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Reigniting the chucking debate
For starters, the ICC had been having issues with the Perth center, and previous reports indicated that this was seemingly to do with copyright issues and the ICC's secrecy - not flaws in the process itself.
However, this piece clearly highlights the issues at hand at a scientific level, which are specifically to do with the technical aspect of the process, and not just the procedural.
As a big fan of bowling, and Ajmal in particular, I had long been defending him online on the basis of the clearance of his action by the UWA in 2009. The release of the 2014 report, particularly the claims that the angle of his deliveries was measured in excess of 40 degrees, made me quiet down, since despite everything there was a law and he was shown to be breaking it.
Now that we've resumed debating the merits of the testing procedure, I feel confident in resuming my rants. However, my main issues with the chucking debate are not about the ICC's testing procedure, but rather how cricket as a sport frames and argues this debate.
For starters, the two things that piss me off are "the naked eye can always tell" and "long/short sleeves".
The naked eye thesis being disproven was why we have this debate to begin with. When Ranatunga challenged Darrell Hair, cricket was thrust into the world of science. The various testing procedures showed that just about every bowler, including famously chuck-free ones like McGrath and Hadlee, 'chucked' some degree while bowling. The 15-degree rule was thus used because it was the point that the naked eye could detect the chucking. In other words, it was the threshold at which the mistake being made by the eye (viewing some actions as straight) was covered over.
The naked eye also gets fooled by faster actions, and cannot in any way adjudicate for someone with a deformity - something both Mural and Shoaib Akhtar had. But most importantly, the naked eye test rests on the false claim that some people bowl straight while others don't. The reality is most don't bowl straight, but the eye can easily detect some and not others.
Now in a world where just about no important judgement is made via the naked eye (imagine drunk drivers and pregnancies being tested using the naked eye) cricket was made to show that it couldn't do the same. Yet in the aftermath of the ICC's recent (and increasingly shady) clampdown, we have had a clamour of not just internet trolls, but veritable legends of the game come out championing their unclothed eyes. It suggests that those people who trust the naked eye haven't really understood the debate over the past 20 years, and want things to go back to the way they were before science stepped in.
The second issue, that over the length of sleeves, is related to the myth of the naked eye. Because both bowlers and their detractors have internalised that the eye can be trusted to spot a bend, the issue of sleeve-length has become another way of determining if a bowler bowls legally or not. I have written previously on how the morality behind the sleeve-debate is essentially cricket's version of slut-shaming, and this idiocy has continued. One of the smaller hypocrisies of this debate is that while currently any bowler's legitimacy is openly commented on by players and experts based on the sleeves they choose, the one paragon of straight-armed spinners - Graeme Swann - bowled in full-sleeves for most of his career. Using 2D images and clothing length to judge chucking reinforces the idea that this is something that one can immediately spot and thus doesn't need 'fancy testing' to be proven right. Again, I find it hard to believe that people would accept such logic in other avenues in their life. ['Mr. Khan you have a history of heart disease and you're a smoker, but you look so good in this suit I'm betting you don't suffer from any chronic diseases.']
Both these issues are related to the larger issue I have with the chucking debate - the fact that it is cast as a moral debate. Chucking is a crime which cricket punishes with a no-ball within the game, similar to overstepping the crease. The only reason bowlers who are shown to chuck are banned is so that they can correct the problem if possible. Yet we have repeatedly seen respected individuals and powerful stakeholders mention chucking in the same breath as fixing.
So I would like to make two points here. A moral issue is one where you take offense to a particular situation based on a general sense of values that you hold. The chucking debate and specifically the debate over the morality of chucking is one that operates at two levels - within the sports, and within society at large.
In terms of within the sport, chucking is seen as a major example of cheating by gaining an unfair advantage. This is despite the fact that we have now spent over a decade and a half of systematically and overwhelmingly favouring batsmen. Be it boundary sizes, fielding restrictions, pitch conditions or my personal favourite, bat sizes, the modern game has continued to ravage any sense of balance between the bat and the ball. Bats are a particular bugbear for me. New technologies have allowed for bats to be made which are lighter and yet hit the ball further. These have been augmented by thicker edges and larger sweet spots, all of which have fallen within the relaxed laws governing bats. There are new technologies which allow edges not to carry to fielder and for bats which time yorkers to the fence, yet we never hear any major outrage. Of course, big bats do not justify chucking in of themselves, but they do point out to the hypocrisy of crying about cheating. If cheating is gaining an unfair advantage, then bowlers have far fewer sins than batsmen.
