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Old June 7, 2012, 07:16 AM
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I dont really care where we stand because we will only be 6-7 at best in ODI. But i want to be in a position where guys like Sehwag cant even think about making stupid comments like "there's no way BD can take 20 wickets against us" or "Its impossible for them to beat us". If teams start respecting us and actually have a mentality that we are'nt going to be an easy win then ill be happy with that.
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Old June 7, 2012, 07:35 AM
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That's more based around individuals, What do you think the case would be when they are in a group, playing together and how do You think other's will see bangladesh cricket team i.e. how will they approach playing us
Not really basing it on individuals, shakib, tamim and mushy currently make-up the core of the batting and I believe in 5 years they still will but will be better and I believe the batting prospects will come through and that bowling will be decent with rubel, mash and possibly Abul as well as shakib, soba strong team overall imo and others will also view as that imo
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Old June 7, 2012, 07:42 AM
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I don't know where Bangladesh team will be, but we know where we the fans (in general) will be, right here.
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Old June 7, 2012, 07:45 AM
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I don't know where Bangladesh team will be, but we know where we the fans (in general) will be, right here.
I'll be here if I'm not dead by then. Our cricket team has taken 20 years from my life.
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Old June 7, 2012, 08:32 AM
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In 5 years Shak, TI, Mushy will be happily married with one or two kids. Mash will be retired and will write columns or go to every cricketing talk shows. Riyad will be a selector in BCB and Kayes will be sent to exile in some coaching position in Cambodia.
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Old June 7, 2012, 08:37 AM
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Not really basing it on individuals, shakib, tamim and mushy currently make-up the core of the batting and I believe in 5 years they still will but will be better and I believe the batting prospects will come through and that bowling will be decent with rubel, mash and possibly Abul as well as shakib, soba strong team overall imo and others will also view as that imo
How do you think other teams will view us as a collective unit?

you think Mortaza has 5 more years? - I give 3/4 at best
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Old June 7, 2012, 08:38 AM
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I'll be here if I'm not dead by then. Our cricket team has taken 20 years from my life.
OR has it? You could look at it the other way around too, boss. Our cricket team has given me 20 years of my life. Everything else came and left from our lives but cricket was always here for us.
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Old June 7, 2012, 10:01 AM
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ODIs- 6th- 8th
Tests- 9th
T20Is- Hard to say. In between: 7-10
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Old June 7, 2012, 10:57 AM
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BCB wise
- Have professional setup to run the institution like a company.
- Put resource on developing coaches.
- have BPL without the chaos of BPL 2012.

First class cricket
- Allow overseas players with high standard to play FC cricket.
- Attract franchisee to sponsor divisional teams
- have age-based divisional tournaments.

Divisional Teams:
- have independent authority to run cricket affairs within the division.
- have one test/odi standard stadium per division.
- have one academy per division.
- have main, B, and different age-based (U19,16,13 etc.) teams per division. these teams will have access to the facilities of the academy.
- have financial backing (part BCB, part sponsor) to run all these.
- Divisional Cricket Board (CB) to run inter district main/school/age based tournaments.

Root-level development
- Using Sri-Lanka as a model, develop school cricket.
- BCB and Divisional boards will work together for root-level development.

National-team wise
- Have a pool (thanks purba) of players who need to fight for each position. At least two players per position will make a pull of 22 players ready for the national team..
- Test/ODI team having the first 6 batsmen with batting average more then 40. Among them at least two of them with an average of more then 45.
- Test team having at least two speed bowlers with bowling average of 30 or lower.
- Test team having spinners with average lower then 30.
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Old June 7, 2012, 11:12 AM
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Old June 7, 2012, 11:36 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by MarvinDaMartian
BCB wise
- Have professional setup to run the institution like a company.
- Put resource on developing coaches.
- have BPL without the chaos of BPL 2012.

First class cricket
- Allow overseas players with high standard to play FC cricket.
- Attract franchisee to sponsor divisional teams
- have age-based divisional tournaments.

Divisional Teams:
- have independent authority to run cricket affairs within the division.
- have one test/odi standard stadium per division.
- have one academy per division.
- have main, B, and different age-based (U19,16,13 etc.) teams per division. these teams will have access to the facilities of the academy.
- have financial backing (part BCB, part sponsor) to run all these.
- Divisional Cricket Board (CB) to run inter district main/school/age based tournaments.

Root-level development
- Using Sri-Lanka as a model, develop school cricket.
- BCB and Divisional boards will work together for root-level development.

National-team wise
- Have a pull of players who need to fight for each position. At least two players per position will make a pull of 22 players ready for the national team..
- Test/ODI team having the first 6 batsmen with batting average more then 40. Among them at least two of them with an average of more then 45.
- Test team having at least two speed bowlers with bowling average of 30 or lower.
- Test team having spinners with average lower then 30.
Great work bhai!
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Old June 7, 2012, 11:43 AM
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I'll be here if I'm not dead by then. Our cricket team has taken 20 years from my life.
Cricket has taken 15 of mines and Bangladesh Cricket has taken 6 ...
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Old June 7, 2012, 12:24 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by MarvinDaMartian
BCB wise
- Have professional setup to run the institution like a company.
- Put resource on developing coaches.
- have BPL without the chaos of BPL 2012.

First class cricket
- Allow overseas players with high standard to play FC cricket.
- Attract franchisee to sponsor divisional teams
- have age-based divisional tournaments.

