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Old July 20, 2014, 11:03 AM
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Default High Performance & Under 19

So it has been a couple of months since Richard McIness left the High Performance Manager role. As usual BCB isnt bothered by the lack of succession. The academy which trains the future hopefuls of the country is without a leader. The Under 19 team which is one of the main breeding ground for talent has been without a proper coach since 2005-06 when Allistair de Winter left.

So much of energy and thinking is going into Shakib, BPL corruption etc, that the talent pipeline is being neglected. Past BCB administrations under Saber Hossain, Ali Asghar were a lot more focused on developing cricket from grass root level. Sadly Mustafa Kamal and Papon the great are least bothered.

All BCB needs to do is approach either one of Aminul Islam or Mohammad Salahuddin or Khaled Mashud and give them a 2 year contract with work as the academy coach. Given them sufficient time work with the players long enough to be able to have an impact on their technique and minset.

A more challenging approach would be targeting a foreign coach with great track record in nurturing talent. Robin Singh's name was suggested in the past, and would have been a top class appointment. Romesh Kaluwitharana, Ruwan Kalpage are Sri Lankan candidates who could do a good job with our youngsters.

Our approach with the Under 19 team these days is to prepare them just before the World Cup or a series. Last World Cup, Sarwar Imran was asked to join less than a month before the tournament and rescue them. Huge contrast to the days of McIness, De Winter who had the chance to work with Under 19 players for a long duration. Pretty sure if we advertise the position we might be able to attract a young coach like our favorite Aussie duo. But the intention simply isnt there. Its been almost 10 years since De Winter left. What have we been doing?

Infrastructure, domestic cricket cant be fixed in a year. But at least having good coaches at foundation level will ensure players graduate to higher levels with stronger basics and understanding of the game. But for some reason Nazmul Hasan and co think we can do without these appointments. Wonder how much longer they ll spend on the Shakib saga instead of focusing on what could really benefit our cricket.
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Old July 20, 2014, 11:05 AM
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Oh btw, according to New Age, BCB to appoint permanent CEO. Funny thing the current acting CEO is going to lose the acting title and become CEO. A lot of our problems have happened under his term. Isnt it a good idea to start looking for a more professional CEO.

Or does BCB think removal of the acting title will make Mr. Nizamuddin a better CEO.
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Old July 20, 2014, 11:34 AM
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The less we talk about BCB, the better.
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Old July 20, 2014, 12:04 PM
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so now, even our young players are getting doomed ... ... ...
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Old July 20, 2014, 01:39 PM
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Nazimuddin is a brutal slogger...not a ceo material!
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Old July 20, 2014, 05:47 PM
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Nazimuddin is a brutal slogger...not a ceo material!
BCB wants to persist with this guy means they are happy to have this pet.
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Old August 5, 2014, 09:22 PM
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http://www.thedailystar.net/sports/c...l-chorus-35912

This is so important, yet BCB has forgotten about it already after McIness's departure in April.
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