Beyond the sport, if we look at chucking with the moral values of society, we still struggle to justify the importance given to it. The current world champions are led by a man implicated in a major fixing scandal, which involves the former principal of his domestic side, who was married to the daughter of the owner of his side, who is also the head of the world's most powerful board and the chairman of the ICC itself. There have been lots of rumours about the insinuations of the IPL fixing scandal and the Mugdal report's findings.
Les we forget, fixing is an actual crime in society, and the game's biggest star and more importantly, the man running it have been implicated in a huge case. Yet not only have they retained their positions, Srinivasan managed to bulldoze a position paper which according to most people severely jeopardizes the future of the game. But do we hear Stuart Broad complaining about this, or any other cricketer or administrator? Once again, this is not me trying to justify chucking. What I am pointing out is that if we really do care about the moral issues in sport, then surely these are far, far more pressing than Ajmal's elbow.
Whether Ajmal chucks are not, or if chucking is fine, is not the point I am arguing here. My issue is how we look at this debate, because it suggests that rather than trying to reach a fair and rational conclusion, we are clinging to disproven methods and justifying them with hypocritical and false morality.
In other words, This… Is Bullshit (The Wire)
TL;DR using the naked eye and judging the length of sleeves are completely the wrong way to debate chucking, and lets not make this into a moral debate cuz that's bullshit.
EDIT: Gold! First of all I'd like to thank the Almighty...
2017–18 Indian Super League Guide
Welcome to my 2017—18 Indian Super League Guide! Here you'll find a brief overview of the Indian Super League, resources for following the league, and more!
For those who have even a marginal interest in Indian football will enjoy this. This guide comes just on time for the Indian Super League season which begins on 17 November and ends with the final on 17 March.
This is the second season preview/guide done on the Indian Super League. Like last season, let us start with some background on the league, which is now entering only its fourth season and its first season as a "proper league" which goes for five months. A lot of the information here will be copied and pasted from the previous guide to provide much needed context while some will be modified to fit what has happened in the last year.
(More information can be found at /IndianFootball)
BackgroundThe Indian Super League is a franchised-football league in India which was founded in 2013 and which began its first season in October 2014. For the first three seasons, the league was not part of the official Indian football pyramid, meaning that the league champions were not eligible for Asian international competition (the AFC Champions League or the AFC Cup). This is because the official league of India was still the I-League. However, starting from this season, both the ISL and I-League share the distinction of being the top league of India with the I-League champion getting the AFC Champions League qualifying spot and the ISL champion getting the AFC Cup qualifier spot.
Currently the league runs from November to March and features ten franchises. The league has a round-robin regular season, followed by a finals series contested by the four top teams from the regular season. Each team plays each other twice, home-away, for a total of 14 games each before the finals. The semi-finals feature the 1st place team playing the 4th place team while 2nd takes on 3rd, both in two-legged fixtures while the final is one-leg and takes place at a neutral venue.
Roster wise, each team a "marquee" head coach (a coach who has coached at the highest levels before or who is a brand name). The league also features a salary cap (In 2016 it was 17.5 crore which is around $2,600,000 but no word on this season).
For the first three seasons, marquee players were a requirement in the ISL but from this season, they are no longer required but can be signed. Each team is also allowed at least 8 foreigners (a drop from 11 during the first three seasons) and at most, 18 Indian players, on each roster.
As said above, the league was founded in 2013 by IMG-Reliance (a partnership between International Management Group and Reliance Industries), the marketing partners of the All India Football Federation, and STAR Sports. The goal of the league is to essentially help popularize football around India and increase the quality of the game in the country.
Franchises were purchased in March 2014 and saw lots of interest from Indian industrialists, as well as Bollywood and cricket stars. Bollywood actors such as Ranbir Kapoor, John Abraham, and Hrithik Roshan got involved while cricket players like Sachin Tendulkar, MS Dhoni, and Virat Kholi bought teams.
First three seasons
The first two seasons have been looked at as being very successful for the ISL. The first season saw great marquee players join the league. Luis Garcia signed for Atletico de Kolkata, Robert Pires signed for Goa, David Trezeguet with Pune City, Nicolas Anelka with Mumbai City, Alessandro Del Piero with Delhi Dynamos, Elano with Chennaiyin, and David James with Kerala Blasters. Renowned coaches as well like Peter Reid, Antonio Habas, and Marco Materazzi also joined the league.
