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Old 29th December 2012, 13:13
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Watch out for this young fast bowler from Kerala.

On a hot Monday afternoon, Sandeep Warrier proved just too hot to handle.

In a sensational of spell of pace bowling, the 21-year-old picked up six for 44 to lead Kerala to an innings and 35-run win with a day and a half to spare in the Ranji Trophy Group ‘C’ encounter at the Perinthalamanna Cricket Ground.

He is quick, quicker than Sreesanth, his kerala team mate. I am not hyping, but maan this guy looks very promising.


http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper...cle4237254.ece

http://articles.timesofindia.indiati...n-dodda-ganesh

http://articles.timesofindia.indiati...n-dodda-ganesh

http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/conte...er/592735.html


Hope he is not ruined by IPL.
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Old 29th December 2012, 13:15
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What do u mean quicker than Sreesanth.?..lol. Anyway lets hope for the best. We keep on producing fast bowlers but they get injured often and they slow down over the years.
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Old 29th December 2012, 13:16
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Oh please, let's not hype another one up. That list is endless.
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Old 29th December 2012, 13:17
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Whats his speed ?
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Old 29th December 2012, 13:19
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just like pathan was the next wasim?
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Old 29th December 2012, 13:25
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Heard about this guy, apparently an Engineering drop out Started playing first class cricket this season after deciding to leave the college it seems! Interesting.. Hope he isn't another trundler
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Old 29th December 2012, 13:29
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He is quick, quicker than Sreesanth,
Did you ever see Kumble bowl? At times, he was quicker than Harbhjan's punching bag!
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Old 29th December 2012, 13:31
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Whats his speed ?
He is phaaaaashtttt according to indian standards.

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Old 29th December 2012, 13:31
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Sree was bowling in late 135's and even touched 140's often..no?? Why are people talking as if he is a praveen or a vinay kumar!!
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Old 29th December 2012, 13:32
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Old 29th December 2012, 13:33
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Now on a serious note.

Wish good luck to young gun
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Old 29th December 2012, 13:35
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“It was one of the best performances of pace bowling I have seen in domestic cricket in recent times,” said Jharkhand coach Tarak Sinha, who has produced Test bowlers like Manoj Prabhakar, Ashish Nehra, Atual Wassan and Sanjeev Sharma.


So he is better than these spinners!
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Old 29th December 2012, 13:36
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What do u mean quicker than Sreesanth.?..lol. Anyway lets hope for the best. We keep on producing fast bowlers but they get injured often and they slow down over the years.

He bowls @ 145 + on average, very nippy, swings the ball both ways, has good bouncer and yorker (as per newspaper reports and local media). As I told you earlier, I am not hying this young man. At present he is looks very promising. very skinny, but generates good pace. (Believe me he can;t match great pakistani phast bowlers, but one of the better pace men coming up in india)
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Old 29th December 2012, 13:38
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So he is better than these spinners!
Well, they were our fast bowlers!
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Old 29th December 2012, 13:39
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Ranji will destroy him..better to get him into a fev squad sway from pancake ranji
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Old 29th December 2012, 13:40
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So he is better than these spinners!
Prabhakar and Sanjeev sharma were never quick. This guy is from Kerala, which has produced great athletes and footballers. They were never a cricketing force in Indian domestic level, but now things have changed. Hopefully we can see some real indian "fast bowlers" of international class (Not trundlers) emerging from Kerala. Mark my words.
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Ranji will destroy him..better to get him into a fev squad sway from pancake ranji
even if he will survive from ranji,ipl will surely destroy him
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Old 29th December 2012, 13:45
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he has taken 22 wickets against Goa,Taripur,servives,Etc
Those are most Weak team,s in Ranji trophy
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Old 29th December 2012, 13:51
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Oooh. He is quicker than Sreesanth. He must bowl at the speed of light.
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Old 29th December 2012, 13:51
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Enough of this watch out threads especially when it comes to Indian phast bowlers.
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Old 29th December 2012, 13:53
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LOL at engineering drop out. India ki hur gali-muhalle mey engineer rehte hain.


