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iDumb
March 17, 2018, 08:32 AM
I am so disappointed coming to this forum findings top threads to be "I am ashamed". "shakib is the worst captain in history" etc etc and all the other negative threads after such an epic win.

Neither Bangaldesh nor its captain have done anything wrong but showed us the brand of cricket that we want to play and we need to play.

These two wins against sri lanka and the mocking cobra couldn't be any sweeter. I LOVED every single moment of it (includikng shakib calling them off the field)..


Salute!! They are not just talking anymore.. they are deliverying.

I could swear coming to the site I didn't think we won.

so A BIG F YOU to any of you (specially the bangladeshis) if you find anything negative about our team here. All of you can suck it. You are not a real fan. or just one of those putuputu loser Bangali who should be stripped of their identity.

Also thumbs up to Courtney Walsh... Middle finger to u hathuri.

Tigers_eye
March 17, 2018, 08:36 AM
You have to take the article as face value. You condone destroying property? Come to your senses.

Mas_UK25
March 17, 2018, 08:37 AM
Well said.

About time some negative minded, apologist. Grow thicker skin.

iDumb
March 17, 2018, 08:43 AM
You have to take the article as face value. You condone destroying property? Come to your senses.

I was surprised it was you who opened that thread. Don't let a picture fool you. My senses are perfectly fine. You see a broken door and you are ashamed. Come on dude. Celebrate such an epic in your face response to the lankans. Every single of their players and the fans were mocking us with the nagin. This game had the perfect recipe and the guess what - Bangladesh came out as the WINNER!! TWICE!! in their HOME!! Do you not ever felt so good about an F you response.

Please i hate seeing those negative threads. The forums threads do not reflect how we feel.

It's just a shattered glass door nothing else.

aklemalp
March 17, 2018, 08:51 AM
Will the real slim shady please stand up?

I have to agree... the win was marred by that last over drama, considered to be the wildest T20I game ever...

This match will be remembered for that reason. Mahmudullah's heroics will match that tooth for tooth, nail for nail.

So after the game, a series of events occurred that the media jumped on and reported less of the penultimate ball hit for a six by Mahmudullah.

I noticed Shakib asking (inaudible) Russell Arnold of his opinion of the non-call no-ball.

This was needed for the cricketing world to take notice of the flaws of the officiating. Also, we might see some change with the rules for a neutral umpire in all T20I...but this is T20 international cricket...it's importance is not even a big deal

My opinion

tejkuni
March 17, 2018, 10:43 AM
What Shakib did was wrong. We have seen similar incidents before. Gavaskar, Rahatunga, Inzzamam took their teams off the the field against umpire's decision. A lot of posters (in cricinfo and other sites) are saying that the BD supporters are too emotional. But we have seen Indian fans committing suicides, burning their players house after loss. A lot of posters are saying BD fans behavior are below standard, but we have seen Indian fans putting fire in gallery (Calcutta), throwing water bottles at South African players, digging the pitch in Bombay before the match against Pakistan. We have seen Shourav Ganguly taking off the shirt after beating England ( I am sure for a BD player this kind of thing will be painted as childish). I agree that in general as a fan we need to grow.

About breaking the glass door, i think it was an accident. ICC should punish if it was done intentionally. About the nagin dance, I think it was pure fun.

MHRAM
March 17, 2018, 10:53 AM
We had shakib not bowling a specialist bowler or even himself after the first 3 overs. He bowled Soumya at the death, he bowled out fizz early.

He made a lot of errors. I am a fan of Shakib the cricketer but his captaincy skills leaves a lot to be desired

WarWolf
March 17, 2018, 11:08 AM
You have to take the article as face value. You condone destroying property? Come to your senses.

Who did the destruction of property? I didn’t find any evidence against anyone except few speculations. If you know anything that we don’t know, I would be more happy if you share it.

Hawk-Eye
March 17, 2018, 11:12 AM
সকাল বিকাল মুরুব্বিদের সালাম না দিলেই আমরা বলি ছেলেটা বিয়াদ্দব হয়ে গেছে। আর সেখানে কেই যদি একটু গলা উঁচু করে কথা বলে তাহলে তো মহা বিয়াদ্দব। ক্রিকেট নাকি ভদ্র লোকের খেলা। বডি লাইন সিরিজ এ ভদ্রতা কোথায় ছিল? গাভাস্কার যখন মাথ থেকে উঠে গেল তখন ভদ্রতা কোথায় ছিল? আম্পায়ার যখন নিরলজ্জের মতো নো বল দিলনা তখন কোন সমস্যা নাই কিন্তু প্রতিবাদ করলেই বিয়াদ্দব।

বিশাল বিয়াদ্দবি করে ফেল্লে তথাকথিত ভদ্র জাতির প্রতিনিধি "ক্রিস ব্রড" মাত্র ২৫% জরিমানা আর ১ টা ডিমেরিট পয়েন্ট দিতো না। যেখানে স্লো ওভার রেট এর জন্যও এর চেয়ে বড় শাস্তি হয়। কারন সে জানে এখানে আম্পায়ার কি করেছে।

কৃষ্ণ করলে লীলাখেলা আর আমরা করলেই যত্তো দোষ!

