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Old September 21, 2017, 02:10 PM
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Sorry Donal, in Digital Bangladesh, the richest sports body in the country do not know how to stream a match online.

Their IT manager most likely is a family member of some board director, who most likely does not even have a clue what you're asking for.
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Old October 4, 2017, 10:51 AM
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BCB decided to field the HP squad as the A-team in the series, ignoring senior players such as Anam, Tushar, AA Hossain who are doing so well in NCL!

Bangladesh A squad for the four-day match: Nazmul Hossain Shanto (Captain), Saif Hassan, Shadman Islam, Al-Amin, Zakir Hasan, Yasir Ali Rabbi, Nurul Hasan Sohan, Sunzamul Islam, Nayeem Hasan, Ebadat Hossain, Abu Hider Rony, Kamrul Islam Rabbi, Jubair Hossain.

http://www.bdcrictime.com/2017/10/sh...nst-ireland-a/

Mahedi Hasan has been axed out of the team despite doing well with both bat and ball lately!
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More garbage from selectors.
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Old October 4, 2017, 11:36 AM
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রানের বন্যা বইয়েও তুষারদের জায়গা হয় না ‘এ’ দলে
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এবার জাতীয় লিগের যে তিন রাউন্ড হয়েছে, ৮০.২৫ গড়ে ১ সেঞ্চুরি ও ৩ ফিফটিতে ৩২১ রান করে সবার ওপরে আছেন তুষার ইমরান। ঘরোয়া ক্রিকেটে তুষারের রানের বন্যা বইয়ে দেওয়া আর নতুন কী! ঘরোয়া ক্রিকেটে ভালো খেলছেন আবদুর রাজ্জাক, নাঈম ইসলাম, জুনায়েদ সিদ্দিক, শাহরিয়ার নাফীস, অলক কাপালিদের মতো বহুদিন জাতীয় দলের বাইরে থাকা খেলোয়াড়েরাও। কিন্তু রান-বন্যা বইয়েও তো লাভ হচ্ছে না। নির্বাচকেরা যে ভুলেই গেছেন তাঁদের!

গত ফেব্রুয়ারিতে ঘরোয়া ক্রিকেটে দুর্দান্ত খেলা খেলোয়াড়দের ভবিষ্যৎ নিয়ে প্রধান নির্বাচক মিনহাজুল আবেদীন বলেছিলেন, ‘অনেক দিন আমাদের “এ” দলের ম্যাচ হচ্ছে না। আমাদের ঘরোয়া ক্রিকেটে বেশ কিছু খেলোয়াড় কিছুদিন ধরেই অসাধারণ খেলছে। এদের একটা প্ল্যাটফর্ম আমাদের দিতে হবে।’ কিন্তু সেই ‘প্ল্যাটফর্ম’টা তাঁদের দেওয়া হচ্ছে কোথায়? দেশের মাঠে আয়ারল্যান্ড ‘এ’ দলের বিপক্ষে একটি আনঅফিশিয়াল টেস্টের জন্য যে দল আজ দেওয়া হয়েছে, সেটিতে নেই তুষারদের মতো অভিজ্ঞ কোনো খেলোয়াড়। এই যে তুষার, নাঈম, জুনায়েদ, অলক, রাজ্জাকদের কথা বলা হচ্ছে, সময়ের স্রোতে তাঁদের সামনে এখন কঠিন বাস্তবতা। জাতীয় দলের দরজাটা কি তবে বন্ধই হয়ে গেল?

