Thursday, April 20, 2006

There is no hope

Came across this on Prem Panicker's blog - Salim Malik has been left out of a Pakistan veterans' side, while Mohammed Azharuddin will proudly step into the field as the skipper of the visiting Indian side! A side that also features, as Panicker notes, Manoj Prabhakar, no less. Oh well, I guess everything is hunky dory once again, all forgotten and forgiven in the Easter spirit. Pigs can fly. Meanwhile, Indian cricket continues to be ground to dust by all and sundry. Have they no shame at all?

2 Comments:

Blogger Amit Panhale said...

The same can be said abt ajay jadeja..who merrily air's his opnion on some popular cricket talk shows and he infact even played a tour match against the england team recently

8:28 AM  
Blogger Gameboys said...

You're right, Amit. It is difficult to resist the urge to smash the TV at such times. I lost a lot of respect for Kapil Dev the way he backed Jadeja just because he knew him personally. Somehow, these people have found a way to get back into the game, and they have never even apologised.
- NK

8:54 AM  

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