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    Liked Players

    which players are the good guys in cricket? the ones which are good sports and are generally liked. please dont everyone say ajit agarkar
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    Chaminda Vaas
    Adam Gilchrist
    Brian Lara
    Mark Waugh
    are the 4 that come to mind first.

    On the other hand
    Michael Slater
    Herschelle Gibbs
    Glenn McGrath

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    Stephen Fleming is advertising pretty much anything at the moment.

    Recently he was in India filming some television & billboard advertisements & recently in Australia he did a Rexona ad with Ricky Ponting...I even see he's been advertising home loans in the paper.

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    Personally,Shane Warne.

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    Ive always like Wasim Akram a lot, he's one of my all time idols.
    I admire Rahul Dravid and Sachin Tendulkar for their hard work, determiantion and ethic.

    Other liked players:

    Adam Gilchrist - Great bloke, great batsman, great keeper, great everything

    Javagal Srinath - The nice guy of Indian Cricket

    Shane Warne - Wonderful guy, (if you meet him in person)

    Ajit Agarkar - Im Vice President of his society! Nah seriously, he's a very talented cricketer and a very modest guy too.

    Shoaib Akhtar - Fast, brash, cocky, arrogant, I love it!

    Sanath Jaysuriya - Brilliant to watch, all the time

    Darren Gough - Great bloke, great bowler
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    i like ramnaresh sarwan too, great bloke

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    Australia - Shane Warne, Michael Bevan,

    Pakistan - Waqar Younis, Inzamam ul Haq

    Sri Lanka - Sanath Jaisurya

    Zimbabwe - Andy Flower

    West Indies - Brian Lara

    South Africa - Shaun Pollock, Lance Klusener

    NZ - Nathan Astle, Chris Cairns

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    Re: Re: Liked Players

    Originally posted by FRAZ
    Now expect almost 1/3 of the replies if you had not said AA thing. Liked cricketer in my view you mean who is more in the news . Then let me put it in this way . Dont just take one player if you are gonna get good voting . Because just because of one big vote bank the poll thing screws up . So let me make it Polls wise ....
    1. Sachin Tendulkar (India) marks 100/100
    2. Sourav Ganguly (India) marks 100/100
    3. Rahul Dravid (India) marks 100/100
    4. Laxman (India)marks 100/100
    5 Balaji (india) marks 100/100
    6. Zaheer khan marks 100/100
    7. Nehra (India) marks 100/100
    8. Patel (India) marks 100/100
    9. Kumble (India) marks 100/100
    10. Pathan (India) marks 100/100
    11. AA lololololol had to say now If I am wrong put a poll on the results are gonna be the same . The vote bank (you know)
    Now just get down to business and serious talk
    Well Steve Waugh is the most respected personality of his times, And you know what I guess Stephen Fleming is the best personality in the world cricket today . And he is a person to be liked by every one . Even Aussies will agree that .. Right
    Do you ever make any ****ing sense at all ??

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    Sachin (talent,humility,child-like enthusiasm)
    Robin singh (gave 200% everytime)
    Lara (obviously)
    Gilchrist (same reason as masterblaster)
    Warne(great talent and very good sport)
    Murali (gr8 talent and enthusiasm)
    Akram(great to watch)
    Heath Streak(gentleman cricketer)

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    I would put down my list from the people i have enjoyed watching the most.

    Wasim Akram - The greatest bowler in my view, great to watch, always doing something with the ball and always playing around with the batsman.

    Brian Lara - In my view one of the best left arm batsman ever produced, just brilliant and so aggressive, who has not been afraid of any bowler.

    Sachin Tendulkar - One of The greatest stroke maker i have seen, when in form there is not a better timer of the ball. Its like he touches the ball and its gone.

    Shoaib Akhtar - Fast and Furious, he has the ability to turn the game any minute, he is a bowler who can scare the hell out of almost any batsman when in form.

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    Originally posted by Armadillo
    i like ramnaresh sarwan too, great bloke
    Hmmm... he comes off as arrogant to me. Never met him though, so won't judge him.
    Sreesanth said, "Next ball he was beaten and I said, 'is this the King Charles Lara? Who is this impostor, moving around nervously? I should have kept my mouth shut for the next ball - mind you, it was a length ball - Lara just pulled it over the church beyond the boundary! He is a true legend."[/SIZE][/CENTER]

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    I will with Waqar Younis, i think he the best behaved pakistani cricketer ever. If you forget the Symonds incident, i never saw him misbahiving with any batsman or any opponent, No Cursing which is very Non Pakistani Fast bowler after he gets hit for a boundery, he would just walk up to the batsman, pull his shirt back from his chest, smile and say some thing to batsman but never a bad word.

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    Hanse Cronje - As honest as the day is long...and he'll prove his popularity when he makes his return to international cricket.

    Mark Ramprakash - A man who was always prepared to accept his limitations as a test cricketer without blaming others.

    Darren Lehmann - Epitomy of a true sportsman, especially when playing non-white cricketers.

    Brian MacMillan - See Darren Lehmenn.

    Alan Donald - Always put playing for his country before a lucrative english county contract.

    Jonty Rhodes - see Alan Donald.

    Nantie Hayward - The only guy who was prepared to admit he put a lucrative english county contract before playing for his country.

    Younis Ahmed - Did anyone a good turn...if the odds were right.

    Phil Tufell - Despite the scurilous accusations of wife bashing he has emerged as one of the UK's loveable rascals after winning Big Brother 2.

    Ian Botham - A one woman man if ever there was one. Also fully respectful of other cultures and societies.

    Tony Grieg - Popular only for his loyalty to 12 diferent countries. at any given time.

    Sir Tim Rice - Writer of some of the most atrocious lyrics known to man.
    'Tis better to regret something you have done than something you haven't.

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    Originally posted by raju
    Hanse Cronje - As honest as the day is long...and he'll prove his popularity when he makes his return to international cricket

    Dont say stuff like that when Hansie is dead :!( :!( :!( :!(
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