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Does the other boards' dependence make India's bullying inevitable?

Steve Waugh, Mike Atherton, Mark Nicholas, broadcaster Jim Maxwell, and CEO Cricket NSW Andrew Jones in a panel discussion at the ESPNcricinfo for Cricket Summit, Brisbane

Producer: Arya Yuyutsu

November 27, 2013

Posted by BiSymonds on (December 4, 2013, 4:58 GMT)

Seems to me that Mark Nicholas went overboard in trying to get the panel to speak out against India. I didn't notice much reaction from Waugh or Cricket NSW. But he just kept going on and on.

Posted by   on (December 1, 2013, 22:35 GMT)

what did the abc radio commentator go on about on the 1st q asked to him!!!

Posted by Big_Chikka on (December 1, 2013, 12:18 GMT)

If private sector businesses put in "x" they get back 10 times x, BUT the game is the peoples not the private sectors, though somehow i cannot fathom who of the people own any property rights to it!!!!!!!!!!! So the upshot is this is BUSINESS nothing more...............or less. And, strange that the characters that make cricket are not just from Australia, England and India. Big money always find big pockets to land in, namely a handful or lucky people.

Posted by willsrustynuts on (December 1, 2013, 11:51 GMT)

Funny how commentators think that it is only the fans paying to go to the stadium that get a bum deal.

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