Originally Posted by Prince EWS
You'll find I probably agree with you about this more than most of this forum, but you can't use residency to support your argument, because then Kev's residency becomes a factor too. You opened the door.
And? Where does his parents live in England? I am not using residency to support any argument. I am saying he was brought up as a South African with a South African culture. He just plays cricket for England like Alan Lamb did but his loyalty is only for himself and not for his team. Put him on 98 with a no 11 batsman in a test with a 1 ball in the over left and he will run 2 runs getting a 100 leaving the 11 exposed