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Old December 10, 2017, 11:33 PM
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Mosaddek did make Herath and Co look like parar bowlers. Granted Herath may only be a fairly ordinary bowler but Musa was playing in their yard.
Definitely agree on Mosaddek being given an extended run in tests.
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Old December 10, 2017, 11:38 PM
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Mosaddek did make Herath and Co look like parar bowlers. Granted Herath may only be a fairly ordinary bowler but Musa was playing in their yard.
When did this happen? Did I miss the double hundred?
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Old December 11, 2017, 12:30 AM
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When did this happen? Did I miss the double hundred?
Musa's only played 1 Test so far! March 2017.
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Old December 11, 2017, 02:35 AM
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Good choice.tamim would have been better
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Old December 11, 2017, 04:29 AM
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How the flower is Mullah vice captain???

Only our flower for brains BCB is capable of rewarding a flowery loser with a decade of mediocrity with vice-captaincy.

Pathetic! Pathetic! Pathetic! Pathetic! Pathetic!

Forever minnows.
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Old December 11, 2017, 04:32 AM
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How the flower is Mullah vice captain???

Only our flower for brains BCB is capable of rewarding a flowery loser with a decade of mediocrity with vice-captaincy.

Pathetic! Pathetic! Pathetic! Pathetic! Pathetic!

Forever minnows.
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Old December 11, 2017, 07:58 AM
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Why Shakib again ?
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Old December 11, 2017, 08:37 AM
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Why Shakib again ?
When it comes to the idea of "Suspension of Disbelief" Shakib fans excel.

They ignore Realism and go into a trance like state, similar to smoking weed, where they believe Bangladesh cricket revolves around the prodigal son, known as Shakib Al Hasan.
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Old December 11, 2017, 09:27 AM
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Good choice.tamim would have been better
Tamim recently made some comments against BCB regarding the pitch.. They dont want another mushfiq who has the guts to speak against board in public.. Shakib had this but he has been regularly diagnosed by BCB after his each incident. So for the time being he is safe.
Riad is already down and out but obviously a good captain if he performs.. maybe who knows he is that sort of player who can perform when given the responsibility.
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Old December 11, 2017, 09:50 AM
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Thread title: Replaced > Sacked. (and better)

Sacked has tone with vengeance. It puts the readers in a confrontational mood.

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Those who don't like the new captain, you want to continue with Mushfiq? Were you sleeping through the SA tests?
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Old December 11, 2017, 10:04 AM
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Why Shakib again ?
Who else? Lets go by each everyone.

Mushfiq: See SA test decision making. If you fail in that then see England 2nd innings in Dhaka.

Imrul: Khek.
Sarkar: Not in the team any more.
Liton: Khek Khek.
Riyad: Already a huge part of the population raising eye brows for the vice captaincy. Let alone captain.
Mosaddek: Hmm!!! Did he captain before?
Nasir: Could be tried on. But his inclusion in the team is in question.
Sabbir: Dashing hero doesn't even know how to play longer version of the game.
Mustafiz?
Miraz? What would he do in fast pitches? He wouldn't be in the team.

Tamim: I would like that but there is a strong argument against him. He has detrimental points on his shoulder. Few run-ins with opponents. Another one and he is a goner. Will be suspended. The opponents also target him to get him agitated. His hot headedness would play a role. Captaincy needs a calm head.

Who is left? What is your take?
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Old December 11, 2017, 10:25 AM
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Who else? Lets go by each everyone.

Mushfiq: See SA test decision making. If fail in that then see any England 2nd innings in Dhaka.

Imrul: Khek.
Sarkar: Not in the team any more.
Liton: Khek Khek.
Riyad: Already a huge part of the population raising eye brows for the vice captaincy. Let alone captain.
Mosaddek: Hmm!!! Did he captain before?
Nasir: Could be tried on. But his inclusion in the team is in question.
Sabbir: Dashing hero doesn't even know how to play longer version of the game.
Mustafiz?
Miraz? What would he do in fast pitches? He wouldn't be in the team.

Tamim: I would like that but there is a strong argument against him. He has detrimental points on his shoulder. Few run-ins with opponents. Another one and he is a goner. Will be suspended. The opponents also target him to get him agitated. His hot headedness would play a role. Captaincy needs a calm head.

Who is left? What is your take?
Calm head??? Oh yes and Shakib kissed the umpire when he gave a decision against him.
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Old December 11, 2017, 10:37 AM
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Calm head??? Oh yes and Shakib kissed the umpire when he gave a decision against him.
Don't let your hatred overwhelm you. You have to play competitive sports to understand what equates to remain calm in adversity and in eutrophic moments. He is the most calm headed player BD has produced. See, I don't talk out of the blue. From his moment of starting in the BD line up, his reaction while playing in the middle matters the most. Thus his name was given ICE MAN.

Reacting to an unfair decision (player thinks) is universal. Be it Shakib, or Clive Lloyd or Sunil Gavaskar. Especially when the game is on the line. You can't compare that to pushing and shubbing players. Tamim has detrimental points. Stokes has detrimental points. Shakib doesn't. There is a reason behind it.
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Old December 11, 2017, 10:42 AM
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Don't let your hatred overwhelm you. You have to play competitive sports to understand what equates to remain calm in adversity and in eutrophic moments. He is the most calm headed player BD has produced. See, I don't talk out of the blue. From his moment of starting in the BD line up, his reaction while playing in the middle matters the most. Thus his name was given ICE MAN.