Divisional Teams:
- have independent authority to run cricket affairs within the division.
- have one test/odi standard stadium per division.
- have one academy per division.
- have main, B, and different age-based (U19,16,13 etc.) teams per division. these teams will have access to the facilities of the academy.
- have financial backing (part BCB, part sponsor) to run all these.
- Divisional Cricket Board (CB) to run inter district main/school/age based tournaments.

Root-level development
- Using Sri-Lanka as a model, develop school cricket.
- BCB and Divisional boards will work together for root-level development.

National-team wise
- Have a pull of players who need to fight for each position. At least two players per position will make a pull of 22 players ready for the national team..
- Test/ODI team having the first 6 batsmen with batting average more then 40. Among them at least two of them with an average of more then 45.

- Test team having at least two speed bowlers with bowling average of 30 or lower.
- Test team having spinners with average lower then 30.
I bow down to your Great Effort


I'll settle with a strong competetive group (Pool) of 17/18 with 4/5 set core group of players e.g. Currently Tamim, Shakib and Rahim. and average 3-4 less than that of what you said with the bat

Is this a prediction or a wishlist?
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Old June 7, 2012, 02:01 PM
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BCB wise

National-team wise
- Have a pull of players who need to fight for each position. At least two players per position will make a pull of 22 players ready for the national team..
- Test/ODI team having the first 6 batsmen with batting average more then 40. Among them at least two of them with an average of more then 45.
- Test team having at least two speed bowlers with bowling average of 30 or lower.
- Test team having spinners with average lower then 30.
Very unrealistic, but hope it comes true
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Old June 7, 2012, 02:13 PM
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I found the only mistake in that list, it should be ''pool'' and not ''pull''.

Top list MarvianDaMartian, now to forward it to His honour Mr. Kamal.
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Old June 7, 2012, 06:23 PM
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How do you think other teams will view us as a collective unit?

you think Mortaza has 5 more years? - I give 3/4 at best
as i said i think they will view BD as a strong team as a collective unit, i believe the batting will be the strength and people will see that. as for mortaza, maybe he has 5 years maybe he doesn't but he's still young, and has the drive and desire to comeback and succeed.
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Old June 7, 2012, 09:03 PM
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Old June 7, 2012, 09:56 PM
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In five years, a book will be written about Mohammad Ashraful.
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Old June 7, 2012, 10:02 PM
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Old June 7, 2012, 11:09 PM
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Old June 8, 2012, 12:23 AM
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I don't think in the coming 5 years, Bangladesh will rise much in the rankings in either format, but can definitely see them winning more matches as compared to now particularly in ODI's where losing to BD will not be called as an upset in the coming time. No one will be able to take them lightly and can send their A team or try out youngsters just because they are playing against BD. Other teams will have to be with their full strength team against BD.
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Old June 8, 2012, 02:29 AM
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I don't think in the coming 5 years, Bangladesh will rise much in the rankings in either format, but can definitely see them winning more matches as compared to now particularly in ODI's where losing to BD will not be called as an upset in the coming time. No one will be able to take them lightly and can send their A team or try out youngsters just because they are playing against BD. Other teams will have to be with their full strength team against BD.
hate to say this, but you are right to an extent when u r trying to imply that even as of today, media reacts as if it as an upset. for example, just like some cricketers when they play against us, they keep on saying," we always knew they were a good team, and the question of taking them lightly should never arise", but hell, even these type of comments shouldnt come if we actually were a good team. For example, the same cricketers wouldnt say anything is they were playing any team ranked above us. So its true, our victories in 5 years time will be a norm, and for home series, we'll be considered favourites even against the top ranked team, but disagree that we wont rise in rankings. Its just a matter before we break into top 8, thereafter there isnt much to separate between no.6/7 and no.1, unlike no.9 and no.8, which existed since long. We were the ones to close it by 2011, but this time we'll take over surely in future
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Old June 11, 2012, 07:42 PM
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And we are saying this 5 years thing for last 12 years... Is five any magic number...why always 5??

But yes, I think we have the right platform to make much more improvement in next 5 years than we did in last 5 years.
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Old June 17, 2012, 05:10 AM
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And we are saying this 5 years thing for last 12 years... Is five any magic number...why always 5??

But yes, I think we have the right platform to make much more improvement in next 5 years than we did in last 5 years.
That may have a lot to do with Marxist-Leninist fetish for "5 year plans".
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Old June 17, 2012, 03:10 PM
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I have not read any posts in this thread asides form the OP, and I think this is a really interesting thread. I want to post my thoughts and then see how many people agree with what I've stated (esp BC elders).

Where will we be in 5 years, teamwise? I think the best way to answer that question is to take a hypothetical year and analyze it. 5 years from now, the FTP could well be modified. I would hope that we play 8 Tests per year (some 3 Test series), 20 ODIs (14 or so against the G8/F9 teams), and 8 T20Is.

I think we should hope to realistically win 2-3 Tests per year, draw another 2-3, and lose the rest. I think our overseas record will be the rare odd draw, and the rest being loses, with the occaisional innings defeat. I would be satisfied, and call me a pessimist, but in the current backdrop, I would be excited about a team of this caliber.

I think we will be able to win 10-12 ODIs per year out of 20. We should win more than we lose at home against the G8/F9 and win 5/6 against the likes of Zimbabwe and the Associates in all venues. Overseas wins against top sides will remain sparse.

In T20Is, we will probably continue to suck. We will probably win just 1-2 per year out of 8 unless we learn from the BPL.
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