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Bloody hell, bits and pieces can spin it: Michael Vaughan trolls Sanjay Manjrekar over Ravindra Jadeja comment


first_img 6.53 Rohit Sharma R. Sharma c Tom Latham b Matt Henry 59 Square Leg 1 India IND 221 24 0 B 239/8 vs Ravindra Jadeja (IND) R. Jadeja (IND) third Man Square Leg Super Over 1 5 r New Zealand 43 covers 0 Rishabh Pant R. Pant c Colin de Grandhomme b Mitchell Santner Match Ended Yuzvendra Chahal Y. Chahal c Tom Latham b Jimmy Neesham New Zealand beat India by 18 runs 77 (59) Ross Taylor (NZ) R. Taylor (NZ) Point Mid Wicket 0 India Today Web Desk ManchesterJuly 9, 2019UPDATED: July 9, 2019 19:04 IST Ravindra Jadeja picked the wicket of Henry Nicholls during India vs New Zealand semi-final. (AP Photo)HIGHLIGHTSRavindra Jadeja sent back Henry Nicholls for 28 during India vs New Zealand semi-finalAfter Jadeja took a wicket, Michael Vaughan trolled Sanjay ManjrekarSanjay Manjrekar had earlier called jadeja a ‘bits and pieces’ cricketerFormer England captain Michael Vaughan on Tuesday once again took a dig at crickter-turned commentator Sanjay Manjrekar after India all-rounder Ravindra Jaedeja broke a crucial partnership to jolt New Zealand during the World Cup 2019 semi-final against India in Manchester.In the 19th over of the 1st semi-final of the 2019 World Cup, left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja snared New Zealand opener Henry Nicholls. The ball sneaked through Nicholls’ bat and pad to crack the stumps as Jadeja broke the 68-run stand between Nicholls and skipper Kane Williamson.Soon after Jadeja’s crucial breakthrough for India, Michael Vaughan took to Twitter to pull Manjrekar’s leg over his ‘bits and pieces’ comments on the Indian bowling-all rounder.Bloody hell Bits & Piece can Spin it …. #CWC19Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) July 9, 2019IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings also did not let go off the chance to troll Manjrekar.Quadrennial ExaminationFill in with suitable idioms/phrasesQuestion #8That partnership was broken into ____ & ______. @imjadeja #SirJaddu #WhistleForIndia #INDvNZ #SemiFinal1 #CWC19Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) July 9, 2019A few days back, Manjrekar had called Jadeja a bits and pieces cricketer.”I am not a big fan of bits and pieces players which Jadeja is at this point of his career in 50-over cricket. In Test matches, he is a pure bowler. But in 50-over cricket, I would rather have a batsman and a spinner,” Manjrekar had said.Ravindra Jadeja was far from impressed with Manjrekar’s analysis and took to Twitter to say that he has had enough of Manjrekar’s ‘verbal diarrhoea’.advertisementStill i have played twice the number of matches you have played and i m still playing. Learn to respect ppl who have achieved.i have heard enough of your verbal diarrhoea.@sanjaymanjrekarRavindrasinh jadeja (@imjadeja) July 3, 2019However, after Jadeja’s impressive bowling against Sri Lanka, Manjrekar surprised everyone by picking the former in his predicted playing XI for the New Zealand semi-final. The commentator later dropped the all-rounder from his squad and justified it in a thread of tweets.Also SeeFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. 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Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAnita Jat Tags :Follow World Cup 2019Follow Ravindra JadejaFollow Michael Vaughan 10 0 covers (49.3) Point c Colin de Grandhomme b Mitchell Santner (50.0) fine Leg Colin de Grandhomme de Grandhomme 3 Square Leg 3.7 0 e/r 13 0 third Man third Man 0 1 14.28 Point third Man Point 74 (90) Top Batsmen Top Batsmen 6s 0 New Zealand NZ wd All batsmen are considered right handed c Tom Latham b Jimmy Neesham Bloody hell, bits and pieces can spin it: Michael Vaughan trolls Sanjay Manjrekar over Ravindra Jadeja commentWorld Cup 2019: Former England skipper Michael Vaughan took a shot at commentator Sanjay Manjrekar after Ravindra Jadeja picked a wicket during the semi-final between India and New Zealand. fine Leg 216/8 ( MS Dhoni 48.3 Overs) , c Kane Williamson b Trent Boult 25 Trent Boult T. Boult 1 2 2 Mid Wicket All batsmen are considered right handed Mid off 0 Point Virat Kohli (c) V. Kohli (c) lbw b Trent Boult third