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Old February 11, 2013, 08:29 AM
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Noor was good today.
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Old February 11, 2013, 09:47 AM
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Don't care about T20s - leggies usually (except the ones like Afridi obviously - who have no future in tests) go for loads of runs in T20s. He has really been doing nothing in FC cricket - which is disappointing. Hope he starts to perform well in FC.
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Old February 11, 2013, 12:08 PM
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Another SLA joins the party

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Old February 20, 2013, 01:14 AM
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Big performance from Mosharraf Hossain. Such a cool customer under pressure. One thing different from other SLA's is he never gives any gifts. Length is immaculate. If you want to score of him, you have to take chances.
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Old February 20, 2013, 02:34 AM
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kano, Mominul Haque o to bhalo ball kore..........
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Old February 21, 2013, 11:56 AM
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I am still Hopeful about Noor Hossain. At least the kid is very young in years. Will keep an eye on him to see how he does in domestic competitions. like NCL, BCL, Premier League etc...
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Old April 27, 2013, 01:46 AM
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A little disappointed with Enamul Jnr. Nowhere near the bowler who was the highest wicket taker of the Under 19 WC, bagged heaps against Zimbabwe and then impressed against England. True the wicket isnt providing assistance, but Enamul didnt show anything to get excited about. He's not far ahead of Sunny's, Mosharraf. Similar level.

I have been following this guy from the Under 19 days. And RM had predicted Enamul could become Bangladesh's premier spinner. And all these years i hoped he would bounce back. But he hasnt developed much.
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Old April 27, 2013, 02:02 AM
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i thinks its a bit too early to call. He was bagging wickets on tour matches. He bowled well at times and had some moments throughout the first test. Time will tell though.
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Old April 27, 2013, 02:15 AM
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Absolutely.

But you can tell from the way which someone bowls, the basics, the thought process, even if the wicket isnt conducive for spin. Nothing more than Razzak or Mosharraf or Elias Sunny if you know what i mean. I really had my hopes high thinking he had the potential be a strike spinner. Someone who would get the opposition thinking before the match started.
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Old April 27, 2013, 08:01 AM
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I think we have to accept that our SLAs are pretty much the same, regardless of who we put in. This is where I have to give credit to the selectors. Despite Sohag not having the heaps of wickets the other SLAs have, he got a chance and he's definitely proved that he's got more to offer than the likes of Enamul, Mosharref, Elias, and Saqlain.

We should definitely consider bringing Noor Hossain in. Has a pretty good record in FCs. Gives a good variation to our bowling as a leggie and is still very young. It's a worth a try giving him a chance
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Old April 27, 2013, 08:08 AM
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I think we have to accept that our SLAs are pretty much the same, regardless of who we put in. This is where I have to give credit to the selectors. Despite Sohag not having the heaps of wickets the other SLAs have, he got a chance and he's definitely proved that he's got more to offer than the likes of Enamul, Mosharref, Elias, and Saqlain.

We should definitely consider bringing Noor Hossain in. Has a pretty good record in FCs. Gives a good variation to our bowling as a leggie and is still very young. It's a worth a try giving him a chance
id still stick with Enam till the world cup at home..Then maybe noor.
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Old April 27, 2013, 08:18 AM
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Fair enough, although Enamul will probably be only picked for tests.
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Old April 27, 2013, 11:53 AM
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Ya I agree Enamul should be our 3rd spinner for T20Is and ODIs. In Tests though, I think it wouldn't hurt to try Noor in the next series against NZ. If he turns out to be the real deal, then we'll have variety in our spin department
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Old April 27, 2013, 04:01 PM
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A little disappointed with Enamul Jnr. Nowhere near the bowler who was the highest wicket taker of the Under 19 WC, bagged heaps against Zimbabwe and then impressed against England. True the wicket isnt providing assistance, but Enamul didnt show anything to get excited about. He's not far ahead of Sunny's, Mosharraf. Similar level.

I have been following this guy from the Under 19 days. And RM had predicted Enamul could become Bangladesh's premier spinner. And all these years i hoped he would bounce back. But he hasnt developed much.
A little harsh. He had Taylor gone for 30 odd but Nafees dropped it and he went on to score 171. That was a pretty useless wicket for spinners. He kept it fairly tight. He needs more than just a single match before deciding. He should get the next series at home vs NZ.
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Old April 27, 2013, 10:56 PM
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after shakib ....... if u consider a second SLA this will be my choice

TEST: enamul
ODI: rajjak
T20: mosharraf rubel

i was really disappointed with Suhrawardi Shuvo. when he could not make use of his run. and i dont think elias sunny will be useful in the long run.
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Old April 29, 2013, 11:18 PM
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A little harsh. He had Taylor gone for 30 odd but Nafees dropped it and he went on to score 171. That was a pretty useless wicket for spinners. He kept it fairly tight. He needs more than just a single match before deciding. He should get the next series at home vs NZ.
He will be given more opportunities sure. But he's not the strike bowler we are looking for. I used to think Enam would be better than Shakib. The guy was a prodigy as a teenager, and did so well in his first couple of series. And the sort of turn he could generate, was sort of different from our other SLA's.

