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Old July 5, 2007, 11:42 AM
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Default WATCH OUT! Tushar Coming in.

It looks like the general has asked for heavy artillary. Tushar will be joining the test squad soon. http://tigercricket.com/newnewsviews.aspx?Columnid=170
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Old July 5, 2007, 11:46 AM
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This shows the true nature of our selectors!
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Old July 5, 2007, 11:47 AM
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“Condition will not be a problem for me because I toured Sri Lanka with the `A’ team few months back. So this time I will try to play a real big innings and cement my place in the Test squad.” Tushar said.

For some reason this sounded like he is selling himself for a spot in the team rather than reflecting his confidence. Then again the english translation can always make things ambiguous. Comon Tushar, lets see what you've got this time.... you know you'll get only one chance....
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Old July 5, 2007, 11:48 AM
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I am quite happy that hes coming in though. I think this guy really deserved a chance. Now is the time even though he only gets 1 shot at it.
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Old July 5, 2007, 11:48 AM
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Great. Tushar can be a great asset and will go much better than many so called specialist batsman we have in the team.
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Old July 5, 2007, 11:49 AM
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This shows the true nature of our selectors!
Now farooq is proving his critics. Why so many shuffle? This will not save his rear.
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Old July 5, 2007, 11:51 AM
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Anyway, whom he will replace? I wish Hablu, but never gonna happen, they (management) will drop Jr. just after one test. And again, these prove why so many talents wasted in BD cricket.
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Old July 5, 2007, 11:53 AM
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The way he is shuffling players after each game ... looks like Faruk is in Panic Mode... desparate to save his rear.

But the problem is ... he is not shuffling the non performing players... rather shuffling the young players.... why bringing new young players if you don't trust them or stick with tthem beyond one game?

When you have Gullu, SN, Bashar, Pilot(1st test), Rafiq ... all are kind of out of form or loosing their edge in the lineup... A Mehrab here and a Shafiq there or a Tushar somewhere is not going to save your rear.
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Old July 5, 2007, 11:55 AM
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Im guessing they will replace Mehrab jr. I mean you gotta admit mehrab didnt look good at all at the batting crease. Then again, Mehrab does deserve another shot at it.
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Im guessing they will replace Mehrab jr. I mean you gotta admit mehrab didnt look good at all at the batting crease. Then again, Mehrab does deserve another shot at it.
You can't drop a youngster just after one match regardless his performance. But the truth is they will do it. In the same line (moronic nature of our team management) we lost a lot of promising talents in the past, we are doing now and ..........
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Old July 5, 2007, 12:07 PM
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The way he is shuffling players after each game ... looks like Faruk is in Panic Mode... desparate to save his rear.

But the problem is ... he is not shuffling the non performing players... rather shuffling the young players.... why bringing new young players if you don't trust them or stick with tthem beyond one game?

When you have Gullu, SN, Bashar, Pilot(1st test), Rafiq ... all are kind of out of form or loosing their edge in the lineup... A Mehrab here and a Shafiq there or a Tushar somewhere is not going to save your rear.
I don't blame Faruq (& co.) for all these debacle and changes. The selectors need to consider other factors and can't always go by their likings. Faruq was about to lose his job for not considering Pilot in the WC. I can remember even Raqibul Hasan said in channel i that Faruq did it for his personal reason. All the big mouths told the same citing leakage of the deal by Pilot. Faruq couldn't save his job, had he axed Hablu or SN. But for Tushar Imran, I definitely blame Faruq.
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Great news that Tushar is getting a chance and hope he proves himself but I am a little worried over who he going to be replacing. If he is replacing Mehrab Jr or someone else like that then I will be really dissapointed. I think He should be replacing Bashar, SN, Jo or someone like that as they didn't prove anything in this whole series and their performance is just not how it used to be!!

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I think Tushar will replace Bashar. Mehrab deserves another chance. He was put on fire in the 2nd innings ------- Bashar or Ash. should have gone in his position. Also as a bowler, he took two wickets in one over. Faruque should rest his cousin Nafees and give
Sakib another chance. In that case Mehrab can open with JO.
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Old July 5, 2007, 12:13 PM
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Yeh i just hope he gets some runs.
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Old July 5, 2007, 12:14 PM
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Faruq couldn't save his job, had he axed Hablu or SN. But for Tushar Imran, I definitely blame Faruq.
Well I care less about Pilot, Bashar, Rafiq. Sooner or later they wil be gone. I care more what he is doing with the younger players

I blame 100% Faruk for bringing Sakib, Mehrab (most likely he will be dropped instead of Bashar) and then just drop them after one game. a) Either don't bring these new players or b) if you bring them, stick with them a little longer.

He is screwing up these young players. Even though Tushar is not new, but he is also screwing up his career also. If you bring Tushar atleast give him a series in a row, to help him rebuld his career. Don't do one game here and one game there. Its not helping the team, nor its helping the players.
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Old July 5, 2007, 12:29 PM
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I am a bit afraid that he will be a sure candidate of LBW. He has problems in his feet movement against incoming fuller deliveries as I have seen earlier in his career. Tushar please prove me wrong.
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Oh this is good news. He should've been included from the word go anyways.

I hope they do play him in the third test. It will be pathetic if they fly him all the way to Sri Lanka and, yet once again, make him fly back without playing a game. He should also stay back with the odi squad. I really hope he performs if he gets a chance - it's high time that he does.
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No use!
Tushar will be played for 2 matches and dropped again. Management has done this on countless occassions before. Knee jerk at its best: both selecting him and dropping again.
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Old July 5, 2007, 01:13 PM
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No use!
Tushar will be played for 2 matches and dropped again. Management has done this on countless occassions before. Knee jerk at its best: both selecting him and dropping again.
Poor guy may just get the last match and be dropped again.
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This is crazy. As if we are currently lacking any single digit scorer that we would need one more of those.
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thread title looks like..Ash"s clone is coming.
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Old July 5, 2007, 01:53 PM
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I think Tushar will replace Bashar. Mehrab deserves another chance. He was put on fire in the 2nd innings ------- Bashar or Ash. should have gone in his position. Also as a bowler, he took two wickets in one over. Faruque should rest his cousin Nafees and give
Sakib another chance. In that case Mehrab can open with JO.
I am 100% sure Tushar going to replace Bashar.
Mehrab getting two prime wickets and golla having a firm stay in the middle prove themselves enough to leave out from axing. While Shariar is just fine as he is right in the track in shifting the gear from odi to test.
Good move by selector/s, at least they gave Bashar some chance before being replaced.
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Tushing will come and go...another innings defeat on the way.
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Old July 5, 2007, 02:03 PM
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Tushing will come and go...another innings defeat on the way.
True, another defeat is on the way, but I beleive in this shot Tushar will stick with the test squad for a long time as the ill treat of omitting him every now and then has been largely criticized by the media when he had primarily been leaved out for the selection of this test series. And it will be so hard for Bashar to come back after proving himself in the national and premire league competing with youngstars like Dollar, Mahmud so on and so for.
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Old July 5, 2007, 02:23 PM
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I don;t understand why Mehrab deserves another chance right now. He has no business on the test squad right now, an opener batting at #whatever-it-was. He should go play some FC matches first wherever he can get them. It was a mistake to put him in there in the first place - even Nafis Iqbal or another opener with experience should be brought in to back up JO and SN as opener.

Tushar has never done much for Bangladesh - how many chances will he get?
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