I don't beleieve the hype anymore, every Indian rookie pacer is a good prospect. But they don't last long. Indian fast bowlers are like Chinese smart phones.
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Old 29th December 2012, 13:54
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I am seated and waiting for 'this' 'Kerala Express'.....

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Prabhakar and Sanjeev sharma were never quick. This guy is from Kerala, which has produced great athletes and footballers. They were never a cricketing force in Indian domestic level, but now things have changed. Hopefully we can see some real indian "fast bowlers" of international class (Not trundlers) emerging from Kerala. Mark my words.
Look at your first post and the title (first post) of this thread;

http://www.pakpassion.net/ppforum/sh...d.php?t=135069
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Old 29th December 2012, 14:34
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Well lets see what he will become.... In India,s case of fast bowlers never count your chickens before they are hatched and bowl at 145kph
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Old 29th December 2012, 14:58
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Once he spent an year in Indian team he will be bowling slower than Kumble in his him.
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Old 29th December 2012, 15:03
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Well lets see what he will become.... In India,s case of fast bowlers never count your chickens before they are hatched and bowl at 145kph
dude he has taken wickets against most weak team in ranji Trophy let him play against Mumbia,delhi,Bangle,Gujrat iam sure he will get smashed
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Old 29th December 2012, 15:09
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India has a reputation of murdering promising young talents. Dont think this guy will be any different.
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Old 29th December 2012, 15:28
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I am seated and waiting for 'this' 'Kerala Express'.....

Kerala produces many athletes for india at national level.Kerala is a small state when compared to others states but they are champions in athletics,they emerges as no 1 in school level,college level and state level athletics championships.TBH,most of these athletes use this platform to secure their life by earning a goverment job.Most of the these athletes are not interested in cricket.

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Kerala produces many athletes for india at national level.Kerala is a small state when compared to others states but they are champions in athletics,they emerges as no 1 in school level,college level and state level athletics championships.TBH,most of these athletes use this platform to secure their life by earning an goverment job.Most of the these athletes are not interested in cricket.
Interesting. Thanks for sharing.
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Old 29th December 2012, 15:52
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Interesting. Thanks for sharing.
Another interesting fact they are the largest consumers of beef in india irrespective of their religion
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Any bowling footage available?
While we anxiously wait for this new sensation's glimpe..... let's re-feast our eyes with the footage of a previous sensation!


http://sports.ndtv.com/cricket/news/...ebut-continues

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Old 29th December 2012, 16:27
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Old 29th December 2012, 16:46
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Kerala produces many athletes for india at national level.Kerala is a small state when compared to others states but they are champions in athletics,they emerges as no 1 in school level,college level and state level athletics championships.TBH,most of these athletes use this platform to secure their life by earning a goverment job.Most of the these athletes are not interested in cricket.
I agree. Kerala has produced some of the best athletes in India. If they take up cricket, we gonna find lot of pace bowlers.
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Bejeezus here's another bloke who's going to graduate into a one-paced trundler two years from now.
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Only bowlers though.
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Old 29th December 2012, 16:56
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I remember Deepak chahar was considered as good prospect too but look what happened to him ..hope this guy maintains his consistentcy.
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Old 29th December 2012, 17:04
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I agree. Kerala has produced some of the best athletes in India. If they take up cricket, we gonna find lot of pace bowlers.
majority of the athletes are/were from lower middle class families.If bcci is willing to train these athletes by offering them scholarships iam sure most of them will be interested in playing cricket

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RCB signs fast bowler Sandeep Warrier

http://www.royalchallengers.com/news...andeep-warrier

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Be very afraid. Kerala storm is coming to a stadium near you



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Be very afraid. Kerala storm is coming to a stadium near you



IMO, he needs to hit the gym
He needs to run a lot.
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Old 26th January 2013, 02:29
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He needs to run a lot.
Looking at his Chinese noodle arms, he will not last long if he does not build up some muscle strength.
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fast bowlers dont need muscles. brett lee is not a body building champion and he is probably the fastest in world.
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won't read too much into it until I see him play at international level, Deepak Chahar had a brilliant season last year but he is still in the frame.
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Looking at his Chinese noodle arms, he will not last long if he does not build up some muscle strength.
Not sure about this guy, but Mohammad Amir was 'skinny' and could crank it up.
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won't read too much into it until I see him play at international level, Deepak Chahar had a brilliant season last year but he is still in the frame.
Doesn't seem to like tacking wickets, has a pretty awful average in FC when you know that Vinay Kumar got 300 @ 25 the piece.

