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  1. #561
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    Dean Jones @ProfDeano
    People have criticized me for trying to take up Pak coaching job.. Have a look what they are doing to Eng!


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    BumbleCricket:

    Geoff Boycott homeless I hear

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    Swannyg66 Graeme Swann
    That was a very disappointing end to an otherwise good game. Thanks to the real supporters amongst you who see some perspective

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    You're not tweeting, you're not tweeting, you're not tweeting anymore.
    You're not tweeting anymore! @StuartBroad


    Frank Skinner: Pakistan looked better than this when they were trying to lose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PakPosheeda View Post
    Sanjay Manrekar:

    "well done pakistan ! Masters of unpredictable brilliance !"
    Agreed sanjay and well done to india for being predictable and being whitewashed again

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    OsmanSamiuddin Osman Samiuddin
    Been watching all my life and every time, every time they do it, it shocks me #pakveng

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninjafirstslip View Post
    ^ is that your real name Velu?
    thats part of my name


    Always choose a lazy person to do a difficult job Because he will find an easy way to do it.

  8. #568
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    Quote Originally Posted by velu View Post
    thats part of my name
    Veludegra? ;)

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    ZaltzCricket:

    .@Arsalh @kamran9558 The UK property market is in a bit of a dip. I'm sure Geoff Boycott can afford another house or two. #dontbetoncricket

  10. #570
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    Quote Originally Posted by 12cavalry View Post
    Dean Jones @ProfDeano
    People have criticized me for trying to take up Pak coaching job.. Have a look what they are doing to Eng!

    Deano should come back to the commentary box man, would love him back


    Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf...for the Quaid(ra) and Iqbal(ra)'s Pakistan

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    Seconded. Bring the legend back - I miss his partnership with the youngsta beauty.

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    Can anyone from here send a sweet tweet to the Barbie Doll about telling the taxi driver to keep quiet and that they can chase the target of 250? Love to see his reply back, if he replies back that is.

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    Dean Jones @ProfDeano

    Well done Mohsin Khan.. Great job as interim coach.. Should keep the job on a permanent basis!

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    VaughanCricket Michael Vaughan
    Like a dull morning down south in Abu today... Perfect for England... All over by tea is my shout.. #englandwin


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    Dean Jones

    @warne888 they took the gas champ! Played back to everything! Rehman and Ajmal ate them for dinner!

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    Where is taxi driver

  17. #577
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    Hahaha! Some quality tweets there.

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    RamizSpeaks Ramizspeaks
    Bangladesh tour was a great opportunity to ease in some of the bench players including U Akmal. Can Misbah's pace live with flamboyant Akmal
    Whats ramiz on about... you have just won the series against the No 1 team... Be happy!

    On the other note...
    kevinpp24 Kevin Pietersen
    OUCH!!! A defeat like that is still hurting.. But, lets not forget how amazing Monty's comeback was!! Just brilliant!!

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    VaughanCricket
    Played golf at the Yas links today... Shot alot more than 72......
    Someone's not happy.

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    LOL, these guys are gonna remember this loss for a pretty long time..

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    michael vaughan tweeted just now

    i hope england sign ajmal, only few hours remaining to get him lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pakhtoon_Rules View Post
    michael vaughan tweeted just now

    i hope england sign ajmal, only few hours remaining to get him lol
    hahahahaha

    This guy is born to troll, trolling his team hard.

    On other hand trying to Jinx


    I often Bowl No balls, sometimes very big. So that I can sustain a longer over..!

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    Michael Vaughan @VaughanCricket Reply Retweet Favorite · Open
    “@Montyp713: If you chew a cabbage/lettuce leaf properly, you’ll lose more energy than you’ll gain from actually eating it.” Thanks Monty
    Our very own vaughan bhai


    I often Bowl No balls, sometimes very big. So that I can sustain a longer over..!

  24. #584
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strike! View Post
    VaughanCricket

    Someone's not happy.


    Champion.


    Quote Originally Posted by La Haine movie
    Jusqu'ici tout va bien. L'important n’est pas la chute, c’est l’atterrissage.

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    some pak guy is trolling with English troll kings

    aliraja80 Ali Raja
    “@Aggerscricket: Bell fit to play. Physically anyway.” but will ajmal let him play lol.
    aliraja80 Ali Raja
    @
    @VaughanCricket @BeefyBotham now u know wot the teesra meant 3.0 whitewash. Lol


    Always choose a lazy person to do a difficult job Because he will find an easy way to do it.

