Strong within the usual crook's decision-making process is 'will I get away with it?' too.
Does anyone even know what really happens to an uncapped Indian player in the IPL? They are crumbs in the mix, with no standing whatsoever. They get pushed around and can't raise a point, let alone push for their places in the side. It's like they're paid a king's ransom (for them) and so they should stay quiet. A clear example is that of a Punjab player who was shooed off a bench supposedly for KXIP VIPs, even though he's an experienced Punjab Ranji player. All the overseas players bar a few get all the games they can get, while uncapped Indian players get rotated virtually every match. Mitchell Marsh, not even an Aussie national regular, is a frontline player for one team! IPL teams fight tooth and nail for foreign imports but neglect their domestic Indian players. Not surprisingly, some of them get desperate, like the seven examples (not counting the one who's earning seriously big money), who may have been fed up with the preferential mistreatment.
Billions betrayed for a hundred thousand? The only people betrayed by fixing are the greedy, thoughtless franchise owners, so in a way it's a good thing such an incident happened. Now they're moaning in public about how the public is being cheated. From an Indian supporter's point of view, no IPL franchise has contributed to the Indian cricket scene.
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they should investigate azhar mahmood.. he has to be involved..after all he is Pakistani
but regardless, I never liked sreesanth... I will be happy to see him ban for life..
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Will say this once and then nothing else. Defamation laws quite clear in Aus.be careful.
Investigate all the Pakistan players!
Be VERY AFRIDI!!
But no, it's not equally likely that someone in poverty with only 2k to be as resistant to a 100k bribe compared to someone with 200 mil. That's not how human nature works.
People are either corrupt or not. Their breaking points differ from person to person in the corrupt category. Some never break. To say everyone is corruptible is plain cynicism and untrue. There are people who cannot be bought.
He is talking about 2 corrupt persons out of whom one is rich and the other not so rich.
It is less probable that the richer guy takes an amount which is 5 times less his annual earnings than a poor guy taking an amount which is 5 times his earnings..
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