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Old July 9, 2007, 04:55 PM
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Some of rumored names for committee (from Jugantor):

Tanveer Majhar Tanna
Mahboob Anam (Present GC)
Raisuddin Ahmed
Khondoker Jamiluddin
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Old July 9, 2007, 10:15 PM
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I hope the reshuffling is done before the interviews for the next Bangladesh coach!!!
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Old July 9, 2007, 11:08 PM
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Can't wait. I have had enough of these fools. Permanent decentralization is the best thing that can happen to the domestic cricket. We would need more curators, specialized coaches, organizers at the local level. This is our time to get a leg up and catch up the elite countries. Can we start our domestic cricket in October instead of November this year?
It is hard to modify bereaucratic stalwart in BD. The door is opening slowly and hopefully we will have a strong team of back door officials within the process.
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Old July 10, 2007, 02:33 AM
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From The Daily Star, link: http://www.thedailystar.net/2007/07/10/d70710040341.htm

"New BCB by next week?
Mohammad Islam

The impending change in Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB), as promised by Sports Adviser Tapan Chowdhury, will come into effect once the 'would-be' new board boss arrives in the capital next week.

It is now more than just a rumour that Chowdhury will restructure the cricket board and it will take a real shape once the new figurehead, whose identity is yet to be confirmed, is made official by the government.

"It is no magic figure, but the number of members would be between 9 to 13. I have asked him to keep it to around 10, as it is with ICC or ACC but it is up to him," said former BCB general secretary Syed Ashraful Huq, who was sought for advice regarding these changes by Chowdhury.

Huq however expressed his ignorance about who would be the new BCB chief.

The internationally acclaimed cricket organiser, who is now the CEO of the Asian Cricket Council (ACC), came to Dhaka a few days back and had a useful meeting with the country's sports boss.

"We only talked about cricket. I told him about my ideas and how I see the board evolving into a more professional and a lot more accountable body. There should be people who will not be holding honorary posts rather there should be people who will be paid for their job. That is what we basically talked about," said Huq, who spoke at his residence.

He touched on most of the issues that he discussed with Chowdhury, who prefers around 12 to 13 members on the new committee.

"I did not discuss any names with him but whoever they are, must have cricketing background, both internationally as well as in the domestic front.

"I gave him my views on how it should be structured, to be more specific. It should be structured

like it is in a big cricket organisation so that we can compete with them in that regard too," said the man who is regarded as the most known Bangladeshi face in world cricket since the 1980s.

But the names that are swirling in the closely-knit cricket circle of Dhaka suggest a few names that are definite causes for concern.

According to Huq, the board should have a business plan, run by full professionals with an executive board, but he emphasised that cricket should be decentralised, that is, the board should have people not only based in Dhaka but also from Chittagong, Khulna, Rajshahi, Barisal and Sylhet.

Huq slammed the current regime as one that has failed in maintaining a domestic cricket circle.

"In the next few years, BCB will receive an astronomical amount of money from the ICC so it would not be wise for someone with an honorary post to handle that much because that person would not have any accountability. A general secretary cannot exist when there is a CEO. But here, the CEO should be someone with some cricketing knowledge because he represents Bangladesh in the important ICC meetings. But for that matter, if you keep both, then I don't think it makes any sense," opined a lively Huq."

The structural change is another major step in the right direction, after General Moeen took control of the NSC recently to take the first one.
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Old July 10, 2007, 02:52 AM
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good to see the much needed changes within BCB officials.
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Old July 10, 2007, 02:58 AM
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by the way, we have another thread going on: Interim government to reshuffle BCB ?
http://www.banglacricket.com/alochon...ad.php?t=22517
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Old July 10, 2007, 03:53 AM
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Default Impending BCB changes around the corner

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According to Tapan Chowdhury, Bangladesh's Sports Advisor, the national cricket board will be restructured once a new chairman is named. Recent reports indicated that the Bangladesh Cricket Board's (BCB's) next president, whose identity is yet to be confirmed, will be announced upon his arrival in the capital next week.

In regards to these reports, former BCB general secretary Syed Ashraful Haq told The Daily Star,"It is no magic figure, but the number of members would be between nine to 13. I have asked him to keep it to around ten, as it is with the International Cricket Council or Asian Cricket Council but it is up to him."

He did not comment on who the new BCB boss would be.

Haq, also the ACC chief executive, recently came to Dhaka for a meeting with Chowdhury. "We only talked about cricket. I told him about my ideas and how I see the board evolving into a more professional and a lot more accountable body," he said. "There should be people who will not be holding honorary posts rather there should be people who will be paid for their job. That is what we basically talked about."

According to Haq, Chowdhury preferred 12 to 13 members on the new committee. "I did not discuss any names with him but whoever they are, must have cricketing background, both internationally as well as in the domestic front," he said. "I gave him my views on how it should be structured, to be more specific. It should be structured like it is in a big cricket organisation so that we can compete with them in that regard too."

Haq believed the BCB should operate around a business plan, with an executive board, but felt that it also needed to have representatives from not just Dhaka, but exterior cities and towns, such as Chittagong, Khulna, Rajshahi, Barisal and Sylhet.

He was also critical of the current board's handling of domestic cricket.

"In the next few years, the BCB will receive an astronomical amount of money from the ICC so it would not be wise for someone with an honorary post to handle that much because that person would not have any accountability," he said. "A general secretary cannot exist when there is a CEO. But here, the CEO should be someone with some cricketing knowledge because he represents Bangladesh in the important ICC meetings. But for that matter, if you keep both, then I don't think it makes any sense."

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I personally am very happy with this news. Bangladesh cricket is in desperate need of some changes.
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Old July 19, 2007, 06:50 PM
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Dastagir quits cricket board
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Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) vice-president Gazi Golam Dastagir yesterday tendered his resignation to the board president.
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Bangladesh Cricket Board vice-president Gazi Golam Dastagir has resigned on Thursday terming the body a den of corruption, irregularities and nepotism.
It was becoming impossible for me to work as an organiser in the BCB, which has been eaten up by corruption, irregularities and nepotism,’ said the official in his resignation letter to the BCB president M Abdul Aziz.
The letter was later distributed among the pressmen. ‘I think there should be a judicial inquiry into the irregularities and corruption within the BCB,’ he added.
His resignation came at a time when it has been widely speculated that the government would soon dismiss the executive committee of the BCB. This is the second resignation of a BCB official this month. BCB member Kabir Ahmed resigned earlier last week citing personal reasons.
Is this Kabir from BC....just kidding
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Old July 19, 2007, 10:26 PM
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Isn't he a retired general? General Dastagir?
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Old July 20, 2007, 03:52 AM
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I must say, I'm not really as up to speed on the current situation in Bangladesh politically as I'm sure most others on here are. However, I think large scale political involvement in sport (and by that, I mean anything beyond standardized drug testing etc) is not a good idea.
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Old July 24, 2007, 06:00 PM
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Mahbub resigns
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Months of speculations over, Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) general secretary Mahbub Anam yesterday tendered his resignation to board president M Abdul Aziz.

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Old July 24, 2007, 10:17 PM
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I suggested this long time ago. Our team management is truly disgusting. We need immediate change.
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Old July 25, 2007, 09:39 AM
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I suggested this long time ago. Our team management is truly disgusting. We need immediate change.
They heard you.
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Old July 25, 2007, 09:51 AM
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they heard everyone actually. Many people had it inside them. Just a matter of speaking out
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