You know it makes sense.
Wonder what would happen if the delhi police 'charged' him with something.
Talk about chaos in the cricket world.
ConscienceOriginally Posted by Langeveldt
It has taken 6 years for him to realize that he is not guilty.Originally Posted by Langeveldt
I hope all just gets forgotten and let him concentrate and play the game he loves Herschelle is one of the most wonderful batsmen to watch when he has a clear consounce so lets keep him that way
IMO he did himself no favours by opting out of the 04/05 tours. It does nothing to help clear his name if he is being accused of match fixing. If he knew he wasn't guilty, why he didn't go and have his name cleared is beyond me. Fingers Crossed though he is allowed to concentrate on cricket!
Prisons and history is filled with innocent people who were unjustly convictedOriginally Posted by Clapo
If he is guilty however/Delhi Police has compelling evidence against him, i do hope that they dont be spineless about it and instead arrests him. If not, let him go on with his life in peace.
Is he more wonderful to watch than Azhar ?Originally Posted by AussieDominance
Not even close. Azhar had the Mark Waugh-ish quality of playing so so elegantly.Originally Posted by Sanz
Gibbs-crash bang whallop. Effective and attractive if you care only about the sight of a ball racing to the fence. But not elegant at all.
CC you missed Sanz' point
Azhar was great to watch, but he was guilty so has to be punished. Whether Gibbs is awesome to watch or not, if he's guilty of whatever he is suspected from, he must be punished, despite the like for his batting by many.
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Eoin Morgan on being given a rice cooker for being Man of the Match in a Dhaka Premier Division game.
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