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al Furqaan
February 7, 2013, 11:32 AM
Its on cricinfo...the article does mention that the decision rests with Shakib and the selectors, but Akram has hinted that he thinks the ZIM tour is more important and wants to rest Shakib for SL series.

Hopefully the competitive spirit in Shakib will play in the SL tests, because otherwise we're effed.

http://www.espncricinfo.com/bangladesh/content/story/603784.html

PoorFan
February 7, 2013, 11:40 AM
It was coming all these days, but hope he will play in SL series. I rather want him to rest in Zimbo series.

mufi_02
February 7, 2013, 11:49 AM
I agree. If possible, Shakib should play SL series and miss Zim. We are strong now and can beat Zim without him. But we need to win or put up strong fight against the Lankans.

Max100
February 7, 2013, 11:55 AM
to beat zim, we have shahriar nafees. we need shakib to beat SL

Spiderman
February 7, 2013, 11:57 AM
I agree, its best for him to play the whole series against Sri Lanka than Zimbabwe rather the other way around. But that doesn't mean we should take Zimbabwe lightly after what happened in 11. Hopefully the test series against Zimbabwe even the ODI series will be increased.

kalpurush
February 7, 2013, 12:01 PM
It was coming all these days, but hope he will play in SL series. I rather want him to rest in Zimbo series.
My thought too.

Shakib should be in SL squad unless his injury is a serious one.

kalpurush
February 7, 2013, 12:02 PM
to beat zim, we have shahriar nafees. we need shakib to beat SL
Here you go...

And the icing on the cake is he is on top form too!

al Furqaan
February 7, 2013, 12:26 PM
It was coming all these days, but hope he will play in SL series. I rather want him to rest in Zimbo series.

Of course the decision might be predicated upon the injury and its seriousness (sounds like a condition called "shin splints" that my high school track coach diagnosed me with - which is very painful, but wholly benign) and not on the importance of the series.

But yes, I'd rather him sit out against ZIM than SL for obvious reasons. But ideally he should play both. A win against ZIM is neither guaranteed nor is it any less important in the grand scheme of things.

Nadim
February 7, 2013, 01:18 PM
[বাংলা] শ্রীলঙ্কা সফরে সাকিব আল হাসানকে পাওয়া না পাওয়া নিয়ে একটা সংশয় তৈরি হয়েছিল শিন বোনে ব্যথার জন্য। এজন্য বেশ কিছু পরীক্ষা-নিরীক্ষাও করা হয়েছে। সেগুলোর রিপোর্টও বৃহস্পতিবার পেয়েছে বিসিবি। রিপোর্টে খুব বড় কোনো সমস্যা ধরা পড়েনি বলেই জানালেন বিসিবির প্রধান চিকিৎসক দেবাশিস চৌধুরী। [/বাংলা]
http://www.banglanews24.com/detailsnews.php?nssl=96a31061944a4c2934bebe2d17354 01e&nttl=20130207101147172314

According to this article, it says its not serious...

Murad
February 7, 2013, 01:41 PM
Friday, February 8, 2013

Shakib cleared for SL
Sports Reporter

Star all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan will be available for selection for the upcoming tour of Sri Lanka as a bone scan on his shin done yesterday revealed 'nothing serious'.

“There was no major problem. There were some stress reactions and you know he has carried these sorts of things, so it's nothing serious. Shakib however has has been suffering from three complications (Exertional Compartmental syndrom, Tenoperiostitis, stress reaction), so he needs multifaceted management,” said BCB's sports physician Debashish Chowdhury yesterday.

“Shakib played the BPL matches without any problem, so we are hopeful but we need to discuss elaborately about all the reports and then we can confirm whether he will be available for the longer-version matches. We will also talk with Shakib. Physiotherapy and exercise will be his treatment and most importantly he will need to be used in a restricted and controlled manner,” he said, adding that they will also send the reports abroad for the opinions of foreign experts.


http://www.thedailystar.net/newDesign/news-details.php?nid=268263

Seems like he will miss the Test series. He will be available for the ODIs and T20.

