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    Yeah, I too thought this was about Darren, because I entered it after hitting "New Posts", rather than through the WC forum...

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    I thought the Mad Darren part would have pointed out I wasn't actually serious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Baconator
    Is it dumb to think this is Darren Lehmann talking about the Ashes when you open the thread?
    My thoughts too regarding the player concerned.

    However, I felt that he was talking about the football because it seemed understandable that it was likely to be a cry for help, a plea for someone to notice him and to give him a job.

    A bit like the old, washed-out wino saying 'spare any change?'

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