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manjunath ct
I support your analysis
by manjunath ct on Jun 15, 2007 10:38 PM

Dear prem, i support and endorse your analysis and article.We should back such type of genius players or performers irrespective of whatever the field they are in.It is easy said than done,so before making any statementit is impt to oneself to be matured as for as the issue is concerned.In my opinion sachin should continue. All our support is there for him and there is lot of cricket left in him.


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Nadar chandran
Sachin should use his talent
by Nadar chandran on Jun 14, 2007 04:33 PM

Sachin is very old so he should take retirement from cricket and start coaching Indian Cricket team. He might be old and cannot play cricket but he still can teach cricket to Indian cricket team and iam sure he will be good coach for Indian team

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my sachin
by jatin on Jun 14, 2007 03:40 PM

yes deffinetally sachin is genius and he is the best always.

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joji babu
God of Cricketers...
by joji babu on Jun 11, 2007 04:40 PM  | Hide replies

Joji Babu,India,Ap,Salur...

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Vittal Biradar
RE:God of Cricketers...
by Vittal Biradar on Jun 11, 2007 08:59 PM
Your are absolutely right.

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sivam sundaram
sachine Tendulkar
by sivam sundaram on Jun 06, 2007 06:41 PM

it will be better for te people who considers Mr. sachine as their God not to compare him with freedom fighters.Freedom fighters did not take money for their duty. But sachine despite his long stint of por form has refused to leave the space for young players rather he has played politics in making the coach scapegoat for the failure of his . No, Sachine is more hungry for money than the interse of the Indian Cricket. It is time for him to bid adieu. He should learn to read writing on the wall instead of waiting someone to tell to about the exit.

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atif patait
In batting pitches only...
by atif patait on Jun 05, 2007 11:18 AM  | Hide replies

They made scores in batting pitches only.. not pitches like Africa, Aust... any one can make century any indian pitches.... but why you r seeing about records.. see win percentage... Aus.. is not played for themself...

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indian Indian
RE:In batting pitches only...
by indian Indian on Jun 13, 2007 11:04 AM
Perhaps you are not aware that tendulkar has scored the most number of centuries against australia. If i am not wrong he has scored 7, the highest for himself against any nation. Incase you say he dosent play well on subcontinent pitches, let me give you the eveidence that he has scored 7 centuries against sri lanka. The centuries mention are only from one form of the game and that too in ODIs.

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atif patait
Just i want answer
by atif patait on Jun 05, 2007 11:12 AM  | Hide replies

what do you want tell me?? whether team should win or player should make a record.... then our players r making only records not playing for thier country... our may record exp players r there... then still our ranking is below???? we dont want records man ... we want a team a like a Aust....

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Crick fan
RE:Just i want answer
by Crick fan on Jun 09, 2007 04:55 AM
Yes people like Sachin have glittering records, whre as team is down in dust.

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Sachin is still great.....albeit, a little slower, yet wiser!
by ALIRIO SALDANHA on Jun 02, 2007 04:18 AM

I was one of the bashers of Sachs, until I read the stats.

Well, you'll got it all to the T.

And understandably so, how can this guy be the same, like he was - say 10 years ago. And the team depends on him as an anchor, yet he goes for his shots.

I think that India's current and recent past 'survival' has been mainly centred around Dravid and Sachin. How many times has Dravid come to the rescue with his "The Wall" role? Times and again.

As for the rest of the team, most of the players play in patches, yoyo, up and down. There is no consistency.

India will need Sachin for sometime more, until they can find some more stable players who can 'remain'in the team permenantly. Even Shewag has been yoyo for a long time now.

Tendulkar has been one of the best bets for the team for a long time, and health and fitness permitting, should go on for a long time more.

All the best Sachin,

AL in Australia

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pravin parab
Leave Tendulkar alone
by pravin parab on May 28, 2007 01:15 PM

Mr.Prem Sanjay Vuthandam ,

your article is to good and i hope after reading the same the critcs of Sachin stop critising ,
while repling your columns the Bangladesh tour is over and our hero ( Sachin ) was the man of the series ( scoring two centuries which include one inning not out , taking couple of wicktes and catchs )
his critics ( mostly media ) should shut their mouth against sachine

the form can go ( which never gone after reading the statitcs of your columns ) but clss never ends

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Yes rightly said to leave him alone
by Siva on May 23, 2007 02:09 AM  | Hide replies

Yes...leave him alone... Don't put him back into the Indian team ;)

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RE:Yes rightly said to leave him alone
by clyde on May 24, 2007 01:23 PM
you are absolutely right. tendulkar is one of the greatest players. you can't expect him to score a century in all his matches. he surely has atleast three to four years of cricket in him.

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