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Old March 19, 2011, 12:05 PM
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Default BanglaNews24 Report: Siddons to be Sacked after AUS series

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দেশে যাবেন? না ছুটি নেই। অস্ট্রেলিয়া আসবে, অনুশীলন করাতে হবে।

দক্ষিণ আফ্রিকার কাছে বাজে হার দিয়ে গ্রুপ পর্ব থেকে বিশ্বকাপ অভিযান শেষ করেছে বাংলাদেশ। যদিও বিশ্বকাপ শেষ হবে ২ এপ্রিল ফাইনালের মধ্যদিয়ে। এরপর চার এপ্রিল তিন ম্যাচের একদিনের সিরিজ খেলতে বাংলাদেশ আসবে অস্ট্রেলিয়া। এই সময়ে অনর্থক ঢাকায় পড়ে থাকার কোন মানে হয় না। কিন্তু সে সুযোগ জেমি সিডন্সকে দিচ্ছে না বাংলাদেশ ক্রিকেট বোর্ড (বিসিবি)।

জেমির ছুটি হবে স্থায়ী ভাবে অস্ট্রেলিয়ার বিপক্ষে একদিনের সিরিজ শেষে। বাংলাদেশে সাড়ে তিন বছরের চাকরি জীবনের যবনিকা হবে এই অস্ট্রেলিয়ানের। এনিয়ে কোন সন্দেহ নেই। বিসিবি পরিচালক ও বিশ্বকাপ স্থানীয় আয়োজক কমিটির আহ্বায়ক দেওয়ান শফিউল আরেফিন এই তথ্য দিয়েছেন। তিনি বলেন,“অন্যদের কি হবে জানি না। তবে জেমি সিডন্সকে রাখা হবে না।”

কথায় কথায় ভেতরের কথাও ফাঁস করে দেন শফিউল আরেফিন। “বাংলাদেশ দলটাকে একটা বলয়ের ভেতরে আটকে ফেলেছেন জেমি। যাচ্ছেতাই করেছেন। তাকে তো রাখার প্রশ্নই উঠে না।”

জাতীয় দলের প্রধান কোচ হিসেবে সিডন্স চাকরি নেন ২০০৭ সালের শেষের দিকে। বাংলাদেশ দল নিয়ে প্রথম সফর করেন নিউজিল্যান্ডে। ওই সফর আশানুরূপ না হলেও ধীরেই উন্নতি করে বাংলাদেশ। যার সুফল পেয়েছে ওয়েস্ট ইন্ডিজ, জিম্বাবুয়ে এবং দেশের মাঠে নিউজিল্যান্ডের বিপক্ষে। ত্রিদেশীয় সিরিজের ফাইনালে খেলাও বড় সাফল্যের মধ্যে পড়ে। এছাড়া ইংল্যান্ডের মাঠে ইংল্যান্ডকে হারিয়ে দেওয়ার ঘটনাও ঘটেছে সিডন্সের সময়ে। বাংলাদেশ দল সাফল্য পাওয়াতেই ২০১১ সালের জুন পর্যন্ত তার চুক্তির মেয়াদ বাড়ানো হয়।

ব্যর্থতার পাল্লাও ভারি। টি-টোয়েন্টি বিশ্বকাপে প্রথম রাউন্ড থেকে বিদায় নেওয়া। ২০০৮ সালে দেশের মাঠে দক্ষিণ আফ্রিকার কাছে টেস্ট এবং একদিনের সিরিজে বাজে ভাবে ধবলধোলাই হওয়া। ওই বছর পাকিস্তান সফরে পাঁচ ম্যাচ একদিনের সিরিজে বাংলাদেশ দলের বিপর্যয়। অস্ট্রেলিয়া সফরে তিন ম্যাচ একদিনের সিরিজে ধবলধোলাই। আরো অনেক ঘটনা আছে।