AsifTheManRahman
February 7, 2013, 01:43 PM
Two things:

1. No more BPL for Shakib
2. Mominul er bhaat shesh

Nadim
February 7, 2013, 01:44 PM
Pls no more bpl 2 shak. We need you in TEST more than we do in ODI...

simon
February 7, 2013, 01:47 PM
phew, got me worried.
Good to have him in SL.
Forget Zimbabwe.
Forget BPL2, we can still win without scoring 200+ everytime

kalpurush
February 7, 2013, 01:47 PM
two things:


2. Mominul er bhaat shesh
অসুবিধা কি?

বিরিয়ানী খাবে!
একটু টাকা-পয়সা জমেতে হবে এই আর কি!! সময়ে হয়ে যাবে...

Nadim
February 7, 2013, 01:49 PM
Sakib set to miss SL, Zimbabwe Test series


‘We will decide on his future tomorrow [Friday] after discussing it with the selectors as he needs controlled participation in sports,’ said Debashish Chowdhury, a BCB physio.
‘He has got exertion participation syndrome and two-three minor injuries along with the stress reaction that he was carrying,’ he said.
Debashish indicated that he might not be available for the Test matches in Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe and could be available only for the one-dayers.


http://newagebd.com/detail.php?date=2013-02-08&nid=39391#.URP22qW56Ag


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According to this article, this does not look any good :( Without him, our test bowling attack is worse than Nepal...

simon
February 7, 2013, 01:52 PM
^^eishob ki chapao Nadim? :ohno: Kaaler Kontho link dao, oitai ashol

roman
February 7, 2013, 01:53 PM
Pls no more bpl 2 shak. We need you in TEST more than we do in ODI...

But he is my phantashy team captain :(

I would let Shak decide if he wants more rest or not. No need to force him to play tests if he is not ready mentally and physically. We cant afford to lose him for a longer period if he plays and get injured again

Spiderman
February 7, 2013, 02:10 PM
But he is my phantashy team captain :(

I would let Shak decide if he wants more rest or not. No need to force him to play tests if he is not ready mentally and physically. We cant afford to lose him for a longer period if he plays and get injured again

Like we play lots of tests anyway. I prefer if he plays in the Sri Lanka series than the Zimbabwe series since his injury is so 'serious'.

@Maysun - Ordinary Zimbabwe? funny we took them lightly in 11 and look what happened? got beat in Test and ODI series even our players took them lightly and if this is the attitude then sorry we will suffer the same fate again.

@Roman - New Zealand series is ages away, if you say we cannot beat Sri Lanka then really we shouldn't be wasting time playing with them. Hopefully after both these series are over, Bangladesh will get to tour Europe again and face Ireland in an ODI series as well to keep our team busy.

roman
February 7, 2013, 02:20 PM
Like we play lots of tests anyway. I prefer if he plays in the Sri Lanka series than the Zimbabwe series since his injury is so 'serious'.

Correct me if I am wrong but I think we are having a series against NZ soon. To me that series has more appeal than SL and Zim series. There is no way we are going to win a test in SL but we have a realistic chance to do something against NZ. A fit Shak is a must for that series IMHO. If Shak is fit to play test against SL, it will be really good no doubt but don't want to risk playing a half fit Shak against SL.

Maysun
February 7, 2013, 02:30 PM
No thank you! I'd rather have him sit out the SL tour than taking a risk and probably have him out for the ordinary Zimbabwe tour.

NoName
February 7, 2013, 05:34 PM
Shakib not playing? Another series win on the way guys:up:

Anyways, I actually want Shakib to rest for the SL tour but be 100% for the Zim tour. Personally I wouldn't be able to handle it if we lost a test AND odi series against Zim. Losing to SL, a dominating team at home, won't sting me as much and probably won't garner a lot of criticism but losing to Zim...

Eshen
February 7, 2013, 07:10 PM
My pick to replace Shakib would be Jahurul - he is versitile enough to fill in any batting position.

Please selectors, leave Momin out, he is still too green.

Zunaid
February 7, 2013, 07:13 PM
My pick to replace Shakib would be Jahurul - he is versitile enough to fill in any batting position.

Please selectors, leave Momin out, he is still too green.

Absolutely agree. Momin has a few years before he should be in contention. Jahurul is in reasonable form and can hold his end in Tests.