অভিজ্ঞ খেলোয়াড়দের সুযোগ না দেওয়া নিয়ে বিসিবির নির্বাচক হাবিবুল বাশার বললেন, ‘আমাদের জাতীয় দলটা তো এখন দেশের বাইরে। এইচপি দলের হয়ে যারা কদিন আগে ভালো করেছে, তাদের গুরুত্ব দেওয়া হয়েছে। শাহরিয়ার নাফীসকে রাখতে চেয়েছিলাম। কিন্তু নাকের অস্ত্রোপচার করায় অনেক দিন সে মাঠের বাইরে। নতুন কিছু সম্ভাবনাময় তরুণ খেলোয়াড় আছে আমাদের, তাদের একটু দেখতে চাচ্ছি।’
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Old October 4, 2017, 11:49 AM
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Tushar would waste a spot. Doesnt matter if he is averaging 200. AA is not a pace bowler worthy of playing at the highest level. Anam is the only guy who should have gotten in, but if he hasnt worked on his technique he too would be a pointless selection.
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Old October 4, 2017, 11:58 AM
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^^ Like someone once said, there is good logic, there is bad logic, and then there is al Furqaan logic

In reality, AA has done much better than your idol Taskin in each and every level, in any format of the game. Only problem is that he is not as adorable as Taskin.
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Old October 4, 2017, 12:22 PM
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Taskin may not have a brain, but you have to admit he is cute and handsome.
Chele hoke... meye hoke.... orr misti misti dusto hasite sobai goley jai.

In contract AA looks like a bhokhate chele.... wicket pele ki hobe... dekte akdom...
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Stupid selection. It shows the door is closed for one time discarded. Very unfair compare to other board.

If misbah, younis, tharanga, Samuels, Gayle, herath, ajmal are BD players,they would never get 2nd chance
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Even India gives chance to player like nehra, NZ gave chance to grant Elliott.

In form players are asset to the team.
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Old October 4, 2017, 01:25 PM
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Irony is that Nannu often complains how he was discriminated against in late stage of his career, despite dominating NCL. Yet senior players are facing worst discriminations under his reign!
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I guess you got to back them for backing yth.
The others have 2 prove themselves in domestic cricket I guess.
But looking on paper the heavy laden,and heavily aged Ireland side should win,thats should,but you never know.
Good experience for the under 19 guys.
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Think they need to be picking saifuddin for A team stuff, he's already been in the national team fray, they should be trying to develop him and give him experience. Good to see shanto, rony and ebadat though.
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^^ Like someone once said, there is good logic, there is bad logic, and then there is al Furqaan logic

In reality, AA has done much better than your idol Taskin in each and every level, in any format of the game. Only problem is that he is not as adorable as Taskin.
All levels excluding Tests, ODIs, and T20Is...sure. But why would you leave out the most important levels?

Especially in ODIs, only seamer who has done better than Taskin is Mustafiz and Mash. And one of those guys is about to retire.
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I guess you got to back them for backing yth.
The others have 2 prove themselves in domestic cricket I guess.
But looking on paper the heavy laden,and heavily aged Ireland side should win,thats should,but you never know.
Good experience for the under 19 guys.
Already responded to this garbage before in the thread.

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lmao Dockrell is 25 mate. He was once one of the hottest spinners going. Has regressed certainly but the lad has proven on the world stage hes got what it takes, just needs to rediscover that. What better than a tour of Bangladesh??

Shannon last played in the 2013 WT20Q. Hes 27 now and has bossed the domestic scene, he certainly deserves a shot. Entering his prime

Sean Terry is 26, again has performed for the Wolves in the last game vs NZ.

Balbirnie is 26. Had injury issues, needs game time. Also a shot to prove his captaincy skills as he may well be next in line.

S Poynter is 26. Had his best ever season for Durham. Just hit 157no for Durham seconds after a long spell with the firsts.

McCarthy is 25, has been unreal since his debut, 1 record breaking horror show vs Afg aside.

Peter Chase is 23, has a bit of pace and talented, his issue is line and length. Perfect tour for him

Lorcan Tucker was one of the leading run scorers overall at the last U19 WC. Age 21.

John Anderson is 35 in two weeks. Performed domestically, young guys could do with a sensible head accompanying them and the guy is well in line to get a Test cap next year if he performs, which he always does at the 4 day stuff. Would I have him for ODI's? No but no harm having him along.

Jack Tector is just 21, hell Im older lol. Top batsman domestically arguably, very talented perfect shot for him and will be a big test.

Shane Getkate is 25, great performances years back at u19 level, captained the wolves prior, performed domestically with ball.

