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The most consistent team of IPL -- Chennai Super Kings -- Discussion thread 2013

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True that. We wouldn't have had a AVKC full of attention seeking kids if that was the case.
LOL. You give us the most attention by whining on our thread. The whiners have filled up half the pages of that thread. And stick to being Sidhobi. Don't have to be a Chokoholic as well; otherwise Dhobi might accuse you of infidelity.

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LOL. You give us the most attention by whining on our thread. The whiners have filled up half the pages of that thread. And stick to being Sidhobi. Don't have to be a Chokoholic as well; otherwise Dhobi might accuse you of infidelity.
1. I don't post there regularly or even if I do, most of the times it is when Kohli owns you guys. 2. Isn't that all what you want? Attention?

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1. I don't post there regularly or even if I do, most of the times it is when Kohli owns you guys. 2. Isn't that all what you want? Attention?
a) True that. You don't post - you just put up your standard :whine: and :mama: b) Kohli owns us ... haha ... has crossed 50 thrice in the 12 knocks he has played since the beginning of AVKC. c) You call yourself 'Sidhobi' for attention. We are just there to bring in some fair criticism for his performances. You're simply jealous of the attention that AVKC gets, and that's why you whine continuously. :finger: P.S. If you were not an attention seeker, you would not have run pillar to post trying to become the mascot of CSK.

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a) True that. You don't post - you just put up your standard :whine: and :mama: b) Kohli owns us ... haha ... has crossed 50 thrice in the 12 knocks he has played since the beginning of AVKC. c) You call yourself 'Sidhobi' for attention. We are just there to bring in some fair criticism for his performances. You're simply jealous of the attention that AVKC gets, and that's why you whine continuously. :finger: P.S. If you were not an attention seeker, you would not have run pillar to post trying to become the mascot of CSK.
a) I never did that. :finger: b) Yes he does because he has a life unlike his scumbag haters who hate him for no apparent reason. Maybe jealous of where he is today. c) I never called myself "Sidhobi". And I have never seen fair criticism in that thread. All I see is kids preaching about how India has done well since this club was created so AVKC is the greatest thing to happen to Indian cricket. P.S : how is being a mascot = attention seeker? If anything you are seeking attention by showing fake support towards CSK.

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Same bowling lie up which has won 2 editions and reached play offs every time
yea last year we saw how good this bowling line up is. last year they reach till final because of batting and some good luck not because of bowling. i think csk dont have a good quick bowler like malinga, steyn or morne but who knows what trick that magic man (dhoni) may do again :winky:

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a) I never did that. :finger: b) Yes he does because he has a life unlike his scumbag haters who hate him for no apparent reason. Maybe jealous of where he is today. c) I never called myself "Sidhobi". And I have never seen fair criticism in that thread. All I see is kids preaching about how India has done well since this club was created so AVKC is the greatest thing to happen to Indian cricket. P.S : how is being a mascot = attention seeker? If anything you are seeking attention by showing fake support towards CSK.
Yes, fapping to Dhobi 48/7 makes Sidhobi a great patriot and a mature man :finger: Why do you wanna be a Chennai mascot when you have nothing to do with Chennai? :hmmm:

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Because I am a Dhoni fan and hence I am a CSK fan :dontknow: Are only people living in Chennai allowed to support CSK?
It is simply because your support to CSK is conditional. You are simply a Dhobi lover, not a real CSK fan. A real fan is one who supports a team through thick and thin, irrespective of form and the churn of players. Hypothetically, if Dhobi leaves CSK next year and opens up his dukaan elsewhere, you will show your posterior to CSK and stand in front of that franchise with a jhanda claiming to be their mascot. So, you yourself know that you are no hardcore fan of CSK.

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It is simply because your support to CSK is conditional. You are simply a Dhobi lover, not a real CSK fan. A real fan is one who supports a team through thick and thin, irrespective of form and the churn of players. Hypothetically, if Dhobi leaves CSK next year and opens up his dukaan elsewhere, you will show your posterior to CSK and stand in front of that franchise with a jhanda claiming to be their mascot. So, you yourself know that you are no hardcore fan of CSK.
I don't think Dhoni will leave this team and so for now I am a hardcore CSK fan. I do support them through thick and thin, even when Dhoni is not playing. Though if he does go to any other team, I will start supporting that team. P.S : It would be better if you talk nicely and don't call out names like "Dhobi" or "lover". Thanks.

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I don't think Dhoni will leave this team and so for now I am a hardcore CSK fan. I do support them through thick and thin, even when Dhoni is not playing. Though if he does go to any other team, I will start supporting that team. P.S : It would be better if you talk nicely and don't call out names like "Dhobi" or "lover". Thanks.
Good that you acknowledged that you are a CSK fan 'just for the time being'. :good: Regarding 'lover' and 'Dhobi', do you show such discretion when you call people 'jealous haters' etc etc?

