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Cricket Quotes from Navjot Singh Sidhu

Navjot Sidhu an ex Indian cricket international player did some commenting in New Zealand a few years ago and came up with these gems.


Statistics are like mini skirts what they reveal is suggestive what they conceal is important.


Statistics are like a drunken man who leans on a lamppost, for support not illumination.


Every crow is proud of his dung heap.


From the garden of patiance strenght grows best.


Father time don't make round trips.


Up on their toes like a midget at the urinal.


He is like the weather cock (very unpredictable)


The darker the berry the sweeter the juice.


Few burdens are heavy if everybody lifts.


You cannot whistle an orchestra.


The opening batsman have been changed like a childs nappy and proberly for the same reason.


To catch a trout you have to lose a fly.


A true test of courage is to live instead of die.


Gamblers are like toilets, broke one day and flush the next.


Don't die until you are dead.


The only thing you can get in a hurry is trouble.


Like a man who sits on a stove and complains his backside is burning.



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