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India's Tour to South Africa, 2013

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this is a ****ing joke. **** you bcci. 3 tests 5 ODIs 2 T20s. That is ideal considering we have to travel to Nz
we are terrible starters too and are bound to play badly in the first test,the series will be over before it began if we lose the first test.

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What are you so proud about? If anything I am ashamed that my country's cricket board is represented by Srinivasan' date=' Pawar and the rest of these people. The extent of this bullying is sickening and then we wonder why India is the most hated cricket team on the planet.[/quote'] sad state of affairs in our sports :((

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What the?? 2 tests - yeah lets play belgaum vs. nagpur and see who hits a 30 off 20 or ooohhh maybe will get to see dan christian in action saakshat mein :pray:

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What the?? 2 tests - yeah lets play belgaum vs. nagpur and see who hits a 30 off 20 or ooohhh maybe will get to see dan christian in action saakshat mein :pray:
:hysterical: good one. @cowboy fully agree. We have slow starters and 3 tests would be ideal

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:hysterical: good one. @cowboy fully agree. We have slow starters and 3 tests would be ideal
Yes I mean you cant play a 2 test match away series vs SA might as well put the half eaten candy bar back in the fridge goodness whats next.

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SA tour will set the standards for this Indian team: Kohli http://www.cricbuzz.com/cricket-news/58774/sa-tour-will-set-the-standards-for-this-indian-team-kohli Amid the cloud of uncertainty that hovers over India's tour of South Africa, batting mainstay Virat Kohli on Tuesday said the upcoming rubber is important as it will "set the standards for this young" national cricket team. BCCI and Cricket South Africa have been at loggerheads since the latter appointed Haroon Lorgat as its CEO. Lorgat's differences with the BCCI were well known since the time the South African was the CEO of the ICC when he locked horns with the Indian board president Srinivasan on a number of issues, including the use of the controversial Decision Review System. "South Africa tour is something we are looking forward to. The tour will set the standards of this team, we have got a young team. We are hoping to get a few games there, I can't say more than that," Kohli said. Though a consensus is still awaited on the much-awaited tour, an optimistic Kohli said the team "should be well prepared". The 24-year-old batting star, who has already amassed over 4500 runs in ODIs and is seen as India's future captain, said he was looking forward to a good start to the season, which will kick off with the seven-match ODIs series against Australia. "We are excited and hope to have a good start to the season. Australia has always been a strong side and we can't take them lightly (whether they are with or without regular skipper Michael Clarke or not)," he said during a promotional event for Herbalife, a company that sells nutrition weight management and skin care products. As far as Yuvraj Singh's comeback to the side was concerned, Kohli said, "I never had any doubt that Yuvraj would come back to the national team. He has always been a great player. I am really happy for him but more than that, what I liked most was that he had gone to France for (fitness) training. I am glad that he has done that, he had no contact with others, and you will see that on the field." Kohli said he was looking forward to be a part of Sachin Tendulkar's 200th Test match. "Sachin has achieved one success after another. There can be no bigger achievement than playing in the 200th Test. We all are looking forward to that." Kohli, who walked into the press conference one and half hour late due to an occasion at home, said he has proved with his performances on the field that he is not all about "funky clothes". "They thought that I am brash as I have tattoos and used gel. But people didn't see my potential. I have worked hard and over a period of time, by doing some serious on-field stuff, have proved that I am not all about funky clothes".

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Look, posts like these derail and spread rumours about players etc. Everything in the article is perfectly well said by Kohli, but someone wants to find some error in it always even though there isn't one.
Look you might get impressed because Kohli decides to interview when no cricket is going on. I'm not. His test was in Australia when the crowd was booing him. What did he do? He turned his back and showed the middle finger like a pussy. I'm not impressed till I see more. I'm not gonna easily forget the ass beating India had in Australia just because the spoiled brat decides to give an interview. :nono:

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Look you might get impressed because Kohli decides to interview when no cricket is going on. I'm not. His test was in Australia when the crowd was booing him. What did he do? He turned his back and showed the middle finger like a pussy. I'm not impressed till I see more. I'm not gonna easily forget the ass beating India had in Australia just because the spoiled brat decides to give an interview. :nono:
Kohli is perfectly entitled to give an interview whenever he wants to. Just because he acted immaturely in a series two years ago doesn't mean he's the same person anymore, people mature with time.

