Of course one can take that arguement to its "logical" infinite conclusion...six, sixty, six hundred, six thousand.....on and on. If thats the case, I have nothing to say.Originally Posted by Slow Love™
I have nothing against Shoaib's attotude and I am not overly critical of him. He is one of my favourite cricketers in the world !!
It pains me to see him break down.
It pains me to see him compete with the speed gun when he has so much to give to the game by concentrating on competeing with the batsman.
It pains me to see that one of the most exciting prospects of our times may not fulfill its potential and
It pains me that this is because this childlike but highly gifted cricketer has not found someone whom he can trust enough to try something to solve his problems.
AND he does have problems...serious problems. If you think he has none then I rest my case.