Tausif
March 17, 2018, 11:33 AM
I was disappointed to see so many people feeling ashamed and sorry for the broken glass door based on speculations and rumors. How about we wait and find out what happened? And as I expected, no one fined for that broken glass door. There is no evidence and we are ashamed of nothing.

If anything, it should be Sri Lankans who should be ashamed that some of their drunk fans abused BSCA Tiger Shoaib and others and SL police did nothing to help them.

ma_o_mati
March 17, 2018, 12:08 PM
Thank you iDumb for opening this thread. You nailed it. I agree with u 100%.

“Shokter vokto noromer jom”

Sarajibon to norom e chilo bd team. Koi indo-pak fans ra ki amader kole niya dance korche?

In competitive sports, these things happen. So stop getting over defensive and blaming the team for so much

It has been a wonderful series. Two nailbiter games and we prevailed in both matches. Mushfiq and mahmudullah wow. They played unbelievably well. Their belief in themselves and their ability was really astonishing

Focus on the positives rather than the indo pak trolls plus self hating bd rajakar trolls.

Nafi
March 17, 2018, 12:27 PM
It seems like all the gas-lighting by hypocritical Indian fans has been effective.

tiger1000
March 17, 2018, 12:57 PM
We had shakib not bowling a specialist bowler or even himself after the first 3 overs. He bowled Soumya at the death, he bowled out fizz early.

He made a lot of errors. I am a fan of Shakib the cricketer but his captaincy skills leaves a lot to be desired

1- he probably wasn't fully fit hence bowling 2 overs, hence batting at #7

2 - opu should have bowled, but point the pacers were expensive, rest did their jobs well

3 - Sarkar bowled Well, if not for poor fielding he would have finished at 2/15 from 2 in the death

i_am_ringo
March 17, 2018, 01:04 PM
You have to take the article as face value.

Believe at face value without proof or admission of guilt at first notice? It must be true if it’s on Twitter!

You are the SHEEP putin dreams every Russian should aspire to. Trump would take you too.

Tararati ticket kato!

simon
March 17, 2018, 01:13 PM
Totally agree with Idumb
Pathetic attitude from some fans.
khali asey dosh dhora niya.

oronnya
March 17, 2018, 01:21 PM
Thank you for the thread!!!

Shaan
March 17, 2018, 01:42 PM
our some fans problem are what our neighbour will think about us, as like "pashe loke jodi kichu bole".
but why should we care, bother about what indian or a pakistani think of us,cause they are not gonna win us the matches, they are not the one in the receiving end where our supporters were beaten front of Lankan police, where when sohan went with drinks perera started to shower the swearing on sohan that's why sohan replied back. But we are so dumb that instead knowing the actual reason we are going against our team, our players. Where was the umpire when Akila did the nagin dance towards mushy after taking mushy's catch, when akila threatened sohan even went towards sohan to have physical. I still can't understand how perera and Akila got away with their acts??

cricket_king
March 17, 2018, 03:12 PM
Wow. Expecting some humility and maturity from our boys in the face of victory equates to being a "self hating rajakar"? Because other teams have done the same? I always thought we're striving to be something better, maybe instead of gesturing "IN YOUR FACE" like children, we just shake hands like men.

But nah, let's support our team performing a retarded reptilian wedding dance that really deserves to be mocked by the opposition. Let's also support their hooliganism in a foreign country while they actively represent Bangladeshis. If there was the slightest speculation that a foreign team did this on OUR turf after beating us during an independence day celebration tournament match, we would call for their heads. Still, let's vilify anyone that suggests we perhaps not do all that and just focus on winning a tournament (something we've never managed since test status).

Screw it, I'll stick to being a "pathetic, self hating rajakar" in the eyes of some of you "patriots" here.

al Furqaan
March 17, 2018, 03:21 PM
To each their own. Lets wait for the investigation in the alleged vandalism before pointing fingers.

But from what we do know, gotta appreciate the fire and aggression displayed by Shakib and Nurul and others. As well as the composure of Riyad and Tamim. Both are necessary.

