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vin nel
Chuker's - Chuk De!
by vin nel on Apr 03, 2011 07:45 PM

The Finest Chucker Spinner and probably the 'Match-Fixing Kingpin' of Srilankan Cricket team has at last retired after amassing Crores. No doubt Mumbai shall be his first choice to settle as he has to be with TARANNUM - THE BAR DANCER, and also be with the ICC fixers Pawar-Dawood gang & all the Indian cricket Idols who are all knee-deep involved in the Multi-crore betting racket!

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wizardo id
murli is the best
by wizardo id on Jul 23, 2010 04:24 PM  | Hide replies

kudos to a successful career!

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Srinu Kumar
Re: murli is the best
by Srinu Kumar on Aug 06, 2010 01:45 PM
West Fellow

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Domnic Fernandes
congrats murli
by Domnic Fernandes on Jul 23, 2010 11:38 AM

congrats murli you deserve it

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kishore tendolkar
Our 4 great spinners
by kishore tendolkar on Jul 23, 2010 11:09 AM

Our Bedi, Chandra, Prasanna & Venkat have more than 850 total wickets in test; atleast 3 of them were playing together in tests; if any one of these 4 greats would have born 30 years later & playing alone image how many wickets he must have taken; please note that none of these greats were chuckers; murali had no one to share opponents wickets & most of his wickets were of tail enders ;

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tabbasum khan
Congrats Murli
by tabbasum khan on Jul 23, 2010 10:59 AM  | Hide replies

For retiring from Test cricket.At least test cricket will be now without any CHUCKER.Ur retirement gave a big relief and fresh lease of life to test cricket.U will always be regarded as LEGENDARY CHUCKER.Congrats

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david atton
Re: Congrats Murli
by david atton on Jul 24, 2010 03:27 PM
yap..be jealous.
loosers who are good at nothing do only that.

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guru srivastava
by guru srivastava on Jul 23, 2010 10:50 AM  | Hide replies

theres is only one frustrated bedi who is critical and jealous of murli. infact he is critical of all a sedist fellow

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kishore tendolkar
Re: great
by kishore tendolkar on Jul 23, 2010 11:12 AM
sir , Bedi had a Competition from chandra , venkat & prasanna ; had bedi played alone he would have taken more than 1000 wickets in 133 test matches & that too without chucking.Is it wrong to call blind person ''blind''?

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Srinivasan Ramachandran
Re: Re: great
by Srinivasan Ramachandran on Jul 23, 2010 11:56 AM
of course, you are blind!

When murali had trouble, Srilanka was a small team.

ICC and all the technologies proved that Murali is correct!

Why are writing your wrong comments again and again!

u r a pathetic loser.

And Bedi is nothing more than a joker. His only habit is criticize everyone!

And if you call murali, a chucker. What is Bhajji? Be honest man!

Atleast half of the bowlers in the world has suspect action!

ICC is ok with it! why crib?!

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never before & ever again
by mmrehman on Jul 23, 2010 10:48 AM

Great! Simply Great! What a hight, really hats off man you show your greatness to reach zenith, and even more greatness you show by leaving the cricket in this stage and age.

We can hope atleast that our ageold people will retire and will give the chance to play the younger player soon. will they get lession from this. or still they will play with their son.

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retired gracely
by billu on Jul 23, 2010 10:26 AM  | Hide replies

murali wanted to give chance to young and talendted players. He don't want to hang on.
Will indian serniors listen his attitude ?????

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Anurag Rathore
Re: retired gracely
by Anurag Rathore on Jul 23, 2010 10:45 AM
Murali retired in age of 38. In last 1 year except this test his avg. is aroun 45 in test. He was too far from his best, so he decided to retire.

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Dilip Mahanty
by Dilip Mahanty on Jul 23, 2010 10:14 AM

This is a stupendous achievement not likely to be ever broken. He deserves every accolade given to him.
Can I request Rediff to eliminate personal,insulting comments that some readers exchange with each other.These take away from the seriousness or relevance of a topic discussed.
If Rediff feels that the popularity of its columns are judged by the number of comments posted(most responding to each others' insults) then it is doing its more discerning readers a great disservice.
A lot of readers contribute valuable discussion points regarding a particular topic but these get lost amongst a cacophony of meaningless tirade exchanged between some readers!

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