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babubangla
February 17, 2005, 11:57 PM
Who is our next generation wicketkeeper after Khaled Masud Pilot? I could not name any other wicketkeepers top of my mind. So, I tried to gether some information about the wicketkeepers who played for U-17, U-19, U-21, U-23, BD-A and NL Divisional teams in recent times and over last couple of years. I found the follwoing list of name:

01. Dhiman Ghosh 02. Sahagir Hossain 03.Hasibul Haoq
04. Anwar Hossain 05. Kuntal Chandra 06.Mohammed Salim
07. Mizanur Rahman 08. Jasimuddin 09. MD Golam Mortuza
10. Golam Mabud 11. Shahin Hossain 12. Mohammad Rabbi
13. Sajjad Kadir 14. Nayan Kumar 15. Shamimul Haque

A surprisingly big list indeed. Does anyone know which are the most promising names among these wicketkeepers?

Spitfire_x86
February 17, 2005, 11:58 PM
Anwar Hossain? He was selected when selectors dropped Pilot

Sham
February 18, 2005, 12:17 AM
Mohammed Salim was the one selected when Pilot got dropped for a while after the World Cup. He played two Tests and one ODI against South Africa.

Anwar Hussain was strangely enough picked solely as a batsman, an opening batsman at that, for 1 Test and 1 ODI against West Indies in November 2002! He was actually picked for the 3rd ODI, in which he scored a patient 42 as an opener, second highest score after Kapali's 89 not out. That prompted the selectors to pick him for the first Test, again as an opener, but he scored 14 in two innings, so he was dropped never to be picked again. I have to say, we had some strange selections under Aliul!

As for keepers, I guess Dhiman is one to look out for!

Tehsin
February 18, 2005, 01:02 AM
Dhiman is a serious contender for this slot. Pilot has simply made this his own. There is no comparison for ths experienced campaigner.
I thought mohd Salim had potential but he was more of a batsmen than wicket keeper. As for Anwar, he still has a shot but he needs to prove himself all over again. I know Dhiman can bat, but can he keep at the highest level ? Is quick/agile enough to support our spinners ?

mahbubH
February 18, 2005, 01:37 AM
>> 07. Mizanur Rahman 08. Jasimuddin

Which team are these two play for?

mahbubH
February 18, 2005, 01:38 AM
Edited on, February 18, 2005, 6:39 AM GMT, by sports_fan_bd.
Reason: opps

couger
February 18, 2005, 01:55 AM
Originally posted by babubangla
Who is our next generation wicketkeeper after Khaled Masud Pilot? I could not name any other wicketkeepers top of my mind. So, I tried to gether some information about the wicketkeepers who played for U-17, U-19, U-21, U-23, BD-A and NL Divisional teams in recent times and over last couple of years. I found the follwoing list of name:

01. Dhiman Ghosh 02. Sahagir Hossain 03.Hasibul Haoq
04. Anwar Hossain 05. Kuntal Chandra 06.Mohammed Salim
07. Mizanur Rahman 08. Jasimuddin 09. MD Golam Mortuza
10. Golam Mabud 11. Shahin Hossain 12. Mohammad Rabbi
13. Sajjad Kadir 14. Nayan Kumar 15. Shamimul Haque

A surprisingly big list indeed. Does anyone know which are the most promising names among these wicketkeepers?

Can somebody provide stats on these wicket keepers? I'd be interested to see their batting avgs.

RazabQ
February 18, 2005, 04:11 AM
Originally posted by couger
Can somebody provide stats on these wicket keepers? I'd be interested to see their batting avgs.

Considering that our test attack in the next 5-10 years, at home is likely to feature two spinners, I'd rather know about these candidates' keeping abilities on a crumbling turner. The "keeper has to be a batsmen" is a luxury for teams that generate oodles of chances. Our bowlers are not yet consistently penetrative enough for us to mess around on that front.

Shish Ahmed
February 18, 2005, 04:45 AM
You missed the brightest prospect of them all.

Mushfiqur Rahim the young 16 year old from Bogra. He toured with U19 boys.

