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Old October 2, 2006, 12:07 PM
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wasim bowling a srilankan,
boycott- dat wed en absalute cowrker wed-nit?

shoaib bowling a srl:
ramij-raja: ooh, this is gone a mile way, the stump has

botham: lights are on, and so is the off-stump-brilliant shoaib akhtar

ramij raja on shoaib- 2 hot 2 handle, even in the heat

ramij raja- 100.2mph, brilliant stuff, england 7-1
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Old October 2, 2006, 12:08 PM
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this kid would make millions playin baseball in america

boycott on afridi
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Old November 20, 2006, 11:08 AM
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"I don't care if Tony Blair or Robbie Williams bowl me the first ball of the Ashes series - all my team-mates and I care about is winning back the Ashes"
Justin Langer is raring to go

"What Indian farmers could not do to Sharad Pawar, Australian cricketers did."
Columnist TJS George puts the life of the Indian farmers in perspective

"Ricky Martin has always said Australia can...er...Ricky, er, Ponting. Ricky Ponting has always said Australia can lift themselves for the big occasion."
"And for that matter Ricky Martin, too."
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Old December 31, 2006, 01:12 PM
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Cricket is not rocket science. You just bowl at the top of off-stump."
Matthew Hayden

"We never imagined this fat, podgy kid...would end up as one of the world's best bowlers."
Bill Lawry on Victoria's favourite son, Shane Warne


"When I told my children I was retiring they got a bit disappointed because they didn't think I was going to play backyard cricket with them. They said, 'Can you still play with us?' I said 'I can'."
Warne hasn't given up all forms of cricket, at least

"He's not that good. He tends to just start with a four-letter word and then says a load of nonsense."
Mark Taylor on whether Warne is one of the best sledgers ever
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Old January 14, 2007, 08:02 PM
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The best wicketkeeper... has to bat, and bat well. This is not new: the trend has, however, become much stronger. The effect on the standards of keeping everywhere has been quietly disastrous

Pat Murphy from Wisden Almanack
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Old January 31, 2007, 07:55 AM
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"Bhai (Nafis) is not finished and he has enough time to come back in the national fold," "I hope both of us will play together in the national team."

Tamim Iqbal believes in his elder brother Nafis Iqbal, who would come back into the national fold again.
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Old January 31, 2007, 08:24 AM
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"Here's Razzaq into the attack. Pleasingly, that rhymes. I'm really quite a simple chap you know."

-Cricinfo commentator, 4th ODI, Eng vs Pak, 8 Sept 2006
Good one, where'dy dig that up from?
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Old February 20, 2007, 07:04 PM
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this is a great one

"My theory is that every time a batsman plays and misses he should be asked to take off one piece of protective clothing of the bowler's choice."
Michael Kasprowicz takes a novel approach in the plan to contain batsmen
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Old February 22, 2007, 06:35 AM
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'Dippenaar's finest one-day innings was arguably his seven-ball 1 on March 12, 2006, in that match at Johannesburg - by getting out of the way nice and early, he allowed his flashier team-mates to cut loose and hunt down Australia's incredible total of 434'.

Andrew Miller on Boeta Dippenaar.
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Old February 22, 2007, 11:19 AM
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Good one, where'dy dig that up from?
cricinfo live text commentary.
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Old April 6, 2007, 01:17 PM
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" We learned how to dive and anticipate in fielding when we were 15, and not 25, so more focus needed to be given to the quality of coaching, umpiring and wickets at that level, so that no aaltu-faltu cricketers come through to the highest level."

Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, commenting on strengthening junior cricket.

Now, I am wondering who is aaltu-faltu cricketer in current India team?
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Malcolm Speed comes out fighting against critics who have said games have lacked atmosphere. Clearly Mr Speed has been watching a different World Cup to the rest of us


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Old April 22, 2007, 06:56 AM
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"BCCI is like a Marwari (businessman) whose product-standard is going down day by day but it is not answerable to anyone,"
Navjot Singh Sidhu in his latest interview.

"If true, then it could be the best thing that has happened for world cricket. Now even Ireland has a chance beating Australia sooner rather than later,"

Sunil Gavaskar commenting on Australian media report that Chappell is a leading candidate to fill the Australian Cricket Academy head coach role vacated by new national coach Tim Nielsen.
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"Did I entertain?", asked Brian Lara during the final presentation of his last ever international match. The entire crowd responded with a resounding cheer and some even burst into tears.
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Old April 23, 2007, 08:24 AM
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"Get out the birth certificates ... anyone who's 32 or over, they're out of it."
Bob Willis doesn't pull any punches after England crash out of the World Cup
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Old June 17, 2007, 06:58 AM
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"This would be a first for Shoaib, who is widely regarded as a more committed playboy than cricketer."
Journalist Malcolm Conn reacts to a quote from Shoaib Akhtar that he had been keeping himself in shape during his lay-off

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Old June 17, 2007, 07:26 AM
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"This would be a first for Shoaib, who is widely regarded as a more committed playboy than cricketer."
Journalist Malcolm Conn reacts to a quote from Shoaib Akhtar that he had been keeping himself in shape during his lay-off

aah ... so that's how he kept himself in shape ... and that's why ...
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Old June 17, 2007, 07:37 AM
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"If computer know-how is all that matters, then (Microsoft chairman) Bill Gates should have been the best cricket coach in the world."
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Old June 17, 2007, 08:52 AM
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good compilation..here is the latest

"I've been working out how to pronounce his name," says Nasser Hussain. "Chander- or Chandra-? I will ask him tonight." Mikey Holding confirms that the man himself says "Shandra". So now you know.
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"I've been working out how to pronounce his name," says Nasser Hussain. "Chander- or Chandra-? I will ask him tonight." Mikey Holding confirms that the man himself says "Shandra". So now you know.
This depends on which part of india his ancestors came from,same word from Sanskrit took different shape in different languages.
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This depends on which part of india his ancestors came from,same word from Sanskrit took different shape in different languages.
Quiet agree. But as long as he calls himself Shandra people need to stick to that regardless of his decent which might be part-indian part-angolan part-guyanese who knows.
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Old June 19, 2007, 07:37 AM
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"If my mum was alive she could captain England to play West Indies ... hopeless aren't they."
Geoffrey Boycott shoots from the hip
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Old June 19, 2007, 08:16 AM
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"If my mum was alive she could captain England to play West Indies ... hopeless aren't they."
Geoffrey Boycott shoots from the hip
... Sir G really doesn't like Vaughan, does he? He once commented that his "mum" could hit Vaughan around the park with a stick of rhubarb, when Vaughan decided fancy himself as a "part-time bowler" a couple of years ago.
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Old June 19, 2007, 09:15 AM
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he sure loves his mom. god bless her soul
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he sure loves his mom. god bless her soul
Apparently she was quite a backyard cricketer also.
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