So Sachin Tendulkar supposedly got real mad after Chappal supposedly questioned his attitude. Sachin then supposedly talked to some person at The Times Of India [supposedly a reputed newspaper ahem] and made all those angry statements and then everyone was overjoyed [including me] when we realised the man had finally grown some balls. A few days later Sachin supposedly claimed that he never said any of those things. This of course made people very upset because their favourite batsman/toothpaste model had gone back on his word. Navjot Singh Siddu used every Siddhuism he could think of to show his disappointment on my favourite cricket/fight show 'Turning Point'. This is also the same show that people call to see how many times they can say 'hello' live on National Television before the TV anchor or Siddhu yells at them. Next the BCCI was offended and sent a 'show cause' notice to Sachin and Yuvi [supposedly for inappropriate choice of girlfriend and overuse of makkan] which made me think that the people running the BCCI and the people who ran MCC [my old college in the Bengluru citysides] are one and the same. Now that i think about it Dr. Ramesh [of MCC] and Rajeev Shukla [BCCI mouthpiece] do look alike. Next we hear that Sachin and Yuvi [back in India after mini vacation with friend Bhajji in London sources close to me say] supposedly apologised to the BCCI. The next day NDTV reported that Sachin spoke with them and told them that he never apologised to anyone since he didn't have anything to apologise about since he never said anything in the first place. [supposedly] And just now the BCCI made this statement: "We are satisfied with the replies given by Sachin & Yuvraj. The matter is over now." How can the matter be over? There's obviously a Sachin imposter out there making all these statements and taking them back. Find him quick and ask if he can bat. Me thinks we could use him for the Bangladesh Tour. The thought of our team having to face those scary Bangladeshi pace bowlers on those hard bouncy tracks in Dhaka is simply too much for me to handle.