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Old March 22, 2012, 02:55 PM
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BDFlag The Enamul Haque Bijoy Thread

Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim

My First Official thread. hahahaha I beat Al-furqaan to it

He should definitely debut next series. It must have been very exciting for him watching close matches from the bench.

some of his best Performances so far:

BPL Final. 48*
another earlier BPL match 49*
NCL Final last year scored a century 101

It is rare to open an official thread for someone who hasn't even debuted yet....but I think He is ready, He is ready to take on the world. a possible future keeper batsmen.
He should definitely make it to the T20 World Cup in September...




Stolen from BC member Simon:
aram ayesher shongi, anamul haque lungi
আরাম আয়েশের সঙ্গী, আনামুল হক লুঙ্গি (sorry for the butchered Bangla, please correct me)

GO ANAMUL GO!!

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Old March 22, 2012, 03:10 PM
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All the best!!!! Have high hope. probably more than what i have for Nasir and Nur, my other favs young cubs.
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Old March 22, 2012, 03:16 PM
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Congrats Rifat! Yes, he's our future. I hope to see him play in the next series inshAllah.
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Old March 22, 2012, 03:28 PM
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When will we see him in action?
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Old March 22, 2012, 04:00 PM
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From what I have seen:

I like his batting
I like his keeping

But I dont like his fielding.

so if he makes it to the team he should keep wicket and Mushy should do the fielding.
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Old March 22, 2012, 04:24 PM
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If the Pakistan series does happen, then I say give him a chance to open with Tamim. Its time we get a guy who can open alongsides Tamim.

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Old March 22, 2012, 05:33 PM
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Rifat, I corrected the spelling mistakes. (I hope I did not make new ones!)

Although we need him, is it too soon? Not everyone is like Tamim/Shakib/Nasir to handle the pressure at a young age. Perhaps, he can be in the 15, but not in the 11 right away.
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Old March 22, 2012, 06:54 PM
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give him a shot i say, we gave nazimuddin enough chances it's time to try someone else and anamul is currently a squad member so he should be next in line. plus he is an amazing prospect, he has been on the radar since he was like 15 or so and he still is (4 or 5 years onwards), he's done well generally as he's moved up and through the system and atm it's a great time to blood a new talented youngster while the team is performing as a group because it's a great atmosphere to be apart of.
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Old March 22, 2012, 09:28 PM
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All our bench openers (Imrul, Junaid, Nazimuddin) have had plenty of chances, and failed to cement a place in the team. I don't think there's any point in continuing trialing with those 3. It's time for a change. Someone worthy of partnering Tamim.
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Old March 22, 2012, 09:46 PM
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MIght as well try him out, Nasir didn't turn out bad.
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Old March 22, 2012, 09:53 PM
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After his courageous performance in high voltage BPL , he is ready . He has nerve and good technique.
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I am actually happy we didnt give him a go. He is a 20 year old kid who has picked primarily because of his good performance in BPL. Now he got a flavour of international cricket. Now he needs to go back and work hard on his game, do well in domestic cricket. If he continues to impress we should bring him in and give him a chance.

Selectors must not make it so easy for youngsters to break into the side.
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I'm glad he was in the dressing room for the best 4 match stretch our team has had (I rank this higher than the NZ 4-0). His tears at the end of the loss, despite that he didnt contribute at all to any wins or losses showed that he has been inducted into the team in soul and spirit.

Nazimuddin or whoever would have played deserved their chances. I'm glad everyone got a chance to prove himself, with only Riyad being successful. OK, maybe Jahirul deserves another chance at #3 before Ash gets recalled (you know its only a matter of time...I hope he finally is ready). But its time for Anamul to partner with Tamim at the top.

Eventually I hope Anamul, Asif, and Mominul will form the bedrock of a solid and balanced top/middle order with Tamim, Mushy, and Shakib + Nasir.
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হারের আগে মনেই হয়নি ম্যাচটি আমরা হারতে পারি-Anamul

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কালের কণ্ঠ : মাঠের কান্নাই বলে দিচ্ছে আপনার অনুভূতি। তার পরও একটু বলুন, ফাইনাল হারের পর কতটা খারাপ লেগেছে?
এনামুল হক বিজয় : কী আর বলব! বলার কিছু নেই। সত্যিই কিছু বলার নেই। এত বড় অর্জনের এত কাছ থেকে আমরা ফিরে এলাম! মাত্র দুই রান। এই দুঃখ আসলে কখনোই যাবে না। আর আমি না খেললেও ম্যাচের মধ্যে এমনভাবে ঢুকে গিয়েছিলাম না, একেবারে মন থেকে, হৃদয় থেকে চাইছিলাম জিততে। এরপর যখন দেখলাম, যে ট্রফিটা আমাদের ছিল, সেটি অন্যদের কাছে চলে গেল_তা কিছুতেই মেনে নিতে পারছিলাম না। আবেগ তাই সামলাতে পারিনি।

