Originally Posted by benchmark00
Well you just don't listen to the right things because it has been explained ****.
Young fast bowlers need their work load managed until they turn 24/25. After that, they are much more resilient and don't need to be managed to the same degree. But until then, to ensure they can play as much cricket as possible, in the near and far future, they need to be rotated because they can't handle it.
You can either accept that or you can yell at more faceless men ****. But that's the facts.
I want to know how they manage it, what they count as work load and why the **** it isn't working. If you want to rest them for those reasons, and given the way of scheduling I've said rotation of fast bowlers will become the norm, you need compelling evidence the idea of resting them is working. Because right now they're getting managed to the point where if they take an extra stroke flogging themselves they get a spell, but they're still repeatedly breaking down. Whatever they're doing, they're doing it wrong.