Feeble headline of the week

‘Sachin Tendulkar is arguably the best batsman of my generation’

The Guardian have set the bar low. Can anyone stoop lower?


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11 Appeals

  1. Is that meant to be Gary Barlow, or Ken Barlow?

  2. Or even Peter? Best character for me.

  3. How about “Sachin Tendulkar is the best batsman I have personally seen playing in a Cricket ground I drove to in my private car”

  4. I was intrigued by Cricinfo’s headline “Flower wants accuracy from Broad”
    Really??
    Is there a time when the coach wants any of his bowlers to be inaccurate?

  5. Weird headline of the day:

    ‘Dhoni’s whisky advert angers team-mate’s mother’

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/jul/19/india-cricket-captain-whisky-advert

  6. KC – classic example of a sub-editor reading the first paragraph of a story, writing the headline and not bothering to look at the rest of the piece.

  7. I can add

    ‘Sachin Tendulkar is the best batsman I’ve seen not bat’.

    When we went to watch the last India series, India were in the field all day/most of the day.

    He did take KP’s wicket though.

  8. How’s about “Rob Key is arguably the best batsman in his back garden”.?

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