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Old March 5, 2012, 02:17 PM
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Kamal is a busy man. Somewhere between Karachi, Dubai, London. Well, don't wanna hijack the thread but I heard this guy is worth কয়েক হাজার কোটি টাকা . Also, one of the syndicate that controls Dhaka Stock Exchange. So Akram and Tamim are nothing to him.
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Old March 5, 2012, 02:39 PM
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I guess drama aint finished yet.. C VC yet to declare.. list of players in unusual reserves box.. Jahurul can play role as wicketkeeper as well.. so..
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Old March 5, 2012, 02:44 PM
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Am I the only one who is curious about the SIX ICONS of the BPL who got $210,000 each, that only two of them made the Asia Cup squad? What does that tell us?

NO Ash, No Tamim, NO Alok, NO Nafees. The assumption is that the ICONS are the best Bangladeshi players. Yet within 19 days this theory has been blown apart. Only Ash (of the four that didn't make the cut) could argue he is in good form and on the basis of him playing well, could argue he is unlucky.

I'm thrilled for Anamul. I hope he gets the chance to play a major part and not simply get used as a late order batter. Anamul can open (DG used him in that role) and keep wicket so I would roll the dice with him at the top. I see Nazimuddin, despite a poor DPL and BPL, has been given that role. I wish him well and hope he can regain some form. Imrul had a disappointing BPL and looked out of touch, continually caught in the deep at midwicket. So I feel the team has to be flexible or creative against the new ball if Tamim is missing as an opener.
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Old March 5, 2012, 02:54 PM
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This is actually one of the worst squads I have seen in a long time. I can't remember the last time a BCB declared squad had soooo many players whose spots cannot be justified in the team. Firstly, why is Tamim on stand by if he's fit??? Kayes was out of form everywhere, wasn't he? Or did he have a good DPL? Nazimuddin should just be a Test specialist for now. Jahirul, is he any better than Junaid? Junaid did well in BPL, so why was he left out, especially considering Kayes and Nazimuddin made the cut.

Similarly, why is Shahadat there? Based on one good spell in the BPL? I actually favor Razzak's inclusion, he was one of the best bowlers in the BLP...look at his economy rate. But Enamul deserved a call up to main squad, not a stand by. WTF is Shuvagoto Hom doing in the standby list? How is he any better than useless Naeem or unlucky Alok?

Ashrafuler kotha eybar baad dilam.

The only only thing I like about this team: Bijoy's inclusion. Waiting for Asif and Mominul to make their transitions to the top level by the end of this year!
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Old March 5, 2012, 03:04 PM
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Breaking News: Great Selection by Mustafa Kamal to Drop Tamim Iqbal
Analysis: Tamim Iqbal thought Akram will fly him to heavens. To Kamal ,Tamim & Akram r Rats!!!

This is an excellent move by Mustafa Kamal, First time he has done something right. It is time Tamim Iqbal realises not to be big mouth or big heads, as it wont take u anywhere. The reputation he has of aggressiveness with foreign and local players is horrible.I really hope he learns a lesson, Akram Khan is nofthing in Bangladesh, Tamim Iqbal should stop thinking Akram is president that allows easy selection. (I am happy Ashraful not in team) I hope the whole team will have good spirit this time around.

( in any sports it is all about confidence, at times even big clubs when down in confidence lose 3 or 4 in a row)

I am pretty sure, this players will work hard and not only depend on one player like India are doing. Look at how Tendulkar is effecting the team.
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Old March 5, 2012, 03:07 PM
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Ohh boy, WTF is all this about. Nazimuddin had a horrible BPL, Tamim only got to play 2 matches, in one he was bowled by an excellent delivery. This is ridicilous. And why is Sahadat hossain in the squad?
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Old March 5, 2012, 03:13 PM
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Breaking News: Great Selection by Mustafa Kamal to Drop Tamim Iqbal
Analysis: Tamim Iqbal thought Akram will fly him to heavens. To Kamal ,Tamim & Akram r Rats!!!

This is an excellent move by Mustafa Kamal, First time he has done something right. It is time Tamim Iqbal realises not to be big mouth or big heads, as it wont take u anywhere. The reputation he has of aggressiveness with foreign and local players is horrible.I really hope he learns a lesson, Akram Khan is nofthing in Bangladesh, Tamim Iqbal should stop thinking Akram is president that allows easy selection. (I am happy Ashraful not in team) I hope the whole team will have good spirit this time around.

( in any sports it is all about confidence, at times even big clubs when down in confidence lose 3 or 4 in a row)
I am pretty sure, this players will work hard and not only depend on one player like India are doing. Look at how Tendulkar is effecting the team.
Didn't know Mustafa Kamal is one of our selectors!!!
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Old March 5, 2012, 03:17 PM
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If this squad is sent to ZIM, they will clean our clock ... so forget about challenging PAK, SRI and IND!!
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Old March 5, 2012, 03:26 PM
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Didn't know Mustafa Kamal is one of our selectors!!!
Kalpurush, If you let relationship (Akram and Tamim) Ease selection, is unfair and unjust. This is the best chance to see how Akram reacts, you will see on various newspapers about Akram supporting Tamim Iqbals selection. When Akram become a head selector, I don't really understand what got into Tamim's Head. I only realise that his aggressiveness is increasing on a daily basis, like I am untouchable.

