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  #101  
Old June 14, 2013, 07:57 PM
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Irish fans pissed.Say bangladesh no longer tigers.Irish forum.
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Old June 14, 2013, 08:16 PM
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For what?
So we don't lose.
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Old June 14, 2013, 08:19 PM
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Make the Ireland team play in the DPL so we can play domestic cricket and versue Ireland at the same time.

It would make everyone happy.
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Old June 14, 2013, 08:45 PM
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OK logistically speaking, you may have a point. A tour of Ireland spanning 3 ODIs and 2 T20Is, is 380 overs of scheduled cricket. With the Irish weather, we'd be lucky to see 200 overs played with at least 1 game totally washed out without a single ball bowled. Thats a fair point. I don't want that and I'm sure the Irish fans don't want that either.

However to say the national team shouldn't play valuable matches simply because we can't watch them (no broadcast) is simply selfish to the umpteenth. We're talking about OUR team's benefit (which will also benefit the Irish). Learning and development is more important. Remember, we have a world cup that is not that far away anymore and its not in home-like conditions.

But yes, I hope that the BCB invites Ireland over instead. We did tour them last time, and I'm sure the Irish would love to tour a full member. Just hope weather allows some decent play.

6 Tests in the year is not bad. 8 is ideal, but 6 ain't bad. But to only play 8 ODIs (1 vs SL was a near wash out) is a travesty when India plays 7 in a single series. BCB has to pick up the effing slack here. Ensure 5 ODIs vs NZ, if not 3 Tests. Bring Ireland over for 3 more. We again have a huge gap between November and February/March. Get ZIM's a$$ over here for at least 5 ODIs. You won't get Australia to tour for 6 Tests, so get the teams that will both want to play us, and will give us competition. Heck even invite Afghanistan for 3 ODIs.

Wake the eff up, BCB!
Agree with you there. These are some of the thing that BCB has been incapable of doing, adding to the basket. Is it difficult to invite Zimbabwe over once a year for an extended tour of 5 ODI, 3 tests, 2 T20s? Given the schedules of these 2 countries, this should be a piece of cake. Inviting Afghanistan for A tours is also a good idea. Get our players some international exposure while helping these boards.
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Old June 14, 2013, 09:12 PM
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Make the Ireland team play in the DPL so we can play domestic cricket and versue Ireland at the same time.

It would make everyone happy.
Thats actually a great idea. Invite some players from Zimbabwe, Ireland, Afghanistan. Some of their stars could really lift the intensity and quality of DPL. Players like O Brien, Trent, Sorenson, Stirling, Cusack and from Afghanistan, Nabi, Zadran, Hamid and from Zim, Sibanda, Hamilton, Shingi, Vitori, Jarvis, Waller can really light up DPL
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Old June 15, 2013, 12:07 AM
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Thats actually a great idea. Invite some players from Zimbabwe, Ireland, Afghanistan. Some of their stars could really lift the intensity and quality of DPL. Players like O Brien, Trent, Sorenson, Stirling, Cusack and from Afghanistan, Nabi, Zadran, Hamid and from Zim, Sibanda, Hamilton, Shingi, Vitori, Jarvis, Waller can really light up DPL
Great idea this. Win for everyone.
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Old June 15, 2013, 03:14 PM
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In short, I just want more international and domestic matches. I don't care how they do it. Just do it. I think we can all agree that we don't play enough matches in neither domestic nor international matches. So it needs to be done.
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Old June 15, 2013, 08:25 PM
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National team ki kore jokhon long break thake? Are they partying. holidaying, contemplating marriage? Or are they furiously working on their cricket in the nets for long periods of time and working on fitness?
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Old June 15, 2013, 11:04 PM
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^ they are not machine that they have to play, dream and eat cricket 24/7. They have their personal lives and they need break too. If someone has a 9-5 job, they work 9-5, maybe some late nights and weekends...not 24/7. Cricket is their livelihood, not 24/7 jobs. No professional team play more than 5 months per year...
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Old June 16, 2013, 03:34 AM
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^ they are not machine that they have to play, dream and eat cricket 24/7. They have their personal lives and they need break too. If someone has a 9-5 job, they work 9-5, maybe some late nights and weekends...not 24/7. Cricket is their livelihood, not 24/7 jobs. No professional team play more than 5 months per year...
That's not what i meant. They are getting what a 4 month break? They will have the NZ series after that. Shouldn't they be preparing for that? 4 months is a very long time .
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Old June 16, 2013, 08:42 AM
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That's not what i meant. They are getting what a 4 month break? They will have the NZ series after that. Shouldn't they be preparing for that? 4 months is a very long time .
So, what are they doing now ? Any idea what they are up to now ?
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Old June 16, 2013, 10:36 AM
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That's not what i meant. They are getting what a 4 month break? They will have the NZ series after that. Shouldn't they be preparing for that? 4 months is a very long time .
They're having a fitness camp now
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Old June 17, 2013, 03:17 AM
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So, what are they doing now ? Any idea what they are up to now ?
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