Frequent injuries the bane of our cricket

As the Palace guard, Marcellus said, when he saw the ghost of Hamlet walking over the palace walls in Shakespeare’s play ‘Hamlet’: "Something is rotten in the state of Denmark." Similarly, players in the national team are subject to suffering from injuries far too frequently. Are they playing too m


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Sack the physio. He has been horrible, we keep having more injuries since he has been given the job

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Every country has injury problems and i am not sure if I am imagining or its hurting us more than others but the injury issues is going too long and getting worse. Anji is obviously the first name but guys like KJP and Asela who are essentially batters get injured. Chameere and Madushanka - young pace men we so desperately needs are injured. And then we have guys like Jimmy and Broad - both around 100 tests each, both bowling well over 20 overs an innings for 100+ tests. We need to sort this out. I can understand fast bowlers having injury issues but batter???

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