Kotla's toilets irk former Indian cricketer

thecheers.org    2007-11-22 11:42:02    

The Delhi District Cricket Association (DDCA) has done a good job in giving the Ferozshah Kotla a brand new look, but its efforts do not seem to be good enough in some other departments.
The Delhi District Cricket Association (DDCA) has done a good job in giving the Ferozshah Kotla a brand new look, but its efforts do not seem to be good enough in some other departments.

Toilet facilities at the stadium did not impress former Indian leg-spinner Laxman Sivaramakrishnan.

"Delhi is the capital and look at the condition of the toilets at its main cricket stadium," cricketer-turned-commentator was heard murmuring.

He was apparently miffed over the lack of cleanliness and the stink emanating from the toilets.

Perhaps, what irked Siva was the fact that the washroom was located in the old pavilion of the ground. The old pavilion has the commentary and press boxes and some space for VIP passholders. (ANI)
© 2007 ANI


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