Will Graeme Labrooy Allow Lasith Malinga To Comeback After Dayasiri Departure?

At 36 years of age, Australian Mitchell Johnson is still playing at IPL. though, Mumbai Indians left Malinga as a player and picked as a mentor, his recent bowling form in recently concluded Local T20 tournament suggests he is still far better than those, whom Labrooy forcefully dragged into nationa


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When reputed players like superstar Malinga on attack, most batsmen retreat to lower gear with minimum risks meanwhile taking higher risks on attacking on other end bowlers. That is why part-time alrounders earn wickets at the expense of star bowlers at other end. It is team work wicket taking. Unfortunately, skyping chief Graeme ignored these facts and instead played politics with Ex-Comerede Dayasiri while keeping inoperative the rest of selectors and coach. SLC needs full-time Chief Selector who can perform duties with high integrity to bring back glory to SL cricket. Graeme, you are an utter failure, please plead the new minister to replace you as you have even no courage to resign.

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I agree with the Anonymous post/response on this issue.

If Labrooy wants to be a match referee, fine let him be one. But he can't be Chairman of selectors at the same time. This job needs a devoted dedicated person.

The only time the Chairman of Selectors should travel overseas for cricketing reasons is to accompany the side if they are the chosen selector on duty. Not for any other cricket roles.
Now I say this this relates to cricket only not family holidays which they would be entitled to when time permits and in agreement with SLC.

Here there is firstly a conflict of interest and secondly lack of dedication and professionalism to what is meant to be an important role.

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