Mulder is 22. Has immense potential and has ripped apart many associate sides. But as young leggies are he needs time, experience games. Perfect for him as well

Simi Singh performed at A and domestic level, not done it yet at senior but has only had about 2 or 3 games. Age 30

Nathan Smith is 22, also done well domestically. Not capped yet.

Stuart Thompson is 26. Was fantastic in the t20 vs Afghans in March, not done it in ODIs though but has potential for sure.

McBrine is 24, again a promising bowling all rounder.

So thats an average age of


378 years divided by 16 players is an average age of 23.6. How much more youth do you need lol. Take out Dockrell (130 odd caps) Balbirnie and Thompson I reckon youve got under or about 50 senior caps in that side. Really dont see any arguments against that selection.
Unless 25 has become heavily aged in which case I've 4 years left until Im an old man
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All levels excluding Tests, ODIs, and T20Is...sure. But why would you leave out the most important levels?

Especially in ODIs, only seamer who has done better than Taskin is Mustafiz and Mash. And one of those guys is about to retire.
I am sure that's how things seem in the La La land you live. But reality says otherwise. Here is ODI bowling stats for our pacers in last five years - http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/eng...s;type=bowling

AA's ODI average and SR are second only to Fizz. Let's not even talk about how horrible Taskin is in the other two formats
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I guess you got to back them for backing yth.
The others have 2 prove themselves in domestic cricket I guess.
That's what we thought too. But then comes Tushar Imran who dominates domestics for two seasons, yet get ignored!

A-team matches not supposed to be for development of U/19 graduates. It supposed to be for players who are knocking on the door for the national team, someone selectors can call onto when a player from the national team needs to be replaced. Likes of Shadman, Al-Amin (the batsman, not the pacer), or Yasir Ali are far from reaching that state! They did not look convincing even in the Academy matches they played over last few months, yet they get promoted to the A-team!
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Depends, if the selectors really don't see a future for seniors like tushar then it's fine they don't select them form A team cricket because they'd be investing time and money in something they wouldn't utilise.

Tushar is 34 in December, he's had a good number of opportunities at the international level (mainly ODIs), maybe they just don't think it's worth putting more time and money into him. Tushar is at an age where he could retire at any minute, he literally needs to be ready right now to perform at a high international standard otherwise if it's going to take a couple of years to get him up to scratch there is way more upside putting the time and money into a youngster that's going to give you 10-15 years.

I'm not trying to downplay seniors contribution to BD cricket, they are an important asset to developing young talent but if you've got a 33yr old bat and a 20-29 year old bat and can only pick one of them but they are both at around about the same level who is the better long term choice?

Not everyone can play until they are 40 or even 36/37, some can handle it, some can't.
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^^ Gowza, you do have a point regarding Tushar, he does not have the fitness of Misbah or Younus.

But how about Anamul or Junaid? BCB invested a lot on them too, yet squandering them by not giving them a way to move back into the national team. None of them are yet that old to be thrown away in this manner, and both of them have been doing well since last season.

In the current A-team, you have Shadman who struggled against County 2nd XIs last month, and Saif who miserably failing against Afghan U/19 team! If you're looking for a replacement for Imrul in the next Test series, it will be ridiculous even to consider them!
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^^ Gowza, you do have a point regarding Tushar, he does not have the fitness of Misbah or Younus.

But how about Anamul or Junaid? BCB invested a lot on them too, yet squandering them by not giving them a way to move back into the national team. None of them are yet that old to be thrown away in this manner, and both of them have been doing well since last season.

In the current A-team, you have Shadman who struggled against County 2nd XIs last month, and Saif who miserably failing against Afghan U/19 team! If you're looking for a replacement for Imrul in the next Test series, it will be ridiculous even to consider them!

Yeah that's a good point about guys like anamul, junaid etc at the same time saif and Shadman might not have done so well lately but they are still leading domestic performers. Saif average 47.92 in FC cricket and he playd 21 matches so it's a decent amount of matches for a youngster to keep that sort of record. Shadman is averaging 40 so not as impressive but it's still solid.