These marquee players and coaches eventually seemed to work as the first season of the ISL saw massive crowds come to the stadiums all around the league. By the end of the season, the average attendance was 24,357. That number was many times larger than that of the I-League, which averaged around 5,000. TV numbers were also very impressive. Eventually the league ended with the final at the DY Patil Stadium between Atletico de Kolkata and Kerala Blasters. Atletico de Kolkata took the first title after a 1-0 victory through a Mohammed Rafique last minute header.
The second season was equally as successful, if not more. Roberto Carlos joined as a marquee player-coach for Delhi Dynamos while John Arne Riise and Florent Malouda also joined Delhi. Helder Postiga became the marquee for Atletico de Kolkata but got injured after 1 game (in which he scored a brace). Lucio also joined Goa.
Attendance rose in the ISL for season two. Average attendance ended up being 27,111, with Kerala Blasters being the highest attended team. Chennaiyin FC were the champions this edition, defeating FC Goa in the final 3-2, after entering the 90th minute down 2-1. Hero of the Season (awarded to the best player) was Steven Mendoza, who now plays for Bahia in Brazil's Brasileirão on loan from Corinthians.
The third season sort of came and went the same way season two went. New coaches such as Gianluca Zambrotta, Steve Coppell, Alexandre Guimaraes, and Nelo Vingada came into the league while marquee players included Aaron Hughes, Diego Forlan, Didier Zakora, Mohammed Sissoko. Postiga came back to Atletico de Kolkata while Arne Riise moved to Chennaiyin while Malouda became the marquee for Delhi Dynamos.
Attendance saw a decrease this season due to a couple teams switching stadiums and some teams lower their capacity as India prepared to host the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup (which occurred last month). For example, Atletico de Kolkata went from the 68,000 seater Salt Lake Stadium in 2015 to the 11,000 seater Rabindra Sarobar Stadium in 2016. Kerala Blasters were again the highest attended team, averaging 49,343 and attracting over 55,000 to the final.
In terms of on the field, Atletico de Kolkata came out as champions for the second time in three seasons. They defeated the Kerala Blasters in the final, once again, in Kerala. Unlike in 2014, this final was decided on penalties after the match ended 1-1 after 180 minutes. The top scorer was Marcelinho, with 10 goals. Malouda was the Hero of the Season.
The league has come under a lot of controversy since its foundation with many Indian football fans questioning the intentions of the league when it comes to grassroots and actually developing the game. One of the biggest controversies about the league comes from how it cheapens the domestic league already going on in India, the I-League.
The I-League is the technical top division in India and runs like any football league in the world (pro/rel etc) but since being founded in 2007 has never seemed to work to help popularize the game nor make the game profitable. Critics have questioned how IMG-Reliance, as marketing partners, help the I-League when it seems like nothing is done to help the league. Also, when IMG signed their deal with the AIFF in 2010 to become marketing partners they also added a clause which allowed them to form their own franchise league if they wanted, and thus why the ISL exists today.
The ISL was also criticized for its short and IPL like schedule. For the first three seasons, the ISL ran for only 2-3 months, with the regular season lasting from October to the beginning of December and the final happening 2 weeks later. There would also be games every day with teams sometimes playing games with two full days of rest and sometimes after traveling across the country. This, however, is set to change this season and improve more for the 2018-19 season.
Growing pressure from FIFA and the AFC, as well as other Indian football critics and clubs, have forced the AIFF to move on fixing the league system in the country. In June 2016, a proposal was put to the table by the AIFF's marketing partners, IMG-Reliance, in which they would expand the ISL from 8 teams to 10-11 while also expanding the length of the league from 3 months to 5-7 months. The ISL would then become the top-tier league for India while the I-League would "dissolve". A new second division known as "League One" would be tier 2 while "League Two" would be tier 3.
Promotion/relegation would occur between League One and League Two but not the ISL. The ISL would remain a closed league for what the AIFF said would be at least 5 years while the league stabilizes and licensing agreements are fulfilled. This did not sit well with current I-League sides, mainly Sporting Goa and Salgaocar, who knew they would be pushed aside to the 2nd Division. This lead to the two Goan sides to withdraw from the I-League and complain to FIFA. Some I-League teams did support the proposal.
So the 2016 season came and went before finally, in June 2017, all stakeholders in Indian football, from IMG-Reliance, the AIFF, and the I-League clubs met with the AFC in Malaysia. The proposal from 2016 was put on the table again and once against rejected. Some I-League clubs meanwhile wanted a full merger between the I-League and ISL. Finally, in July 2017, it was confirmed that for one season, both the ISL and I-League would be first divisions with the I-League getting AFC Champions League and ISL getting AFC Cup (our Europa League). This is for one season only.