Night_wolf
February 7, 2013, 09:33 PM
Shakib not playing? Another series win on the way guys:up:



hahahaha...lets drop tamim to be double sure ;)

anyway shakib should sit out rest of the BPL, but i doubt DG will allow that

Zeeshan
February 7, 2013, 09:37 PM
I know it's a breaking news and bruhaha and bbq and all such that enchilada..but local talents have sputtered out from the kiln such that his position can still be questioned. Wishing him speedy recovery but boy! was BPL a revelation or sth. Only lament there is no a genius specialist SLA matching Shakib's wit, but I would take an in form Shamsur Rahman now over him. Or even Nafees. You say Shakib thrives under pressure, well T20 is a high pressure game and all the new talents have shown that they can cope with it from multiple angles of different players.

al Furqaan
February 7, 2013, 10:44 PM
I know it's a breaking news and bruhaha and bbq and all such that enchilada..but local talents have sputtered out from the kiln such that his position can still be questioned. Wishing him speedy recovery but boy! was BPL a revelation or sth. Only lament there is no a genius specialist SLA matching Shakib's wit, but I would take an in form Shamsur Rahman now over him. Or even Nafees. You say Shakib thrives under pressure, well T20 is a high pressure game and all the new talents have shown that they can cope with it from multiple angles of different players.

Lets try to remember that BPL's quality is still pretty iffy. Its one thing to hook Danza Hyatt for a six and another to straight drive Tait for one. Thus, very few of the BPL heros will actually cut it at international level. I never doubted Sabbir's ability, but I didn't think he had the temperament. But he's proven that he can be a limited overs player now.

Shakib is both our best batsman and our best bowler. If he is unable to go in the Tests it leaves a massive gap.

Gowza
February 7, 2013, 10:58 PM
If shakib can't play the tests I expect Marshall to come into the team covering for his batting with gazi and probably sunny doing the spin duties trying to cover for shakib on the bowling front.

Zeeshan
February 7, 2013, 11:23 PM
Lets try to remember that BPL's quality is still pretty iffy. Its one thing to hook Danza Hyatt for a six and another to straight drive Tait for one. Thus, very few of the BPL heros will actually cut it at international level. I never doubted Sabbir's ability, but I didn't think he had the temperament. But he's proven that he can be a limited overs player now.

Shakib is both our best batsman and our best bowler. If he is unable to go in the Tests it leaves a massive gap.

Yeah you got me. In my haste didn't notice "test"; thought he'd be missing the whole series.

Yes, he's defo. an irreplaceable Test material.

shakibrulz
February 7, 2013, 11:30 PM
Oh for ****s sake.

Eshen
February 10, 2013, 11:41 PM
As I said in another thread, Shak should go through next two tours as a batsman only. We don't have any tours after that for month, he can rest then (BCB should cancel his NOC for county).

Eshen
February 14, 2013, 07:48 PM
This is keep getting interesting - Shakib is carrying an injury, he will go to Australia for treatment (at BCB's cost, I assume) and most likely won't be available for SL tour, but BCB can't make him take rest from BPL!

MohammedC
February 14, 2013, 07:53 PM
This is keep getting interesting - Shakib is carrying an injury, he will go to Australia for treatment (at BCB's cost, I assume) and most likely won't be available for SL tour, but BCB can't make him take rest from BPL!

BCB will also earn approximately $ 200K USD if Shakib plays the whole BPL for the Gladiators.

shuziburo
February 16, 2013, 12:59 PM
BCB will also earn approximately $ 200K USD if Shakib plays the whole BPL for the Gladiators.

I hope that is not why he is playing. He is way more valuable to Bangladesh and BCB!

simon
February 16, 2013, 01:35 PM
My prediction:
Sakib will go to AUstralia
The doctors will say a surgery is not necessary immediately & he can continue playing with some chances
So Sakib will come back home & might not or will play the Test series but will definitely play the ODI series vs SRL

crikss
February 23, 2013, 01:57 AM
I am also expecting Shakib will play the ODI's but will probably miss test series.

dolcevita
February 23, 2013, 07:26 AM
Bangladesh in Sri Lanka 2012-13

Shakib ruled out of Sri Lanka tour
Mohammad Isam
February 23, 2013
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Shakib Al Hasan has been ruled out of Bangladesh's tour to Sri Lanka next month after it was decided that he will undergo surgery this week on his left calf muscle. His involvement in the Zimbabwe tour in April is also in doubt, as it will take him six weeks to return to active cricket, according to BCB's chief medical officer, Dr Debashish Chowdhury.

"Shakib will be out of action for at least six weeks after the surgery," Chowdhury said. "BCB has granted him permission to undergo the surgery. BCB president Nazmul Hasan agreed to release him as per the advice of the specialist in Australia."