Lets not kid ourselves. a quick peek at Pakpassion forums shows that many of our neighbors revile us for our identity, not our actions. If that was the case they wouldn't have butchered our people just for being Bangladeshi and wanting to speak our own language. They cannot stomach the fact that Bangladesh is getting exposure and satisfaction from playing their game.

Mas_UK25
March 17, 2018, 04:32 PM
Totally agree with Idumb
Pathetic attitude from some fans.
khali asey dosh dhora niya.

Some people home or abroad looks for faults and negativity, only.

Roey Haque
March 17, 2018, 04:54 PM
Emotional thread. And more like this have been posted. It's ok though. It's all a a part of the cycle. Bd plays poorly, the anti players thread rise. Bd plays well, the anti fans thread rise. It shall go on like this.

Truth is, there is no such a thing as a real fan or fake fan. We all use this forum to describe how we are feeling, either through satire, humor, analysis, opinion pieces, etc If we were not fans, we would not spend any time to post at all. I am 100% in favor of allowing EVERYTHING, all opinions, as long as they don't bully/ antagonize individual members. This is the code I have lived by in my time here thus far.

One World
March 17, 2018, 04:58 PM
Agree, those who were following cricinfo for almost 15 years now knows how desperate those fans from neighboring country can get. Even some Afghan fans were found commenting over the line in Facebook during Asia Cup.

What Shakib did was wrong. We have seen similar incidents before. Gavaskar, Rahatunga, Inzzamam took their teams off the the field against umpire's decision. A lot of posters (in cricinfo and other sites) are saying that the BD supporters are too emotional. But we have seen Indian fans committing suicides, burning their players house after loss. A lot of posters are saying BD fans behavior are below standard, but we have seen Indian fans putting fire in gallery (Calcutta), throwing water bottles at South African players, digging the pitch in Bombay before the match against Pakistan. We have seen Shourav Ganguly taking off the shirt after beating England ( I am sure for a BD player this kind of thing will be painted as childish).

Nice post. Yes there is always room for growth. But, before fans from other teams point finger at us, they need to think about their growth too. More complan, Ovaltine, boost?

DinRaat.
March 17, 2018, 05:59 PM
Wow. Expecting some humility and maturity from our boys in the face of victory equates to being a "self hating rajakar"? Because other teams have done the same? I always thought we're striving to be something better, maybe instead of gesturing "IN YOUR FACE" like children, we just shake hands like men.

But nah, let's support our team performing a retarded reptilian wedding dance that really deserves to be mocked by the opposition. Let's also support their hooliganism in a foreign country while they actively represent Bangladeshis. If there was the slightest speculation that a foreign team did this on OUR turf after beating us during an independence day celebration tournament match, we would call for their heads. Still, let's vilify anyone that suggests we perhaps not do all that and just focus on winning a tournament (something we've never managed since test status).

Screw it, I'll stick to being a "pathetic, self hating rajakar" in the eyes of some of you "patriots" here.

:up: :up: I agree with this one hundred per cent, i don't care what people say, we are not the most gracious in defeat or victory.

i_am_ringo
March 17, 2018, 06:33 PM
Which one of the major team sports is devoid of crazy celebrations, hooligans and drama. Cuz I’m sure we watch competitive sports to express humility and modesty... or was it to escape from that said humility and modesty

Which one is all about modesty and hum saath saath hai?

Anyone? American football?European football? Basketball? Hockey? Rugby perhaps? Lol

Go on I will wait

Roey Haque
March 17, 2018, 06:39 PM
^ Those are good questions. Indeed, all close games are heavily celebrated across the board. By all franchises of MLB, NBA, NHL and EPL. Would Bd have celebrated the same way if target was chased down before the 15th over. I don't think they would, but they might've! I don't know.

I don't know if your post was rhetorical, probably was. But this can be a really good case study.

i_am_ringo
March 17, 2018, 06:41 PM
If you are looking for grace, may I suggest ballad... or maybe figure skating is more to your liking.

Even in victory, they all hold hands and flash smiles. I’ve seen it in the olympics!

I think it’s wonderful. There’s less nationalism bs there.

I think if you are truly brave, that’s what you will do.

Pay to go watch a snooker game, a handball game or gymnastics or ice skating.

Put your dollar where your value is, instead of lecturing others on a game NOT based on humility. That’s where they wear colored jerseys. One is yours. The other is the one you mock and jeer. Very English concept but that’s how it works.

