Vikings were seafaring warriors who traveled to many parts of the world and conquered them. The Vikings were always on the move and never settled. They were known for being tenacious warriors and the battles they fought were legendary. The Chittagong Vikings are fierce warriors as well who play every game with dedication and the team spirit. They never give up and they are hungry for wins, just as their namesake.
Mr. Abdul Wahed is a renowned business personality in the Textile Sector of Bangladesh. After completing Bachelor of Science, he started his professional life with construction business in the year 1982. Later in the year 1991, he along with his other three brothers ventured into Ready Made Garments export business by setting up a factory named as Dulal Brothers Ltd.
Mr. Md. Abdul Jabbar is a distinguished business personality in Bangladesh. He is the main architect of DBL Group. He completed his graduation in Computer Science from U.S.A. and acquired degree in Computer Science. Then he returned back to Bangladesh with a vision to make valuable contribution in the economy of the country.
Mr. Mohammed Abdur Rahim obtained his Master Degree in Management and began his professional career as a banker. His work experience in banking greatly helped to gain insight into the commercial and financial aspects of businesses. By virtue of his academic background and passionate working, he has put the financial & commercial management of the Group on sound footings.
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After completing Bachelor of Commerce, Mr. Mohammaed Abdul Quader immediately joined Dulal Brothers Limited and started working in garments production department. With sincere efforts, he was able to quickly learn the garments manufacturing operations. This led him to become a Director of Production in the garments division of DBL Group.
Tamim is a gifted, aggressive opening batsman, Tamim Iqbal has made his mark on Bangladesh cricket since earning his first one-day international cap in 2007. Tamim was chosen in Bangladesh's ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 squad with just four ODI matches under his belt but was instrumental in his team's surprise win over India at that tournament.
With his relentless aggression, strong wrists and natural timing, Tillakaratne Dilshan is one of the most exciting batsmen in the game today. He is technically sound, but, much like Virender Sehwag, he uses the defensive option only as a last resort, after all the attacking alternatives have been explored. He loves to make room and thrash the ball through the off side, but the stroke that bears his signature more than any other is the one he developed for the 2009 ICC World Twenty20. The eponymously named "Dilscoop" shot over his head, which baffled bowlers and experts.
Anamul Haque had not turned 16 when he made his first-class debut for Dhaka Division in the National Cricket League in late 2008. He earned the early call-up through some impressive work at the BKSP, the country's biggest sports institute.
A young, crowd-pleasing opener, Nafees Iqbal is not one of nature's shrinking violets. A nephew of Bangladesh's larger-than-life former captain Akram Khan, Nafees shot to prominence in the second warm-up match of England's inaugural tour in 2003-04.
At domestic level in Pakistan he has represented Faisalabad, with whom he won the 2005 ABN-AMRO Twenty-20 Cup. On 28 January 2012, in his 20th Test, Ajmal became the quickest Pakistani to take 100 test wickets. He holds the record of leading wicket taker (85) in Twenty20 International cricket.
Chamara Kapugedera, a naturally aggressive right-hander. He was picked for the U-19 tour to Pakistan in 2005 and excelled with a stunning knock of 131 in a one-dayer against the world champions. It was an innings which he rated as one of his best although he batted equally well for 70 in his first game for Sri Lanka A against the strong New Zealand A team in 2005.
Even before he was anywhere near making his international debut, Taskin Ahmed became an internet sensation. Taskin is a tall fast bowler, with a body structure slightly akin to Mashrafe Mortaza. He bowls with a high-arm action, after coming in from a smooth run-up.
Robin Peterson has the best strike-rate for any bowler with 200 wickets in Test cricket. He won the ICC Test Player of the Year award in 2008 and became the fastest South African to take 100 and 200 Test wickets.
Amir was touted as having the potential to be a leading fast bowler by former Pakistani left arm fast bowler Wasim Akram. In the tri-nation tournament in Sri Lanka featuring the England U-19 and Sri Lanka U-19, he snapped up nine wickets at an average of 11.2 to establish himself as a name to be reckoned with.
Enamul gives the ball a big rip from a high, economical action, and looks set to be a fixture in the squad for some time. He took 6 for 45 - and the historic final wicket - to send the country wild with an inaugural Test victory over Zimbabwe in January 2005
Shafiul Islam, a right-arm fast bowler, forced his way into the first-class scene in 2007 and was immediately in the thick of the action.
He is a useful batsman who can bat anywhere in the order, and is a livewire in the field, but his primary suit is his left-arm spin, with which he has taken more than 200 first-class wickets
Jeevan Mendis, a valuable member of the Sri Lankan squad. Since breaking into the one-day international team in 2010, Mendis has taken 24 wickets and scored 535 runs in 46 matches.
Elton Chigumbura is Zimbabwe's premier all-rounder. A hard-hitting batsman, Chigumbura has an ODI top score of 90 and best figures of 4-28, making him a threat with both bat and ball.
Naeem Islam, a top order batsman and part-time offspinner, was part of the Bangladesh team that won the Plate Championship in the 2003-04 Under-19 World Cup. during Bangladesh's Academy tour of Sri Lanka, during which he captained the side, he led the batting averages with 304 runs at 43.42 from six games.
Batting aggressively came naturally to him. In his debut season, Ziaur picked up 18 wickets before bagging a haul of 30 in the 2005-06
Asif Ahmed is a Viking with fresh blood. He is a Right-hand batsman and Right arm off-break bowler and has played for Bangladesh Under 23 and Barisal Division among other teams. He is nicknamed Ratul and is expected to surprise the Chittagong Vikings fans this season..
Yasir Ali is a rising Viking Right-hand batsman and Right arm off-break bowler. He has played for the Bangladesh Under 19 team and for the Chittagong Division. At Chittagong Vikings Yasir Ali is expected to do some explosive batting and tricky bowling.
Kamran Akmal burst onto the international scene oozing class, and drawing the highest praise from experts. In his first Test innings, against New Zealand in Dunedin against an attack which included Shane Bond and Daniel Vettori, the 19-year-old Umar scored 129 in an innings when no other specialist batsman touched 30. His fearlessness at the crease and his wide array of strokes had pundits gushing for superlatives, as throughout that series and on the tour to Australia which followed, Umar consistently got starts. Given that he had also scored a century in his third ODI, and that Pakistan were on the lookout for middle-order talent, it appeared Umar would be a certainty in the team in all formats for several years to come..
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