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The Ashes
04-Aug-2015, 11:33 AM
Post: #311
RE: The Ashes
I think Adam Lyth's been lucky to keep his place, and Boycott's gone very quiet after being very vocal about him replacing the previous no1 Anderson will be a big loss but Finn's new action, matched Johnsone for pace is a big plus. Good to see the Aussies put in their place, win at Trent Bridge, the Ashes are back where they belong.
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05-Aug-2015, 07:19 AM
Post: #312
RE: The Ashes
And the added bonus is to keep Boycott quiet - what a w#nker
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07-Aug-2015, 09:40 AM
Post: #313
RE: The Ashes
Yes he described Freddie Truman as having the perfect action. Brian statham doesn't count as he's not from yarkshire. Oh to be an Englishman in Oz right now.
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08-Aug-2015, 07:11 AM
Post: #314
RE: The Ashes
The silence is deafening - but the press and commentators are sharpening their knives for blood - there will be decimation at player, coach and selector level. A total rebuild.
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08-Aug-2015, 02:21 PM
Post: #315
RE: The Ashes
Don't have any sympathy, they come across as arrogant. The Trent bridge, Cardiff and Edgbaston crowds were loud, let's say. Lords is a different story. Snooty old boys brigade. Maybe England should stop playing there? That'd shake em up. Think there'll be mass exody for Australia, maybe a complete rebuild just as England had after that 5 0 defeat. The new lads have excelled apart from Lyth, now it's won though why not give him another chance.
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11-Aug-2015, 03:12 AM
Post: #316
RE: The Ashes
They tried to be as arrogant as the old boys (Johnson et al - growing Lillee moustache etc), but didn't have the skill and bottle to carry it off.................................. Egged on by the Press. A sign of inexperience
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22-Aug-2015, 07:17 AM
Post: #317
RE: The Ashes
Another topsy turvey contest - at least you can't say it's boring
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22-Aug-2015, 08:59 AM
Post: #318
RE: The Ashes
No, credit to the ossies for refusing to lie down. All they've got to play for is pride and they have plenty of that. For England still a lot of problems. Openers, captain in my opinion and wicket keeper that can score a few runs. Magic wand time. Where are they.
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12-Sep-2015, 10:04 AM
Post: #319
RE: The Ashes
2-2 in the one dayers, when is the excitement going to end Smile Smile
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