I really enjoyed this little segment on Pak cricket in cricinfo
Where does Pakistan cricket go from here? | Cricket videos, MP3, podcasts, cricket audio at ESPN Cricinfo
it is good to see that some of the neutral experts and commentators care about pak cricket..
Sanjay and Harsha are both my favorite commentators and i take their opinion very highly on most matters.. Sanjay manjaraker specifically suggested that maybe it is important to give pakistan sometimes off and a cooling period.. so a ban of 2 to 3 years could maybe make things better for the future of pakistan cricket..
I do agree that a ban should be enforced on Pakistan cricket but not for that long..
I personally think that the Pak cricket board is very weak and it gives player too much freedom.. as a result, they can do whatever they please.. and they do what they please...they can't be punished for their actions as PCB has no balls to take any actions against these players..
i say ban Pak cricket till they change their system and the set up that they have right now... the current pcb set up is completely influnced by politics most of the time.. ICC should try to isolate cricket from politics in pakistan as politics is the main reason behind all the mess..
Last edited by AaronK; 16-11-2010 at 07:38 PM.
SALMAM KHAN The real king and Baadshah of Bollywood!!!!!!!!
'You will look very silly said Mr Salteena with a dry laugh.
Well so will you said Ethel in a snappy tone and she ran out of the room with a very superier run throwing out her legs behind and her arms swinging in rithum.
Well said the owner of the house she has a most idiotick run.'
Legally yeah, it probably doesn't. But then strictly speaking, once you accept the number 18 as a cut off, nothing else should matter too.
And even 18 is an arbitrary age established by the modern legal system. Most teenagers would tell you that they are able to distinguish between right and wrong at a far earlier age.
I don't see why Amir deserves any leniency for being involved in wrong doing.
And yes I really don't care if he smiles outside the court room or not. If he is guilty then justice be served. Also GI do you really think his sentence should have been lighter had he shown remorse for the photographers outside the courtroom???
It's genuine remorse that could make a difference if the age argument holds any water, not remorse specifically for the photographers. The photographers themselves are incidental, and only serve the purpose of capturing the moment. If he's grinning for them, he's grinning into the faces of every fan who looked up to him. They're the medium, he's conveying the message.
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