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It's Tiger Time
Mar 17, 2003
Australia v Sri Lanka tonight, Finch and Warner are well over due for some runs. Josh Inglis is waiting in the wings, he's a huge talent, i'm a big fan.

MD Jazz

Tiger Legend
Feb 3, 2017
Good statement by QDC. Ridiculous that they find out the directive on the way to the game. His reaction shouldn't be taken as anything more than disappointment at the process itself and the lack of planning. Sounds like discussion and engagement doesn't happen much in Sth African cricket.

Kneeling should simply be a supportive statement against racism. Not as support for a quasi political movement with potentially more extended intentions.

I support the kneeling as a "stand" against racism.
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Tiger Legend
Jun 4, 2006
Not aware of any on-field problems cricket has with racism. Shaking the other bloke's hand and wishing him good luck is hard to go past as a simple show of equality without any outside connotations. But if QdK is happy to kneel before every match we can move on.
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