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Good that you acknowledged that you are a CSK fan 'just for the time being'. :good: Regarding 'lover' and 'Dhobi', do you show such discretion when you call people 'jealous haters' etc etc?
Add a hardcore there! Hardcore CSK fan for the time being. :smile: But doesn't it make sense to call someone a hater if they have confessed to it themselves. There are few people here who have confessed that they hate x or y, so how is it unfair to label them as haters?

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Add a hardcore there! Hardcore CSK fan for the time being. :smile: But doesn't it make sense to call someone a hater if they have confessed to it themselves. There are few people here who have confessed that they hate x or y, so how is it unfair to label them as haters?
On a similar note, if your love for Dhobi knows no bounds, I can call you a 'lover'. The opposite of a hater. By the way, till now you have only labelled some critics as 'haters'. Hate is too strong a word to be attributed towards anyone. P.S. I didn't invent the word 'Dhobi', neither is there anything derogatory about it. Even cricinfo calls him 'Dhobi'. :giggle:

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On a similar note, if your love for Dhobi knows no bounds, I can call you a 'lover'. The opposite of a hater. By the way, till now you have only labelled some critics as 'haters'. Hate is too strong a word to be attributed towards anyone. P.S. I didn't invent the word 'Dhobi', neither is there anything derogatory about it. Even cricinfo calls him 'Dhobi'. :giggle:
I guess fan would be a better word. Lover makes it sounds cheesy and awkward. C'mon that was just a typo!

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I guess fan would be a better word. Lover makes it sounds cheesy and awkward. C'mon that was just a typo!
You use 'critic', I use 'fan'. No issues! :winky: Cricinfo never corrected the typo either ;-)

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Alright. But problem with critic is they need not be negative always. Unfortunately that is the case here on ICF. They did!
Fanboys and critics would be in different poles. You should live with that.

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I just love it here, says Hussey March 30, 2013 , By S. Dinakar | 3 comments The friendly but feisty Michael Hussey is still fresh-faced and fighting fit. Fans continue to swarm this popular Aussie. “It is wonderful to be back in Chennai to renew friendships,” said the 37-year-old Hussey even as he extended a warm handshake. There is this unmistakable genuineness about the man who has retired from international cricket to spend more time with his “young family.” Given his ability to adapt — he has 6235 runs in 79 Tests at 51.52, 5442 in 185 ODIs at 48.15 and 2369 in 88 T20 matches at 38.33 — it is not surprising that Hussey is an asset for Chennai Super Kings (CSK). He possesses the rare ability to get his runs in a hurry even while providing stability to the line-up. A shame Hussey did not shy away from tough questions when he spoke to The Hindu here on Friday. Queried about the absence of the Sri Lankan cricketers for the matches in Chennai, Hussey replied, “It’s a shame. The Sri Lankan players have nothing to do with what happened or not. The Sri Lankan players, like the others, just love playing the game. CSK itself will be without Nuwan Kulasekara, who I believe, is an extremely useful bowler in these conditions.” Predictably, the conversation moved to the plight of the Australian team. What was his take on the dropping of four players for the third Test in Mohali? Hussey said: “I think the decision should have been kept behind closed doors. The players could have been punished differently. Like lapping the ground till it really hurt, or having to pay a fine. I think all the publicity the move got ahead of a crucial Test proved a distraction to the players. It was not good for the morale, or the spirit of the team. It should have been handled differently.” Did he feel Michael Clarke’s men did not display the typical Aussie on-field aggression for most part of the series? “When the players are unsure of their places in the team, just trying to settle into the side’s culture, it is hard to show that kind of aggression,” Hussey said. He was willing to give time to the young batsmen in the side, though. “When the ball turns and you are new to the conditions in India, you do not know which delivery has your name on it. That is why you need to kick on after starts. I must say I was disappointed by some of the shot selection. It was hard for me to watch the Australian team beaten in this fashion.” Hussey, however, has good words about Michael Clarke’s captaincy. “He is clear about what he wants and the direction in which he wants to take his team. This is important for a leader. But, filling the shoes of a giant like Ricky Ponting is never going to be easy.” He conceded, though, that Australia could face a tough time finding replacements for the legends. “People ask me about Shane Warne’s successor, but how are you going to do that? Somebody like Warnie comes once in a lifetime.” Keeping in touch Hussey revealed that he was in touch with his CSK teammates in the Indian team during the Test series. “I told them I wanted them to do well personally but Australia to win matches. But, the Australians lost every match! I think Dhoni’s double hundred was a series-defining innings when the first Test was in the balance. It hurt the Australian side psychologically.” He talked about the potential in Ravindra Jadeja, the maturing of Ravichandran Ashwin in the last one year and the stunning comeback of Murali Vijay. “Vijay, actually, just needed an opening. I love watching him bat,” Hussey said. “I want to be a part of CSK as a player or in whatever role for the next two or three years at least. I just love it here,” said Hussey.
:yay::yay::yay:

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