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Old March 19, 2011, 08:26 AM
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Default Who do you would like to see as next Coach of Bangladesh?

Siddons era probably over or has to be over after the failure. BCB now has to decide on a new coach. Who do you think fit for as main coach for BD? And what type of coach you want as main coach? Technical or tactical or motivator?
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Old March 19, 2011, 08:27 AM
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Old March 19, 2011, 08:30 AM
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ganguly.

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Old March 19, 2011, 02:05 PM
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ganguly.

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good pick...he can think bigger..
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Old March 22, 2011, 11:35 AM
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He can be either very good or very bad. However, if winning a WC is our aim, he is a high risk/high payoff person. I still remember the swagger that the Indian team showed under his captaincy. If he can instill something like that in our team, we will start winning more. The downside is he can be quite brash, which can alienate players in the team. He will almost certainly have some clashes with BCB, if BCB does not yield to his wishes. He can play favorites too, but he will not stick with you if you don't perform for a long time.

If he wants to take this challenge, I say give him a chance.
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Old March 22, 2011, 11:39 AM
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He can be either very good or very bad. However, if winning a WC is our aim, he is a high risk/high payoff person. I still remember the swagger that the Indian team showed under his captaincy. If he can instill something like that in our team, we will start winning more. The downside is he can be quite brash, which can alienate players in the team. He will almost certainly have some clashes with BCB, if BCB does not yield to his wishes. He can play favorites too, but he will not stick with you if you don't perform for a long time.

If he wants to take this challenge, I say give him a chance.
Sounds like the POLAR OPPOSITE of what we need then...
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Old March 19, 2011, 08:33 AM
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what can coach do to turn around a nation without any real cricket players?
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Old March 19, 2011, 08:35 AM
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As for me, I would like to see a South-African as main coach. Their coaches are good motivator.
Players from Australia's 99 world cup squad will also be a good choice. Michael Bevan or Steve Waugh in that case top my list. Shane Warne, Mcgrath, Mark Waugh, Martin, Lehman, Flemming too much good option from there. I would be happy if any of them agree to work with us.
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Old March 19, 2011, 10:38 AM
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As for me, I would like to see a South-African as main coach. Their coaches are good motivator.
Players from Australia's 99 world cup squad will also be a good choice. Michael Bevan or Steve Waugh in that case top my list. Shane Warne, Mcgrath, Mark Waugh, Martin, Lehman, Flemming too much good option from there. I would be happy if any of them agree to work with us.
Why would people who were world champions want to coach the pathetic BD team? Maybe they are too tired of being succesful and want to fail then they will coach BD
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Old March 19, 2011, 12:10 PM
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As for me, I would like to see a South-African as main coach. Their coaches are good motivator.
Players from Australia's 99 world cup squad will also be a good choice. Michael Bevan or Steve Waugh in that case top my list. Shane Warne, Mcgrath, Mark Waugh, Martin, Lehman, Flemming too much good option from there. I would be happy if any of them agree to work with us.
good choices .....

add stephen fleming, tom moody ........
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Old March 19, 2011, 12:33 PM
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good choices .....

add stephen fleming, tom moody ........
both of them are engaged with IPL franchises. Stephen Fleming is a dream coach. Look how Chennai doing well in IPL under him.
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Old March 19, 2011, 08:37 AM
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Saurav Ganguly. He should be way more dedicated than Siddons. And experience of International Cricket should help. Dont forget the dui banglar shomporko unnoti and more support for bd..

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Old March 20, 2011, 02:28 AM
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Saurav Ganguly. He should be way more dedicated than Siddons. And experience of International Cricket should help. Dont forget the dui banglar shomporko unnoti and more support for bd..

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Ganguly is very bad at man management.He has not been able to handle himself in IPL,and also in his career...i dont think he is a good idea..and just because he can talk bangla..doesnt make him a good coach either.His credentials are not tested as coach.

Ar amra dui banglar shomporko bhalo korar jonno coach nichi na.
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1. A BCB Tsar who will: -

- Generate revenue and reinvest the money into the NCL and A Team cricket.

Invest in divisional teams, including state of the art facilities and qualified, proactive, passionate, foreign coaches for each and every one of the NCL teams. As the quality of cricket in the NCL improves, develop consistent performers with genuine ability in the A Team. That will bridge some of the monumental gap between our alleged first class/list A and the highest level, AND help our guys sustain whatever success they may achieve once they make it.

