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Old July 19, 2017, 05:22 AM
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Default ***Future Stars***

Thread is about future stars.

How good is your judgement?

Please tell us who you think/believe will make it to the national team and become a successful international cricketer.
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Old July 19, 2017, 05:52 AM
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Judgement call #1

Liton Kumar Das. He will be back.

He will make a glorious return, improved, better and more determined.

Future Bangladesh Star.
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Old July 19, 2017, 05:57 AM
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Judgement call #2

Nazmul Hossain Shanto. The Specialist No.3 for Bangladesh.

He will arrive to remove the curse of No.3 position for Bangladesh.

Star of the future! A successful ☝️
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Miraz- will be one of the best allrounder of the sport in 5 years

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Old July 19, 2017, 06:12 AM
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Judgement call #3

Afif Hossain. Looks a seriously talented player.

But will he become a All-Rounder or a Specialist batsman?

Whatever it is - he will be a future star for Bangladesh.
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Old July 19, 2017, 06:13 AM
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Miraz- will be one of the best allrounder of the sport in 5 years

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His in my list also, future leader! I hope he turns out to be a proper All-Rounder or atleast a genuine specialist offspinner.
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Old July 19, 2017, 06:26 AM
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So far I will stick with three judgement calls.

Haven't seen enough of Saif Hassan etc to make a judgement.
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We havent found a consistent performer since the batch of shakib tamim mushfiq and ryad. Plenty of one season wonders and practice match bradmans.
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We havent found a consistent performer since the batch of shakib tamim mushfiq and ryad. Plenty of one season wonders and practice match bradmans.
Mushfiqur wasn't consistent at all. Get your facts correct.
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We havent found a consistent performer since the batch of shakib tamim mushfiq and ryad. Plenty of one season wonders and practice match bradmans.
Have we forgotten about the amount of effort that was poured into Tamim Mushy and Riad?

Riad has one century in tests and 3 centuries in ODIs. He is decent in T20s I will give him that.

Tamim and mushy have become quality. Mushy since 13 and Tamim since 15 have been world class especially the latter but look when they debuted - 05/06. So it took them 7+ years to be consistent and quality. It took Shakib 0 years. Shakib was consistent from the beginning. Riad isn't consistent even after 10 years

Don't put Shakib and the others in the same sentence.

Anamul and Nasir were the last two batsman who were performing but were discarded soon ahead of Sarkar and Sabbir. So what BCB did was focus on batsman whose shots were aesthetically pleasing.

Btw. Anamul and Nasir scored 5 centuries in international cricket between 2011-2014 and a 5 against top 8 teams. Riad/Tamim/Mushy scored how many centuries in their first 3 years against top 8 teams

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We havent found a consistent performer since the batch of shakib tamim mushfiq and ryad. Plenty of one season wonders and practice match bradmans.
Mhram makes a good point. They were given a very very long time in international cricket to develop and gain experience. However, for our new youngsters the expectation and patience level has changed. We start to question them very early, nothing wrong in that. If you compare them with how Shakib, Tamim, Mushy and Mahmudullah performed early in their career, you would clearly say the new guys are doing better. They are not final product yet, with experience and development they should be. Yes, not all of them will make it, but I have hopes some Sabbir, Soumya, Mosa will make it.
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Saif....

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Just kidding. Dont wanna jinx him
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Saif....

Nuff said
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Saif....

Nuff said
Oh man.. the sight of seeing Saifuddin leading and conquering the cricket world gives me shivers

On the other hand.. I haven't seen Saif Hassan bat... properly yet.
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Nice Thread. I will follow this thread.

I hope this thread is active long enough.
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I've been duped enough, no more!
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I would rather not jinx any of these guys. Just my opinion.
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I would rather not jinx any of these guys. Just my opinion.
If your good enough, your good enough - no jinxing, tinxing can stop you.
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We havent found a consistent performer since the batch of shakib tamim mushfiq and ryad. Plenty of one season wonders and practice match bradmans.
Don't put Riad and Tamim on any consistent category.
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Future stars:

LKD will be back. The boy has the look of a star.
Shanto will eventually become our #3.
Pinak Ghosh. well, i doubt it, but I had such high hopes for him at one point. But he seems to have poor fitness.
Abu H. Rony will also be back. He will take Mash's place in the team.

And now that we have all sufficiently jinxed these boys, lets pray for the best.
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Crybaby Mushfiq doesn't belong in the same category as M'Dullah, Tamim and Shakib. So that batch gave us 3 stars. Not 4.

You won't give Liton or Shohan a quarter of those chances that Mushfiq got to establish himself as a batman. No you won't. So don't dare repeat such foolish statements.
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Crybaby Mushfiq doesn't belong in the same category as M'Dullah, Tamim and Shakib. So that batch gave us 3 stars. Not 4.

You won't give Liton or Shohan a quarter of those chances that Mushfiq got to establish himself as a batman. No you won't. So don't dare repeat such foolish statements.

Mushfiqur had 19 avarage in ODIS in his first 4/5 years that too batting at 6/7(not out adavantages).

And his avarage in Test was around 18 during that time with 7 ducks.

Yeah although Mushy is the undisputed best batsman from 2012, there is no question about it that he has been lucky in his early career.

Litton or Sohan won't be so..

(Tamim had mid 20s avarage in early career, Mahmudullah around 30 and Shakib 30+) (first 4 years)
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Some of you dont seem to fathom the fact that we have gradually closed the skill gap and raised the bar since our test debut. There was a time of Javed omar and al shahriar when even steve tikolo seemed like a class apart. Javed Omar, Rokon etc made international cricket look extremely difficult.. and it wasnt their fault. The gap in skills was very high at the time. Then came Asraful Bashar Rajin etc who made things look slightly easier. In 2007 When Tamim and Shakib and Mushy won vs india.. finally it signalled the arrival of a generation that could (at least occasionally) match the skill levels with the best. The point is Yes! it took time and lots of chances for the previous generations but that was 10 years ago and since then we have gradually closed the gap and are on the same lvl as current Sri Lanka if not better. The bar was set very low 10 yrs ago. Now we are a higher ranked team with a different standard and the expectation from a newcomer. While we shouldnt expect youngsters to set the world alight, we also dont expect them to be as poor as Soumya Shabbir etc in recent times. I guess i am a bit sour about the Champions Trophy where not a single youngster stepped up.
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