Originally Posted by CholCholBD
Do you seriously consider this "yaking"...after 8 years of utter incompetance and embarassment, rape of national pride, ripping the fabric of youth and all those who support a NATIONAL team?
Do u seriously consider that the frustrations of millions of fans all across the globe who feel the same way is somehow mindlessly heckling some "talents"?
Do you seriously consider the lack of fundamental skill and cricketing INTELLIGENCE lacking in our players, much less our captain? Forget about winning games, the lack of spirit, or sportsmanship, patience, or simply some sensible knocks is absurd.
Do you seriously consider that BD cricket is in any shape or form going in the right direction?
This is not about "typical" bengali anything. What needs to be "atypical" is the response we get from our players who represent the NATIONAL side. This is not a club sport. There is blood, pride, hearts and minds in this game. The rape of such a sport by neanderthals is unforgiving.
The answer is not "go pick up a bat and you do it genius"...we are not supposed to be inspiring the players, we are supposed to be inspired BY the players...this is by far the last stray of bad performances and helpless heartbreaks.
Cut down on the adjectives mate - you sound like some emo-maniac. DO YOU SERIOUSLY expect a team that changes players every second game to have any chance in the international arena? DO YOU SERIOUSLY think that Bangladeshi players are good enough to play anywhere outside home conditions? They're kids - they can't learn something in one or two matches. It's clear they're not up to it. They weren't taught your "fundamental skills". Either they should quit playing tests until they learn to handle the pressures of the international arena, or they improve rather slowly while still being humiliated by tough opposition. Take your pick. In the end, it's not your decision.
Quit complaining and expecting dreams to come true. You're just going to have to wait like the rest of us. Or alternatively, you can save yourself your emotional heartbreaks and stop following them until they become your dream team. And this time, it's your decision.