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    Nah, Chappell hating and blaming would definitely sell better.

    But really, this was just another way to blow something out of proportion. After watching the footage its hilarious really.
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    Quote Originally Posted by R_D
    He was asked by the journalists and of course he responded how he felt about it. Pawar is the presdent of BCCI afterall.

    I saw the video on you tube and well Pawar did look like an idiot standing there but aussie players could've shown bit of respect for the president of BCCI.. the board thats hosting the ICC Champs trophy by askign to move rather than shoving him out of the way. But no suprise there really when have aussis players ever shown any respect to anyone.


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    Quote Originally Posted by R_D
    He was asked by the journalists and of course he responded how he felt about it. Pawar is the presdent of BCCI afterall.

    I saw the video on you tube and well Pawar did look like an idiot standing there but aussie players could've shown bit of respect for the president of BCCI.. the board thats hosting the ICC Champs trophy by askign to move rather than shoving him out of the way. But no suprise there really when have aussis players ever shown any respect to anyone.
    Ditto.

    It was a bit funny actually, but definitely rude.
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    It was very rude. Ponting beckoning to Pawar to hand over the trophy like he was a naughty schoolchild was the worst of it. Sometimes you wonder about the way these Australians are raised. Their general on-field behaviour is pretty poor as it is, but to treat the president of the host cricket board like this is really uncalled for. More embarrassment for Cricket Australia.


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    Cricket Australia:

    Cricket Australia said on Tuesday it would investigate reports of rude behaviour by the Australian team after their Champions Trophy win in India. Australia were taken to task in Indian newspapers for pushing Sharad Pawar, the BCCI chief, off the presentation dais after they beat West Indies in Sunday's final at the Brabourne Stadium.

    The Australians arrived home on Tuesday to prepare for this month's home Ashes series with England that kicks off at Brisbane from November 23.

    Cricket Australia (CA) spokesman Peter Young said the organisation would investigate the claims this week. "The players have only just arrived back in Australia and over the course of the next few days, we will just be finding out what, if anything, did or did not happen," he said.

    Young said the players had talked about the importance of respect for players and officials at the pre-Ashes boot camp in August.

    Damien Martyn and Ricky Ponting, both at the forefront of the controversy, could not be reached for comment late Tuesday.
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    I assume your name was changed due to it being deemed "innapropriate". As was mine when I first joined, incidently.
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    Navjot Singh just told his opinion to India TV news, and well....he was pretty upset, and angered at the Australians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dravid
    Navjot Singh just told his opinion to India TV news, and well....he was pretty upset, and angered at the Australians.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dravid
    Navjot Singh just told his opinion to India TV news, and well....he was pretty upset, and angered at the Australians.
    Well why not? i am pretty much sure ricky ponting knew who he was gesturing to, i know pawar looked like a complete idiot standing in the middle after he handed the trophy to them but it wasnt only how they pushed him away from the stage, i thougth ricky pontings gesture was extremely rude. Pawar deserves an apology from australians.
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    No actually it is a big issue here. It shows disrespect and is something uncivilized and uneducated people would do.

    You're insulting the head of the Indian cricket board. Someone should push Ponting out of the way, and see how he feels.

    Anyways, whatever, what's done is done. The Aussie team have learned their lesson (Not to mess with Indian Media).

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    Quote Originally Posted by godofcricket
    Well why not? i am pretty much sure ricky ponting knew who he was gesturing to, i know pawar looked like a complete idiot standing in the middle after he handed the trophy to them but it wasnt only how they pushed him away from the stage, i thougth ricky pontings gesture was extremely rude. Pawar deserves an apology from australians.
    He certainly does deserve an appology. In fact, I am getting a bit annoyed of this cocky Australian team TBH, or maybe I am just mad they keep winning.

    Hope they fall into a big slump!
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    Haha what a non entity, imagine getting offended by that??

    Glad we haven't picked up some of the people from Youtube though

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