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Old September 17, 2011, 09:58 PM
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Default Enough is enough: Now no way but to come out to the road for a protest against BCB president.Wake up BanglaCricket members.

It happens only in Bangladesh ! Despite having enormous popularity of cricket Bangladesh has not improved in test cricket after 10 years of test status.Management of BCB is very poor.In recent times BCB presidest is playing with the Bangladesh cricket.
After coming to post BCB president Lotus Kamal said he will take lot of steps to take cricket up.But what he doing we can see.
1.Last year all first class cricketers went for a strike for improvement of cricket structure.BCB gave hope to the players and Lotus Kamak have done nothing against his commitment.
2.In first 2 years of his tenure, no step were taken to improve cricket.And he explained that he was too much focused on world cup cricket.Which was a funny excuse.
3.In recent times Bangladesh had a very poor series against Zimbabwe.BCB president admitted his fault but after 19 days of his decision he just take and U turn from his decision and without proper protocol he made captain the scapegoat.
This is now clear what he will do if he stays in this post anymore.
From every corner people are telling him to resign.But this brainless political bigoat will not.So now responsibility comes to us.Dear forum mates please come out to the road for a massive protest against him.If you love Bangladesh cricket come to the road.There is no value of typing the keys in banglacricket.Come to the road for a massive protest against Lota Kamal.Arranging a protest has become our duty man.So lets arrange a protest from my beloved BanglaCricket.

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Old September 17, 2011, 10:31 PM
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From every corner people are telling him to resign.But this brainless political bigoat will not.So now responsibility comes to us.Dear forum mates please come out to the road for a massive protest against him.If you love Bangladesh cricket come to the road.There is no value of typing the keys in banglacricket.Come to the road for a massive protest against Lota Kamal.Arranging a protest has become our duty man.So lets arrange a protest from my beloved BanglaCricket.

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You may have not noticed that, majority of BC members, say 70-80% do not reside in Bangladesh and out of remaining % who are in Bangladesh, only 5-10% are active on BC. So, for us, typing against BCB in BC, FB, Twitter is the best possible way to vocal against BCB. In addition, BC is not that famous in Bangladesh in terms of public recognition (some may differ). There are some FB groups who are rather more active and recognized in Bangladesh. So, what we (who are outside of Bangladesh) can do is to communicate and to influence these groups to take initiative against all these ill deeds of BCB officials and Directors.
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Old September 17, 2011, 10:47 PM
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same lyrics in a different band...greed and incompetence have preoccupied these talents in Bd cricket.
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Old September 17, 2011, 10:52 PM
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You may have not noticed that, majority of BC members, say 70-80% do not reside in Bangladesh and out of remaining % who are in Bangladesh, only 5-10% are active on BC. So, for us, typing against BCB in BC, FB, Twitter is the best possible way to vocal against BCB. In addition, BC is not that famous in Bangladesh in terms of public recognition (some may differ). There are some FB groups who are rather more active and recognized in Bangladesh. So, what we (who are outside of Bangladesh) can do is to communicate and to influence these groups to take initiative against all these ill deeds of BCB officials and Directors.
Can you share some popular Fb gorups / page links ? because there are so many
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Old September 17, 2011, 10:55 PM
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Can you share some popular Fb gorups / page links ? because there are so many
some of links of BD players managed by their friends, siblings.
Some of Bangladesh Cricket Fan Pages.

You will find few more if you search on these player's public profile. Not a hard task.
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Old September 17, 2011, 10:57 PM
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It's easy, search pages with our player's names (Bangladesh cricket diye o page search korte hobe). Jei shob page er members beshi those are popular groups.
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Old September 17, 2011, 11:18 PM
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Protest on the street in Bangladesh? MPs, ex-ministers, journalists, university teachers get beaten by police and we are just orniary people!
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Old September 17, 2011, 11:28 PM
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No thanks, I like cricket but I would rather not get beaten by the police trying to protest for a meaningless cause(BD Govt wont kick Kamal out)
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Old September 18, 2011, 03:03 AM
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No thanks, I like cricket but I would rather not get beaten by the police trying to protest for a meaningless cause(BD Govt wont kick Kamal out)
that's the problem with us. too lazy to come out of our comfort zone.
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Old September 18, 2011, 03:19 AM
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that's the problem with us. too lazy to come out of our comfort zone.
Another problem is nije kisu naa kore onnore criticize kora

