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    Ajit Agarkar - retirement, life after wards

    We would want AA to never retire. But some day he would have to when his thin stomach finally starts to look like a belly.

    I would say he i will retire at the end of the 2015 World Cup.

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    Just for future reference, "afterwards" is one word.
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    unless he was meaning ian and trevor, but it that case it should have been 'after the Wards"

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    Why can't Agarkar cement a spot in the team? India don't need Kumble anymore, he's getting to old...
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    no but he is getting TOO old.

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    He is doing pretty well in Domestic

    Dont know why he is mocked so much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camel56
    no but he is getting TOO old.
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    I think Ajit Agarkar did not receive enough support from the team management.It was evident when he was dropped in the series down under after his match winning performance.If the team management backs him then there is enough potential in him to be a great allrounder.He should be given more oppurtunities and the team management should persist with him.This would be the only way to revive his career....

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    Only in ODIs. His performances in tests has been far too inconsistent to even merit contemplation.
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    I think he should retire now. He can't not perform at the highest level. It's a hit and miss with his guy.

    If he retires today, fans will go "Why not"

    If he retires at the world cup 2015, fans will go "Why not"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bookie
    India don't need Kumble anymore, he's getting to old...
    So they don't need their best bowler?
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    Post 98, Kumble HAS NOT been our best bowler in ODIs. In tests, yes, he is the best, but in ODIs, no, sir, no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camel56
    Just for future reference, "afterwards" is one word.
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    Ohhhh !! So thats what it is .

    I was wondering what Agarkar was doing in the wards, chasing some pretty nurses maybe

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    Quote Originally Posted by dudeurfriend
    I think Ajit Agarkar did not receive enough support from the team management. ..
    Yes.

    Come to think of it he also did not get much support from one of the Indian cricketers...a guy called Ajit Agarkar

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