কোচকে রাখার বিষয়ে অধিনায়ক সাকিব আল হাসানের কাছেও তার মতামত জানতে চাওয়া হয়েছিলো। অধিনায়ক বিষয়টিকে সরাসরি বোর্ডের ওপরে চাপিয়ে দিয়েছেন।
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Old March 19, 2011, 12:23 PM
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কথায় কথায় ভেতরের কথাও ফাঁস করে দেন শফিউল আরেফিন। “বাংলাদেশ দলটাকে একটা বলয়ের ভেতরে আটকে ফেলেছেন জেমি। যাচ্ছেতাই করেছেন। তাকে তো রাখার প্রশ্নই উঠে না।”
A bit too soon for this Shafiul Arefin guy to speak about this matter no? Anyway we'll just have to wait till april to see if its true then. Hope it is.
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Old March 19, 2011, 12:32 PM
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That was what supposed to happen after such a poor performance by the team......does not matter how hard the coach tries.....all blame is always imposed on the coach at the end of the day....well thats our nature!!! If Jemmie did whatever he wanted during his tenure then why did BCB extend his contract till june 2011?
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Old March 19, 2011, 12:39 PM
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Why wait another series if u gonna sack him anyway, then why wait.

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Old March 19, 2011, 12:43 PM
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this series is just right away after the world cup. that is why waiting for that. and the contract also ends then too.
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Old March 19, 2011, 12:44 PM
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Why wait another series if u gonna sack him anyway, then why wait.

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Old March 19, 2011, 12:54 PM
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Old March 19, 2011, 12:55 PM
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You think it's the coaches fault? It's not Siddons fault theres no brains in bangladesh cricket. The talent in the country of 150 million people like we keep dreaming of isn't there. Bengali people aren't really exceptional at anything. We need to start looking for talent overseas instead, like the Imran Tahirs and the rejects of other national cricket teams. They can play much better than the shitty players we have now.
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Old March 19, 2011, 12:56 PM
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Shame on you Bangladesh fans and management. Players are exulted in success and the failure is only the coach's responsibility!!!!!! This has been the history of Bangladesh cricket. No matter what you teach, the 11 of a particular match are responsible for performace. Even if you bring the best coach of the world you can't perform because Bangaldesh players lack that temperament and need a bit more skill. Let them be men and accept the responsibility. Let the fans too admit that Bangaladesh didn't deserve a spot in the quarter final. This will be the first step for future success.
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Old March 19, 2011, 01:06 PM
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Totally agreed. Coach can not play the game for the players so why he has to go. Players should be penalized with their match fee. We need a good domestic infrastructure and invite best bowlers to participate so that we can groom young talents. I cant imagine players like Nayeem have centuries in domestic league.

We can keep JS for academy or for test matches.

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Shame on you Bangladesh fans and management. Players are exulted in success and the failure is only the coach's responsibility!!!!!! This has been the history of Bangladesh cricket. No matter what you teach, the 11 of a particular match are responsible for performace. Even if you bring the best coach of the world you can't perform because Bangaldesh players lack that temperament and need a bit more skill. Let them be men and accept the responsibility. Let the fans too admit that Bangaladesh didn't deserve a spot in the quarter final. This will be the first step for future success.
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Old March 19, 2011, 01:19 PM
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"Nachte na janle uthan baka"...da motto of our BCB....

Kono dosh hoilei, its the coach to be blamed - ei mentality thakle jiboneo desh er cricket er unnoti hobe nah...when you are disgusted, you try to find the next possible person to blame....I am not saying Jamie is an angel, all i am saying is that....IF you can blame him for all faults, he should therefore be given due respect for whatever he has done for the Bangladesh team ...now shoudnt this be fair...?

Players der vul dekhbe na kew...management er vul dekhbe na kew...the coach does not go and play on the field, his apprentices/players do....but off course, nijer vul ke dekhe...!!

I don know, whats in siddon's fate...but yah, i know that i respect him for what ever achievements our team got from his tenure...
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Shame on you Bangladesh fans and management. Players are exulted in success and the failure is only the coach's responsibility!!!!!! This has been the history of Bangladesh cricket. No matter what you teach, the 11 of a particular match are responsible for performace. Even if you bring the best coach of the world you can't perform because Bangaldesh players lack that temperament and need a bit more skill. Let them be men and accept the responsibility. Let the fans too admit that Bangaladesh didn't deserve a spot in the quarter final. This will be the first step for future success.
This is the nature of profession sports. But there is justification here.

You can drop a player or two for continued bad performance or negative impact on the team. When the WHOLE team fails twice in a world cup in the fashion we did, the person taking the fall HAS to be the HEAD COACH.

