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fwullah
August 15, 2004, 07:20 AM
Will Bangladesh's warm up match against USA before the ICC Champion's Trophy be a match between Bangladesh and Clayton Lambert?

fwullah
August 15, 2004, 07:23 AM
Sorry, forgot to mention the source:

USA squad announced (http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/cricket/3564780.stm)

amit(a huge BD fan)
August 15, 2004, 07:24 AM
how can the icc even allow clayton lambert, a former windies player to play for the usa :mad:

icc follows a 7 year rule for cricketers and all uae and hk players stuckto that rule, but with lambert, he has been in usa for less than 6 years. he played for the windies till 1998.

clayton lambert is NOT eligible to play for usa till atleast 1-2 more years.

fwullah
August 15, 2004, 07:30 AM
Stats of Clayton Lambert (http://usa.cricinfo.com/db/PLAYERS/WI/L/LAMBERT_CB_04001995/)



icc follows a 7 year rule for cricketers and all uae and hk players stuckto that rule, but with lambert, he has been in usa for less than 6 years. he played for the windies till 1998.


A JOKE: why don't we gift Lambert a Bangladeshi Nationality - like we did to Gordon Greenidge? Then may be we can start winning test matches.

Rubu
August 15, 2004, 11:24 AM
by now, we should have the ability to blow away one lambert. there should not be a confusion to prove our suprimicy against usa.

Carte Blanche
August 15, 2004, 12:58 PM
Originally posted by fwullah
Stats of Clayton Lambert (http://usa.cricinfo.com/db/PLAYERS/WI/L/LAMBERT_CB_04001995/)



icc follows a 7 year rule for cricketers and all uae and hk players stuckto that rule, but with lambert, he has been in usa for less than 6 years. he played for the windies till 1998.


A JOKE: why don't we gift Lambert a Bangladeshi Nationality - like we did to Gordon Greenidge? Then may be we can start winning test matches.

Most of our batsmen are better than Lambert.

Bangla Mostan
August 15, 2004, 03:22 PM
seriously USA will get smacked for 6..then 6..then 6.......a total of 666 and clearly the outcome of the result will be efeat for the States.

Piranha
August 15, 2004, 07:01 PM
Lets not treat the USA team like a joke. I have heard some good things about the USA leagues being played on the East Coast. The only reason that cricket is doing badly is because there isnt enough interest in among the (mostly white) American population. There is plenty of talent to out up a good team.

And ofcourse, never underestimate our batsmen's ability to score lower than you thought possible.

Shehwar
August 16, 2004, 12:59 AM
Hey guys...His records arent that bad..Take a look...Clayton Lambert... (http://www.cricinfo.com/link_to_database/PLAYERS/WI/L/LAMBERT_CB_04001995/)

Tintin
August 16, 2004, 01:27 AM
>> icc follows a 7 year rule for cricketers and all uae and hk players stuckto that rule, but with lambert, he has been in usa for less than 6 years. he played for the windies till 1998.

It is 4 years. Check under 'player eligibility' in http://www.icc-cricket.com/icc/rules/

Zobair
August 16, 2004, 02:51 AM
Oh puh-lease so now we have to be scared of a 42 year old has been?! :umm:

bourny3
August 16, 2004, 04:55 AM
I agree he has no chance hell probably get arthritis on his first run

Bangla Mostan
August 18, 2004, 04:43 PM
we will scrape a vitory and then breeze past Ireland and Scotland...c'mon!!:flag:

MohammedRafiqueIdolizer
August 22, 2004, 06:11 PM
I reckon we will win all games yaar, I was watching scotland play on TV a couple of weeks ago, and they look rubbish. If Ireland can lose to them we should be able to beat them. As for USA, apart from an OAP batsman, they havent got anyone good.

James90
August 25, 2004, 02:03 AM
Originally posted by amit(a huge BD fan)
how can the icc even allow clayton lambert, a former windies player to play for the usa :mad:

icc follows a 7 year rule for cricketers and all uae and hk players stuckto that rule, but with lambert, he has been in usa for less than 6 years. he played for the windies till 1998.

clayton lambert is NOT eligible to play for usa till atleast 1-2 more years.

Actually the ICC follows a 5 year rule