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Old June 25, 2012, 10:52 AM
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Default Who is the most disliked BD player?

No player goes out there with the intention of failing. Granted, some matches they may opt to pad their stats at the expense of the team needs. A lot of factors are involved in selection (form, performance, politics, connections, history, statistics etc.) but at the end, once selected for the national team, as fans theoretically we should be supportive of them hoping they can put in the performance that brings about the win for our country.

However, it is clearly obvious from this site alone, there are certain players that are lightning rods and there are fans who will root against them even at the expense of the team simply because they don’t like the person or were disappointed that their player of choice was left out due to this player.

Some obvious examples are Shahriar Nafees, Md. Ashraful and Alok Kapali.

So the question is, which is the player that you dislike the most and sometimes can’t help root against them?

Maybe we can put up a poll based on some of the responses
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Old June 25, 2012, 10:58 AM
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Dukkhojonok, everyone hates Ashraful.
However, they do not realize - idolatry, then sky kissing expectations, meddling with batting order turned that bright young centurion into a mental debacle.

Eta kaar dosh? Ash-er na.
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Old June 25, 2012, 11:09 AM
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I for one have been a vocal critic of Ashraful's 'automatic selction' in the past despite his run of poor form.

However, I feel that he can reinvent himself as a permanent fixture in the T20 as a starting point and will welcome him gladly into the ODI and Test fold should he turn out to the right choice.

Ashraful, unfortunately, did not have the option that Afridi had in declaring himself a bowler first and not a batsman. Ashraful's biggest mistake may have been hitting a century in his debut that brought unfounded expectations on him. He should have been left alone to develop his own style through trial and error rather than being forced into being a Tendulkar which he obviously was/is not.
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Old June 25, 2012, 11:10 AM
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A real fan will never 'root against' a player of one's own team. If someone does, they should be strung up by their balls and eviscerated.
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Old June 25, 2012, 11:13 AM
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At present, Shahadat Hossain.
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Old June 25, 2012, 11:24 AM
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to me all the ICL'rs .jodio onek purano bepar ter por o keno jeno mone korle kosto hoy
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Old June 25, 2012, 11:34 AM
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I for one have been a vocal critic of Ashraful's 'automatic selction' in the past despite his run of poor form.

However, I feel that he can reinvent himself as a permanent fixture in the T20 as a starting point and will welcome him gladly into the ODI and Test fold should he turn out to the right choice.

Ashraful, unfortunately, did not have the option that Afridi had in declaring himself a bowler first and not a batsman. Ashraful's biggest mistake may have been hitting a century in his debut that brought unfounded expectations on him. He should have been left alone to develop his own style through trial and error rather than being forced into being a Tendulkar which he obviously was/is not.
I was thinking maybe he should try to go the Afridi rout but now thinking about it, I believe he should try becoming like Dilshan. Of course it's easier said then done but the guy was also a bust but really reinvented himself and now is 1 of the more feared batsman in international cricket. He was a late bloomer and believe that Ash can become like Dilshan but would have to really work hard. That being said, he should just be in the T20 loop for now and wait for him to play ODI's and Tests.
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Old June 25, 2012, 11:47 AM
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A real fan will never 'root against' a player of one's own team. If someone does, they should be strung up by their balls and eviscerated.
Agreed and the thread replies will help u identify them for that purpose. Happy hunting
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Old June 25, 2012, 11:51 AM
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Agreed and the thread replies will help u identify them for that purpose. Happy hunting
You're a good man. I have started my list.
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Old June 25, 2012, 12:18 PM
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No one's hated or disliked, but people are MAD at some players...ex: Ash, Rajib and Rock....U go around Bangladesh, u'll still find many Ash lovers, who still believes that Ash and also believes he can become the next Tendulkar. I know cuz im one

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Old June 25, 2012, 12:24 PM
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Shahadat and Rajib
moderately Shujon
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Old June 25, 2012, 12:30 PM
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Old June 25, 2012, 01:05 PM
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Lets see, well, I hated Rashid Latif for his cheating and denial afterwards and then Salman Batt, Danish Kaneria for their match fixing, Rashed Hanif for his Dhaka league fightings also the emptyness of Shevagh, Boycott, Hookes and then wait, you asked for Bangladeshi players?,, ahh NONE. None of the Bangladeshi players ever did such things that would warrant any hatred from anyone..lack of performance,skills or a desire to join a league can't be a reason for hatred..
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Old June 25, 2012, 01:07 PM
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Lets see, well, I hated Rashid Latif for his cheating and denial afterwards and then Salman Batt, Danish Kaneria for their match fixing, Rashed Hanif for his Dhaka league fightings also the emptyness of Shevagh, Boycott, Hookes and then wait, you asked for Bangladeshi players?,, ahh NONE. None of the Bangladeshi players ever did such things that would warrant any hatred from anyone..lack of performance,skills or a desire to join a league can't be a reason for hatred..