- Stomp-out lobbying and nepotism.

Get guys who can qualitatively analyze statistics within the reality of our context, and select players with the potential to deliver, and the talent to actually apply that potential in the middle. The selectors MUST attend games and select players based on a reasonable and transparent criterion.

I suggest Shakil Kasem for the job as long as he is allowed to do what he must. Absolute power to achieve specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-phased results. Needless to say, we must have absolute accountability in return. By us I mean Bangladeshi tax payers who pay 25% income tax and much more in Corporate and VAT payments. WE WANT OUR MONEY'S WORTH!

2. A Head Coach who is: -

- Positive, passionate, proactive and a disciplinarian. A motivator who believes in our guys more than they do, but is tough enough to hold them accountable.

- Capable of getting through to our guys and teaching what he needs to teach, and when they don't learn, be caring enough to send them down a level.

- Quick to accept responsibility and slow to accept praise.


জয় বাংলা ! ...
Try Ian Pont at least as interim coach, and give him the right players to work with.
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Old March 19, 2011, 09:48 AM
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Firstly, I believe we need a coach with good track record in coaching, not just as a player who has just some wins under his belt. He also has to be a good motivator as we are a young team. Better if he was captain of a good side. I also believe he has to posses a somewhat rigid personality which is very important in our subcontinental culture where politics comes into play. Another important aspect is communitaion. The coach has to understand the people and culture of this country in oder to communicate to the players properly. The language barrier also has been highlighted previously betweeen our players and overseas coaches.

Considering the above criteria I have made a personal choice and its Sourav Ganguly. I know Ganguly never coached a team but I admire his leadership quality and the way he changed the indian team. I believe his experience as a captain can make up for his lack in coaching experience. Ganguly took over the leadership when indian cricket was in disarray with match fixing scandals and he gave the team a winning habbit both in India and overseas. I heard the stories about him backing up the young players. He took a stand for the players he wanted in his team and he got the best out of them. The likes of Shehwag, Zaheer, Harbhajan & Yuvraj always acknowledged his contribution to the rise of their careers. For example, he assured Shehwag of playing 30 ODIs when Shehwag came into the team. Because of this he had a good authirity over his team which we desparately need in our coach 'cause our players might often recquire a little bit of 'danda' as they can be little reluctant sometimes. He will also be able to communicate better as he knows our culture and speaks the same language. I guess he given up hope for playing in IPL and hopefully wont mind taking over head coach's position of a national team if we can pay him upto his expectation.

Having said that all, I know that BCB will never appoint him 'cause they wouldn't want someone with such a rigid personality since that might potentially force them to compromise at times in front of Ganguly's strong will. But thats just a wish I have as I desperately want our team to play upto its potential and win matches.
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Old March 19, 2011, 09:56 AM
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Old March 19, 2011, 09:59 AM
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stephen fleming or gary kirsten
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Old March 19, 2011, 10:06 AM
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Minhazul Abedin Nannu. Laugh at me as much you want, but I will stick to a deshi coach with good cricket brain.
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Minhazul Abedin Nannu. Laugh at me as much you want, but I will stick to a deshi coach with good cricket brain.
Nannu can be a batting coach for age-based teams. For national team , players used to playing in the slow-low pitches of BD national league have lead feet and zero footwork. No coach can team them anything.

Create fast pitches and teach the young players. They will be able to sponge new techniques. Beside techniques we need someone to teach players the art/science of learning and professionalism. Salahuddin is a good candidate for that.
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I say, Phil Simmons who is currently coaching Irish team !
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Old March 19, 2011, 10:10 AM
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Probably a South African or a Pakistani... and Wasim Akram as bowling coach.
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Old March 19, 2011, 10:11 AM
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Kirsten wont come. He is leaving india job due to family reasons.

I really want Ganguly to take the job but i think khaled mahmud once said he wont be available full time. He would be really good for our batsmen & for development of young players as well

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Old March 20, 2011, 08:26 AM
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Kirsten wont come. He is leaving india job due to family reasons.

I really want Ganguly to take the job but i think khaled mahmud once said he wont be available full time. He would be really good for our batsmen & for development of young players as well

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Sujon will not be good choice due to spat in media he had with Shakib.
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I will put a Bangladeshi in. I will go with Navarene and also ask for Nannu.
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Old March 19, 2011, 10:15 AM
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I want to try a Bangladeshi coach for a change. And only one name comes to mind who will do justice. Aminul Islam Bulbul.
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