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Old October 25, 2011, 01:21 PM
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Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has decided to reactivate the high performance (HP) unit and appoint a foreign coach to run the show again in an effort to bolster development of the players and also of those in the pipeline.

The decision came after BCB president AHM Mustafa Kamal and other board high-ups had a meeting with the national team management yesterday at its Mirpur headquarters after the Tigers' 4-1 series victory over Zimbabwe.

Previously, this programme, especially under the guidance of Australian coach Richard McInnes, produced players like current national team captain Shakib Al Hasan and his deputy Mushfiqur Rahim and the programme got special attention when the teen-heavy national side stunned India in the 2007 World Cup in West Indies.

But suddenly the game's governing body discontinued the programme, citing that it had been incorporated in the National Cricket Academy (NCA), a claim that raised many eyebrows.

"It was our main demand [to reactive the HP unit] when the officials welcomed the suggestions from the national team management during the meeting. Look at the current squad, almost all of the players came from this programme. The tough training at the unit helped us a lot to cope with the intensity of international cricket," said Shakib, who also attended the meeting.

"But we must ensure one thing that it is run in a proper way like we had earlier and not in a way the NCA is running from where we hardly got anything in the last two and a half years," he added.

The HP project was initiated by former BCB president Saber Hossain Chowdhury with a goal to produce international standard players. The subsequent BNP-led government also took further steps to strengthen the project and reaped the benefits. But the departure of McInnes in 2005 brought a grinding halt to this programme, without anyone's notice.

"It was unanimously decided that the programme would be reactivated very soon. We will try to bring a coach from Australia for the HP programme within a very short time. Actually everybody could understand how important the programme was for us," said BCB's media committee chairman Jalal Yunus, who was also present in the meeting.

He also informed that the national team representatives requested the BCB president to consider reactivating the HP unit, which had been the backbone of international selections like the A Team, Under-19 and Age Groups etc., under the BCB with highly-skilled foreign and local coaches imparting comprehensive cricket and life-related training to the up and coming talent


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I say, its a good decision to reactivate the program. We are getting nothing from the Cricket Academy. I hope they hire a good coach like Mckiness for the program.

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Today i was watching the sports insight at ATN news.Talha Zubayer and Tareq Aziz Khan was present there.Both of them said that both of them are over 23 so they will not be selected for the academy.We dont have a fixed A team and A team culture.Now we have lot of players who still have dream about national team.
Both Tareq Aziz and Talha said in off reason it become tough for them to practice.Both of them utter frequently about need of a high performance unit.So i am popping this thread up.
Lotus said in 09 that we are going to have a coach for HP unit in very short period.2 years gone the short period still continued.
Ash,Kapali,Shamsur Rahman,Nazimuddin,Farhad Reza none of them were selected in A team.After the words of both of this exnational player Talha and Tareq Aziz i do feel that we really need a HP unit to nurture some players.If we had the HP unit rather than the Academy in the BCB cup it would have been more competitive.

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Old October 26, 2011, 10:15 AM
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loitta ekta fotkabaaj, mitthuk!
keno Apu? Not that I don't agree, but what does that have to do with the HP decision?
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what are the basic differences between NCA and HP programs other than one had foreign coach and other has local coach. If this is the only difference why don't bring a foreign coach for the NCA!
Isn't the HP more of a boot-camp that can polish the diamond-in-the-rough?
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