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Old September 18, 2011, 03:32 AM
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that's the problem with us. too lazy to come out of our comfort zone.
do u live in bangladesh? can u tell us why any reasonable person would want to go protest in the road and get beaten by the police in order to change the cricket board president? its easy to criticize people without knowing anything about the situtation or doing anything about it yourself
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Old September 18, 2011, 05:39 AM
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Another problem is nije kisu naa kore onnore criticize kora

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Yet another problem holo onnyer doosh dhoriye dewa. j/k

We're with you OP bhai...in spirit. A Day of Rage against BCB just might be what the country needs. A precursor to a fully fledged...

!!Down with Lota Kamal!!
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Old September 18, 2011, 06:13 AM
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the best we can do is to create a fund, collect money from BC members, and with that money hire the same "Jharu" so called cric fans who were hired previously by (u know who) to welcome our boys in airport.
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Old September 18, 2011, 06:19 AM
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The day will begin with the intention of doing this to Lotus and gong:

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Old September 18, 2011, 06:21 AM
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But soon, it will turn out like this :

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Old September 18, 2011, 06:35 AM
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Rabz,
That first pic is a classic...lol! Reminds me of Banksy's little girl in the pink dress frisking an Israeli soldier at a check point. But this is even better(!). Banksy will be proud of our Bangladeshi spirit.

http://www.canvastown.com/Army-Search/557.htm
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Old September 18, 2011, 07:15 AM
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Has anything new happened? couldnt get it from the first post.
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Old September 18, 2011, 08:19 AM
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Yet another problem holo onnyer doosh dhoriye dewa. j/k

We're with you OP bhai...in spirit. A Day of Rage against BCB just might be what the country needs. A precursor to a fully fledged...

!!Down with Lota Kamal!!
I think may be only one or two players from our national team ( and the others from A and academy team) can get into some first class cricket team from top cricket-playing nations (exclude Zim here). The rest 13-14 players from the national team, the 30 (around) players from the A team and the Academy team struggle to get into any first class team from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, NZ, WI, Eng, SA, AUS. Any first class team can give our national team hard time. This is the standard of our cricket.

I think I am out of topic (OOT) here.
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Old September 18, 2011, 08:22 AM
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Ekta CEO banaisey jar kono "say" nai. Oi CEO kam ki? Ei ta ekta organization hoilo?
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Old September 18, 2011, 08:33 AM
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Ekta CEO banaisey jar kono "say" nai. Oi CEO kam ki? Ei ta ekta organization hoilo?
CEO ke banano hoyeche CEO namok kedara ta ke olonkrito koriya rakhibar jonno.
Uni momer putul batito ar kichui nohe.
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Old September 18, 2011, 09:06 AM
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there have been so many threads regarding this matter. but fact is, these poeple who occupy the important seats in BCB are so politically strong that a few people from BC going to the streets in protest wouldn't hurt them one bit
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Old September 18, 2011, 10:03 AM
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Problem is: before taking any attempt, you just can't predict. This is another problem of BD people. They would come up with every possible negative aspects before even initiating anything. We have not seen any violence from the government/police/or any sort of security force when a group of people were demonstrating in front of Shaheed Minar before Eid for Road Safety. And truly speaking, they literally managed to pressurize the communication minister and his position. He is under severe threat, not only from the people but also from the donor community.
And why do we always think, protest has to have slogans, jharus and violent words? By being silent you can make a difference! You can just go and stand in front of stadium and show your concern with banners and placards!
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Old September 18, 2011, 10:10 AM
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the best we can do is to create a fund, collect money from BC members, and with that money hire the same "Jharu" so called cric fans who were hired previously by (u know who) to welcome our boys in airport.
that's exactly what I was going to suggest. let the pros take care of the business!

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Old September 18, 2011, 10:22 AM
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Another problem is nije kisu naa kore onnore criticize kora

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when i said us, i included myself too. sorry if i meant to hurt anyone else. i was looking at the mass public of the society in general .
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Old September 18, 2011, 10:30 AM
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"Lotus" bhai er choritro, ful er moto pobitro...
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