Gilly is one of the few men in world cricket that i would expect to cheat, comeon guys give me a break he is the same man who walked in a WC semi-final in 03 after he nicked the ball.
If Gilly was trying to cheat why the hell would he tell the whole world that he had a squash ball inside his glove??
Really dire thread this!!
Oh yeah he walked, batsmen have been doing that forever, most don't just make a song and dance about it to make themselves look like a saints. Forever enough it wasn't all his fault as the Australian media made it a lot bigger then what it was.
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apparently Hayden and Gilly are on drugs ... spoken from a sri lankan doctor lmao \
accept defeat plz
More brains then sence, or either that or he paid his way to a medical degree and an article in the paper.
WTF? Have these blind Lankan fans gone mad, i think they probably are still in shock after their lose to the Aussies in the finals.
I mean WTF, from where the hell does drug thing come into all this and what has Shane Warne got to do with all this (he just took some weight losing pills, and faced its consequences too), whoever this Dr.Fernando is seriously needs some medical help.
Comeon Lankans learn to accept defeat.
The energy boosting drugs have definitely being taken by these 2 batsmen-the banned drugs!
I challenge these players to have urine and blood tests taken to ascertain whether this charge is true. There will still be some residue of the drug left.
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