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Old August 26, 2012, 12:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Tigers_eye
Sorry Asaad for off-topic discussion.

Had U-19 and the intl stage were same obviously we would be World #1, if not around #3 or #4, no? Chopping and changing with inexperienced players and banking on hope is not good for any team. A reminder of Graham Smith comments are necessary time to time for having a strong BD side. Plus see current Zim. And if that doesn't help see Pujara, Kohli and so many others who had to wait. Waiting is a good thing not bad.

Ar jeita rey bair korar dorkar tar naam kau nei na. Golden spoon Motin'er mukhey!!
Some players are ready way before. Shakib, tamim, mushy, Nasir, Rubel are examples of teenage debutants who are rock solid members of our team in at least one format. Most relevant is that ALL of them were either mediocre players or unimpressive the first few seasons. Anamul is ready now because he has talent + application. Guys like nazimuddin kayes etc are more limited players who require seasoning. Ashraful has played domestics for how long now? Shikse kisu? If anamul is destined to fail he will fail regardless of getting 2-3 unecessary seasons in a weak domestic league. What would Lebron have gAined by staying in college for 2 years?

Besides most of our international engagement are against WI/SL/ZIM and other weaker sides. Were not touring SA anytime soon.
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