Saturday, February 25, 2012

Your View on Sachin Tendulkar's Retirement Talk....

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The media - both print as well as visual has one hot topic - when/why/how should Sachin Tendulkar retire from International Cricket. Every so called expert has view of their own and debates goes on. What do you call think? Join this poll...

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7 Comments:

Blogger Pradeep said...

To retire or not to retire should be Sachin's personal decision. It is up to the selection committee to decide whether he should be selected to play or not depending upon his current form and fitness. It is not idiotic public or stupid journalists to decide. It is entirely a professional's job!!

February 25, 2012 9:10 AM  
Anonymous shyam said...

I think the question should be whether he should be dropped from the team due to lack of form or not. The slectors cannot "retire" him. They can only drop him. So actually what you are asking is whether Tendulkar is somebody who can be dropped by the selctors or not. Majority of people think not. Only he can drop himself. He himself is his own selector. He is above everything else.
Look at what happened to Ponting. To me this poll is meaningless.
I think the world cup final was the ideal occassion for him to retire from ODI. He missed it. He is obviously waiting for the 100th 100 to announce total retirement. Asia cup is coming hopefully he can score 100 against Banglasdesh and retire happily.

February 25, 2012 3:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Croak of shit. The same 'experts' and 'critics' ate all their sh1t when Sachin came back to vintage form after a long lean patch. Now that he has a few substantially low scores they're out again.

After 22 years of faithful service, nobody need to go through the pain of deciding how and when Sachin goes about his cricket. The selectors can piss off, so can the experts. When he decides he is no longer contributing, he will take the apt decision. STOP
Scorpiogenius

February 26, 2012 5:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Croak of shit. The same 'experts' and 'critics' ate all their sh1t when Sachin came back to vintage form after a long lean patch. Now that he has a few substantially low scores they're out again.

After 22 years of faithful service, nobody need to go through the pain of deciding how and when Sachin goes about his cricket. The selectors can piss off, so can the experts. When he decides he is no longer contributing, he will take the apt decision. STOP
Scorpiogenius

February 26, 2012 5:56 AM  
Blogger ayush_1991 said...

A man having played over 600 internationals, sure can decide for himself, and has always done so. Hasn't he kept himself out of the team when he thought he was not fit enough.he's playing the ODI's after almost a year. And I am sure that even the selectors are not even thinking about it, its just we who are speculating about it . And when it comes to paving the path for the next generation of Indian cricketers to come in, don't they deserve the likes and guidance of the Little Master himself ? everyone goes through a rough patch once in a while , most cricketers are going through one right now.I personally believe that the 100th ton is ,what is driving people to the edge of their seats.Well,we don't see openers score tons every now and then ,do we ? It will happen, when supposed too; but as far as retirement is considered, i think people should stop commenting off the field,without even having a hint of what happens on the field. And this scenario of senior retired players, shedding their retirement 'wisdom' , I just hope it does not frustrate Sachin.T as much as it does me. Spare a thought for the man , really !!

March 08, 2012 7:03 AM  
Anonymous Rahul said...

Many people are misinterpreting the headline and Tendulkar's statement. First of all don't get offended, this statement was not directed at the citizens or fans of cricket. It was directed at the critics and media, whom he has a love hate relationship with....... Secondly and more importantly, his statement simply means that he is not ready to hang his boots, but it does not mean that selectors cannot exclude him. He is not commanding a place in the playing eleven, but just expressing his availability for selection. He is only expressing his desire to play cricket and as long he is performing and contributing the selectors will include him in the playing eleven......You'd have to agree that its extremely annoying to answer questions to critics, most of whom were not even half as talented as Sachin is and most of the who are probably just a few years away from their own retirements (death bed!)... Just relax people, the guy loves playing for the country, let him be. If he cannot keep up and does not contribute, he will surely leave the scene himself.h

March 26, 2012 4:31 PM  
Blogger T R said...

Indians never knew how to thank/respect an Achiever or a Hero ..! And Sachin Tendulkar was , is and always will be THE ONE..!!
Every Great Hero is supposed to Retire and "Save his Ass" when he/she is in good form " is the Great Indian concept..!
Its not about how we stand by them when they are at the peak of their careers , its about how we stand-by them during a slump..! Its Disgusting , how we have humiliated

almost all of our past cricketing heroes unto retirement ( in one way or another ) and then Praise them tons once they have retired..!!!
Kapil , Azhar , Jadeja , Sidhu , Laxman , Ganguly , R.Shahtri, G.Viswanath are all but a few examples of heroes "RETIRED HURT" ..lets not allow this appaling trend rather

curse to fall upon the Man who made India Proud - in every page of every Record book , the man who is Synonymous with INDIAN Cricket.!
We dint make them Heroes ,they achieved it themselves and they know when n where to quit , lets atleast give them that privillege for having done so much for their country..!

December 10, 2012 7:28 AM  

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