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View Poll Results: What's the solution?
Let Bangladesh play for another 2-3 years before judging 14 45.16%
Stay away from Test cricket (more 'A' tours and development) for a while like Zimbabwe did 13 41.94%
Scrap Bangldesh's Test status 4 12.90%
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Old April 20, 2013, 02:11 PM
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BD ektu kharap korle-i ei lok gula koththeke udoi hoi..emnei nijer jalai bachi na..tarpor ei beta kata ghaye nuner chita dite aiche..tao abar FAN0-der forum-e. Moderator-gon E-hake kothin shastir bebostha korun ei thread kholar aporadh-e. Since you guys are kind unlike me (at least in this state of mind), please allow me to see a cricket match with this guy..rest of the things I will take care..sorry matha-ta pura-i kharap hoiyya geche
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Old April 20, 2013, 02:14 PM
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Garbage thread ! 5 star down...
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Old April 20, 2013, 03:16 PM
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I don't think it is the time to discuss this. We just had a more than decent Test tour against one of the better teams of Test cricket.

We played very poorly in this match and we have mental issues against Zimbabwe. We have been lot more competitive against Test nations in recent matches compared to Zimbabwe's recent performances.

There is no excuse for this loss, but jumping into bandwagon about Test status is opportunistic and doesn't deserve a proper discussion at this point.

Zimbabwe is a better team than Bangladesh at home.
Why have I this feeling: I have read this before.
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Old April 20, 2013, 03:32 PM
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I don't think it is the time to discuss this. We just had a more than decent Test tour against one of the better teams of Test cricket.

We played very poorly in this match and we have mental issues against Zimbabwe. We have been lot more competitive against Test nations in recent matches compared to Zimbabwe's recent performances.

There is no excuse for this loss, but jumping into bandwagon about Test status is opportunistic and doesn't deserve a proper discussion at this point.

Zimbabwe is a better team than Bangladesh at home.
Thank you! Finally some who is not menstruating and who gets it. Mods should close this thread and the discussion amongst Bangladeshis should be as invalid as opening a FC thread saying that Bangladesh should be stripped of sovereignty and/or rejoin with Pakistan. To me its the same thing.
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Old April 20, 2013, 09:07 PM
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how does the ratings work? There were 2 votes , then I added my vote, so 3 votes. Now some sorry person voted, guessing 1 +5 and it loses one red arrow thing.
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Old April 21, 2013, 05:28 AM
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Taylor 273, Bangladesh 281

That says a lot
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Old April 22, 2013, 06:39 AM
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This is a good piece regarding the matter

Bangladesh's embarrassing lack of improvement since getting Test status pours shame on ICC's rushed decision

In their inaugural Test innings, fired by patriotic pride, Bangladesh’s batsmen fought their way to 400 on a very slow pitch. In their second innings they collapsed against India, and lost by a big margin – and the same has been happening pretty much ever since.

Of their 73 Tests, Bangladesh have lost 63 of them. It is a record which speaks for itself, and that is before you factor in that half of those defeats have been by an innings, after their opponents have declared with a huge total and few wickets down.
Seven of their Tests have ended in draws - only seven. Given the flatness of their pitches at home and the amount of rain in the rest of the world, any self-respecting Test side should have competed well enough to force more draws than that.

Bangladesh have won three Tests out of 73 – and even that figure looks better than it really is. One was at home to Zimbabwe. The other two came in the West Indies when the West Indian board had alienated even more players than usual, so they had to field what was effectively their third XI.

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/cri...-decision.html

Losing twice to an inexperienced ZIM team makes it even worse
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Old April 22, 2013, 08:29 AM
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This is a good piece regarding the matter

Bangladesh's embarrassing lack of improvement since getting Test status pours shame on ICC's rushed decision

In their inaugural Test innings, fired by patriotic pride, Bangladesh’s batsmen fought their way to 400 on a very slow pitch. In their second innings they collapsed against India, and lost by a big margin – and the same has been happening pretty much ever since.

Of their 73 Tests, Bangladesh have lost 63 of them. It is a record which speaks for itself, and that is before you factor in that half of those defeats have been by an innings, after their opponents have declared with a huge total and few wickets down.
Seven of their Tests have ended in draws - only seven. Given the flatness of their pitches at home and the amount of rain in the rest of the world, any self-respecting Test side should have competed well enough to force more draws than that.

Bangladesh have won three Tests out of 73 – and even that figure looks better than it really is. One was at home to Zimbabwe. The other two came in the West Indies when the West Indian board had alienated even more players than usual, so they had to field what was effectively their third XI.

