Bangladesh Watch: 2022 and Beyond

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Re: Bangladesh Watch: 2022 and Beyond

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Kriterion_BD wrote:
Sun Jan 09, 2022 7:16 am
Tinah09 wrote:
Sun Jan 09, 2022 6:18 am


It seems that Bangladesh are good at training and equipping thier U19 teams as evidenced by their U19 WC win in 2020, plus they have been integrating the cream of their various U19 cohorts into their national team. Is it possible that Zimbabwe’s failure to retain U19 talent is a major driving factor in the widening the gulf between us and them. Does Bangladesh lose any British-passport holding U19 (if they have any) to England club cricket/county/ formerly-kolpac? How many Bangladeshi youth turn their backs on cricket for university (as if one can’t study and pursue pro-sports simultaneously!)?


In short is this rapidly, widening gap between Zim and Bangladesh be because we identify talent, train talent, spotlight the talent on the international stage then inevitably lose talent to low-tier UK clubs/counties and universities… wash, rinse, repeat…going round and round in circles?
Short answer yes. IDK where ZIM would be in the world game if they retained all their talent, but they'd surely be a lot better than they are now.
African Cricket can never be strong due to many issues like racial, political, qouta etc. After England now they will very soon be making Irish team strong as quite few domestic performers of proteas are in the Irish domestic sides. CSA though have managed to retain their U19s, ZC have been completely failure in keeping their U19s neither they have any interest or they have adopted any policies to do it. After 2024, Zimbabwe's name in cricket world might struggle for existence as few back to back ICC qualifiers are around the corner where cricket world are about to witness few new teams to flourish.

Only ex cricketers who have knowledge about the game can save Zim from vanishing by getting appointed in ZC which has been impossible in their structure

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Re: Bangladesh Watch: 2022 and Beyond

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Rajkumar Sharma wrote:
Sun Jan 09, 2022 11:56 am

African Cricket can never be strong due to many issues like racial, political, qouta etc. After England now they will very soon be making Irish team strong as quite few domestic performers of proteas are in the Irish domestic sides. CSA though have managed to retain their U19s, ZC have been completely failure in keeping their U19s neither they have any interest or they have adopted any policies to do it. After 2024, Zimbabwe's name in cricket world might struggle for existence as few back to back ICC qualifiers are around the corner where cricket world are about to witness few new teams to flourish.

Only ex cricketers who have knowledge about the game can save Zim from vanishing by getting appointed in ZC which has been impossible in their structure
Nice one The Robot. Let me guess;

Zim should appoint Adam Flower, Danny Houghton, Keith Curran, Edwin Brandos, Alistair Compballs, Heath Strokes, only then can win and be good team in african cricket. Otherwise many racist quota slection and racism can not win. Everyone love ireland all the african play ireland ireland will win all with pj mooores and zimbabwe lose more.

Develop good seamer inswinger outswinger cutterball modern approach T20 style can win.

Branden Dicklip in team will win

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Re: Bangladesh Watch: 2022 and Beyond

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secretzimbo wrote:
Sun Jan 09, 2022 12:31 pm
Rajkumar Sharma wrote:
Sun Jan 09, 2022 11:56 am

African Cricket can never be strong due to many issues like racial, political, qouta etc. After England now they will very soon be making Irish team strong as quite few domestic performers of proteas are in the Irish domestic sides. CSA though have managed to retain their U19s, ZC have been completely failure in keeping their U19s neither they have any interest or they have adopted any policies to do it. After 2024, Zimbabwe's name in cricket world might struggle for existence as few back to back ICC qualifiers are around the corner where cricket world are about to witness few new teams to flourish.

Only ex cricketers who have knowledge about the game can save Zim from vanishing by getting appointed in ZC which has been impossible in their structure
Nice one The Robot. Let me guess;

Zim should appoint Adam Flower, Danny Houghton, Keith Curran, Edwin Brandos, Alistair Compballs, Heath Strokes, only then can win and be good team in african cricket. Otherwise many racist quota slection and racism can not win. Everyone love ireland all the african play ireland ireland will win all with pj mooores and zimbabwe lose more.

Develop good seamer inswinger outswinger cutterball modern approach T20 style can win.

Branden Dicklip in team will win
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Re: Bangladesh Watch: 2022 and Beyond

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secretzimbo wrote:
Sun Jan 09, 2022 12:31 pm
Rajkumar Sharma wrote:
Sun Jan 09, 2022 11:56 am

African Cricket can never be strong due to many issues like racial, political, qouta etc. After England now they will very soon be making Irish team strong as quite few domestic performers of proteas are in the Irish domestic sides. CSA though have managed to retain their U19s, ZC have been completely failure in keeping their U19s neither they have any interest or they have adopted any policies to do it. After 2024, Zimbabwe's name in cricket world might struggle for existence as few back to back ICC qualifiers are around the corner where cricket world are about to witness few new teams to flourish.

