How can you say Rudi Koertzen? No personality, doesn't give a toss about cricket fans and is too old for the job.
For my favourite it's a tricky one, it is between Simon Taufel and Aleem
Second point - it's exactly his job to maintain the interests of cricket fans. Cricket is not a sport any more, essentially.No personality? Clearly wrong. As you are on the second point, other wise he wouldn't be doing his job, and the third is just ageist.
Umpiring at the highest level is a ridiculously difficult thing, and they should be applauded for their efforts towards the game.
Second point - it's exactly his job to maintain the interests of cricket fans. Cricket is not a sport any more, essentially.
Third point is not ageist at all. Age is an important factor for an umpire, football referees have to retire at 46, umpires should have a similar restriction.