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  1. #81
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    Quote Originally Posted by slipcatch View Post
    Yea? What about Salman and Asif, Asif is still probably better than Amir.

    To be role model one does not only need to be convicted of corruption.

    But i see why you jumped on this thread quickly, again, without giving it a second thought.
    Butt has been adequately replaced.

    Asif is a 120 mph trundler now who is on his last legs. Amir can potentially play for 10 years.

    The message from PCB was loud and clear - if you are young and talented, it is okay if you are a fixer.
    Last edited by Mamoon; 10th August 2018 at 23:32.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    Butt has been adequately replaced.

    Asif is a 120 mph trundler now who is on his last legs. Amir can potentially play for 10 years.

    The message from PCB was loud and clear - if you are young and talented, it is okay if you are a fixer.
    No! message was if you have committed a crime and you have paid the price and showed remorse then it is okay to rehabilitate you back into society, that is how it works in civilized society.

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    Sreesanth finally opens up about what happened when Harbhajan Singh slapped him after a T20 match

    For those, who don't remember what exactly happened that night, here's a brief idea of the same. This happened way back in 2008 during the inaugural season of a T20 league tournament. Punjab's team was pitted against Mumbai. Harbhajan was the captain of the team while Sreesanth was playing from the Punjab team. Mumbai lost the match to Punjab. But more than the loss, it was Harbhajan's reaction after a conversation with Sreesanth that got everyone talking. He slapped Sreesanth. It was reported then that the pacer had said something really offensive to the off-spinner and he lost his cool. It was also said that Harbhajan later apologised to Sreesanth in the dressing room. But not before Sreesanth was caught by the camera breaking down in tears on the field. Finally, Sreesanth has decided to reveal it all in front of the camera and that too inside the Bigg Boss house.


    In today's Bigg Boss episode, Sreesanth was in a tell-all mood. He said that during the T20 tournament, Harbhajan told him to not to show any aggressiveness. Harbhajan got out with no run. Sreesanth admits that he was a little too elated because he was happy for his team. He says that when he went up to Harbhajan to say 'tough luck' which he admits was sarcastic, he didn't slap him but back slapped him. He says that people can check the video. Sreesanth reveals he was helpless and so he cried. This reveal obviously helped Surbhi win the captaincy task. Sreesanth also revealed that there is no bad blood between him and Harbhajan Singh at all. They are in touch and the off-spinner often enquiries about the well-being of his family.

    Towards the end, Sreesanth requests his wife to inform Harbhajan that he has said such things on the show. But what we liked the most was Surbhi's question, when she asked why didn't he call a press conference to narrate his side of the story. Sreesanth said that there is a time and place for everything. He sure chose a great place to reveal his side of the story!


    https://www.bollywoodlife.com/bigg-b...r-a-t20-match/

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    Letter from his wife on Social media



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    Sreesanth has built a great physique over the years. Credit to his fitness regimen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    Letter from his wife on Social media

    My dear, so did Sharjeel salman butts asifs amirs Azharuddins family say our boy is whiter than white!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    Sreesanth has built a great physique over the years. Credit to his fitness regimen.
    And he thinks he has become Brock Lesnar. He gets too aggressive in the house and wants a fight everytime. He acts like Brock but cries like a doll. Never seen such a drama queen indian cricketer like him in my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhaag Viru Bhaag View Post
    And he thinks he has become Brock Lesnar. He gets too aggressive in the house and wants a fight everytime. He acts like Brock but cries like a doll. Never seen such a drama queen indian cricketer like him in my life.
    Your Bhaijaan doesn't watch BigBoss.'

    He is too classy for that sort of stuff.

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    I dont know but I cant see how he is not guilty. He is not that important that the BCCI will do a conspiracy against him on such a scale.

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    The Supreme Court on Thursday reserved its order on a plea by former cricketer S. Sreesanth challenging the lifetime ban imposed on him by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for his alleged involvement in match fixing during 2013 IPL. The bench of Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice K.M. Joseph reserved the order as apex cricketing body said that Sreesanth was found guilty on all the three counts - corruption, betting and bringing disrepute to the game.

