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Old July 12, 2019, 02:17 PM
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Angry Why does every coach run away ?

Haturu left during SA tour
Jurgensesn cited family reasons
Stuart Law cited family reasons
Pybus also cited family reasons and fled
Dav Whatmore was irked by BCB and decided to do job-hunting while still being our coach


What is going on here ? Strong corruption in BCB? Syndicate of senior players not listening to coaches and doing matbori like Union reps ?
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Old July 12, 2019, 04:45 PM
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There is some common reason, like not happy with the boss i.e. BCB.

But there is also some individual issues they are kind of unique.

For non Asian coach, family issue may be genuine for some, an excuse for other after they realize they made a mistake.
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Old July 12, 2019, 05:41 PM
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I do not expect any serious coach to coach us because there is too much interference. Coach needs freedom and that is unlikely to happen with BCB.
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Old July 12, 2019, 06:50 PM
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Shingara, this is an amazing thread. Made me think. I think it's the pollution in Dhaka. Both air and noise pollution. Always ranks top 2 in world's most unlivable cities. Dhaka and Harare take turns being no. 1.

I don't think it's cricket related.
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Old July 12, 2019, 07:50 PM
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Shingara, this is an amazing thread. Made me think. I think it's the pollution in Dhaka. Both air and noise pollution. Always ranks top 2 in world's most unlivable cities. Dhaka and Harare take turns being no. 1.

I don't think it's cricket related.
What do you know about Dhaka? If you are living with Cricketer or coach salary I would say its pretty damn good place to live.

Have you ever seen how apartments and houses are constructed in Bangladesh especially in high end metro area? I am willing to bet it is 100x better than your wooden house in the west.
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Old July 12, 2019, 08:02 PM
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Shingara, this is an amazing thread. Made me think. I think it's the pollution in Dhaka. Both air and noise pollution. Always ranks top 2 in world's most unlivable cities. Dhaka and Harare take turns being no. 1.

I don't think it's cricket related.

Definitely not, some number in a newspaper or website does not determine how good it is to live in a city.

Coaches coming and going is more down to cricket related reasons and also family who they leave behind in home country, many of them stay away on holiday during no series period and then they have away tours as well. And some move on for better job offers.
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Old July 12, 2019, 09:25 PM
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Definitely not, some number in a newspaper or website does not determine how good it is to live in a city.

Coaches coming and going is more down to cricket related reasons and also family who they leave behind in home country, many of them stay away on holiday during no series period and then they have away tours as well. And some move on for better job offers.
I don't believe our last 3 coaches including Rhodes got more money for going away. If they did, I would agree with you.

Where you work matters. Dhaka has culture and is charming, but is mosh pit of toxicity. People want to ply their trade in livable cities.
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Old July 12, 2019, 09:56 PM
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I don't believe our last 3 coaches including Rhodes got more money for going away. If they did, I would agree with you.

Where you work matters. Dhaka has culture and is charming, but is mosh pit of toxicity. People want to ply their trade in livable cities.
Bro any cities that doesn’t have any security concerns will be a decent place to live. You wont get highways like in the USA for example, but if you are rich in say Gulshan you will be just fine. Its really not as bad as you are claiming it to be.

Also, if you are looking for a place to travel Cox Bazar would definitely give you good bang for the buck.

However, the trick is you really gotta be rich. Do you think Shakib’s wife want to work that 9-5 job in the USA? She can live like a queen in Dhaka lol.
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Old July 12, 2019, 10:10 PM
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Bro any cities that doesn’t have any security concerns will be a decent place to live. You wont get highways like in the USA for example, but if you are rich in say Gulshan you will be just fine. Its really not as bad as you are claiming it to be.

Also, if you are looking for a place to travel Cox Bazar would definitely give you good bang for the buck.

However, the trick is you really gotta be rich. Do you think Shakib’s wife want to work that 9-5 job in the USA? She can live like a queen in Dhaka lol.
May be for grownups, but to provide best for your kids, you may not want to stick along if you have opportunity to do better.
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Old July 13, 2019, 12:57 AM
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Well in recent times too much interference from Papoinna has to be one of the main causes.

Papoinna overrides coaches tactics and does his own team selection prior to the match by arranging midnight hotel room meetings with senior players.

He lets out dressing room secrets/tactics openly to the media in hastily arranged media briefings in his building car park.

Papoinna also receives 'strategic political' instructions from Hasina Apa about team selection. As a manager you know Mashrafee should not be anywhere near a cricket field but you see his name first on the roster and you can do feck all about it.

Which self respecting manager/coach would work under such a boss?
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Old July 13, 2019, 08:39 AM
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Well in recent times too much interference from Papoinna has to be one of the main causes.

Papoinna overrides coaches tactics and does his own team selection prior to the match by arranging midnight hotel room meetings with senior players.

He lets out dressing room secrets/tactics openly to the media in hastily arranged media briefings in his building car park.

Papoinna also receives 'strategic political' instructions from Hasina Apa about team selection. As a manager you know Mashrafee should not be anywhere near a cricket field but you see his name first on the roster and you can do feck all about it.
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Which self respecting manager/coach would work under such a boss?
Disagree. See the list of coaches we had. With the exception of Mohsin Khan and Sujon... all of them are self respecting yet they worked.
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