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Old November 16, 2011, 04:44 PM
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আসলে মোস্তফা কামাল আই সি সির ভাইস-প্রেসিডেন্ট হওয়ার জন্য পাকিস্তানের সমর্থন প্রয়োজন। আর তাই এর জন্য যেকোন কিছু করতে প্রস্তুত। এ জন্য ক্রিকেটারদের বিপদে ঠেলে দিতেও তার কোন দ্বিধা নাই।
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Old November 16, 2011, 06:11 PM
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Pakistane gele ami sudhu chaibo amar playerra safe thakuk !!!! joi chai na kintu safety chai.
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Old November 17, 2011, 03:42 AM
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Since we don't want & afraid for security so it would be better not to be sent our passionate players in danger.
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Old November 17, 2011, 04:21 AM
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আসলে মোস্তফা কামাল আই সি সির ভাইস-প্রেসিডেন্ট হওয়ার জন্য পাকিস্তানের সমর্থন প্রয়োজন। আর তাই এর জন্য যেকোন কিছু করতে প্রস্তুত। এ জন্য ক্রিকেটারদের বিপদে ঠেলে দিতেও তার কোন দ্বিধা নাই।
Its a give and take relation.
You want something, you will have to give something back in return.

Bangladesh wants the top post of ICC, Pakistan wants international cricket to be returned to their country. Fair deal.

Going to Pakistan gives us two plus point, compared to One for them.
We get an overseas international tour AND the top post in ICC.

Pakistan just gets a gateway for international cricket to return to their country, and even is not confirmed.

If the Pakistan govt ensures top level security, I see no point why we should not go, given the circumstance.
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Old November 17, 2011, 08:09 AM
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Its a give and take relation.
You want something, you will have to give something back in return.

Bangladesh wants the top post of ICC, Pakistan wants international cricket to be returned to their country. Fair deal.

Going to Pakistan gives us two plus point, compared to One for them.
We get an overseas international tour AND the top post in ICC.

Pakistan just gets a gateway for international cricket to return to their country, and even is not confirmed.

If the Pakistan govt ensures top level security, I see no point why we should not go, given the circumstance.

The current situation of Pakistan isn't out of danger because in pakistan it is a regular affair blasting bombs anywhere and anytime.

They also said to SL giving security firmly but they failed.

It is more important safety of our cricketers than being ICC President. I don't find any cause to push our cricketers into danger. If anything causes like SL team, who will take the responsibility?

I also want to see international cricket in Pakistan as soon as posible when there will be safe. But not for personal interest.
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Old November 23, 2011, 03:08 AM
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Bangladesh could tour Pakistan in 2012

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The resumption of international cricket in Pakistan, which stopped after the attack on the Sri Lankan team in Lahore in March 2009, could be the by-product of a deal between the PCB and its Bangladesh counterpart over choosing the next ICC vice-president. The nomination rests with the two countries and Pakistan are reportedly ready to concede its right for an expected tour by Bangladesh in 2012.

The deal, however, is being explained in official circles as the conclusion of a gentleman's agreement that resulted in Pakistan's Ehsan Mani becoming the ICC president in 2003.

The ICC executive board, at its meeting in October, had asked the PCB and BCB to nominate a candidate for the vice-presidency for the 2012-14 term, in keeping with the rotational system. The nomination has to be firmed up by December 31, the ICC will discuss it in January and the appointment will be effective in June. The two board chiefs, Zaka Ashraf of the PCB and the BCB's Mustafa Kamal, have already held one - reportedly inconclusive - meeting in Dubai. They are due to meet again in Dhaka on the sidelines of Pakistan's tour in December.

For Pakistan, the benefits are clear: they are keen for international cricket to return to the country and Ashraf, barely a month into his job, has set that as his primary target - even at the cost of what will lead to the top job in international cricket. To that end, he has repaired relations with Bangladesh to an extent, from the frosty ties under his predecessor Ijaz Butt. The ties were strained after cancelled junior cricket tours to Pakistan and by Bangladesh not supporting Pakistan over the staging of matches during the 2011 World Cup.

