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Kabir
June 24, 2010, 09:59 AM
The attack started with the CricInfo staff posting comments regarding Bangladesh's horrible run chase by giving up from the first ball. CricInfo was poured with comments regarding why the game should be stopped, it's painful, it hurts to watch such low-class strategy, and what not. And then next thing you know...the team that certain countries don't host because of "lack of viewership" now needs to apologize to the whole cricket world for wasting their TIME and for hurting the spirit of the game.

Really? I wonder why?

This is a mob attack at its best. The comments by the CricInfo staff was blood boiling, and lacked any sort of respect. But that's fine...they were just **doing their job**.

Well...guess what folks. Bangladesh team ain't apologizing to the whole cricket world. Far worse things have happened that had hurt the **spirit of the game**. Harbhajan's slap on Sreesanth's face in the middle of the ground, Chappell's underarm ball incidence, SA's racial quote in cricket, Inzi beating up a fan with the bat...and what not.

There's nothing to apologize to the people who don't support you during your bad days. But it does owe an apology to the entire fan base, who don't give up on the team even after horrible performances one after the other. In fact, not the entire team...but the captain and the coach certainly need to get over the loser mentality. We're no Aussies...but in favorable conditions, we do win matches.

In light of this, let me quote a couple of my fellow BC'ers.
I think its pure over reaction on the part of "World Cricket" ! Its not as disgusting as match fixing or drugs or ball tampering/biting or cheating ...

The approach was wrong ..Siddons defense to the approach ( "Tamin got out so there was no chance" etc ) was even worse .If anything BD cricket needs to look for a better coach but apart from that they have done no harm to cricket nor its spirit !!

Bangladesh team owes an apology, but definitely not to world cricket - far worse has happened in the 'world cricket' for this to be anything that needs an apology, only to its own die-hard fans. If BD fans had given up as easily as Siddons and his wards did, BD cricket would've been nowhere. Maybe the team can learn something invaluable from the fans - the heart, a big heart at that. Yes, it was a lost cause - who didn't know it was. You still have to fight - that's the rule of the game and that is what sportsman are supposed to do.

As a fan - Shame on you Siddons. Shame on you Captain. Rest of the team merely followed the strategy they were given, so not much to say to them.

This doesn't even crack the top 50 of shameless things I've seen on a cricket field. But yes, they definitely need to apologize to die hard fans, the type that stayed up late or woke up early to watch the game. I can definitely understand the outrage if i was one of them...

To the rest of the cricket world from which Bangladesh never received any support...here's a big fat finger.

shakibrulz
June 24, 2010, 10:08 AM
Agree. This is way OTT, and this is nothing that hasn't happened before. And not even close to that embarrassing innings played by a legend like Gavaskar.

aklemalp
June 24, 2010, 10:20 AM
cric info staff are indians and english men?

shakibrulz
June 24, 2010, 10:39 AM
cric info staff are indians and english men?

Hmm.. Yeah, mostly.

shakibrulz
June 24, 2010, 10:48 AM
those [..] i knew it


LOL, no need to generalize it like that, as I myself am an Indian. But still I feel splly Indian commentators are so ****ing biased.

Beamer
June 24, 2010, 11:21 AM
I am still waiting for an apology for that fire burning gallery of Eden Gardens during that WC.

Kabir
June 24, 2010, 11:50 AM
those [..] i knew it

Dude, no need to generalize. The commentators on CricInfo are quite bad.

Can you generalize Siddon's loserish strategy to all Aussies? Or the team's performance to all Bangladeshis?

billah
June 24, 2010, 12:19 PM
cric info staff are indians and english men?

Indian, non-cricketing, armchair cricket specialists.....rubbish at it's best.....

billah
June 24, 2010, 12:20 PM
Kabir - Thank you.

For snapping-out of the eendia-lead group thinking mode. Some of yous fell for it hook sinker & line....

simon
June 24, 2010, 12:22 PM
this is a counter attack thread by Kabir bhai to all threads regarding this match.
really appreciate it,it was needed,thanks! :)

bujhee kom
June 24, 2010, 01:01 PM
HohahahaahhPhooph....HHMEPBE or HHPD..hoohohoho! Dadar lang/maar shesh raate, almost bhore-raate...hohohoho!

