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Should Harbhajan be banned?

Harbhajan has always been controversy's favourite child. But even by his outrageous standards, his act of slapping Team India teammate Sreesanth is one step too far. Do you think the BCCI should ban Harbhajan for this mindless act?

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Posted By: Sanjay On:28/04/2008
He should be Banned and also not allowed to ever play any matches either for the country and also for any state.
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Posted By: Cry baby Shreeshanth On:28/04/2008
harbhajans action is reprehensible but the way Shreeshanth cried(LOL) sorry!! shows who is really the MAN and whos just a punk ready to be slapped around.
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Posted By: awinash On:28/04/2008
He should be banned for Life Time as such indiscipline act in sport should not be tolerated by any governing body for any sport. We have a number of good spinners who can replace and perform better than Harbhajan. India is full of talented players and IPL is promoting those talents very well.
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Posted By: Arun Shastri On:28/04/2008
It is about time that somebody taught this kid some manners. I think this is a tight slap on his(Bhaji's)face from BCCI, and this is only the first one. If he wants to play cricket any further, he must learn his lesson from this.
Bhaji I am one of your fans when it comes to playing cricket but you have crossed your line. You need to have patience my friend, WIN AND LOSS is a part of the game.
ALSO Sreesanth and also fellow cricketers you better learn your lesson from this.....
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Posted By: Mrs. Durga On:28/04/2008
The BCCI has taken a right decision by banning Bhajji for the rest of the matches. India produced great cricketers like Sunil gavaskar, Gudappa Vishwanath, Kapil Dev, Ravi Sastry Bedi and many more who were known for their sportive game. This would also be a lesson for the short tempered players like Sreesanth and Ishant Sharma. After all it is a game played to foster better relations among countires and people. Such a indisciplinary action will not be appreciated by any one.
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Posted By: Hamsa On:28/04/2008
It's over now! He has been handed a ban - 11 IPL matches - the lightest punishment - it would cost him, though. He deserves it for his deed was unpardonable.
Also, Sreesanth must stop looking at others ferociously. It's vulgar and abominating. If he doesn't he should be punished as well.
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Posted By: CHEENI On:28/04/2008
IT MAY BE A MISTAKE OF SREESANTH ALSO BCOZ HE DIDN'T WANT TO COMPLAIN ABOUT IT.HE MAY WOULD HAVE INSULTED HARBHAJAN FOR LOOSING THE GAME AND THIS MAY BE THE REASON TO MAKE HARBHAJAN ANGRY,BUT IT WAS A MISTAKE HE SHOULD HAVE COMPLAINED AGAINST HIM
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Posted By: GOWTHAM On:28/04/2008
IF THE MISTAKE WAS TOTALLY OF HARBAJAN THEN HE CAN BE PUNISHED ELSE BOTH SHOULD BE WARNED.ITS A BIG LOSS FOR MUMBAI INDIANS
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Posted By: ashwin netrabyle On:28/04/2008
Without a doubt....he is to banned...is a curse in gentleman's game...He inflicted more salt on injury by repeating the same mistake on Indian soil...Success has gone to his head...he needs to prune his attitude and counselling may bring cheers on his face again..His shameless act brought Indians' morale to a new low
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Posted By: ashwin netrabyle On:28/04/2008
Without a doubt....he is to banned...is a curse in gentleman's game...He inflicted more salt on injury by repeating the same mistake on Indian soil...Success has gone to his head...he needs to prune his attitude and counselling may bring cheers on his face again..His shameless act brought Indians' morale to a new low
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