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oracle
April 17, 2005, 12:22 PM
As the news of U-19 coach's departure settles in, perhaps it is time to think about who should be the new coach and his/her desirable attributes.

Local or Foreign Coach?High profile ex -player?Straight from the Australian Academy?A manager more than a coach?

The appointment of a competent local coach such as Salaudin seems good on paper but has the task that Mciness was doing been completed?.And we still have an array of problems and objectives to tackle. So the hiring of a professional coach with a helicopter view would still have to be a paramount consideration.

Edited on, April 17, 2005, 5:27 PM GMT, by oracle.

Rubu
April 17, 2005, 12:27 PM
his/her? no kidding. are we thinking of first ever female cricket coach for mens team? :lol:

anyway, i think its not a good idea to appoint the locale in place of McInnes. we do not need a high profile coach but we need someone like McInnes, young and waiting to prove himself and will give 100% for the team. former players are not a bad idea.

how about we try to make a list of who can be possible candidate for the position?

Pundit
April 17, 2005, 02:06 PM
We need a genuine field person, like Mr. McInnes ! No Manager, and certainly no high profile individual. We need a coach who will sweat in buckets, and make his players sweat in oceans. We need a coach with strong emphasis on tactics, more than strategy. And we need a coach from some good academy, if possible at all, or from some club level within a competitive league, where his team is doing well. And that league could be in any of the following countries, in order...Australia, England, SA, and from no where else.

Special 1
April 17, 2005, 02:54 PM
WE need a coach who will have a comprehensive picture of Bangaldesh cricket, like Mcinnis. Some1 proefficient in formulating new plans like mcinnes and also sum one who can carry out the plans laid out by Mcinnis.

Desh Bangla
April 17, 2005, 08:53 PM
We can bring "Jhonty Rhodes" if we can't find anyone not to worry .

sadi
April 17, 2005, 09:30 PM
i wish he could stay......he was doing so well...

Rubayed
April 18, 2005, 12:47 AM
Originally posted by Pundit
We need a genuine field person, like Mr. McInnes ! No Manager, and certainly no high profile individual. We need a coach who will sweat in buckets, and make his players sweat in oceans. We need a coach with strong emphasis on tactics, more than strategy. And we need a coach from some good academy, if possible at all, or from some club level within a competitive league, where his team is doing well. And that league could be in any of the following countries, in order...Australia, England, SA, and from no where else.

I agree with u 100%

Sam
April 18, 2005, 02:30 AM
I also agree with Pundit 100.01%

Hasib
April 18, 2005, 02:38 AM
If Dav stays i suggest Gorden Greendige... if Dav doesnt Gorden shud be the national coach... y? well he was making good progress with the team... until the BCB got annoyed at him expressing is own opinion.

RazabQ
April 18, 2005, 02:49 AM
divorced couples rarely get back - and when they occasionally do - the results are not good. Let gordon bhai go - any guy who made a whole team sit in the bus while he visited his daughter's house - ain't worth it.

jeesh
April 18, 2005, 10:54 AM
I think we should look for a specialist Under 19 coach. Someone like Mciness who has a lot of knowledge and can instill discipline. I remember the players even had to change their diets according to Mciness's policies. That is a major commitment. But at the end all that hard work coupled with these new policies got Bangladesh success. Local coaches will never be able to do as much as these specialist coaches. So BCB start the hunt for another Mciness

Carte Blanche
April 18, 2005, 11:04 AM
I think McInnes himself may have a good answer to that. We are looking for someone similar to McInnes right? He is a young, energetic, motivated and determined person and a coach. I'm sure he has colleagues back in Australia who graduated from the same school of hard work. He has come to know the youngsters first hand, and knows exactly what it takes to develop our cricket at its most malleable level. He knows our future plans as good as anyone. I would like BCB to seek advice from him and encourage him to propose a replacement that he deems would be suitable for us.

cricket_pagla
April 18, 2005, 11:52 AM
Every one is talking about some on like. McInnes!.. ya I agree with you... but no one came with a "name".. expect G.Grinidge and :duh: J.Rhodes!

Fazal
April 18, 2005, 12:01 PM
Originally posted by cricket_pagla
Every one is talking about some on like. McInnes!.. ya I agree with you... but no one came with a "name"..

Bring Dada as he is now semi retired as a player. He can speak Bangla, he is young, he was a good leader, he was a good player, his team was doing gread under his captaincy (until lately)..... hmmmmm may be not.

Locutus
April 18, 2005, 12:11 PM
Originally posted by Desh Bangla
We can bring "Jhonty Rhodes" if we can't find anyone not to worry .

Johnty Rhodes??? doesn't he still play ODI matches for SA?

Locutus
April 18, 2005, 12:16 PM
G.Grinidge failed to improve our national team first-time he tried. I don't think he is a good idea for our young players. How about Wasim Akram?

Carte Blanche
April 18, 2005, 12:22 PM
I don't think Greenidge will even be interested in the job following the sour incidents that lead to his departure.

Huda
April 18, 2005, 03:03 PM
Originally posted by Logen
Originally posted by Desh Bangla
We can bring "Jhonty Rhodes" if we can't find anyone not to worry .

Johnty Rhodes??? doesn't he still play ODI matches for SA?

no he retired like quite a while back now, not sure how long im guessing 3/4 years now