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Sky Sports Poll: Should Pakistan be Banned from International Cricket?

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  1. Zaki

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    Sky Sports is conducting a poll as 'Should Pakistan Be Banned From Intl Cricket' PLEASE CAST YOUR VOTE

    Sky Sports | Cricket News

    Say NO........... Or stay away
     
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  2. hecj

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    i think yes.........they are humiliated at every match with fixing charges.this will be a black spot on pak cricket,it has made an image ,which is difficult to be changed.
     
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    Atleast, Don't fix the poll.:lol:
     
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  4. JonAsad

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    i would love to see your smiling face when england beat the sh!t out of austrailia in ashes :taz:
     
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  5. Zaki

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    This thread is to support Pakistan team regardless of their dirty laundry that we all aware off. Like the seniors said many times....Innocent until proven guilty

    This poll is being conducted when the original investigation of the scandal is still not concluded. Last, This thread is to either support Pakistan by voting NO! in the poll.......or just stay away

    We already got plenty of threads running for this crap
     
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    I know a lot of Bangladeshis who were very crazy about PK cricket team. Even I heard that one BD-fan of PK team did not take meal for two days when Pk lost in a match. Actually, most of BD-cricket-fans were supporter of PK-team in Bangladesh. Even I was crazy about PK team once. But, sadly, now these fans can not support PK-team boldly for the dishonesty which has been done by some cricketers.
     
  7. Gentle Typhoon

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    :lol: :rofl:
     
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    never gonna happen.:woot:
     
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    @ Zaki

    will you forgive those who betrayed your country?
     
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    this has happened many times before, and this time it will happen again :chilli:
     
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    PONTING: WE CAN'T BAN PAKISTAN



    Ricky Ponting has called on cricket to clean up its act - but said it would be wrong to kick Pakistan out of the sport.
    Ponting is gearing up for a two-Test battle with India in Chandigargh, but has had an eye on events in England.
    And the Aussie skipper is less than impressed by the spot-fixing allegations swirling around the game. "No doubt cricket has taken a battering because of these allegations," he said.
    "The ICC must get to the bottom of it all as quickly as possible before more damage is done.

    "But it wouldn't be wise to keep Pakistan out of international cricket.
    "We need a strong Pakistan team playing international cricket for the betterment of the game. Keeping them out wouldn't help."
    Ponting is now looking towards his own team and India to improve the game's tarnished image by playing the best brand of cricket possible in their series.
    "It is important to stand up and have some positive things being said about the game," he added.
     
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    I agree with Nasser Hussain - Pakistan should sit it out for a while until everyone calms down.