Asia Cup2012: Did ICC fix Indo-Bangladesh Match?
-DR. ABDUL RUFF
Known for notorious operations to promote batboys by employing bowlers, and mediating between or among cricket nations to fix matches in accordance with the needs of the nations concerned and select cricketers at a given point of time, ICC (international cricket council), is the root cause of problems the cricket faces today.
Matches are generally fixed by the nations with a wish lists and bowlers and fielders are expected to follow the guidelines to
True, in recent months there has been a positive development in cricketism trends, against the odds when the bowlers are allowed to take their profession a bit seriously, blocking all gimmicks of batboys to shine at the crease at the cost of others.
After his 99 tons, India’s most pampered cricketer Sachin Tendulakar, a school drop-out only to be guided by the regimes and its various mafias to be elevated to the level of a major Hindu god to be worshiped by one and all in India, including Muslim boys, has been made to wait impatiently for his one last 100 plus and now when denied by all others, Bangladesh has gladly offered it , salvaging the fake image of fanatic India.
Why did Bangladesh which never took Sachuin seriously and denied
The answer is very simple and you have correctly guessed it.
ICC shields crimes relating to state level fixing by the teams themselves.
ICC wants to batboys to shine and corporates to make back money. Cricket field is being reduced to help the batboys to get 4s easily. It is a major shame that batboys are given plenty of space to hit 2s, 4s and even 6s. Each team should have at least 14 fielders but all of them need not bat- only 6 batboys could be allowed to bat – as it is practiced by the latest F5 overs matches.
The third umpire as usual supports India’s cause and declared BD skipper Al Hasan , the author of mutual match fixing OUT at 49 when, as the replay showed, he was not out and was very much on the line. Al Hasan returned to pavilion and watched the remaining proceedings making BD shine.
The unwritten cricketism rules clearly state that in a mutual fixing, there are the central elements of give and take policy. Maybe, that is part of exchange program. Each team must give something first and take something next.
Bangladesh won the toss and, instead of straight away starting to bat on a bat-friendly pitch,
BD cricketer Manjural Islam died on 17th March, the same day five years ago and for Bangladeshis it was a huge moment to mark his death anniversary. Bangladeshis wanted to dedicate the match with India to him by wining it. The concerned mafias on both sides had informal understanding and a “great chat” the previous night to dedicate the “important match” to Manjural Islam and the Indian players also stood up, but with their own agenda: Sachuin’s one last 100 plus and BD team agreed to play for both Manjural Islam and Sachuin Tendulakar who continued to showcase fake records as real. . . .
Hasina’s Bangladesh did not mind promoting Indian cricketism.
India did not hesitate to enjoy the well cooked special meal supplied
Both India and Bangladesh are guilty of cricketism crimes and both must be brought justice.
ICC also must be penalized for its crimes of shielding the cricket criminals.
د. عبد راف
Dr. Abdul Ruff, Specialist on State Terrorism; Educationalist;Chancellor-