প্রশ্ন : পাকিস্তান ২৩৬ করার পর মনে হচ্ছিল যে হয়ে যাবে?
এনামুল : প্রতিটি সময়ই মনে হচ্ছিল। সাকিব ভাই যখন আউট হলেন, তখনো ভেবেছি হবে। মাশরাফি ভাই যেভাবে ব্যাটিং করছিলেন, মনে হচ্ছিল হয়ে যাবে। রিয়াদ ভাই আগে এক ম্যাচ জেতালে আজ নয় কেন! রাজ ভাইয়ের আগের দিন ব্যাটে-বলে হয়নি। তাই মনে হচ্ছিল এই ম্যাচে হবেই।

প্রশ্ন : শেষ ওভারের আগে...
এনামুল : আমরা সবাই খুব আত্মবিশ্বাসী ছিলাম। আমাদের কাছে মনে হচ্ছিল, আজমল আর আফ্রিদি সবচেয়ে ভয়ংকর বোলার। তাদের কোটা শেষ। শেষ ওভারে চিমাকে দেখে ভেবেছি আমাদের ঠেকানো যাবে না। হয়তো ও বাজে দুটো বল দেবে। হয়তো কোনা-কাঞ্চিতে লেগে একটি চার হবে। বিশ্বাস করুন, শেষ বলের সময়ও মনে হচ্ছিল, রাজীব ভাই (শাহাদাত হোসেন) ঠিকই চার মেরে দেবেন। হারের আগে কখনোই মনে হয়নি এই ম্যাচটি আমরা হারতে পারি।

প্রশ্ন : বাংলাদেশ জাতীয় দলে প্রথম ডাক পাওয়ার সময় বেশির ভাগ ক্রিকেটারই দেখে যে দল বেশির ভাগ ম্যাচ হারে। আপনি না খেললেও দেখলেন, দল জিততে পারে। ভবিষ্যৎ পথচলায় এটি কতটা কাজে দেবে?
এনামুল : খুব। দলের মতো আমারও মনে হচ্ছে, আমাকে পেছনে ফিরে তাকালে চলবে না। তামিম ভাই চার ফিফটি মারলে আমাকেও চারটি মারতে হবে। বরং এর মধ্যে একটিকে হান্ড্রেড করতে হবে। সাকিব ভাই ম্যান অব দ্য টুর্নামেন্ট হলে আমি কেন পারব না? আমি না খেললেও এই আত্মবিশ্বাস নিজের ভেতরে টের পাই। আর চোখের সামনে দেখলাম তো ভারত-শ্রীলঙ্কাকে হারানো যায়। পাকিস্তানকে হারাতে পারিনি সেটি দুর্ভাগ্য। আমি ভাবি, এসব সম্ভব হলে, অস্ট্রেলিয়া-ইংল্যান্ডে গিয়েও ওদের হারানো সম্ভব। সত্যি সত্যিই মনে হচ্ছে, এখন আমাদের এগিয়ে যেতে হবে। পেছনে ফিরে তাকানোর সময় শেষ।

প্রশ্ন : কোনো ম্যাচ খেলতে না পারায় হতাশা নিশ্চয়ই আছে?
এনামুল : তা তো আছেই। খুব আশা ছিল, একটি ম্যাচ হলেও আমাকে খেলাবে। সেখানে দলকে জিতিয়ে দেব, পরদিন পত্রিকায় হেডিং হবে_বিজয়ের প্রথম আগমনে বাংলাদেশের জয়। সেটি হলো না। তবে দল অনেক অর্জন করেছে, তাতেও আমি খুব খুশি। কেবল ফাইনালটা যদি জিততে পারতাম!

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Old March 23, 2012, 04:10 PM
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applaud this guy!

I like anamul's batting. He seems to be good with the drives, and seems very solid unlike nasir who has a lot of technical problem but yet does the job thx to his nerves

Anamul has had his exposure in BPL so I doubt he wont feel the extra pressure of intl cricket. May he be Tamim's rightfully deserved partner!
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Kaler Kontho report:

I never thought we would lose the game - Anamul

Kaler Kontho: Your tears truly express how you felt. Please tell us, How did the loss in the final affect you?
Anamul: what else can I say. I have Nothing more to say. Truly, I have nothing much to say. We were soo close to such a huge achievement, only two runs away. This grief will never go away. Even Though I was not in the starting XI, I was so involved in the game to an extent that I wanted the team to win from the bottom of my heart. When I was that The Trophy has been taken away from, my Heart could not Tolerate that; to me it was unacceptable. Thus, I couldn't control my emotions.