  26. #586
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    haahha class

  27. #587
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    teesra = 3-0


    "When You Have Eliminated The Impossible, Whatever Remains, However Improbable, Must Be The Truth!

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    Ali Raja What a legend.



    Grandpa Zindabad!

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    BumbleCricket David 'Bumble' Lloyd

    Lot of people on here focusing on future of Eng instead of congratulating Pakistan on a magnificent performance

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    Is that the Ali Raja who used to post here?

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    Ali raja awesome there!! who is he anyway?


    Life Isn't About Finding Yourself..Life Is About Creating Yourself

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    Quote Originally Posted by hayat View Post
    BumbleCricket David 'Bumble' Lloyd

    Lot of people on here focusing on future of Eng instead of congratulating Pakistan on a magnificent performance
    Good honest man Bumble, that's why people like him


    Ki Mohammad (saw) sey wafa tu ney tou hum terey hain
    Yeh jahaan cheez kya hai Loh-o-Qalam tere hain

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    bumble having a go at the indians. They've all turned up after the whitewash what losers



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    Cricket_Ali:

    Saeed Ajmal answering questions down the camera is TV gold. Top man and a top bowler. Easy to see why he's a fans favourite

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    These Indian trolls on twiter need to get a life...... It's Pakistan who did the white wash, not India.... Don't know why they are so excited........ They are still losers against England....

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    Broad-
    Well played Pakistan. Credit where credits due. We were poor with the bat but you learn the most from your mistakes!

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    Shane Warne @warne888
    Wow 3-0 whitewash !! Well played Pakistan, good for international cricket that result... Just a speed hump for the English ???

  38. #598
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    some pathetic england fans on twitter as well

    BumbleCricket David 'Bumble' Lloyd
    Lot of people on here focusing on future of Eng instead of congratulating Pakistan on a magnificent performance
    2 hours ago

    scouser88 Mark
    @
    @BumbleCricket can you explain why "fans" of England should give two shiny shites about Pakistan? Our focus is on our team....
    2 hours ago

    BumbleCricket David 'Bumble' Lloyd
    @
    @scouser88 it's called sport .......
    1 hour ago

    scouser88 Mark
    @
    @BumbleCricket "it's called sport ......." that would explain the betting scandal - silly me
    1 hour ago
    in reply to ↑

    @BumbleCricket
    David 'Bumble' Lloyd
    @scouser88 they out of it now ...justice .. This is a good group

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    StuartBroad8:
    Well played Pakistan. Credit where credits due. We were poor with the bat but you learn the most from your mistakes!

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    Stuart Broad via twitter:

    "Well played Pakistan. Credit where credits due. We were poor with the bat but you learn the most from your mistakes" - Broad
    Last edited by violet_may; 6th February 2012 at 19:21.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shahrukh619 View Post
    These Indian trolls on twiter need to get a life...... It's Pakistan who did the white wash, not India.... Don't know why they are so excited........ They are still losers against England....
    you were over the moon when Eng white washed us like you thought it was pakistan who beat us....

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    Kp ke kenda he
    kevinpp24:
    I averaged 11 in these 3 Tests.. HORROR show!! So sorry supporters!! Not good enough and I know it.. ☹

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerala porotta View Post
    you were over the moon when Eng white washed us like you thought it was pakistan who beat us....
    lol, epic justification for being a troll


    Hammad Azam - Remember the name !

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    Quote Originally Posted by farazaidi View Post
    lol, epic justification for being a troll
    that is the reality my friend

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerala porotta View Post
    you were over the moon when Eng white washed us like you thought it was pakistan who beat us....
    but was i trolling on Twitter, and sending tweets to the commies ?

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    for them they have their justification..

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerala porotta View Post
    that is the reality my friend
    one needs to be humble in defeat and gracious in victory :ranjit Fernando


    Hammad Azam - Remember the name !

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerala porotta View Post
    you were over the moon when Eng white washed us like you thought it was pakistan who beat us....
    that is because noone likes indian team and indian players....0 sportsmanship...full of attitude...players like harbajan singh and gambhir and kohli....despicable people

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    Quote Originally Posted by Osman View Post
    that is because noone likes indian team and indian players....0 sportsmanship...full of attitude...players like harbajan singh and gambhir and kohli....despicable people
    Ian bell says hello....Agreed with the attiutde part
    Last edited by kerala porotta; 6th February 2012 at 16:52.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farazaidi View Post
    one needs to be humble in defeat and gracious in victory :ranjit Fernando
    Exactly

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    kevinpp24 Kevin Pietersen
    I averaged 11 in these 3 Tests.. HORROR show!! So sorry supporters!! Not good enough and I know it.. ☹

    warne888 Shane Warne
    @kevinpp24 average 11 For a test series - that's what @glennmcgrath11 used to dream about... Hahahah
    kp, lol at warne

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerala porotta View Post
    Ian bell says hello....Agreed with the attiutde part
    don't get the ian bell part?