He is a bit similar to Parthiv Patel in height and is a good batsmen, but plenty of room for improvement.

redstar
February 18, 2005, 07:17 AM
I believe Dhiman and Rahim are the main contenders. However, Mashud has quite a few years left in him!!
Dhiman has a good strike rate therefore one-day keeper/batsman, while Rahim is a little more patient/sedate in his batting. They toured England last year with U19. Dhiman is very young. By the time Khaled retires both will be at the right sort of age to take the stage. Importantly both will have had exposure at international cricket at all age levels. What B'desh needs is a squad of players, competeing for places esp. quickies as they break down so easily.

mahbubH
February 18, 2005, 07:27 AM
Lets try to find the wicketkeepers for the just concluded premier league teams:

1. Mohamedan : Dhiman Gosh
2. Abahani : Shamimul Biddut
3. Brothers : Anwar Hossain
4. DOHS : Mushfiq Rahim
5. City club : Hasibul Haq
6. Victoria : Khaled Masud/Salim
7. Indira Road : Pavel (?)
8. Orient :
9: Uttara :
10. Young Pegasus :
11. Biman : Sajjad Kadir
12. Agrani Bank :

Don't know other names! someone?

Edited on, February 18, 2005, 12:31 PM GMT, by sports_fan_bd.

couger
February 18, 2005, 08:42 AM
Had a discussion with a friend who just came back from BD after 2 months. He saya the general feeling in BD is thet Dhiman's the man.

2007WcSemifinalist
February 18, 2005, 08:55 AM
dhiman for one dayer and mushfiqur rahim for test...

babubangla
February 18, 2005, 10:43 AM
<TABLE BORDER="3" CELLSPACING="1" CELLPADDING="1">
<CAPTION>Wicketkeeper First-Class Stats</CAPTION>

<TR> <TD ALIGN = "center"> Player </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> Innings </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> Runs </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> Highest </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> Ave </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 100 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 50 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> CT </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> ST </TD>
</TR>

<TR> <TD ALIGN = "center"> Dhiman Ghosh </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 6 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 122 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 54 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 20.33 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 1 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 2 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 2 </TD>
</TR>

<TR> <TD ALIGN = "center"> Sahagir Hossain </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> NA </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> NA </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> NA </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> NA </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> NA </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> NA </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> NA </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> NA </TD>
</TR>

<TR> <TD ALIGN = "center"> Hasibul Haq </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 11 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 210 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 75* </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 21.00 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 1 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 16 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 8 </TD>
</TR>

<TR> <TD ALIGN = "center"> Anwar Hossain </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 39 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 394 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 44 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 11.93 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 44 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 3 </TD>
</TR>

<TR> <TD ALIGN = "center"> Kuntal Chandra </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 2 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 104 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 71 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 52.00 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 1 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 5 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
</TR>

<TR> <TD ALIGN = "center"> Md. Salim </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 59 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 967 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 150 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 17.90 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 1 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 1 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 83 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 13 </TD>
</TR>

<TR> <TD ALIGN = "center"> Mizanur Rahman </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 9 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 242 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 76 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 26.88 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 1 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 9 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 2 </TD>
</TR>

<TR> <TD ALIGN = "center"> Jasimuddin </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 4 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 90 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 28 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 30.00 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
</TR>

<TR> <TD ALIGN = "center"> Golam Mortuza </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 45 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 586 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 56 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 17.23 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 1 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 58 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 12 </TD>
</TR>

<TR> <TD ALIGN = "center"> Golam Mabud </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 26 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 451 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 64 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 17.34 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 2 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 28 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 5 </TD>
</TR>

<TR> <TD ALIGN = "center"> Shahin Hossain </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 38 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 716 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 69 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 18.84 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 4 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 47 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 10 </TD>
</TR>

<TR> <TD ALIGN = "center"> Sajjad Kadir </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 42 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 973 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 72* </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 27.80 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 5 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 68 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 3 </TD>
</TR>

<TR> <TD ALIGN = "center"> Nayan Kumar </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 18 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 253 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 59 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 14.05 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 1 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 5 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
</TR>

<TR> <TD ALIGN = "center"> Shamimul Haq </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 23 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 476 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 59 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 23.80 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 2 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 32 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 3 </TD>
</TR>

<TR> <TD ALIGN = "center"> Mushfiqur Rahim </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 2 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 14 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 14 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 7 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
<TD ALIGN = "center"> 0 </TD>
</TR>

</TABLE>
Anwar Hossain Played 1 test and 1 ODI against West Indies at Dhaka. (Test= Innings:2, Runs: 14, Highest: 12 Ct: 0, St:0 and ODI= Innings:1, Runs:42, Ct: 0, St: 0)

Md. Salim played 2 test and 1 ODI against South Africa at Dhaka (Test= Innings:4, Runs: 49, Highest: 26, Ct: 3, St:1 and ODI= Innings:1, Runs:9, Ct:1, St:0)

Info Source: Cricinfo Records Archive

Edited on, February 18, 2005, 3:45 PM GMT, by babubangla.

