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Old November 6, 2013, 01:22 AM
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exactly!
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Old November 6, 2013, 01:45 AM
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Aftab was brilliant at point! What are you guys talking about?
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Old November 6, 2013, 01:49 AM
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^^ I came to say the same thing
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Old November 6, 2013, 02:18 AM
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Aftab was brilliant at point! What are you guys talking about?
That's what distinguishes a "hujuge" fan jumping onto the peer pressure bandwagon as opposed to one who actually understands the game.
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Old November 6, 2013, 02:30 AM
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That's what distinguishes a "hujuge" fan jumping onto the peer pressure bandwagon as opposed to one who actually understands the game.
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Aftab was brilliant at point! What are you guys talking about?
You 2 weren't in the chat on a match day, guys who were in chat that day if remember about the talk ian made about aftab's fielding would understand my sarcasm


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^^ I came to say the same thing
you were on chat that day, i guess you forgot
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Old November 6, 2013, 04:12 AM
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Aftab and Ash were good fielders once

The former than became chubby and the other is busy managing his restaurant

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Old November 7, 2013, 03:14 PM
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he is leading from the front, played a beautiful innings yesterday,
he is leading by example, I salute him .
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Old November 7, 2013, 03:18 PM
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Even Mushfiq's fielding is getting better. Remember the hat-trick?
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Old November 8, 2013, 01:15 PM
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^^ right on coach.
Some here thinks Mushy has a crystal ball and he still disagrees with it's prediction.
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Quite amusing and funny how some people are still on Mushys case!

He is simply the best captain Bangladesh has ever produced so far. Many ODI wins against high ranked teams, Test draws, Asia Cup Final and two Banglawashes all under little Mushy. He is a performing captain, too. Leading from the front. Man management and team cohesion under Mushy is quite unprecedented. He is still a very young captain leading a very young team. Naturally, he will make small mistakes here and there. All part of the learning curve.

I nominate Mushy a lifelong captaincy.
Emotional statements!

Nobody saying here that Mushy is NOT a good captain, rather stating some of the limitations he needs to sort out - SOON, if he wants his team to be at the top!
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Old November 9, 2013, 06:35 AM
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Emotional statements!
Thanks. Will try to be robotic in the future.
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Old November 9, 2013, 06:55 AM
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Thanks. Will try to be robotic in the future.
Brilliant.

I agree with you, albeit a lot less emotionally. Mushy deserves more respect than he gets. Even as a wicketkeeper, he is not as bad as a lot of us make it out to be.

I ascribe this to our emotional and dramatic nature. We tend to make taal from teel very easily.

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Old November 9, 2013, 07:19 AM
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I personally never felt that he is a horrendous captain. Yes I criticized him but you guys make it out as if he is a natural disaster that struck us.

I will not talk about results. Now, just simply consider that we lost all the matches in that period. I would still say that he has not been that poor. Why? Winning or Losing is not a big factor. The most important thing is that in Mushy's era Bangladesh look like a professional cricket team and every match we come out with the intent to win. When NZ posted 307. We were missing 2 key batsman.

Why did we achieve it? Because we have the belief. Mushy has impregnated the team with the spirit to go for it. Even in the T20 match, when we were struggling at 19-3(dont talk about why we were at that place but it was due to poor selection), we still fought till the end. Being 25-3, did anyone of us think that we are going to score a below 100 score again? NO. This team has incredible self belief unlike the ones earlier and thats why I love these boys. And Mushfiq needs to take most of the credit.
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Old November 9, 2013, 12:21 PM
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I personally never felt that he is a horrendous captain. Yes I criticized him but you guys make it out as if he is a natural disaster that struck us.

I will not talk about results. Now, just simply consider that we lost all the matches in that period. I would still say that he has not been that poor. Why? Winning or Losing is not a big factor. The most important thing is that in Mushy's era Bangladesh look like a professional cricket team and every match we come out with the intent to win. When NZ posted 307. We were missing 2 key batsman.

