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View Poll Results: Is $20,000.00 too much?
Yes 13 22.81%
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Old October 30, 2007, 03:31 PM
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He deserves a good salary. Aussie coaches are really high class professionals. Dav Whatmore proved it. They won't sit on a salary and enjoy life. I think it's almost like here in the US. They don't sit and enjoy the salary. They work for it. If you do, soon RIP will be written on your forehead. Stop, this nagging again and again.
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Old October 30, 2007, 03:34 PM
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Does that means we. the fans, can expect atleast 4 wins in next world cup? Anything less will be considered a failed investment? (Assuming Siddon is getting twice the salary than Dav)
Bangladesh won 3 matches in WC2007 (against India,Bermuda,South Africa)....so BD needs to win 6 matches in next WC according to your assumption to be considered as a good investmen
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Old October 30, 2007, 03:58 PM
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Inqilab today said his salary is $ 225K/year (bit high, but still ok). They also provided salary for previous foreign coaches, information they claimed is acquired from BCB's audit reports.

Mohinder Amar - TK 100K/month
Gordon Greenidge - $5K/month
Eddie Barlow - $6.5K/month
Trevor Chappell - $4.5K/month
Mohsin Kamal & Ali Zia - $4.5K/month
Dav Whatmore - $8K/month (first two years) & $10K/month (last two years)
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Old October 30, 2007, 04:29 PM
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I think we are missing a point here.
I dont think anyone is really questioning the price tag of Jamie Siddons.

All i could see is Blazinmaruf "raised" a question, he didnt even complain.
A question that has a validity to be raised and i think we all came to conclusion that the price was worth paying.

We all are saying the same thing, but in a different words.
Thank you for catching the point. I wasn't saying he is paid too much as many of us are directly picking on me.

Secondly, guys that are complaining and saying what Yankee coach and Indian coaches are getting, I just wanna say, We are not talking about India or USA, or in a matter effect England (where doctors are paid as much), we are simply talking about Bangladesh.

Also, gentleman who compared me with his dad, I wanna say, I am honored, but the difference is.. your dad is comparing dollar into tk... and we are paying Siddons tk converted to dollars... a big difference!!!
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Old October 30, 2007, 04:38 PM
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Whats worrying me is he asking for a batting coach. but why????

http://www.dailyinqilab.com/october31/pdf/sp.pdf
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Old October 30, 2007, 04:46 PM
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B-maruf,
After all said and done in an international market this taka-dollar relationship goes out the window if you want to bag a quality coach. You are no longer competiting in BD market (local coaches). better offer will bag these quality coach in a heartbeat. Business decision at best. Looking at the bottom line.

For those who are bringing in other sports coaches and players are making an argument in a wrong way. They must make the argument as in sports often the better quality coaches get better paid in the industry. Not relate to BD cricket coaching. For the yankee organization, lol, highest payroll team (best coach + best players) has nothing to show for most of the time. We do not want to be like that. We can't be like that actually.
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Whats worrying me is he asking for a batting coach. but why????
My guess - as a specialized batting coach, Siddons has not worked with more than 3-4 batsmen at a time. Now he not only has to work on batting of 15 players, but also has to oversee the whole training program. He is probably feeling little overwhelmed and wants some additional help.

He is taking Shaun Williams as an assistant coach in NZ tour, which I think is a good thing, Williams should make Siddons' transition period with Bangladesh team smoother.
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Whats worrying me is he asking for a batting coach. but why????

http://www.dailyinqilab.com/october31/pdf/sp.pdf
Interesting ...I thought he is batting coach himself..but we need more sources whether he said that.

Agree with Mr. T.E and others that no point of comparing with other sports and organization. We already made the decision now we have to see whether players can improve their standards. It also depend lot on individual players too.
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Whats worrying me is he asking for a batting coach. but why????

http://www.dailyinqilab.com/october31/pdf/sp.pdf
Why would this worry? To improve leaps and bounds in a short time two heads are better than one. four pair of eyes can help identify evaluate players shortcoming better than two pairs. If you want an Australian type of settings, if you want to be the number one or atleast compete with the #1 day in day out, you have to have multiple coaches helping the professional players.

All American Football teams (Pro and ameture) have head coaches with offensive Co-ordinators and defensive co-ordinators. Even if the head coach is labeled as defensive coach or a offensive coach. I see nothing wrong.
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For those who are bringing in other sports coaches and players are making an argument in a wrong way. They must make the argument as in sports often the better quality coaches get better paid in the industry. Not relate to BD cricket coaching. For the yankee organization, lol, highest payroll team (best coach + best players) has nothing to show for most of the time. We do not want to be like that. We can't be like that actually.
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Why would this worry? To improve leaps and bounds in a short time two heads are better than one. four pair of eyes can help identify evaluate players shortcoming better than two pairs.
I understand, but don't you think hiring someone like Wasim Akram, (who showed his interest long ago) will help build Mashrafe, Shahadat into a genuine match winner? I mean if he himself is a batting coach then then I think we should cover the whole area... Salauddin can take care of fielding, but in my humble opinion, we do need WA kind of bowling coach... before we even think of "another" batting coach.
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How about this idea

Top order batting coach : Siddons (most of our top order batsmen have technical deficiencies and need the best coach we can provide)

Middle order batting coach : McInnes (most of our middle order batsmen are technically sound, but need regular betroghat to make them perform more regularly)

Late order batting coach : Owen Matua
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How about this idea

Top order batting coach : Siddons (most of our top order batsmen have technical deficiencies and need the best coach we can provide)

Middle order batting coach : McInnes (most of our middle order batsmen are technically sound, but need regular betroghat to make them perform more regularly)

Late order batting coach : Owen Matua

YEAH... then our batsman will score 600 runs in 50 overs and then we don't need to bowl... oi parar hatim... ar kodom ali ball korlei hoibo...

(but wait.. the way ODI is going.. is 600 runs safe?)
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Just a little note:

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Whats worrying me is he asking for a batting coach. but why????

http://www.dailyinqilab.com/october31/pdf/sp.pdf
Nice read, but another story caught my. Scroll down all the way - do you see it? the ghoust of Pilot is still haunting our media and management. It would be interesting to see what's Sid's take on that.
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Nice read, but another story caught my. Scroll down all the way - do you see it? the ghoust of Pilot is still haunting our media and management. It would be interesting to see what's Sid's take on that.
Lol.... yeah... but the way Mushy is performing.. I wouldn't be surprised if he is back in the national team. (at least test side.)
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Top class or world class coach! time will say how he copes with team and environment like bangladesh then we can discuss about monetry value of JS. But wishing him good luck.

IS it just about time???
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i thought it was $200,000? i dont know it seems pretty ok. plus whats up with the $20,000x58? isnt the current rate 70?
yes, the correct rate is 70.
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Maybe another month would do the trick
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aie $20,000 e ki vacation er plane ticket included naki??
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I'm not sure if $20,000.00 is too much.
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If people with an university degree and a few years of experience can get something like 100k then why are we complaining abt a person who is in the sports industry getting just double of that.....he would have got that 200k just in 2 months had he became a coach of an ipl team
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