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Old June 10, 2008, 01:48 AM
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Because Ash can do what JO did - better, longer and faster ...

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And JO cannot do what Ash originally can do.

So Ash is becoming varsetile and matured as a batsman.
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Old June 12, 2008, 07:43 AM
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SN Mofees Pagla needs to be moved down the order or get kicked out. This guys looks to be totally clueless.
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Old June 13, 2008, 10:00 AM
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And JO cannot do what Ash originally can do.

So Ash is becoming varsetile and matured as a batsman.
We heard the term," Gadha pitaye Ghora Banano",, 2008 introduced a new term, " Ghora Pitaye Gadha banabo".. yeah, lets make the players matured and Akram type..bhuriwala, bibahito ebong dui shontaner jonok wala, Except, I doubt that players would possess the termperment or cricket sense of Akram..
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Old June 13, 2008, 10:59 AM
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We heard the term," Gadha pitaye Ghora Banano",, 2008 introduced a new term, " Ghora Pitaye Gadha banabo".. yeah, lets make the players matured and Akram type..bhuriwala, bibahito ebong dui shontaner jonok wala, Except, I doubt that players would possess the termperment or cricket sense of Akram..
Don't diminish Akram. Akram has much better cricket sense than anybody (bar Sujon) in the whole BCB set up (That include our esteemed coach JS). His innings against the dutch in ICC is the best innings any Bangladshi player played under pressure. In a virtual Q/F against an underdog your team is tottering at 15/5. You are captain of the team who is expected to win the tournament he played a gem of innings of 68 in more than 70 strike rate with only three fours.
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Old June 13, 2008, 11:26 AM
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Don't diminish Akram. Akram has much better cricket sense than anybody (bar Sujon) in the whole BCB set up (That include our esteemed coach JS). His innings against the dutch in ICC is the best innings any Bangladshi player played under pressure. In a virtual Q/F against an underdog your team is tottering at 15/5. You are captain of the team who is expected to win the tournament he played a gem of innings of 68 in more than 70 strike rate with only three fours.
That is by far the best innings that any BD player has played in any format of the game.
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Old June 13, 2008, 12:42 PM
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High scores

Bangladesh - One-Day Internationals

Player Runs Balls 4s 6s SR Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
Shakib Al Hasan 134* 152 14 0 88.15 v Canada St John's 28 Feb 2007 ODI # 2530
Tamim Iqbal 129 136 15 1 94.85 v Ireland Dhaka (SBNS) 22 Mar 2008 ODI # 2695
Shahriar Nafees 123* 161 17 1 76.39 v Zimbabwe Jaipur 13 Oct 2006 ODI # 2427
Shahriar Nafees 118* 148 12 0 79.72 v Zimbabwe Harare 6 Aug 2006 ODI # 2398
Rajin Saleh 108* 113 16 0 95.57 v Kenya Fatullah 25 Mar 2006 ODI # 2356
Shakib Al Hasan 108 120 8 0 90.00 v Pakistan Multan 16 Apr 2008 ODI # 2702
Shahriar Nafees 105* 138 13 1 76.08 v Zimbabwe Khulna 30 Nov 2006 ODI # 2453
Shahriar Nafees 104* 112 8 3 92.85 v Bermuda St John's 25 Feb 2007 ODI # 2528
Mehrab Hossain 101 116 9 2 87.06 v Zimbabwe Dhaka 25 Mar 1999 ODI # 1420
Mohammad Ashraful 100 101 11 0 99.00 v Australia Cardiff 18 Jun 2005 ODI # 2250

http://stats.cricinfo.com/ci/engine/...d=25;type=team

all of SNs centuries are against really bad teams.. If we want to move up in rank we have to drop this guy, cuz obviously hes not good against better teams ... TI and Shakib Ashrafu; amd aftab are better international players ... we should find a replacement opener for SN asap
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Old June 13, 2008, 03:12 PM
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Don't diminish Akram. Akram has much better cricket sense than anybody (bar Sujon) in the whole BCB set up (That include our esteemed coach JS). His innings against the dutch in ICC is the best innings any Bangladshi player played under pressure. In a virtual Q/F against an underdog your team is tottering at 15/5. You are captain of the team who is expected to win the tournament he played a gem of innings of 68 in more than 70 strike rate with only three fours.
Dude,,, thats what I said, Akram had a far better cricket sense even when he was bulkier and older than Shahrier Nafees/Ashraful. In fact, I think all those players had much better brain than this generation,,, they played with heart/had the education/had the true 'gentleman' quality to play for the national team than the current bunch.

However, as gentleman as Akram is,, he is not being too vocal and taking a stand for the players he is selecting, thats where I have some issues with him. Thats a different discussion..
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Old June 13, 2008, 03:26 PM
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I have no problem if we had a opener who is seating cause SN is getting chance and he is better. But he is not. Trying out player is NTL has to stop.

SN at least plays better against small teams. So let him play and may be one day he will come good. In the mean time we need to groom some one in A/Academy team and give him the chance only when we r 110% sure that he will work.

We need to move away from our nature/habit of throwing players away just because he can't score against big guys or some thing. Tell me who will? Now if you put kayes in there he might do same as his friend ZN then what?

So stop your bickering about SN and let them play...
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Old June 18, 2008, 05:08 AM
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Default Shahriyar Nafees – He Can Do It, Don’t Write Him Off

Shahriyar's form and performance is a matter of concern which is putting the captain and rest of the team under great pressure.

One cannot blame Siddons much as it is difficult for a Coach to bring about major changes to techniques of a senior player.

We do not want to write off Shahriyar Nafees so soon. He was one of our key batsman and Vice captain of the team a few years back and he did put up a great performance against the World Champions Aussies.

We all remember his outstanding performance against the Aussies with great pride.

He later on played a memorable undefeated century knock against Zimbabwe in an international tournament in India.

The hallmark of that innings was his excellent pacing. First fifty he grafted and played every ball on merit. Once he crossed fifty he cut loose and treated the Zimbabwean bowlers with utter disdain.

I also noticed that his confidence level grew so high in that match that for rest of the fifty he played without a helmet meaning he was seeing the ball like a balloon and also hinting to opposing bowlers that your bowling is kid stuff I don't need a helmet.

BCB which has of late is making some good decisions on different aspects of BD cricket needs to look beyond Siddons to correct Shahriyar's shortcomings.

But honestly speaking if you watch Shahriyar's batting during the last World Cup, against Pakistan in Pakistan and recently in the Kitply cup he is technically nowhere near Tamim or Junaed or Raqib or Saqib. Just watch his shots.

Shahriyar is probably the most educated amongst the present crop of BD cricketers.

He was doing MBA. Has he completed ? He is at ease and very fluent with the media . Those are plus points. If he can voluntarily take a break and work on his shortcomings he might have a good second innings .Cricketers like Gautam Gambhir who was left out of the team because of some shortcomings took advantage of this by doing soul searching, working hard on the faulty techniques and on comeback has turned into one of the top batsman of the Indian team these days

I am sure Shahriyar will come back sooner or later after correcting his techniques.

My good wishes to Shahriyar .

You can do it Shahriyar!

Our prayers are with you.

Allah Hafez.

Cheers!
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Old July 29, 2019, 02:52 AM
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Would of loved to see SN in the ODI squad though.
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Would of loved to see SN in the ODI squad though.
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Old July 29, 2019, 08:58 AM
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Old July 29, 2019, 09:00 AM
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Why do they keep posting on a Shahriar Nafees thread
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Old July 29, 2019, 09:18 AM
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Old July 29, 2019, 01:24 PM
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