Only ex cricketers who have knowledge about the game can save Zim from vanishing by getting appointed in ZC which has been impossible in their structure
Nice one The Robot. Let me guess;

Zim should appoint Adam Flower, Danny Houghton, Keith Curran, Edwin Brandos, Alistair Compballs, Heath Strokes, only then can win and be good team in african cricket. Otherwise many racist quota slection and racism can not win. Everyone love ireland all the african play ireland ireland will win all with pj mooores and zimbabwe lose more.

Develop good seamer inswinger outswinger cutterball modern approach T20 style can win.

Branden Dicklip in team will win
Hey faggot say, if Zim gets 3-0 white washed by SL. You leave the forum :lol:

Lets challenge if you are so much hopefull with Zim and have some guts in your ass
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Re: Bangladesh Watch: 2022 and Beyond

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The Robot wrote:
Mon Jan 10, 2022 6:36 am
secretzimbo wrote:
Sun Jan 09, 2022 12:31 pm
Rajkumar Sharma wrote:
Sun Jan 09, 2022 11:56 am

African Cricket can never be strong due to many issues like racial, political, qouta etc. After England now they will very soon be making Irish team strong as quite few domestic performers of proteas are in the Irish domestic sides. CSA though have managed to retain their U19s, ZC have been completely failure in keeping their U19s neither they have any interest or they have adopted any policies to do it. After 2024, Zimbabwe's name in cricket world might struggle for existence as few back to back ICC qualifiers are around the corner where cricket world are about to witness few new teams to flourish.

Only ex cricketers who have knowledge about the game can save Zim from vanishing by getting appointed in ZC which has been impossible in their structure
Nice one The Robot. Let me guess;

Zim should appoint Adam Flower, Danny Houghton, Keith Curran, Edwin Brandos, Alistair Compballs, Heath Strokes, only then can win and be good team in african cricket. Otherwise many racist quota slection and racism can not win. Everyone love ireland all the african play ireland ireland will win all with pj mooores and zimbabwe lose more.

Develop good seamer inswinger outswinger cutterball modern approach T20 style can win.

Branden Dicklip in team will win
Hey faggot say, if Zim gets 3-0 white washed by SL. You leave the forum :lol:

Lets challenge if you are so much hopefull with Zim and have some guts in your ass
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Re: Bangladesh Watch: 2022 and Beyond

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ZIMDOGGY wrote:
Mon Jan 10, 2022 7:09 am
The Robot wrote:
Mon Jan 10, 2022 6:36 am
secretzimbo wrote:
Sun Jan 09, 2022 12:31 pm


Nice one The Robot. Let me guess;

Zim should appoint Adam Flower, Danny Houghton, Keith Curran, Edwin Brandos, Alistair Compballs, Heath Strokes, only then can win and be good team in african cricket. Otherwise many racist quota slection and racism can not win. Everyone love ireland all the african play ireland ireland will win all with pj mooores and zimbabwe lose more.

Develop good seamer inswinger outswinger cutterball modern approach T20 style can win.

Branden Dicklip in team will win
Hey faggot say, if Zim gets 3-0 white washed by SL. You leave the forum :lol:

Lets challenge if you are so much hopefull with Zim and have some guts in your ass
A gentle reminder to the rest of the forum this is Rajkumar Sharmas not so subtle alternate alias account.
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Re: Bangladesh Watch: 2022 and Beyond

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Now that Shakib is not selected for IPL he might realize he is no longer considered as a top bid and may start prioritising Bangladesh international commitments.

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Re: Bangladesh Watch: 2022 and Beyond

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sam_ahm wrote:
Mon Feb 14, 2022 12:54 pm
Now that Shakib is not selected for IPL he might realize he is no longer considered as a top bid and may start prioritising Bangladesh international commitments.
And this is actually going to be detrimental to the Bangladesh team in the long run, especially in Test cricket. Does Shakib make a stronger Bangladesh XI? Obviously yes. But when you pick a player who doesn't want to be there at the expense of a younger guy (Yasir Ali at the moment), you are hampering that younger player's development. Shakib will max play 2-3 years...the BCB should do the ballsy thing and leave him out of the Test side at least.
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Re: Bangladesh Watch: 2022 and Beyond

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Kriterion_BD wrote:
Mon Feb 14, 2022 7:32 pm
sam_ahm wrote:
Mon Feb 14, 2022 12:54 pm
Now that Shakib is not selected for IPL he might realize he is no longer considered as a top bid and may start prioritising Bangladesh international commitments.
And this is actually going to be detrimental to the Bangladesh team in the long run, especially in Test cricket. Does Shakib make a stronger Bangladesh XI? Obviously yes. But when you pick a player who doesn't want to be there at the expense of a younger guy (Yasir Ali at the moment), you are hampering that younger player's development. Shakib will max play 2-3 years...the BCB should do the ballsy thing and leave him out of the Test side at least.
I think with the World Cup next year, it is good to have Shakib in the team even at the expense of a younger player. The rebuilding can happen after the 2023 WC.

Bangladesh have announced a full strength ODI squad against Afghanistan, great to see one of my favts Tamim Iqbal back. Going to be tough for Afghans to win any games.

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Re: Bangladesh Watch: 2022 and Beyond

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Sounds like the BCB president, Nazmul Hassan is really frustrated with Shakib. Really paying out on him for withdrawing from South Africa.

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