Rahndi Ghit’s view of the Indian Super League

The Indian Super League is in its third season – the games are getting stronger, as is the quality. Indian players are famous for their bravery and courage. Perhaps less skills than their coaches…who are just oozing quality. Molina from Spain, Marco Materazzi, Gianluca Zumbrota, Zico from Brazil, Steve Coppell…and the list goes on. The … [Read the full story]

Elephants are forbidden in the Indian Super League

Many years ago soccer was not even practised in the streets of Calcutta or Bombay. It was even considered the sport of the poor. But after seeing how the US has promoted the game and are very successful, it is time for the continent of India to play the game. They are in their 3rd … [Read the full story]

The Ashes in high heels…surely not

In the build-up to the Ashes in the old country, the English are trying to put Australia off their game by spreading the match over three different varieties of cricket…by also allowing the ladies to win the Ashes. In India this would not be allowed. The tremendous fast bowler Bunged Itin could not be bowling … [Read the full story]

Watch for tricks from the Poms in The Ashes

Australia has named their proposed test team to play The Ashes. I have no doubt they will bring back the winnings. Australia have a new team who is young, but has experience…and certain to give their best. Talking of the best, in India we are seeing the last games to be played by the greatest … [Read the full story]

I thought Sledging was an Olympic sport?

India is the spiritual home of all cricketers. Every space in India, young boys and girls are playing the game. But how can Sri Lanka be seeing off the famous Aussies. We are the best in the world with the exception of a few South African batters. England invented the game but they are history. … [Read the full story]

College girls get their Twits out

College girls in America have sparked a new Twitter craze of posting cleavage shots while wearing their college sports teams’ strips. Busty babes from the University Of Kansas sparked the ‘KUBoobs’ trend – which is also known by the hashtag #boobment. And now there are hundreds of examples across the web of supporters showing their … [Read the full story]

Australians seem to breed the best jockeys

I have been very upset by the comments received from Aussie racing fans about my racing column. I have many years experience of racing around the world. The best racing in the world is in England. The majesty of Ascot, the enormous size of Goodwood, the bitter cold of Catterick (where there are more cows … [Read the full story]

Does ‘get knotted’ mean, ‘do yoga’?

Hello to all my fans. It’s good to be back after my holiday in India. Thank you for all your comments on my last article about test match cricket. My English is not good enough to understand the colloquial terms used by some of my fans. I once spoke to my Guru and asked him … [Read the full story]

Why are we not more successful at the Olympics?

Years ago in my country we had the very best cricket and hockey players in the world. Squash was a most certain gold for us every four years. Now we are beaten by China and other asian countries who have overtaken us to win our gold medals. We understand how our friends in Australia feel … [Read the full story]

The Chinese have a history of testing positive

Questions over the performance of Ye Shiwen come after a string of Chinese swimmers tested positive for doping in recent years. China won 12 of the 16 women’s titles at the 1994 world championships in Rome but these achievements were sullied less than a month later when seven Chinese swimmers tested positive for banned drugs … [Read the full story]

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