Well said brother.
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Old June 25, 2012, 01:16 PM
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Lets see, well, I hated Rashid Latif for his cheating and denial afterwards and then Salman Batt, Danish Kaneria for their match fixing, Rashed Hanif for his Dhaka league fightings also the emptyness of Shevagh, Boycott, Hookes and then wait, you asked for Bangladeshi players?,, ahh NONE. None of the Bangladeshi players ever did such things that would warrant any hatred from anyone..lack of performance,skills or a desire to join a league can't be a reason for hatred..
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Well said brother.
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I can't even hate those listed in Dhakablues list, but ratyher have "koruna" and don't even bother of thinking them.

One thing I am amazed and proud of the Tigers that being "poor", they never sold their soul to others.
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Old June 25, 2012, 01:40 PM
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Hate is a strong word. I don't hate anyone. Well..very Few people, but that's a different topic.

To be honest I don't dislike any player when they wear that Red and Green uniform. I love them all and pray for their success . Be it Ash, Shahadat or Imrul. Although I don't want some to wear that precious jersey of BD, but if selected and are in the team, ill root for them and hope they do.well.
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Old June 25, 2012, 02:26 PM
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Don't hate or dislike anyone but I can't stand the way Nafees bats. Ugh.
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Old June 25, 2012, 07:48 PM
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Rakibul Hasan. I can't stand this guy.
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Old June 25, 2012, 08:38 PM
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Lets see, well, I hated Rashid Latif for his cheating and denial afterwards and then Salman Batt, Danish Kaneria for their match fixing, Rashed Hanif for his Dhaka league fightings also the emptyness of Shevagh, Boycott, Hookes and then wait, you asked for Bangladeshi players?,, ahh NONE. None of the Bangladeshi players ever did such things that would warrant any hatred from anyone..lack of performance,skills or a desire to join a league can't be a reason for hatred..
wonderful post, Brother
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Old June 25, 2012, 08:38 PM
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A real fan will never 'root against' a player of one's own team. If someone does, they should be strung up by their balls and eviscerated.
+1. If you dislike someone that means even when they are in the playing 11 you are ok/happy with them failing. And if that's the case you are not a true BD fan. The question should be if it was up to you who would keep out of the team, I'm guessing thatd what Raynman bhai is getting at dislike = you don't them on the team.
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Old June 25, 2012, 11:09 PM
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I always pray for our guys to succeed whenever they play for anyone, even when I pretty much know that's highly unlikely. I don't know the players well enough to either love or hate them, but can't stand the way some of these guys play. They are, from the current bunch:

1. Muhammad Rokibul Hasan Nauyon

2. Muhammad "Test Class + Exquisite Timing" Nazimuddin

3. Muhammad Sohrawardi Shubho

4. Imrul Kayes Shagor

5. Jahurul Islam Aumi
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Old June 25, 2012, 11:19 PM
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For me, again, if you are selected, I want you to do well. There are players whose selection at present I will question, merely because either they don't have the inclination to change or lack the capacity to do so.

Lacking desire:
Rajib/Shahadat
Kapali
Aftab
Syed Rasel
Mahbubul Alam Robin

Lacking ability (in their primary area)
Naeem
Rok
Shubho

Obviously my bile is most riled up by the former category
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Old June 26, 2012, 01:25 AM
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If you asked me this a week before it would be Mahmudullah Riyad but having criticised him has let me vent out my anger and actually there has been never before seen improvements in his game, I really thought he re-invented himself there but at the same time I would hold on to any long term judgements on him. I still think this was a one-of a series for him and he would re-invent his true form of disappointing me. So I am still watching him and following his game for now.

On topic, if not Riyad I think I am starting to hate one member of the team, Abdur Rajjak LaLLA. He is really good for nothing to me.
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Old June 26, 2012, 01:30 AM
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^Nostrilamous Rex is still a decent overs limited bowler once you accept his GOD given right to bowl at least 1 (or 2) boundary ball every other over. He enjoys similar freedoms with his batting and fielding also, although he has never been decent in those aspects of the short format.
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