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Old November 17, 2007, 07:48 AM
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Default Questions for BC exclusive interview of Naimur Rahman Durjoy

I am going to take an interview of our first Test captain Naimur Rahman Durjoy who is currently working as a national selector.

Most of you are aware that BanglaCricket is taking exclusive interviews of former national skippers, this will be our fourth interview after Khaled Mahmud, Akram Khan and Aminul Islam Bulbul.

Durjoy has kindly agreed to give us some time tomorrow for the interview. I have my own set of questions, but I will highly appreciate inputs from the members.

Please post your questions here.
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Old November 17, 2007, 08:05 AM
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How great is Alok Kapali?

On a serious note, how worried the selectors are about the openners? With Nafees's prolonged lack of form and no obvious replacements (Imrul/Junaids too early) are they thinking about cloning JO?
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Old November 17, 2007, 08:10 AM
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On a serious note, how worried the selectors are about the openners? With Nafees's prolonged lack of form and no obvious replacements (Imrul/Junaids too early) are they thinking about cloning JO?
Excellent question. Adding it to the question set.
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Old November 17, 2007, 08:50 AM
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Does BCB have a goal for the 2011 world cup?
If so, what are those and what measurements will be taken to reach to that point?

What i meant is im curious to know whether bcb have set themselves and the team a plan for a target to be acheived in the next world cup which will be held in the subcontinent.

As we achieved to reach 2nd round in the last one, obviously the next target would be to do better.

Just going with the flow wont take us there. We need a vision and the means to implement those visions.

What are those, if bcb have any...
(yes, im trying to think long term here)
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Old November 17, 2007, 08:55 AM
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Sydney, it's a very good question but I think it will be more appropriate to ask Gazi Aharaf Hossain Lipu (who is the next in line for BC exclusive interview) about BCB's planning or vision for the next world cup as he is the head of BCB's cricket operations committee.

What do you think?
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Old November 17, 2007, 09:06 AM
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I think you are right Miraz Bhai...
Well, i didnt know he was next in line.
He IS the head of the operations committee, this is probably his jurisdiction.
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Old November 17, 2007, 09:15 AM
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I think you are right Miraz Bhai...
Well, i didnt know he was next in line.
He IS the head of the operations committee, this is probably his jurisdiction.
Alright, I am taking your question for Lipu.

Do you want to ask any question to Durjoy?
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Old November 17, 2007, 09:28 AM
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What is the new selection committee's policy on introducing new players to the international scene (obviously, keeping in mind that every case is unique)?
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Old November 17, 2007, 09:44 AM
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What is the new selection committee's policy on introducing new players to the international scene (obviously, keeping in mind that every case is unique)?
You have definitely seen my script.

This is the second question I am going to ask.
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Old November 17, 2007, 09:54 AM
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Has BCB got any plan to bring in bowling coach for Bangladesh in near future ? Short term or long term.

But most important questions are

What does the selection commitee think of current bowling attack?

Will we see any new face in our pace attack ?

Will they go with 3 SLA like last year ?
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Old November 17, 2007, 10:41 AM
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Good questions Mohammed bhai, I will definitely pick one of them for the interview.
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Old November 17, 2007, 11:11 AM
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does durjoy believe in the "young, talented, and full of potential" model of selection we have used with moderate success for the last 5 years or does he favor the "experience and production" model?

further, how many chances should a new but talented player get at Test level before being dropped?
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Old November 17, 2007, 11:17 AM
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As NCL has been revamped, but certain things still not resolved. Like quality of pitches in few venues, with limited amount of time in hand, how we will prepare our batsmen to face NZ bowlers? In bouncy wicket how our top batters will survive?

Siddons requested to work with few number of players (probably 20), are we including previous national players and then adding 9 more players? How we will be selecting those players? on NCL performance basis?

We drop lots of catches in slip and other close fielding regions. There will be lots of edges, but are we doing any specific fielding training to rectify that error? Shouldn't we place a very good player(sometimes very good batsmen with good reflex hand-eye cordination)?
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Old November 17, 2007, 11:19 AM
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Ask him to make sure that HaBa doesn't get picked. Ok?
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Old November 17, 2007, 11:45 AM
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What type of batsmen would they prefer for next few tours? Mature and less talented ones like JO? Or highly talented inexperienced young ones like Zunaed?
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Old November 17, 2007, 11:46 AM
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Ask him to make sure that HaBa doesn't get picked. Ok?
WOW!! Beamer. so much arrogance!! Why??

Sorry man!! I am not here to follow your order.

Probably the ill effect of your soul mate (self proclaimed) is dragging you to the same direction.
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al Furqaan, can you please elaborate a bit on your ""experience and production" model?

Thanks SS and Warwolf, I will note the questions.
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yea Miraz bhai, ask Durjoy as many questions on the team selection (for the upcoming tour and beyond). it'll be good to see how ex-players (nat'l selector too) think abt team selection and their way of thinking. Thanks
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yea Miraz bhai, ask Durjoy as many questions on the team selection (for the upcoming tour and beyond). it'll be good to see how ex-players think abt team selection. Thanks
Ishtiaque bhaijan, he is a selector now.

It will be great if he freely shares his thought about the selection process with us. I will defnitely give a try to unearth as much information as possible.
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What are the odds of players over 25 getting a nod in the future, given that the previous panels have been reluctant to include past discards who are beyond a certain age line? Have the likes of Rokon and Seezan been left out of the A team for a genuine lack of ability to excel in international cricket, or was it simply because the selectors were keen on employing younger players?
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WOW!! Beamer. so much arrogance!! Why??

Sorry man!! I am not here to follow your order.
Miraz bhai I think you misread the post. I dont think Beamer bhai was being bosssy. It might have been a sarcastic question since you are a big haba fan. At least to me it did not seem offending at first read.
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There are lots of underperformers in our current national players. How our current national selectors try to motivate these underperformers to gain their forms back?
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Miraz bhai I think you misread the post. I dont think Beamer bhai was being bosssy. It might have been a sarcastic question since you are a big haba fan. At least to me it did not seem offending at first read.
I am not so sure about that. It looked pretty bossy to me.

I hope you are right, in that case I will be happy to edit my post.
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WOW!! Beamer. so much arrogance!! Why??

Sorry man!! I am not here to follow your order.

Probably the ill effect of your soul mate (self proclaimed) is dragging you to the same direction.
Hey man..leave me out of it. Last line is not appreciated.

That was just a question, an important one, and after all his inclusion will be questioned by all quarters judging by his performance from the last year up until now. Where do you see arrogance? Or, you just want cheerleaders here that have to toe your views and party lines?
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Miraz bhai I think you misread the post. I dont think Beamer bhai was being bosssy. It might have been a sarcastic question since you are a big haba fan. At least to me it did not seem offending at first read.
Thanks layperson. You got it. It was a genuine question though with a tad obvious bit of sarcasm.
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