Friday, February 6, 2009

Who Was Consulting the IPL Franchises?

Whoever they were, they all need to be told to pack their bags and go home. Forever.

Shakib Al Hasan, the best allrounder in the world, the player of last year and this year, Bangladesh's star, the man who will lead Bangladesh to glorious heights, the boy who single handedly dominated Pakistan, New Zealand, South Africa, and Sri Lanka, all in one season, remained unsold.

Can you believe that?

No franchise picked up Shakib Al Hasan at the auction.


Ashraful and Murtaza bagged contracts but Shakib didn't.

How does that happen?

Dwayne Smith, Collingwood, Bopara, Henderson, some George Bailey were bought, but Shakib wasn't.

What were the franchises thinking?

We can't have the IPL this year without Shakib. Thats just wrong!

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  1. Anonymous said...

    I think with the exception of Mortaza all the rest of the non Indian Asian players got a raw deal, I felt as if the franchise owners were bidding for the color of skin rather than skills.

    Not to pick the world's best all rounder is just plain stupid.

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