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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    No he shouldn't, ftr.
    18 days later, I still stand by this.

    Sachin finishes with a batting average of 46.44 in South Africa, facing either a Donald, Pollock or Steyn in every test he played.

    WAFG!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    18 days later, I still stand by this.

    Sachin finishes with a batting average of 46.44 in South Africa, facing either a Donald, Pollock or Steyn in every test he played.

    WAFG!
    Vs. the No. 1 bowler in the world with the best strike-rate ever - 4 centuries in the last 5 matches. And as an added bonus - a double century in ODIs. Not too bad.

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    He really should.. He is obviously too good for the game..



    Seriously think, the most amazing thing about the guy is how he is able to re-invent himself based on the needs and strengths of the team at that time.. He is the Rajinikanth of Kallisball..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    18 days later, I still stand by this.

    Sachin finishes with a batting average of 46.44 in South Africa, facing either a Donald, Pollock or Steyn in every test he played.

    WAFG!
    Wouldn't count on that.

    Last time he toured England and Australia, crowds and commentators were treating it as the last visit.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    18 days later, I still stand by this.

    Sachin finishes with a batting average of 46.44 in South Africa, facing either a Donald, Pollock or Steyn in every test he played.

    WAFG!
    Nah the gun **** will be play forever. At least another three tours of South Africa to go.
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    He will play atleast till 62.

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    If I could be serious a moment, when he eventually does go, how will it effect Indian cricket? Will there be a drop of in interest for the game?
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    I think he should hang up his boots now. Has reached almost all the milestones imaginable. He should leave at the peak of his game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smalishah84 View Post
    i think he should hang up his boots now. Has reached almost all the milestones imaginable. He should leave at the peak of his game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smalishah84 View Post
    I think he should hang up his boots now. Has reached almost all the milestones imaginable. He should leave at the peak of his game.
    Touring the world playing cricket has to be a better lifestyle than being stalked around Mumbai permanently once he's retired.
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    Given that he will never, ever be dropped, and that he seems able to adapt to an ageing technique so well, I seriously won't be surprised if he plays for another three years. Could easily see us digging up this thread again and having a laugh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by honestbharani View Post
    He really should.. He is obviously too good for the game..



    Seriously think, the most amazing thing about the guy is how he is able to re-invent himself based on the needs and strengths of the team at that time.. He is the Rajinikanth of Kallisball..


    I propose that all mention of Sachin in scorecards be replaced with Rajnikanth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GingerFurball View Post
    Touring the world playing cricket has to be a better lifestyle than being stalked around Mumbai permanently once he's retired.
    Haha fair call.

    Reckon should India win the WC he'll probably hang up the boots there, but it wouldn't surprise me if he went on another couple of years. Having said that, we said the same thing about Lara.....
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    You'd think that this World Cup would be it in terms of ODI cricket, given that he's barely played ODIs this year - IIRC he hasn't played an ODI since his double ton.

    No reason for him to give up the ghost in Tests when he's playing as well as he is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GingerFurball View Post
    You'd think that this World Cup would be it in terms of ODI cricket, given that he's barely played ODIs this year - IIRC he hasn't played an ODI since his double ton.

    No reason for him to give up the ghost in Tests when he's playing as well as he is.
    India need him for all the away tours this year!!

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