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Ageing Tendulkar assessing retirement plans?

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Master The True Champion
by Indian on Oct 07, 2012 12:14 PM

Sachin Tendulkar the Champion took to Indian cricket to next level. His contribution to Indian cricket is immense. Behind the scenes there is a lot of hard work dedication talent and will to do at the highest level. Champion will be back and reckoning and will do his bat to do all the talking as usual.
So I cannot ask the street dogs to stop barking in this forum.

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by RAM LAL on Oct 07, 2012 10:57 AM

Will he go on crutches, stretcher or......., it is all upto him!

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by a on Oct 07, 2012 06:35 AM

please retire dadaji

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Great Khali
Still Ageing?
by Great Khali on Oct 07, 2012 03:24 AM

I thought he aged long back..

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Sameer Bhagwat
If he is struggling, it is better to leave
by Sameer Bhagwat on Oct 06, 2012 10:12 PM

I think the quest for the 100th hundred dragged on for too long and impacted Sachin adversely. He would have hoped to get it quickly and play carefree for a year or 2 to go out in a blaze of glory but alas it was not meant to be.

I hope he can sign off in style with a great series against England and or Australia.

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i hope he retires
by Aditya on Oct 06, 2012 09:58 PM

i hope he retires

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K Ram
I bet, he won't go that easily....
by K Ram on Oct 06, 2012 09:20 PM  | Hide replies

For heaven's sake, quit please! It's pathetic to see u struggling against ageing with diminished vision, reflexes, coordination, etc., etc., Accept the grave reality and pleeeeeeeease quit and give opportunity for an youngster to take over the reins. Do not imagine on your own that, India needs you and the whole batting responsibility lies on your (ageing) shoulders. It's not true! Of late, you only have become a liability to the team than of any value. This has been hinted to you enough already by the team management in umpteen number of ways. Do not be insensitive all such hints and stretch your fading career any further. It'll only do more damage than any good. Your averages will no more look respectable if you play any further. Quit gracefully please! We'll worship you. Else, a day is not far off when the same cricket fans who cheered you on coming in to bat, boo you and please save your fading image.

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karthik k
Re: I bet, he won't go that easily....
by karthik k on Oct 07, 2012 12:16 AM
for heaven sake.. Hey Ram.. sorry K Ram.. Take a break.. Spare a person of Sachin's stature, Instead try it on some body like Sonia gandhi, robert Vadra, M M singh, rising inflation and corruption.. Dont bark at a wrong tree since bcos u can bark.. Take a break.. Wish better sense could prevail upon you and for so many such moronic, heartless Sachin bashers..

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Jagdish Reddy
He should have resigned already! He is now a liability.
by Jagdish Reddy on Oct 06, 2012 08:35 PM  | Hide replies

We couldn't reach finals of Asia Cup because of the slow scoring of Sachin for his 100th century in about 2 years in all formats of the game.
He got clean bowled 3 times in a row in a lowly ranked New Zealand bowlers on Indian slow pitches.
His batting average in the past two years is about 35 which is mediocre and any new player can also score that and in addition with the coming test series in India, the new player in his place will be able to get set and when the foreign tours come in future, they are not playing there in tests for the first time.
He needs to go.
Thanks for all you did for Indian cricket for yourself.
It it time for you to say good-bye to the gentleman game as a gentleman before your sorry as5 is dropped from the team.

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sunilkumar mishra
Re: He should have resigned already! He is now a liability.
by sunilkumar mishra on Oct 06, 2012 09:15 PM
Sachin is not a sefless guy who has ever thght abt the team's interest above his own, one may or may nt agree but this is d fact.

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sunilkumar mishra
Re: Re: He should have resigned already! He is now a liability.
by sunilkumar mishra on Oct 06, 2012 09:16 PM
Sachin was past his prime at least 7 years back if not more during which period many bench sitters have perished into oblivion having lost chance to serve the nation

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Wasim Khan
by Wasim Khan on Oct 06, 2012 07:03 PM  | Hide replies

sachin is shamelessly in the team

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kamal raj
Re: df
by kamal raj on Oct 06, 2012 07:29 PM
wat the shit u knw about sachin ....

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Re: Re: df
by skepticalindian on Oct 06, 2012 07:42 PM
What do you know Mr Raj

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Re: df
by Xavier on Oct 06, 2012 08:02 PM
Sachin is a selfish shameless fellow.

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sunilkumar mishra
Re: df
by sunilkumar mishra on Oct 06, 2012 09:11 PM
He says his heart is bigger than the national interest

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krishnamurthy sridhar
Sachin's Retirement
by krishnamurthy sridhar on Oct 06, 2012 06:57 PM  | Hide replies

The debate goes on and on....... yet he would never think about retirement. So long as people like Sunil Gavaskar and Ravi Sastri are around he would get boosted up further. He can afford to score another 25 ducks before retiring and still these commentarors would only describe how beautifully he had batted for scoring "0" runs!!!! This is Indian Cricket

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Rajendra Bowrie
Re: Sachin's Retirement
by Rajendra Bowrie on Oct 06, 2012 10:33 PM
Do u want top know why ex-cricketers turned commentators like Gavaskar, Shastri, Ganguly et al won't write what they feel and support Sachin, because all these gentlemen are paid huge sums to praise/support Sachin. Had Sachin being in Australian their selectors would have sent him packing long back.

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