more in the BPL and naturally he got more. Ian's endorsement of Bijauy contributed to his monumental lead.

tanvir_nus
May 29, 2012, 12:12 AM
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I have a feeling this 17 year old is gonna be the next Mashrafe from Bangladesh. Taskin Ahmed plays for U-19 and already bowls above 80 miles/hour.

lamisa
May 29, 2012, 12:26 AM
^^ let's hope he doesn't fall prey to injury

Gowza
May 29, 2012, 12:41 AM
^^let's also hope he can hone his talent and get some good control of the balls he bowls, no use having a fast bowler who bowls the ball all over the place.

Out_You_Go
May 29, 2012, 12:47 AM
My bet is on Anamul.

The guy is a real gem and is likely to play ahead of the other two for national team.

Hoping to see him in ICC-T20 WC with my own eyes. In sha ALLAH, flying to Sri Lanka with buddies for this extravaganza!


Regards.

al Furqaan
May 29, 2012, 07:29 PM
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I have a feeling this 17 year old is gonna be the next Mashrafe from Bangladesh. Taskin Ahmed plays for U-19 and already bowls above 80 miles/hour.

that really is a lovely action.

zinatf
May 29, 2012, 10:22 PM
Anamul. Would be waiting for his debut in the upcoming tri-series or in the t20 WC.

tanvir_nus
May 29, 2012, 11:27 PM
that really is a lovely action.

i know he got 2 wickets in that short video, but what interested me was the one he bounced... it was still climbing when keeper caught it which means he's got some serious pace and hits the deck hard. Has anyone seen this guy? I know he is only 17 but if Abul Hossain can jump from 80 miles to 90 miles this guy can touch Steyn.

tanvir_nus
May 29, 2012, 11:29 PM
Oh wait, looking at the video again made me realize that the keeper couldn't actually catch it, it flew over his head!!!!! whaaaa.... the slip folder is looking behind yah it flew past the keeper oh mann

Sohel
May 30, 2012, 02:34 AM
that really is a lovely action.

I love the fact that he doesn't collapse his front knee, thereby taking full advantage of his height to generate bounce. Good movement off the seam too. If he can bowl such deliveries consistently and nurture the desire to intimidate, he'll become quicker and quite a menace. I hope to check him out live next time I have the chance.

Tiger444
May 30, 2012, 10:35 AM
Ya Taskin Ahmed looks like a really good prospect. That video of him was really impressive. He's playing in the U-19 WC so we'll see how he does there. We should look to develop him properly.

M.H.Rubel
May 30, 2012, 02:12 PM
My prospect list:
Batsman:
1.Anamul
2.Mominul
3.Asif Ahmed
Bowler:
Alamin
Shohag Gazi

al Furqaan
June 1, 2012, 02:46 PM
I love the fact that he doesn't collapse his front knee, thereby taking full advantage of his height to generate bounce. Good movement off the seam too. If can bowl such deliveries consistently and nurture the desire to intimidate, he'll become quicker and quite a menace. I hope to check him out live next time I have the chance.

From the thumb nail, it appears his front knee is collapsing a la Sharapova. But if his line and length are good, coupled wit intelligent bowling...in short, if the lad can bowl, then he's a mouth-watering prospect for sure.

al Furqaan
June 1, 2012, 02:47 PM
actually nm, you're probably right Sohel bhai, his leg looks braced well in the video, though not the still thumbnail.

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June 4, 2012, 11:14 PM
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