Purbasha T
June 24, 2010, 04:46 PM
Well said. And all the passion and devotion of ours have got to be paid back someday. Hopefully pretty soon.

alibangali
June 24, 2010, 05:05 PM
Like you said bro, we gave them an excuse and they made a mess of us.

i agree with your comments whole heartedly and the pain in my heart will only calm down when JS apologises to the fans of our cricket for belittling our belief that our team is good enough to compete and win against the top teams. We convince ourselves after every loss that the sun may shine when the next match comes but if they dont even want to shine light on our gloomy faces then truly we are losers :(.

kalpurush
June 24, 2010, 10:17 PM
Thank you Imran for the thread :) :goal:

But, I believe "they" would sing for us in future!;)

Tigers_eye
June 24, 2010, 11:51 PM
Turn the page. Let them say what they want to say. Doesn't hurt a bit.

Manush'er kothai choltey galey jibon shesh hoiye jabey.

They are just jealous that Tamim is not wearing an Indian Jersey. Can't replace Shakib from the #1 spot for over year and half. I am going to read Sura Falak and Naas. Seek protection from the jealousy.

beshideshi
June 25, 2010, 02:09 AM
After a few days, when the nerves/adrenaline settles down, I look back at the match and see, Jamie did not do much wrong. As many of us pointed out here, getting all out in 35 overs would not have helped our cause.
It may have demeaned Bangladesh's cricket's reputation but nothing to apologize to the world cricket. If anything, Jamie should drop a message at BC stating something to the fans who have supported BD through the darkest days. That also looks like a bit of an over reaction to me.
As Kabir bro said, world cricket has seen far worse incidents take place and go unnoticed. No need to worry too much about it.

bujhee kom
June 25, 2010, 02:12 AM
Final lesson form this experience: A mole came running down a big mountain and apologized to an angry mob!
In another words, "Lotus* in the Middle" - Om Mani Padme Huum! In another words, "Life is a box of chocolate"!
Jamie Siddharta Siddona!

*the flower, not Lotus Kemal

zainab
June 25, 2010, 05:36 AM
Did anyone remember that test match a couple of years ago between England and India when England was on the verge of victory and Dhoni played a shameful delaying tactic, hoping rain will fall and so the game ended in a draw. His ploy worked, last wicket was saved, rain fell, match drawn.
Also, yesterday in the game between india and SL, SL scored at a very slow rate until the last 10 overs, they had lost 5 wickets for a paltry 65 runs, I dont read cricinfo criticizing the slow chase which was only around 260 runs, BD had to chase 385 runs, I dont even think any of the G8 teams would have chased it down under those lights, and here SL was on their own turf.
BD does not have to apologise to anyone, not even their fans, this is a game of cricket, after all, their fans know what to expect, if it is so painful for you guys, it must be more painful for the players, they are deflated, no real leadership and support from coach and captain.

alibangali
June 25, 2010, 10:00 AM
Did anyone remember that test match a couple of years ago between England and India when England was on the verge of victory and Dhoni played a shameful delaying tactic, hoping rain will fall and so the game ended in a draw. His ploy worked, last wicket was saved, rain fell, match drawn.
Also, yesterday in the game between india and SL, SL scored at a very slow rate until the last 10 overs, they had lost 5 wickets for a paltry 65 runs, I dont read cricinfo criticizing the slow chase which was only around 260 runs, BD had to chase 385 runs, I dont even think any of the G8 teams would have chased it down under those lights, and here SL was on their own turf.
BD does not have to apologise to anyone, not even their fans, this is a game of cricket, after all, their fans know what to expect, if it is so painful for you guys, it must be more painful for the players, they are deflated, no real leadership and support from coach and captain.

Bingo!!! You hit the nail on its head.

Neel Here
June 25, 2010, 10:07 AM
Did anyone remember that test match a couple of years ago between England and India when England was on the verge of victory and Dhoni played a shameful delaying tactic, hoping rain will fall and so the game ended in a draw. His ploy worked, last wicket was saved, rain fell, match drawn.
Also, yesterday in the game between india and SL, SL scored at a very slow rate until the last 10 overs, they had lost 5 wickets for a paltry 65 runs, I dont read cricinfo criticizing the slow chase which was only around 260 runs, BD had to chase 385 runs, I dont even think any of the G8 teams would have chased it down under those lights, and here SL was on their own turf.
BD does not have to apologise to anyone, not even their fans, this is a game of cricket, after all, their fans know what to expect, if it is so painful for you guys, it must be more painful for the players, they are deflated, no real leadership and support from coach and captain.