On the face of it the deal is a formality. When, in 2003, the two boards agreed on Mani's candidature for the president's post, it was on the understanding that the next cycle would go Bangladesh's way. Even the mooted tour is not expected to be a problem; Bangladesh don't have any problems with travel to Pakistan - the national football team went there earlier this year for a World Cup qualifier - and the series is part of the ICC future tours programme, scheduled for April 2012.

Pakistan, however, has reportedly sought written assurance from Bangladesh that it will not backtrack from the understanding.
The bigger issue, however, seems to be a lack of clarity in Bangladesh. The BCB hasn't discussed it, nor has Kamal spoken to his directors about his meeting with Ashraf. BCB officials say they are wary of commenting since the decision will be taken at the highest political levels. Nor is there any unanimity on candidates for ICC vice-president, with several hats in the ring.
Kamal leads the way and seems to have his sights firmly on the job. A political appointment, like all his predecessors, he's also a Minister of Parliament (MP) and reasonably in favour with the top bosses of the ruling Awami League. Kamal's closest contender seems to be Saber Hossain Chowdhury, the former BCB president. Chowdhury, also an MP, has immense credibility as a cricket administrator - he ushered Bangladesh into Test cricket after overseeing their ICC Trophy win and securing their ODI status, and also brought in Gordon Greenidge as coach. However, his political clout has waned in recent times; he was once a close aide of the Prime Minister's but has been kept away from a ministerial role.


Also doing the rounds are the names of two Pakistanis - Mani, and former captain Majid Khan. Mani told ESPNcricinfo he had been contacted by officials from Bangladesh but it is believed the PCB has made no serious attempt to make contact with either; despite their strong CVs they remain long shots.

"I have no interest in seeking the post for a second time," Mani told ESPNcricinfo. "There are other very good people in Bangladesh and Pakistan and I am sure that if the right person is selected he would be a credit to both the countries.
"The important thing is that the two boards should ensure that their nominee has the right qualification and standing in the game and will act in the best interests of the game."


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The candidate issue was an gentleman's agreement.
So Pakistan won't be doing a huge favour by accepting our guy.

As for tour is concerned, we should bargain a bit harder.
Fine with me if the boys go to Pakistan, given written assurance from the Pak Govt to provide Top VVIP security protocol.
In return, get another full home-away series from Pakistan outside the current FTP. That means 2 series, each of 3 tests, 5 ODIs and 2 T20.

We got a raw deal in the proposed FTP and its upto us to make sure we increase the number of games.

Then make Saber H Chowdhury the Cricket Supremo.
Him at the top of the helm, we can be rest assured of the diplomacy part of our cricket development.
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The candidate issue was an gentleman's agreement.
So Pakistan won't be doing a huge favour by accepting our guy.

As for tour is concerned, we should bargain a bit harder.
Fine with me if the boys go to Pakistan, given written assurance from the Pak Govt to provide Top VVIP security protocol.
In return, get another full home-away series from Pakistan outside the current FTP. That means 2 series, each of 3 tests, 5 ODIs and 2 T20.

We got a raw deal in the proposed FTP and its upto us to make sure we increase the number of games.
Agree.
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Then make Saber H Chowdhury the Cricket Supremo.
Him at the top of the helm, we can be rest assured of the diplomacy part of our cricket development.
Won't happen! Mr. Kamal is our PM's fav, not SHC.
I rather want Saber bhai as BCB boss
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Pakistani extremists would really have it against BD for reasons known.
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As far as i know we have a due test match against NZ.Matches were suppose to held before WC.When the test will happen?Can any one answer me?

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Pakistani extremists would really have it against BD for reasons known.
That I disagree with. However, any visiting team can be a high value target, and these terrorists don't care what religion their victims are as long as they get their frag count up.
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As far as i know we have a due test match against NZ.Matches were suppose to held before WC.When the test will happen?Can any one answer me?

