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Old January 7, 2016, 09:39 AM
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Exclamation BCB mulls holding Mustafizur back from PSL

The BCB could hold back Mustafizur Rahman from playing in the forthcoming PSL. While the board has mentioned Mustafizur's workload as the major worry, ESPNcricinfo has learned there is also concern within the Bangladesh team management of overexposing the left-arm pace bowler too soon.

Mustafizur was picked up by the Lahore Qalandars franchise for $50,000 for Pakistan's domestic T20 tournament to be held in the UAE from February 4. It is understood that there have been discussions within the BCB over compensating Mustafizur if he misses the tournament, thought it is not yet confirmed whether he will be stopped from playing in it.

The BCB's chief executive Nizamuddin Chowdhury said the board would take the advice of their doctors before taking a decision on Mustafizur, considering Bangladesh's busy schedule, which includes the Asia Cup T20 in Dhaka from February 24 and the World T20 in India from March 9. Before the PSL, Bangladesh are also scheduled to play four T20s against Zimbabwe from January 15 to 22.

"Basically we will take the observation of our physician before giving him the NOC," Chowdhury told the Dhaka-based New Age. "He [Mustafizur] is a young prospect, so we don't want to take any risk with him. We must consider his age and see whether he can take the load as there are other T20 assignments coming up after the PSL."

There is also talk that playing in the PSL would mean Pakistan's players gaining a familiarity with Mustafizur's bowling and his variations, which have been a significant factor in his early success, before they meet Bangladesh in the Asia Cup and potentially in the World T20.

Mustafizur, who in 2015 became the first Bangladesh cricketer to feature in the ICC's ODI team of the year, is among four Bangladesh players picked in the PSL's draft, alongside Shakib Al Hasan, Tamim Iqbal and Mushfiqur Rahim.

http://www.espncricinfo.com/banglade...ry/959281.html
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Old January 7, 2016, 11:35 AM
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Not doing the right thing BCB. So 8-10 T20 matches won't hamper his fitness as much as people will think and unlike BPL franchises, the PSL seems to have a more professional team management so they will be able to handle him.

About exposing him too early. Why should we be so concerned? If he is a quality bowler he will be quality bowler for his entire career. If our point of view is that he will be used as a one trick pony then there is no need for this special hype given to him. He is a smart bowler with good potential even without the cutter, he can perform well even if he is "figured" out or whatever that is
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Old January 7, 2016, 01:13 PM
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Should have thought about it before the draft.
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Old January 7, 2016, 01:50 PM
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Mustafizur should Not play PSL. Hes young and unnecessary pressure will put a lot of stress on him. Bangladesh Cricket needs Mustafiz for a very long time. Time to give him some rest.
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Old January 7, 2016, 03:38 PM
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This is ridiculous! Let the kid bowl in different conditions to quality players!
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Old January 7, 2016, 06:59 PM
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u do this before entering his name for the auction not after.... very immature and PCB like move by BCB
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Old January 7, 2016, 08:59 PM
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BCB must have wondered "what would PCB do in this situation" and then decided on the course of action.
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Old January 7, 2016, 09:10 PM
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BCB must have wondered "what would PCB do in this situation" and then decided on the course of action.
Lol. I support BCB...Mustafiz should focus on Tests and ODIs...no need to play a garbage format in another mindless t20 league. But they should compensate him.

In the end i think BCB will give him the NOC.
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Old January 7, 2016, 10:42 PM
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This is ridiculous. BCB better be ready to pay him 50K from their pocket for this stupidity.
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Old January 8, 2016, 03:31 AM
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Lol. I support BCB...Mustafiz should focus on Tests and ODIs...no need to play a garbage format in another mindless t20 league. But they should compensate him.

In the end i think BCB will give him the NOC.
They should not deprive him of the opportunity to bowl to the likes of Russel, Watson, Haddin, KP.

