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Discussion in 'Cricket Discussion' started by MattW, Jan 6, 2015.
If they were performing better they deserve the praise. ( In my calm voice).
You got it
Yeah , when our players are performing too bad , then the other team needs to be appreciated more than ours .......
There is nothing like your player my player, your country my country..
It's not that players fault that he has talent.. And he deserves to be respected.. Doesn't matter whether he belongs to India, Australia, South Africa, or even Pakistan.
We should respect the game & player if he is good enough to get praised..
Before making that comment I was sure that I will face some comments from members like you..
There are few more who are eagerly waiting to point out something wrong in my comment...
Who cares ?? .... Ignore !!!
O.o Any story about Dhoni , Hmm ?
I don't know why Faizk told - your Dhoni comment was expected too from your side
[QUOTE="Saroj padhy, post: 3128224, member: 158113" Ignore !!![/QUOTE]
Well you're already on the list!
BigB and MSD shared their views - right or wrong doesn't matter because this is their opinion. If this is what led to BCCI kicking out Harsha, then the blame should be on BCCI completely and not BigB/MSD.
I personally do not agree with BigB's views on this and fully agree with Bhogle's response to that tweet. An international broadcast needs to be neutral and present a complete picture of the game, not a skewed one. If NZ is performing better than India, then that is that. NZ should get praise and Indian players should be criticized for a poor show.
Was Virat Kohli behind Harsha Bhogle's exit from commentary team?
Now comes another chapter in the story Kohli and Vijay - if this is the reason then Harsha is clearly a victim of being a non cricketer commentator. I did read somewhere that he also had a tussle with the Nagpur curator after the Ind - Nz match in last years wt20.
Harsha Bhogle Finally Opens up About His Last-Minute IPL Sacking – NDTV Sports
Read a lot on this. There is actually no proof whatsoever on what actually happened. The only thing to go on is that once upon a time there were "reports" that some senior players were unhappy with Harsha's comments. And those two tweets from BigB and MSD.
Who were those senior players? How influential were they in making BCCI fire someone from the commentary team? Why would BCCI listen to Amitabh Bachchan ? All plain guess work and recycled journalism from the media
Clearly BCCI is the issue. Bringing in players and Amitabh Bachchan seems to be all random guessing
Cricket fans, specially Indian fans are the worst treated sports audience in the world. I have been following F1 from 1994, and forums complain day and night about things which are at least 20-30 years away from Cricket. The TV coverage is un-biased and absolutely brilliant, yet there is an effort every year to improve. Drivers can complain all they want, a journalist reserves the right to ask whatever he wants.
Amitabh Bachchan may be a legend in the movies but he should shut up about cricket.
For me, Bhogle is the Benaud of Indian cricket commentary.
Why should he shut up about cricket ? As a fan and a cricket follower, he has as much right to talk about cricket as you or me.
And Bhogle actually is one of the good ones out there. Otherwise, I have no sympathy for most of the journos who push the limits of their rights "to ask whatever they want". And at the same time sell out their "ideals" when it comes to interviewing big personalities who intimidate them and their livelihood. Case in point, Arnab Goswami who would go berserk everyday on his news show and turned into a scaredy cat, sticking to the "script" when he got that exclusive interview with Mr. Modi.
He should shut up because unlike you or me, he is in a privileged position where his opinion holds more weight than yours or mine although we both might know or understand cricket more than him. I'm not talking about 'journalism' in general, I'm talking about the broadcast dished out to us in cricket matches. It's mundane, repetitive and outright boring. There's no attempt to be real or honest because they're so petrified of the BCCI. There is NOTHING, absolutely NOTHING, Gavaskar/Shastri bring to the table other than licking the BCCI rear end. Gavaskar I would say is outright atrocious. If anyone has followed my posts around here, they'd know I absolutely loathed Manjerekar but he has improved A LOT. Players should have 0 say in who broadcasts coverage to us. If a journalist feels like asking a ViJAY OR a KOHLI something related to the cricket, they should have full freedom to do it.