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Old August 6, 2012, 04:27 AM
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Showing dissention at umpire's decision will get you the math referees hammer. Now to be sent home - he must have done something really egregious.
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Old August 6, 2012, 04:58 AM
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There is defo something more than just showing dissent to an umpire...and we should reserve judgement until we know all the facts.
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Old August 6, 2012, 05:31 AM
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^^ Mone hochche roja romjan er mashe mofees er khida ektu beshi lege giyechilo.
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Old August 6, 2012, 12:38 PM
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Dude, don't mess with the head coach ....
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Old August 7, 2012, 12:13 AM
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The guys still 26 and i believe he still has lot left in him. Even with his slump he still averages over 30 in ODI. Quite rare for a Bangladeshi batsmen. Theres something wrong with him which he needs to figure out, mindset, technique, confidence and so on.

This is where McIness should be utilized. The academy should not only be for emerging players, but also work with guys like Nafees who are struggling on the fringes.
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Old August 7, 2012, 03:52 AM
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The full extent of the offence would probably not be known to us but there definitely has to be more to this story than showing dissent at the umpire. If the offense was so grave then why was he let off with a warning from match referee?
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Old August 7, 2012, 04:13 AM
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The guys still 26 and i believe he still has lot left in him. Even with his slump he still averages over 30 in ODI. Quite rare for a Bangladeshi batsmen. Theres something wrong with him which he needs to figure out, mindset, technique, confidence and so on.

This is where McIness should be utilized. The academy should not only be for emerging players, but also work with guys like Nafees who are struggling on the fringes.
Do you believe he is 26 as of today ?
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Old August 7, 2012, 04:15 AM
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Do you believe he is 26 as of today ?
He ages in Mfees years bro. You need to read the "official" number from right to left and then divide by 2 this year (62/2).
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I really hope we don't get to see SN in the squad unless he does really well in the domestic. Since his comeback the only two innings that I can think of is 98 in Tests and 75 odd in the NZ banglawash series.

I think it's because of his beard and short hair
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Old August 7, 2012, 06:52 AM
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I really hope we don't get to see SN in the squad unless he does really well in the domestic. Since his comeback the only two innings that I can think of is 98 in Tests and 75 odd in the NZ banglawash series.

I think it's because of his beard and short hair
Its because he has been crap recently. However, the others are as crap as mofees Naeem, rokibul, shahriar nafees, all are test batsman yet they make Indian trundlers look like McGrath
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Ok...Here is the Update

Nafees is back for A team.

Shahriar Nafees is set to return to the Bangladesh A team for the four-day match against the West Indies' High Performance Centre side from September 22, after the Bangladesh Cricket Board's disciplinary committee lifted restrictions on his selection. The left-hand opener was sent home last month before the third and final four-day match in the Shafi Darashah competition in Bangalore after his reaction to an umpiring decision during the A team's second match.

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Old September 11, 2012, 11:48 AM
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This is good S N will be back. But his performance with the bat is really poor. Despite having lot of chances he never proved his worth.
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Old September 11, 2012, 11:58 AM
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BCB and it's officials! Dhaliwood pail !!

Now, my question: Why was Nafees sent home at the first place? The decision was a shameful one for our cricket and country. I want disciplinary action against coach and team officials as Nafees is clear from wrong-doing.
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^^ I agree... get nanu and the coach...
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Disciplinary Committee cautions Shahriar Nafees

Batsman Shahriar Nafees Ahmed appeared at a hearing of the Bangladesh Cricket Board’s Disciplinary Committee today (Wednesday). Nafees was summoned to explain his behavior during the recent tour of the Bangladesh A Team to India where he was captain of the side before being sent home on grounds the team management deemed as a ‘breach of discipline’.

The Disciplinary Committee also spoke to members of the A Team Management and the BCB Observer on Tour and based on the official reports and eyewitness accounts the player was found to be in violation of team rules and discipline.

“We are convinced that the A Team Management had no other option but to send the player home from India as his conduct in certain cases on and off the field were a clear case of disciplinary breach. The Team Management decision was necessary to uphold the image of the BCB and Bangladesh cricket.

“Nafees has accepted the charges against him. He has been strictly cautioned. The Committee has recommended to the Board that his conduct and behavior be observed for six months from the time of the A Team Tour of India and that he should be automatically suspended if he commits the same breach. In such a case he may be fined depending on the gravity of the misconduct,” said Disciplinary Committee Chairman Sirajuddin Md. Alamgir.