What happened to Pradeep Sangwan ? Thought he'll make it.

If you had to make a top 3 of the young/uncapped fast bowlers in India, would it look like

1 - Sandeep Warrier
2 - Siddharth Kaul
3 - Sandeep Sharma

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fast bowlers dont need muscles. brett lee is not a body building champion and he is probably the fastest in world.
This Kiddo have'nt seen Brett Lee...

Brett lee have one of the best Built bodies in crciket...
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i'm still waiting for Atul "100 MPH easily" Sharma......

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Stop calling these trundlers fast bowlers. You are insulting real fast bowlers from around the world by calling Indian trundlers fast bowler. Just accept it guys that Indian gene pool does not include fast bowling gene.
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Old 26th January 2013, 07:31
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Only bowlers though.
Batsmen too. Ex. Vinod Kambli, some say he had more talent than Sachin.
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I am sure India will produce a genuine fast bowler soon. There is not much difference in Pak vs. Indian genes when you compare the non-vegetarians. I think it is only a coincidence that India has not produced someone genuinely quick over the last few years while Pakistan has. It will change for sure. If you have followed cricket for long enough you will know that nothing lasts for ever and everything that goes up will eventually come down and what what is down will eventually go up.

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This Kiddo have'nt seen Brett Lee...

Brett lee have one of the best Built bodies in crciket...
he may have by pakistani standards. but not by our standards. if it was for muscles then everyone can hit the gym and bowl fast. it depends on how fast is revolution of arm and bowling action. bowling is not kushti
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Old 26th January 2013, 11:41
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Punjab and Kerala are two states in India which have produced the best athletes but they are not crazy about cricket. If someone does well from these two states, its just a matter of time before we see a bunch of others.
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true that.. P.T USHA AND Milkha singh the olympians. recently indian kabaddi team which is really a punjabi game requiring physical contact power and endurance beat pakistani team. sort of humiliated them. when was the last time pakistanis beated us in games which require physical stamina and power. gall karday ya.
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Old 26th January 2013, 14:13
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fast bowlers dont need muscles. brett lee is not a body building champion and he is probably the fastest in world.
Explain that to Indian Media and their hype of the next 100 mph bodybuilder.

We have seen Sami, Zahid (95 mph+) and Amir (150 kph+ at 17), so we know perfectly well one doesn't need that to bowl 100 mph like Akhtar.
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true that.. P.T USHA AND Milkha singh the olympians. recently indian kabaddi team which is really a punjabi game requiring physical contact power and endurance beat pakistani team. sort of humiliated them. when was the last time pakistanis beated us in games which require physical stamina and power. gall karday ya.
Didnt Pakistan beat Indian Kabadi team in Asia cup? Considering you guys have to chose between 1.3 billion people, its quite shamfull.
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Old 26th January 2013, 14:29
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Didnt Pakistan beat Indian Kabadi team in Asia cup? Considering you guys have to chose between 1.3 billion people, its quite shamfull.
Check out the number of medals in South Asian games or Commonwealth games or Asian games that India win and Pakistan win. Its chalk and cheese.
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Old 26th January 2013, 14:30
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Punjab and Kerala are two states in India which have produced the best athletes but they are not crazy about cricket. If someone does well from these two states, its just a matter of time before we see a bunch of others.
Give me a break, cricket still is by far the must popular in those states. Popularity excuse doesnt work in case of India.
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Old 26th January 2013, 14:32
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This is the medals tally from 2010 South Asian Games



India 90 Gold, 55 Silver, 30 Bronze, 175 Total medals.
Pakistan 19 Gold, 25 Silver, 36 Bronze, 80 Total
BD 18 Gold, 23 Silver, 56 Bronze, 97 Total
Sri Lanka 16 Gold, 35 Silver, 54 Bronze, 105 Total

Bangladesh and SL which are much smaller countries than Pak have done just as well as you have.

