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Old December 9, 2011, 12:48 AM
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Why the selectors ignoring Young players ? May be because these 3 were thrown out of the national team to give places to the young players. Experience my foot. Look how Nazimuddin is playing . They are also taking some kinds of revenge to Dhiman who is playing magnificently for last 3 years
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Old December 9, 2011, 10:29 AM
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Selectors,

Please bring one of these players in 2nd TEST. Please !!!! Please !!!!

This recycling business must stop. Its not that we are trying to safe the world by recycling.

We need fresh few more fresh new blood one after another... and the process should start now....the team collapse completely.
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Old December 9, 2011, 06:34 PM
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Selectors,

Please bring one of these players in 2nd TEST. Please !!!! Please !!!!

This recycling business must stop. Its not that we are trying to safe the world by recycling.

We need fresh few more fresh new blood one after another... and the process should start now....the team collapse completely.
which one should they pick? i reckon mominul has the best technique but he's got less consistency than asif and anamul.
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Old December 9, 2011, 06:44 PM
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which one should they pick? i reckon mominul has the best technique but he's got less consistency than asif and anamul.
where have you seen mominul's technique? granted technique should be the deciding factor between two players of similar calibre (ie run making ability) but the primary factor for selection ought to be run scoring, be it measured by average or by consistency.
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Old December 9, 2011, 06:59 PM
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where have you seen mominul's technique? granted technique should be the deciding factor between two players of similar calibre (ie run making ability) but the primary factor for selection ought to be run scoring, be it measured by average or by consistency.
there have been a few video's posted showing him in matches so you can get a good look at his technique.

i agree run scoring should be a major factor when selecting someone but BD players don't have the best technique or footwork and can get completely found out at the international level even if they're a run scoring machine domestically. dickens for example. we will see how nazimuddin does this time round but last time he was in the national team he got eaten alive because of poor footwork and technique and he's possibly the most consistent batsman in FC cricket.

average is good to look at but as you know you have to look deeper than than, inflated averages and so on.

anyway maybe asif is the best choice atm....
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Old December 9, 2011, 07:26 PM
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there have been a few video's posted showing him in matches so you can get a good look at his technique.

i agree run scoring should be a major factor when selecting someone but BD players don't have the best technique or footwork and can get completely found out at the international level even if they're a run scoring machine domestically. dickens for example. we will see how nazimuddin does this time round but last time he was in the national team he got eaten alive because of poor footwork and technique and he's possibly the most consistent batsman in FC cricket.

average is good to look at but as you know you have to look deeper than than, inflated averages and so on.

anyway maybe asif is the best choice atm....
I don't think technique can be properly judged unless a player is watched over a period of time that can't be covered in a video. in fact, ultimatlely, you need to observe them on all sorts of pitches against all sorts of [top] quality bowling.

that said, mominul is probably next in line after asif/anamul.an away 150 against a A team is certainly noteworthy.
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http://www.prothom-alo.com/detail/da...10/news/207677

anyone read this article of prothom alo today. Thats what we do. Pick up so called young and talented players, let them play 2-3 matches and throw them out. Whats the point of monotoring these players, same circle is going on for the last 12 years of BD cricket.
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I don't think technique can be properly judged unless a player is watched over a period of time that can't be covered in a video. in fact, ultimatlely, you need to observe them on all sorts of pitches against all sorts of [top] quality bowling.

that said, mominul is probably next in line after asif/anamul.an away 150 against a A team is certainly noteworthy.
fair point, but you can still get an idea of their technique and mominul looked better than most. footwork is also very important though, good technique and poor footwork well really you need both.
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They ought not debut before 30.
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Old December 11, 2011, 01:31 AM
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Asif scored o and so far al amin picked up 2 and Abu jayed picked up 3 wickets
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Old December 12, 2011, 02:18 AM
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Alamin picked up 4 for 12 so far in the second innings with 3/35 in the first innings against Rajshahi. He is certainly drawing selectors attention
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lets hope they will not suck at int cricket like every ram sam jodu modu of Bangladesh cricket..
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So al amin picked up 29 wickets in 3 matches . Dont think any pacer got as many wickets in NCL in 3 match
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Let's hope these guys don't lose themeselves mid-way unlike the rest of the losers atm!
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উইকেটের পেছনে গ্লাভস হাতেও মোটামুটি সফলই বলা যেতে পারে আনামুলকে। প্রথম শ্রেণীর ক্রিকেটে ২৯টি ক্যাচ ও দুটি স্ট্যাম্পিংয়ের রেকর্ড রয়েছে তাঁর। বাংলাদেশের ভবিষ্যত্ এই তারকা প্রথম আলো অনলাইনের সঙ্গে এক আলাপচারিতায় জানান, পাঁচ বছর ধরে দেশের সর্বোচ্চ পর্যায়ে ক্রিকেট খেললেও সদ্যসমাপ্ত বিপিএল তাঁর কাছে নতুন এক অভিজ্ঞতা। তিনি বলেন, বিপিএল তাঁকে আন্তর্জাতিক ক্রিকেট সম্পর্কে ব্যবহারিক ধারণা দিয়েছে।