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Look you might get impressed because Kohli decides to interview when no cricket is going on. I'm not. His test was in Australia when the crowd was booing him. What did he do? He turned his back and showed the middle finger like a pussy. I'm not impressed till I see more. I'm not gonna easily forget the ass beating India had in Australia just because the spoiled brat decides to give an interview. :nono:
Does not matter, he still he outscored Bhagwan playing his first first ever series in Australia.

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Look you might get impressed because Kohli decides to interview when no cricket is going on. I'm not. His test was in Australia when the crowd was booing him. What did he do? He turned his back and showed the middle finger like a pussy. I'm not impressed till I see more. I'm not gonna easily forget the ass beating India had in Australia just because the spoiled brat decides to give an interview. :nono:
I see you've switched to trolling :kxip: now :giggle: Go back to trolling Chepu! :bigboss:

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Look you might get impressed because Kohli decides to interview when no cricket is going on. I'm not. His test was in Australia when the crowd was booing him. What did he do? He turned his back and showed the middle finger like a pussy. I'm not impressed till I see more. I'm not gonna easily forget the ass beating India had in Australia just because the spoiled brat decides to give an interview. :nono:
Don't totally disagree but how does showing the finger back make him a pussy? :--D

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People come out and start attacking players that they gave interview as if it's some big crime. Every player now and then gives an odd interview or perhaps plenty, it's just that one you become a big popular player, every little interview or talk with a media guy gets encrypted into a big massive article on websites. It's not players fault.

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Of course not. Kohli is a saint. He can do no wrong. I'm sorry. I shouldn't have said such horrible things about delhi ka puttar. Give me a break. The guy's a douche. Wonder how his attitude will effect him when he's out of form.
Kya hua. I am just saying that why you guy guys come out and start criticizing people for nothing. Did say anythign anti something. He just tried to show his support for South Africa series. Matlab woh bhi karna galat hai. Toh bhai what's good to do? Itna perfectionist toh bhagwan bhi nahi hai. On other hand, when these guys chose not to give interview when they have been approached in public, you same people might call them "arrogant, think of himself something big, etc"

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What's good to do? Shut his mouth and let his bat do the talking and don't pay any attention to the idiots in the crowd.
And he's been doing that for a while. You don't have to shut your mouth. It's their own business. We can't have a say on that unless they are not performing well. When you go into every series as one of India's top batsman, then you shouldn't worry about speaking your mind.

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I never said you shouldn't speak your mind.
Then your this comment doesn't really make sense. " SA tour se pehle bhonke ka shuru" He is not going guns and talking about how we will try to dominate Amla and co etc. He is not saying that they will do great and bla bla. He said simply it can improve them and set standards for future if they get to play in south africa.

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Kya hua. I am just saying that why you guy guys come out and start criticizing people for nothing. Did say anythign anti something. He just tried to show his support for South Africa series. Matlab woh bhi karna galat hai. Toh bhai what's good to do? Itna perfectionist toh bhagwan bhi nahi hai. On other hand, when these guys chose not to give interview when they have been approached in public, you same people might call them "arrogant, think of himself something big, etc"
woh berserk mode meh hain. He even called SRT a fixer.

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2 tests and 3 ODIs in South Africa - Dates and Venues announced 1st ODI: December 5 in Johannesburg 2nd ODI: December 8 in Durban 3rd ODI: December 11 in Centurion Two-day tour match: December 14-15 vs. SA Invitation XI in Benoni 1st Test: December 18-22 in Johannesburg 2nd Test: December 26-30 in Durban

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