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Mashrafe meeting with the selectors?

Falling World Cup Day Bangladesh team preparatory camp will begin on 20 April. Within a few days the team will be announced. So in the last moment, the team is going on with the suggestions. After the Abahani-Rupganj match in Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla Stadium on Sunday, Minhajul Abedin Nannu and Habibul Bashar, two members of the selection committee, were seen talking in Abahani's dressing room for quite some time. Abahani coach Khaled Mahmud Sujon and Bangladesh team captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza also had a meeting with them.

But what was the meeting with the selectors long time captain Mashrafe? At the end of the discussion, Abahani coach Khaled Mahmud Sujon replied. The selectors have come to Abahani's dressing room to talk about the performances of the national team players with Mashrafe.

Khaled Mahmud Sujon said after his talks, "It was like talking about what kind of team the captain wants to see – in this regard. Not really something special. The Nannu brothers also came here for the same reason. Many national team players are not performing. Not many people in the form But there is no doubt about those who are playing in the national team. They have many experiences in the field abroad. They will be considered. The discussion was discussed about these. Who is doing, nothing else. '

In the BCB-Para, there are several issues related to the responsibility of the national team manager in the World Cup. Khaled Mahmud Sujon has already been asked to do the job of the manager of the cricket management department. Former captain of the World Cup will be appointed as manager if he does not have a personal problem.

Regarding responsibility, Sujon said, 'Actually it's like a job. I was a manager of four to four years. But I have some personal problems. If not, then I'll go. But if not, then it would be difficult for me. I have some work to do. I played for Bangladesh, I was captain, I once worked as a manager. It's a matter of respect. But my own. Private matters are a bit important. '

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