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Friday, September 02, 2005

By the Boock

What the England press is too polite to say, Richard Boock cuts loose with in the NZ Herald.
Remarkable. Just when we thought we had seen it all; an Australian captain not only acknowledging the existence of a "spirit within the game", but even accusing the opposition of not playing within it.
Where will it all end, you might ask, and who knows? Brett Lee condemning beamers?
Shane Warne promoting fidelity? What about the chances of Glenn McGrath discovering humility?

1 Comments:

  • From the same article

    "The ultimate irony is that the existing time constraints on players were only imposed after the antics of the 1981 Australians and, in particular, fast-bowler Dennis Lillee, who took to enjoying a shower and a change of shirt at the end of each spell."

    By Blogger Rishi Gajria, at 13:26  

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