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Old October 26, 2009, 04:19 AM
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Default Every thing about Faisal Hossain

It seems that this guy has improved his batting a lot.He has improved his medium pace bowlling as well.(Hav controversy about bowling action).Can we consider him for the national team again?Lets look at his career:
http://www.cricinfo.com/bangladesh/c...yer/55889.html
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Old October 26, 2009, 04:36 AM
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We need to see footage of him in action...both in batting and bowling. Esp since tar bowling action was questionable in the past, and ppl are also worried about his technique...Remember Phil Hughes is considered a future opener for Australia despite his techniques but then again not everyone is him.

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Old October 26, 2009, 05:09 AM
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i'm cautious with him because many people talk about his poor technique with the bat, also i thought i read that in a recent match his bowling action was picked up so i think unless we've seen him play a few times it's difficult to make any picks on him.
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We need to see footage of him in action...both in batting and bowling. Esp since tar bowling action was questionable in the past, and ppl are also worried about his technique...Remember Phil Hughes is considered a future opener for Australia despite his techniques but then again not everyone is him.
yeah but hughes is incredible tbh, he's scored mountains of runs no matter what level he's played in, he was averaging in the 60s or high 50s in FC cricket when he was selected for the aussie test team. go to cricketarchive.com and look at his average for every match he's played and in 106 matches (134 innings), he's averaging 51.89 and that includes u17 games, u19 games, AIS games, centre of excellence games, NSW games, Aus A games, Aus national team games, county games. he's currently averaging in the 60s in FC cricket, 48.75 in t20s and i guess by his standards a disappointing 37.52 in list A cricket.
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Old October 26, 2009, 05:38 AM
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i'm cautious with him because many people talk about his poor technique with the bat, also i thought i read that in a recent match his bowling action was picked up so i think unless we've seen him play a few times it's difficult to make any picks on him.
The way this guy is performing in both ball and bat that is amaizing.He is the true competitor of Farhad Reza as a pace all rounder.I am also worried about his bowling action.But his action was not enlisted in list A rather he was listed in list B (Keep eye on him).As per his interview in todays Prothom Alo he has faced the bowling action committee and the result will be published soon.If he pass then he will be permitted to bowl in DPL this year.
He has bowled in Maharastra and practice matches against Zimbabwe there was on objection from the umpires so i am hopeful about purity of his bowling action.

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i'm cautious with him because many people talk about his poor technique with the bat, also i thought i read that in a recent match his bowling action was picked up so i think unless we've seen him play a few times it's difficult to make any picks on him.
He has poor technique. I can still remember his batting while playing for national side.
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As far as I know, Faisal is a Left arm spinner. But in his cricinfo profile it says, "Right-arm medium-fast". Anyone confirm which one is correct?

Faisal was really vulnerable against short pitched bowling when I last saw him. He was that much bad that he was like moving away towards leg-stamp against bouncer. Not sure how much he has improved on that. Like many other BD batsman, he is good at playing spin. Again, he had many flaws in his technique last time i saw him. So, can't comment how he has shaped. Needs some foreign tour with "A" tour may be.
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Faisal is a left arm spinner. Cricinfo is wrong.
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হঠাত্ করেই নামটা যোগ হয়ে গিয়েছিল জাতীয় দলে। আবার হঠাত্ করেই ‘নেই’ হয়ে গেলেন! তবে ফয়সাল হোসেন বীরদর্পেই টিকে আছেন ঘরোয়া ক্রিকেটে, ভালো খেললেন জিম্বাবুয়ের বিপক্ষে দুটি প্রস্তুতি ম্যাচেও। ব্যাটিংয়ে অপরাজিত ৮১ ও ৩০ রান। বল হাতে আছে উইকেটও

