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Harsha Bhogle looks back on the fourth week of IPL 2013

ESPNcricinfo staff

May 8, 2013

Posted by iamshank on (May 9, 2013, 9:55 GMT)

Harsha, I have a lot of admiration for your cricket knowledge and commentary skills.. but lately I must confess that you have started to become very jarring. Please stick to facts and stop trying to be funny or entertaining - you come across as a cheap JJcolony side-kick ! We want to listen to your cricketing facts not your "flat" wisecracks and "please-all" remarks.

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Posted by iamshank on (May 9, 2013, 9:55 GMT)

Harsha, I have a lot of admiration for your cricket knowledge and commentary skills.. but lately I must confess that you have started to become very jarring. Please stick to facts and stop trying to be funny or entertaining - you come across as a cheap JJcolony side-kick ! We want to listen to your cricketing facts not your "flat" wisecracks and "please-all" remarks.

Comments have now been closed for this article