With the same mistakes being repeated, it means one of three things.. (1) The coach did not get the players he wanted, (2) He did not teach/coach/prepare successfully or (3) He is unable to get through to these players.

Now there was never a doubt about the ability of the players in the XV. They whitewashed a Kiwi side, beat an English side and as most of Siddons-apologists/defenders will tell you are a far more improved BD side than any other imaginable. So that leaves 2 or 3. Either way, the Head Coach needs to be changed. Whether its a sacking or not extending the contract thats just details.

Personally, now that the decision is made about not extending and if the AUS result has no impact on his future with BCB, there is no need to keep him around for those 3 matches. IP and JF have enough experience to manage without him for a 3 ODI series until a decision is made on his replacement.
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Old March 19, 2011, 01:31 PM
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Personally, now that the decision is made about not extending and if the AUS result has no impact on his future with BCB, there is no need to keep him around for those 3 matches. IP and JF have enough experience to manage without him for a 3 ODI series until a decision is made on his replacement.
I have to say I am puzzled why BCB want Siddons to stick around for another series, if they have made up their mind not to renew his contract! Let the guy go!
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Is that necessary to prove that we are uncivilized? His contract has not been renewed, so why we need to sack him. He will leave anyway. fficeffice" />
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You think it's the coaches fault? It's not Siddons fault theres no brains in bangladesh cricket. The talent in the country of 150 million people like we keep dreaming of isn't there. Bengali people aren't really exceptional at anything. We need to start looking for talent overseas instead, like the Imran Tahirs and the rejects of other national cricket teams. They can play much better than the shitty players we have now.
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I have to say I am puzzled why BCB want Siddons to stick around for another series, if they have made up their mind not to renew his contract! Let the guy go!
contract terms would be my guess.
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contract terms would be my guess.
Its not a matter of contract terms or anything. Its just that the Aussies come here on the 4 of April that is literally two days after the world cup final. So they don't want the team to be without a coach for that.
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Old March 19, 2011, 04:11 PM
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With the same mistakes being repeated, it means one of three things.. (1) The coach did not get the players he wanted, (2) He did not teach/coach/prepare successfully or (3) He is unable to get through to these players.
you missed the fourth option: (4) The players are just not good enough.
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Old March 19, 2011, 04:25 PM
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TBH I give a damn,changing coach er cheye replacing a few inconsistent batsmen is more important.
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TBH I give a damn,changing coach er cheye replacing a few inconsistent batsmen is more important.
Why blaming only coach? BCB, Players, Selectors all have to share the responsibilities now. Current BCB administration bangladesh cricketkey pongu kore felechhe. We need a deep cleaning if we want our cricket to be survived IMO.
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Siddons has already taken enough money and done enough damage to Bangladesh cricket. His departure was always on the card since he tried to make a Golla out of Ashraful. He survived all these years only because we, both the BCB and fans, suck in professionalism.
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contract terms would be my guess.
Well, now that he knows he does not have a future in Bangladesh, it may be quite possible to work out a deal with him (pay him half of the salary that BCB owe him for the remaining of the contract or something like that). In this situation, dragging him along the team won't be beneficial for the team (or him).
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Tutul is talking about this! He seems to be an ambassador of Bangladesh cricket these days. A former national team football player playing important role in national cricket!!! Only possible in Bangladesh!!! Politics at its worst!!!
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Old March 20, 2011, 01:11 AM
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What I ve obsereved in Bangladesh cricket is its hastiness and throughout it has been seriously overrating itself. It was hasty for test status when it was not evena quarter of a decent side and Greenidge had to pay for being realistic about Bangladesh's standing then.
What the fans and the management must realize now is that Bangladesh is still not up there. It has certainly improved a bit thanks to being part of the big league for more than a decade and because of the committment of the management, coaching staff and the players themselves.

But the improvement will be slow. My suggesstion is that this coach and the team must be retained until the next World Cup and I am sure Bangladesh will pull off a surprise.
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Siddons has already taken enough money and done enough damage to Bangladesh cricket. His departure was always on the card since he tried to make a Golla out of Ashraful. He survived all these years only because we, both the BCB and fans, suck in professionalism.
Very well said.
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