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Old January 6, 2014, 01:24 AM
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Meanwhile Adelaide Strikers fb fanpage virtually became BD page!
And someone even called Shakib the father of Australia

Embarrassing posts aside, at least the strikers will know about Shakib's fan base.
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Old January 6, 2014, 01:43 AM
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Old January 6, 2014, 02:03 AM
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Commentators were just stupid. I think that was Taylor, wasn't it? What a moron.
No offense, but if you're sitting in that bloody com box, you should at least know a guy who had topped both ODI, Test All rounder rankings, have 100 test wickets, and captained an international side of a full member test nation.
That is what happens when we are not given any opportunity to tour. When was the last time we toured Australia? It was ages ago in an unknown venue.. I remember one commentator said the Aussies could win the test match in 2 days before we even arrived.
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Old January 6, 2014, 02:21 AM
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Sakib always find him self better in international matches.... But some reason he is not the same person when bd leauge going on.... Well who cares, deliver the most when bd need u in inernational matches.... That will be enough for bangladesh cricket. Go sakib keep going...
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Old January 6, 2014, 03:28 AM
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In fairness you could see the Sixers hadn't done any homework on him. He should expect tougher batting prospects in the next match.
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^^Brett Lee is his IPL team mate. Shakib is in form and most will find it difficult to bowl to him. He is that kind of a strokemaker when on song most bowlers -pacers or spinners- will disappear.

Hope his good form continues for good many months
Not only Brett Lee, the Sydney Sixers' head coach Trevor Bayliss is also the coach of KKR in IPL who knows and rates Shakib really well, so it's hard to assume they haven't done any homework on him!
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Old January 6, 2014, 04:51 AM
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That is what happens when we are not given any opportunity to tour. When was the last time we toured Australia? It was ages ago in an unknown venue.. I remember one commentator said the Aussies could win the test match in 2 days before we even arrived.
one day

the guy is dead now, god rest his soul
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Old January 6, 2014, 08:03 AM
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2 days 3 interviews, Sak is already famous

Sak needs to use his brain more while batting in T20, he tries to hit every ball for six, he is a proper batsman, hope to see him playing more proper shots, no need to be so adventurous .
He was lucky quite a few times yesterday.
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Old January 6, 2014, 10:49 AM
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The dumb reporters made me realize that Bangladeshi reporters are so much more knowledgeable than them. They asked how Shakib felt to play with star crickets in IPL when he himself is a star cricketer in other parts of the world. Never asked one question about him being the no 1 all rounder in the world or how was his experience playing in county cricket.
Shakib should have grabbed the reporter's collar and say you are lucky i am smiling with you guys. Back in my country, I answer reporters with a straight face and threaten their editors when they publish my wedding pic. When RAB can't enter Ershad's house, I go inside, take his suicidal pistol away, and invite him to my wedding. SRK chases me and tries to hug me after every KKR win. People have SRK's poster in their rooms, your wife has his picture as iPhone wallpaper AND SRK has my poster in his office. Kallis, oh Kallis, the player you consider greatest AR of all time. I have been ranked higher than him in all charts for years.

I am the only player to have played in IPL, CPL, Friendslife T20, turned down and SLPL and now BBL. None of the 22 players that will play tomorrow have played in all these leagues. I was the captain of a full ICC member and led them in world cup. I am why millions of kids in Bangladesh uses lifebuoy after bathroom. I am so famous that I woo girls in a country where no one knows about cricket, deep in the cheese-head football nation of Wisconsin.

And you ask me, how do it feel to play with superstars? Well I ask you now, how does it feel to interview a superstar?

