Who could be the Indian ex-cricket captain

Who could be the Indian ex-cricket captain

Post by vash2.. » Thu, 13 Apr 2000 04:00:00


Okay, some names have been suggested that the guilty party could be
anyone from Pataudi (highly unlikely) to Gavaskar or Kapildev. The
money was so insignificant during Mr. Pataudi's time that let us go on
to Gavaskar or Kapildev. It is possible that either of these two could
have declared the 160 million Indian rupees. However, if it was
Gavaskar it would probably have declared it in his home town (Bombay)
and not somewhere in the North east. It could be Kapil. However, having
seen Kapil on T.V. one gets the impression that he has a very high
sense of character and integrity. (Of course the same could be said of
Cronje. I still feel Cronje is guilty of being naive and not Match
fixing).

I am almost convinced that this ex-cricket captain of India has to be
Azharuddin. Of course I could be wrong. Anything is possible. If the
low down scum of the earth have managed to taint the reputation of a
fine human being like Hansie, then anything is possible. Tommorow it
could be anyone.

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Who could be the Indian ex-cricket captain

Post by scrumh.. » Thu, 13 Apr 2000 04:00:00


Quote:

> If the
> low down scum of the earth have managed to taint the reputation of a
> fine human being like Hansie, then anything is possible. Tommorow it
> could be anyone.

 This is a ***y laugher...fine human being indeed....if he did not
know the difference between right and wrong!

Listen, Hansie Cronje should be banned for life from cricket, as should
any other cricketer who is involved in any way with any betting on
cricket.

Cricket has a thing or two to learn from American baseball.  Whatever
their other faults may be, the comissioners of baseball took firm steps
to deal with the game-throwing scandal of 1919 with the Chicago White
Sox, as well as with Pete Rose.  All the players in question were banned
for life.

Hansie put his personal interests before the interests of the game.  And
the game is now poorer for it.

No. 9

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Who could be the Indian ex-cricket captain

Post by Ragupati - Chandrasekara » Thu, 13 Apr 2000 04:00:00


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Quote:
> and not somewhere in the North east. It could be Kapil. However, having
> seen Kapil on T.V. one gets the impression that he has a very high
> sense of character and integrity.

As opposed to Azhar who gives you the impression that he is a slimy
b******.take off your prejudiced glasses before you post here and dont
slander someone who hasnt been proven guilty as of now.

Quote:
> (Of course the same could be said of
> Cronje. I still feel Cronje is guilty of being naive and not Match
> fixing).

ofcourse lying doesnt count in your books, does it?(or is it lying only if
a certain azharuddin is involved?)

Quote:
> I am almost convinced that this ex-cricket captain of India has to be
> Azharuddin.

are u almost convinced or are u wishing that it was azzu?me thinks its the
latter.anyways he is innocent until proven guilty!

Quote:
> Of course I could be wrong.

oh,there it comes!the denial that is the ultimate refuge for all
cowards.slander someone like its nobody else's business and then a
disclaimer at the end that "I could be wrong".why do you even bother with
it given that you are "almost convinced"?

Quote:
> low down scum of the earth have managed to taint the reputation of a
> fine human being like Hansie, then anything is possible. Tommorow it

care to define what qualities "a fine human being" has?

He is guilty (a) of lying
              (b)of having taken money from the bookies

Wonder how that qualifies him to be a fine human being.He is just an
ordinary mortal and not the role model that he was made out to be.Learn to
live with that fact and try not to take out the frustration of one of your
favourite sportspersons having let you down by slandering someone who
hasnt even been officially accused of anything yet!

Ragu

Quote:
> could be anyone.

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