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Old 26th January 2013, 14:38
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You're doing them a favour by trying to explain their lack of fastbowlers and how it applies to their next big hype but, fine, you may not have had any fast bowler that averages -28 and has bowled in excess of 140 kph over 2 year, but this guy, I'm sure he's the next Akhtar because you and us have the same physique.

Worth noting that mohammad is saying muscles don't intervene in fb but at the same type defending his country's olympic performances, and that this guy comes from a state that's named after a vegetable. Good luck bowling fast

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Old 26th January 2013, 14:41
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Medals tally from Commonwealth Games 2010

Australia 74 Gold, 55 Silver, 48 Bronze, 177 Total
India 38 Gold, 27 Silver, 36 Bronze, 101 Total
England 37 Gold, 59 Silver, 46 Bronze, 142 Total

Pakistan is nowhere in the top 10. They won 2 Gold, 1 Silver, 2 Bronze, 5 Total. Rank 17 So much for non vegetarian, phassht bowling nation.

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Old 26th January 2013, 14:42
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Any bowling clip ?



Doesn't seem to like tacking wickets, has a pretty awful average in FC when you know that Vinay Kumar got 300 @ 25 the piece.

What happened to Pradeep Sangwan ? Thought he'll make it.

If you had to make a top 3 of the young/uncapped fast bowlers in India, would it look like

1 - Sandeep Warrier
2 - Siddharth Kaul
3 - Sandeep Sharma

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Instead of Sandeep sharma i would have ankit rajpoot,that guy has a bowling average of 18!!bowls 140+
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Old 26th January 2013, 15:15
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Didnt Pakistan beat Indian Kabadi team in Asia cup? Considering you guys have to chose between 1.3 billion people, its quite shamfull.
pakistanis cheated in that asia cup held in pakistan and indian team walked out. by the thats the only time you won. other than that indian team crushed pakistani team in three world cups. indian team is all punjabi lads. its shame for pakistanis they selected out of h 14 crore pakistani people but got beaten by 3 crore punjabi indians as long form of kabaddi is only played in indian punjab.
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Old 26th January 2013, 15:22
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KOCHI: Life is moving in the fast lane for Kerala speedster Sandeep Warrier. Just two months after he made his Ranji Trophy debut for Kerala, the 21-year old has earned a call from IPL franchisee Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) to join them for the upcoming season of IPL. And what is more exciting for Sandeep is the fact that his name was proposed to the management by none other than Indian team vice-captain and RCB's lynchpin Virat Kohli.

"My only target when I made my Ranji Trophy debut was to pick some wickets for Kerala. I am glad that I did that. But being called to the Team India nets after Ranji matches and now being signed by IPL side RCB was something beyond my wildest dreams," said an elated Sandeep.

Sandeep's impressive show with the ball in the Ranji season, where he picked up 24 wickets from his five matches, saw him being summoned to the Team India nets before the ODI against England in Kochi last Tuesday.

The lanky pacer from Thrissur made quite an impression in the nets a day before the ODI in Kochi and the person who was most impressed by Sandeep's work ethics was Virat Kohli. And it took Kohli only a week to prevail upon the RCB management to have Sandeep in their team.

"Sandeep's name was proposed to us by Virat. He spoke to us and told that the Kerala pacer was an exciting prospect. With a player like Virat proposing his name, all we did was watch some videos of Sandeep's bowling before deciding to offer him a contract," said a top official of RCB, who didn't wish to be named.

It's learnt that Kolkata Knight Riders skipper Gautam Gambhir and Sandeep's Kerala teammate S Sreesanth, who plays for Rajasthan Royals in IPL, were also keen to have the pacer in their respective squads. But with Kohli moving swiftly, Sandeep decided to sign for Vijay Mallya's side.

And the man who Sandeep credits for his dramatic rise is his coach K Ram Mohan. "I don't think I would have reached the level where I have reached now without his help and guidance. He is the one who has nurtured me and made me believe in my abilities. The Kerala Cricket Association too has offered me great support," added Sandeep.

On the other hand, Ram Mohan believes Sandeep has the potential to play for India. "I want to see him play for India. And this is a big step in that direction. I hope he gets to play for RCB and proves his worth," said an excited coach.