Definitely guys like anamul, someone like tasamul, naeem etc they should be getting opportunities, really anyone who is doing well should be in contention for a spot, then it also comes down the team composition and what they want in the team.
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Tushar would waste a spot. Doesnt matter if he is averaging 200. AA is not a pace bowler worthy of playing at the highest level. Anam is the only guy who should have gotten in, but if he hasnt worked on his technique he too would be a pointless selection.
There's idiot, there's retardation and then there's Taskin Ahmed, your obsession with Taski is so baffling.

He is such a bad bowler, he shoots one hit me bowl every over.
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used to enjoy al Furqaan's posting. Sadly blind emotions and also egotism in regards to "your worthy of a response when you have similar amount of posts than me" is dimnishing your stocks as a decent poster on BC. On top of that brushing every single other performer under the carpet and holding Taskin in such high status is baffling. Taskin has some good but he is severely lacking in skills to be a genuine test pacer.

But then again who I am to dictate terms in regards to how you should think. Im only on 7k posts. Ill have to wait another 10 years to be on your level.
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IMO, Taskin is nothing special, he has been hyped up and he has been given too much fame at a young age, doesn't look like he wants to improve.

Sadly he will end up as another Mohammad Irfan or Wahab Riaz. Minus the pace and aggression.

If you take that match between India A and bangladesh he averages an umimpressive 5.85 eco. That's just touching six. Ironically bowlers like Al-Amin who have been neglected have a sweet economy of just 5.14.

Now Taskin Ahmed fans will come out with their pitchforks stating that it's the fielders fault for dropping his balls.
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Immaturity of the highest level, yet more ironically coming out of a such "seasoned and veteran poster"
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I am sure that's how things seem in the La La land you live. But reality says otherwise. Here is ODI bowling stats for our pacers in last five years - http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/eng...s;type=bowling

AA's ODI average and SR are second only to Fizz. Let's not even talk about how horrible Taskin is in the other two formats
Taskin has a significantly better T20I econ rate. Chasing 140-5 is easier than 190 all out. Just saying. But who really cares about T20s anyways? AA could be Malcolm Marshall, I really wouldn't be that impressed.

In ODIs, you would have to give me AA's CV because I can't come up with it off the top of my head. He's got a marginally better average than Taskin, and is a better death bowler. I'll give him that.

But Taskin has - in addition to a hattrick (OK in a meaningless phase of the game but still a hattrick is a hattrick) - clutch performances down the stretch.

2015 WC vs England, Taskin got Jos Buttler or whoever it was top-scored for England at a vital point down the stretch when the game could have gone either way. Then he did everything to seal the win when Tamim dropped Woakes in a now-infamous dolly. That catch taken, and Rubel doesn't even need to mop up the tail (full credit to Rubel though). Now what part of Tamim dropping that sitter is Taskin's fault? I sure would like to know.

India series win...we all know Fizz was the MOS there - and yet the phrase "eclipse logic" is a term that hasn't been coined yet. But OK, I guess you guys have realized he's a troll merely pretending to be Bangladeshi. Fairi enough. But India was sitting pretty at 95-0 inside 17 overs chasing 300 when Taskin got rid of two mediocre batters named Dhawan and Kohli (when has he ever won a game chasing a total???) - setting the game up for the genius that is Fizz.

England series 2016. OK fine it was just an England A team...but Taskin still got the big wickets down the stretch to ice the one game we won.

In Tests, neither AA nor Taskin has played a statistically significant (n = 20) number of innings. But you factor in the regulation catches dropped off his bowling and Taskin would have a similar average to AA's 70+.

If they are all averaging 70+, who would you take between Rubel, AA, or a quick-by-BD-standards young bowler with a higher talent ceiling bowler?
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Immaturity of the highest level, yet more ironically coming out of a such "seasoned and veteran poster"
Only if you happen to be some fob uncle with a prudish sense of bhodrota. I'm sure you've heard far worse from the youths of Sydney.
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