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sreesanth: could bcci have reacted differently...?

by straight point

i think bcci were left with no option but to warn sreesanth once the referee wrote some scathing remarks in his report... it was easier for them too... anything written with sreesanth's name in it is reason enough to go out of the way to discipline him... tomorrow you may see him punished for sniffing close to his team mates... for deliberately spraying swine flu virus... but that's another matter...

has bcci reacted too harshly or is there another angle to it...?

it can be that he is on the verge of team india selection and the bcci wants to make sree aware of any fallouts if he goes astray again... otherwise why would they care...?

i won't be surprised if he plays for india again as early as the australia odi series... given the team's pace problems, the warning can just be a timely rap on the knuckles to get his act together to become 'acceptable'...

now if only sree can take the cue... and behave a bit... there is another chance... another opportunity... to be grabbed with both hands... to bring his career back on track...

2 comments:

Chandler said...

the thing is how long he would be saintsanth ? Some runs taken off him by the Aussies, yes its Aussies despite no Symmo and Haydos and he would be Roguesanth once more....

He has made himself land to this position. Such a pity for a bowler like him who made a promising start in SA'06.

The Chocolatecream Soldier said...

Why the fuck does anybody care if he can bowl well? Shouldn't it be the sole criterion for picking him? Harbhajan seems to dish out trash with his arm and his mouth and his place is as secure as it has ever been.