MMW, keep up this attitude and you will be still defending why BD doesn't win a test match ten years from now. I hope the idiot coach is given a talking to and the attitude changes but with fans eager to defend the teams L-) mentality, I for one do not see much hope.

DJ Sahastra
June 25, 2010, 11:29 AM
Did anyone remember that test match a couple of years ago between England and India when England was on the verge of victory and Dhoni played a shameful delaying tactic, hoping rain will fall and so the game ended in a draw. His ploy worked, last wicket was saved, rain fell, match drawn.
Also, yesterday in the game between india and SL, SL scored at a very slow rate until the last 10 overs, they had lost 5 wickets for a paltry 65 runs, I dont read cricinfo criticizing the slow chase which was only around 260 runs, BD had to chase 385 runs, I dont even think any of the G8 teams would have chased it down under those lights, and here SL was on their own turf.
BD does not have to apologise to anyone, not even their fans, this is a game of cricket, after all, their fans know what to expect, if it is so painful for you guys, it must be more painful for the players, they are deflated, no real leadership and support from coach and captain.

This is an absolute rubbish.

1) You have no idea about "shameful delaying tactics". Look for more appropriate examples. Also, an incorrect analogy to the BD-Pak game.
2) When a team is chasing 260, it has the liberty to go slow until the batsman are well-set and the team is in a position to go after the bowlers. This example shows a total disconnect with reality.
3) As for "their fans know what to expect", as a fan, i DIDN'T and DON'T expect THIS. And not many fans on this board did. Pick up any thread when match was in progress and you'll know.

If someone asking for apology was wrong, someone defending this disgraced match is equally or more so.

bharat
June 25, 2010, 12:20 PM
Agreed the cricinfo comments were biting and a bit exaggerated but the BC's response has been even worse !!!

Instead of trying to analyze the bad performance they have conveniently found a few "Indian Writers/Commentators" as whipping boys !! Any comment by an Indian is seen as a sinister plan of an "eendian" to belittle BD's cricket and players ..Would like to list some points in this regard


Most Indians are too megalomaniac to think about BD's cricket .They dont sit and wait to pounce on BD's cricket
Yes most Indian's are Pak centric ..if Pak slips we dont loose an opportunity to belittle them .The animosity between India-BD is not that intense nor BD has reached the level of Pak in cricketing terms for Indians to hold their breath to push BD down.
BD fans need to realize that there have been critical articles to Indian cricket ..for eg : Yuvraj has been heckled to death for being 'fat' .
BD fans conveniently ignore the number of articles written in praise of Tamim especially after the first test in England.
Jealousy does not come into picture ..we are too megalomaniac to crave for Tamim or Sakib !! Hell ..we dont even accept that we dont have quality fast bowlers ..fget craving a for batsmen (which we have in plenty) and a spinner (again in plenty)

Neel Here
June 25, 2010, 12:29 PM
actually the knack some people here have of bringing in 'eendia' to every subject from BD crickets poor performance to rise in milk prices and everything in between, beggars belief ! they surely deserve a medal of some kind !

they would go far indeed if they used this single-mindedness and obsession with 'eendia' to more productive purposes. if only the cricketers had 1% of the dedication some BC-ites have in running down 'eendia' they would have been world cup semi-finalists at least. :)

bujhee kom
June 25, 2010, 01:10 PM
Dearest Bharat bhaiya and Neel, I am truly sorry for all these hard feelings, honestly bhais. Please forgive and foerget and we are here all of us, together now. We, all of us in our hearts want to see competetive cricket grows in Bangladesh, Bangladesh succeed and shine in cricket, there is no doubt about that. only love, forgiveness and compassion will hold us together as friends, as mankind. You both are very kind and dear to me.

Zeeshan
June 25, 2010, 01:20 PM
Final lesson form this experience: A mole came running down a big mountain and apologized to an angry mob!
In another words, "Lotus* in the Middle" - Om Mani Padme Huum! In another words, "Life is a box of chocolate"!
Jamie Siddharta Siddona!