Secondly, If Akram gets fired as Head Selector and we get a good selector who does not have any relationship with any of the team members will be great. I would be really happy if that selector choose Tamim Iqbal, Will be more than Happy.

and thirdly, Ahmed Shehzad had a excellent tournment in BPL but he only got into the reserve squad: Reserves: Ahmed Shehzad, Rahat Ali, Bilawal Bhatti, Afaq Rahim.

I have heard that Ahmed Shehzad also has an attitude problem like Tamim Iqbal!
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Old March 5, 2012, 03:31 PM
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Old March 5, 2012, 03:42 PM
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Tamim = Bangladesh's Gayle. Attitude shamlaya cholre bhai. Career aar koto din, ekdin retire korba, respect niye. Jaate lok jon money rakhey with respect. Mamu is not setting a good example either. Raag koro, kintu don't do trial in press.

PS: But Gayle's talent is well known.

PPS: Without Tamim the team may actually do better as they did in NZ series. Because the team mentality changes.. ususally Tamim get's out and a run chase becomes a batting practice. Who knows, we may be pleasantly surprised.... I hope, really hope.
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Old March 5, 2012, 03:51 PM
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No Tamim in the squad...this is ridiculous. Zunaid should've also definitely made the cut. Shahadat for ODIs...What's going on?
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Old March 5, 2012, 04:02 PM
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this is what happens when you mess with the one and only SIR ASH, Shakib found it out and now Tamim, mash lol stay away from him else you next
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NO Ash, No Tamim, NO Alok, NO Nafees.
Hmmm...
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Old March 5, 2012, 04:12 PM
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I think we should play the u-19 team. It will give them experience before the upcoming Under -19 World Cup in Australia.
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Old March 5, 2012, 04:17 PM
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Man, Everyone seems so down without This Tamim Iqbal. I dont see any difference in not including him. when was the last time he made a good contribution in winning a game?

when was the last time bangladesh has won a match,? come on he wont make a huge difference.
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Old March 5, 2012, 04:21 PM
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Man, Everyone seems so down without This Tamim Iqbal. I dont see any difference in not including him. when was the last time he made a good contribution in winning a game?

when was the last time bangladesh has won a match,? come on he wont make a huge difference.

He scored a 32 from 17 balls, and then the batting practice began. See the run rate above.

PS: He was the first red dot above. And then see how things changed. The rest of the batsmen rely on him too much - BD does better without him - at times. Having him sometimes works the other way. A lot of times. The thought goes like this - "Tamim gone, so no hope."
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Old March 5, 2012, 04:22 PM
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He scored a 32, and then the batting practice began. See the run rate above.
what does this mean, we lost at the end. so whats the point of him scoring 32 runs, if that is all u can come with....

I can show many where ASH, Shakib, Mushfiq and more played well and we were in losing sides
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In case you thickheads don't see the obvious parallel...Sehwag is rested, so is Tamim. Tit for tat. Tic tac toe.
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Kayes was out of form everywhere, wasn't he? Or did he have a good DPL? Nazimuddin should just be a Test specialist for now. Jahirul, is he any better than Junaid? Junaid did well in BPL, so why was he left out, especially considering Kayes and Nazimuddin made the cut.
Nazimuddin probably shouldn't have been picked. As for the BPL, it's still T20s and this is an ODI squad, so Imrul and Jahirul are still ahead of Junaid. Here are the DPL stats and as you can see, Imrul is the third highest scorer with a 50 average. He also had a good couple of games against the England Lions. Jahirul isn't too far behind. Junaid is ordinary in comparison and it does make sense to pick someone who has at least performed in a crappy domestic OD league over someone who hasn't performed in any OD competition.

Now had this been a Test squad, I would have liked Nazimuddin to open; similarly, had this been a T20 squad, I would have kept Imrul and Jahirul out and probably picked Junaed in the top 15 if not the starting XI.

We really do need three separate squads to be able to compete in all formats.
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what does this mean, we lost at the end. so whats the point of him scoring 32 runs, if that is all u can come with....

I can show many where ASH, Shakib, Mushfiq and more played well and we were in losing sides
You failed to see the point I was getting at. I was trying make a different point. See post again please brother.

I agree with you
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You failed to see the point I was getting at. I was trying make a different point. See post again pease brother.
Please explain analysis got it now
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Old March 5, 2012, 04:28 PM
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In case you thickheads don't see the obvious parallel...Sehwag is rested, so is Tamim. Tit for tat. Tic tac toe.
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Old March 5, 2012, 04:30 PM
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In case you thickheads don't see the obvious parallel...Sehwag is rested, so is Tamim. Tit for tat. Tic tac toe.
Sewag becharar mamu nai, Gayle becharar Mamu nai

apne kemon kore Sewager shathey tulona korchen? Sewag handicapped, Tamim na moteo.

On second thought, I mean duitually, I did do a similar comparison before



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the decision has been made guys so no point on arguing about it......lets look at the bright side and lets focus on the future
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