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I'm taking a guess here. I believe it'll be in May/June of this year. I read it in cricinfo some time back.

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Fear pervades Pakistan tour
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The Bangladesh cricketers are concerned about the proposed tour of Pakistan due to security fears.

"When all the teams have turned down the offer to tour Pakistan because of ongoing security concerns, then why are we showing interest?" questioned a national cricketer on condition of anonymity.

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) on Sunday requested the government to send a security team to Pakistan to evaluate the security arrangements ahead of Bangladesh's tour planned for April, but the players believe that the board should talk with them first before making a decision, since it is their safety that is at stake.

"We are really concerned, especially our family members are very keen to know what is going on with this tour. You know we have been getting bad news almost every week from Pakistan. If I'm not wrong, an attack even took place on a naval air force base near Karachi's National Stadium, so how can you feel comfortable with this proposed tour," said another cricketer.

"It would be really nice if the board took the opinion of the cricketers which many countries have done," he added.

A senior member of the national team however wants to see what will actually happen in the end.

"It is true that security is a big issue when you think about a tour to Pakistan but I think it's too early to say anything right at this moment. Let's see what happens," he opined.

Sources close to the board informed that the foreign staff of the national team also harbours reservations about the proposed tour to Pakistan but they were also waiting for official confirmation before making a comment.

"I don't know what the reason is behind the tour but security must come first. How you can play cricket with fear in your mind?" queried another concerned player.

Since the attack on the Sri Lankan team bus in Lahore in 2009, Pakistan has failed to persuade any Test team to visit their country and that's the reason the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is desperately looking to revive international cricket in their country with the visit of Bangladesh.

Pakistan has not hosted international cricket since 2009 as their team have been playing their 'home' series either in the United Arab Emirates or England or New Zealand.

The BCB however promised to send a security team when PCB president Zaka Ashraf visited Dhaka last month and after that news have been coming from Pakistan that they are all set to give full-proof security to the Bangladesh cricket team.

"Since we have a scheduled tour on the Future Tours Programme, that's why we promised to send a security team before making any decision. We are more concerned than the players about their security and safety. I think it's too early to say anything because we are yet to decide anything," said BCB's media committee chairman Jalal Yunus.

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Glad the player(s) are speaking up.
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If the players don't tour Pakistan, will they still tour the UAE as per the FTP?
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If the players don't tour Pakistan, will they still tour the UAE as per the FTP?
Just putting A$$ between U and Me .. ***-U-ME

Since, this is a part of FTP, the series should continue in UAE, even if we refuse to go Pak.


But I thought you were the master of FTP ...
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If I was the master of the FTP, I would ensure Bangladesh played 15 tests a year, 30 ODI's a year, and tour England every 6 months

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is it cuz u live there or because u think we can whoop them
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is it cuz u live there or because u think we can whoop them
I live here, and I would love nothing more than to be able to watch them every so often in action live
And I believe Bangladesh can beat England, it's just a matter if the players themselves believe

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Good to see several players all expressing and verbalizing their fears. They are absolutely right. I think in the end sanity will prevail, and the BCB will pull out of this. Especially if Loitta's candicacy gets shut down.

In any case, should BCB give a green light, the players should refuse to go. BCB will have no choice but to back out.
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Good to see several players all expressing and verbalizing their fears. They are absolutely right. I think in the end sanity will prevail, and the BCB will pull out of this. Especially if Loitta's candicacy gets shut down.

In any case, should BCB give a green light, the players should refuse to go. BCB will have no choice but to back out.
Do you think our players have that much of freedom in our kind of hierarchy??
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5 ODI's against SL in March 2012. Is it postponed? Or is it gonna take place?
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5 ODI's against SL in March 2012. Is it postponed? Or is it gonna take place?
It's been postponed or cancelled, SL play England starting 26th march.
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