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    Ian bell run out

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    wasimakramlive Congratulations Team Pakistan! A hard earned & much deserved win by the Pakistani boys.

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    Can't say he wasn't warned by the cabbie.

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    Credit to Broad for showing maturity in this series so far. He's improving as a cricketer at the same time.

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    Now an important part of England cricket team.

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    Barbie bowled awesome and was always a threat with bat. Despite this loss i think the expirenece he has gained would be awesome 4 him. He did his job, his batters let the team down.

    One thing to notice and i hope all pak fan learsn most english commentators players etc have been dignified in defeat, let us be gracious in victory, unlike our paroosi, who are never dignified nor gracious. :p

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    Gul was fantastic in bursts but overall Broad was the best pacer on show. He will be a vital part of the England team when they travel to Lanka and India later.


    Lions don't lose sleep over the opinions of Sheep

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    This series showed that Broad is the best bowler in England at the moment

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    GOod stuff from Barbie.... He was also the best pace bowler in the series.
    Last edited by violet_may; 6th February 2012 at 19:21.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blade View Post
    This series showed that Broad is the best bowler in England at the moment
    But not in the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Namak_Halaal View Post
    But not in the world.
    I didn't say he was the best in the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doctordamor View Post
    Barbie bowled awesome and was always a threat with bat. Despite this loss i think the expirenece he has gained would be awesome 4 him. He did his job, his batters let the team down.

    One thing to notice and i hope all pak fan learsn most english commentators players etc have been dignified in defeat, let us be gracious in victory, unlike our paroosi, who are never dignified nor gracious. :p
    word

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    Ajmal, Steyn, Broad and Rehman are the most valuable bowlers in world cricket to their respective teams at the moment. In that order.

    Broad had a strong all-round series and has matured as a character. A future England captain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whippy View Post
    Ajmal, Steyn, Broad and Rehman are the most valuable bowlers in world cricket to their respective teams at the moment. In that order.

    Broad had a strong all-round series and has matured as a character. A future England captain.
    anderson? LOL

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    performed and behaved like a champ on this tour, kudos to Broadie. :vicky


    Proud Shehri of Misbah Ka Pakistan

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    He should be proud, was defo. the best fast-bowler!
    Last edited by violet_may; 6th February 2012 at 19:22.

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    Superb tour for Broad.

    Very mature tweet too.


    "When You Have Eliminated The Impossible, Whatever Remains, However Improbable, Must Be The Truth!

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    Very good bowler ... He will always do good even in sub-continent conditions.

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    Broad was pretty impressive with the ball in the series, If he could use his head abit more with the bat he could become a good all-rounder. Good to see hes finally used some humility.

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    I must say been very very impressed with England and broad looked dangerous throughout the series. Hopefully they thrash Sri Lanka and beat India also which will only elevate our achievements this series.


    "The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits."

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    Best pacer on show.

    Barbie has matured well.


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    Broad has improved remarkably in the last 6 months.
    I also think he has a good attitude - His behaviour is much better now.
    Last edited by 90MPH; 6th February 2012 at 20:26.

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    If he keeps improving he can become the Glenn McGrath of England.


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    Definetly Improved his attitude


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    That 165 by Broad hurt my feeling in 2010 at Lords and his fathers petulance in 1987 undermining the umpires decision and instigating bad blood.Well Broad you got your come up pence.

    Thank you Team Misbah for resting the ghost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DOOSRA95 View Post
    That 165 by Broad hurt my feeling in 2010 at Lords and his fathers petulance in 1987 undermining the umpires decision and instigating bad blood.Well Broad you got your come up pence.

    Thank you Team Misbah for resting the ghost.
    Mate, that's all history now. You should look at how he has behaved in this series and how well he is developing as a cricketer.

    And LOL at the 165 hurting your feelings. He was just trying to serve his team.

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    Barbie was the best fast bowler in the series. Batted well too. And surprisingly, behaved well too.

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