Kaler Kontho: Did you ever think it was Possible to achieve the target after Pakistan scored 236?
Anamul: In Every single Moment, I thought It was possible. Even when Shakib Bhai was out, I thought it was possible. The way Mashrafee Bhai was batting, felt it was still attainable. Riyad bhai was won us a match in the past, Why not Today? Last Time, Raz bhai couldn't connect with bat and ball last time, perhaps he will connect today.

Kaler Kontho: Before the Last Over:
Anamul: All of us were very much optimistic. We thought that Afridi and Ajmal are the most dangerous bowlers. by then, their quota of 10 overs has been completed. When I saw Cheema in the last over I thought, We cannot be stopped; somehow, he will bowl a couple of bad balls. perhaps we will get an edge or the ball will reach the ropes somehow. Believe me, Even when Rajib bhai was on the crease, I thought He will hit it for four. Never ever before the loss occurred, We thought we would lose this match.

Kaler Kontho: Whenever a new player is inducted into the Bangladesh National Team, they are very much used to see us losing. Even if you didn't play, You saw the team Winning. How much encouragement for future goals will you derive from the Teams' recent success?
Anamul: I am very much inspired. Alongside the team, I feel that I cannot look back. If Tamim bhai scores four fifties, I have to score four fifties too. On top of that, I want to convert one of these fifties to a hundred. If Shakib bhai is man of the tournament, Why can't I achieve such accolades? Even if i didn't get a single game to play, I sense a motivation inside me. I saw right before my eyes, that It is possible to beat India and Sri Lanka. It is our misfortune that we couldn't beat Pakistan. I think to myself, We can also go to England and Austrralia and hand them defeats too. Truly we feel that we are moving on ahead. There is no time to look back.

Kaler Kontho: Are you disappointed that you didn't feature in a game?
Anamul: of course! I was very much hopeful that They would feature me in one game. In that same game, I would lead my team towards victory, and then the next day you shall see newspaper headlines: "Bijoy's first encounter brings a Win for Bangaldesh". It didn't happen. However, The team achieved a lot so I am very happy. Only if we had won the final match.
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There is no need to rush him to the final eleven, let him move towards that gradually... but the force is strong with this lad!
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Anamul: I am very much inspired. Alongside the team, I feel that I cannot look back. If Tamim bhai scores four fifties, I have to score four fifties too. On top of that, I want to convert one of these fifties to a hundred. If Shakib bhai is man of the tournament, Why can't I achieve such accolades?
Smart Kid! I look forward to seeing him in DPL.
I like his chutzpah!
He knows the needful for the hour!
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Liked his comments. Positive stuff, then again, all our boys are experts at "talking the talk". Looking forward to seeing this guy be the next best thing we produce.
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I always have bad feelings whenever we hype someone up a lot, maybe its just because we hype up just about everyone after having a few good innings. Here's to hoping I'm 100% wrong.

I would like to see him make the squad for the T20 world cup, and than slowly work toward the other format depending on how he handles the pressure and how he performs in domestic cricket.
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Hmm too early to say anything about him. Hom was so much hyped in here....now where is he now?
I would like to see him play first and then comment....
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I think Anamul is one of our rare test match batting talents. I would like to see him make his debut in a test match, not in T20s. In fact, I want him to play as few T20s as possible at this stage of his career. It could mess up his technique. Remember we need a good test batsman much more urgently than a T20 slogger.
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Hmm too early to say anything about him. Hom was so much hyped in here....now where is he now?
I would like to see him play first and then comment....
Anyways, good luck to Anamul
No way you can compare him with Hom....Hom hardly played any junior level matches... Just watch out for this kid Anamul...let me tell you he will be the next big thing happen to BD cricket
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Whatever.....it is too early to tell anything about him....will be very happy if he lives up to the potential
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From what I have seen in BPL, when Anamul tries to hit big, he usually gets the height, not the distance. Something he needs to work on. I would want him to be included in every Bangladesh squad for the next 1 year, but not in the playing XI. Let him grow by keeping him in the national set up. He should also be sent to all the overseas A team tours.
InshaAllah, after one year we will have the perfect right handed partner for Tamim.
I also feel that he has a bright future in test cricket judging by his performances in domestic/A team/Academy longer version matches.
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