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Old June 26, 2012, 08:41 PM
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Cricket in Afghanistan has better future than inBangladesh
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Plus considering the fact that Afghanistan is a war torn country with hardly any cricket budget and Bangladesh, which has been playing test cricket for 10 year with much better domestic set up; its quite pathetic really. Bangladesh has been a minnow for the past 10 years and will be in the future. Afgan has way better prospects from U-19 than from the losers BD U-19 team.
Welcome to BC DaFan. I have a question for you.

Zim is better than SA. That is what the scorecard would tell, wouldn't it? A crushing 9 wicket victory should solidify the previous win so not one game wonder. Don't you think?
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Old June 26, 2012, 10:32 PM
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Welcome to BC DaFan. I have a question for you.

Zim is better than SA. That is what the scorecard would tell, wouldn't it? A crushing 9 wicket victory should solidify the previous win so not one game wonder. Don't you think?
perfect question but if he ever answers he will say no Steyn, Morkel, AB, Kallis, Botha and all that stuff
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Old June 26, 2012, 10:50 PM
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perfect question but if he ever answers he will say no Steyn, Morkel, AB, Kallis, Botha and all that stuff
Dear Brother ,
I saw every match of bangladesh u-19 team .You guys are right , may be that does not matter one match we loosing against Afghanistan and sri lanka . But i feel the other way . I Know and saw before our under-19 team is far better technically and talented wise from this team .Thats why i am scared that if our next upcoming cricketers is not better then Shakib , Tamim etc. then we have some problem in near future. If we want to upgrade our level our young star should be better then Tamim ,Shakib .If they not break the barrier of shakib and Tamim then we will one day no were to reach to top level.
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Old June 26, 2012, 11:46 PM
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discussion going on....we all believe one match cannot be a factor..but still it is heart breaking to see defeat from afgans.. oshojjo jontrona.....
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Old June 27, 2012, 12:32 AM
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AF you adjust depicting a picture from your mind. Afghans 99% even don't understand cricket as a game and nether play and neither they have any infrastructure whatsoever. Yes in any nation desperate for success at any level will rally and talk about their success in that event. But that hasn't yet reached that stage to call it a popular sports.

Just by the names I can point put with 100% guarantee that about 8 of them are pure Pakistani origin players. Afghan surnames are very distinctly different, with only grey area is Khans... Who can be a Pathan from either side.
Most of the player names sound afghan to me...Ahmadzai, Karzai, ___zai! Najibullah, Ahmadullah, Karimullah...etc. Most of them are listed by CI as being born in Afghanistan. Either way a Pathan is a Pathan. What if we found out 200 years ago, Shakib's ancestors were from Kolkata...would that disqualify him from playing for Bangladesh? I don't think we should go out and hire Manoj Tiwari or Ashok Dinda, but if something happened historically a bazillion years ago (before or after Partition), that doesn't matter.

OK, maybe resident Afghans aren't into the sport that much, but neither are resident Kiwis or Zimbabweans or West Indians. I'm not saying Afghanistan deserve Test status right now, but if they had infrastructure and security to host matches they should. Ireland deserve it already or definitely in the next few years.
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Old June 27, 2012, 12:55 AM
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our young cricketers need to change their attitude..they have all the skills but they are lack of some goals, which we saw in the team of shakib-mushi u-19 era. Being a cricketer and playing for age level team these young crickters are getting popularity.. Our media is making news, fans are adding them in FB is making them more populer.. They should realise this isnt the end.. they should think like shakib, mushi, mash.. otherwise we will loose against afgans in future..
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Old June 27, 2012, 01:36 AM
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I know one loss does not mean anything we still have many problems in domestic cricket we need to strengthen our domestic cricket and make it better upto international standard one then we can be sure so far our domestic cricket has not improved we do not have proper cricket grounds and proper coaching for youngsters.
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Old June 27, 2012, 03:31 AM
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Love a good panic stations thread. The Bangladesh under 20s lost to the Afghanistan under 21s in a one off game and now the country has no future. Not to mention two of the Bangladesh team's best players (Abul Hasan and Anamul Haq) weren't there cos of senior team duties. It's true that Afghanistan have a bright future, but Bangladesh do too and if you played that game 10 times my guess is that the Bangladeshis would win at least as many as they'd lose.
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Old June 27, 2012, 03:51 AM
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Love a good panic stations thread. The Bangladesh under 20s lost to the Afghanistan under 21s in a one off game and now the country has no future. Not to mention two of the Bangladesh team's best players (Abul Hasan and Anamul Haq) weren't there cos of senior team duties. It's true that Afghanistan have a bright future, but Bangladesh do too and if you played that game 10 times my guess is that the Bangladeshis would win at least as many as they'd lose.
Get outta here...we've got no time for calm and reason. I'm setting up something to rival the Nuremberg Trials to bring these perpetrators to justice.
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Old June 27, 2012, 04:11 AM
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The sky is falling and you talk about reason. It's the end my friend. The end, I tell ya. Exit right laughing maniacally.
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Old June 27, 2012, 04:19 AM
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I propose we ban cricket and go on a roti diet to become proper fans supporting the right team. Hopefully the aforesaid "roti diet" would turn our children who will NEVER KNOW RICE, into fair skinned, muscular and preferably bearded cricketers within a generation or two. If it does -- it may not because Bangladeshis won't abandon Bangla, rice, fish and their non-Nasheed music anytime soon without immediate guidance from Islamic Brotherhood -- then we may return to cricket as guys playing for United Islamic States of Talibania spreading from Bangladesh to the KSA.