Reacting to an unfair decision (player thinks) is universal. Be it Shakib, or Clive Lloyd or Sunil Gavaskar. Especially when the game is on the line. You can't compare that to pushing and shubbing players. Tamim has detrimental ypoints. SHakib doesn't. There is a reason behind it.
Tbh shakib was really clam headed in his early days..2007 to 2010..stardom ruined his clamness..he is nowhere near the iceman now that he was before
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Old December 11, 2017, 10:51 AM
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what a pathetic decision. I still can't believe that arguably the greatest test captain in the history of Bangladesh cricket has just been sacked for absolutely no reason what so ever.


This just shows that honest and hard working players aren't welcomed in Bangladesh team. Most of them don't get their due respect and get discarded for silly reasons. Currently players who can grovel at the feet of bcb chairman r the ones who r getting all the recognition. Such a sad state of affairs.


No wonder, a respectable international coach like Hatu didn't want to work with these clowns.


What I don't understand is how can a egotistical player who has just chickened out from an important away tour, who doesn't have any interest in playing test cricket, who plays countless number of useless t20 leagues throughout the year, who points towards his groin in front of the camera can be made the captain of a national team?
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Old December 11, 2017, 10:55 AM
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Bangladesh cricket will get funished if we let this circus to continue. Soon Afghanistan will overtake us, Mark my word.
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Old December 11, 2017, 12:45 PM
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Thread title: Replaced > Sacked. (and better)

Sacked has tone with vengeance. It puts the readers in a confrontational mood.

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Those who don't like the new captain, you want to continue with Mushfiq? Were you sleeping through the SA tests?
Mushfiq got sacked
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Old December 11, 2017, 12:48 PM
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Mosaddek did make Herath and Co look like parar bowlers. Granted Herath may only be a fairly ordinary bowler but Musa was playing in their yard.
Herath ordinary?

He's no Murali, but a complete nonsense judgement
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Old December 11, 2017, 01:27 PM
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I understand Mushfiq had to be replaced. But it's still puzzling to me that Shakib is the replacement.

Just the day before Papon was questioning the patriotism of some player, accusing that someone thinks he is bigger than the team and the nation. I thought the player in question was Shakib. Yet the day after he became the Test captain!

I have nothing against him for taking the break. But, instead of using the time to take a proper rest, Shakib used it in different political campaigns. Is this the reward from Awami League for him being such good asset for the party?
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Old December 11, 2017, 01:32 PM
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Think Imrul Kayes would have been a better captain than many. He is not given enough chances at the helm; but lo and behold, the best things in life comes as a result of surprise. Kayes is that surprise. He has experience on his side.

He have my endorsement....

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Old December 11, 2017, 01:52 PM
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Why is everyone so worried about RIyad as a deputy? True his place isnt cemented yet but who would you rather have? If tamim couldnt be the promoted from the deputy to lead role, he cant hold the deputy role either. Its evident that BCB blamed him along with Mushy for the failure. Leave out Tamim and every other candidate has no more leverage then RIyad for the spot. Kayes? no experience and questionable form, Mominul? No where near a leadership quality, Mushy.. well duh!, Miraz? Too new! Liton? let him make the 11 first. Fizz? Vice captain? really? Taijul? Not even needed for half the games... Everyone else can barely crack into the side. Riyad on the other hand has great leadership skills and BCB is just trying to give him a boost by giving him a role. It may work...
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Old December 11, 2017, 04:04 PM
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Riyad will make things little bit complicated. I am assuming, if he does well in the T20I and ODI series, he will be promoted back to #4 slot, and Mushfiq will be given back his gloves to make place for Mosaddek (with so many lefties on the Lanka side, having another offie besides Miraz will be desirable. Plus Shakib has been promoting Mosaddek as a bowler).

But if he struggles in LOIs, I guess he will be benched, Mushfiq will be #4, and Liton will be retained as the keeper.
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Old December 11, 2017, 04:48 PM
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It’s definitely less than ideal to have riyad as VC in the test team, pretty much means he can’t be dropped and if they are willing to drop the VC it would be pretty ridiculous because they should’ve had the foresight to realise giving him the VC is not a good decision.

I hope it doesn’t mean mushy gets his gloves back, it’s fine forbhim to keep in the shorter two formats but leave the rest keeping to someone who’s a bit better.
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Old December 11, 2017, 04:55 PM
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^^ See no reason to think Liton is a better keeper than Mushfiq. Actually, he seems to be worse. Only reason to consider Liton is to let Mushfiq focus on batting, especially if he needs to take up the #4 slot.

Nurul is the only one better than Mushfiq as a keeper. But he just does not make the cut as a batsman.
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Old December 11, 2017, 04:59 PM
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This just shows that honest and hard working players aren't welcomed in Bangladesh team.
What a bunch of load of crap. Do you make these things up along the ways? Don't you remember Mushfiqur's early day stats? It's was being pethatic for a player of his calliber. He even got dropped and got replaced by gosh at one point. Hard work paid off and now he is one of the best batsmen in the team. Let me write that out again, BATSMEN, not a captain, not a keeper but one of the BEST we have produced as a batsmen.
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