More to follow ...espncricinfo.com

the question is : what has he done since the last series against west indies...very dissapointed with this...money talk, country doesn't matter

Nadim
February 23, 2013, 07:27 AM
SL missing Jaya and we r missing Shak...:D

Night_wolf
February 23, 2013, 07:46 AM
SL missing Jaya and we r missing Shak...:D

Sl missing sanga and herath is equivalent to we missing shak

so still we are missing more

Nadim
February 23, 2013, 07:50 AM
Sl missing sanga and herath is equivalent to we missing shak

so still we are missing more

seriously you comparing Sanga's batting with Shak? :-/

Zunaid
February 23, 2013, 08:54 AM
DHAKA, Saturday, 23 February 2013

Media Release

Injury update on Shakib Al Hasan

Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan underwent an MRI and a compartmental pressure study test at the St. Vincent’s Clinic in Sydney on Friday. The tests re-confirmed that Shakib is carrying lower limb exertional injuries.

BCB sports physician Dr. Debashis Chowdhury said: “The tests were taken under the supervision of Dr. Scott Barnes who is an expert in lower limb injuries and the reports are consistent with our earlier findings that he has exertional compartment syndrome, stress reaction and tenoperiostitis of the shin on his right leg.

“Dr. Barnes has reviewed the injury and his suggestion is that for the exertional compartment syndrome Shakib should undergo a release operation. Taking into consideration Shakib’s importance to Bangladesh cricket and for the long term benefit of the player the BCB’s medical team has decided to endorse Dr. Barne’s suggestion. Shakib is expected to have a biomechanics test on Sunday and after that a date for the surgery will be scheduled which should be before the end of the week.

“He is expected to be able to resume playing in 4-6 weeks after the surgery.”

“For his other injuries the BCB medical team in consultation with concerned specialists will device a long-term management plan which would include rehab and biomechanical correction if required.”

The Bangladesh High Commission in Canberra is in constant contact with the world's number one ranked Test all-rounder.



--- ENDS ---

shakibrulz
February 23, 2013, 10:01 AM
oh **** !#@@$@%^#$^$%6

frd
February 23, 2013, 10:30 AM
This is ridiculous . He missed WI series due to the same injury ,got 3 months before the next intl series ,played almost the full BPL and will undergo surgery just prior to the next series which means he will miss next two int'l series but will confirm his participation in IPL!! I don't know who has to be blamed for this ? BCB or Shakib himself ??
#হতাশা#

ReZ_1
February 23, 2013, 11:13 AM
shakib is having a hard time. he should concentrate more on intl duties than on leagues. ipl, bpl, slpl these 3 are taking 4 months of the year including champions league and other odd leagues.

Jadukor
February 23, 2013, 11:22 AM
Absolutely ridiculous from BCB! Why didnt BCB ask him to go to AUstralia before the BPL! The Sri lanka tour is the most important tour this year!

MohammedC
February 23, 2013, 11:49 AM
I just want to say.....

"I told you so"

Gladiators
February 23, 2013, 11:51 AM
Shakib is to blame for this - professional game, jaani it is a short career abong taake taar long term financial security niye bhabte hobey, but we deserve better than this.

Bangladesh>BPL>IPL>County Cricket

Also jaani board is scared to upset star player, but eto spineless holeo cholbe naa. We need to be at our best against SL :(

al Furqaan
February 23, 2013, 12:15 PM
Its the BCB's fault primarily. To be honest, national teamers sould be paid their BPL money regardless of whether they play or not. That way Shakib could have easily skipped and got his treatment. If the franchises don't want to pay, the BCB should compensate him as its in the BCB's best interests for Shakib to be available for all international tours.

Big blow. Question is, who will replace him. We don't have any other all rounders.

Ajfar
February 23, 2013, 12:23 PM
BPL e khelar dorkar chilo na. I expectedbetter from Shakib. SL series was suppose to be our chance to show up and perform and now we don't even have our number 1 player. If he skips SL tour and than goes to play IPL than people will start questioning his commitment, I know I will.

I wonder if Dhaka owners have any power to put pressure on Shakib/BCB to delay his surgery. I know 1 or 2 IPL franchises were all up for forcing players to play despite injury concern, I hope that's not what happened here.

Rubu
February 23, 2013, 01:09 PM
All I can say is best of luck to him. He is way to valuable to take any risk on him. One SL tour is not worthy of taking any risk.

We'll do well even without him, I believe.

