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Old February 23, 2008, 10:43 AM
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Shahadat and Junaid put Bangladesh on top
23 February 2008
Bangladesh have stunned the cricket world as they ended day two of the first Test with South Africa with a 147 run lead with six wickets remaining in the second innings.
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Old February 23, 2008, 11:18 AM
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Miraz bhai please write an article abour bashar retirement
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Old February 23, 2008, 11:21 AM
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Miraz bhiya nice job...please write a aricle about haba's achivement as a cricketer in last one and half years.
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Old February 23, 2008, 11:26 AM
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Miraz bhiya nice job...please write a aricle about haba's achivement as a cricketer in last one and half years.
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Old February 23, 2008, 12:00 PM
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Miraz bhai please write an article abour bashar retirement
I hope I will be able to take the interview of Bashar as the ex-captain of Bangladesh team soon.
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Old February 23, 2008, 12:03 PM
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I am not sure I will quite yet put Bangladesh on top. I think the game is keenly balanced on a razor sharp edge. The advantage will shift to Bangladesh the longer we bat and closer we get to lunch. Bat past lunch - we are surely on top.
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Old February 23, 2008, 12:05 PM
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I hope I will be able to take the interview of Bashar as the ex-captain of Bangladesh team soon.
are you a news reporter Miraz? why interview him?
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I am not sure I will quite yet put Bangladesh on top. I think the game is keenly balanced on a razor sharp edge. The advantage will shift to Bangladesh the longer we bat and closer we get to lunch. Bat past lunch - we are surely on top.
Probably you are right because the name of the team is Bangladesh. Any other Test nation (except Zim) with a 147 run lead with 6 wickets remaining on a slow, low and deteriorating wicket will be certainly on top.
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Old February 23, 2008, 12:08 PM
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are you a news reporter Miraz? why interview him?
BanglaCricket is interviewing the former Bangladesh captains for its members. I will take the interview as BC editor. If you have time, please have a look at our previous interviews.

An interview with Aminul Islam Bulbul (2007)

It takes time to change : An interview with Naimur Rahman Durjoy (2007)

“A big man with a big heart” – An exclusive interview with Akram Khan (2007)

BanglaCricket Exclusive: An interview with Khaled Mahmud (2007)
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Old February 23, 2008, 12:15 PM
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BanglaCricket is interviewing the former Bangladesh captains for its members. I will take the interview as BC editor. If you have time, please have a look at our previous interviews.

An interview with Aminul Islam Bulbul (2007)

It takes time to change : An interview with Naimur Rahman Durjoy (2007)

“A big man with a big heart” – An exclusive interview with Akram Khan (2007)

BanglaCricket Exclusive: An interview with Khaled Mahmud (2007)
these are really good interviews of the players, wow do you get paid to do all this then, and you go all the way to Bangladesh to do this, that is a fanstastic effort you are taking for the people in this forum, good on you mate!!!
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Old February 23, 2008, 12:17 PM
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these are really good interviews of the players, wow do you get paid to do all this then, and you go all the way to Bangladesh to do this, that is a fanstastic effort you are taking for the people in this forum, good on you mate!!!
Thanks.

Yap! the salary package is very attractive.

I am staying in London and take interviews over telephone.
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can you take one interview of kapali plz?

great job Meraz bhai
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Khondaker Mirazur Rahman spends as much time on BanglaCricket as on his PhD research on Gene Targeted Drug Design. Like a true PhD student his articles are all well researched. He goes by the nick "Miraz" on our forums and is also a BanglaCricket editor.

wow. i am impressed. we are lucky to have u as an editor of BC. keep up ur good work
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can you take one interview of kapali plz?

great job Meraz bhai
Kapali? for what? to solve the mystery behind his failure?
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may be Miraz bhi host a BanglaCricket Talk Show Guest should be Javed Omar, HaBA, Alokik Kapali and Tushar Imran.

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I hope I will be able to take the interview of Bashar as the ex-captain of Bangladesh team soon.
Thanks Miraz Bhai. I believe you won't forget to ask what is his plan about the retirement. I would be little harsh on that question
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Old February 23, 2008, 01:01 PM
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may be Miraz bhi host a BanglaCricket Talk Show Guest should be Javed Omar, HaBA, Alokik Kapali and Tushar Imran.

Cant wait anymore
Please don't include Bashar in this list.

He was a different material.
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Please don't include Bashar in this list.

He was a different material.
Dear Miraz Bhai,

In what base you can tell Bashar Different Material? I know he might be the first batsman to score 3000 runs but look at how many tests he took for that. He was never regarded top class batsman in world cricket. Or is he? 50 test matches he played, more then 33% times he fail to touch even double figure. How many chance he is given? How we know in last two years if Kapali or Tushar Imran was given this much opportunity they wont score more that that. infact Bashar performance in so pathetic in both form of cricket in last two years anyone can do much better then him. When we have so many talented cricket who is doing excellent in domestic cricket ( like Nasmus Sadat) why we are giving him chance after chance. Is a batsman spot in national creat team is so damn cheap?

Here is Bashar’s last 10 test innisg. Please don’t ask me about his recent ODI records. I promise that look even worst then this.


9 v Australia Chittagong 16 Apr 2006
0 v India Chittagong 18 May 2007
4 v India Dhaka 25 May 2007
2 v Sri Lanka Colombo 25 Jun 2007
5 v Sri Lanka Colombo 3 Jul 2007
18 v Sri Lanka Kandy 11 Jul 2007
23 v New Zealand Dunedin 4 Jan 2008
1 v New Zealand Wellington 12 Jan 2008
11 v South Africa Dhaka 22 Feb 2008
2 v South Africa Dhaka 23 Feb 2008


Total runs 75 av 7.5

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Kapali? for what? to solve the mystery behind his failure?

sure that could be one q
otherwise, his rise, fall, recent domestic success, hattrick, his comeback desire, his future plan.

i believe, he is still young and have to offer a lot to bangladesh cricket. Its not too long ago, he was considered most talented after Ashraful. isn't it?
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Please don't include Bashar in this list.

He was a different material.

i agree. Though i dont want bashar in the squad anymore due to his current form but he was way better than other batsman in that category. But his time is up now, he should consider retirement.
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Old February 23, 2008, 02:51 PM
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Dear Miraz Bhai,

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Here is Bashar’s last 10 test innisg. Please don’t ask me about his recent ODI records. I promise that look even worst then this.


9 v Australia Chittagong
0 v India Chittagong 18 May 2007
4 v India Dhaka 25 May 2007
2 v Sri Lanka Colombo 25 Jun 2007
5 v Sri Lanka Colombo 3 Jul 2007
18 v Sri Lanka Kandy 11 Jul 2007
23 v New Zealand Dunedin 4 Jan 2008
1 v New Zealand Wellington 12 Jan 2008
11 v South Africa Dhaka 22 Feb 2008
2 v South Africa Dhaka 23 Feb 2008


Total runs 75 av 7.5
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I said he was a different material, not anymore.

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