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    February 07, 2005

    Pakistan pressurizes the ICC

    Even as the ICC grapples with a problem of scarcity as far as quality umpires in the panels are concerned, the PCB wants neutral umpires at both ends for one-dayers too. This is an after-effect of several marginal decisions going Australia's way during the recent test and one-day series. I definitely saw quite a few of those and while the umpires may have acted without malice, the evidence is hard to counter or reject. Welcome to Australia!
    Thus spake Jagadish @ 3:52 PM |
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