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Old August 10, 2009, 11:13 AM
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Default The mindset of Ashraful

Let me first say, well done to Ash for finally running into form, albeit against substandard opposition. But, as we have recently learned to accept here at BC, "A win is a win is a win".

Depspite his good form, I was a little concerned about his latest comment after the first win in the BD-Zim ODI series:

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"As I am no longer the captain, therefore I have got to perform with the bat if I want to keep my place in the side."


Mohammad Ashraful provides the reason for his batting revival
[source: cricinfo]

So, according to this, Ash was not batting to an acceptable standard when he was captain because he felt his captaincy would guarantee his place in the side? Is that the right mentality of a captain - to merely be concerned about keeping his place in the side?? I am amazed that such a self-centred player has assumed the role of captain of the Bangladesh cricket team - a role that requires selflessness, and a singular desire to succeed as a team. What a disgracful attitude!
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Old August 10, 2009, 11:18 AM
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abar shuru hoise.. miya chaira denna for some days..
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Old August 10, 2009, 11:37 AM
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jabbar bhai..actually ash could not explain the thing in a proper manner. I think he wanted to tell that now he have to work hard to gain his place in team!
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Old August 10, 2009, 11:53 AM
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jabbar bhai..actually ash could not explain the thing in a proper manner. I think he wanted to tell that now he have to work hard to gain his place in team!
Correct. The question was posed as had the lift of captaincy released the burden from his shoulder and thus he is performing? (something similar)

Pola'ta thik moto uttor ditey parey nai first'a and then he says yea released pressure. That's all. Watch the presentation ceremony from Mo's thread. It is there.
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Old August 10, 2009, 11:53 AM
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আশরাফুল কোনদিন শান্তিতে থাকতে পারবে বলে আমার মনে হয় না...
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Old August 10, 2009, 12:13 PM
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Leave ash Alone...

He shouldn't have ans it like that.
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Old August 10, 2009, 01:05 PM
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I also noticed that odd comment. My interpretation was also same. I also thought it’s because of his poor communication skill and inability to express his opinion properly. If that is the case, then the less he talks to the press the better it is for him and the team. This time he is performing, therefore this kind of comments will not be over analyzed. However the same type of comment(s) would create lot of problem for him if he would say something like that after the WI TEST series before the ODI series (for example).

He need to understand he is indeed in show business; as sports is also part of show business now days and player(s) with more charisma (along with some success) get the most attention, money and pride as well as scrutiny and criticism.

He need to learn when to open his mouth and when not to; and further more when he open his mouth, he need to make sure he answers “to the point” and not create opportunity to interpret differently.
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Old August 10, 2009, 01:13 PM
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The same comment never came from HaBa when he was the ultimate passenger on the team dressing as captain . Ash at least realizes the situation which HaBa never did. I bet HaBa still thinks he is the best. I interpret Ash's comment it on its face value. If he doesn't perform, he will be out. Good realization and he is getting runs, which is of paramount importance for us.
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Old August 10, 2009, 01:16 PM
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কি চমৎকার দেখা গেলো
নয়া সুতা খুলে গেলো

কি চমৎকার দেখা গেলো
লাইন দিয়ে বসে গেলো

কি চমৎকার দেখা গেলো
ছড়ার নামে মজা হলো
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Old August 10, 2009, 01:58 PM
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We nit-pick too much. May be we all need a hobby besides BC.
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Old August 10, 2009, 03:34 PM
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কি চমৎকার দেখা গেলো
নয়া সুতা খুলে গেলো

কি চমৎকার দেখা গেলো
লাইন দিয়ে বসে গেলো

কি চমৎকার দেখা গেলো
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Old August 10, 2009, 03:38 PM
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http://www.prothom-alo.net/V1/mcat.n...5ODU0&mid=OA==

Ei article ta porlei bujhte parben Ash er mindset ta ki..
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Old August 10, 2009, 04:41 PM
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I know Ash's mindset, now I just learnt the mindset of some of you.
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Old August 10, 2009, 05:05 PM
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We nit-pick too much. May be we all need a hobby besides BC.
After reading all the comments on Ash, nearly everyone scrutinizes and analyse each word that comes out of Ash's mouth.

