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Old July 12, 2015, 09:02 PM
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BDFlag All Hail Hathurusingha !

This guy is probably not getting the wraps he deserves. He comes into the coaching job and has almost changed the whole mindset of the team. Yes you can talk about about Mash's captaincy but i think this guy started it all. We used to talk about how our players didn't train hard but Chandika comes in saying he was surprised about he quickly the team adapted to things. Which makes me wonder if he is the type of guy that just naturally gains respect. Because in such a short period of time he has changed the style of cricket Bangladesh play for the better and we don't even look like turning back.

On top of the respect almost every young talent he has plucked out of obscurity has paid off which shows that he definitely knows talent and potential when he sees one. Litton demanded selection thru his domestic performances but players such as Soumya Sarkar were already in the squad a long time back. He took on board Jubair Hossain and it is paying off handsomely especially in tests. On top of that he takes in Mustafiz and look how well he is performing.

Chandika has been instrumental in putting all the jigsaw puzzles together. Bangladesh always had the potential but we never really had some who could put it all together. Not only that but it seems like he is a meticulous planner who plans the batsmen weaknesses because our bowlers seem to be bowling to a specific plan which we have never seen before. And part of that we can credit to Heath Streak.

It just makes me think is this the best Bangladeshi coach we have ever had? I truly think he is. This guy saw and he conquered. All Hail Hathurusingha !
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Old July 12, 2015, 09:04 PM
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Absolutely. Heard he is injured? Any word on that.
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Old July 12, 2015, 09:10 PM
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^Yeah what's up with the crutches yesterday?
On topic- He is turning into someone who BD cricket will always remember fondly.
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Old July 12, 2015, 09:13 PM
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Best coach ever. Just what we needed. A gutsy coach
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Old July 12, 2015, 09:25 PM
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Very interesting article about the process Mashrafe was talking about. Sign of a true professional team. Hathuru all the way. Must read:
http://www.kalerkantho.com/print-edi...5/07/13/244622
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Old July 12, 2015, 09:44 PM
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Must have injured his leg after all the *** whooping he dealt to the team due to a string of poor performances
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Old July 12, 2015, 09:49 PM
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Must have injured his leg after all the *** whooping he dealt to the team due to a string of poor performances
Nah actually his leg is injured from all the *** kicking he gave to Pakistan, India and now SA
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Old July 12, 2015, 10:25 PM
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Absolutely. Heard he is injured? Any word on that.
He has ache on toe which reappears after a certain time. Hopefully it will disappear soon.
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Old July 13, 2015, 01:32 AM
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Yup! Mad respect for this guy. Definitely knows what he is doing!!
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Old July 13, 2015, 01:44 AM
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I respect him, but I still cannot get over the horrors of the team selection and tactics in tests.

Our success in ODIs have been exemplary.

Before Zimbabwe series, I expected 4-1 or 3-2, we got 5-0.
Before world cup i was afraid that we may lose to associates. We qualified for the WC, and we beat Afghan by 100+ runs and chased 318 easily against scotland
Before Pakistan series I expected 2-1 to either side and lose the T20, we know what happened
Didn't expect to win a series against India either
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Old July 13, 2015, 01:57 AM
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How about some respect for Nazmul Hassan and the BCB
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Old July 13, 2015, 02:23 AM
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As i am from New South Wales can say he had a good influence over NSW cricket and cricket at the Thunder(BIg Bash).Won a lot of respect there.
He has done wonders for Bangladesh,the next step is tests and T20.
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Old July 13, 2015, 02:55 AM
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Ah, I remember when he first came as coach, some people here wanted to sack him after the first couple of games we lost
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Old July 13, 2015, 05:44 AM
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As i am from New South Wales can say he had a good influence over NSW cricket and cricket at the Thunder(BIg Bash).Won a lot of respect there.
He has done wonders for Bangladesh,the next step is tests and T20.
Im NSW born and bred and i feel like his experience working with the likes of Starc has rubbed off on the BD boys.
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Old July 13, 2015, 06:01 AM
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What I think he brought into the team was discpline which was lacking at the time when he joined. I think he needed to check all the egos of the players.

