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I think Sreesanth has crossed all limits of a genteleman in the GENTLEMAN'S GAME - CRICKET today

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Asked by raju, 07 Apr '10 09:38 pm
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Yes you are right - he has already been warned before, and in each of the 3 IPLs he has been embroiled in some controversy or the other
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 07 Apr '10 09:40 pm

 
  
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Yes you are right he was given warning by BCCI i think he should have better punishment
Answered by RAGUL, 11 Apr '10 12:33 pm

 
  
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Cricket is changing quickly from a gentleman\'s game. Now it\'s all about money and winning. So aggression is not at all a problem.But making the batsmen or umpire angry with aggression doesn\'t do any good to any player.What is all about is the performance... Sreesanth doesn\'t know how to behave to people.He has to learn it before he lost all his remaining fans and reputation
Answered by rohit mohandas, 09 Apr '10 07:50 am

 
  
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His behaviour with umpire was most shameful and make him unfit for the game.he was reprimanded by yuvraj and may be penalised by refree.
Answered by Ramesh Agarwal, 07 Apr '10 10:02 pm

 
  
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Cricket is a gentlemans game. No doubt one needs a lil aggresion along !! Sreesanth has to learn & learn pretty fast that the only thing that matters is performance. !! Sreesanth\'s reputation management classes are working!! Moreover, today cricket is all about emotions and drama and less gentlemans game. !!
Answered by Oberoi, 07 Apr '10 09:45 pm

 
  
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