*the flower, not Lotus Kemal

http://medicationhealth.net16.net/xanax/images/11-500x400.jpg

Neel Here
June 25, 2010, 01:21 PM
zaved bhai, it's only a handful who does these things, frankly I'm amused and sometimes a little bored with them more than anything.
you don't have to worry, I and many like me continue to be supporters of BD cricket, this stupid no-show in dambulla notwithstanding. :)

Fahim
June 25, 2010, 01:56 PM
its all that damn Kapali's fault.

Rabz
June 25, 2010, 02:43 PM
Kabir bhai, thanks for taking the trouble to pen down this sentiment.
Exactly.

If eeendia played a big part for us to be in the big boys league, its because they badly needed our vote to stamp their authority on ICC and cricketing world.

Since our inclusion. we had the mighty Asian bloc, shifting the power paradigm to India's favour. Along with struggling West Indies and messed up Zimbabwe, India now bags 6 out of 10 countable votes on the ICC tug of war. Infact, they dont even give a rats back about ICC anymore.

We were/are here just for the vote, nothing else. Now they feel like they should spew us out simply because our service is no longer required. They got too big. But remember, What goes up, must come down.

But then again, we didnt help our cause too.
A win, just a single win, still eludes us.

bharat
June 25, 2010, 03:46 PM
Kabir bhai, thanks for taking the trouble to pen down this sentiment.
Exactly.

If eeendia played a big part for us to be in the big boys league, its because they badly needed our vote to stamp their authority on ICC and cricketing world.

Since our inclusion. we had the mighty Asian bloc, shifting the power paradigm to India's favour. Along with struggling West Indies and messed up Zimbabwe, India now bags 6 out of 10 countable votes on the ICC tug of war. Infact, they dont even give a rats back about ICC anymore.

We were/are here just for the vote, nothing else. Now they feel like they should spew us out simply because our service is no longer required. They got too big. But remember, What goes up, must come down.

But then again, we didnt help our cause too.
A win, just a single win, still eludes us.

Rabz , I am curious on who these "they" are ? Are you referring to the "Commentator" or the Article writer or the whole cricinfo staff ? Are you suggesting that all the "eendian's" in cricinfo are on the payroll of BCCI out to demean BD so that BCCI/ICC can take punitive action against BD ?

Self Interest or not BD has been the biggest benefactor of BCCI ! Apart from not arranging a tour in India everything else have been positive for BD . Right from Test status to hosting the WC have been an outcome of being on the good side of BCCI .I am not suggesting for a minute that BD needs to be indebted to BCCI but what my point is maybe Pak (for shutting them out of WC) or ACB (for cutting them to size) have a reason to hate the BCCI ..everyone except BD !.

For some reason most of the posters ( who are calculated and smart in other arguments)
become like school boys (according to me) trying to make a mountain out of thin air !! A small criticism from an Indian author (never mind the positive articles) invariably has to be a conspiracy by the BCCI to pull the carpet under the feet of BD's test status .

Neel Here
June 25, 2010, 03:58 PM
the most silly and ignorant comment being WI voting with asia. it's south africa who votes with asia, WI nearly always goes with the western block. in the desperation to create conspiracy theories people have thrown all pretenses of sticking to truth ! :)

oh Bharat, what do you know, it's all a grand conspiracy comprising BCCI, RAW and Cricinfo :floor:
zaid hamid would feel quite at home in this thread ! :D

_Rafi_
June 25, 2010, 03:59 PM
Is there any better cricket website than cricinfo? I'm feeling out of touch as I am not following Crapinfo for some days. Cricinfo is getting worse.

Hatekrew
June 25, 2010, 06:22 PM
The attack started with the CricInfo staff posting comments regarding Bangladesh's horrible run chase by giving up from the first ball. CricInfo was poured with comments regarding why the game should be stopped, it's painful, it hurts to watch such low-class strategy, and what not. And then next thing you know...the team that certain countries don't host because of "lack of viewership" now needs to apologize to the whole cricket world for wasting their TIME and for hurting the spirit of the game.

Really? I wonder why?

This is a mob attack at its best. The comments by the CricInfo staff was blood boiling, and lacked any sort of respect. But that's fine...they were just **doing their job**.

Well...guess what folks. Bangladesh team ain't apologizing to the whole cricket world. Far worse things have happened that had hurt the **spirit of the game**. Harbhajan's slap on Sreesanth's face in the middle of the ground, Chappell's underarm ball incidence, SA's racial quote in cricket, Inzi beating up a fan with the bat...and what not.

