Cricket Web's current Premier League Tipping Champion
- As featured in The Independent.
"I don't think that they'll come close to us to be honest."
- Steve Smith before the Ashes
Also penned a tune called Hedley Verityesque, so he's obviously something of a cricket man.
WAG, knew he was a white, didn't know he was into his cricket as well
WWCC - Loyaulte Mi Lie
"People make me happy.. not places.. people"
"When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life." - Samuel Johnson
"Hope is the fuel of progress and fear is the prison in which you put yourself" - Tony Benn
#408. Sixty three not out forever.
Piers Morgan shouldn't be allowed to communicate full stop.
Pradeep Magazine - I really hate this guy
Harsha Bhogle - I quote the great man, "who would have thought that there would be a place for the big fast bowler who takes wickets in T20?" no sarcasm, I kid you not
Michael Slater (the lesser Australian Mark Nicholas)
Peter Roebuck - unless he proves he can write an article without mentioning how amazed he is by multiculturalism
Why shouldn't two of the greatest cricket writers this country has ever seen (Simon Barnes and John Woodcock) be allowed to write?
Appreciating cricket's greatest legend ever - HD Bird...............Funniest post (intentionally) ever.....Runner-up.....Third.....Fourthcricket player"; "Bob"), 1/11/1990-15/4/2006
(Accidental) founder of Twenty20 Is Boring Society. Click and post to sign-up.
In Barnes' case for being an associate of Phil Edmonds - anyone see that disturbing Dispatches programme last night about Phillipe Henri's links with Mugabe?
Sorry but I seem to be in full-on disagree-with-oitoitoi mode today.
Simon Barnes is always worth reading even though on occasion he needs to be read with a wry smile.
I really cannot stand Mark Nicholas as a commentator but he is much less irritating as a writer.
Angus Fraser and Derek Pringle.
On a serious note, Malcom Conn. Truly deplorable.
Last edited by Pratters; 28-07-2009 at 03:40 PM.
Can only presume Piers Morgan wrote one of the most idiotic pieces Gelman has ever read - on the subject of the 2009 Ashes.
Was my first reaction anyway.
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