CSA duplicitous hypocrites

2014-02-10 14:41
BCCI (File)
India has not done this as some sort of benevolent Big Brother to all the cricketing minnows trying to make things better for them. India have done this for India... so they will be able to dictate how, when and why cricket is played from now on.

You say South Africans have missed the point? I believe it is you who does not even know the point. Go and read Neil Manthorpe's piece on Supersport and then come back and tell everyone how altruistic the BCCI is being.

Countries will never again decide on mutually beneficial tours. The Big 3 will condescend to tell the rest where and when they will play and the rest will take whatever they are offered. Any grumbling from the minnows and the Big 3 will simply refuse to tour.

India's hypocrisy is demonstrated by the fact that they complain about the other countries not making enough of their own money but then cancelled games in South Africa which would have enabled CSA to make more money. India would rather other countries make very little money... just so that they become dependent on India.

All this after South Africa bailed India out and held the IPL in our country with just 3 weeks notice...

Utter hypocrisy and duplicity...


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