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Old February 11, 2012, 09:24 AM
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Dont worry Ian. Better luck next time. You are the best buddy. I know you guys will bounce back in the next game.
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After the win:

Views from the Edge: Dhaka Gladiators vs Sylhet Royals
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Head Coach of the Dhaka Gladiators and former National Bowling Coach, Ian Pont shares his views on the inaugural Bangladesh Premier League. Ian writes about the comprehensive and controlled win against the Sylhet Royals in their second game.

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Thanks Ian for your view.
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Old February 13, 2012, 01:36 AM
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Old February 13, 2012, 10:22 PM
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Views from the Edge: Dhaka Gladiators vs Chittagong Kings
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Head Coach of the Dhaka Gladiators and former National Bowling Coach, Ian Pont shares his views on the inaugural Bangladesh Premier League. Ian reports on their second win of the league - this time against the Chittagong Kings. He ends with "However, winning is a habit and we look to press on with that habit against Barisal. "

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Old February 13, 2012, 10:23 PM
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An excellent report by coach Ian. Lots of lessons to be learned and he also gives a shout out to Elias to have been MOM.
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Old February 14, 2012, 02:46 PM
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Looking forwards to tonight's review.
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Old February 14, 2012, 04:45 PM
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"প্রান্ত থেকে দেখেছে "er next part kobe release hobe?
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Probably sometime tomorrow. It's early morning in BD. I'm sure Pont & Co. sleeping away after partying it up last night.
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Views from the Edge: Dhaka Gladiators vs Barisal Burners
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Head Coach of the Dhaka Gladiators and former National Bowling Coach, Ian Pont shares his views on the inaugural Bangladesh Premier League. Ian writes up his thoughts on an amazing high velocity game.

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Old February 14, 2012, 09:56 PM
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I like what Ian said about Gayle:

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My tribute here is for the Dhaka team spirit and togetherness that we have shown throughout. We do not rely on one player here or one man there. But the player we will ALL miss is Chris Gayle. The man is a legend and when he finally goes, the BPL will be sadder without him.
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Thanks Ian!
I must say, good coaches win matches!
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Old February 14, 2012, 10:41 PM
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Old February 16, 2012, 11:06 AM
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What happened there coach? Can't chase 145? What's Aftab doing in the team? How come Rana Naved fires all around the world but all of a sudden becomes the crappiest fast bowler in the BPL? Must be all Rafique's fault, he's the bowling coach after all. Good luck for the upcoming games.
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Old February 16, 2012, 11:08 AM
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How come Dhiman and Nazim are not getting a game even after repeated failures from Ash, Aftab, Anamul?
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Old February 16, 2012, 11:20 AM
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Dear coach,
Does this show how much Mash means to this team? Or Rajshahi's plan and execution was better? Always eager to read your thoughts. I think down the streach Abdul Razzaq, M Samuels and Sami's experience was the difference.

What about the extras? 3 vs 16?
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Old February 16, 2012, 11:22 AM
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What happened there coach? Can't chase 145? What's Aftab doing in the team? How come Rana Naved fires all around the world but all of a sudden becomes the crappiest fast bowler in the BPL? Must be all Rafique's fault, he's the bowling coach after all. Good luck for the upcoming games.
Someone is angry I presume. Give credit to the opponents. Mo Rafique is class so are all other coaches in this team. Azhar-Mash missing the game is a big factor. Also you want to test the waters (bench strength) to know your team better when it matters the most. So that when Semis come, they can field the best team. my 2 cents.
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Old February 16, 2012, 11:32 AM
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Someone is angry I presume. Give credit to the opponents. Mo Rafique is class so are all other coaches in this team. Azhar-Mash missing the game is a big factor. Also you want to test the waters (bench strength) to know your team better when it matters the most. So that when Semis come, they can field the best team. my 2 cents.
Not angry at all. Khulna supporter here, so this result actually makes me happy. Just surprised that a team with world class talent like Anamul and Ashraful and world class coaching staff wouldn't be able to chase down 145. It's baffling.
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Old February 16, 2012, 11:39 AM
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lol,Asif bhai
Mash had every1 under control, he has been proactive and in fact yelling at every1, which kept every player very much in the game.
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Old February 16, 2012, 11:47 AM
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dear Ian Pont, Please bring these changes to this team,otherwise we won't go to far,

-if Mash recovers,he should replace Rana
-Azhar should come back too, Nazmul should stay,
-Aftab should have been replaced by Nazim long time ago,
-Kervezee shouldn't be anywhere in the team, he looked completely lost.
-if possible replace Ashraful with any1, this guy can't bowl, can't score runs, good fielder though, but we can't have some 1 only for fielding.
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Old February 16, 2012, 11:56 AM
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Not angry at all. Khulna supporter here, so this result actually makes me happy. Just surprised that a team with world class talent like Anamul and Ashraful and world class coaching staff wouldn't be able to chase down 145. It's baffling.
Rubbing it in then, HHS. Khulna supporter as well. Lets go Shakib finish them all.
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Old February 16, 2012, 12:02 PM
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dear Ian Pont, Please bring these changes to this team,otherwise we won't go to far,

-if Mash recovers,he should replace Rana
-Azhar should come back too, Nazmul should stay,
-Aftab should have been replaced by Nazim long time ago,
-Kervezee shouldn't be anywhere in the team, he looked completely lost.
-if possible replace Ashraful with any1, this guy can't bowl, can't score runs, good fielder though, but we can't have some 1 only for fielding.
What if Mash takes a little more time?

As for Kervezee, this is his first innings in a foreign soil, where the pitches are nothing close to what he has ever seen. People fall down. What happens next is to be seen. Can they get up or just lay low? Just giving them a try for once and taking the rug out of them is not a solution. Plus had you been the coach of SL national team, the world would have never seen what talent Attapatu was. There are so many cases like that.
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Views from the Edge: Dhaka Gladiators vs Duronto Rajshahi
Ian Pont
Head Coach of the Dhaka Gladiators and former National Bowling Coach, Ian Pont shares his views on the inaugural Bangladesh Premier League. He writes on the low scoring loss to Duronto Rajshahi. "The BPL results show how volatile T20 cricket actually is. A good innings here and a bad performance there can tip the scales either way. Last night against Duronto Rajshahi, it was the spinners who made the vital difference. "
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Old February 17, 2012, 10:30 AM
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Just as I thought. The extras did play a role. Thanks for the column. Always a pleasure to read.
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Views from the Edge: Dateline Chittagong
Ian Pont

Head Coach of the Dhaka Gladiators and former National Bowling Coach, Ian Pont shares his views on the inaugural Bangladesh Premier League. He reports from Chittagong on the eve of the 2nd phase of the BPL campaign. "Regardless of the way the games go, we are trying to base our whole ethos on good management of players and maintaining a healthy spirit in the camp. Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success."


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