Who Is The Kid?




Sreesanth

Sreesanth

Kids do not admit their mistakes easily, they cry ceaselessly, they try to seek others attention. The kid is of course the Indian medium pace bowler Sreesanth.

Always in the light for some issue or the other has made the little boy from Kerala famous for unnecessary things.

He tweeted recently that “Be what you are & say what you feel, because those who mind, dont matter & those who matter, never mind… GOD BLESS…!”  I would personally comment that this will be the mindset of a person who feels guilty yet want it to be covered, feeling guilty is not a weakness rather it is a sign of bravery.

The loose tongued guy violated the rules and believed in gaining sympathy by opening his tear glands after getting a tight slap from Harbajan Singh in the IPL. This was the first time when the kid in him came out.

He was more like a locust in the paddy farm. His ability to blend with the team died with his increase in complaining traits.

Always not taken in friendly way, this was the Sreesanth-Symonds clash.

Do we really need to tame this kid every time he brings the team trouble?

He was fined for breaching the code of ICC. He tweets that he plays passionate cricket, but his passion turns into madness often; he was found guilty of Level-1 offence which is “Abuse of cricket equipment or clothing, ground equipment or fixtures and fittings.” This is passion!

Anger at the spur of the moment will never help in professionalism.  A sorry might mend the wounds at that instance but repetitive mistakes will lead to ban or even severe.

This temperamental chap was fined 10 per cent of his match fees on Wednesday (for not going against his fellow players). Elevating to a greater level he showed dissent against an umpiring decision.

Sreesanth felt lucky that it was just a fine and not a ban; like how a powerful flood is better than throwing one into a shark-infested sea.

A sweltering argument with South Africa skipper Smith during Durban Series, his comments on Hashim Amla when he hit a six up in the air made a mockery of Amla’s batting all added to the bad behavior of the kid’s progress report.

If there is any dismissal of a batsman, if it happens to the kid taking the wicket a bollywood show-off drama is promised for few seconds when the batsman is walking away the pitch.

On every statement to the press or to his tweets he makes a significant part for the God; I’d like to tell “My dear kid! God is of no help when your words are hanging loose. Get your tongue fixed first”.

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Bharathi Murali

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Hello folks! I am Bharathi Murali, 20, a Chemical Engineering student who always look at journalists or journalism students with a little jealousy in my eyes. I belong to Coimbatore now put up in Chennai. Besides writing, blogging I like traveling (on my bike), photography and silence. I have strong belief in philosophy. With regard to sports I just love watching them on TV when it comes to playing them I have tried to play most of the Indian sports with shallow knowledge in each. I am also a part of the University Basketball team and guess more than scoring I take care of defence better and well known for the fouls that I generally commit! I blog at www.thebhavachakra.blogspot.com. In one line I have always admired Bhagat Singh more than Gandhi, I support radicalism!

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