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Old July 31, 2013, 04:25 PM
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Slipped disc can be dangerous and career-ending.

But Abul tui taratari Thailand e giye bhalo howe aay, tarpor Bangladeshe eshe biye shaadi kore ghor shongshar kor, byabshar kaaje mon de. Doya kore national team e khelish na.
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Hope Abul gets back to full fitness.

I am sure once he is back he will cause injuries to most batsman (torn back muscles from pulling all the hit-me deliveries)
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Old October 8, 2013, 01:40 PM
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Injured pace bowler Abul Hasan underwent a successful operation on his backbone in Australia on Monday that had prevented him from participating in all sorts of cricket activities since the second away Test against Sri Lanka this year.
http://newagebd.com/detail.php?date=...8#.UlRRA1ATXhc

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Old October 8, 2013, 01:42 PM
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Alhamdulillah. I hope he recovers well and continue playing cricket. Thanks BCB for sending him to Australia.
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Old October 8, 2013, 01:50 PM
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Thats good news. Hope he recovers soon.
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Old October 8, 2013, 01:53 PM
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Hope he doesn't rush back and takes his time. Back injuries are serious and if you come back too soon, you could severely mess it up
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That is a good news indeed. BCB has enough money to send this young pacers to Australia. Good news.
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BCB isn't that big a bolod after all. good that they did it quickly
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Default দুবার অস্ত্রোপচার করিয়ে ফিরছেন হাসান

আবুল হাসানের কপালটাই খারাপ। মেরুদণ্ডের ব্যথা বয়ে বেড়াচ্ছিলেন অনেক দিন ধরে। অস্ত্রোপচারের জন্য অস্ট্রেলিয়া যাই যাই করেও যাওয়া হচ্ছিল না। শেষ পর্যন্ত যখন গেলেন, একবারের জায়গায় দুবার অস্ত্রোপচার করে দেশে ফিরছেন জাতীয় দলের এই পেসার।
মেলবোর্নের বিশেষজ্ঞ শল্যবিদ গ্রেগ মেলহাম আবুল হাসানের মেরুদণ্ডে প্রথম অস্ত্রোপচারটি করেন গত ৭ অক্টোবর। কিন্তু অস্ত্রোপচারের সপ্তাহ খানেক পরও ব্যথা না কমায় মেলহাম একই জায়গায় দ্বিতীয়বার অস্ত্রোপচারের প্রয়োজনীয়তা অনুভব করে বিসিবির অনুমতি চান। বিসিবির অনুমতি না দিয়ে উপায় ছিল না। এরপর গত ২৫ অক্টোবর আবুল হাসানের পিঠের একই জায়গায় একই অস্ত্রোপচার হয় আবারও। বিসিবি সূত্রের তথ্য, দ্বিতীয় অস্ত্রোপচারের পর ভালো আছেন ওয়েস্ট ইন্ডিজের বিপক্ষে টেস্টে ১০ নম্বরে নেমে সেঞ্চুরি করা পেসার। আগামীকাল আবারও তাঁর অবস্থা পর্যবেক্ষণ করবেন মেলহাম। সব ঠিকঠাক থাকলে দেশে ফিরবেন ১৬ নভেম্বর। তবে মাঠে ফিরতে সময় লাগবে কমপক্ষে তিন মাস।
দ্বিতীয়বার অস্ত্রোপচারের পর নাকি সাফল্যের ব্যাপারে বেশ আশাবাদী চিকিৎসক মেলহাম। বিসিবির চিকিৎসক দেবাশিস চৌধুরী কাল টেলিফোনে বলছিলেন, ‘মেলহাম আমাদের জানিয়েছেন, দুবার অস্ত্রোপচার হলেও সুস্থ হতে রাজুর (আবুল হাসান) একই সময় লাগবে। পরের অস্ত্রোপচারটা খুব ভালো হয়েছে বলে জানিয়েছেন তিনি। এখন ব্যথা অনেক কম। এটাও বেশি দিন থাকবে না।’ কিন্তু অস্ট্রেলিয়ার মতো দেশে নামী চিকিৎসকের কাছে গিয়েও একই অস্ত্রোপচার দুবার করাতে হওয়াটা হতাশাজনক কি না, জানতে চাইলে দেবাশিসের উত্তর, ‘আমরা তো খোঁজখবর নিয়ে ভালো জায়গাতেই ওকে পাঠিয়েছি। মেলহাম এ ধরনের অস্ত্রোপচারের জন্য বিশেষজ্ঞ। আমরা এটাকে ভুল চিকিৎসা বলব না। হয়তো প্রয়োজন মনে করেছেন বলেই দুবার অপারেশন করেছেন।’

মেলহামের দুবার অস্ত্রোপচারের ‘প্রয়োজন অনুভব’ করা বাড়িয়ে দিয়েছে আবুল হাসানের অস্ত্রোপচারের খরচও। প্রথমে যেখানে বাজেট ছিল ২৫ লাখ টাকার মতো, এখন সেখানে বিসিবির ব্যয় হবে প্রায় ৫০ লাখ টাকা।

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Old November 10, 2013, 04:29 PM
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^^^ Thanks for the news Ahnaf. Lets hope he recovers well.
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Spinal injury is one of the worst sports injuries. I am not sure if he can bowl full stretch even after he recovers.
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Slipped disc can be dangerous and career-ending.

