Bloody Darrel Hair has done it again!

Here you go. Darrel Hair, the controversial racist, has done it again. A wonderful game of cricket spoiled again by Darrel Hair’s incompetence and police-man-like-attitude. I don’t think there has ever been such a worst umpire in the history of cricket. I salute ICC for having him for so long despite all the controversies. I am sure we all remember what he did to Muralitharan and Shoaib Akhtar and most recently Danish Kineria. There is a long list. And just a few weeks ago in headingly test he set a new standard of incompetence which I am sure will be very hard to break. How many poor decisions in that match, you tell me.

I am a football fan and I always thought football referees make so many mistakes but this, I have never seen anything like that. PCB should have asked ICC not to appoint Mr. Hair in any match involving Pakistan. Sri Lanka has successfully done it so why can’t why?

I am really really hoping he is kicked in his big butt this time. He has been boiling my blood for sometime now. I think Inzi and company should never have come out once they had taken a just stand. Darrel Hair should either prove what he said or he should be shown a Red Card and banned for life.

5 Comments so far

  1. Abbas Imran (unregistered) on August 21st, 2006 @ 1:20 am

    I agree, we should m protest against that racist bastard. he should be banned.


  2. Bilal (unregistered) on August 21st, 2006 @ 1:38 am

    let’s just wait for the decision first. i think Pakistan has done stupid thing. they will end up losing a match which they could have won.

    in any case it is an unfortunate incident


  3. Erum Siddique (unregistered) on August 22nd, 2006 @ 12:09 am

    you guys really think anything will happen to Darrel Hair? I bet Inzi will be banned for a few matches instead. you wait and see. this is called badmaashi!


  4. Raza (unregistered) on August 22nd, 2006 @ 3:53 am

    From whatever has been presented so far, there doesn’t seem to much evidence for ball tampering and Hair would sure be in a bind to prove anything beyond a doubt. As far as any disciplinary action is concerned, ICC knows of his behaviour quite well and since they have stuck with him for this long and even sided with him after the incident, we will be hard pressed to find anything done to him at all. Another possibility is that most likely, if its found that there were unfair umpiring on his part, he might just retire to save face rather than have this blemish on his career (which certainly isn’t clear in blemishes in public eyes).


  5. jas (unregistered) on September 4th, 2006 @ 1:10 am

    maybe pakitan had not tempered with the ball this time but they do have a very bad reputation for this the best thing would have been to be on the feild and finnish the match they would have won in a canter inzaman should have thought of it but with his limited brain u cant blame him for his blunder he may be the top player in the subcontinent after sachin and dravid but his knowledge on cricket is very limited



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