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Thursday, November 11, 2010


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Isn't it odd that Haider himself got out for a duck in that game? :)

Thiru Cumaran

Perhaps, this match clearly shows that the PCB is ALSO involved in this match-fixing racket. How else could such a match be considered as OK by any right-thinking person?

The Reverse Sweep

You are probably right Thiru. It is absolutely shocking that no action has been taken over this match - not even a proper investigation

The Reverse Sweep

I did notice that Mahek? A case of the boy crying wolf?

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