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Old November 3, 2017, 09:09 AM
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another gadha in the making, we need a speaking coach for them
I didn't find anything wrong with what he said or how he said it. Even good bowlers like Stuart Broad gets hit for 6 sixes in T20 format.

I think overall, Saifuddin bowled quite well. Part of the reason why he got hit for 5 sixes in a row is because he was targeting and trying the yorker length balls but it came too full and too straight most of the time so miller was able to take advantage of it.

We should persist with him in both ODI and T20s. His bowling needs a lot of work but i think there is room for improvement as long as he sticks to basics and he is hungry/eager to learn and improve.
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Old November 3, 2017, 09:16 AM
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I didn't find anything wrong with what he said or how he said it. Even good bowlers like Stuart Broad gets hit for 6 sixes in T20 format.

I think overall, Saifuddin bowled quite well. Part of the reason why he got hit for 5 sixes in a row is because he was targeting and trying the yorker length balls but it came too full and too straight most of the time so miller was able to take advantage of it.

We should persist with him in both ODI and T20s. His bowling needs a lot of work but i think there is room for improvement as long as he sticks to basics and he is hungry/eager to learn and improve.
bhalo khelleo bhule jai kharap khelleo bhule jai what sort of idiotic response is that?
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Old November 3, 2017, 09:40 AM
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Wrong place, wrong time. Miller was having that kind of a day, and a young, inexperienced bowler was exactly what he needed.

But he looked good this tour. Sensible with the bat, pretty clear he can tonk the ball. Bowling-too he showed he has quite a few in his armory, good yorkers, back of the hand slower delivery.

BPL would be a nice opportunity for him to prove his mettle.
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Old November 7, 2017, 08:43 AM
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Good continuation of performance.

He is our new "asha bhorosha" and our upcoming bowling all-rounder after a long long time.
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Old November 7, 2017, 09:21 AM
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Good continuation of performance.

He is our new "asha bhorosha" and our upcoming bowling all-rounder after a long long time.
Not with just over 100k bowling speed and getting wickets.
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Old November 7, 2017, 09:36 AM
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Not with just over 100k bowling speed and getting wickets.
He will never be your opening FB. But what he will be is what BCB/coaches hoped SS would be at the beginning of SS's career. Bowling wise SS has no prospect, but Saifuddin can be your effective 4th/5th bowler and 2nd/3rd FB in the team along with his batting skill.
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Old November 7, 2017, 11:25 AM
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Nurture him
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Old November 7, 2017, 04:41 PM
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He's a very good short form prospect with his bowling variations and his ability to play various roles as a batsman. He gets a lot of batsmen out bowled or lbw so he's obviously pretty good at out smarting batsmen (doesn't have the pace yet to beat them too often for pace).

Real shame streak isn't still around the team.
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Old November 7, 2017, 08:40 PM
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5 sokkar protidan bpl e.... atleast this guy has some shame ... played bad in last match, waited for the opportunity to come back next match ...this Saifuddin nati will go far... mark my word. People learn from their mistakes who wants to belong to the frame and stays hungry for success.
Banglar rest need to fire up .... Sabbir day dreaming is over now days due to fall of mala mal weekly. (Fined and no nari , no honey from Bcb, and no Oscar, no Layla makes him miserable)
Somaya still sleeping , yet to find him self ...
Tamim still waiting for his Chittagong express mood,
Sakib to jai jai din type of performance
Musfiq is a gone case in t20 format
Riad lost his childhood in 2017
Mustafiz cutter , mustafiz amar kochu.... that’s what he’s offering now days..
Taskin became man after happily married, so no disturb sign in this bpl.
Nasir enjoying his firing career from haturi, tuk tak performance here there..
Mehedi maruf eats 7 times a day ...after all 5 star hotel living going on...(thake ba na thake)
And mashrafe thinking about retiring with papon post ...
this is our bpl 2017 schedule for our National team.
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Old November 8, 2017, 07:41 AM
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Also he’s performance outside of cricket will be very important.... hope he becomes someone bd is looking for ...
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Old November 8, 2017, 09:07 PM
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Also he’s performance outside of cricket will be very important.... hope he becomes someone bd is looking for ...
Yes he needs to stay focused on cricket. if nasir hadn't fallen folly to stardom then he may well have become a centre stage player of the national team instead he's been in and out of the team and struggling to even get into the squad and it's mucked up his game,
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Old November 8, 2017, 11:26 PM
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Yes he needs to stay focused on cricket. if nasir hadn't fallen folly to stardom then he may well have become a centre stage player of the national team instead he's been in and out of the team and struggling to even get into the squad and it's mucked up his game,
Nasir Hossain decline is a huge loss to Bangladesh cricket.
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He is a scorpio, so is Kohli. Just saying. Have we got a hard fighter with attitude to always do well, keep working hard and bettering his game and not get over complacent after some success, in side now?

Hope so. Boy has impressed me.
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Old November 9, 2017, 11:55 AM
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He is a scorpio, so is Kohli. Just saying. Have we got a hard fighter with attitude to always do well, keep working hard and bettering his game and not get over complacent after some success, in side now?

Hope so. Boy has impressed me.
what does his horoscope sign has to do with performance? ajeira superstition.
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Old November 9, 2017, 05:11 PM
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what does his horoscope sign has to do with performance? ajeira superstition.
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