Aces! Thrilled and proud.
Aces! Thrilled and proud.
Their players just show zero intensity and zero preparation. Dumb decision making too, like promoting Mitchell Johnson to no 4 and not selecting Brett Lee on a green top
Batsman I tolerate: V. Richards, S. Tendulkar, E. Morgan, N. Hussain. KEVIN O F******* BRIEN
LOL at people thinking that the BCCI somehow cares desperately about making an IPL side win. Of course all 3 boards involved would want the IPL sides to at least make the semi-finals because that's what'll ensure the viewing figures. But beyond that I don't think they give a **** who wins the silly thing.
All they want is $$, and for them to maximise profits an all IPL finals would be ideal.
Last edited by Daemon; 15-10-2012 at 10:27 PM.
It's kind of stink that the IPL teams have multiple foreign players in them - but the other teams are restricted to one each.
McCullum should have dogged it on purpose against a NZ team.
Overrated XI M Bracewell, Burns, Rahane, Don Voges, Bairstow, Alecz Day, Donovan Grobelaar, Luke Ronchi, Faulkner, Dan Christian, Permaulone day NZ will bring chappell to his knees in a puddle of his own tears and you'll see Phlegm on his belly greedily tasting every delicious tear before watching the hope fade from that old ****s eyes.
I'd rather see no international players outside of their own country's teams tbh.
Auckland wouldn't have made it this far with that rule.
How can you create a successful sports league when your players quite clearly couldn't care less about winning. The public won't buy it.
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Australia - 2
SA - 2
England - 2
Sri Lanka - 4
Bangladesh - 4
Not sure about Pakistan, West Indies and NZ. End of day it comes down to each board and how many they want. All countries could have 4 of they want. But most are concerned about the lack of changes for local players.
From Cricinfo report:
Has Liam Brickhill actually been here?Auckland had every reason to feel at home in Cape Town on Monday night. The North Island climate of their home city was replicated almost perfectly, as an icy south-easterly wind kept Shakib Al Hasan wrapped up in a blanket until he came out to bat, and had the cheerleaders hoping for boundaries to keep them dancing and warm on the sidelines.
yorkshire will get a couple of thrashings at some point you'd expect given how weak they are.
They also need to stay away from any injuries given the alternatives. The 3 bench guys at the moment have played 5 T20 matches between them(all wardlaw).
Root needs to stop batting like an imbecile
Super Dom in! Oh boy! Wowee!
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Will say this once and then nothing else. Defamation laws quite clear in Aus.be careful.
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