It will boost his confidence a lot. He is the key bowler in his team's bowling lineup which will give him a lot of confidence knowing that the entire weight of a foreign franchise is on your shoulders. How often has that happened to a Bangladeshi cricketer?

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Old January 8, 2016, 08:22 AM
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very bad decision by bcb, so far musta only played in BD, it would have been good exp for hip playing in alien environment and pressure, specially considering the T20 WC is in India
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Old January 8, 2016, 09:56 AM
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Good decision, he needs a break, he's bowled about 200 overs in 6 months that's a lot for a 19 year old.
Or what they can do is talk to the franchise and make him available for only half the games and the ko games
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Old January 8, 2016, 11:09 AM
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Foreign franchises will be reluctant to invest their precious salary cap space on Mustafiz in the future. They would feel threatened by BCB NOC. Mustafiz's IPL value just plummeted. May be we should put Mustafiz in the closet. Why did he play in the BPL? All those Pakistani players learnt to play his balls. May be, there shouldn't be any TV coverage. Others will figure him out.

May be, to retaliate, Lahore will ask PCB to block their players in future BPL. Having said that, he needs his rest; but not at the cost of foreign leagues. Perhaps, he should rest during the domestic leagues.
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Old January 9, 2016, 06:28 PM
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This is a signature sign of extreme poor sense of self beliefe and a total reflection of mental insecurity. "What if an athlete's skill/athletic ability/tricks of his trade be figured out by the opponents.." what a bunch of rubbish and croc...A player, if he is GOOD, should always GROW and should always improve on his skill, not just cash in on his early majic and talent found in his young career. He must develop FURTHER everyday, today better than yesterday, tomorrow better than today. What is his JOB? The game and for Mustafiz TO BOWL well. What is he going to do otherwise, cut grass on field to feed the cows? It is also his job to FIGURE OUT his oppositions, the opponent BATSMEN. And constantly exploit their weaknesses and to keep a keen eye on which opponent batsman is improving, where and when. And it is Mustafiz's game to figure out how to kill that! You skip (hold back from) 1 PSL, then what? What happens after 3 to 5 years? Skillwise, if he stays stagnent and does not constantly improve upon himself, the whole cricketing world would figure out his game by then. Then what? Where would his career be?

And BCB, and the admin and management! An institution must grow, and be strong, mentally that is. Otherwise it's a shameless weakheart of a joke (that does not make you laugh, but make you feel embarrassed due to association).

Mustafiz should be played. He should and MUST always play, and play like an athlete he wants to be - Positive and lethal. Don't grow to be a coward. Better never play at all than that.
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Old January 9, 2016, 07:38 PM
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I actually think it's a good decision, yes it will diminish our interest for PSL but we gotta think long term here. Probably you will never see him field and the Pakistanis along with all the bideshis there will just get a feel of the bowler and the fear factor will be gone. Also I don't think he has been in a situation where there is no guidance. He always has a brother or a father figure around him till now, in PSL at this young age he might just get overwhelmed and lose confidence.

There might be a lot of reasons but again, if they can be dealt with then he should play. Us playing abroad has only made our cricket better. We need to play overseas period.
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Old January 9, 2016, 07:52 PM
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As long as he is not under any cross-fire, nightclub-alcohol/drugs related scandal, catch any disease; he should play.
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Old January 10, 2016, 02:37 AM
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Obviously this decision will have its good share of lovers and haters. But truth be told, Bangladesh doesnt produce Mustafizur's every day. And considering how we have seen injury issues suffered by the likes of Mashrafee, Taskin etc during early phase of career, i cant wrong or fault BCB for wanting to shield from excessive workload. All it ll take is one strain or hamstring or ankle to jeopardize his career, and it will be quite silly if it comes as a result of a foreign T20 league.
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Old January 10, 2016, 02:42 AM
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Apparently BCB is considering pulling out all BD players from PCL. Will be the stupidest move by BCB if this happens. This will mean PCB will pull out its players for BPL which will have a much larger impact
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Old January 10, 2016, 04:22 AM
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Apparently BCB is considering pulling out all BD players from PCL. Will be the stupidest move by BCB if this happens. This will mean PCB will pull out its players for BPL which will have a much larger impact
That would be an absolute farce.

