Quick-fire ridicule just does not cut it

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This is an interesting read!

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/spo...

For Border the answer was simple. Australians are not capable of cheating. Fair enough.

OK, now for some considered thinking. Firstly, it was Majeed's comments on the tape that prompted and then supported the decision by the London police to charge three Pakistan players.

So he is credible enough for the police to take the matter to court and thus cannot be dismissed out of hand as Border and Marsh want us to. And it is absolutely certain that Australian cricketers can act inappropriately when it comes to matters of integrity in cricket. And the authorities can be complicit in it.

In 1994 Australia toured Sri Lanka and Mark Waugh and Shane Warne were paid by a bookmaker to supply information. The ACB fined the pair in 1995 and covered the matter up until it was revealed by The Australian three years later.

So no more of the goody two shoes drivel.

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Clear case of double

Clear case of double standards here.

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Brother all they done is give

Brother all they done is give some weather conditions none if the match fixing that happen in Pakistan they are the cheats

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