NoName
February 23, 2013, 01:23 PM
seriously you comparing Sanga's batting with Shak? :-/

More like our dependency on Shakib rather than skill.

FaHiMa
February 23, 2013, 08:24 PM
well, this is unfortunate...

betaar
February 23, 2013, 10:04 PM
Its the BCB's fault primarily. To be honest, national teamers sould be paid their BPL money regardless of whether they play or not. That way Shakib could have easily skipped and got his treatment. If the franchises don't want to pay, the BCB should compensate him as its in the BCB's best interests for Shakib to be available for all international tours.

Big blow. Question is, who will replace him. We don't have any other all rounders.

I am reading it differently than all of you guys. I do not think it's anybody's fault reading this from Isam's report on CI:

"He first complained of pain in his shin during Bangladesh's Test series against West Indies in November last year. He was immediately given rest and recovered in time for the Bangladesh Premier League, but he missed a couple of games in the tournament and afterwards was seen bowling off a very short run-up.
Towards the end of the tournament, Shakib was diagnosed with exertional compartment syndrome on his shin bone, a condition that can be caused by frequent running, and leads to pain and swelling. After the final, he admitted that his movement was restricted.
As a result, he was sent to Australia on February 20 where a specialist suggested he undergo the surgery to reduce stiffness in the injured area."

I guess Shak missed WI ODI because of the pain he had during test so rest was advised. He took his rest and felt better and played in BPL. But his pain was back during BPL which was why he missed a couple of games and bowled with short run-up. Since his pain was not going away he had to go for the final check up before deciding on a surgery. I am sure he was trying his best to not have a surgery, can you blame him? I am not sure if his problem could've been avoided with proper rehab without going through "kata-chhira" on his shin, most likely NO.

RazabQ
February 23, 2013, 10:12 PM
This is Enam and Riyad's chance. They'll have to shoulder the bowling and batting loads. For a while now Shak has taken his place for granted and that seems to have had an impact on his training regimen (read Isam's follow-on piece on CI and Sarwar Imran's comments). Let him see others do better with his overs and deliveries. Let him come back stronger and hungrier.

reyme
February 24, 2013, 04:44 AM
I hope Shane gets his acts together on Myshys below par captaincy...his unbeliable bowling rotation and over defensive fielding setup is causing more harm than good...Shakib will be missed severely...So far Shane failed create any positive impact on pace bowling

Navo
February 24, 2013, 11:21 PM
This is Enam and Riyad's chance. They'll have to shoulder the bowling and batting loads. For a while now Shak has taken his place for granted and that seems to have had an impact on his training regimen (read Isam's follow-on piece on CI and Sarwar Imran's comments). Let him see others do better with his overs and deliveries. Let him come back stronger and hungrier.

This was Sarwar Imran's comment if anyone is interested:

"The culture of the national team's training sessions has also contributed to Shakib's injury. I have observed that these days the senior players are not pushed too hard in training. I suspect that is one of the reasons for Shakib to have become weakened. Of course he is a very busy cricketer but the building blocks have to be in place. He used to be tough, but I think his regimen has changed."

Source (http://www.espncricinfo.com/bangladesh/content/current/story/606183.html)

Eshen
February 25, 2013, 01:05 AM
BCB should not give Shak any NOC for next year or so, so that he will have ample time to short through his injury/stress issues.

RazabQ
February 25, 2013, 01:14 AM
Au contraire Eshen. They should give him all the NOC's he wants. Shak is someone who thrives under competition. Get in his way and ghaurami korbe.

Eshen
February 25, 2013, 01:39 AM
Au contraire Eshen. They should give him all the NOC's he wants. Shak is someone who thrives under competition. Get in his way and ghaurami korbe.Well, thing is that BCB have much more at stake than having to deal with ghaurami of one superstar. Shakib is still the only superstar we have, but there are other stars in making. We have seen our players finally adapting to T20. In a year or so, they too will start getting invites to play in different leagues around the world. Now, Shak has set a bad precedent of prefering a T20 league over his commitment to the national team. If BCB let this happen again, they can say goodby to any chance for us to have a stable team of our best performers in coming years.

I know this is not an unique issue, other boards (except BCCI, ACB, and CSA who are financially much more stronger than others) too struggling to keep their players stay commited to the national team. We need a collective solution through ICC. But, worst thing BCB can do (till that happen) is do nothing.

mufi_02
February 25, 2013, 09:52 AM
really disappointing situation. This was our best chance in SL and we don't have our best player.