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Old July 17, 2009, 11:03 AM
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Angry Bad Umpiring is killing us!

Giving just 1 bad decision in cricket can change the entire outcome of a game. It is like giving a wrong penalty in soccer. But 3-4 bad decisions? How about 3-4 bad decisions in an ODI? Is there any reason to play?

Does Asoka De Silva has to be involved in every single BD game?
And then give 3-5 bad decisions (or may I say biased decisions) against BD?
Is this his mission to destroy our cricket or ICC decision to ruin every single game BD has been playing?

This idiot has done so much damage that it is beyond imagination. With 2-3 more probabale test win including the one in Multan, our test status would be a lot stronger. Amazingingly there has been no official complaint against him by BCB. If there was any, obviously they were not strong enough!

Asoka fails to realize there is no other team in the world would accept him as an
umpire. No BD in test, No job for Asoka. Remember him being given bad decision against Sachin Tendulkar? This loser then never got a chance to stand in any India's game afterwards.

After the first test with so many bad decisions this moron had a nerve to complian to the match referee costing 10% match fee for Sakib and 5% match fee for Shahadat! Excessive appeal? How come there is no match fee reduction for so many bad decisions?

I love watching the game live but this idiot simply ruins everything. And we are all letting this happen as if nobody can do anything about it. If I was the captain, I would simply walk out of the game to send a clear message to ICC.
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Old July 17, 2009, 11:27 AM
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He failed his written exam, but threw a sob story to be accepted in.
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Old July 17, 2009, 11:27 AM
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agree.........
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Old July 17, 2009, 12:51 PM
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u dont get everything u shout for
N.B ashoka is retarded
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Old July 17, 2009, 02:19 PM
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ashoka took another one from riyad
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Old July 17, 2009, 07:42 PM
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Ashoka is incompetent for sure, but don't think he is biased. Some of his bad decisions went in favor of us also.
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Old July 17, 2009, 08:48 PM
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Ashoka is incompetent for sure, but don't think he is biased. Some of his bad decisions went in favor of us also.
Not against the better team.
While the India tour right after WC 07 created horrific feelings as the ODI series was completely altered by him from 2-1 to 0-3.
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Old July 17, 2009, 10:35 PM
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Well...a thread for every game about Ashoka seems to be the norm.

We should probably create one master thread and vent there...at least we'll know about all his screw-ups.
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Old July 18, 2009, 12:56 AM
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Giving just 1 bad decision in cricket can change the entire outcome of a game. It is like giving a wrong penalty in soccer. But 3-4 bad decisions? How about 3-4 bad decisions in an ODI? Is there any reason to play?

Does Asoka De Silva has to be involved in every single BD game?
And then give 3-5 bad decisions (or may I say biased decisions) against BD?
Is this his mission to destroy our cricket or ICC decision to ruin every single game BD has been playing?

This idiot has done so much damage that it is beyond imagination. With 2-3 more probabale test win including the one in Multan, our test status would be a lot stronger. Amazingingly there has been no official complaint against him by BCB. If there was any, obviously they were not strong enough!

Asoka fails to realize there is no other team in the world would accept him as an
umpire. No BD in test, No job for Asoka. Remember him being given bad decision against Sachin Tendulkar? This loser then never got a chance to stand in any India's game afterwards.

After the first test with so many bad decisions this moron had a nerve to complian to the match referee costing 10% match fee for Sakib and 5% match fee for Shahadat! Excessive appeal? How come there is no match fee reduction for so many bad decisions?

I love watching the game live but this idiot simply ruins everything. And we are all letting this happen as if nobody can do anything about it. If I was the captain, I would simply walk out of the game to send a clear message to ICC.

good article. BD official should complain about him to ICC.
agree with u all the way
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Old July 18, 2009, 01:16 AM
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Bad Umpires are world's number 1 Bangali killer!
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Old July 18, 2009, 01:42 AM
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bad umpires are world's number 1 bangali killer!

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Old July 18, 2009, 04:14 AM
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Old July 18, 2009, 05:56 AM
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Asoka is actually the best allrounder of the world. He can take wickets at will, he can get life at will. The ICC should honor him with the best allrounder medal.
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Old July 18, 2009, 06:05 AM
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Bangladesh Should not play any test or one day game under this mental sick idiot
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Originally Posted by reyme
Giving just 1 bad decision in cricket can change the entire outcome of a game. It is like giving a wrong penalty in soccer. But 3-4 bad decisions? How about 3-4 bad decisions in an ODI? Is there any reason to play?

Does Asoka De Silva has to be involved in every single BD game?
And then give 3-5 bad decisions (or may I say biased decisions) against BD?
Is this his mission to destroy our cricket or ICC decision to ruin every single game BD has been playing?

