IPL: Indian Premier League 2009


Cricket of Apologies

 
Written by Commoner on June 20th, 2008   (310 views)

Pakistan’s fast bowler Muhammad Asif Friday apologized from the nation over whatever happened in Dubai and clarified that he had never used prohibited drugs. Though he has offered an apology, the world knows that he was as guilty as hell, and it was only after the intervention was done at the government level that this addict got the release.

Shoaib Akhtar has also exhibit the same attitude. He first commits the blunder intentionally and when he gets himself thoroughly in the hot waters, then he first tries to break away and after getting himself humiliated exhaustively, he just asks for the national apology.

Same is the case with the Shahid Khan Afridi and other idiots, who are sucking the hard-earned money of this poor nation, and who deliver nothing but scandals and the insult for the country. Now this opium user, Mohammad Asif was nothing and was made a hero by the country, and what he has returned, a small quantity of opium and loads of insults.

Pakistan Cricket Board has enough experience with Shoaib Akhtar to take the apologies of Mohammad Asif seriously, so what they should do is to teach him a befitting and tight lesson for the advice of the rest of the players.

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