Edited on, February 18, 2005, 5:26 PM GMT, by babubangla.

AsifTheManRahman
February 18, 2005, 10:46 AM
it would be really helpful if people could format tables like these before posting them, or at least provide the link so that we can look at some well formatted data. would be more comforting for the eye.

babubangla
February 18, 2005, 10:56 AM
Originally posted by sports_fan_bd
>> 07. Mizanur Rahman 08. Jasimuddin

Which team are these two play for?

Mizanur Rahman played as WC for BCB Cricket Board XI against MCC in 2000 at Rajshahi.

Jasimuddin played as WC for Dhaka Metropolitan XI against MCC in 2000 at Dhaka.

babubangla
February 18, 2005, 11:04 AM
Originally posted by AsifTheManRahman
it would be really helpful if people could format tables like these before posting them, or at least provide the link so that we can look at some well formatted data. would be more comforting for the eye.

Indeed..it's painful for eyes. Is there any way to post messages here with tables? That would be nice. I don't know how to put those data in table here in the forum.

Actually, these are compiled data...not just cut and paste. To get them in well formatted way, you will have to first search all the BD scorecards for all Domestic and international age groups teams to find out who played as Wicketkeeper. Then you need to go to each individual player page one by one to see their stat. In that case, you will not get all player stat together as comparative data.

Yameen
February 18, 2005, 11:15 AM
the only ones i recognise from the list is dhiman ghosh and m.salim lol. but id say dhiman

AsifTheManRahman
February 18, 2005, 11:19 AM
Originally posted by babubangla
Originally posted by AsifTheManRahman
it would be really helpful if people could format tables like these before posting them, or at least provide the link so that we can look at some well formatted data. would be more comforting for the eye.

Indeed..it's painful for eyes. Is there any way to post messages here with tables? That would be nice. I don't know how to put those data in table here in the forum.

Actually, these are compiled data...not just cut and paste. To get them in well formatted way, you will have to first search all the BD scorecards for all Domestic and international age groups teams to find out who played as Wicketkeeper. Then you need to go to each individual player page one by one to see their stat. In that case, you will not get all player stat together as comparative data.


use html. if you don't know html, maybe the mods can help.

babubangla
February 18, 2005, 11:22 AM
great..thats a good way to do!!

babubangla
February 18, 2005, 12:42 PM
I just edited my post for Wicketkeeper stats in a html table.
Can somebody tell me why there is a big big big spcae on top of the message? Is there any mod to fix this?

Fazal
February 18, 2005, 01:13 PM
Originally posted by babubangla
Can somebody tell me why there is a big big big spcae on top of the message?

May be because there is a big big gap between these players and Pilot.

Anyway Good Job. :up:

al
February 18, 2005, 01:17 PM
dhiman ghosh is very good. he can do the job

thecoolestleo
February 18, 2005, 01:26 PM
Pilot will play another 4 yrs..so we will think then

al
February 18, 2005, 01:29 PM
pilot is very good and should continue. anyways, how old is pilot? i heard 32 in 2003 and 28 in 2004. which one is correct. thanks

RazabQ
February 18, 2005, 01:32 PM
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Edited on, February 18, 2005, 6:50 PM GMT, by razabq.

Fazal
February 18, 2005, 01:35 PM
Originally posted by al
pilot is very good and should continue. anyways, how old is pilot? i heard 32 in 2003 and 28 in 2004. which one is correct. thanks

Good !! Good !! Then he will be 24 in 2005.

Nothing to worry then.

AsifTheManRahman
February 18, 2005, 01:39 PM
pilot will play another 6 years (min). unlike the others, i really dont think he's concealed his real age - he doesnt look that old.

babubangla
February 18, 2005, 02:07 PM
Originally posted by al
pilot is very good and should continue. anyways, how old is pilot? i heard 32 in 2003 and 28 in 2004. which one is correct. thanks

Khaled Masud Pilot's Official Date of Birth is: 8 February 1976. So, Officially he is 29. May be we could add 1 or 2 years to this number to get the original age.

