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    4n0nm0$ is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    Dis is only bout cricket. Feel free to post your thoughts, excuses and insults here.

    What you need to post here.

    - Six-pack beer downed minimum
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    - Being no mod existence
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    For teh latest. Did ya hear dat pakistan batsman Mohammad Yousuf has joined the unsanctioned Indian Cricket League (ICL), in a move that could jeopardise his international future?

    "His wife told us on the telephone that he has left for India today to play in the ICL," PCB director of operations Zakir Khan said.

    "But we will wait for facts and figures before taking any action against him."
    Is dis another step of islamic players to infiltrate our holy cricket? Are we one step away from having suicide bomber on teh playground? Is teh Iran a serious thread to teh western worls so dat we are in need for rocket shield?

    Discuss.

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    Yeah, I think I pass the tests, no pun intended.

    I'm not surprised by people joining the ICL. Shawn Pollock drifted off to join them for 5 years. He's getting 10 mill USD for his troubles. Can't really blame him. For the good players, especially the ones that are nearing their sell-by date, the ICL is golden.

    Oh, and considering that there are probably more muslim cricket players than christian ones, I don't think you need to worry about them infiltrating the sport.

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    But he's joining teh indian league and he's from pakistan. This sure will cause some irritation on teh side of pakistan fans. And what will be teh opinion of teh pakistan cricket league? Dey won't let him play for pakistan anymore.
    Several former Pakistan players, including ex-skipper Inzamam-ul-Haq, all-rounders Abdul Razzaq and Azhar Mahmood, pacemen Shabbir Ahmed and Rana Naved-ul-Hasan, and opener Imran Farhat, are still playing in the ICL and are thus barred from national selection by the PCB.

    Fuck sake.

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    the only people that I knew who like this sport are Guyanese

    wacking balls with their flat bat.

    sometimes I wonder if Baseball and cricket should be a sport in the first place.

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    Guyanese xD

    Cricket is teh oldest sport of teh world. DEy plad wif broadswordz in teh 13th century first, and the place wuz teh battlefield xD

    Bloody sports. DIs is cricket. It is made of honurrr xD

    How's teh international financiel crisis pwning our cricket? Is teh 20 million pund matches in dangerous

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    Seems like the gap is bridging between the rest of the world and Australia in terms of test series. WE'LL MISS YOU GILLY, MCGRATH n SHANE!!

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    ^ Me too ;_;

    SO how's th cricket in teh third world aka usa?

    Now yu got dat new president you should make cricket number one sport to compete wif dah rest of the civilized humanity

    Wif first step closin Guantanamo, Obi haz a fine cricket team gathered xD
    Butt while to face iraqi cricket proble, he haz to find a strategy fur teh cricket in afghanistan. I herad teh taliban are famous for their cricket.

    On teh other side iran cricket is a thread to teh cricket world peace in teh middle east, not to forget North korean cricket bothering south korean cricket to invade and take other their wicket, since their coach KIm ill-sung died frum tom uch colesterine

    On a much more relevant subject to our glorious crickt

    Ireland did not get a chance to gain revenge over Zimbabwe when their Tri-Nations match in Nairobi was abandoned without a ball being bowled.
    Lawl. WIll ireland ever be qualified for cricket? Mugabe's team washed dem off-sac even though dey facin deeper problem then the english banks xD

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    Damn. Herschelle Gibbs has been dropped from the SA one day team. Seems he's been hitting the bottle again. I like the guy, but he does seem to mess up a lot. His drunk driving trial is next month. After the smoking weed on tour and match fixing thing with Hansie, you'd think he'd learn his lesson.

    Guy also cracks me up when he bats. He always looks completely freaked out about being there - eyes wide, sweat streaming down his face. Maybe it's just the greens.

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    ^ Guess it is teh old cricket combo: Some /c/ , horse tranqulizer and cp.

    But sad sad to lose anofer sports cannon ;_;

    I had fun readin teh last Bush doctrin. No wonder obamamama wants to take dem bakk as soon as possible. Hope he survivs his 1/20 parade xD

    On a side note on australian cricket before I forget

    India did the unthinkable by beating Australia 2-0 and regaining the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. Very few people gave India a chance of beating Australia but India not only defeated them, they did it in convincing style. India outplayed the best team in the world in every department.

    The Indian batting shone in almost every innings and made the Australian attack look toothless. The openers set the tone in almost every game and the middle-order barring Rahul Dravid built on that. Dravid's form is perhaps the only area of concern for the Indians but he's too good a player to be short of runs for too long.

    The Australian bowling-attack never looked like taking 20 wickets in a match, which is obviously a minimum requirement to win a Test. They managed to bowl India out twice only once in four Tests which underlines their ineffectiveness.

    Despite the lack of a quality spinner in their ranks everyone expected a more spirited or perhaps more strategic approach from Australia. They're known to have plans for every player and every situation but they seemed quite clueless on more than a few occasions on this tour.

    The Indians, meanwhile, not only seemed to have their plans ready but they also executed them to perfection. Whether it was a different line of attack in Mohali from the fast bowlers or a slightly negative line of attack in the last Test to dry up the runs, India managed to change gears almost at will and with that the momentum on various occasions.

    The Indian bowling asked more questions than the Australians had answers for. The Australians must've been prepared to play a lot of spin as the Indians are traditionally known to bank on their spinners to do most of the damage, but the quality of fast bowling India displayed surprised Australia.

    India have a top-quality new-ball attack at their disposal in Ishant and Zaheer. While Zaheer is a seasoned campaigner and swung both the new and the old ball appreciably, Ishant bowled with a lot of vigor and aggression. Both managed to get the ball to reverse swing and laid bare the Australian batsmen's weakness to handle it successfully. It reminded me of the famous Ashes series in 2005 in which the English bowlers too exploited this very weakness in the Aussie batting line-up to produce a remarkable series win.
    It wuz one awesum battle between to old dogz of cricket

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    Langer on Hayden

    "I have many wonderful memories of my big mate tattooed on my brain"
    OPinions what he maeant with that

 

 
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