Sri Lanka Cricket Quotes

"Wherever I go, I try not to change anything. I give the ball air and try to get the batsmen out. I figure out the conditions. I have faith in me that I can adjust with the conditions."
Rangana Herath [Source]
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"I wake up at 5.45 sharp every day. I spend some concrete time in getting my son ready for his school. Once he leaves, I too go for running for three kilometers in my vicinity. Since I am into business as well, so I go to my office sometimes. I believe in early to bed and early rise."
Muttiah Muralitharan [Source]
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"We wonder how Malinga was in India when he had been asked to appear before the doctors in Sri Lanka on Wednesday."
Mohan de Silva [Source]
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"We are here on a mission to rebuild Sri Lankan cricket and there are lots of important role-players involved in the process. I have worked hard and rebuilt teams in the past and it is a similar situation here."
Graham Ford [Source]
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"Definitely there is a big flaw in the system. I don’t know where or how it had happened but there is and it will be a hard task to get it back in working order or in a viable condition soon. Otherwise Sri Lanka will not be in a position like this internationally today. Most players wouldn’t opt to leave the country to play county or league cricket in other countries."
Thilina Kandamby [Source]
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"All that we can do is stick to a combination and not try and change the team too much. Give them opportunity to settle down, and then try and see what they have come up with in terms of performances. Then we can take a call, as quick decisions won't solve this matter. We need to be patient."
Angelo Mathews [Source]
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"Thirimanne is the most technically sound batsman we have right now. He needs to be backed. Marvan Atapattu was still kept in the team after making six ducks, Sanath Jayasuriya was brought up the order after his repeated failures in the middle order."
Aravinda de Silva [Source]
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"After three months into the SLC election, the elected president cannot go to an International Cricket Council (ICC) meeting and the Sports Minister should take a decision regarding that. What's the point of having a president who cannot represent Sri Lanka at the ICC?"
Arjuna Ranatunga [Source]
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