The whole world except the british ofcourse know that the great Chris Broad is always exceptionally partial and biased towards India. And the ICC remains silent on this. This is where the BCCI should protest, but the reason for its silence is unknown. This persistent bias against asian countries should be protested vehemently.
Stuart Broad has been fined 50% for passing offensive comments after showing dissent at the umpire's decision, while dhoni is fined 60% for maintaining a slow overrate! Maintaining a slow over rate is a graver crime than passing offensive remarks according to ICC rules! Amusing isn't it? Again, had it been an indian player passing offensive remarks against an umpire, he would have been banned for a couple of matches.
Re: That is a joke
by S Shrikanth on Jul 04, 2011 07:46 AM
How does it matter!Its not going from my and your pockets my friend.
After all this money is peanuts for these commercial entertainment machines serving consumer companies selling their junk products to Indians through these guys. We, poor salaried guys, are unnecessarily crying for these people who make millions of $ every year and evade taxes through political pressures.