There's nothing to apologize to the people who don't support you during your bad days. But it does owe an apology to the entire fan base, who don't give up on the team even after horrible performances one after the other. In fact, not the entire team...but the captain and the coach certainly need to get over the loser mentality. We're no Aussies...but in favorable conditions, we do win matches.

In light of this, let me quote a couple of my fellow BC'ers.






To the rest of the cricket world from which Bangladesh never received any support...here's a big fat finger.
The only people they need to apologize is US. The Fans, Bangladeshis and beyond in world cricket. We aren't living on the crumbs of better cricketing nations who might throw us a few dimes here and there for 'development' or anything. It's our money, our team. If they can be criticized, it's only by us.

The night is darkest before the dawn. Bangladesh cricket, an evolution is brewing.

Kabir
June 26, 2010, 10:23 AM
MMW, keep up this attitude and you will be still defending why BD doesn't win a test match ten years from now. I hope the idiot coach is given a talking to and the attitude changes but with fans eager to defend the teams L-) mentality, I for one do not see much hope.

Well, you certainly don't miss a chance, do you? Mic pailei bhashon marte ichcha kore, right?

What we're talking about here is a whole different story. I opened this thread seeing endless threads like "BD team should apologize to the whole cricket world". People love using big words...don't you think so? Whole cricket world...yeah sure, may be if that involves only the eendian commentator...coz he's the one who seemed to have something stuck up his a**.

Kabir
June 26, 2010, 10:31 AM
For some reason most of the posters ( who are calculated and smart in other arguments)
become like school boys (according to me) trying to make a mountain out of thin air !! A small criticism from an Indian author (never mind the positive articles) invariably has to be a conspiracy by the BCCI to pull the carpet under the feet of BD's test status .

Bro, is that what you got out of this? :floor:

Kabir
June 26, 2010, 10:45 AM
actually the knack some people here have of bringing in 'eendia' to every subject from BD crickets poor performance to rise in milk prices and everything in between, beggars belief ! they surely deserve a medal of some kind !

How about biggest eendian chamcha award for the person who defends eendia in almost all cases...and comes in a camouflage of half Bangladeshi?

they would go far indeed if they used this single-mindedness and obsession with 'eendia' to more productive purposes. if only the cricketers had 1% of the dedication some BC-ites have in running down 'eendia' they would have been world cup semi-finalists at least. :)

I think a bigger problem is with the people who think that when someone refers to the comments of an eendian commentator, it somehow belittles the whole 1+billion Indians. May be I need a monkey brain to understand the connection.

Neel Here
June 26, 2010, 10:54 AM
Well, you certainly don't miss a chance, do you? Mic pailei bhashon marte ichcha kore, right?

What we're talking about here is a whole different story. I opened this thread seeing endless threads like "BD team should apologize to the whole cricket world". People love using big words...don't you think so? Whole cricket world...yeah sure, may be if that involves only the eendian commentator...coz he's the one who seemed to have something stuck up his a**.

bhason ke marche dada, who started a whole new thread to make his speech ? :-D
hint : it wasn't me.

and for the record, this was my reaction to Bharat's thread, which you seem to have missed.
the team certainly has something to apologise about, whether the ghaura coach agrees or not, but to the supporters, not to the world.

but again, let me reiterate, as long as fans continue to support failures and brush serious attitude problems under the carpet as 'molehill', you will continue to have more of the same. because BCB clearly ain't gonna do anything worthwhile unless fans lit a fire under its backside. if the fans are happy with honourable and oftentimes dishonourable defeats, why should they bother ?

but yeah, I get it, the truth is too bitter, so bash BCCI, 'eendians' and CI to take your mind off things. best of luck ! :)

Kabir
June 26, 2010, 10:59 AM
Agreed the cricinfo comments were biting and a bit exaggerated but the BC's response has been even worse !!!

Instead of trying to analyze the bad performance they have conveniently found a few "Indian Writers/Commentators" as whipping boys !! Any comment by an Indian is seen as a sinister plan of an "eendian" to belittle BD's cricket and players ..Would like to list some points in this regard


Bharat: You're mixing two things up.

1) You're saying we're not worried about the performance.
I expected better from you. This thread is NOT in defense of BD's performance. I wonder if you read through even 1% of the posts on BC after the game. It was only a few people like me who weren't as disgusted, because I think I know our true abilities. And that's why I argued that this loserish approach was better than getting bundled out cheaply. If memory serves right, only 3 people agreed with me. Everyone else is disgusted with the performance.