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Old January 6, 2014, 11:28 AM
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Shakib should have grabbed the reporter's collar and say you are lucky i am smiling with you guys. Back in my country, I answer reporters with a straight face and threaten their editors when they publish my wedding pic. When RAB can't enter Ershad's house, I go inside, take his suicidal pistol away, and invite him to my wedding. SRK chases me and tries to hug me after every KKR win. Kallis, oh Kallis, the player you consider greatest AR of all time. I have been ranked higher than him in all charts for years. And you ask me, how do it feel to play with superstars? Well I ask you now, how does it feel to interview a superstar?
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Old January 6, 2014, 11:53 AM
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Shakib should have grabbed the reporter's collar and say you are lucky i am smiling with you guys. Back in my country, I answer reporters with a straight face and threaten their editors when they publish my wedding pic. When RAB can't enter Ershad's house, I go inside, take his suicidal pistol away, and invite him to my wedding. SRK chases me and tries to hug me after every KKR win. Kallis, oh Kallis, the player you consider greatest AR of all time. I have been ranked higher than him in all charts for years. And you ask me, how do it feel to play with superstars? Well I ask you now, how does it feel to interview a superstar?
Bah Bah! Shakib er buddi jodi apnar moto hoto taile etodin polata aro egiye jeto...
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Old January 6, 2014, 12:11 PM
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Shakib should have grabbed the reporter's collar and say you are lucky i am smiling with you guys. Back in my country, I answer reporters with a straight face and threaten their editors when they publish my wedding pic. When RAB can't enter Ershad's house, I go inside, take his suicidal pistol away, and invite him to my wedding. SRK chases me and tries to hug me after every KKR win. Kallis, oh Kallis, the player you consider greatest AR of all time. I have been ranked higher than him in all charts for years. And you ask me, how do it feel to play with superstars? Well I ask you now, how does it feel to interview a superstar?
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Old January 6, 2014, 12:17 PM
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Old January 6, 2014, 01:30 PM
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Mufi miya ajkaal medication e asey, kothin shob high thought marey jobbor post
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Old January 6, 2014, 03:06 PM
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Strikers next game is vs Melbourne Stars.

Very strong team and have some well known T20 specialist: C. White, B. Hodge, D. Hussey, Maxwell, J. Faulkner, Malinga, J. bird, C. McKay, Wade and L. Wright.


Shak needs to do well and be top of his game with both bat and bowl against this team in order to get more attention from Aus media and commis.
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Old January 6, 2014, 03:09 PM
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Old January 6, 2014, 04:40 PM
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And someone even called Shakib the father of Australia
What the..?
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Old January 6, 2014, 05:45 PM
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Really happy how he performed right away! Such a class act! Amader Shakib. Amader chele!
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Old January 7, 2014, 03:18 AM
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Shakib should have grabbed the reporter's collar and say you are lucky i am smiling with you guys. Back in my country, I answer reporters with a straight face and threaten their editors when they publish my wedding pic. When RAB can't enter Ershad's house, I go inside, take his suicidal pistol away, and invite him to my wedding. SRK chases me and tries to hug me after every KKR win. People have SRK's poster in their rooms, your wife has his picture as iPhone wallpaper AND SRK has my poster in his office. Kallis, oh Kallis, the player you consider greatest AR of all time. I have been ranked higher than him in all charts for years.

I am the only player to have played in IPL, CPL, Friendslife T20, turned down and SLPL and now BBL. None of the 22 players that will play tomorrow have played in all these leagues. I was the captain of a full ICC member and led them in world cup. I am why millions of kids in Bangladesh uses lifebuoy after bathroom. I am so famous that I woo girls in a country where no one knows about cricket, deep in the cheese-head football nation of Wisconsin.

And you ask me, how do it feel to play with superstars? Well I ask you now, how does it feel to interview a superstar?

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Lol, it made my day. I am glad this was in response to my reply. He could also have told that" KKR prefers to play me in most of the matches when Australia's national team bowler James Pattinson doesnt get a single game all season and Brett Lee gets 2-3".
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Old January 7, 2014, 05:08 AM
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Strikers next game is vs Melbourne Stars.

Very strong team and have some well known T20 specialist: C. White, B. Hodge, D. Hussey, Maxwell, J. Faulkner, Malinga, J. bird, C. McKay, Wade and L. Wright.