Allhamdullilah he has got us the rewards
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Old July 13, 2015, 06:11 AM
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Old July 13, 2015, 06:12 AM
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Certainly like Bayliss in the Ashes, he will have a dossier on the NSW players for the upcoming tour.
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Old July 13, 2015, 07:07 AM
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Yes kudos to him but I also think he got lucky.
When new comers like SS,Musta,Shabbir,Taskin, Zubair , taijul play like that you just know they are finished products before they joined the national team.
So yes credit to him and also to all the domestic coaches,
credit to Farukh & his team for finding these players,
credit to Papon khalu who has been harsh at times to bring discipline into the team aswell as supportive.
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Old July 13, 2015, 08:47 AM
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I had no idea who he was until Jeesh bhai gave a short summary about him. SL board was also trying to get him but I think the contract fell through and BCB took him in (lufe nilo as KK would say).

Juergensen had no control over the team. He was very putu putu. Amar mone hoito mushy ar shakib tare jharir upor rakhto.

Go Haturi.
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Old July 13, 2015, 09:15 AM
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Stephen Hawking's got nothing on Hathura the genius! He simply created the history of our times.
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Old July 13, 2015, 10:10 AM
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I feel like this thread was opened a game too early? Or do you not believe we can beat SA in the third ODI? So many celebratory threads being opened(this one, and then the one about beating SA for the second time), as if we already won the series.

There is still one more game to be played. We seem to have been satisfied with a win already. Remember we were thrashed in the 1st game. And we gave them a thrashing in the 2nd game. If we are thrashed in the final game, it will be huge disappointment. But if it's a close and competitive game or we go on to win it and clinch the series, then these type of threads will make more sense.
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Old July 13, 2015, 10:18 AM
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Credits goes to the coach Mr Haturusingha. Has changed many things. And instilled better belief, courage, confidence, work rate, you name it. He has indentified many potentials well, has good sense of what he wants and looks for.


Long may it continue. Keep the good work up Coach.
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Old July 13, 2015, 10:29 AM
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I feel like this thread was opened a game too early? Or do you not believe we can beat SA in the third ODI? So many celebratory threads being opened(this one, and then the one about beating SA for the second time), as if we already won the series.

There is still one more game to be played. We seem to have been satisfied with a win already. Remember we were thrashed in the 1st game. And we gave them a thrashing in the 2nd game. If we are thrashed in the final game, it will be huge disappointment. But if it's a close and competitive game or we go on to win it and clinch the series, then these type of threads will make more sense.
Even if we don't win this series vs South Africa can you really deny him this little pat on the back for the turnaround thus far? The fact that you're here talking about a possibility of a series win, vs South Africa is massive itself! Could you have said anything like that 5 months ago? People would've called you cray cray.
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Old July 13, 2015, 12:23 PM
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Yes he deserve our Kudos.

Also whoever in BCB who was involved in finding this gem also deserve the Kudos. he was not high profile coach, nor was he a sure shot choice. They took some risk, found the diamond in the rough. Also they provided enough supporting cast (other coaches) and space for him to make a difference.

Those all goes hand-on-hand. Every thing need to be close to perfect for even a good coach to shine.
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Old July 13, 2015, 01:00 PM
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Yes he deserve our Kudos.

Also whoever in BCB who was involved in finding this gem also deserve the Kudos. he was not high profile coach, nor was he a sure shot choice. They took some risk, found the diamond in the rough. Also they provided enough supporting cast (other coaches) and space for him to make a difference.

Those all goes hand-on-hand. Every thing need to be close to perfect for even a good coach to shine.
agree. kudos to supporting staff -

Streak - he has been the best appointment. the pacers look like a different breed.
Villavarayan - the players seem to be in good fitness even after months and months of cricket.
Kalpage - helping the spinners out
Halsall - the fielding, esp ground fielding and catching, has improved a lot.
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