The league also expanded by two teams (from 8 to 10). Bengaluru FC, the two time champions of the I-League, moved from the I-League to Indian Super League. Tata Group, owners and operators of the Tata Football Academy, an academy that has developed so many players for the national team the last two decades, also one a team. The team will be known as Jamshedpur FC.
For those who want to see some clips from the league, here are a few select videos and highlights:
2016 Final Highlights between Atletico de Kolkata and Kerala Blasters
Shootout between Delhi Dynamos and Kerala Blasters in the semi-finals
The crowd at a Kerala Blasters game
Great goal by Delhi Dynamos and best ISL player Marcelinho
Malouda goal vs Atletico de Kolkata
Great goal from Milan Singh
Then 18-year old leftback Jerry Lalrinzuala's goal against Goa
An entire playlist from 2015 considering other highlights can't be found on youtube
Now that the background is done, here are the opening two rounds for the upcoming season. All matches begin at 20:00 Indian Standard Time with some occurring at 19:30. Below this are mini club profiles with links to relevant pages. If there are any questions then I would be more than happy to answer them. Enjoy the league!!!
Indian Super League Club GuideTeam: ATK
Nickname: The Bengal Tigers
Stadium: Salt Lake Stadium
Head coach: Teddy Sheringham
- Regular season: (W-D-L, Pts) 4-8-2, 20
- Position: 4th
- Top goalscorer: Iain Hume (7 goals)
- Average attendance: 11,703
- Finals progress: CHAMPIONS
Founded: 2013 (Entered league in 2017)
Nickname: The Blues
Stadium: Sree Kanteerava Stadium
Head coach: Albert Roca
2016-17 season (I-League):
- Regular season: (W-D-L, Pts) 8-6-4, 30
- Position: 4th
- Top goalscorer: Sunil Chhetri and CK Vineeth (7 goals)
- Average attendance: 8,752
- Finals progress: Ain't no finals in the I-League! They did win the Federation Cup, India's version of the FA Cup.
Nickname: Super Machans
Stadium: Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium (Chennai)
Head coach: John Gregory)
- Regular season: (W-D-L, Pts) 3-6-5, 15
- Position: 7th
- Top goalscorer: Dudu Omagbemi (4 goals)
- Average attendance: 22,139
- Finals progress: Did not qualify
Nickname: The Lions
Stadium: Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium (Delhi)
Head coach: Miguel Angel Portugal
- Regular season: (W-D-L, Pts) 5-6-3, 21
- Position: 3rd
- Top goalscorer: Marcelinho (10 goals)
- Average attendance: 19,357
- Finals progress: Eliminated in semi-finals to Kerala Blasters (2-2 aggregate, 3-0 on penalties)
Nickname: The Gaurs
Stadium: Fatorda Stadium
Head coach: Sergio Lobera
- Regular season: (W-D-L, Pts) 4-2-8, 14
- Position: 8th
- Top goalscorer: Rafael Coelho (4 goals)
- Average attendance: 17,661
- Finals progress: Did not qualify
Nickname: Men of Steel
Stadium: JRD Tata Sports Complex
Head coach: Steve Coppell
- Regular season: Did not exist
- Position: How can they have a position?
- Top goalscorer: Ain't got no players last season.
- Average attendance: 0
- Finals progress: They won!
Stadium: Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium (Kochi)
Head coach: Rene Meulensteen
- Regular season: (W-D-L, Pts) 6-4-4, 22
- Position: 2nd
- Top goalscorer: C.K. Vineeth (5 goals)
- Average attendance: 49,343
- Finals progress: Runners-up
Stadium: Mumbai Football Arena
Head coach: Alexandre Guimarães
- Regular season: (W-D-L, Pts) 6-5-3, 23
- Position: 1st
- Top goalscorer: Diego Forlan (5 goals)
- Average attendance: 7,396
- Finals progress: Eliminated in semi-finals to Atletico de Kolkata (3-2 aggregate)
Nickname: The Highlanders
Stadium: Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium
Head coach: João de Deus
- Regular season: (W-D-L, Pts) 5-3-6, 18
- Position: 5th
- Top goalscorer: Emiliano Alfaro (5 goals)
- Average attendance: 26,729
- Finals progress: Did not qualify
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Head coach: Ranko Popović
- Regular season: (W-D-L, Pts) 4-4-6, 16
- Position: 6th
- Top goalscorer: Anibal Zurdo (5 goals)
- Average attendance: 8,588
- Finals progress: Did not qualify