2007WcSemifinalist
February 18, 2005, 02:14 PM
Dhiman and mushfiqur rahim will be the main contenders. i remember probably a year ago there is this guy most likely from west indies found this Rahim kid. he came to bdesh to find out future wicket k/batsman and he said in future Rahim will be like Adam Gilcrist. Same year Rahim visited Calcutta with under 15 u think and he scored breezy 56/57 some runs off only probably 32/33 balls against CAB 15 (Calcutta ..) . I hope he will really come out good. Rahim also scored a patient century against england 19. keep that in mind he is only 16 yrs old.

go tigers go. i can hear ur roaring.

2007WcSemifinalist
February 18, 2005, 02:20 PM
forgot to mention Rahim scored that innings in the final
:bravo:

DstarRab
February 18, 2005, 05:28 PM
With due respect to names that have been mentioned, unless there is a massive dip in Pilot's form or the emergence of a really outstanding youngster from nowhere, I don't think pilot's place will be automatically taken by any other wicketkeeper for atleast another four years. This is not good news for Bangladesh. We have hundreds of coaching camps for bowlers and batsmen but nothing for the wicketkeepers. Pilot is a self-made wicket-keeper and he has told me that the turning point in his career came when he met former Victoria (in Australia not the Dhaka club) skipper and wicketkeeper Darren Berry who was with the Tigers for two-weeks when they toured Australia in 2003.
Now, to pass on his knowledge to someone else, Pilot needs an under-study but where is that next man? Just imagine what might happen if Pilot breaks down in the middle of a tour? It's a miracle that he has never got injured and it's also a tribute to his work-ethic that he could maintain his fitness for ten years on the trot. We have too many stumpers in our domestic cricket on whom wicket-keeping has been thrust upon but this is a job for naturals.

sham1980
February 18, 2005, 05:40 PM
Dhiman seems to be the one getting noticed very attacking batsmen, Rahim is another who seems capable wicket keeper and batsmen at llonger version of the game, Hasibul Huq again very attacking batsmen can he wicket keep i dont know, Anwar Hossain can bat too and got his chance but then selctors lost faith why i odnt know, Salim got his chance did not really take it though did not get much chance... I think Rahim is the man next in line...

bourny3
February 19, 2005, 12:38 AM
Mushfiqur Rahim or Dhiman Gosh

Shish Ahmed
February 20, 2005, 04:36 AM
Originally posted by SHISH AHMED
You missed the brightest prospect of them all.

Mushfiqur Rahim the young 16 year old from Bogra. He toured with U19 boys.

He is a bit similar to Parthiv Patel in height and is a good batsmen, but plenty of room for improvement.


Excellent prospect, hope he can develop after the Innings in Zim. :great:

guy_zin
February 20, 2005, 10:05 AM
..why in the A team both of the next brightest prospects in keeping is playing ,instead of just one .. is one of them playing as a specialist batsman? who is wicketkeeping there then ,rahim or dhiman?? i know in MCinns(not proven to the outside of bd yet though) & whatmore(proven) there is the two most shrewd cricket brains out there right now.there must have some reasons to pick sagir hossain for the keeping in BCB squad for duleep trophy instead of opting to get either one of dhiman or rahim. didnt have the idea that BCB held sagir in that high esteem.so we dont have to worry that much about who will pilot the plane from behind (!)after the real pilot.

bourny3
February 21, 2005, 12:50 AM
Mushfiqur Rahim is the wicket keeper for the A team while Dhiman is in the team. So i am guessing he is the better keeper. He also scored a century in the first innings of this game.

tiger_man
February 22, 2005, 01:47 AM
[i]Originally posted by AsifTheManRahman
use html. if you don't know html, maybe the mods can help.

just post the link if you go find em in a website....
dont have to go through the all that trouble for a table


i never like khaled mashud.....he is a crappy batsman and will be happy if someone replaces him....

he is not a legend like habibul bashar or rafique...to me, his replacement his not really a big loss.

Edited on, February 22, 2005, 6:47 AM GMT, by tiger_man.

RazabQ
February 22, 2005, 02:00 AM
well well... dem's fighting words to many members here ... have your asbestos suit ready my friend ... ;)

babubangla
February 22, 2005, 09:04 PM
Originally posted by tiger_man
[i]Originally posted by AsifTheManRahman
use html. if you don't know html, maybe the mods can help.

just post the link if you go find em in a website....
dont have to go through the all that trouble for a table


i never like khaled mashud.....he is a crappy batsman and will be happy if someone replaces him....

he is not a legend like habibul bashar or rafique...to me, his replacement his not really a big loss.

