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Old March 21, 2017, 09:12 AM
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Best coach we ever had, probably by far. A very intelligent guy with great leadership qualities, and that was obvious soon after he took charge. Also, the best selector and talent spotter we've ever had. Furthermore, he made good, positive changes not just within the NT but also in our entire cricketing structure and domestic system that we'll continue to benefit from in the future.

Jurgensen and Siddons were just horrible in comparison.
But Siddons gave Tamim-Shakib-Mushy and that's the turning point of BD cricket. We can be grateful for that. No?
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Old March 21, 2017, 09:27 AM
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So I hope Hatutu daa stays at-least 5 more years.
Most likely he would move on after 2019 WC. That is he already mentioned. And the destination would be SL.

So 2 years and we will have to get us a new head coach.
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Old March 21, 2017, 09:37 AM
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remember godfather movie.....After Fontane comes crying to his godfather, literally, Corleone tells his godson, “I’ll make him an offer he can’t refuse.”

Papon need to play godfather here.

never say never...money talks....if there is a will there is a way...
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Old March 21, 2017, 11:43 AM
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remember godfather movie.....After Fontane comes crying to his godfather, literally, Corleone tells his godson, “I’ll make him an offer he can’t refuse.”

Papon need to play godfather here.

never say never...money talks....if there is a will there is a way...
Would adopting the aggresive North Korean strategy of publicly criticising players on a public stage be too harsh
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Old March 21, 2017, 06:45 PM
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i really hope we can win champions trophy or a WC before Haturi leaves.
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Old March 22, 2017, 06:55 AM
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One thing about Hattori Hanzo, he should stop picking players from nets. He was impressed with the batting and bowling of Tanveer Haider in nets; he was impressed with shuvagata's batting in nets, he was reluctant to play Mosaddek in test in New zealand because he was not impressed with him in nets. Impressive net sessions cannot be a criteria for picking up players,to observe what one does in real match situations are more important to evaluate the players. As a part of selection panel, the coach should watch more domestic matches and observe the players.
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Old March 22, 2017, 08:06 AM
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One thing about Hattori Hanzo, he should stop picking players from nets. He was impressed with the batting and bowling of Tanveer Haider in nets; he was impressed with shuvagata's batting in nets, he was reluctant to play Mosaddek in test in New zealand because he was not impressed with him in nets. Impressive net sessions cannot be a criteria for picking up players,to observe what one does in real match situations are more important to evaluate the players. As a part of selection panel, the coach should watch more domestic matches and observe the players.
Agreed 100%.
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Old March 22, 2017, 06:31 PM
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In my book,
Chandika Hathurusingha is so far the best head coach for Bangladesh.
Jamie Siddons is the second best.

Ian Pont would have been the best, if given a chance.
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Old March 23, 2017, 03:33 AM
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One thing about Hattori Hanzo, he should stop picking players from nets. He was impressed with the batting and bowling of Tanveer Haider in nets; he was impressed with shuvagata's batting in nets, he was reluctant to play Mosaddek in test in New zealand because he was not impressed with him in nets. Impressive net sessions cannot be a criteria for picking up players,to observe what one does in real match situations are more important to evaluate the players. As a part of selection panel, the coach should watch more domestic matches and observe the players.
100% agree with this.

Not a fan of our current selection method. Any young player needs to play a fair amount of first class cricket, A team cricket, grooming at academy before selection.

We ve pretty much abandoned the A Team and academy/HP part resulting in undercooked players. Tanbir Haider would have never made it past these two filters.
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Old March 23, 2017, 07:15 AM
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Yep great planner too. Just like his plan to send Miraz home and then fly him back to surprise the Sri Lankans. Genius.
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Old March 23, 2017, 08:35 AM
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Haturi maybe the best HC we ever had, but Streak is the best bowling coach we ever had. He did fabulous job with our pace bowlers. The presence of his absence is pretty evident
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Old March 23, 2017, 09:13 AM
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*Rifat* and a few others *love* this!

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Old March 23, 2017, 09:23 AM
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One thing about Hattori Hanzo, he should stop picking players from nets. He was impressed with the batting and bowling of Tanveer Haider in nets; he was impressed with shuvagata's batting in nets, he was reluctant to play Mosaddek in test in New zealand because he was not impressed with him in nets. Impressive net sessions cannot be a criteria for picking up players,to observe what one does in real match situations are more important to evaluate the players. As a part of selection panel, the coach should watch more domestic matches and observe the players.
Indeed, This is actually valid criticism and an excellent point! Nobody is perfect, but Coach does deserve a lot of credit for playing his part in taking Bangladesh from 2014 rut to where Bangladesh cricket is today. His persistence and backing of Soumya also so far paying dividends...
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Old March 31, 2017, 03:32 AM
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Nice article

http://www.cricbuzz.com/cricket-news...tubborn-stance
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Old March 31, 2017, 04:10 AM
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In my book,
Chandika Hathurusingha is so far the best head coach for Bangladesh.
Jamie Siddons is the second best.

Ian Pont would have been the best, if given a chance.
Ian Pont based on what

I think if law could stay for longer, he would have been much better, he took a crapper team and started climbing
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Old March 31, 2017, 04:16 AM
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Best coach we ever had, probably by far. A very intelligent guy with great leadership qualities, and that was obvious soon after he took charge. Also, the best selector and talent spotter we've ever had. Furthermore, he made good, positive changes not just within the NT but also in our entire cricketing structure and domestic system that we'll continue to benefit from in the future.

Jurgensen and Siddons were just horrible in comparison.
Sorry but you are very wrong on Siddons, you must have forgot the team he took over, before him we averaged under 200 in tests and odis

Sure tactically he wasn't the best, but he gave us a base to fight from

It's disgraceful and ungrateful putting him with Jurgenson, who delayed our progress by over a year
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Old March 31, 2017, 05:00 AM
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Siddons built the bridge for Bangladesh to become the team they are today. The ways were not pretty, but played a huge role. Instilled the culture of hard work, brought in great deal of improvement to technique. There was a story before Siddons, batters used to go into the nets aimlessly, hit for about 10-15 minutes, then finish. Siddons made sure each batsman had prolonged net sessions, gave individual attention, worked on the tiniest details.

Scoring 200+ in ODI's, 200-300+ in tests etc-thats sth we couldnt do before Siddons.

Law was doing well too. Had a horrible beginning, but things started falling in place.

Shane Jurgensen would say he won quite a few matches (Probably reaping the work done by Law). But then his philosophy wasnt correct. He gave too much power and voice to players, and it was absolute anarchy, disorder. And although he started as bowling coach, i didnt notice one bit of improvement in our bowling under him

But probably the worst coach in BD's Test era-Mohsin Kamal. Absolute nonsense coach who took our cricket back by a couple of years.
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Old March 31, 2017, 05:25 AM
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And Siddons we cut out rash shots in the first 20 balls, that was Siddons too
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Old March 31, 2017, 06:49 AM
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Siddons was the best batting coach, Streak was the best bowling coach. Hathurusinghe is the best head coach. Stuart Law didn't stay for long unfortunately, so can't count him. Otherwise he probably would have given Hathu a run for his money.
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