2. "Indian Writers/Commentators" as whipping boys

Can't find the humor there, coz even that's not the purpose of this thread. The purpose of this thread is to point out that the use of big words like "apologize to the whole effing cricket world"...when it comes from senior members and apparently well known commentators, it poses some challenge to some of us...coz now we have to decide on whether we should really take these guys seriously, or just think that they are really the whipping boys.

Neel Here
June 27, 2010, 02:22 PM
How about biggest eendian chamcha award for the person who defends eendia in almost all cases...and comes in a camouflage of half Bangladeshi?

camouflage, half-bangladeshi, wtf are you on about ? who on earth claimed to be a half-bangladeshi ? my roots are in east bengal, that doesn't mean I'm bangladeshi and have never claimed that. I'm Indian through and through.
and btw, I would be effing proud to be called an 'eendian chamcha', may be you don't like your own country enough to want to be known as a 'bangla chamcha' ?

I think a bigger problem is with the people who think that when someone refers to the comments of an eendian commentator, it somehow belittles the whole 1+billion Indians. May be I need a monkey brain to understand the connection
the bigger problem is when member after member finds a need to bring up the nationality of the CI commentator, which in all other cases won't even merit a mention. you didn't in your first post, I'll give you that but from then on this thread has looked like something someone with a tinfoil hat on will conjure up. how many people bring up australia when bashing siddons ? none ?
if you do not see the difference in attitudes, you may not need a monkey brain but you do need to properly use the one you have.

BANFAN
June 28, 2010, 12:48 AM
When someone starts objecting to everytime India comes into comparison, if that guy is an Indian, I feel he is suffering from severe inferiority complex.

And as Kabir said, if he is a Bangladeshi /half Bangladeshi, he desrves an Indian chamcha award. Surely

SMHasan
June 28, 2010, 01:26 AM
I agree that CI might did a little too much. But what we did? What we have? What we dream?

We only surrendered ourselves helplessly, we have a batsman whose average is nothing more of a 23 in all forms of the game (you know whom I am referring to), he fails so often, failure after failure and still our selectors pick him. And finally we got a coach who tries to protect himself by saying that 'when Tamim got out we had no chance!'. Why on the earth we only have to depend on a 22 year old boy Tamim? Why Mr Siddons failed to lift the team?

We need to find our solutions rather pointing at somebody else. Listen my friends- if we fail miserably and we did, people will talk like this.

It's time to not to allow BCB officials to go in a hoeymoon abroad, it's time to bring some changes in the BCB. It's time to think about Mr Siddons and his attitude.

Thank you all.

SportsGuru
June 29, 2010, 06:55 AM
@SMHassan: I agree with your statement and would like to say that the team needs some unbiased and disciplined coach who cares for wins only! I took it as football news when I was watching all this on Cric Info lolx but later I realized that afterall it is oine of the best clubs sports we should not degrade to.

bujhee kom
June 29, 2010, 07:50 AM
@SMHassan: I agree with your statement and would like to say that the team needs some unbiased and disciplined coach who cares for wins only! I took it as football news when I was watching all this on Cric Info lolx but later I realized that afterall it is oine of the best clubs sports we should not degrade to.

I am sorry bhai, I know I don't have to read everything or point out everything I see, but I just woke up and, what happened? What do you mean?

lamisa
June 29, 2010, 09:57 AM
Loker kothay kisher bhoy?
Nijer teshtar shunte hoy
Teshta achhe toh shob kachhe
-Mashrafe Bin Mortaza

bdtiger
June 29, 2010, 10:28 AM
Loker kothay kisher bhoy?
Nijer teshtar shunte hoy
Teshta achhe toh shob kachhe
-Mashrafe Bin Mortaza

Pepsi?

lamisa
June 29, 2010, 10:59 AM
Pepsi?

:up:

LateCut
June 30, 2010, 07:43 AM
cric info staff are indians and english men?

Sahibs and Englishmen.

LateCut
June 30, 2010, 07:45 AM
@SMHassan: I agree with your statement and would like to say that the team needs some unbiased and disciplined coach who cares for wins only! I took it as football news when I was watching all this on Cric Info lolx but later I realized that afterall it is oine of the best clubs sports we should not degrade to.

Hah? Can anybody help me to decipher this?