Edited on, February 22, 2005, 6:47 AM GMT, by tiger_man.


:duh::duh::duh:

babubangla
February 23, 2005, 11:49 AM
Originally posted by tiger_man
just post the link if you go find em in a website....
dont have to go through the all that trouble for a table

That would have been nice if every data was readily available and we could just post the link here. But as I said ealier, if you complie data from different pages and put them together to make a comparative stat, then just posting the link does not help.

opu_87
February 23, 2005, 11:52 AM
whos the best

opu_87
February 23, 2005, 11:53 AM
after pilot whos the best

AsifTheManRahman
February 23, 2005, 07:47 PM
Originally posted by tiger_man
[i]Originally posted by AsifTheManRahman
use html. if you don't know html, maybe the mods can help.

just post the link if you go find em in a website....
dont have to go through the all that trouble for a table


i never like khaled mashud.....he is a crappy batsman and will be happy if someone replaces him....

he is not a legend like habibul bashar or rafique...to me, his replacement his not really a big loss.

Edited on, February 22, 2005, 6:47 AM GMT, by tiger_man.

yes. have your asbestos suit ready. and dont forget your helmet (a random shot may rip your scalp off your shoulders;))

sorry for digging up this thread - poor you :P

couger
February 23, 2005, 09:15 PM
I was impressed with Mushfiqur Rahim's batting Against Zim A. Sure would like to know how good a keeper he really is.

bapzmania
February 14, 2007, 08:41 AM
You missed the brightest prospect of them all.

Mushfiqur Rahim the young 16 year old from Bogra. He toured with U19 boys.

He is a bit similar to Parthiv Patel in height and is a good batsmen, but plenty of room for improvement.

ur prediction become right......Mushfiq is the man finally.......and the brother who open this thread also got his answer:) :)

Rabz
February 14, 2007, 08:50 AM
it was quite interesting to read all those old posts regarding the future wk of the team...
too bad cant recall the name Shish Ahmed in the active member zone...
anyway... good on him for making the right prediction...

Tigers_eye
February 14, 2007, 10:51 AM
it was quite interesting to read all those old posts regarding the future wk of the team...
too bad cant recall the name Shish Ahmed in the active member zone...
anyway... good on him for making the right prediction...
:up:
Good timely revival !! bapzmania.

sadi
February 14, 2007, 11:50 AM
Within two years, it looks like most of the names mentioned are already lost.

MarufH
February 14, 2007, 12:31 PM
Within two years, it looks like most of the names mentioned are already lost.

Ok, then who else is on the new list if Mushfiq fails? (Allah na koruk). We definitely not going back to Pilot!

sar2005
February 14, 2007, 12:42 PM
Ask Sharier Nafis to start practicing WK

FaltuRidwanBhai
February 14, 2007, 01:43 PM
I was impressed with Mushfiqur Rahim's batting Against Zim A. Sure would like to know how good a keeper he really is.

he is terrible. even cricinfo says he is still shaky. and i dont see how he is not going to be shaky in the world cup.

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jaihok,
dui boshor'er modhey hoito cougar bhai tar uttor peye gasen. :)

FRB,
if you don't watch the WC then you will miss how much he has improved. :)

TheWatcher
February 14, 2007, 02:20 PM
Rabeed Imam predicted Pilot would there for another four years whereas he got kicked out the team less than two years of that prediction ! Things change lot faster than we expect.

With due respect to names that have been mentioned, unless there is a massive dip in Pilot's form or the emergence of a really outstanding youngster from nowhere, I don't think pilot's place will be automatically taken by any other wicketkeeper for atleast another four years.

ZunIAD
February 14, 2007, 10:53 PM
Dhiman ghosh is a dam good wicketkeeper batsman. This guy is not only good but a lefti. Most bowlers in the world has problems bowling to a left hander. We also need a couple more left handed players to create a left and right hand combination. I dont want to forget about mushfiquir as far as i know he is an excellent batsman and played those 2 brilliant innings against zimbabwe to win us the games. It is really difficult for the selector to choose between ghosh and rahim. Then again without ODI exposure it will put rahim in extreme mental and physical pressure if he is straight away put into test cricket. For the time being we must capitilize on mashud to play test cricket and maybe later rahim can be selected for test. Dont forget that mashud is an excellent and exprienced wicketkeeper, he can maintain long concentration which is rewuired in test cricket. As for dhiman it will be difficult for him to be even in the odi team because rahim needs to be developed from odi cricket. Maybe later he can compete to get in odi spot 1nce rahim makes it to test spot, mainly to the fact that he has an agressive attidue towards his batting which is ideal for odi cricket. If he is does realy well in odi maybe test cricket. This good for Bangladesh cricket to see some competition.

