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 61 
 on: October 06, 2015, 08:01:06 AM 
Started by Cover Point - Last post by Blwe_torch
this is a gift.... ab gangulians ki khair nahin :)

kya khair nahin?
tumhari jhaant jal rahi hai..... hum to bas tamasha dekh rahe hain ::cheers::

why are you interested in my Junk?

only interested in your discomfiture about the topic :evil4:

 62 
 on: October 05, 2015, 10:31:33 PM 
Started by Cover Point - Last post by Cover Point
this is a gift.... ab gangulians ki khair nahin :)

kya khair nahin?
tumhari jhaant jal rahi hai..... hum to bas tamasha dekh rahe hain ::cheers::

why are you interested in my Junk?

 63 
 on: October 03, 2015, 07:23:12 AM 
Started by Cover Point - Last post by Blwe_torch
this is a gift.... ab gangulians ki khair nahin :)

kya khair nahin?
tumhari jhaant jal rahi hai..... hum to bas tamasha dekh rahe hain ::cheers::

 64 
 on: September 30, 2015, 05:17:56 PM 
Started by Cover Point - Last post by Cover Point
this is a gift.... ab gangulians ki khair nahin :)

 65 
 on: September 29, 2015, 06:32:37 AM 
Started by Blwe_torch - Last post by Blwe_torch
Eugeneson Lyngdoh: From engineering dropout to a crorepati
Edwin D'Sa,TNN | Sep 29, 2015, 10.44 AM IST

PUNE: From an aspiring engineer to an engineer of moves on a football field, Eugeneson Lyngdoh is an owner of a fascinating journey of twists and turns. Lyngdoh came to the city in 2005 in pursuit of his BE degree at Maharashtra Academy of Engineering (MAE). His college was near Alandi. But his football devotion proved stronger.

Today, the 28-year old Bengaluru FC player considers himself fortunate to be picked up by FC Pune City for a fabulous sum of Rs 1.05 crore in the Indian Super League draft. And add to it the icing on the cake- he was adjudged Best Indian Player of the I-League by the FPAI (Footballer Players' Association of India) on Sunday.

The midfielder, who hails from Shillong, hopes that his journey will help parents to look at football as a profession and will draw necessary encouragement in future. "In India, parents normally don't allow their children to take up football as a career. But my ISL contract should be an eye-opener. Parents letting their kids play will unearth more talent. I hope my example will benefit other aspiring players in the country."

Lyngdoh had a couple of things going for him: His father SK Sunn is a president of Rangdajied United (northeast) and despite his team getting relegated to the I-League second division, he was picked by India's most professional club - Bengaluru FC in 2014.

The atmosphere for football was not so rosy when Lyngdoh came to Pune in search of academic qualification. In the third year of his engineering course, he realized that football had a special place in his heart.

"I represented the college football team, then Pune district team and then Pune University .I was more involved playing football than engineering. I was playing every tournament there was. I also played for local team Thundercatz for a while.

"When I got a backlog in studies I had to stay home and that's when I got a chance to play for Rangdajied United. Then Shillong Lajong kept calling and I joined them and that's how it just went on," said Lyngdoh who has been playing in the I-League for four years now.

He rued the lack of proper channels in the country to guide young and upcoming footballers. "I was never in an academy. I always wanted to play football but I never had the right path to go about it. I had to do my engineering then quit it midway to end up playing football. Had I started played football at a younger age and given proper coaching, who knows what I would have been by now. There has to be a proper academy to become a footballer."

The engineering drop-out made his debut for India in March this year against Nepal.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/sports/football/indian-super-league/top-stories/Eugeneson-Lyngdoh-From-engineering-dropout-to-a-crorepati/articleshow/49148263.cms

 66 
 on: September 28, 2015, 06:50:47 AM 
Started by Blwe_torch - Last post by Blwe_torch
‘Typhoon’ Tyson passes away Down Under
AGENCIES — UPDATED ABOUT 4 HOURS AGO

LONDON: Former England fast bowler Frank Tyson has died at the age of 85, his former county Northamptonshire announced on Sunday.

Northamptonshire announced the news on their website, stating that Tyson has passed away in hospital on Australia’s Gold Coast — where he emigrated after retiring — following a period of ill health.

Nicknamed ‘Typhoon’ due to his ferocious pace, arguably Tyson’s finest performance came in the 1954-55 Ashes in Australia, when he helped England to a 3-1 series win.

After a slow start, Tyson finished the five-match series with 28 wickets, including 10 in the second Test in Sydney and career-best innings figures of 7-27 in the third Test at Melbourne.

“Northants Cricket offers sincere condolences to Frank’s family and friends at this sad time,” Northamptonshire said.

Born at Farnworth in Lancashire, Tyson played 170 matches for Northamptonshire, claiming 525 wickets at an average of 20.94, and took 76 wickets in 17 Tests for his country at an impressive average of 18.56.

Tyson graduated in English literature from Durham University. After retiring Tyson moved to Australia and became a school headmaster, whilst also working as a coach, commentator and journalist.

“Frank ‘Typhoon’ Tyson will forever be remembered as a great of English cricket,” said Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland in a statement.

“Throughout his career he struck fear into the hearts of batsmen around the globe. But once his playing days were over he chose to settle here in Australia, the country where he had become a household name.

“Over many years he became a much-loved and greatly admired member of the Australian cricket community where he coached and mentored countless players in Victoria and Queensland.

“He also made a wonderful contribution to the coverage of the game in Australia as a broadcaster and cricket writer. Cricket Australia mourns his loss and extends its deepest sympathies to his wife Ursula, family and friends at this sad time.”

Tyson, overall, played 244 first-class matched between 1952 and 1960, bagging 767 wickets but his unusual bowling action, which enabled to deliver the ball so quickly, took a toll on his body and he quit at age 30.

Published in Dawn, September 28th , 2015

http://www.dawn.com/news/1209359/typhoon-tyson-passes-away-down-under

 67 
 on: September 27, 2015, 06:40:10 AM 
Started by Cover Point - Last post by Blwe_torch
News padhi to bas muh main paani aa gaya .... (Thanks Achu for the news)

Dene waala jab bhi deta ... deta chappad phaad ke .....


khushi se naanch rahe ho bhai?!! tumhe to matam maanana chahiye :icon_scratch:
( dancing with joy?! you should be grieving) :evil4:

 68 
 on: September 26, 2015, 07:41:48 AM 
Started by Blwe_torch - Last post by vincent
CP, you are stuck on Ganguly. It is a worrying obsession that we have followed for a decade now. Go get a doctor or eat some gobi ka parantha. Otherwise you are such a charming fellow!

Can I get a prescription for the Gobhi ka paratha?

There you go:

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yw9teDkyIw


 69 
 on: September 26, 2015, 06:27:05 AM 
Started by Cover Point - Last post by CLR James
:)

 70 
 on: September 25, 2015, 02:55:03 PM 
Started by Cover Point - Last post by ruchir
Is this the the face of the possible new future BCCI president?


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