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#1 by ptcscrutiny » Wed Dec 19, 2012 00:32

Came across this flowchart on Cricinfo (Courtesy : @irrepressible99 on Twitter)
I must say its 100% true. No matter what Sachin does, people want him to retire.

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#2 by NeoAvi » Wed Dec 19, 2012 04:07

Sadly that's the truth and people never give a thought about it.

The current losses we are having is due to a collective failure and he's being targeted as this is a rare slump for him.

We aren't able to find replacements for Dravid,Laxman yet and some people want Sachin to step down.This is the time where the team needs him the most.

All this retirement talk is only increasing the pressure on him and it isn't doing him any good.
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#3 by ptcscrutiny » Wed Dec 19, 2012 05:44

Very rightly said PTCkingdom.
When we lost 8-0 in England and Australia, everyone was calling for Dravid and Laxman to retire and give youngsters a chance. Now that they have hung their boots, everyone is missing them saying our middle order is brittle.

I wonder what is going through Sachin's mind. I'd hate to see him retire out of sheer pressure created by the media. Hopefully he goes out with his head held high and on his own terms. He deserves a farewell match where the whole nation will watch when his walks out for the final time, people in the stadium will stand and clap and the opposition will give him a guard of honour. I just hope .....
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#4 by NeoAvi » Wed Dec 19, 2012 23:33

Yeah he deserves a heroic farewell and he'll get it.It would be a shame for the nation if he doesn't get a grand farewell.

Also i guess he'll take a decision about his retirement in the Australian series.Hopefully he'll be back to some form and score a ton or two.

It's too sad to see such a player being targeted by our media.This is the reason why i hate our media.

They just need trp's and will do anything to gain them.
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#5 by subway_123 » Thu Dec 20, 2012 09:16

The people who r suggesting sachin to retire same people will want sachin to come back when india loose. They dont know that there r 11 players in the team and sachin's individual performance will do nothing if others dont score. The same people will say that whenever sachin scores a century india looses its so ridiculous :D
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#6 by MSBHATTI » Fri Dec 21, 2012 08:42

Mr.Richards,This is not a friendly gesture you need to be looking at.This is playin/working for the country.We dont want to have players to beautify our team,we need players to perform and win games.If he can consistantly not play well,means he has to be sent off,not wait for him to make his money and then quit.Just because he has become an MP desnt mean he has all rights to dictate his terms.No more Sachin in the team.Pack up for him
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#7 by NeoAvi » Fri Dec 21, 2012 08:48

@MSBHATTI

In that case you'll also have to sack Sehwag,Gambhir,Dhoni from the team as they aren't performing.

But the whole blame is being put on only Sachin when all others have been failing as well.This is a collective failure.

Also stop talking nonsense like Money,MP etc

Any guy who uses his brain will understand the fact that the team is very much inexperienced right now and the team needs someone like him.
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#8 by CoolDudeX » Fri Dec 21, 2012 20:06

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#9 by ptcscrutiny » Sat Dec 22, 2012 22:17

Tendulkar retires from ODIs - India news : Tendulkar retires from ODIs | Cricket News | Global | ESPN Cricinfo

Sachin Tendulkar has retired from ODI cricket. Tendulkar finishes an illustrious career in the 50-over format, having played 463 ODIs, scored 18,426 runs and made 49 centuries, each of them a world record.


"I have decided to retire from the One Day format of the game," he said in a statement. "I feel blessed to have fulfilled the dream of being part of a World Cup wining Indian team. The preparatory process to defend the World Cup in 2015 should begin early and in right earnest. I would like to wish the team all the very best for the future. I am eternally grateful to all my well wishers for their unconditional support and love over the years."
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#10 by NeoAvi » Sat Dec 22, 2012 22:31

Just saw the news :'(

The guy retired at 49 ODI Tons......still some sick people will say he played for records......
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#11 by ptcscrutiny » Sat Dec 22, 2012 22:35

PTCkingdom wrote: Just saw the news :'(

The guy retired at 49 ODI Tons......still some sick people will say he played for records......

Yes, people will continue to pull him down. He could have easily played the ODIs against Pakistan and England and go for the 50 centuries milestone but chose not to in the best interests of the team. I wonder why they never talk about his behaviour and how he carried himself all along his career. Never sledged, never uttered a foul word.
I am really feeling sad right now :(
I will no longer see my childhood hero and role model in blue.
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#12 by NeoAvi » Sat Dec 22, 2012 23:01

ptcscrutiny wrote:
Yes, people will continue to pull him down. I wonder why they never talk about his behaviour and how he carried himself all along his career. Never sledged, never uttered a foul word.
I am really feeling sad right now :(
I will no longer see my childhood hero and role model in blue.

That's because a few of the guys get jealous of Sachin.That's the only reason i can think of because there is nothing to hate in this great man.

He's been my hero since i started watching cricket 14 years ago and i can't even imagine the team without him :(
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#13 by tanmoycha » Sun Dec 23, 2012 03:03

ok for that information
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#14 by anupam8060 » Tue Jan 15, 2013 06:36

he should have retired 10 years ago...
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#15 by tanmoycha » Tue Jan 15, 2013 07:16

after the retirement of SACHIN Tendulkar ,what is happening now you must see anupam8060... :lol:


The new young Indian team :thumbdown:
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#16 by subway_123 » Wed Jan 16, 2013 07:31

MSBHATTI wrote: Mr.Richards,This is not a friendly gesture you need to be looking at.This is playin/working for the country.We dont want to have players to beautify our team,we need players to perform and win games.If he can consistantly not play well,means he has to be sent off,not wait for him to make his money and then quit.Just because he has become an MP desnt mean he has all rights to dictate his terms.No more Sachin in the team.Pack up for him

Mr Bhatti tell me one thing, If Sachin dont' play for country then why he return immediately after his father demise to play in the 1999 world cup in England just to earn money or to give his contribution to the team and the other players like Gautam Gambhir and few players opt not to play on marriages of family members. Now say that who play for the country I dont agree with you.
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#17 by ptcscrutiny » Wed Jan 16, 2013 10:49

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