Not saying he cant get to that level. Look at Herath, Ajmal, both peaked after 30. But as it stands now Shakib is still our best spinner.
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Old April 30, 2013, 08:43 PM
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We should prepare a similar track for NZ tour now and play several practice matches to see which spinner does the best.
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Old May 1, 2013, 11:42 PM
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Noor Hossain had a decent NCL with 20 wickets at 27.95, also had 2 five wicket hauls. Average compared to other spinners-there are 9 other spinners ahead of him in the wicket list.

Seems like our under 19 team has a leg spinner by the name of Jubair Hossain, who had a pretty good series against Sri Lanka.

One leg spinner could really improve Bangladesh's spin attack. We have half a dozen SLA's, one very talented OS. All we need is a leg spinner. Someone at the level of Cremer will do.
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Old May 1, 2013, 11:47 PM
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Noor Hossain had a decent NCL with 20 wickets at 27.95, also had 2 five wicket hauls. Average compared to other spinners-there are 9 other spinners ahead of him in the wicket list.

Seems like our under 19 team has a leg spinner by the name of Jubair Hossain, who had a pretty good series against Sri Lanka.

One leg spinner could really improve Bangladesh's spin attack. We have half a dozen SLA's, one very talented OS. All we need is a leg spinner. Someone at the level of Cremer will do.
I think Cremer has a lot of talent, can turn the ball quite a bit like most leggies, and has a very good googly. But for some reason he has so far been distinctly ordinary. His stats against us are a bit inflated with his 4 for 4 mopping up the tail in the first Test.

The ZCF conscensus is that though talented, he bowls too slowly at international level. There were no guns so can't tell for sure, but I think that is a very good reason for not being affective. However, an additional 5-8 kph pace would probably reduce his turn.

Similar issues for Keegan Meth. He will get a few wickets against us in favorable conditions, but top teams will just ride his swing out. Although, the amount of swing he gets, even at 72 mph he could be a handful for top teams.
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Old May 2, 2013, 08:42 AM
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Cremers a good bolwer, no magic like Paul Strang though.

Zimbabwe have a thing with leg spinners, like we do with SLA's. Paul Strang, Adam Huckle, Brian Murphy, now Cremer.
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Old May 2, 2013, 09:15 AM
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Noor Hossain had a decent NCL with 20 wickets at 27.95, also had 2 five wicket hauls. Average compared to other spinners-there are 9 other spinners ahead of him in the wicket list.

Seems like our under 19 team has a leg spinner by the name of Jubair Hossain, who had a pretty good series against Sri Lanka.

One leg spinner could really improve Bangladesh's spin attack. We have half a dozen SLA's, one very talented OS. All we need is a leg spinner. Someone at the level of Cremer will do.
I'd seriously think about giving Noor a go in the NZ series. We decided to chance our arm at Sohag despite not taking even close to the amount of wickets compared to the likes of Enamul and Elias but look at how well he's done.

NCL and international cricket are very different. We shouldn't just look at the highest wicket takers because our style is very different compared to the rest of the world.

We already have Shakib as our SLA for Tests and Razzak for the shorter forms. So we don't really need anymore SLAs. A legspin her can give us a dangerous look with out bowling attack.
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At least should be given a go with the A team, even though there are other types of spinner with better record.
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A little harsh. He had Taylor gone for 30 odd but Nafees dropped it and he went on to score 171. That was a pretty useless wicket for spinners. He kept it fairly tight. He needs more than just a single match before deciding. He should get the next series at home vs NZ.
Our spinners need to watch Herath bowl in tests and how he spins his web ball-by-ball. Our spinners do pretty well in the ODI, although I would be tempted to try Enamul jnr in place of Razzak in one or two games. Razzak bowls well, but his obligatory deliveries on the toes get on my nerves.
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We need to develop more non-SLA's. Another good off-spinner and a couple of leg-spinners would be a good place to start.
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Maybe Taijul or Sajib deserves a debut?
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