The behaviour of Messrs Lalit Modi and N Srinivasan cannot shock or surprise me, but I have been distressed at the way in which some respected cricket commmentators have become apologists for the IPL and its management. Theirs is a betrayal that has wounded the image of cricket in India, and beyond. George Orwell once said: “A writer should never be a loyal member of a political party.” Likewise, for his credibility and even his sanity, a cricket writer/commentator should keep a safe distance from those who run the game in his country.
Honestly that’s the game I love too. And in IPL we have everything other than a game of cricket being played. It just can’t be right. And finally someone who has taken every level of Indian cricket to the cleaners.
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