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Old September 9, 2012, 03:36 AM
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Default The Re-birth of Ash?

Yap, yet another Ashraful thread!
I know there is an official Ash thread
And, I know I am calling for ...
but,
I thought Ash needed this...

for the bashers!
The sign is there...and Pybus seems trying to motivate Ash to play his natural games instead forcing him altering his playing style.

The way Ash played in this WI tour; looks very promising to me. Now, it's up to the team management to keep motivating him and help keep his confidence up by offering him full team support UNCONDITIONALLY.

An on song Ash could be our passport to reach past quarter-finals and beyond...
So, please support Ash for the shake of our team's success if you are a passionate fan!!

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Old September 9, 2012, 03:51 AM
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KP da, you missed couple of 'Re Re Re Re Re Re' in that 'Re-birth'
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Old September 9, 2012, 03:54 AM
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KP da, you missed couple of 'Re Re Re Re Re Re' in that 'Re-birth'
^^^ indicates how important Ash's contribution for our cricket is!
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Old September 9, 2012, 04:02 AM
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Koi akika r invitation to pelum na.

Anyway,its no re birth but Ash is a good ttwnty batsman, he did what he does in this format.

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Old September 9, 2012, 04:10 AM
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He has been consistent in scoring runs during this preparation leading up to the world cup.
Highest scorer of Bangladesh team in this Quadrangular series, 77 runs in 2 innings @SR 118.46.
Second highest Tamim Iqbal, 51 runs in 2 innings @ SR 108.51.

His opening partnership with Tamim is also proving to be a very important factor for our success in this shortest format so far.

Inshallah he will be able to deliver during the world cup.
Yes, an in-form run scoring Ash can make all the difference in our fortune in the World Cup.
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Old September 9, 2012, 04:49 AM
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following ash for 10 years should have made it clear to think before any statement
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Old September 9, 2012, 05:06 AM
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Well his t20 record was never that bad..
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Old September 9, 2012, 05:12 AM
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koydin porpor poyda hoy boilai ashraful er biye hoy na.

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Old September 9, 2012, 05:23 AM
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koydin porpor poyda hoy boilai ashraful er biye hoy na.

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Old September 9, 2012, 05:31 AM
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all hail sir Ash.
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Old September 9, 2012, 05:58 AM
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koydin porpor poyda hoy boilai ashraful er biye hoy na.

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Old September 9, 2012, 06:09 AM
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Well his t20 record was never that bad..
Looking at his batting record:

T20I: He has scored 372 runs from 20 matches at a SR of 126 with an average of 18.60


T20: He has scored 864 runs from 47 matches at a SR of 115 with an average of 21.07

How is that not bad? It's not even decent for a top order batsman!
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Old September 9, 2012, 06:35 AM
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^^ Well, here we go again.
The same old discussion over and over again.

May be it isn't decent for a top order batsman, but he is the 2nd highest run scorer for Bangladesh in T20I, only behind Tamim. But has a far better SR of 126.10 compared to Tamim's 100.23.
Also the only other batsman along with Tamim to have 2 half centuries in T20I.

In a global standard, they might not stand firm. But for our Bangladeshi context, they are certainly not bad.

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Looking at his batting record:

T20I: He has scored 372 runs from 20 matches at a SR of 126 with an average of 18.60


T20: He has scored 864 runs from 47 matches at a SR of 115 with an average of 21.07

How is that not bad? It's not even decent for a top order batsman!
ash is good in t20 by BD standards

Ash is good in t20 by Ash standards

but all these rebirth threads are jokes, ash will never ever be a consistent player, just accept it and move on

and considering supporting ash, u dont need a new thread for that..as long as he is wearing red and green everybody will support him..we support all the 11 players that play not just ash only
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Old September 9, 2012, 06:37 AM
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opening this thread after WC T20 would have been wiser not now.
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Old September 9, 2012, 06:44 AM
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Looking at his batting record:

T20I: He has scored 372 runs from 20 matches at a SR of 126 with an average of 18.60


T20: He has scored 864 runs from 47 matches at a SR of 115 with an average of 21.07

How is that not bad? It's not even decent for a top order batsman!
That is not that bad ... You are mixing up odi standards with t20 ...compare it with others if he can score 20 odd at 120 sr with tamim around we'll give us a good start
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Old September 9, 2012, 07:03 AM
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and considering supporting ash, u dont need a new thread for that..as long as he is wearing red and green everybody will support him..we support all the 11 players that play not just ash only
Not true.

