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Looking for good match, any team who goes underdog later on in the game that's the team i am supporting. If its gets close any team who held their nerves all the way- thats what i am supporting. Anyway, looking for good old exciting cricket match.

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Neither for me. No matter who wins we will see the sight of some monkey waving his national flag around like his country is the best in the world. In india thousands die weekly from hunger and in Pakistan dozens die from bombs placed in mosques by their own people!

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Who are you supporting? Who should we support as sikhs?

I feel my loyalties should be directed towards the nation where I was born, which has educated me, given me a home, and indeed everything I have. Hence, whenever England participates in a sporting event, I invariably support them.

As for India and Pakistan, neither of them has every done anything for me. I couldn't care less who wins. Really, I find its a win-win situation. I'd love to see the Pakistani underdogs wipe the smirks off of the faces of those smug Indians, and I'm always delighted when Pakistan has its pretensions to grandeur repudiated and is put back in its place.

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Who are you supporting? Who should we support as sikhs?

I support England and people who oppose peado gangs, whose side are you on?

Football is better and it's FACUP weekend not time for cricket

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I support England and people who oppose peado gangs, whose side are you on?

Football is better and it's FACUP weekend not time for cricket

Im on the side of standing up for those oppressed and against oppressors, in this case the oppersion is does by mirpuris not pakistani punjabis as a whole.

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A sport is a sport, it doesn't matter who you support, the winner is usually the one who's players are the best with combination of traits: stats, determination, and loyalty to victory.

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I support kings xi panjab in cricket! Its the closest we can come to supporting our desh, our REAL DESH! Watchin a team with panjabis, n most of all sikhs in there is good feeling. India used to have atleast some singhs in their national team, but i suppose fact is, in panjab, nobody cares about cricket! Hockey, weightlifting, kabaddi n wrestling r more popular.

Yea hammertime is right tho, football, IS, the be all n end all of sports, no contest. A singh and a kopite for life!

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Too bad no one takes football seriously in our community. All Sikh team is something I can see myself supporting not this boring cricket game.

I don't know which 'community' you belong to but the one I belong to are football mad (hence the sheer number of dastar wearing Singhs in the stadium the whole world sees on their TV's each time a premier league match is televised). I remember my grandad telling me how, when he was little in Punjab, cricket was unheard of the pends. The only games they knew and loved were volleyball, kabaddi and football whereas cricket was known as the game played by the Bombay and Karachi wallahs. Just as Bombay and Karachi were alien places in lands that didn't belong in Punjab their pathetic excuse of a 'sport' where nothing happens for 5 hours and then someone hits a ball with a stick and then nothing happens again were also alien. But then seomething happened. What happened was that, because we mattered, a Karachi walla (Jinnah) made promises to us to join him, and then a Bombay wallah (Nehru) saw what the Karachi wallah just did and made even better promises to us if we joined him. We (and I promise I'll remember the cricket analogy in a moment), fell for the Bombay wallah's promises and went with him (btw, the Bombay wallah's promises were for an independant 'Khalistan').

So....'cricket'....Well, now that the bombay wallah's have taken us over I suppose we have no choice but to embrace their game.

India or Pakistan ?

Is this not the same as asking whether i prefer pol pot or genghis khan as a mass murderer ?

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cricket is huge in punjab im currently their right now and alot of ppl in my pind play it and were all watching india vs pakistan tht day. but your right alot of nri punjabis seem to like playing Hockey (which is crap) alot more then cricket for some reason. I sometimes play cricket at the park with ppl but only 1 was sikh rest were pakistanis. Sikhs should be supporting cricket more then ice hockey and soccer (football) because these sports have more of a connection to desi people and we can show other communities tht we will put our sports before theirs!

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Now cricket is played in the villages. But until 90s, this game was mainly played by the city folks since Cricket is not a very athletic sport so one does not need to be that physical strong to play this sport. Back then it was field hockey which dominated the villages because boys from the villages had good diet and were physically stronger and more athletic. In Doaba it was football. But now due to spread of drug usage, even the boys in the villages are growing weak like the city boys and that's why now cricket is so popular in villages along with city foods like noodles, burgers and other junk food

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Now cricket is played in the villages. But until 90s, this game was mainly played by the city folks since Cricket is not a very athletic sport so one does not need to be that physical strong to play this sport. Back then it was field hockey which dominated the villages because boys from the villages had good diet and were physically stronger and more athletic. In Doaba it was football. But now due to spread of drug usage, even the boys in the villages are growing weak like the city boys and that's why now cricket is so popular in villages along with city foods like noodles, burgers and other junk food

So sad, all us uk sikhs should take time out from our daily lives and go there to help our people out

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cricket is huge in punjab im currently their right now and alot of ppl in my pind play it and were all watching india vs pakistan tht day. but your right alot of nri punjabis seem to like playing Hockey (which is crap) alot more then cricket for some reason. I sometimes play cricket at the park with ppl but only 1 was sikh rest were pakistanis. Sikhs should be supporting cricket more then ice hockey and soccer (football) because these sports have more of a connection to desi people and we can show other communities tht we will put our sports before theirs!

What do you mean "for some reason" ?

Can you not read ghettosikh ? Before you asked that question I told you the reason in the post before that. Did you not read how cricket was a totally alien sport to the mass of Sikhs in Punjab but was instead the sport of foreign Karach wallas' and Bombay wallas. Them foreign bombay wallas took over your land by trickery and deceipt and in the process imposed their foreign values on Punjab. One of those foreign values is the pathetic 'sport' of cricket. If anyone needs proof that their policy of total enslavement is now complete, they only need to look at your message.

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