BC can become the Salafi cricket site it needs to be.
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Old June 27, 2012, 04:27 AM
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Love a good panic stations thread. The Bangladesh under 20s lost to the Afghanistan under 21s in a one off game and now the country has no future. Not to mention two of the Bangladesh team's best players (Abul Hasan and Anamul Haq) weren't there cos of senior team duties. It's true that Afghanistan have a bright future, but Bangladesh do too and if you played that game 10 times my guess is that the Bangladeshis would win at least as many as they'd lose.
We Bangladeshi fans love to jump to conclusions and panic.
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Old June 27, 2012, 04:41 AM
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DaFan bhai, so tell me about their Premiere League, you know something like BPL. Or what about the number of cricket stadium, or how rich their board is. Infact, its astounding how a country torn with war is said to have a better future in cricket.

And what does U-19 win means? its just a single loss. People forget that Aus were bundled out under 50 runs in a test match not 1 year ago. And plz, u forget to mention that half of the Afghan players is from pakistan
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Old June 27, 2012, 04:47 AM
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Da(wah)Fan should run the new BC and then the Bangladesh branch of the USTCB.
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Old June 27, 2012, 05:30 AM
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DaFan got what he wanted. Attention.
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Old June 27, 2012, 06:37 AM
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Why are people even bothering to argue? Threads like this should seriously get ZERO response. -_-
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Old June 27, 2012, 07:39 AM
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Old June 27, 2012, 09:25 AM
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I think we are getting overboard in critising Da Fan. He did have some valid points:

1) Non playing nation such as Associate U-19 team beating Professional Rich Cricket Board U-19 team, It's a sign of worry. especially in a Big Event like U-19 Asia Cup.

2) If Afghanistan U-19 team has been practising better than U-19 bangladesh Team with limited resources, what has bangladesh cricket board done to help the U-19 bangladesh team to be well prepared?

3) Most of our win's are coming at home venus for the U-19 match's but we fail to do as expected in overseas condition. However, the Afghanistan U-19 or Senior Team play most of it's match's overseas and does well such as the T20 Qualifier!

At the rate which Afghanistan is improving, I won't be shocked if in future, Afghanistan trash us in ODI or T20 overseas or maybe some at home venus. I really like the way and rate at which Afghanistan are improving so much, much better rate then bangladesh.
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Old June 27, 2012, 09:30 AM
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^^ I'm surprised to see myself agreeing somewhat with MSM. How come our progress is so slow compared to countries like Ireland, Netherland, and Afghanistan? Shall I point my far grubby fingers art the management?
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Old June 27, 2012, 10:14 AM
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I think we are getting overboard in critising Da Fan. He did have some valid points:

1) Non playing nation such as Associate U-19 team beating Professional Rich Cricket Board U-19 team, It's a sign of worry. especially in a Big Event like U-19 Asia Cup.

2) If Afghanistan U-19 team has been practising better than U-19 bangladesh Team with limited resources, what has bangladesh cricket board done to help the U-19 bangladesh team to be well prepared?

3) Most of our win's are coming at home venus for the U-19 match's but we fail to do as expected in overseas condition. However, the Afghanistan U-19 or Senior Team play most of it's match's overseas and does well such as the T20 Qualifier!

At the rate which Afghanistan is improving, I won't be shocked if in future, Afghanistan trash us in ODI or T20 overseas or maybe some at home venus. I really like the way and rate at which Afghanistan are improving so much, much better rate then bangladesh.
First let them start winning against big teams. In your words afghanistan is developing very quickly, it could be true to some extent. But develop to WHAT EXTENT? There is a limit to how much strong they can become. Without a good FC structure, no stadium, and everything else, I dont see them becoming a good force in the future
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Old June 27, 2012, 10:17 AM
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First let them start winning against big teams. In your words afghanistan is developing very quickly, it could be true to some extent. But develop to WHAT EXTENT? There is a limit to how much strong they can become. Without a good FC structure, no stadium, and everything else, I dont see them becoming a good force in the future
Where is our good FC structure? BCB, where forth art thou?
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Old June 27, 2012, 10:24 AM
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Cricket in Afghanistan has better future than inBangladesh
As is "Poppy growing in Bangladesh has better future than Afghanistan"
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Old June 27, 2012, 10:26 AM
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As is "Poppy growing in Bangladesh has better future than Afghanistan"
No. Our weather is too dry. Darn, do I have to teach botany too?
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Old June 27, 2012, 10:31 AM
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Duh:p Bangladeshi can get shelter in Myanmar and grow some poppy there, no? Is Myanmar too dry? Now you have to really teach botany of Myanmar to us
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Old June 27, 2012, 10:34 AM
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Duh:p Bangladeshi can get shelter in Myanmar and grow some poppy there, no? Is Myanmar too dry? Now you have to really teach botany of Myanmar to us
Myanmar is just as wet as us. Wel will just have to colonic Caliornia.

More seriously - ignore the OP, but acknowledge them as a rising cricketing nation and celebrate it. But - make a vow to kick their and everyone's *** next time.
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