প্রথম আলো অনলাইনের পাঠকদের জন্য সেই সাক্ষাত্কার বিবৃত করা হলো:

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আনামুল: আসলে বিপিএল খেলে আমি গর্ববোধ করছি, সেই সঙ্গে আনন্দও পেয়েছি। নতুন অনেক কিছু শিখতে পারলাম এখানে খেলে। সর্বোচ্চ পর্যায়ে খেলতে হলে, ভালো করতে হলে অ্যাটিচিউডটা কী রকম হতে হবে, মনঃসংযোগ কোন পর্যায়ে থাকতে হবে—এসব জানতে পেরেছি। মোট কথা, জাতীয় দলে খেলার আগেই সর্বোচ্চ পর্যায়ের অভিজ্ঞতা হলো। আমি পাঁচ বছর ধরে দেশের সর্বোচ্চ পর্যায়ে খেলছি। কিন্তু বিপিএল খেলেই যা অভিজ্ঞতা হলো, তা সেই পাঁচ বছরের অভিজ্ঞতার সমান। তা ছাড়া বিপিএল শেষ হওয়ার পর অনেকেই চিনতে পারছে—ব্যাপারটিত ভালো লাগার মতোই।

প্রথম আলো অনলাইন: তাহলে বিপিএলে খেলে অনেকটা আন্তর্জাতিক ম্যাচ খেলার অভিজ্ঞতা হলো আপনার...
আনামুল: ঢাকা গ্ল্যাডিয়েটরসে আমার সিনিয়র সতীর্থ যেমন—আশরাফুল ভাই, মাশরাফি ভাই, নাজিমউদ্দিন ভাই ও আফতাব ভাইয়েরা প্রতিযোগিতা শুরুর সময় বলেছিলেন, ‘আন্তর্জাতিক ক্রিকেটের মেজাজটা কেমন তা বিপিএল খেলে বুঝতে পারবি।’ এই পর্যায়ে খেলোয়াড়দের মধ্যে কোনো ধরনের পেশাদারি মনোভাব কাজ করে—সেটা বিপিএল থেকে বুঝলাম। সেই সঙ্গে বুঝেছি, এই পর্যায়ে কেবল মাঠে নেমে খেলে দিলেই চলে না, অনেক কিছু ভাবার বিষয় আছে।

প্রথম আলো অনলাইন: বিপিএলে বিদেশি তারকাদের সঙ্গে ড্রেসিংরুম ভাগাভাগি করার অভিজ্ঞতাটা নিশ্চয়ই দারুণ...
আনামুল: আমাদের দলে পাকিস্তানের আজহার মাহমুদ ও ইমরান নাজির প্রতিযোগিতাজুড়েই ছিলেন; ছিলেন রানা নাভিদ ও কাইরন পোলার্ড। শেষ দিকে এলেন শহীদ আফ্রিদি ও সাঈদ আজমল। আন্তর্জাতিক ক্রিকেটের বড় বড় সব নাম। তাঁদের সঙ্গে ড্রেসিংরুম ভাগাভাগি করাটা আসলে বিরাট ব্যাপার, বিরাট অভিজ্ঞতা। আজহার মাহমুদ, পোলার্ড ও রানা নাভিদ আমাকে খুবই আদর করতেন। অনেক টিপস দিয়েছেন। আফ্রিদি ও আজমলকে বেশিদিন পাইনি। তবে অনেক কথা হয়েছে। মাঠে দোর্দণ্ড প্রতাপশালী এসব ক্রিকেটার মাঠের বাইরে যে কতটা বিনয়ী, কতটা বন্ধুবত্সল—এটা খুব কাছ থেকে জানতে পারলাম।

প্রথম আলো অনলাইন: আফ্রিদি নাকি আপনাকে বাংলাদেশের ভবিষ্যত্ তারকা বলে মন্তব্য করেছেন; কিছু শুনেছেন নাকি?
আনামুল: (হাসি) ফাইনালে অপরাজিত ৪৯ রান করে যখন প্যাভিলিয়নে ফিরলাম, তখন আফ্রিদি অনেক প্রশংসা করেছেন, পরামর্শ দিয়েছেন। বলেছেন, ‘তোমার প্রতিভা আছে, কাজে লাগাও। কঠোর পরিশ্রম করো, তুমি একদিন না একদিন ভালো করবেই।’