Roey Haque
March 17, 2018, 06:47 PM
Oh, btw, I don't care too much about the humility aspect of it. Let those social media posts who have made this about humility not hijack my concern. My SOLE issue, and ONLY issue with overzealous celebration is complacence, and culture setting.

Of course one should celebrate, but given the track record of this team, I know players use such chest thumping moments to justify their spot in the team. But is it because of our losing heritage for so long? Because we have never won a cup involving more than two sides? So any short term fleeting performance gets embossed in history because there are so few? These are questions we must think about, and we should be allowed to think about them without being called names.

DinRaat.
March 17, 2018, 07:10 PM
Which one of the major team sports is devoid of crazy celebrations, hooligans and drama. Cuz I’m sure we watch competitive sports to express humility and modesty... or was it to escape from that said humility and modesty

Which one is all about modesty and hum saath saath hai?

Anyone? American football?European football? Basketball? Hockey? Rugby perhaps? Lol

Go on I will wait

Given the track the record of this team, W:107 L:223(ODI) P:106 W:10 L:79 D:15 (TEST) P:60 W:13 L:46(T20i) I think we should save the celebration and respective Naagin dance for when we actually WIN the tri-series or a world-cup/asia cup.

Going all super saiyan for just a miserly T20 win really denotes and reinforces our image as a weak side.

Roey Haque
March 17, 2018, 07:13 PM
^ How dare you say that? Fake fan!!!

We will celebrate every win with a dance! Sure, it gives the message to youngsters that this is good enough. And when they grow up they too can dance and retain their spot with blue moon performances. But we don't care as long as the usual suspects remain in the team. This has been our way! If you disagree, you are a fake fan.

G-man
March 17, 2018, 07:15 PM
Wow. Expecting some humility and maturity from our boys in the face of victory equates to being a "self hating rajakar"? Because other teams have done the same? I always thought we're striving to be something better, maybe instead of gesturing "IN YOUR FACE" like children, we just shake hands like men.

But nah, let's support our team performing a retarded reptilian wedding dance that really deserves to be mocked by the opposition. Let's also support their hooliganism in a foreign country while they actively represent Bangladeshis. If there was the slightest speculation that a foreign team did this on OUR turf after beating us during an independence day celebration tournament match, we would call for their heads. Still, let's vilify anyone that suggests we perhaps not do all that and just focus on winning a tournament (something we've never managed since test status).

Screw it, I'll stick to being a "pathetic, self hating rajakar" in the eyes of some of you "patriots" here.

👍🏏I can't believe acts like this get taken for passion and commitment. There is a difference between the two and it should be clear as day and night.

G-man
March 17, 2018, 07:17 PM
Given the track the record of this team, W:107 L:223(ODI) P:106 W:10 L:79 D:15 (TEST) P:60 W:13 L:46(T20i) I think we should save the celebration and respective Naagin dance for when we actually WIN the tri-series or a world-cup/asia cup.

Going all super saiyan for just a miserly T20 win really denotes and reinforces our image as a weak side.

Didn't you know, as long as we don't break a code of conduct, it's ok and we can do whatever we want.

Night_wolf
March 17, 2018, 07:25 PM
Emotional thread. And more like this have been posted. It's ok though. It's all a a part of the cycle. Bd plays poorly, the anti players thread rise. Bd plays well, the anti fans thread rise. It shall go on like this.

Truth is, there is no such a thing as a real fan or fake fan. We all use this forum to describe how we are feeling, either through satire, humor, analysis, opinion pieces, etc If we were not fans, we would not spend any time to post at all. I am 100% in favor of allowing EVERYTHING, all opinions, as long as they don't bully/ antagonize individual members. This is the code I have lived by in my time here thus far.

best post of this thread, there you go Roey, when you are not obsessed with mushfik you are one of the best posters here

iDumb
March 17, 2018, 10:32 PM
Emotional thread.


I usually watch any sports for the high emotion . I am pretty sure I am calmer than 95% of you here in a stress situation ...

I would reply the exactly same way our Bangladeshi players did . They are allowed to talk of they win .. and as a Bangladeshi I think bad mouthing them is in very bad taste when every sports player in the world does this kinda of things ...

Lot of u are missing the point . This is a Bangladeshi fan site and the site should not feel like a foreign forum . An epic win and the top threads are all negative .

You are entitled to your opinion but you should be aware who your audiences are . Because in life wrong opinion in the wrong place gets u beating ...

Many of u are falling for negative publications of non Bangladeshis ... that shatter door pic report was DEspicable by the Lankan ...

May be one day when u all grow up u will see these . They go through many abuse in field the players ... and our reply was perfect . No need to apologize . I would be disappointed if the replies were any less