SLC should have 'parted ways' with Malinga years ago - Clementine

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Many believe that the time has come for SLC and Malinga to part ways... Actually the board should have parted ways with him the day he chose to play one form of cricket over the other. No individual is bigger than the game.

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N.M.M's picture
Member since:
8 May 2016
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15 hours 36 min

We all know how this person hates sanga, mahela, malinga and loves dilshan, chandi, etc... Writes utter rot sometimes...

Anonymous's picture

Yes he has become a laughing stock. Thanks for posting here. Hope international media pick it up. Australian media love to show case his worst and stupid articles :)

Cardinal Sinner's picture

Because no one is bigger than the game? What does he mean? Why does he think Malinga is trying to be bigger than the game? He writes as if he is a man of principles but didnt he use the help of a player agent to fund his Champions Trophy trip to the UK?

FiredFox's picture

Another propaganda member who is trying to bring in Chandimal back to the ODI squad.

He is comparing centuries scored by Aravinda at the same age as Chandimal.

This shows a grave problem in our school education. A man who is writing to English newspapers, but have no clue about simple mathematical concepts. Sadness is this kind of people still writes to national media.

Centuries in 80s were not everyday occurrences, but now even there are double hundreds are becoming common.

Centuries played when all odds are stacked against you, when you are a real minnower team is completely different from when you are a recognised team.

Wonder who is behind this propaganda to promote a very mediocre player as the best in the country ???

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