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/cri...-decision.html

Losing twice to an inexperienced ZIM team makes it even worse
Not denying the current situation but this article is full of wrong information.
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Old April 22, 2013, 05:21 PM
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I do not mind criticism. Hope this will bring out the tiger in Ash, Rubel, Mushfiq, Iceman, Riad, Nafis et. al.
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Old April 22, 2013, 05:22 PM
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This is a good piece regarding the matter

Bangladesh's embarrassing lack of improvement since getting Test status pours shame on ICC's rushed decision

In their inaugural Test innings, fired by patriotic pride, Bangladesh’s batsmen fought their way to 400 on a very slow pitch. In their second innings they collapsed against India, and lost by a big margin – and the same has been happening pretty much ever since.

Of their 73 Tests, Bangladesh have lost 63 of them. It is a record which speaks for itself, and that is before you factor in that half of those defeats have been by an innings, after their opponents have declared with a huge total and few wickets down.
Seven of their Tests have ended in draws - only seven. Given the flatness of their pitches at home and the amount of rain in the rest of the world, any self-respecting Test side should have competed well enough to force more draws than that.

Bangladesh have won three Tests out of 73 – and even that figure looks better than it really is. One was at home to Zimbabwe. The other two came in the West Indies when the West Indian board had alienated even more players than usual, so they had to field what was effectively their third XI.

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/cri...-decision.html

Losing twice to an inexperienced ZIM team makes it even worse
What's rain got to do with anything? Idiotic writer from stupid tabloid newspaper..
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Old April 22, 2013, 06:14 PM
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Didn't mean to make trouble. That is why I said "Hopefully a decent discussion without stupid comments and tantrums". It's not my problem that some are not mature enough to carry on a cricket-related discussion here.

Btw, I support South Africa
We're in the same boat then. In 50 years our country will be under water, and your country won't have any healthy people left. We may end up rooting for the same "home" side by that time.

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Old April 22, 2013, 06:39 PM
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Garbage thread ! 5 star down...
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Old April 22, 2013, 07:23 PM
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Is this 'Champ' guy a Zim supporter? LOL

Why is he posting a 6 month old article?
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Old April 22, 2013, 07:24 PM
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Is this 'Champ' guy a Zim supporter? LOL
Yeah, there are all these ZIM fans coming under the guise of South Africans and what not. ZIM hardly has fans inside ZIM...why would they have fans outside?
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Old April 22, 2013, 07:38 PM
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Yeah, there are all these ZIM fans coming under the guise of South Africans and what not. ZIM hardly has fans inside ZIM...why would they have fans outside?
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so whats the conclusion of the thread ????

should we play the game that starts tomorrow ????
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Old April 23, 2013, 01:59 AM
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so whats the conclusion of the thread ????

should we play the game that starts tomorrow ????
Is the game starting tomorow? Ah crap doomsday has come too early.
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Old April 23, 2013, 02:05 AM
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Which punk keeps thumbs-upping this thread? Stop feeling so generous!
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Old April 23, 2013, 11:54 AM
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its the manner the batsmen's get out to is shocking to see after 13 years in the format, still the same old rubbish!

Some fans complain BD don't get enough test. please the lesser the better, less humiliation!
The fact of the matter is BD aren't up to test format.

Bangladesh should play less test next 3years, maybe 4 a year. But, play More ODI's leading up 2015 WC, because ODI is where Bangladesh will succeed more, and it is BD's best format, and play t20s!
Really? What a smart idea - less play, less humiliation!

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so whats the conclusion of the thread ????

should we play the game that starts tomorrow ????
I say - NO.





But, you can ask the OP & Co. if they permit us to play or not!
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They should just come home and eat their mommies' cooked food, get fat, trip and injure themselves. Playing the rest of the matches is too much of a chore.
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They should just come home and eat their mommies' cooked food, get fat, trip and injure themselves.
I think that job is already done.
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নিজের নাম দিয়েছে 'চ্যাম্প'অথচ বিশ্বকাপ জিততে পারে নাই একটাও এখনো| মে বি ব্যান দেম ফ্রম প্লেয়িং ইন দা ওয়ার্ল্ড কাপ সেমিজ ফার্স্ট ফরচোকিং ওভার এন্ড ওভার এগেন?
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নিজের নাম দিয়েছে 'চ্যাম্প'অথচ বিশ্বকাপ জিততে পারে নাই একটাও এখনো| মে বি ব্যান দেম ফ্রম প্লেয়িং ইন দা ওয়ার্ল্ড কাপ সেমিজ ফার্স্ট ফরচোকিং ওভার এন্ড ওভার এগেন?
তুমি এইটা কি লিখলা? এইটারে বাংলিশ কমু না নতুন কিছু??
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BD corporate companies are now sponsoring away Test matches as well as Home series:
Srilanka: Dhaka Bank
Zimbabwe: Teletalk

I wont be surprised if the tradition continues by local sponsors in NZ, WI, ENG and even SA or AUS. Just win some Tests, money will roll and all these menaingless cry will stop. Hate from haters cant stop us, we are here to stay. Long Live BD Cricket!
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