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Life begins at 35?

shivnotout 2017-10-03 22:53:47 


shivnotout 2017-10-03 22:59:19 

and west indies shiv chanderpaul was so hungry for runs.he score 9 tons with 6 not out.after turning 35 old lol

this include his career best 203 no.ave 57.73 in 43 test wink

shivnotout 2017-10-04 22:20:17 

me shouda mention he name.dem read and run like skt lol

outside_edge 2017-10-06 00:25:27 

In reply to shivnotout

Since no one is interested in this thread other than you...I'll take the bait:

"In his past 11 test innings Chanderpaul has scored just 183 runs and he failed to pass 50 in the recent three-test series against England."

Chanderpaul had suffered a “rapid” decline in form and as a result, they had decided to look to the future.
This decision, Lloyd said had been communicated to Chanderpaul in a letter.
“Over a period of time, we have noticed a decline in his form and for the last 11 innings he has been averaging 16 and we thought the time had come to look towards the younger players, and that’s why he has been omitted.
His decline in form has been quite rapid,” Lloyd explained, while flanked by newly-installed head coach Phil Simmons.
“I just don’t think it is the last couple of games that he has failed, this is going way back. I watched the games against India, South Africa and he hasn’t done as well as we expected.”

anandgb 2017-10-06 00:48:55 

In reply to outside_edge

Shiv is still better than all of the top batsmen in WI cricket today

doosra 2017-10-06 08:43:43 

In reply to shivnotout

since when it changed from 65?

natty_forever 2017-10-06 08:50:46 

In reply to outside_edge... joke this.

shivnotout 2017-10-09 17:52:46 

In reply to doosra

since when it changed from 65?

thats when they start pay you, for your old bones lol

tc1 2017-10-09 20:07:20 

In reply to anandgb

When Everton Weekes and Clyde Walcott walked away from cricket they were the best in the world age 32 and 31.

become a full-time coach, write your memoirs.

openning 2017-10-09 20:43:26 

In reply to anandgb

Shiv is still better than all of the top batsmen in WI cricket today

He is still not a Michael Jordan, that can take over a game.
If we were winning, a 42 years old Shiv, will still be leading the youngsters

Narper 2017-10-09 22:31:56 

In reply to openning

You are always with this LAME argument

Which current international team depends on ONE batsman....and that ONE batsman is winning games for can go back 20 years if you want

openning 2017-10-09 23:30:54 

In reply to Narper

And any 39 years old player, on a losing team would be the first to go, especially a team that has been losing for a decade
If the West Indies T20 team was losing, fans would be asking for Gaye and other seniors heads also
Narp, if this team was winning, Shiv would be part of it.
It is his age and losing, the reason for Otis and Phil coaches asking him to retire

shivnotout 2017-10-11 08:35:20 

In reply to openning

It is his age and losing, the reason for Otis and Phil coaches asking him to retire

so Lancashire was thinking the same.before signing him lol