Shak needs to do well and be top of his game with both bat and bowl against this team in order to get more attention from Aus media and commis.
Shakib
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these are the only quality players in the Strikers side, amongst which only Shakib and hughes have plenty of experience. Shakib needs to score a century and a fif-er
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Old January 7, 2014, 11:50 AM
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In T20, Shakib plays too many high risk shots. In the first game too, he played few scoops and blind slogs. Even though he is almost always successful but there is also the feeling that he can get out in the next ball. He is a proper batsmen and can score with a high SR with low risks shot too. Mushy is a good example of that. Riyad is the other extreme who even blocks full tosses.
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Mushy is a good example of that. Riyad is the other extreme who even blocks full tosses.
Mufi, you are funny bro!
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In an article on celebrated cricket players retiring in batches, Rob Steen mentions both Shakib and Gazi! "Who, furthermore, is to say with any vestige of certainty that the following XI will not bid adieu in a similarly emotional and adulatory rush between 2020 and 2023 - Cook, Amla, Clarke, Taylor, Bell, De Villiers (wk), Shakib, Ashwin, Philander, Broad and Morkel? Or that they won't be emulated, if not eclipsed, come the end of the 2020s by one numbering Dhawan, Pujara, Kohli, Rahane, Stokes, Williamson, Dominic Hendricks (wk), Gazi, Boult, Junaid and Chathura Peiris? Among the chief assets of spectator sport, after all, is its capacity for renewal and regeneration. Then again, quite why we should expect anything less of those steeped in the art of competition is utterly beyond me."

(Fingers crossed that Shakib has the form, fitness and desire to last beyond 2023!)
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Old January 8, 2014, 04:50 AM
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In an article on celebrated cricket players retiring in batches, Rob Steen mentions both Shakib and Gazi! "Who, furthermore, is to say with any vestige of certainty that the following XI will not bid adieu in a similarly emotional and adulatory rush between 2020 and 2023 - Cook, Amla, Clarke, Taylor, Bell, De Villiers (wk), Shakib, Ashwin, Philander, Broad and Morkel? Or that they won't be emulated, if not eclipsed, come the end of the 2020s by one numbering Dhawan, Pujara, Kohli, Rahane, Stokes, Williamson, Dominic Hendricks (wk), Gazi, Boult, Junaid and Chathura Peiris? Among the chief assets of spectator sport, after all, is its capacity for renewal and regeneration. Then again, quite why we should expect anything less of those steeped in the art of competition is utterly beyond me."

(Fingers crossed that Shakib has the form, fitness and desire to last beyond 2023!)
in 2023 shakib's age will be 36..his real age might be 38, i dont think he'll last that long..with our eating habits he'll do good to last 33
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Old January 8, 2014, 05:35 AM
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[Shakib played age-level cricket in the 2000s; I don't think he'd be able to get away with faking his age for so long?] Yeah, the sad reality is that his body would probably cave in when he reaches his 30s. BUT, to be honest, if he lets his food habits diminish his sporting performances, then it will mean that the desire to be the best was gone.

More from the Rob Steen article:

"...there are still three plausible candidates to couple 5000 Test runs with 500 wickets - Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, and Shakib Al-Hasan. That all are spinners is assuredly no coincidence: such are the demands on body and soul, it is becoming increasingly difficult to envisage their faster brethren undertaking as prolonged a quest for that particular grail as Kallis, let alone Botham, Imran, Kapil and Pollock.

Unfortunately - for us as well as him - the most compelling member of that aforementioned triumvirate has the disadvantage of representing Bangladesh. After all, since debuting in 2007, Shakib, the 25th man to harvest 2000 runs and 100 wickets at the highest level, has averaged fewer than five Tests per annum.

It is a measure of his potential, nonetheless, that only five others have achieved such a double while averaging 35-plus with the bat and less with the ball: This, though, is where we separate men from boys. However impressive you may find the differentials for Tony Greig (8.23), Keith Miller (+14) and Imran Khan (14.88), they pale next to those brandished by Kallis (22.71) and Sobers (23.74). But while South Africa could well have been a force without Kallis and West Indies without Sobers, the burden Shakib will have to bear for the next decade promises to be of largely Sisyphean proportions."
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Old January 8, 2014, 09:43 AM
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Despite all the rigorous testing I think age-tampering is still rampant in Bangladesh cricket. Although, I think Shakib might be one of the few who's real age and official age are the same. Mushfiq, on the other hand, can't be only 25 when he was Shakib's (26) senior at BKSP and is addressed as 'bhai' by Shakib. Likewise, Naeem Islam must be older than 27 as he was way senior to both Shakib and Mushfiq at BKSP. And no way in hell do I buy that Tamim is only 24. A few days ago, Richard McInness tweeted that he thinks Mossaddek Hossain might actually be 19 instead of his reported age of 17 so clearly age-tampering is still prevalent to this day in our cricket.
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