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Old October 6, 2016, 12:33 PM
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Default Which Player Would You Like to See in the Current BD Squad(Who is not in atm)?

1. Mominul Haque for his capable technique and sheet-anchor-role in the batting lineup. Also his more than useful part time bowling.
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Old October 6, 2016, 12:37 PM
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Mominul wasn't the best fielder in the world TBH, and his part time bowling was left-arm-spin which we have no shortage of.

But batting wise Mominul wasn't the perfect fit for our batting side. He didn't have the muscles to clear the boundary for which he was not an option for middle-order. He did not develop himself as opener either. But I think he deserves another chance if he performs in List A
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Old October 6, 2016, 12:45 PM
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Mominul wasn't the best fielder in the world TBH, and his part time bowling was left-arm-spin which we have no shortage of.

But batting wise Mominul wasn't the perfect fit for our batting side. He didn't have the muscles to clear the boundary for which he was not an option for middle-order. He did not develop himself as opener either. But I think he deserves another chance if he performs in List A
But he can find the gaps and rotate the strike though...more like an accumulator. Chanderpaul used to do this ever so often./ Before you know it he's already batting on 25(25).
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Old October 6, 2016, 12:46 PM
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But he can find the gaps and rotate the strike though...more like an accumulator. Chanderpaul used to do this ever so often./ Before you know it he's already batting on 25(25).
Chanderpaul was a legend of his own but he wasn't necessarily the best batsman on show when it came to shorter formats.
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Old October 6, 2016, 12:48 PM
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Chanderpaul was a legend of his own but he wasn't necessarily the best batsman on show when it came to shorter formats.
I have seen more than a dozen matches where he was a beast in ODIs.

His 150 versus SA opening the batting with Gayle was a masterpiece.
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Old October 6, 2016, 12:48 PM
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Mominul got plenty of chances in ODI. He passed neither the numbers nor the eye test.

In ODIs, want to see Mehedy Hassan Miraz tried next in 8-12 months once Mosaddek settles in and another newbie can be tried and groomed. Miraz will also be a little older and will have a bit more experience and be more ready. Continue the Mosharraf and Taijul experiment for the spin slot.

Mosaddek, Sabbir, and Mosharraf in Test squad.
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Old October 6, 2016, 12:50 PM
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What about the Sunny experiment? Is it still on? Or was his position in the team replaced?
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Shanto... he reminds me of Sangakaara..
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Old October 6, 2016, 12:55 PM
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Shanto... he reminds me of Sangakaara..
Me too...I like his cool head and temperament...
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Shamsur Rahman. I still see a free flowing, hard hitting beast in him. Needs to work hard, needs a good BPL again. But overall he needs to work hard on his game.
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Old October 6, 2016, 01:09 PM
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Shamsur Rahman. I still see a free flowing, hard hitting beast in him. Needs to work hard, needs a good BPL again. But overall he needs to work hard on his game.
That can be said about 95% of the players that played for Bangladesh.

True that he can be a useful batsman in T20Is
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Old October 6, 2016, 01:12 PM
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2. Naeem Islam, has he faded beyond the point of no return? No more a Fringe player?
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Old October 6, 2016, 01:16 PM
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What about the Sunny experiment? Is it still on? Or was his position in the team replaced?
Sunny played for a long time. Was past the experiment stage. Did OK, not great. Should see how Mosharraf and Taijul do. The one who loses out should be replaced by Sunny with his remodeled action in the squad.

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Shamsur Rahman. I still see a free flowing, hard hitting beast in him. Needs to work hard, needs a good BPL again. But overall he needs to work hard on his game.
Lacks character. Won't make it.
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Would love to see Jubair Hossain in the squad. Gives variety to our spinning department with Shakib as SLA, Mosaddek/Riyad as offie, and Jubair will be leggie. Still raw but definitely a good talent.
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Mominul Haque - as aklemalp said it. He had a very fruitful DPL...should help his cause. Experience matters, it matters a lot. Once Riyad, Shakib, Mortaza retires, it will need experienced players to fill their shoes.
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Old October 6, 2016, 02:06 PM
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Mominul Haque - as aklemalp said it. He had a very fruitful DPL...should help his cause. Experience matters, it matters a lot. Once Riyad, Shakib, Mortaza retires, it will need experienced players to fill their shoes.
Let's hope by then that the shoes of those players would have already been filled. And new young guns(numerous) will be fighting for a place in the senior team.
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Old October 6, 2016, 02:10 PM
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That can be said about 95% of the players that played for Bangladesh.

True that he can be a useful batsman in T20Is
Yeah for T20is, he could be good for BD. Heck Kapali still has chance at T20. If Nurul, Hom could get chances Kapali is better and showed his class last BPL final.

I think we need to groom, some players just for T20is.
Just tell that, they can only have chance at T20i, so improve your game. Cause that format realistically one has a chance to make in.
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Old October 6, 2016, 02:21 PM
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Any player who is consistent and has strokeplay quality of Ashraful. I miss his batting
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Old October 6, 2016, 02:25 PM
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I want to see Anamul Haque and Abu Hider Rony given more chances.

Also the bonus is that Anamul can replace CONfiqur in the team. So you get a legit proven prospect in, and a under performing over the hill rat out.
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Old October 6, 2016, 02:31 PM
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I want to see Anamul Haque and Abu Hider Rony given more chances.

Also the bonus is that Anamul can replace CONfiqur in the team. So you get a legit proven prospect in, and a under performing over the hill rat out.
Anamul isn't that better than Mushy. They're both average at best. One thing in Anamul's favor is his height compared to Mushy. Otherwise they're pretty much the same.

Wouldn't mind seeing Anamul though. Wonder if the selectors have any plans with him in the wicketkeeping position.
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Old October 6, 2016, 02:43 PM
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Mushy is a better WK than Anamul.

Anamul first needs to work on his selfishness and legwork and perform in the domestic arena. If he can do that, door will be open for him just like with any other player.
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Old October 6, 2016, 02:49 PM
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^ I disagree. Wicket keeping skills wise, here's how it goes: Nurul>Jahurul>Litton>Anamul>CONfiqur.
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Isn't there a decent, genuine, and specialist wicket-keeper in Bangladesh setup?

Should they recruit a wicket-keeping coach any time soon?
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Isn't there a decent, genuine, and specialist wicket-keeper in Bangladesh setup?

Should they recruit a wicket-keeping coach any time soon?
That's Nurul Hasan....but his Batting is not up to par for International cricket as of yet. Time to Groom Zakir Hasan(under-19 WK) who also is a decent bat.
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That's Nurul Hasan....but his Batting is not up to par for International cricket as of yet. Time to Groom Zakir Hasan(under-19 WK) who also is a decent bat.
We saw glimpses of him in the series earlier this year...I wanted to bring up the Under-19 keeper, Zakir, but thought against it. Then again I am looking for someone who's resourceful and can deliver in those clutch situations(both bat and gloves).
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