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View Poll Results: Should Courtney Walsh be sacked?
Yes 19 73.08%
No 5 19.23%
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Old September 29, 2017, 01:25 AM
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He is no Heath Streak, that is for sure.

But who cares at the end of the day. Cricket just doesn't cut it. Like baseball, it is doomed to die. And while I watch it anyway in support of Bangladesh all I wish for is not to see charlatans like Mushfiqur hogging TV time. That is all.
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Old September 29, 2017, 05:20 AM
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Walsh has completely messed up the attack. this team shouldve had Roy, Shahid, Al Amin instead of Taskin, Shafiul, Rubel... I believe its him who makes these calls and he messed it up
100% agree with those 3.
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Old September 29, 2017, 07:22 AM
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I ask you (my fellow members) again.

Is it Walsh's responsibility to select the final 11 in the team? If not why blaming him for someone else's incompetence?

If you don't like like the team, the blame it to the final decision maker. To my knowledge here it goes in order

1. The captain has the final say who plays in the final 11. he should get the most credit/blame for the final 11 selection.

2. The head coach (in the background, can influence a lot if we have a weak captain). he have some say who gets into the final 11. He should get the some credit/blame for the final 11 selection. Also he is influencer who gets into the final 14 based on current selection structure.

3. The Selectors are suppose to select the final 14, and that's their prime responsibility.


So why we are blaming Walsh for the final 11 selection? This is absurd.

If you feel that our FBs are not progressing under his leadership, then blame him for that. That's a fair criticism. But blaming him for some one's else incompetence (final team selection)? That is not a fair criticism my friend.

btw i am not a fan of Walsh, the FB coach.
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Old September 29, 2017, 07:33 AM
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(Shafiul + Taskin) = (Kayes+Soumya + Sabbir)
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Old September 29, 2017, 08:16 AM
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It's not that bad. It is only PG 13.

This is the R rated scores:

2008 @ Chittagong: BD vs SA 1st Day: SA 405/0. Sharapova was in that team. Mashrafe was in that team. Shakib Al Hasan, Mo Rafique, Abrud Razzak rounded that attack.

I say BD did good @ SA this time around.


The only difference was SA won the toss and elected to bat. Where as here .....
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Old September 29, 2017, 08:25 AM
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Other R rated scores:

Australia had 301/0 in 1st day @Nottingham in 1989. (Against Eng)
Australia had 263/0 in 1st day @Bridgetown in 1965. (Against WI) They were 522/1 at one stage.
Ind had 234/0 in 1st day @Chennai in 1965. (Against NZ) They were 415/0 at one stage.
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Old September 29, 2017, 09:23 AM
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Any change of opinions after seeing Bangladesh bat on this pitch about how awful our pace attack was?
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Old September 29, 2017, 09:28 AM
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Any change of opinions after seeing Bangladesh bat on this pitch about how awful our pace attack was?
... or Any change of opinions after seeing Bangladesh's batting so far on this pitch after how SA easily batted for last two days?

It can go both ways you know.

Also for the sake of argument if our bowling is so awful compared to our batting why the heck we are over compensating (in team composition) our batting at the cost of our bowling? Shouldn't it be the other way around? The only logical answer is our team selector(s) is more worried about our fragile batting than our bowling.
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It's not that bad. It is only PG 13.

This is the R rated scores:

2008 @ Chittagong: BD vs SA 1st Day: SA 405/0. Sharapova was in that team. Mashrafe was in that team. Shakib Al Hasan, Mo Rafique, Abrud Razzak rounded that attack.

I say BD did good @ SA this time around.


The only difference was SA won the toss and elected to bat. Where as here .....
I remember that match,Jack rudloph scored a double hundred on debut in that match
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I remember that match,Jack rudloph scored a double hundred on debut in that match
The record partnership

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Old September 29, 2017, 11:42 AM
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Called for his resignation a long time ago. As usual most of my fellow BC members disagreed with me and wanted to give him more time.

This is the end result. In between we've lost valuable 1.5 years for nothing. When will we ever learn?
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Old September 29, 2017, 12:04 PM
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Called for his resignation a long time ago. As usual most of my fellow BC members disagreed with me and wanted to give him more time.

This is the end result. In between we've lost valuable 1.5 years for nothing. When will we ever learn?
He was never bowling coach of india though.
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Old September 29, 2017, 12:38 PM
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^Lol. How you became one of us.
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Old September 29, 2017, 05:08 PM
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Ei dhoroner ball marka balling koira ki lav ?
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Old September 29, 2017, 05:20 PM
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Our seamers did not bowl anywhere close to the stumps and I dont think u need a coach for that.
If we were unable to exploit good bowling conditions then I would hve blamed Walsh.
But our bowlers were mediocre,could not even do the basics.
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Old September 30, 2017, 12:11 AM
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Called for his resignation a long time ago. As usual most of my fellow BC members disagreed with me and wanted to give him more time.

This is the end result. In between we've lost valuable 1.5 years for nothing. When will we ever learn?
I was always skeptical of Walsh too. But coaches are trial and error.

Speaking of never learning, I have always called you an Indian. When will you ever learn to accept that fact.
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Old September 30, 2017, 04:04 AM
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we don't have pace..... we don't have control, we dont have sense of line length to keep it tight, we cant even reverse .....
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Old October 6, 2017, 04:06 AM
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Forget technical improvement, these guys have forgotten the very basics.

At a minimum they should bowl fourth stump line at decent length forcing dots. But every over lose deliveries-wide, short, full, on the legs. Even someone as quiet as Elgar is scoring a boundary an over.
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Can someone at the BCB please book a one way ticket from South Africa to wherever this waste of space came from.
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Old October 6, 2017, 04:56 AM
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The number of times Atahar boasts about having Walsh in the team! Based on what I have seen of the pace bowlers, he has done nothing.
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Old October 6, 2017, 05:08 AM
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BD is better of sending Mashrafee along with the Test Team to mentor the pacers.

We have achieved nothing under Walsh. At least a status quo would have been ok, here we have gone back by 5 years.
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Hello Sir. How are you? I’m still around. Waiting for your kind resignation.
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The number of times Atahar boasts about having Walsh in the team! Based on what I have seen of the pace bowlers, he has done nothing.
Oh your are completely wrong, he's done a lot.

Completely destroyed a promising attack
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Old October 6, 2017, 06:34 AM
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Also has Sunil Joshi had any impact on the spinners?

True he has been there for a limited time, wickets not great for spin.

But anyone watching approach of Maharaj Vs Taijul/Miraz shouldnt take too long to decipher who the more organized, well prepared spinner is.
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Old October 6, 2017, 07:58 AM
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I dont think Walsh would resign...would you in his own position

he gets a free ride based on his past abilities, gets to travel the world, get high praises from everyone despite poor performance by pacers!
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