India owes Mike Denness an apology

India owes Mike Denness an apology

Post by Will Sutto » Sun, 25 Nov 2001 20:57:15


4 of the players were reported by the umpires.

SRT was found guilty on the basis of video that showed him nailing the ball

So on the above Mike Denness had no choice but to punish these players and
the actions of the Sth African Cricket Board and its Indian equivalent were
disgraceful. And the vilification of Denness by the Indian press sets a very
low standard in gutter journalism.

I doubt that the Indian posters and their supporters in this group would
have the balls to apologise. As for a Mr Boycott, well he is only capable of
beating up on people who can't defend themselves ie. his wife & Mike Denness

India, you are a disgrace

 
 
 

India owes Mike Denness an apology

Post by Crickete » Sun, 25 Nov 2001 21:24:53

Ozzie troll!

 
 
 

India owes Mike Denness an apology

Post by Will Sutto » Sun, 25 Nov 2001 22:00:05


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> Ozzie troll!

Gutless.......no balls, what I said was correct and thanks for proving it

 
 
 

India owes Mike Denness an apology

Post by Crickete » Sun, 25 Nov 2001 22:01:44

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> Gutless.......no balls, what I said was correct and thanks for proving it

That's not what your Aussie girls say when they play with our big, powerful
American balls and bazukas.
 
 
 

India owes Mike Denness an apology

Post by iHug » Mon, 26 Nov 2001 00:10:46

Quite right.
Shows a basic disregard for the spirit and especially the rules under which
the game is played.
Seems we are approaching "jungle rules".
Shame on both countries.

Bwana
Brisbane


Quote:
> 4 of the players were reported by the umpires.

> SRT was found guilty on the basis of video that showed him nailing the
ball

> So on the above Mike Denness had no choice but to punish these players and
> the actions of the Sth African Cricket Board and its Indian equivalent
were
> disgraceful. And the vilification of Denness by the Indian press sets a
very
> low standard in gutter journalism.

> I doubt that the Indian posters and their supporters in this group would
> have the balls to apologise. As for a Mr Boycott, well he is only capable
of
> beating up on people who can't defend themselves ie. his wife & Mike
Denness

> India, you are a disgrace

 
 
 

India owes Mike Denness an apology

Post by des » Mon, 26 Nov 2001 00:28:03

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> 4 of the players were reported by the umpires.

And they did,nt report pollock ??

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> SRT was found guilty on the basis of video that showed him nailing the ball

Ground umpires who check the ball after every over did,nt find
anything wrong with that , but our man Denness has probs with that.
and cleaning of seam by aus player a day after is okay?? .
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> So on the above Mike Denness had no choice but to punish these players

Applying the same yardstick most of the Aus/ SA players have to be
banned for lifetime.

and

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> the actions of the Sth African Cricket Board and its Indian equivalent were
> disgraceful.

Refree standards are disgraceful , board actions are commendable.

 And the vilification of Denness by the Indian press sets a very

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> low standard in gutter journalism.

A brave journalism against  gutter, incompetent, racist  refrees and
similar policies by ICC.

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> I doubt that the Indian posters and their supporters in this group would
> have the balls to apologise.

we have the balls to kick that racist umpire instead.
It is ICC/Denness who owe an apology to Indian team and RSA board.

BTW , wake up to the fact that Cricket's mecca has moved to Asian
subcontinent.
ICC chairman was in India begging to host some tournament In INdia
when this controversy started.

Eng/AUS/NZ cricket needs Asian Subcontinent/RSA and not otherwise.

 As for a Mr Boycott, well he is only capable of

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> beating up on people who can't defend themselves ie. his wife & Mike Denness

> India, you are a disgrace

I know Truth hurts. My sympathies are with you.
 
 
 

India owes Mike Denness an apology

Post by Crickete » Mon, 26 Nov 2001 01:22:01

Guess who took your girlfriend's ***ity?  Not you, of course!
 
 
 

India owes Mike Denness an apology

Post by JB » Mon, 26 Nov 2001 02:16:27

The only thing India owes Denness is a swift kick in the rear. And that is
what
he has justly received - kicked out from his position for being
INCONSISTENT.

As far as Willy "the convict" Sutton goes, I am appalled at his "holier
than thou" attitude.


Quote:
> 4 of the players were reported by the umpires.

> SRT was found guilty on the basis of video that showed him nailing the
ball

> So on the above Mike Denness had no choice but to punish these players and
> the actions of the Sth African Cricket Board and its Indian equivalent
were
> disgraceful. And the vilification of Denness by the Indian press sets a
very
> low standard in gutter journalism.

> I doubt that the Indian posters and their supporters in this group would
> have the balls to apologise. As for a Mr Boycott, well he is only capable
of
> beating up on people who can't defend themselves ie. his wife & Mike
Denness

> India, you are a disgrace

 
 
 

India owes Mike Denness an apology

Post by Bijoy Nai » Mon, 26 Nov 2001 03:56:43

Australians are a disgrace -> constant sledging, took $ to "fix"
matches, abuse umpires, deliberately run into opposition players etc
etc..
Quote:

> 4 of the players were reported by the umpires.

> SRT was found guilty on the basis of video that showed him nailing the ball

> So on the above Mike Denness had no choice but to punish these players and
> the actions of the Sth African Cricket Board and its Indian equivalent were
> disgraceful. And the vilification of Denness by the Indian press sets a very
> low standard in gutter journalism.

> I doubt that the Indian posters and their supporters in this group would
> have the balls to apologise. As for a Mr Boycott, well he is only capable of
> beating up on people who can't defend themselves ie. his wife & Mike Denness

> India, you are a disgrace

 
 
 

India owes Mike Denness an apology

Post by Sougata Mukherje » Mon, 26 Nov 2001 04:53:30


Quote:
> 4 of the players were reported by the umpires.

