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Old January 31, 2013, 08:05 PM
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Old January 31, 2013, 08:07 PM
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I don't want to speak to soon but I think Milon is kind of ready for National Team.
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Old January 31, 2013, 10:52 PM
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Milon is matured. Shabbir is still young.
Yep, hence I feel Milon is more 'ready' than Sabbir at the moment. But I like Sabbir more though, he could be something special in ODI&T20s for BD.
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Old January 31, 2013, 11:00 PM
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You could get both in T20s IMO:
Tamim/Shamsur
Anamul
Mushfiqur
Shakib
Sabbir
Nasir
Milon
Mash
Gazi
Razzak/Sajib/Sunny
Shafiul

That's an awesome T20 lineup, great batting depth, plenty of bowling options.

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Old February 1, 2013, 06:52 PM
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Ziaur is simply not good enough. Sabbir and Milon are the real deal.
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Old February 1, 2013, 07:43 PM
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is it just me who thinks Milon batting style = Mashrafee on batting form style?

ignore the word "style"... there is NONE of that! His batting is effective but ugly.
Style = 0/100
Technique = -5/100
effectiveness = +45/100
temper = /100

I guess good enough against these mediocre medium pacers/offies/SLA's in t20's.

Shabbir on the other hand has style, technique, Power, effect(batting/fielding and bowling maybe)...only the maturity is needed! And what better way to mature by playing instead of being neglected.
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Old February 1, 2013, 08:47 PM
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So Shabbir has the "Ashraful" factor and Milon has the "Mashrafee" factor?


Is it a good thing or curse for Shabbir?
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Old February 1, 2013, 08:52 PM
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is it just me who thinks Milon batting style = Mashrafee on batting form style?

ignore the word "style"... there is NONE of that! His batting is effective but ugly.
Style = 0/100
Technique = -5/100
effectiveness = +45/100
temper = /100

I guess good enough against these mediocre medium pacers/offies/SLA's in t20's.

Shabbir on the other hand has style, technique, Power, effect(batting/fielding and bowling maybe)...only the maturity is needed! And what better way to mature by playing instead of being neglected.
have heard this before about milon a number of years ago, he's a good hitter but he's quite like mash with his batting...i really haven't seen much of him at all but from the little i have seen of him and what others have said, and from what i've seen of shabbir and zia, if i was to pick one to be a #7 i'd be going with shabbir. shabbir has the potential to play longer innings against better quality bowlers, could bat up the order if needed and on the bowling front he was decent in u19s as a leggy which is a variation the national team is missing atm. although what i just described can also mean alok kapali.
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Old February 1, 2013, 09:38 PM
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Sabbir reminds me a bit of Luke Wright.
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Old February 2, 2013, 07:29 PM
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Sabbir reminds me a bit of Luke Wright.
lol luke wright ?!
I call him Fluke Right who's posture is well feminine while Shabbir looks masculine and stylish! Day and night difference there...unless you are seeing the moon light !
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Old February 2, 2013, 07:57 PM
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lol luke wright ?!
I call him Fluke Right who's posture is well feminine while Shabbir looks masculine and stylish! Day and night difference there...unless you are seeing the moon light !
That is one way of saying "Please look right".
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Old February 3, 2013, 12:21 AM
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lol luke wright ?!
I call him Fluke Right who's posture is well feminine while Shabbir looks masculine and stylish! Day and night difference there...unless you are seeing the moon light !
Luke Wright is one of the better t20 batsmen going around and now ur calling him crap?
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Old February 3, 2013, 12:56 AM
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Luke Wright is one of the better t20 batsmen going around and now ur calling him crap?
He may be somewhat effective in T20s, but let's be honest - no one strives to be Luke Wright.
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Old February 3, 2013, 01:47 AM
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lol luke wright ?!
I call him Fluke Right who's posture is well feminine while Shabbir looks masculine and stylish! Day and night difference there...unless you are seeing the moon light !
What's wrong with femininity? Sexist much bro? Luke right has good build. And plenty of 'feminine' looking players are real good in T20s - de Kock, David Miller, Steve Smith etc. pops to mind.

He's played some real good innings in BBL etc. - improved leaps and bounds since his bits and pieces days. And IIRC he has hit a monstrous six in BPL too.
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Old February 3, 2013, 02:26 AM
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He may be somewhat effective in T20s, but let's be honest - no one strives to be Luke Wright.
No one has to strive to be luke wright but there is nothing wrong being compared to him in T20s.
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Old February 3, 2013, 10:33 AM
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Luke Wright is one of the better t20 batsmen going around and now ur calling him crap?
Agree with you that he is effective in the game..but I think comparing/relating anything of Luke with Shabbir is a bit of jumbled opinion. Technique, Style, Quality wise if shabbir is to be compared...then I would compare with him someone like Du Plesis or even Samuel in their early carriers. Ofcourse, the experience changes/perfects a player.

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What's wrong with femininity? Sexist much bro? Luke right has good build. And plenty of 'feminine' looking players are real good in T20s - de Kock, David Miller, Steve Smith etc. pops to mind.

He's played some real good innings in BBL etc. - improved leaps and bounds since his bits and pieces days. And IIRC he has hit a monstrous six in BPL too.
bro I don't think it can be a sexist remark! I like women! but I don't like men in women clothing or vice versa! Same time, I am not blaming or saying there is something wrong with Luke being how he is (if it is something involuntary). To me, femininity of a man should be "caring/loving" etc! It should NOT be in postures/mobility!

and they are real good in t/20? who did you compare with? De villers/gayle/ Clarke/Samuel/Bravo/Petersen/Kohli/Akmals/Shakib/Mushfiq/Nasir/Dilshan/Dhoni/Jamshed/Ross taylor/McCullam/Hussy's/Whites/Azhar/watson/kallis ? any of them? or the English ladies team?

The point is,
- Luke is a lot of Flukes than class but effective. (Maybe coz' he gets lucky). But watching him play is pain, as it is not attractive or interesting in any way. Always looks nervous.
- Milon is effective, nothing of class, good against SLA'S Medium Pacers, hence vulnerable against quality opposition. Watching him play more interesting than Luke atleast. Looks less nervous than Luke.
- Shabbir, A lot of class, good against pacers and spinners, effective more than milon, hence more chance of being successful against quality opposition. Watching him play is like watching Nasir building a partnership or Shabbir himself knocking out Afghanistan. I.e, Authority and Class! He has no nerves! (I might sound bias but we all saw him play)
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lol hilarious discussion here. Love you guys. Love BC.
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I still dont get how a player like Luke Wright could 'fluke' his way to an average of 26 and a strike rate of 146 in T20s after playing 146 matches...
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So what is the conclusion?

From a grade of 1 to 10 ( 10 being the most), how much feminine features does Milon posses? And how re ranks among the current superstars like Shakib, Tamim and Ashraful?
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Old February 8, 2013, 10:44 AM
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Old February 12, 2013, 07:39 AM
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Old February 12, 2013, 08:11 AM
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Thanks, MC bhai. Good clean striking for the most part. That second last 6 was rather ugly and somewhat uncontrolled though.
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who is the new commy?
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Old February 12, 2013, 08:41 AM
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who is the new commy?
You have seen him many times if you watched any of ESPN's Legend of Cricket. I think his name is Murgatroyd or something

Edit: Brian Murgatroyd
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