Man 0 All batsmen are considered right handed 0 6.5 16.66 1 Toss: NZ elected to bat Dinesh Karthik D. Karthik c Jimmy Neesham b Matt Henry Mid off 0 62 Mid on covers Mid Wicket 0 1 4.3 3/43 (10) Square Leg 0 Lockie Ferguson L. Ferguson 56 third Man Square Leg third Man 1 0 fine Leg Mid off 32 run out (Martin Guptill) 1 3 Referee: David Boon (AUS) Umpires: Richard Illingworth (ENG), Richard Kettleborough (ENG) and Rod Tucker (AUS) 1 Square Leg 100 Mid off Bhuvneshwar Kumar B. Kumar b Lockie Ferguson c Jimmy Neesham b Matt Henry Scorecard Matt Henry M. Henry (50.0) 130.50 Top Bowlers Top Bowlers Point – All batsmen are considered right handed Jasprit Bumrah J. Bumrah not out Square Leg 0 0 51.61 0 ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019, 1st Semi Final covers Extras: 16 runs (B: 0, LB: 3, WD: 13, NB: 0, P: 0) 217/9 ( B. Kumar 49 Overs) , No data available! Mid off Square Leg Mid Wicket MS Dhoni (wk) MS Dhoni (wk) run out (Martin Guptill) nb 50 42 49 10 0 India third Man 3/37 (10) not out Mid Wicket ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019 Time: (GMT) | 15:00 (Local Time) KL Rahul KL Rahul c Tom Latham b Matt Henry commentary Mitchell Santner M. Santner fine Leg covers 77 1 4 view more view less (49.3) All batsmen are considered right handed Mid off Ravindra Jadeja R. Jadeja c Kane Williamson b Trent Boult Mid off c Kane Williamson b Mitchell Santner Mid on 2 Mid on Bhuvneshwar Kumar (IND) B. Kumar (IND) 0 4 lbw b Trent Boult 4s Point 0 0 Square Leg c Tom Latham b Matt Henry 221 2 covers 37 Mid on 7.3 covers view full scorecard 3 covers India batting IND batting graphs 24/4 ( D. Karthik 10 Overs) , ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019 fine Leg All batsmen are considered right handed 69.44 New Zealand NZ 0 0 4.2 (49.3) All batsmen are considered right handed 25 4/1 ( R. Sharma 1.3 Overs) , fine Leg 4 221 0 Mid on 208/7 ( R. Jadeja 47.5 Overs) , Mid Wicket c Tom Latham b Matt Henry b Lockie Ferguson 4 o India IND 10 w Point Point 32 Mid Wicket S/R 2 72 Mid on Fall of Wickets 92/6 ( H. Pandya 30.3 Overs) , 0 fine Leg 1 1 1 6 7 5 Mid on Mid off 239/8 Mid Wicket 6 3.4 fine Leg 2 3 Series Status: Player Of The Match: Matt Henry Match Ended Mid Wicket third Man 71/5 ( R. Pant 22.5 Overs) , m New Zealand Bowling NZ Bowling Matt Henry (NZ) M. Henry (NZ) Jimmy Neesham J. Neesham Mid off covers 0 All batsmen are considered right handed 5/2 ( V. Kohli 2.4 Overs) , 10 221/10 ( Y. Chahal 49.3 Overs) , 2 All batsmen are considered right handed 0 R 34 Mid on fine Leg 57.14 Hardik Pandya H. Pandya c Kane Williamson b Mitchell Santner 5/3 ( KL Rahul 3.1 Overs) , advertisement Mid on Nextlast_img read more


Senior Technical Manager – Powertrain Fuels and Research


To develop and manage SMMT’s Technical Testing and Research Programme in support of SMMT’s technical, regulatory and policy agenda, developing SMMT’s expertise and technical evidence base.To provide accurate and effective advice, briefing and support to senior management, colleagues and members on lead dossiers and responsibilities and other projects as required.Qualifications/Skills/Attributes required:Professional engineer with a degree in Automotive Engineering and Chartered Engineer status (or willingness/working towards to). Other relevant engineering degrees (eg fuels, aerospace, marine, mechanical) will be considered subject to proven experience in powertrain technology, fuels and/or technical regulations.Proven professional experience in automotive industry or relevant government departments, agencies or sister industries. This should include regulatory experience, practical engineering, project management and supervisory positions.Good knowledge of the global regulatory framework for motor vehicles, experience in technical legislation and processes and awareness of current automotive issues. Able to interpret, provide guidance on requirements and shape regulatory content, policy and strategy. High awareness of the commercial and engineering context in automotive desirable.Highly motivated team player with the drive and ability to lead across diverse teams, projects and issues, continuously challenging and developing self and able to motivate and inspire others. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to form trusting working relationships with members, government, stakeholders and colleagues.Excellent communicator (written, verbal and presentational), clear, diplomatic and able to adapt to relevant context and audience. Able to command authority in technical, legal, political discussions, provide accurate and succinct briefings to senior executives, and communicate effectively to technical and non-technical audiences. Competent in the use of information and communication technology commensurate with duties.Good project management and organisational skills. Ability to multi-task, respond flexibly to needs of business and SMMT members, and self organise work effectively on different projects and issues, follow and deliver on SMMT internal processes and timelines.Willingness to undertake regular travel, both in the UK and Europe, to attend meetings and conferences. Main duties include:As SMMT technical specialist on powertrains, fuels and noise within the Environment Team to provide influential expertise on core dossiers and lead related SMMT regulatory work at UK, EU and UN level, supporting departmental objectives and services and SMMT business strategy.To provide the secretariat to the relevant SMMT Committees/Working Groups and component efficiency. Pro-actively manage their agendas, papers and activities and deliver key actions arising, working with committee/working group members, SMMT colleagues, government and other stakeholders.To develop and project manage a prioritised SMMT Technical Testing and Research Programme in support of SMMT’s technical, regulatory and policy agenda, seeking input on priorities from lead SMMT technical committees and working with SMMT technical, environmental and policy teams to ensure programmes aligns with the wider SMMT priorities.To liaise and consult with member companies, government and key stakeholder on all relevant subjects and documents, to solicit member input to create an evidence base and draft influential SMMT proposals, positions, responses, papers and presentations as required.To represent SMMT/UK views at/to meetings of relevant industry, governmental and standardisation organisations in the UK, EU and globally and influence the work of relevant organisations’ working groups as appropriate.To provide regular technical information/circulars, briefing and support for members, SMMT colleagues and relevant SMMT committees and trade sections as requiredTo deal with technical and legislative enquiries from industry, the public, and outside organisations in a professional mannerTo liaise with other teams in the Department and other SMMT departments on technical mattersTo prepare succinct and clear briefing papers, slides and materials for senior managementTo keep abreast of legal, technical, policy and other developments in relevant fieldsTo maintain the appropriate records and filesTo undertake any other duties or projects as directedSalary and benefits package:The package includes private medical insurance, company pension scheme, flexi time, 25 days annual leave, childcare vouchers, interest free season ticket loan (after 6 months).Deadline for Applications:14 August 2015Method of Application:Prospective candidates should e-mail jobsweb@smmt.co.uk with a CV and covering letter quoting your salary expectations.Early applications are encouraged as interviews will take place and the position offered before this date if a suitable candidate is found.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Purpose of the Post:To lead as SMMT technical specialist for powertrains, fuels and noise on regulations, standards, government policy and strategy in all relevant technical areas for the UK automotive industry, developing SMMT views and positions working with member companies, colleagues and stakeholders, and representing SMMT members’ views to government and other stakeholders at UK, EU and UN level.Lead dossiers include but are not limited to:Powertrain technologies – advanced gasoline and diesel, alternative fuels, high-efficiency transmissions and electrified drivetrainsEmissions – On/off highway regulated emissions including after-treatment systemsTest procedures for determining regulated emissions, drive-by noise and component efficiencyFuels – alternative and advanced fuels, standards, policy & strategy read more