Why did we achieve it? Because we have the belief. Mushy has impregnated the team with the spirit to go for it. Even in the T20 match, when we were struggling at 19-3(dont talk about why we were at that place but it was due to poor selection), we still fought till the end. Being 25-3, did anyone of us think that we are going to score a below 100 score again? NO. This team has incredible self belief unlike the ones earlier and thats why I love these boys. And Mushfiq needs to take most of the credit.

Couldn't resist it...I tried really hard not to post this trust me... But mushy has impregnated the team is the statement of the year...
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Old November 9, 2013, 12:49 PM
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Excellent analysis. He lacks in tactical ability, but excels in everything.

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I personally never felt that he is a horrendous captain. Yes I criticized him but you guys make it out as if he is a natural disaster that struck us.

I will not talk about results. Now, just simply consider that we lost all the matches in that period. I would still say that he has not been that poor. Why? Winning or Losing is not a big factor. The most important thing is that in Mushy's era Bangladesh look like a professional cricket team and every match we come out with the intent to win. When NZ posted 307. We were missing 2 key batsman.

Why did we achieve it? Because we have the belief. Mushy has impregnated the team with the spirit to go for it. Even in the T20 match, when we were struggling at 19-3(dont talk about why we were at that place but it was due to poor selection), we still fought till the end. Being 25-3, did anyone of us think that we are going to score a below 100 score again? NO. This team has incredible self belief unlike the ones earlier and thats why I love these boys. And Mushfiq needs to take most of the credit.
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Old November 9, 2013, 03:30 PM
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MHRAM - wonderful post কিন্তু তুমি একটু অভিধান,সব্দ্কোষ ঘাটাঘাটি কর ভাই। মানে ... impregnating a whole team ...
words you may be thinking of "inculcated", "imparted" or "instilled"
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Old November 9, 2013, 04:06 PM
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Khaise Baby Mushy's new nick.

"Baba Mushy"
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Old November 9, 2013, 05:13 PM
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give up Moharam, u aren't getting Ryad's shalika by spreading such rumors.
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Mushy please no hanky panky in the locker room, sport is serious business and shouldn't be mixed with pleasure.

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Old November 9, 2013, 09:48 PM
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MHRAM - wonderful post কিন্তু তুমি একটু অভিধান,সব্দ্কোষ ঘাটাঘাটি কর ভাই। মানে ... impregnating a whole team ...
words you may be thinking of "inculcated", "imparted" or "instilled"
I did not mean Impregnated literally.

Impregnated used here can perfectly described by instilled as you have mentioned in your post. I have seen it being used several times and I think its correct.
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Old November 9, 2013, 09:50 PM
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give up Moharam, u aren't getting Ryad's shalika by spreading such rumors.


The "impregnated" word?

Doesnt matter, BC-e onek meye ase, . Not just ordinary ones, but cricket loving ones
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Old November 10, 2013, 12:03 AM
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Thanks. Will try to be robotic in the future.
Ha! Ha!! Witty BCF!!!
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Old November 10, 2013, 03:04 AM
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Couldn't resist it...I tried really hard not to post this trust me... But mushy has impregnated the team is the statement of the year...
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...We tend to make taal from teel very easily.
That and this sudden zero to hero and back-to-zero-again mentality must be weeded out from our collective Bongo psyche/soul.

In other words, we must impregnate ourselves with some robust kosher emotional sobriety -no doubt, what our Kalpurush bhai longs for.
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Old November 12, 2013, 02:14 PM
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In other words, we must impregnate ourselves with some robust kosher emotional sobriety -no doubt, what our Kalpurush bhai longs for.
There you go...you know me now!
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That and this sudden zero to hero and back-to-zero-again mentality must be weeded out from our collective Bongo psyche/soul.

In other words, we must impregnate ourselves with some robust kosher emotional sobriety -no doubt, what our Kalpurush bhai longs for.
Impregnate ourselves?
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