Sunday, 3 April 2016
Wednesday, 10 February 2016
|Time bomb: Shortly after this photo was taken all 22 players had shot each other with big guns|
Wednesday, 20 January 2016
|Palin: "You will never take away Ishant Sharma's freedom to bowl like a drain"|
Sunday, 27 December 2015
|Amir: "Zero tolerance" on cheats|
Friday, 25 December 2015
|Heads: A delighted Virat Kohli smiles after calling correctly|
Wednesday, 9 December 2015
In the petition, which has attracted over seven signatures, Fury calls on the British government to stop Trump from ''crossing the border of decency and swarming into my underpants''. For his part, the billionaire said he was disappointed by the move, but that under his presidency Fury would still be welcome to come and fight in the US because ''he didn't have a funny name".
Despite the furore, Trump remains the 5/4 favourite to win this year's BBC Sports Personality of the Year.
Tuesday, 8 December 2015
Republican presidential candidate and statesman, Donald Trump, today called for a total ban on Muslims playing for the Pakistan cricket team. In a statement released by his campaign, the wealthy scarecrow-cum-lunatic said that excluding Shahid Afridi and "his lot" from the game was the only way to "keep America safe." At a rally later in the day, Trump explained he may reconsider his plan once the International Cricket Council "figure out what's going on with these Mexicans like Younus Khan."
When it was pointed out his proposals may be a little impractical for a nation such as Pakistan, where Islam is the dominant faith, the billionaire responded simply that, "There is strong evidence most Muslims hate cricket. A poll I recently conducted in my weird head made of straw and Oreos certainly came to that conclusion."
The move has brought condemnation from all quarters, with the PCB labelling Trump "even madder than Ijaz Butt" and some England fans talking the ultimate step of describing the businessman as a "Yankee Giles Clarke. But with even shitter hair". Pakistan fans were also united in their disbelief at Trump's plan although one, a Shoaib from Rawalpindi, said he would support the move if it meant "that bloody Misbah is removed as captain."
Despite further vast publicity for his campaign, many observers believe Trump has finally gone too far in his divisive views and his official spokesman did later appear to try and clarify the policy: "Mr Trump has no problem with Mexicans playing cricket for Pakistan," he explained.
Saturday, 28 November 2015
Sunday, 25 October 2015
|De Villiers: "The greatest threat facing cricket today"|