TheWatcher
February 15, 2007, 08:20 AM
Who told you Dhiman is a lefty ?

http://www.thedailystar.net/2006/11/28/2006-11-28__sport01.jpg
Chittagong wicketkeeper-batsman Dhiman Ghosh drives on the off-side.
PHOTO: STAR

zakirc
February 15, 2007, 08:46 AM
Rabeed Imam predicted Pilot would there for another four years whereas he got kicked out the team less than two years of that prediction ! Things change lot faster than we expect.

Did you miss out the "unless there is a massive dip in Pilot's form" part of Mr. Imam's report? Well, since that report, pilot's batting went down and down and down .... plus we got a reasonable replacement.

khalifa
February 15, 2007, 09:18 AM
"he is terrible. even cricinfo says he is still shaky. and i dont see how he is not going to be shaky in the world cup."

That's a gross misrepresentation of facts, maybe he was a bit shaky in his first assignment abroad in this last series, but I watched the games live betn. BD-ZIM in BD. He did just excellent, on par with KMP, if not better.

He was very agile and looked confident
His movement to his left, to save some wide balls from Shahdat was a feast for the eye
On one occassion, in one single movement, he jumped to catch a throw from a fielder, extended his arm in an attempt to run out the batsman, and then checked his action when he saw the batter was already in the crease......just excellent!
Folks who have watched that series wold testify to this. And without any doubt, he is class-above batter than KMP. I salute the brave decision made by our selectors, it remains to be seen if they can hold on to that under the huge pressure....I read in Prothom-Alo today that some CTG adviser wants to talk with Faruk and Co. about this decision. I'm speechless. While I don't want to demean what KMP did in the past, but for the sake of our cricket, he needs to move on to play other form of cricket (read Test and domestic crickets)

Shaan
February 15, 2007, 09:41 AM
he is terrible. even cricinfo says he is still shaky. and i dont see how he is not going to be shaky in the world cup.

Pls give this lad a bit time.. he is young, promising and talented... I think we will not regret to have him for the future.. I have seen some of his batting... he looks to me solid and classy.. compare to some of the players in current bd team...

incredible
February 15, 2007, 11:45 AM
I am not if I shoud write this...
we need to give support top Mushfiq before world cup..rather than demoralizing him...prothom alo te poll dise..and everyone is saying Pilot ke na nile bole WC 07 e bangladesh er khela dekha boycott korbe..

ami Mushfiq rahim hoile ar eigula dekhle... amar motivation ar moral er obostha bhalo hoito na jaai hok...pilot world cup na khelle mara jabe na..he said he is going to come back...let him earn his place...sympathy dekhaye team e ferot anano baje hobe...

shobche baje hoise ...last zim vs Bang er series taTV te na dekhano..shpobay realize krotese na how good a batsman he is and Bangladesh ke bachaise in one inns. Ami sure world cup e first 2-1 match pore ..shobar way of thinking will change

MarufH
February 15, 2007, 12:39 PM
:up::up::up:"he is terrible. even cricinfo says he is still shaky. and i dont see how he is not going to be shaky in the world cup."

That's a gross misrepresentation of facts, maybe he was a bit shaky in his first assignment abroad in this last series, but I watched the games live betn. BD-ZIM in BD. He did just excellent, on par with KMP, if not better.
He was very agile and looked confident
His movement to his left, to save some wide balls from Shahdat was a feast for the eye
On one occassion, in one single movement, he jumped to catch a throw from a fielder, extended his arm in an attempt to run out the batsman, and then checked his action when he saw the batter was already in the crease......just excellent!Folks who have watched that series wold testify to this. And without any doubt, he is class-above batter than KMP. I salute the brave decision made by our selectors, it remains to be seen if they can hold on to that under the huge pressure....I read in Prothom-Alo today that some CTG adviser wants to talk with Faruk and Co. about this decision. I'm speechless. While I don't want to demean what KMP did in the past, but for the sake of our cricket, he needs to move on to play other form of cricket (read Test and domestic crickets)