But Abul tui taratari Thailand e giye bhalo howe aay, tarpor Bangladeshe eshe biye shaadi kore ghor shongshar kor, byabshar kaaje mon de. Doya kore national team e khelish na.
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Old November 10, 2013, 07:59 PM
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Spinal injury is one of the worst sports injuries. I am not sure if he can bowl full stretch even after he recovers.
I see him becoming a Zia. If he can transform himself as a batsmen and make his ends meat from domestic cricket for next 10 to 12 years. I will be happy for him.
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I see him becoming a Zia. If he can transform himself as a batsmen and make his ends meat from domestic cricket for next 10 to 12 years. I will be happy for him.
I rate him far better batsman than that blind sloger Zia.
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It's sad to see literally all our pacers dropping like flies. Something is clearly not right and we're going to need to manage the pacers better. Pacers also have to do a better job managing themselves as well.
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I am not sure if he can bowl full stretch even after he recovers.
he cant bowl any worse then he already does
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Guys, let us all prey he recovers fully. He is raw but he has the elements to be Bangladesh's first consistently express bowler. Broad shoulders, big gluteous maximus and a solid action; unlike Shahadat, Masree & Shafiul or Rubel (i.e. the only bowlers who have touched or exceeded 90MPH for us). I put a lot of respect for Sanga's opinion and when he says Abul "has something about him" or that "he hits the bat hard" that means a lot. With more matches under his belt and good coaching his bowling could come along and he has the makings of a handy #8 or #9 with the bat.
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Its an insult to Abul to compare him with Zia. Gazi and Abul are much more technically compact than Zia. Hence both have a century to their name and Zia can barely buy a run in the international arena.

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Its an insult to Abul to compare him with Zia. Gazi and Abul are much more technically compact than Zia. Hence both have a century to their name and Zia can barely buy a run in the international arena.

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Yes, wish our Abul a speedy recovery. Hope BCB is looking after him thoroughly and professionally. He has bucket loads of promise. As someone has already mentioned BCB must have a special unit for the Fast bowlers something similiar to "after-care". Quicks and leggies are precious commodities in cricket. Hope Taskin is nursed and groomed properly, too.

As far as Zia, the lad has a genuine prospect to become a decent allrounder. He lacks ghilu, temperament and athleticism. As soon as he fixes those he will be okay.
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As far as Zia, the lad has a genuine prospect to become a decent allrounder. He lacks ghilu, temperament and athleticism. As soon as he fixes those he will be okay.
You can improve temperament and athleticism but you can't grow "ghilu" unfortunately. "Ghilu" is a prerequisite to improve all other mentioned skills.
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This dude scored a century in international cricket when no one expected him to, please show some respect where it is due

Give him time to recover, and keep him in contention(A team tours at least), he should be coached properly.
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raju has a hell of a lot of talent, unfortunately he's so far looked like he'll go the way of shahadat but first things first let's get this kid fully recovered and then let's get him properly coached. as far as back injuries, i've got a bulging disk, it's a constant issue and you really have to keep on top of your fitness to keep the injury and niggles at bay so once he is fully recovered i hope he keeps doing his exercises and gets a good routine that will work with his back problem so he can stay fit and healthy. this is where a physio and/or quality physcial therapist/personal trainer is a must for international sports people.
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Guys, let us all prey he recovers fully. He is raw but he has the elements to be Bangladesh's first consistently express bowler. Broad shoulders, big gluteous maximus and a solid action; unlike Shahadat, Masree & Shafiul or Rubel (i.e. the only bowlers who have touched or exceeded 90MPH for us). I put a lot of respect for Sanga's opinion and when he says Abul "has something about him" or that "he hits the bat hard" that means a lot. With more matches under his belt and good coaching his bowling could come along and he has the makings of a handy #8 or #9 with the bat.
Same views I share. He's a good prospect, he's just very raw and has a long ways to go if he wants to be international standard. I'm sure with time he can come good for us.
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raju has a hell of a lot of talent, unfortunately he's so far looked like he'll go the way of shahadat but first things first let's get this kid fully recovered and then let's get him properly coached. as far as back injuries, i've got a bulging disk, it's a constant issue and you really have to keep on top of your fitness to keep the injury and niggles at bay so once he is fully recovered i hope he keeps doing his exercises and gets a good routine that will work with his back problem so he can stay fit and healthy. this is where a physio and/or quality physcial therapist/personal trainer is a must for international sports people.
Shahadat's problems was that he lacked a cricket brain, became big headed and therefore got soft and lazy.

Abul's poor bowling mainly comes from lack of experience at the professional level. As long as he works hard and doesn't become big headed and keeps learning from mistakes, he can become a good pacer for us. Time will tell.
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