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Lehmann defends Warner but warns Aussies not to cross the line in aggression

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G Ramani Iyer
Cannot change....Will not change!!
by G Ramani Iyer on Jan 20, 2015 07:21 AM

It is sad and very bad....and the Australian are setting up an very unwanted and unbecoming behavior examples-for youg boys ho have passion to plat cricket at highest levels....
Fine them...let the eentire team pay hefty fine and let thest Kangaroos pull up their socks and behavior. TThe main culprit should never enter any playground and treated as great offender - who is bringing disrepute to his name, teammates and nation. Nobody ver likes arguments, taunting and war-of-words whilst playing any games....
Australian present lot of champion cricketers, never=ever learn and always are first in offensive and intimidation.

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Bad attitude from Warner
by on Jan 19, 2015 07:53 PM

Aussies resort to dirty tactics to disturb the concentration of Indian Batsmen to get hem out.
Team Management should take disciplinary action against players inciting anger on the field.

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Ajit Birdi
Cricket in Australia
by Ajit Birdi on Jan 19, 2015 06:53 PM

Since India,Australia matches have started Australians are playing a dirty game.
This time they could not find any thing so that picked on the language the indian players speak.
OKey fine indian players will speak, English, Then Australia should also brush up to speak Hindi when playing in India.
DIrty team dirty Play.

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True Blue
by True Blue on Jan 19, 2015 05:51 PM  | Hide replies

What line is Lehmann talking about? Australian cricketers always incite, insult and abuse the opposition player and then get back to their no crossing the line excuse. Hypocrites.

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Re: Line
by AdinGoyyale on Jan 19, 2015 06:36 PM
boo these aussie beggars when they come to India to play IPL

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Ashwin and Vijay
by brahminlover on Jan 19, 2015 12:18 PM

should speak in tamil. Proper Brahmin tamil....

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Vijay K
Language Problem !!
by Vijay K on Jan 19, 2015 12:15 PM  | Hide replies

There is a real difficulty in expressing the feelings. Aussies don't know Hindi, for that matter many South Indians do not know Hindi well. Obviously Indians knowing English may not understand Aussie accent and slang. Further each language is adding new abuses in it's repertoire everyday. Cricketers may not find enough time to learn languages. As it is they do not seem to have enough time to acquire cricketing skills.
Best solution under the circumstances seems to be to appoint a 'on-field interpreter & translator'. This will add one more dimension to the chatter game and expression of thoughts and feeling with each other will be very free. There is no need of tongue-in-check. Or how about wearable instant translation gizmo !!

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Vijay K
Re: Language Problem !!
by Vijay K on Jan 19, 2015 12:15 PM
Also each player be given a microphone. So that all viewers get to know what is happening on-field. Commentators can analyze players verbal skills and spectators can cheer, jeer and abuse while watching the game.

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sam jebaraj
Re: Language Problem !!
by sam jebaraj on Jan 20, 2015 06:51 AM
Also commercial in betweeen sledging. And should speak in hindi as it is national language.
Competition for best sledge.
1.Best sledger.
2.Emerging Sledger.
3.Predivction for the number of sledges.

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play to win
by on Jan 19, 2015 12:02 PM  | Hide replies

Indian players should play and win matches... all the time complaining like a bunch of spoilt brats... please play to win... then maybe u moght not hear such things...spoilt and pampered

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Hasmukh Shah
Re: play to win
by Hasmukh Shah on Jan 19, 2015 04:59 PM
Look at the series it looks lile Indian are making Aussie run to save their butts and not to win and they are enjoying it very much and so do we

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Re: play to win
by AdinGoyyale on Jan 19, 2015 06:37 PM
that will not happen in Australia as long as Dhoni and Ashwin are part of Indian team

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Sudhakaran Nair
Re: play to win
by Sudhakaran Nair on Jan 19, 2015 12:08 PM
This is an attitude of Aus players, when somebody is batting well they will try to do something like this to spoil concentration. Our players should show this with bat and not with word.

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Vikrant Kanwal
All cricketers should be issued AK47 to stop aggression
by Vikrant Kanwal on Jan 19, 2015 11:48 AM  | Hide replies

on the field hehe

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suresh kumar
Re: All cricketers should be issued AK47 to stop aggression
by suresh kumar on Jan 19, 2015 12:03 PM
they exhibit their culture!!

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raj arora
Re: Re: All cricketers should be issued AK47 to stop aggression
by raj arora on Jan 19, 2015 12:27 PM
what culture are we taking about, u forget where the biggest frauds and corrupt govt lives

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vishal gupta
by vishal gupta on Jan 19, 2015 11:46 AM

Waiting for a day when cricketers will hit each other with Bats and Stumps.

Stop all this so-called aggression.

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