 ঘরোয়া ক্রিকেটে সব সময়ই রান পান। এখন ‘এ’ দল বা সমমানের পর্যায়েও ভালো করছেন। প্রেরণা পাচ্ছেন কোত্থেকে?
ফয়সাল হোসেন: আসলে বাংলাদেশের ক্রিকেট এখন অনেক ফাস্ট হয়ে গেছে। ভালো ক্রিকেট না খেললে টিকে থাকা কঠিন। আমার যে বয়সটা (৩১ বছর) এখন যাচ্ছে, আমি মনে করি এটাই সময় ভালো ক্রিকেট খেলার। এই বোধটাই এগিয়ে নিচ্ছে আমাকে। আমি মনে করি, ক্রিকেট খেললে আমাকে ভালো ক্রিকেটই খেলতে হবে।
 বলা হয় একজন ব্যাটসম্যানের আসল সময়টাই শুরু হয় ২৯-৩০ বছর বয়সে। আপনার তো এখন সেই সময়ই চলছে...
ফয়সাল: সুযোগ পেলে হয়তো আরও আগেই ভালো কিছু করতে পারতাম। অধিকাংশ ক্ষেত্রেই দেখবেন আমাদের খেলোয়াড়েরা ১০-১৫টা ম্যাচ খেলার পর গিয়ে ক্লিক করেছে, রান পেয়েছে। আমার কিন্তু সেটা খেলা হয়নি। একটা টেস্ট আর চারটা ওয়ানডে খেলার পরই যদি কোনো খেলোয়াড়ের ব্যাপারে চূড়ান্ত সিদ্ধান্ত নেওয়া হয়ে যায়...তাহলে তো হলো না! আমাকে আরও সুযোগ দেওয়া যেত। খেলার সুযোগ পেলে হয়তো প্রমাণ করে দেখাতে পারতাম।
 বাংলাদেশ দলে প্রথম বাঁ-হাতি স্পেশালিস্ট ব্যাটসম্যান হিসেবে ২০০৪ সালে আপনার অভিষেক। অনেক আলোচনা হয়েছিল আপনাকে নিয়ে। আপনার নিজের কী মনে হয়েছিল তখন?
ফয়সাল: ঘরোয়া ক্রিকেটে ভালো করেই সুযোগ পেয়েছিলাম। কিন্তু দলে জায়গা করে নেওয়ার জন্য দায়িত্ব নিয়ে ব্যাটিং করার ব্যাপারটা তখন মাথায় ছিল না। শুধু মনে হয়েছিল, ভালো খেললে আমি টিকে থাকব, খারাপ খেললে আমাকে অবশ্যই চলে যেতে হবে।
 ওয়েস্ট ইন্ডিজ আর শ্রীলঙ্কায় দুটি সিরিজ খেললেন। এরপর বাদ পড়ে গেলেন কেন? নিজের চোখে নিজের ভুলটা কী ছিল?
ফয়সাল: আগেই বলেছি, একটা খেলোয়াড়ের ভবিষ্যত্ চিন্তার জন্য, দেখার জন্য একটু সময় দরকার। আমি মনে হয় এই সময়টা খুব অল্প পেয়েছি। আমাকে আরও কয়েকটা ম্যাচ খেলতে দিয়ে দেখতে পারত।
 মহারাষ্ট্রে ‘এ’ দলের হয়ে ভালো বোলিং করেছেন। জিম্বাবুয়ের বিপক্ষেও দুটি প্রস্তুতি ম্যাচে ৩ উইকেট পেলেন। অথচ আমরা তো জানতাম অ্যাকশন ঠিক না থাকায় আপনার বল করাই নিষেধ!
ফয়সাল: একজন খেলোয়াড়ের মধ্যে যদি ভালো কিছু করার প্রতিজ্ঞা থাকে—এসব সমস্যা দিনে দিনে কাটিয়ে তোলা যায়। আমার নিষেধাজ্ঞাটা লেভেল-২ পর্যায়ের ছিল। মানে আমি চাইলে বল করতে পারব, কিন্তু আমার অ্যাকশন পর্যবেক্ষণের মধ্যে থাকবে। মাঝখানে আমার আর পরীক্ষা-টরিক্ষা কিছু নেওয়া হয়নি। মহারাষ্ট্রে ভালো বল করার পরই হয়তো বোর্ড চিন্তা করেছে আমার একটা পরীক্ষা নেওয়া উচিত। পরীক্ষা দিয়েছিও, এর সঙ্গে অনুশীলন ম্যাচে আমাকে সুযোগ করে দেওয়া হয়েছে বল করার। এই ম্যাচের ভিডিও দেখে আমার অ্যাকশন বোঝা যাবে। ভালো কিছু হলে হয়তো প্রিমিয়ার লিগেও বল করতে পারব।
 ভবিষ্যত্ লক্ষ্য কী? জাতীয় দলে ফেরার স্বপ্ন এখনো দেখেন?
ফয়সাল: আগেও আমার কোনো ভবিষ্যত্ লক্ষ্য ছিল না, এখনো নেই।্রকিন্তু মানুষ যখন ভালো করতে থাকে, তখন এমনিতেই লক্ষ্যগুলো সামনে চলে আসে। আমি যদি ভালো করি, ধাপে ধাপে এগোব...আজ প্রথম বিভাগ, কাল প্রিমিয়ার লিগ, এরপর জাতীয় দলে যাব। ভালো করলে সামনে লক্ষ্য আসবেই। আমি এখন ভালো ক্রিকেট খেলার চেষ্টা করছি, হয়তো ভালো খেলছিও। এখনো যদি আমি সুযোগ পাই, যেকোনো কিছু করার জন্য প্রস্তুত আছি।
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Old October 26, 2009, 09:21 AM
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Faisal is a left arm spinner. Cricinfo is wrong.
Full name: Faisal Hossain
Born: 26th October 1978, Chittagong, Bangladesh
Batting: Left-hand batsman
Bowling: Right-arm medium-fast
Biography: He is sometimes referred to on scoresheets by his nickname Decans
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Any one can confirm it? Cricket archieve is also wrong?
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I watched him in his debut series a good few years ago and although I don't believe one has to have great technique to survive in international cricket, my impression was that he wouldn't go too far if he didn't bring about a major overhaul in his batting.