It is detrimental to our own players and fans. Our players are being denied cricket on foreign soil, playing in a foreign league as foreigners with extra importance. Oh and the money is good too. What the heck did our league pay our players? PEANUTS! A man of Shakib's caliber earned around 45k for the entire BPL, yes 45K when he will be earning 4 times the amount in a foreign league. When did playing 8-9 T20 matches on the trot become "issue" for our player's fitness when we had a BPL with even worse scedhule

It is important that Mushfiq, Tamim and Mustafizur plays in PSL so that they can get extra confidence playing against foreign players in T20s. Heck i too was looking forward to seeing our boys in a foreign league, and i am not the only one. It is a massive dissappointment. Atleast let us watch our players play a foreign league instead of a crap tournament like BPL with crappy cameras, crappy Shamim, same old frigging Mirpur, and that utter garbage called channel 9 that won't even let you watch the match because of their frigging advertisement. Heck these guys don't get called to play in BBL, CPL, let alone IPL, the least they deserve is to play in the PSL.

And BCB should not forget that BPL- 3 was somewhat a success because of the Pakistan players who brought in quality, hence fans from not only Pakistan but BD took greater interest. Fact is, BPL needs Pakistan players more than PSL needs BD players. 20 pak in entire BPL in 6 franchises, whilst 4 BD players in 5 franchises in PSL. Now do the math.

However, ofcourse, my outburst would be of no value if the above information is not true. But regardless, BD players including Mustafiz should definitely play in PSL. Mustafiz should be given a few matches rest in between. And I hate how BCB undermined Mustafiz by saying that they don't want Mustafiz to be figured out.

I would really love to see how batsman are able to figure out a smart bowler who can bowl at 140 at the age of 20, and ball at a nagging line and length, all that even without bowling a cutter. Someone should show the video clip of his triple wicket maiden. Kock, Amla and Duminy, all victim of good length balls
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Old January 10, 2016, 04:48 AM
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It has more to do with politics than cricket. Recent diplomatic row with pakistan may play a part here. Personally I dont want politics mixed with sports. Dont be back stabbers BCB.
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Perhaps the way this was done was not professional, but sometimes we must keep a bit of faith in our administrators-for such matters.

Suppose Mustafizur injures himself due to being overburdened before T20 WC or any other major competition-we will once again blame BCB for not managing players well enough.
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What decision has BCB made?

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Apparently BCB is considering pulling out all BD players from PCL. Will be the stupidest move by BCB if this happens. This will mean PCB will pull out its players for BPL which will have a much larger impact
i swear man all the bangladesh cricket fan should go for protest in the street if this happen god forbid , bangladesh cricket is not for awamilege propaganda , this is why icc once said cricket board president should be out of politics no matter what , but corrupt papon force his way to bcb presidency by not lettting best ex BCB president saber hossain into the competition , if we wanna save cricket than papon and co must go for zero corruption and politics into bangladesh cricket , everyone should go on the street and demand papon resign if anythings comes up lyk this , politics should be out of bangladesh cricket no matter what
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Street protest to send players in PSL? Dont you think its over the top
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Old January 14, 2016, 08:18 AM
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i swear man all the bangladesh cricket fan should go for protest in the street if this happen god forbid , bangladesh cricket is not for awamilege propaganda , this is why icc once said cricket board president should be out of politics no matter what , but corrupt papon force his way to bcb presidency by not lettting best ex BCB president saber hossain into the competition , if we wanna save cricket than papon and co must go for zero corruption and politics into bangladesh cricket , everyone should go on the street and demand papon resign if anythings comes up lyk this , politics should be out of bangladesh cricket no matter what
Saber bhai was great no doubt. But Papon has been quite impressive too.
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