প্রথম আলো অনলাইন: ২০০৯ সালে বাংলাদেশ অনূর্ধ্ব-১৯ দলের হয়ে ইংল্যান্ড সফর করেছিলেন আপনি। সে সফরের অভিজ্ঞতা কেমন ছিল?
আনামুল: দারুণ একটি অভিজ্ঞতা! ইংল্যান্ডের মাঠে খেলার অভিজ্ঞতার সঙ্গে কিছুই তুলনীয় নয়। এত বৈচিত্র্যপূর্ণ। আমাদের কোচ ছিলেন মিনহাজুল আবেদীন স্যার। আমি তখন একটু নিচের দিকে ব্যাট করতাম। তিনিই আমাকে ব্যাটিং অর্ডারে ওপরের দিকে তুলে আনেন। ইংল্যান্ড সফরে খুব একটা খারাপ করিনি। আসলে ওই সফর শেষে আমি বুঝতে পারি, সর্বোচ্চ পর্যায়ে খেলার যোগ্যতা আমার আছে। এখন কেবল চেষ্টা করে যেতে হবে।

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Old March 5, 2012, 02:22 AM
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Old March 5, 2012, 02:45 AM
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We should let these guys play 2-3 more seasons of domestic cricket, BPL, A team matches before we promote them to the national side. They are just not ready.

For example: If you include Anamul, he ll maybe do well in a match or two. Then he ll probably have a couple of low scores and then suffer from low confidence. Before you know it he will be another Rakibul Hasan or Alok Kapali
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We should let these guys play 2-3 more seasons of domestic cricket, BPL, A team matches before we promote them to the national side. They are just not ready.

For example: If you include Anamul, he ll maybe do well in a match or two. Then he ll probably have a couple of low scores and then suffer from low confidence. Before you know it he will be another Rakibul Hasan or Alok Kapali
Or, may be he can become another 'Nasir Hossain' ?

I know what you meant, i had the same feeling when Nasir was brought in. But i feel that Anamul belongs to same breed of Nasir, Shakib (i aint comparing Anamul with Shakib). While other national team batsmen failed in BPL, Anamul played couple of sensible and matured innings and that too in T20 game where any youngsters throw his bat in the air. Most importantly, he has got heart and power. Only thing is missing 'match experience' and he only can get it by playing. I think he's not too far away from being included in the national team. Only problem with him is that he's a keeper too. While Mushy is there, it would be hard for him to come into the team unless #2, #3, #4 batters (zunaed, kayes, ash et. al) fail miserably in Asia Cup. Or, may be we can see him in Asia Cup, who knows
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If he is included, he should be there as an understudy.
This kid is certainly very talented and we all have high hopes for him.
Lets not rush in.
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I wanted to add my thoughts about Anamul.

He is ready for international cricket in my opinion and should be allowed to play without any fear and flourish. With some continued work, he will undoubtedly be the national wicketkeeper at some stage and even if he doesn't keep wicket he is a huge asset in the field anyway as he is fast and has a great throwing arm.

He plays some great shots. Well executed. It's clear Anamul is more than a good prospect.

I spoke at length with him and said three things from me to him personally:

1. Don't be like the majority of players who get to the national team and think they have made it. Stay hungry for success.

2. Keep working hard at your skills and train hard. Don't look at some players who do as little as possible and think this is the way forward. Be your own man.

3. Don't chase money. Let money chase you. Play for the sheer thrill and love for the game and be humble. Never take the game for granted. People will look up to you and respect you if you do your very best.

If Anamul does these things I feel Bangladesh has a future star in their midst. He is young and it will take time. I just hope he gets the chances and people back him all the way. He was the best thing I saw in the BPL as a new talent. Now the development begins and those around him (friends, family and coaches) have a vital role in shaping his environment. Ultimately, it is all down to Anamul himself and from what I have seen and discussed with him, he definitely has it all.
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Wow, Ian. High praise coming from you. However, I did notice him trying to make quite a few cutesy shots ala Ashraful. I guess that's the impetuousness of youth. How does one temper that and should we try to? How do we not burn him out?
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Old March 5, 2012, 04:10 AM
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Thanks Ian for the info and you have done great job with Dhaka team. Congratulations.
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Old March 5, 2012, 04:15 AM
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Thanks for our imput Ian! You are the man there so you will know whats best for the Bangladeshi team and whats not. In your opinion where should Anamul bat in the batting lineup for Bangladesh?
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I say the cutesy shots are fine as long as they are reserved for T20s. And thanks for sharing your views with us Ian. I must say Ian and the DG management deserve a lot of credit for consistently backing Anamul and sending him to bat in the top order. Must have done his confidence a lot of good. We all saw what Barishal did to Mominul after he played the match-winning knock against Khulna. He was demoted to number 8 and even Kabir Ali was sent to bat ahead of him.

Ps. I still maintain Mominul > Anamul
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