My interpretation is that he meant that he has to perform to maintain a place in the National team, and that he is free from the burden of captaincy. Poor Ash, he just cannot express himself properly in English, maybe, he should have tried saying it in Bangla.

Now, if he fails to score any meaningful runs in the next ODI, he will once again be the bashing boy. Now, he is sort of elevated, but see how quickly he will be floored if he fails to come up to expectation.
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Old August 10, 2009, 05:13 PM
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I think it is now a tradition to bash Ash one day and compare him with Tendulker the next. Comes with being a Bangaldesh cricket fan, I suppose.
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Old August 10, 2009, 05:19 PM
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... oh... poor little boy he is always victimized... no matter what he say…. no matter what he do... people always find fault in him.... scrutinize him.... still hate him....he just scored a century.... instead of opening 100 new threads they disrespected him and opened only few new threads that you can count with your fingers...and now this thread trying to demonize him.... oh poor helpless boy ..oh this poor innocent boy…who cannot express himself to some people’s expectation….he means one thing…they think another thing. I feel so sorry for him.... all these hyena are all after him to eat him alive... even after he scored a century with scarifying his blood and sweat.... this indeed a casse of national tragedy... I feel soooo sorry, I feel like crying....
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Old August 10, 2009, 05:33 PM
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... oh... poor little boy he is always victimized... no matter what he say…. no matter what he do... people always find fault in him.... scrutinize him.... still hate him....he just scored a century.... instead of opening 100 new threads they disrespected him and opened only few new threads that you can count with your fingers...and now this thread trying to demonize him.... oh poor helpless boy ..oh this poor innocent boy…who cannot express himself to some people’s expectation….he means one thing…they think another thing. I feel so sorry for him.... all these hyena are all after him to eat him alive... even after he scored a century with scarifying his blood and sweat.... this indeed a casse of national tragedy... I feel soooo sorry, I feel like crying....


Seriously mamu, we're obsessed with him. I can bet he doesn't give a stinking rats @*** about what we think of him. It is us, who have the problem
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Old August 10, 2009, 05:37 PM
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so far i'm happy tht ash is concentrating on his batting........

but, when he was a captain he said tht "i don't feel any pressure when i'm batting" now he is saying tht....." i am relaxed......i'm not thinking about other stuff"

that means he had pressures when he was a captain.........

jodi shea pressure feel kore thakto tahole shea shathe shathe BC te janaito........ba deshbashi ke janaito je ami battingea concentrate korte parchi na as a captain...........jodi eita bolto tahole etodin public ash re bash bolto na.......
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Are dhur miahs! Eikhane Quran-Hadis-er logic dia kisu khujle oibo? Ei bhabe khujle proti 4ta statement-e 5ta contradiction khuija paiben. Khurakhuri charen, pilishhh; phor god'sh shake.
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Old August 10, 2009, 11:26 PM
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Keep Ash away from Monalisa.
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Old August 11, 2009, 12:00 AM
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LOL !!! thts wy Ash plays much better in Away series than Home Series !
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Old August 11, 2009, 12:08 AM
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Ash was ignited by some comments from R.Price. After he hit Price for the 4th boundary in an over; he walked up to price too agreesively and showed him the ball outside the boundary rope & probably told him to bring it back. Some other umpires would have probably fined him for that.

He continued smashing price in his subsequent overs as well, until he was close to his hundred. He even surviced two partial chances.

He was clearly in angry young man type mindset on that day. And everything worked well for him. Lets see if he continues to show similar mind set.
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Unless Ash starts to perform consistently, we should not spend so time analyzing every comment he makes.
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... oh... poor little boy he is always victimized... no matter what he say…. no matter what he do... people always find fault in him.... scrutinize him.... still hate him....he just scored a century.... instead of opening 100 new threads they disrespected him and opened only few new threads that you can count with your fingers...and now this thread trying to demonize him.... oh poor helpless boy ..oh this poor innocent boy…who cannot express himself to some people’s expectation….he means one thing…they think another thing. I feel so sorry for him.... all these hyena are all after him to eat him alive... even after he scored a century with scarifying his blood and sweat.... this indeed a casse of national tragedy... I feel soooo sorry, I feel like crying....
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Wrong interpretation of ststement. Anti "****" Concept.
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