But then, people change. I haven't seen him since.
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I watched him in his debut series a good few years ago and although I don't believe one has to have great technique to survive in international cricket, my impression was that he wouldn't go too far if he didn't bring about a major overhaul in his batting.

But then, people change. I haven't seen him since.
He is genuinely gifted when playing spin bowling. Sucks playing against quality fast bowlers.
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I remember the huge, huge hype about him before he was selected for a WI tour. He was super duper bumper flop.

The main reason he was so hyped up was because he bats left handed at at that time that was hard to find. I have no idea how he is faring so many years later.

but, are we going to end up with a 'everything/official' thread about every player? This is getting very annoying and I think mods should stop this.
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He is genuinely gifted when playing spin bowling. Sucks playing against quality fast bowlers.
Tagging as genuinely gifted would be a bit overrate. Anyways Tokai sums up nicely.
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I saw him in the windies tour of 2004 and was not particularly impressed by his technique.

Going by developments over the years and recent performances, I hope things have changed and can continue his form domestically and for the A-team.

For national team development, I don't want to see him in the team till post England away series where that would be a good time to assess our performance during the last year which commences tomorrow..
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I have played with him last year, He came here to play minor county. We invite him to play for our team.He bowled few overs. He was quite expensive but his batting was impressive.
As a person this guy is good.
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Is he any good?

or

Is he still getting raw deal, after getting brief opportunity too early at the wrong time in his career?

That is the real question for some of us.
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Faisal Hossain, I am sorry to say, does not deserve a new thread.
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As far as i have search every where he has been classified as medium fast bowler even in profile of Banglad Cricket any one can confirm it?

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I wonder how he earned his nick. Was he a big fan of Oliver?

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He spells it "Decance", typical really. Maybe a bizarre ode to the mighty Deccan Blues our matobbors used to struggle against?
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Old October 26, 2009, 11:42 PM
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Or to short circuit via Occam's razor...why not just plain ode to mighty Deccan chargers?
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I wonder why he hasn't played a single match after his debut? I mean even if he is hopeless, 1 test? Clearly some mismanagement there.

Does anyone rate him? I've seen him bowl and looked like a chucker at the time.
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Decans might have good domestic stats but watch him bat and you'll know he doesn't have the technique to survive in international cricket. Doesn't sight the ball very well and with his atrocious footwork, he never seemed like a real prospect.
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Old January 11, 2013, 06:17 AM
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Ah fair enough.
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