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Old February 25, 2005, 09:59 PM
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Default Next U-19 team for U-19 WC 2006

There are quite a few young players coming through the ranks and next U-19 WC will be an exiting tournament to follow, I guess. The team may look like as follows:

Batsman:
Golam Rahman
Rakibul Hasan
Mehrab Hussain Jr.
Shamsur Rahman
Sakib Al Hasan

Keeper:
Dhiman Ghosh
Mushfiqur Rahim

Pace bowling :
No idea!

Btw, who will host next U-19 tournament?
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Old February 26, 2005, 12:19 AM
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I dont think Dhiman will play another U-19 World Cup so they will just go with Mushfiqur (who is btw more talented and also younger).

On the bowling side, Dolar Mahmud will be leading the pace bowling side while Suhrawadi Suvro(another SLA!) will be the main spinner. Suhrawadi Suvro is having a good round in the National Championship and Khaled Mashud thinks he is bowling as good as Enamul Haque Jnr (hopefully it has nothing to do with the fact that Suhrawadi Suvro is also from the north-eastern part of the country). The emergence of so many quality SlAs(Suvro,Saqibul,Nabil,Arafat and Enamul) would make sure that we will have to field 2 SLAs in every match(test or ODI) for the next 15-20 years.

On the batting side, it's good to see atlast quality left handed batsman are coming up the ranks, and it looks like within the next 7 years we will have an equal share of right handed and left handed batsmen in our lineup.

Edited on, February 26, 2005, 5:21 AM GMT, by planificador y crítico.
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Old February 26, 2005, 12:20 AM
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Edited on, February 26, 2005, 5:20 AM GMT, by planificador y crítico.
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Old February 26, 2005, 12:47 AM
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where did Pilot say that about Shuvro? Exciting.

Could we trade some of our SLAs to other countries for some quality batsmen.
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Old February 26, 2005, 12:50 AM
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where did Pilot say that about Shuvro? Exciting.

Could we trade some of our SLAs to other countries for some quality batsmen.
Read the sports section of Prothom-Alo(the match report of Rajshahi vs Sylhet).
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Old February 26, 2005, 05:36 AM
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These SLAs not not as good as they are made out to be. Had that been the case, most major teams would not score 500+ runs most of the time against Bangladesh bowling( which include these SLAs as well).
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Old February 26, 2005, 06:12 PM
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where did Pilot say that about Shuvro? Exciting.

Could we trade some of our SLAs to other countries for some quality batsmen.
wish it worked like that, the way those major league sports run in North America. But this international cricket we are talking about!
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Old February 26, 2005, 06:17 PM
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Quote:
Originally posted by Zephaniah
There are quite a few young players coming through the ranks and next U-19 WC will be an exiting tournament to follow, I guess. The team may look like as follows:

Batsman:
Golam Rahman
Rakibul Hasan
Mehrab Hussain Jr.
Shamsur Rahman
Sakib Al Hasan

Keeper:
Dhiman Ghosh
Mushfiqur Rahim

Pace bowling :
No idea!

Btw, who will host next U-19 tournament?
What are their ages? Any idea?
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Old February 26, 2005, 06:18 PM
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What about the 8 fast bowlers discovered during the GP Pacer hunt? What are their ages? One or two of them may be eligable to play the U-19 WC.
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some really bold predictions! who is Golam Rahman. Shamsur Rahman above Shakib. Mushfique and Dhiman in same category!! fast forward 10 years and everything is different.

nice thread
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Mufi... I think that ur gonna get some warning for bumping up a thread that was not active for over a decade.
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I always feel a tinge of sadness when old threads are bumped.

So many posters, so many posts, just left here untouched. For all we know the above posters all died years ago and are nothing but bones in the dirt, yet here, in this thread, they're alive in some small way, preserved in time.....

Damn.....
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Where's Tamim ???
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Old August 13, 2015, 01:36 PM
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Mufi'er shotti warning khawa'r time ashchey.
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On Topic I wonder why OP didn't mention Nazmus Sadat. He was one of the meanest, badass, SLA and opener in that team. Later on over shadowed by Shakib.
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I always feel a tinge of sadness when old threads are bumped.

So many posters, so many posts, just left here untouched. For all we know the above posters all died years ago and are nothing but bones in the dirt, yet here, in this thread, they're alive in some small way, preserved in time.....

Damn.....
True. Zephaniah was a regular poster when I first joined. I joined 11+ years ago and back in those days no one on BC had much more than 5,000 posts I reckon. ATMR was the first to break the 10K barrier around World Cup 2007 I think.

There were also ZERO ***official*** threads back then. It was all unofficial in those days, haha.
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some really bold predictions! who is Golam Rahman. Shamsur Rahman above Shakib. Mushfique and Dhiman in same category!! fast forward 10 years and everything is different.

nice thread
where did you find this bold predictions?, OP didn't rate anybody above anybody, he just mentioned the U19 team's batsman, Mushfique and Dhiman in the same category because they belong in the same category i.e WK

another poster mentioned we need to go with Mushfik as he is far more talented then Dhiman
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I always feel a tinge of sadness when old threads are bumped.

So many posters, so many posts, just left here untouched. For all we know the above posters all died years ago and are nothing but bones in the dirt, yet here, in this thread, they're alive in some small way, preserved in time.....

Damn.....
U remember saifullah Khan jem?
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