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Old January 23, 2016, 12:53 PM
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I have said it before and I will say it again, having a diet of pulse and white rice will not help us.

The diet should shift to more eggs, red meat(goru), brown rice, granula bars
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Old January 23, 2016, 12:57 PM
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There are many reasons why we have never been successful in T20s

1) Malnourishment
seriously?? now you are saying rice and pulse is the problem? these players have professional trainers and physios and so they have strict diet regimen. just because the rest of the country eats rice 3 times a day doesn't mean these players do as well. look at nasir's abs or shabbir's arms. not a shred of fat.
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Old January 23, 2016, 01:17 PM
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seriously?? now you are saying rice and pulse is the problem? these players have professional trainers and physios and so they have strict diet regimen. just because the rest of the country eats rice 3 times a day doesn't mean these players do as well. look at nasir's abs or shabbir's arms. not a shred of fat.
this.
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Old January 23, 2016, 01:50 PM
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I have said it before and I will say it again, having a diet of pulse and white rice will not help us.

The diet should shift to more eggs, red meat(goru), brown rice, granula bars
Harsha Bhogle wrote an article a few days ago indicating the same. On a very flat pitch, with bigger boundaries this one true. But food alone can't build your physique. A part of it is genetic.
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Old January 23, 2016, 01:59 PM
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Our cricketers should follow bollywood heroes, that way we will have a team full of six packed, strong biceped metrosexual players.
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Speaking of bollywood....


They should watch the movie Lagaan
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Old January 23, 2016, 02:48 PM
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Speaking of bollywood....


They should watch the movie Lagaan
Lagaan is for China or Nepal.
Our players are not that novice
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Old January 23, 2016, 03:27 PM
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Lagaan is for China or Nepal.
Our players are not that novice
They can't beat a demoralized Zimbabwe team, to win the damn series.

Afghans have something to brag about.

In T20Is, they are definitely novice...Shakib not
Firing is an excuse...

After consideration, Nepal might be closely related to the Lagaan story.

China, not an chance
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Old January 23, 2016, 05:17 PM
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seriously?? now you are saying rice and pulse is the problem? these players have professional trainers and physios and so they have strict diet regimen. just because the rest of the country eats rice 3 times a day doesn't mean these players do as well. look at nasir's abs or shabbir's arms. not a shred of fat.
when they are in training camp I am sure our players follow the team diet, but I am also sure when they are at home(which is at least 200 days a year) they eat bhaat gola porjonto like the rest of the country
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Old February 24, 2016, 11:45 AM
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How about, we actually pick players who are good for T20s? Anamul, M.H. Rubel, Shamsur, Abu Haider Rony, Taijul are some players we need to pick in our squad instead of the Taskins, Imruls, Sunnies.

Also, notice how our fielding unit is filled with liabilities like Mustafiz, Taskin, Al-Amin, Mushfiq(if he doesn't keep). Riad, Shakib aren't great either. Nasir Shabbir Soumya are blessing.

And yes, our tail doesn't contribute anymore. This is where someone like Shafiul can make a big difference because he is a far batter fielder and can bat, bowling is mediocre though. Heck Rubel too was a very good fielder.

I won't blame Mashrafe. He is doing fine. But its upto the team management to select proper cricketers and for the players to work on their ability. I think our players need to spend more time in the gym. Look at the muscles of Sabbir and Soumya. The others don't have the same muscle power, not even close.
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Old February 24, 2016, 11:53 AM
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seriously?? now you are saying rice and pulse is the problem? these players have professional trainers and physios and so they have strict diet regimen. just because the rest of the country eats rice 3 times a day doesn't mean these players do as well. look at nasir's abs or shabbir's arms. not a shred of fat.
Didn't Shakib get a lot of flak some years ago for saying that they needed more orange juice growing up? :p
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Old February 24, 2016, 02:22 PM
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As long as we don't find/produce proper T20 batters we will have to keep witnessing such humiliations.
Sabbir & Tamim are our only T20 batsmen, although Tamim needs to perform in T20Is like he is doing in BPL & PSL.
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Old February 24, 2016, 03:13 PM
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For a start, get rid of this over rated, over hyped wannabe of a T20 captain Mortaza. This guy is rubbish. Poor with the bowl and a bloody traffic cone with the bat.

BD seem to love him cos he has shown so much hunger and passion bla bla after making a come back with multiple injuries. The truth is the guy is in the team cos of his popularity he gained last year.

A front line opening bowler who is scared to bowl at the death is a SISSY, not a frickin national hero.

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Lagaan is for China or Nepal.
Our players are not that novice
This match maybe will rethink your assertion twice.
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Old February 24, 2016, 06:52 PM
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Batsmen need to grow a pair of balls
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Old February 24, 2016, 08:24 PM
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1. You need to get out of this mindset that t20 is picnic cricket. I believe it is the hardest form of the game. Batsman dont hv the luxury of settling down. Need to understand the situation and what is required.

2. Batsman who can find gaps and hit boundaries as well as rotate strike.

3. I think bowling wise we are okay.

4. As to the first point, put your resources in improving t20 games. Find and groom batsman about the art of this version. T20 is a hard format, need to respect it more.
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