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Old April 20, 2008, 10:55 PM
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The press in BD dont seem too interested in these two coaches.
Yes...interestingly no news or article on them...I wonder why...Because they are Srilankans and not Australians?
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Old April 21, 2008, 02:41 AM
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Perhaps. Guys like Carlton Bernardus has done a great job for BD cricket. But you wont get to read/hear much abt them. Well maybe one of our beloved Bangla Cricket reporters/writers can conduct an interview with them in the near future.
In my opinion both these individuals are set to play a very important role for Bangladeshi cricket. Ramanayake takes over a much awaited high priority role in the fast bowling department, whereas Kalpage will play a huge part in our spin bowling development and fielding. I know it hasnt been very long, but still given the importance of these positions and the reputation they bring from SL there should have been some coverage.
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Old April 21, 2008, 10:18 PM
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Kalpage is working as the head coach of the academy. I am assuming Ramanayake is currently working with academy pacers (I hope BCB will send national pacers to work with him soon).
Are they both really in bangladesh? Shahadat and mashrafe needs to go to ramanayake soon.
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Old April 22, 2008, 08:41 AM
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Perhaps. Guys like Carlton Bernardus has done a great job for BD cricket. But you wont get to read/hear much abt them. Well maybe one of our beloved Bangla Cricket reporters/writers can conduct an interview with them in the near future.
In my opinion both these individuals are set to play a very important role for Bangladeshi cricket. Ramanayake takes over a much awaited high priority role in the fast bowling department, whereas Kalpage will play a huge part in our spin bowling development and fielding. I know it hasnt been very long, but still given the importance of these positions and the reputation they bring from SL there should have been some coverage.
Very good obsevation.

I don't know if they are being restricted by BCB to have interviews. That would be unfortunate. Just guessing though.

They must be allowed, if they are not. People must know what they are up to and can assess what they achieved at the end of their term.
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Old June 17, 2008, 05:12 PM
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I was hoping to see Ramanayake would work with our national team pacers, but surprisingly Sarwar Imran has been given the job !!!

None of the foreign coaches is currently involved with the A-team !!!
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Old July 13, 2008, 05:40 PM
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From Lipu's comments in today's Inqilab, it seems Siddons is not interested in bringing Ramanayake in his coaching staff. However, Ramanayake will be given clippings of our pacers to see what's going wrong with them.

http://www.dailyinqilab.com/july14/pdf/sp.pdf
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From Lipu's comments in today's Inqilab, it seems Siddons is not interested in bringing Ramanayake in his coaching staff. However, Ramanayake will be given clippings of our pacers to see what's going wrong with them.

http://www.dailyinqilab.com/july14/pdf/sp.pdf
BCB should act as the coordinator here. They should make sure that Ramanayeke is periodically attached with the national team even if it is against the desire of Jamie Siddons.

Siddons is failing in the bowling department and we need the help of someone like Ramanayeke to improve our performance.
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Old July 13, 2008, 06:30 PM
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although i have been supporting siddons from the begining, he better take and utilize ramanayeke to work on the bowling dipartment before he feels my wrath!

and also the two specialist bowling coaches from SL, they are not guiding the national team bowlers, nor the a-team bowlers, who are they training then? where do they go for work in the morning? what is going on???
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siddon nije ke ki mone koren...ekai eksho....ekjon bowling coach thakte help nite khoti kiserr
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BCB should act as the coordinator here. They should make sure that Ramanayeke is periodically attached with the national team even if it is against the desire of Jamie Siddons.

Siddons is failing in the bowling department and we need the help of someone like Ramanayeke to improve our performance.
Ramnayeke ashle to Siddons ke shei Sarwar Imran er moto Yes sir Yes sir korbe na..

Sarwar Imran to yes sir yes sir type er manush..
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Old July 13, 2008, 11:23 PM
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well i'd be interested in hearing why siddons didn't want him with the national team but if it's because he thinks he can do a better job then he's nuts, he's clearly failing in the bowling department.
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Old July 14, 2008, 12:34 AM
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BCB theke coordination korbe k? jara ase era holo shob kothin guti baz. guti bazi korte kortei din jai. worst BCB admin ever.
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Definitely champa should be used as bowling coach.
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Old July 14, 2008, 02:33 PM
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I have to admit I can't put the blame on Siddons here without knowing both sides of the story (what Inqilab said is only Lipu's side of the story). Currently BCB is showing over enthusiasm about placing local coaches in important positions (in A-team, U-19 team), while showing negligence to hire a game development manager who is responsible to over see those coaches. I am suspicious whether BCB offered Siddons the choice between Sarwar Imran and Champaka Ramanayake. If BCB had the authority to insert a bowling coach in the coaching staff without Siddons asking for one, what prevented them from choosing Ramanayake in place of Imran ?

Siddons fault is probably that he is depending on local coaches too much, and that he is not being able to guide them (because of his lack of experience as a head coach).

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Old July 14, 2008, 03:32 PM
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BCB by hiring local coaches saving money for "future growth" of "BCB fund".
I wonder what Sarwar Imran is teaching them nowadays when 50% of the balls go legside, pacers don't get wicket, and spinners can not spin. Is he getting paid to do this or is this his volunteer type of job.
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Old July 15, 2008, 03:36 AM
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From Lipu's comments in today's Inqilab, it seems Siddons is not interested in bringing Ramanayake in his coaching staff. However, Ramanayake will be given clippings of our pacers to see what's going wrong with them.
There you go.

Ramanayeke might solve the prob and team might start winning. That's the fear ?

When JS will think that if the team wins now, it will be credited to him, only then he will start talking of winning and take all the assistance. He cares least, what happens to BD, he is bothered about making a good reputation for him at the end. [/QUOTE]
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There's always another side to a story. Let's see what explanation Siddons has to offer, if any at all.
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Old July 15, 2008, 09:09 AM
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yes lets see what js say. m expecting something positive..
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He will never explain it; if he does may be he will say, "our bowlers are not of that standard to learn from kalpage/Rmanayeke. Deshis are more than enough. They aren't doing the basics right."

I seriously doubt even if our Imran khan (Bowling Coach) himself knows the basics by international standard.
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I understand deshi coaches can assist him..but what are their qualities comparing to professional intl coaches. Were these coaches successful in their international career or just in dhaka leagues and against associates!
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I understand deshi coaches can assist him..but what are their qualities comparing to professional intl coaches. Were these coaches successful in their international career or just in dhaka leagues and against associates!
Most of them r like from BKSP and have very good basic knowledge but what they lack is different playing conditions... They have no clue where to bowl in england or paki other than book knowledge...

BTW JS never said he doesn't like any bowling coach or anything like that. SOme one said it SEEMS like JS said these and other r jumping on the wagon saying oh JS is BS, he never will do this and that... u guys make me laugh...
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...BTW JS never said he doesn't like any bowling coach or anything like that. SOme one said it SEEMS like JS said these and other r jumping on the wagon saying oh JS is BS, he never will do this and that... u guys make me laugh...
you are right akabir bhai! we shouldn't be jumping the gun so much! i am partially guilty!
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Old July 16, 2008, 12:39 AM
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JS hasn't yet asked for a specialist coach, that's why BCB can't send him. Even after such poor performance of our bowlers, coach doesn't think that they need help, some people have to ask question.

Some people are waiting for JS to stand infront of camera and declare, "I am JS & I am a Big BS" only then they will believe what he is.

Might happen someday as well
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BCB can offer JS for bowling coach. It's a n urgency now.
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