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Old September 12, 2012, 10:14 AM
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SN is a lost cause. I don't see him any place for him in T20 and ODI. He had a chance to prove himself in longer version in India tour. But he failed terribly on that one as well.
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Old September 12, 2012, 10:34 AM
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SN is a lost cause. I don't see him any place for him in T20 and ODI. He had a chance to prove himself in longer version in India tour. But he failed terribly on that one as well.
I disagree. Sure SN hasn't been doing very well as of late but due to the lack of quality top order batsmen, he'll be in the fringes. Do you see the likes of Imrul, Junaid, Nazimuddin and Shamsur lighting the world up with runs? They're also struggling very much. And out of the U19 guys, only Anamul looks ready. So we can't rule SN out yet. We have to understand that he's a very experienced batsman in international cricket and has made big scores at this level. That being said though, he has to prove himself at the domestic and A team level before he thinks about the national team again.
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Old September 12, 2012, 10:39 AM
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I disagree. Sure SN hasn't been doing very well as of late but due to the lack of quality top order batsmen, he'll be in the fringes. Do you see the likes of Imrul, Junaid, Nazimuddin and Shamsur lighting the world up with runs? They're also struggling very much. And out of the U19 guys, only Anamul looks ready. So we can't rule SN out yet. We have to understand that he's a very experienced batsman in international cricket and has made big scores at this level. That being said though, he has to prove himself at the domestic and A team level before he thinks about the national team again.
ODI and T20 teams is almost settled. In Test, TI-Kayes or TI- Nazim will open and the only number 3 is up for grabs. Jahurul, Junaid, Anamul, Mominul (did well in India), and SN will fight for this one spot. It will be very hard for him esp since Anamul and Mominul is starting to look good.
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SN is a lost cause. I don't see him any place for him in T20 and ODI. He had a chance to prove himself in longer version in India tour. But he failed terribly on that one as well.
nafees scored a 97 on the last test we played, now i dont care what he has been doing since, he should get a chance in the next test we play..we mix up formats, the guy did well in the last test why drop him because he couldn't cope well in the t20/A teams tours...Int test cricket>>>> A team tours
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Old September 12, 2012, 11:33 AM
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nafees scored a 97 on the last test we played, now i dont care what he has been doing since, he should get a chance in the next test we play..we mix up formats, the guy did well in the last test why drop him because he couldn't cope well in the t20/A teams tours...Int test cricket>>>> A team tours
And he scored a duck on the last innings he played. His last 6 test scores are 7,18,0,28,97, and 0. He now starts hitting every ball as soon as he comes to the crease. I noticed he wants to take advantage of the open field as the opposition has more slips and close fielders early in the innings. He seems very confused.

I had high hopes for him too. But our last test was played so many months ago. Since then he has been in poor form in domestic circuits. The selectors might give SN 1-2 more series and he need to take advantage of them. While he lost his form few other players (Anamul, Mominul) have started to come up. If he doesn't start scoring lots of runs, these players will take his spot.
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Old September 12, 2012, 11:33 AM
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nafees scored a 97 on the last test we played, now i dont care what he has been doing since, he should get a chance in the next test we play..we mix up formats, the guy did well in the last test why drop him because he couldn't cope well in the t20/A teams tours...Int test cricket>>>> A team tours
Agree. According to last match performance, he definitely deserve one more chance in test
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Old September 12, 2012, 11:44 AM
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The series against WI HP team will be his acid test. We simply can't write anyone off because we don't have bunch of Tendulkars sitting on the pipeline. SN deserves some opportunities to prove his talent. If he fails, we can always look for other alternatives..

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And he scored a duck on the last innings he played. His last 6 test scores are 7,18,0,28,97, and 0. He now starts hitting every ball as soon as he comes to the crease. I noticed he wants to take advantage of the open field as the opposition has more slips and close fielders early in the innings. He seems very confused.

I had high hopes for him too. But our last test was played so many months ago. Since then he has been in poor form in domestic circuits. The selectors might give SN 1-2 more series and he need to take advantage of them. While he lost his form few other players (Anamul, Mominul) have started to come up. If he doesn't start scoring lots of runs, these players will take his spot.
His Test avg was about a 30 in 2011 with 3 fifties. Not saying that's great but not bad either for our standards. I agree that Anamul and Mominul are breathing down his neck now but they're still very young and we're still not sure how they'll fare. Even if they do well, we still need a sufficient amount of backups if any of our top order batsmen get injured.
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hopefully mominul and anamul will come in and do alright. at this stage i'd be happy with SN as a back-up, honestly he's still one of our best hopes as a starter especially if we hold off on anamul and mominul or if they're not quite ready. but SN definitely has points to improve on.
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Old September 12, 2012, 10:52 PM
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BCB toughens Nafees stance
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The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) took a harsher stance regarding disciplinary action against left-handed batsman Shahriar Nafees as president AHM Mustafa Kamal was not happy with the recommendation of the disciplinary committee.

The 'suspended sentence' on the left-handed batsman remained but as per the new decision a six-month ban and financial penalty will be imposed on Nafees if he makes the same mistake in his future career.

The announcement was made after Kamal met with chief selector Akram Khan and the disciplinary committee chairman Sirajuddin Mohammad Alamgir on Wednesday.

The disciplinary committee's earlier decision on Tuesday stated that a two-match ban will be enforced if Nafees repeats the offence within the next six months.

“We made the changes after discussing the matter with our president (AHM Mustafa Kamal),” said Alamgir.

After this decision the till recently out-of-favour batsman is now available for selection and chief selector Akram Khan said yesterday that they will include the left-hander in the A team for the series against the West Indies High Performance team which arrived yesterday.

Nafees, captain during the Bangladesh A team's tour of India, was sent home before the third match due to a breach of disciple and to date had not been considered for selection.


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