Just had a thought - I don't think that it's fair on Jager for us to be able to change our picks mid-round as it compromises his subsequent choices should his first pick become taboo.
Since Jager knows our 'back-up' players he can't then choose that player if other people need to use their 'back-up' player after their first choice also becomes taboo. There would be yet another clash of players. It all seems too messy to me.
Better to e-mail your choice as a one-off and be done will it.
What do you feel Jager? (I hope you understand what I'm getting at)
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ATG XI: Jack Hobbs - Len Hutton - Don Bradman - Brian Lara - Graham Pollock - Gary Sobers - Alan Knott - Malcolm Marshall - Shane Warne - Dennis Lillee- Sydney Barnes