> SRT was found guilty on the basis of video that showed him nailing the
ball

> So on the above Mike Denness had no choice but to punish these players and
> the actions of the Sth African Cricket Board and its Indian equivalent
were
> disgraceful. And the vilification of Denness by the Indian press sets a
very
> low standard in gutter journalism.

> I doubt that the Indian posters and their supporters in this group would
> have the balls to apologise. As for a Mr Boycott, well he is only capable
of
> beating up on people who can't defend themselves ie. his wife & Mike

Denness

So what? It only shows that the umpires were also inconsistent.

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> India, you are a disgrace

Coming from a land of convicts - go look at your ancestry.

- Show quoted text -

 
 
 

India owes Mike Denness an apology

Post by Srinivas R. Go » Mon, 26 Nov 2001 05:59:23

Quote:

> 4 of the players were reported by the umpires.

> SRT was found guilty on the basis of video that showed him nailing the ball

> So on the above Mike Denness had no choice but to punish these players and
> the actions of the Sth African Cricket Board and its Indian equivalent were
> disgraceful. And the vilification of Denness by the Indian press sets a very
> low standard in gutter journalism.

> I doubt that the Indian posters and their supporters in this group would
> have the balls to apologise. As for a Mr Boycott, well he is only capable of
> beating up on people who can't defend themselves ie. his wife & Mike Denness

> India, you are a disgrace

First let me state that I am not in favor of replacing Mike Dennes or
not participating in the third test, more specifically threatening to
pull out. The fundamental problem here is a question of unfairness and
that doesn't change whether it was reported by the umpires or not. The
fact is that there were offenses commited by the south african players
that were not even mentioned. In my personal opinion what Kallis did
is worse than what Sehwag did, never mind the offenses commited by the
other four players, who probably did no worse than Pollock. Also Mike
Dennis is ultimately reponsible for all the punishmentsand if there
were communication problems then whose problem is it?

And as far as the Indian board is concerned what are they guilty of?
So far they are guilty of threatening to pull out the third test.
Aren't they still playing out there whether its official or
unofficial. I believe what south africal board did is worse than the
indian board, they banned Mike Dennis for fear of loosing a few
dollors? And don't argue that the board was forced by the south
african government because its the actions that count not why they did
it. Lets just say hypothetically that the indian board decides to drop
Sehwag for the first test against England( I certainely hope they
would) what have they done wrong so far? You may not agree with this
but threatening to pull out of a match is not a crime by it self
unless its actually followed upon. I am also upset that ICC would make
statements that South Africa would be declared winner of the current
test and would be declared winner of the series by a 2-0 margin. Isn't
that rewarding the South African board for ignoring ICC directives
while punishing India for threatening to withdraw from the match.

I have been wondering what ever happened to McMillan's action. I don't
wish him to be punished like Tendulkar was but I would think the
situations are similar.

 
 
 

India owes Mike Denness an apology

Post by Richar » Mon, 26 Nov 2001 06:50:23

About the first time I agree with one of your postings.

BTW thanks for betting on SA in the rugby. Please tell me you are putting
your whole salary on aus for the aus v sa series.

Go Uruguay! :)


Quote:
> 4 of the players were reported by the umpires.

> SRT was found guilty on the basis of video that showed him nailing the
ball

> So on the above Mike Denness had no choice but to punish these players and
> the actions of the Sth African Cricket Board and its Indian equivalent
were
> disgraceful. And the vilification of Denness by the Indian press sets a
very
> low standard in gutter journalism.

> I doubt that the Indian posters and their supporters in this group would
> have the balls to apologise. As for a Mr Boycott, well he is only capable
of
> beating up on people who can't defend themselves ie. his wife & Mike
Denness

> India, you are a disgrace

 
 
 

India owes Mike Denness an apology

Post by Guy Fawk » Mon, 26 Nov 2001 08:24:15

This is *** racist talk, please desist, you're lowering the tone.

On Sat, 24 Nov 2001 19:53:30 GMT, "Sougata Mukherjea"

Quote:

>Coming from a land of convicts - go look at your ancestry.

 
 
 

India owes Mike Denness an apology

Post by Sougata Mukherje » Mon, 26 Nov 2001 08:27:35

Will started it - what right did he have to call our whole country a
disgrace?
I didn't see you protesting that.

- Sougata


Quote:
> This is *** racist talk, please desist, you're lowering the tone.

> On Sat, 24 Nov 2001 19:53:30 GMT, "Sougata Mukherjea"

> >Coming from a land of convicts - go look at your ancestry.

 
 
 

India owes Mike Denness an apology

Post by Guy Fawk » Mon, 26 Nov 2001 08:46:43

Quote

"I doubt that the Indian posters and their supporters in this group
would
have the balls to apologise. As for a Mr Boycott, well he is only
capable of
beating up on people who can't defend themselves ie. his wife & Mike
Denness

India, you are a disgrace"  

Unquote

It looks a bit different if a bit more is quoted doesn't it? I'm not
defending this view BTW & won't get convicted by ommision, only
commission.

The retort though was completly OTT.

On Sat, 24 Nov 2001 23:27:35 GMT, "Sougata Mukherjea"

Quote:

>Will started it - what right did he have to call our whole country a
>disgrace?
>I didn't see you protesting that.

>- Sougata



>> This is *** racist talk, please desist, you're lowering the tone.

>> On Sat, 24 Nov 2001 19:53:30 GMT, "Sougata Mukherjea"

>> >Coming from a land of convicts - go look at your ancestry.