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View Poll Results: Do you love the "Abuls" in us?
Yes! I am a fanboy!! 3 27.27%
Bangladesh cricket is better served by these "Abuls" 0 0%
We demand more of these... 5 45.45%
আমাকে সাহায্য কর নিয়মিত বেত্রাঘাত করে... 3 27.27%
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Old March 23, 2013, 10:12 PM
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Default I love "Abuls", do you!?

I must say I am so impressed with the performances of the likes of "Abul" & Co.

From selecting our team to fielding, bowling, you won't see such performers in any other side/country in the cricketing wold. I used to play with these kind of Abuls in my boyhood and the opposition used to send the balls to the other side of the para/moholla, same we saw Dilshan and Co. did last night.

And ESPNcricinfo thinks Visitors succumb to Dilshan assault
I wonder if "Abul & Co." minds reading CI headline that CI put down their efforts without giving due credits!!!?

Well, here is my respect for our selectors, team management, BCB officials for showing consistency as "Abuls".
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Old March 23, 2013, 10:20 PM
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jara Babul, tarau kee Abul ???
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Old March 23, 2013, 10:21 PM
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I like those Abuls in opponent team, NOT in my team !
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Old March 23, 2013, 10:22 PM
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jara babul, tarau kee abul ???
কি কঠিন প্রশ্ন! লে বাবা!!
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Old March 23, 2013, 10:24 PM
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I like those Abuls in opponent team, NOT in my team !
I do too!

Problem is it's very hard to find any in opponent team now a days!
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Old March 23, 2013, 10:35 PM
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Sorry to say this but Abul is the selectors creation. They picked him because he seemed young promising, strong, quick. But they didnt give any consideration to his domestic record and experience. This mindset questions why we even need domestic cricket? Just for fun or the sake of having it?
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I once knew a girl named Luba. For some reason whenever i remember her name these days i get angry
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Old March 23, 2013, 11:22 PM
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I once knew a girl named Luba. For some reason whenever i remember her name these days i get angry
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Old March 24, 2013, 03:16 AM
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Guys like talha, sajedul, shahjada, delwar, shubashish plays years after years but dont get chance in national team but without playing any match or even getting 3 wkt, abul plays all format. He is even not in main xi in club cricket
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Old March 24, 2013, 03:32 AM
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I think Abul is one of the worst players to have ever played international cricket as a specialist bowler. I can't think of a bowler who looked so hopeless and out of place in international arena. Even Shahadat has sparks of decent-ness, Abul on the other hand, has nowhere to go.
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Guys like talha, sajedul, shahjada, delwar, shubashish plays years after years but dont get chance in national team but without playing any match or even getting 3 wkt, abul plays all format. He is even not in main xi in club cricket
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Old March 24, 2013, 11:42 AM
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Guys like talha, sajedul, shahjada, delwar, shubashish plays years after years but dont get chance in national team but without playing any match or even getting 3 wkt, abul plays all format. He is even not in main xi in club cricket
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Old March 24, 2013, 11:48 AM
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We have got few abul's which abul do you love the most?
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Old March 24, 2013, 01:57 PM
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We have Ashrafuls and we have Abuls.... they complements each other.

Yes as long as we have Ashrafuls, we need an Abul also to take the hit from Asrafuls.

While the experieced superstars hits two eid innings, and play like Abuls for the rest of the year, the poor inexperienced under-prepared Abuls gets most the hit from the fans.

While "Ashrafuls" survives years after years, Abul's career get short ended by both BCB (throwing him in fire too soon) and fans (not patient enough). The original Abul's career is pretty much over .... or will be over pretty soon.

The real question is when the original Abul leave the team, who will be the next "Abul" in the team? Because we need them to save "Ashrafuls" from getting all the heat.

Now I hear suggestion about opening Zia instead. I have no problem with that. However I am guessing before the ZIm series ends, Zia will be the next Abul in fan's eye.
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Old March 24, 2013, 02:04 PM
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South Africa has A B De Villiers, we have A B UL Hasan.
We will be like South Africa one day.
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Old March 24, 2013, 02:17 PM
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Guys like talha, sajedul, shahjada, delwar, shubashish plays years after years but dont get chance in national team but without playing any match or even getting 3 wkt, abul plays all format. He is even not in main xi in club cricket
Can't believe it the selection criteria is he chosen because of his batting!
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Old March 24, 2013, 02:34 PM
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Its pity to see instead of being fanboy, ppl demanding more of these... hope this is just expression of frustration. For me to watch these Abuls in our team to play internation cricket is a torture for quite a while now.
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Old March 24, 2013, 02:59 PM
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We have Ashrafuls and we have Abuls.... they complements each other.

Yes as long as we have Ashrafuls, we need an Abul also to take the hit from Asrafuls.

While the experieced superstars hits two eid innings, and play like Abuls for the rest of the year, the poor inexperienced under-prepared Abuls gets most the hit from the fans.

While "Ashrafuls" survives years after years, Abul's career get short ended by both BCB (throwing him in fire too soon) and fans (not patient enough). The original Abul's career is pretty much over .... or will be over pretty soon.

The real question is when the original Abul leave the team, who will be the next "Abul" in the team? Because we need them to save "Ashrafuls" from getting all the heat.

Now I hear suggestion about opening Zia instead. I have no problem with that. However I am guessing before the ZIm series ends, Zia will be the next Abul in fan's eye.
Fazal bhai, I an not saying it's all Raju's fault! Though, he should know how to bowl maintaining line and length.

I want to know what the team management sees in him that we don't see?
Why selectors through him into the fire so early? Without being prepared??

Looking how our pace bowling is, why BCB is not taking any actions?
Why not higher a pace bowling coach knowing our pacers are not improving under SJ?
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Old March 24, 2013, 04:08 PM
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Fazal bhai, I an not saying it's all Raju's fault! Though, he should know how to bowl maintaining line and length.

I want to know what the team management sees in him that we don't see?
Why selectors through him into the fire so early? Without being prepared??

Looking how our pace bowling is, why BCB is not taking any actions?
Why not higher a pace bowling coach knowing our pacers are not improving under SJ?
Fair enough questions. But does it have to be "Abul" thread to ask these questions? You replace this name i.e. "Abul" with "Ashraful", "Rubel", "Shahadat", "Junaid","Rube", "Shafiul" and even "Anamul" etc, and you can ask these questions....the same problem were there before Abul came to the lime light, and the issue will continue to stay even Abul will be successfully eliminated from the team. This is not the first time:

  • An under prepared player was tried and failed
  • A talented player kept his position even when he failed to under perform consistently.
  • "Unlucky"/"Step child" again get injured in the wrong time.
And this will not be the last time that will happen.


yes Abul under performed in this ODI, and yes if he is dropped from the team no body will drop tears for him. But picking up this young man to symbolize our deeper problem within BCB/team? Don't you think we (the fans) are taking easy way out to prove a point here?



Yes he was part of the problem, but was he the only player in the team why we lost the game?
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