The story of a CSK fan

  • Uses “Whistlepodu” in every sentence he utters, during the months of April and May, every year
  • Goes around telling people that CSK is the most consistent team in IPL history. Feels very proud about it
  • “Like”s any post in Facebook that praises CSK
  • Uses a #CSK hashtag for any random tweet, just to ensure CSK wins the “Twitter battle” every single time
  • Has to deal with people who do not know the difference between betting and fixing
  • Supports RR and MI in all non-CSK matches, just for the two legends Dravid and Sachin, respectively
  • Believes that any match is within CSK’s reach as long as MSD is in the middle
  • Backs Murali Vijay to perform even during his worst patch, giving a justification that he is a “Playoffs/Finals specialist”
  • Hates Gurunath Meiyappan now
  • Loves the commentary of Danny Morrison
  • Refers to Badrinath as “The Crisis man” or “The Mini-Wall” or “Junior Mr. Cricket”
  • Keeps referring back to MSD’s match-winning knock in Dharamshala, 2010
  • Always backs CSK, win or lose.

– Proud fan of the Chennai Super Kings (2008 – forever)

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3 responses to “The story of a CSK fan

  1. Yes Ofcourse. But still CSK could have won the match yesday. Bad Luck. Ashwin should have been asked to hit also as at that time every thing was over. Over all BEST PERFORMANCE BY CSK in the tournament.

  2. munazzah zarreen

    i love the way csk has performed throughout…..in all 6 editions of the ipl…..best of luck for cmng seasons……whistlepodu roar for the kings…….

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