Even Ash plays 30 balls 30, we bash him. Do you want some references?

And, I am not asking for your support, rather BCB, team management, players and mainly Pybus' support.
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Old September 9, 2012, 07:11 AM
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Not true.

Even Ash plays 30 balls 30, we bash him. Do you want some references?

And, I am not asking for your support, rather BCB, team management, players and mainly Pybus' support.
in a t20 match if he scores 30 of 30 and we bash him and its justified, you can not get out after wasting 30 balls i.e 1/4 th of the match..and he gets out

you can say tamim too scores 30 of 30 why dont he gets the same ammount of bashing?..ans is in ash himself..for 10+ years he taunted us(not entirely his fault), so he gets the major backlash

BCB is supporting him since the day he was born

same goes for team management...reference?..countless number of matches after countless number of fails, remember its only since the last couple of years where he isn't regular in the team..he was never regular with his performance but always regular in the team, heck he was even named captain..if thats not support i dont know what is

pybuss looks like doing ok with him
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Old September 9, 2012, 07:29 AM
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BCB is supporting him since the day he was born

same goes for team management...reference?..countless number of matches after countless number of fails, remember its only since the last couple of years where he isn't regular in the team..he was never regular with his performance but always regular in the team, heck he was even named captain..if thats not support i dont know what is

pybuss looks like doing ok with him
Supporting him means:

> Don't select him when he isn't in form (Ash even was surprised when he was picked for a series!)
> Picked up for one series, played him for one match, then trashed him for next two series
> Assuring him for three matches, then drop him after one match
> Forcing him to change playing technique/style entirely
> Dropping him by BCB official even when he was in selectors' list

I have nothing more to say.
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Old September 9, 2012, 07:34 AM
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While Ash's average in T20Is has slightly gotten better, his strike rate has dipped. From the mid 150s to 126 is a major dip. No, this is not a worrying factor as long as Ash understands that he needs to score faster than that at times of need which he 'failed' to realize (or execute may be?) in a few instances in some of the recent matches.
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Hmm, let's see what changes does this "re-birth" bring to him in the t20 WC and statistics...if NONE, then back to square one.
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> Don't select him when he isn't in form (Ash even was surprised when he was picked for a series!)
this i can agree, ash's surprise may be a good indication that he has started to grow a brain finally
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> Picked up for one series, played him for one match, then trashed him for next two series
> Assuring him for three matches, then drop him after one match
all of this things you talked about occurred in the last 2 years, can you really blame anybody other then ash himself for these treatments?..what was he doing when he was a regular in the team?..what was he doing when people gave him chance after chance, series after series

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> Forcing him to change playing technique/style entirely
now can you blame siddions for trying that?..dont fix whats not broken..but when was ash a fully functional run making machine?..he had tallent with no result, something must have been wrong with him, siddions did what he thought best for ash..if he was consistent nobody would have dared to change his playing technique/style

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> Dropping him by BCB official even when he was in selectors' list
now this i totally agree, ash has become a victim now a days..he did well in the zim test, but never played a test since, he was picked up for the odis on basis of his test form and not picked for tests again on basis of his odi from..this is just wrong

i hope he finds his feet in t20..i dont want to see him in any other format for atleast a year and a half
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^^ ki bepar Rabiul bhai kal ke theke khub form-e achen...bhabir "effect" nishchoi
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Old September 9, 2012, 08:34 AM
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Areh nah, orokom kichu na.
Onek din temon ekta post fost kora hoyna.
Guess I'm just binge posting just to get over the bitter taste of defeat this morning.
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