    The court has given both Sreesanth and the BCCI to file their written submissions in two weeks.

    Appearing for BCCI, senior counsel Parag Tripathi told the court that for corruption and betting, the punishment is lifetime ban from the game.

    Pointing to zero tolerance towards corruption and betting and also any act bringing disrepute to cricket, Tripathi told the court that at no stage, Sreesanth brought it to the notice of BCCI's Anti-Corruption Unit about his being approached by bookies.

    The BCCI also reiterated the charge that Sreesanth never explained to the inquiry committee about where Rs 10 lakh, an amount that finds mention in the recorded telephonic conversation, came from.

    In his rejoinder arguments, senior counsel, Salman Khurshid appearing for Sreesanth said that the onus of proving the guilt was on the BCCI. He said it was for the BCCI to establish that Rs 10 lakhs had come from questionable sources for match fixing.

    Referring to the taped conversation, Khurshid said it says that transaction would take place only if former cricketer concedes 14 runs in an over and that it would be off for anything less than that.

    In the alleged over, where Sreesanth was to concede 14 runs, in fact 13 runs could be scored. It has been contended against Sreesanth that there was one no ball, which would have made it to 14 runs, but it escaped the umpire's sight.

    Wrapping up his rejoinder arguments, Khurshid urged the court to save the career of the "young cricketer, who is not that young now, but still retains the spirit of cricket."

    In the earlier hearing, Sreesanth had told the court that he initially confessed to the Special Cell of Delhi Police about his alleged involvement in the 2013 IPL spot-fixing scandal to escape sustained and continuous police torture.

    Sreesanth moved the top court challenging the Kerala High Court order upholding the lifetime ban on him by the BCCI.

    The BCCI had on May 15 last year opposed the plea by Sreesanth seeking a relaxation of the ban on him, so that he could play in county cricket in England.

    BCCI had earlier told the court that it has already appealed against the order discharging Sreesanth in the spot-fixing case during IPL 2013.

    The Delhi Police had arrested Sreesanth and his two other Rajasthan Royals' teammates, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan, on the charge of spot-fixing during IPL 2013.

    https://sports.ndtv.com/cricket/sc-r...y-bcci-2000884


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    Young cricketer who is not that young now.

    Was he being facetious?


    2 possibilities exist: Either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. Both are terrifying.

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    This is mainly to play domestic cricket i suppose.

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    Bench makes it clear that the order shall have no effect on the criminal proceedings pending against the former cricketer.
    The Supreme Court on Friday revoked the life ban on former Indian cricketer S. Sreesanth in a case of spot-fixing and asked the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to re-examine its quantum of punishment.

    A Bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan and K.M. Joseph said the life ban was “too harsh.”

    The court asked the BCCI disciplinary committee to review the quantum of his punishment in three months. It, however, upheld his indictment in the wake of the 2013 IPL spot-fixing scandal.

    The Bench made it clear that the order shall have no effect on the criminal proceedings pending against the former cricketer. The standard of disciplinary proceedings was higher than that of criminal proceedings, the court said.


    Sreesanth had argued how the life ban given to other cricketers was reconsidered eventually.

    “Mohd. Azharuddin [former India captain] was overturned. Pakistan’s Salim Malik got a life ban but it was overturned. Hansie Cronje was given a life ban but he died in a plane crash when proceedings were not closed,” senior advocate Salman Khurshid, for Sreesanth, had submitted.

    Mr. Khurshid had argued that despite the ban and losing the best part of his career, Sreesanth had remained loyal to the BCCI and wanted to “reconnect” with the Board.

    The lawyer had said his client suffered “continuous torture” in the hands of the Delhi Police.

    “It is a fact that he used a towel. Many players do. There was no criminal intent or foul play. Too much is being read into it. The court had discharged him finally,” Mr. Khurshid had argued.

    https://www.thehindu.com/news/nation...le26541906.ece


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