This idiot has done so much damage that it is beyond imagination. With 2-3 more probabale test win including the one in Multan, our test status would be a lot stronger. Amazingingly there has been no official complaint against him by BCB. If there was any, obviously they were not strong enough!

Asoka fails to realize there is no other team in the world would accept him as an
umpire. No BD in test, No job for Asoka. Remember him being given bad decision against Sachin Tendulkar? This loser then never got a chance to stand in any India's game afterwards.

After the first test with so many bad decisions this moron had a nerve to complian to the match referee costing 10% match fee for Sakib and 5% match fee for Shahadat! Excessive appeal? How come there is no match fee reduction for so many bad decisions?

I love watching the game live but this idiot simply ruins everything. And we are all letting this happen as if nobody can do anything about it. If I was the captain, I would simply walk out of the game to send a clear message to ICC.
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Old July 18, 2009, 06:05 AM
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Actually Ashoka is a very bad umpire.
My question is why the hell he has to be in almost every BD series?
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Old July 18, 2009, 06:24 AM
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Actually Ashoka is a very bad umpire.
My question is why the hell he has to be in almost every BD series?
Because he has to live by umpiring and no other team wants to take him in their matches. So only BD is left for him.
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Old July 18, 2009, 06:44 AM
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Because he has to live by umpiring and no other team wants to take him in their matches. So only BD is left for him.
Then ICC should sack him.
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Old July 18, 2009, 06:44 AM
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Actually Ashoka is a very bad umpire.
My question is why the hell he has to be in almost every BD series?
This is only his eighth Test involving Bangladesh since doing it for the first time in 2001-02. But when the team is not doing well, it is more convenient to think that is the umpire's fault and not the players
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Old July 19, 2009, 06:47 PM
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BTW, umps had handed us wickets of Richards and Dowlin (two most vital wickets in current WI team!) in ongoing WI innings - that should absolve them of their past injustice to Bangladesh team
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Old July 19, 2009, 06:55 PM
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Just read this article in a related topic -

http://www.cricinfo.com/ci-icc/conte...ry/410404.html

ICC board meeting

ICC gives umpire reviews the go-ahead

The umpire review system will be rolled out in Test cricket from October this year and umpires will have greater scope to decide on bad-light interruptions after the ICC adopted several recommendations from its cricket committee. The potential for a day-night Test in 2010 was also discussed at the ICC's meetings in Lord's this week, as was harsher penalties for slow over rates.

It was expected that the umpire review system would be introduced permanently following trials over the past year. This week's gatherings, including the ICC Chief Executives' Committee meeting on Monday and Tuesday, and the first day of the ICC board meeting on Wednesday, confirmed the development.

It was also agreed that day-night cricket would be explored further, with the potential for a day-night Test in 2010, if such issues as developing an appropriate ball and trialing it at first-class level could be resolved. Finding a suitable coloured ball remains one of the major stumbling blocks and Australia are keen to test several prototypes during a mock match, possibly during the 2009-10 summer.

The meetings also determined that play should only be suspended for bad light when umpires decided conditions were unreasonable or dangerous, rather than "unsuitable", as is currently the case. The umpires are expected to make that call on their own instead of offering the light to the batsmen.

Fines for slow over-rates will be doubled and a captain of a team guilty of three over-rate fines in the same format in a rolling 12-month period will be automatically suspended for one match. Match officials will also be encouraged to be more diligent in enforcing the playing conditions to minimise delays due to such interruptions as unscheduled drinks breaks.

The development of a new Future Tours Programme was also discussed. The ICC board meeting continues on Thursday, when the members will discuss, among other things, the 2011 World Cup.
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Old July 20, 2009, 01:52 AM
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Umpire review system my foot.
Its been decades since ICC exists, like they are doing the teams and fans a favor.
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that should absolve them of their past injustice to Bangladesh team
We are yet to Bat man!
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Old July 20, 2009, 03:06 AM
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This is only his eighth Test involving Bangladesh since doing it for the first time in 2001-02. But when the team is not doing well, it is more convenient to think that is the umpire's fault and not the players
Spot on.

But still 8 tests is enough for Ashoka to label himself as 'Killer Ashoka'
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Old July 20, 2009, 03:15 AM
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Bangladesh isn't the only side who gets dodgey decisions, every team gets them sometimes. the current Aus V Eng Ashes match has been full of dodgey decisions, they even have a thread dedicated to it over at cricketweb.
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Old July 20, 2009, 03:36 AM
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It has been said so many times by the officials and retired player that the umpiring standard has lower down at present.
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