Date: 21 Oct 2011 9 Comments Blog Posted by: admin
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Former Indian cricketer Vinod Kambli on Shahid Afridi’s retirement antics after the latter recently withdrew his international retirement and Pakistan Cricket’s unpredictability.
Shane Warne, who has not played a competitive match since last five months,insisting that fitness is not an issue despite his advancing years,hinting at a possible return to cricket in Australia’s Big Bash Twenty20 tournament starting in December.
Australian skipper Michael Clarke sounds out “Ponting” warning ahead of the first One day International against South Africa at Centurion.
India’s batting sensation Virat Kohli perplexed by new ODI rules introduced by the ICCbut suggesting that the rules would make matches interesting.
India’s ace, Gautam Gambhir, regrets missing out on a century in the World Cup Final against Sri Lanka (scored 97) at an awards function, where the Indian cricket team won the award for India’s ‘Heroes of the Year’ for the World Cup magic and history.
England Test captain Andrew Strauss fears Test cricket is in danger of dying out in the face of an onslaught from ODI’s and T20’s.
Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni re-lives World cup memories as he explains the decision to move up the order in the World Cup final against Sri Lanka in which he played a crucial innings of 91 to win the coveted title for India.
Former tainted Pakistan skipper Salman Butt explaining that he misjudged former friend and agent Mazhar Majeed ‘completely’ after hearing evidence that the agent arranged to fix games during Pakistan’s tour of England last year.
England Team director, Andy Flower, slamsEngland off-spinner Graeme Swann for poor timing of his autobiography, ‘The Breaks Are Off’, which contains a series of personal opinions about his fellow internationals and his opinion that Pietersen was a bad pick for the post of captaincy in 2008 and 2009.
Sunil Gavaskar jokes, when asked, about the one big difference between his World Cup-winning side of 1983 and the Dhoni’s 2011 winning side.
Former Indian cricketer Vinod Kambli comments on his displeasure at the cash-rich Indian Premier League.
This post is by our Guest Sports Blogger Jigar Mehta.