Sandeep won't be the lone Keralite in the RCB squad. Pacer Prasanth Parameshwaran, who joined the side on a one-year contract midway through the last IPL season, has been given a contract extension by RCB.

http://articles.timesofindia.indiati...andeep-warrier
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Old 26th January 2013, 15:23
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Why hype him ? Let him eat more krela's btw i hate krela
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Old 26th January 2013, 15:26
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Give me a break, cricket still is by far the must popular in those states. Popularity excuse doesnt work in case of India.
nopes in case of punjab kabaddi is way more popular. as of late 90s not many played cricket but now even people in pind are playing cricket all due to live telecast of matches.
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Old 26th January 2013, 15:39
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Any bowling clip ?



Doesn't seem to like tacking wickets, has a pretty awful average in FC when you know that Vinay Kumar got 300 @ 25 the piece.

What happened to Pradeep Sangwan ? Thought he'll make it.

If you had to make a top 3 of the young/uncapped fast bowlers in India, would it look like

1 - Sandeep Warrier
2 - Siddharth Kaul
3 - Sandeep Sharma

?
Cricinfo says he is medium pace. Not even Medium Fast.
Looks like another Praveen Kumar.

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Old 26th January 2013, 15:44
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Why hype him ? Let him eat more krela's btw i hate krela
Karela Keema is delicious.
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Old 26th January 2013, 15:54
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Someone is always lying when they claim that an upcoming new fast bowler can swing the new ball both ways. I have heard this claim so many times before from even our own Pakistani young bowling prospects only to find out that they can either swing the ball one way or not at all.

Anyway good luck to the young man and hopefully he will give cricket fans plenty of excitement in the future.
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Old 26th January 2013, 16:18
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Cricinfo says he is medium pace. Not even Medium Fast.
Looks like another Praveen Kumar.

he clocked 135+ regularly in S/F v Saurashtra and touched 140 several times too
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Old 26th January 2013, 16:25
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Goddamn, for the last time pace is not really the most important thing to pick wickets.

You can bowl 150+ but if you spray the ball all over the place, you cant get Chris Martin out. What's important is to be able to bowl a lively pace, 135+(140+ is even better), move the ball both ways, get good bounce and hit the right areas.

Look at Kulasekara or Philander. They bowl barely 130 but when its swinging, they are kings.

There will always be a bunch of snot nosed kids who get orgasms looking at the speedometer and beat their chests about producing phasssht bowlers but it doesnt mean jack if they cant pick wickets and win matches.

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Old 26th January 2013, 16:29
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There is one similarity between Indian and Pakistani posters that Indians do not waste any time before posting about a quick bowler who has just bowled one pacy spell in his first season and Pakistanis do not waste any time in posting about an opener who scores his first century even in his very first games....

Now who is better in Pakistan Openers vs Indian Pacers....

I would go with Pakistan openers ...
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Old 26th January 2013, 16:30
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true that.. P.T USHA AND Milkha singh the olympians. recently indian kabaddi team which is really a punjabi game requiring physical contact power and endurance beat pakistani team. sort of humiliated them. when was the last time pakistanis beated us in games which require physical stamina and power. gall karday ya.
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1.pakistanis cheated in that asia cup held in pakistan and indian team walked out. by the thats the only time you won. other than that indian team crushed pakistani team in three world cups. 2. indian team is all punjabi lads. 3.its shame for pakistanis they selected out of h 14 crore pakistani people but got beaten by 3 crore punjabi indians as long form of kabaddi is only played in indian punjab.
1.any times india is about to loose they walk out..they did it very recently in hockey vs pakistan ...or if its held in india the indian crowd makes the opponents walk out by throwing stuff at them

2. its all "evil "ISIs " fault ..blame it on them

3. same can be applied to indian cricket team ...with a population of over a billion u have such a poor record vs pakistan whos population is just 14 crore...even in ur golden decade and pakistans worst decade we lead u guys 24- 21
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Old 26th January 2013, 16:31
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he clocked 135+ regularly in S/F v Saurashtra and touched 140 several times too


So,this is what you have to show us...
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Old 26th January 2013, 16:37
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So,this is what you have to show us...
what?I was correcting the post I quoted which said he was PK type trundler

though I'd have PK over Sami anyday
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