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Murali- A true Giant of Cricket... Do u like him to retire?

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Asked by Somebody EU, 17 Jul '10 09:30 am
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He is retiring from Test cricket, but not from cricket. From now on he can concentrate training new players in the art of spin, for which there is a lot of scope as we have only a very small number of good spinners. He can produce many Muralidharans with his vast knowledge. I am eager and expect him to do many wonders as a trainer in the coming days.
Answered by Josna, 17 Jul '10 09:51 am

 
  
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There is a limit to every game except politics and Murali has taken wise decision to retire. However, we will miss his smile all the time. He is the only player in Cricket who give smile when he take a wicket or batsman hit boundary on the ball.
Answered by uv dabholkar, 17 Jul '10 09:44 am

 
  
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But the age is aganst him and I am of the opinion that one should retire when the going is good
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 17 Jul '10 10:55 am

 
  
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It is good he wants to retire when all want him to continue. A good decision.
Answered by Dharmarajan, 17 Jul '10 09:59 am

 
  
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In the life of every player, my friend, a time must come when the physical rigours involved in playing the game start extracting an exorbnitant price on the steadily declining physical strength and stamina. It is for the individual player to judge when he reaches such a stage and once there, to decide upon the further course of action he should follow. No player, howsoever great, has and can escape this stage, although he may be able to postpone it. Muralidharan, the great and lion-hearted bowler that he is, has already had his moments of glory and has delighted millions of his fans the world over by his sheer magical fingers. One would have wished him to go on and on but alas ! one is only too aware of Mother Nature's law and with a heavy heart one has to accept the decision of this great bowler if he has dcided to call it a day ! Good luck, Muthaiah Muralidharan ! We are indeed blessed to have watched you play and may your next innings be equally delightful and full of pleasure !
Answered by Jaisingh Thakur, 17 Jul '10 09:50 am

 
  
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Yes i like
Answered by Redif User, 17 Jul '10 09:38 am

 
  
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