Originally Posted by Sohel
I for one am happy to see him back. I hope he gets the chance to bowl a few overs. He's no "Banglar Wasim" but at his best has the potential to be Syed Rasel at his best with a bit more pace and swing, and a lot more aggression. Whether he's willing to do the hard work on his own to be the best he can be is a fair question. The PA interview
suggests he knows that he has to but wants more pacer camps under quality coaches. That's great as long as he's also working hard on his own. Our guys tend to be negligent and lazy without a coach breathing down their necks.
That's what I think as well. As long as he has the control part down, he can definitely be successful at this level. Also not to mention he can bat down the order. It's all about the attitude, being willing to learn and work hard. That's what brought Shahadat down despite having the talent.