ICL: Indian Cricket League

Inzi’s Support

Written by Commoner on January 12th, 2008   (284 views)

Inzi the ICL player is proud over Sharad Powar and the Harbhajan Singh. He says that his glee and delight is almost uncontrollable as he was also remained a target of Australian taunting. Inzi also said that ‘Aaloo’ was just a ‘Piyar ka naam’ for him bestowed by the ultra-kind and hospitable spectators of India.

Inzamam has severely criticized the Australian stand, and has stressed upon India to just kick the Aussies in the butt, and just come back home. Inzamam has also revealed that Australian players used to continuously taunt him in and off the field, and he was unable to do anything against them, but he was so happy that Indians have taken the stand. Inzamam has said that Indians would do well to just accept the ban and return to India. In his opinion this would be real answer to the Kangaroos. He also said that he also always wanted to call Andrew Symonds a baboon.

Just after the Harbhajan incident, Ponting first tried to diffuse the situation, but Indians weren’t just taking their defeats easily, and they started raising hell. Then Ricky Ponting also adopted a stern stance, and till now he is adamant to report Harbhajan Singh, though he says that he is ready to meet the Indian skipper Anil Kumble before the next test match to erase any ill-feelings.

India is basically blackmailing the ICC and the other cricketing nation, as it is the financial powerhouse of the game, and it has always exploited this niche. Ricky Ponting is as reasonable and decent by saying, “It’s going to be very important,” he told Nine Network television. “He’s had a little bit to say the last couple of days and I’m holding no grudges against him whatsoever.”

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