This may have been discussed (and got lost) on the tour thread, but maybe there's more to Andy Roberts' comments than this slightly derisive line?
While Munaf's lack of pace and thus lack of striking power may be a hot topic of discussion, with some of the pro-Munaf comments missing out on the bigger picture, Roberts has said something more important- the role of the coach. Greg Chappell came to him to sort out problems with the pacers, and said that Chappell's excessive emphasis on line and length has rendered Munaf a medium-pacer unwilling to crank up his pace and lose line and length. He said that one should avoid such coaches, clearly saying Greg Chappell has had a negative influence on the pacer. Surely, this means a lot more than an unintentionally derisive comment from one of the West Indian bowling legends, doesn't it?