Corporate Social Negligence!

Sreesanth… whacked by Bajji…..

Posted in Uncategorized by clash on April 26, 2008

Sreesanth got a swipe, from none other than Bajji. This was in waiting for him. His mouth could very well be drafted for a adhesive company’s ad; it will be a right prop that can be “effectively” put to use. It just wont stick together… he chatters a hell lot. You could see that all over the field yesterday.

He is an interesting talent and definitely the best from Kerala after Independence; I am not quite sure, if there was someone before independence. His records show that he has been a formidable force in the Indian team after his induction in 2005. He has been there around for quite a while. From my restricted knowledge of cricket and a stint with it; i can confirm, he is a good prospect. He can fling the ball at around early 140’s. ( The IPL speedometer said so!). He has an upright and good action, which i think can keep him away from crucial injuries. He has a few good years more…

To stay and ply the trade for many more years to come, he has to stop throwing tantrums that unnecessarily create controversies. A Kerala cricket pundit was once heard saying that he (Sreesanth) has got a big match temperament. The show masquerades the reality. In ODI’s he is pretty expensive at 5.78 (Economy). A bowler who gets extreme opinions about an upright seam and so on; this is not a good number. This means he gets pretty carried away in the high tempo ODI’s. The test, however, shows a different record; there his numbers are quite satisfactory. There is a wide enough line that exist between “aggression” and “foolishness”. Yesterday, Brett Lee showed us what aggression was, the youngster Piyush Chawla showed his way of doing things too, but Sreesanth still got whacked. He didn’t have a good game, if you get belted around the park in Twenty20, it is more or less the bowler’s destiny in such form of cricket. You don’t loose your cool or try to be provocative at this point and if you do – Bajji’s was the answer.

I watched his antics in his home town, I found it ridiculous, though I have to agree that i enjoyed his dance against Andre Nel. Andre Nel, for all his agression didn’t bother to react. Sreesanth needs to channel his aggression so that it helps his game, not controversies. He can take a lesson from football – Wayne Rooney. The young angry thug who came to Manchester United, he is pretty much a mature player now and doesn’t create unnecessary ruckus and lose his focus on the game.

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  1. Nitin said, on April 27, 2008 at 5:06 am

    All that is fine .. Sreeshant definately needs to keep his mouth shut but Bhajji is an ahole . He has no right to slap anyone let alone his own junior from the national team . All the sreeshant hating is fine but if you are trying to justify what bhajji did then you are plain and simple wrong …

  2. clash said, on April 27, 2008 at 6:50 am

    There is no argument in favour of Bajji here. What he did was in fact wrong. But, for Sreesanth such a situation was in waiting because of his chilidish attitude.

  3. umesh said, on April 29, 2008 at 8:45 am

    what bhaji has done is wrong and no doubt in that!so much is talked about sreesant’s agression and childish behaviour and if he was a bad boy as u think he would have fought with bhaji.but he cried just because he is emotional and he didnt try to talk much about the issue with the media and forgiven him.whether sreesanth is aggressive or not what bhaji has done is totally unacceptable be it on sreesanth or any other cricketer for that matter

  4. sankalp said, on July 8, 2008 at 5:31 pm

    As bhaaji is a sportsman and a sportsman have quality of great patience but that thing is been not shown by bhajji. I can say that bhajji have done a wrong thing.
    Because as they both are the team members of international team so bhajji should have not to do that. By doing this bhajji is now suspected for the symonds case also.
    …………………………..
    sankalp
    outsourcing


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