That's ITSTL.It's important we bounce back in Sydney and give the fans something to be proud of. We've got to prove to ourselves and the fans that we're still good cricketers.
I was more coming from the POV of "the end of one of the finest batsmen in the history of the game".
Last edited by Spark; 28-12-2010 at 07:36 PM.
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get ready for a broken ****in' arm
Congrats England, too good. Ricky will maybe get his farewell at Sydney then retire from tests.
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Argh I hate that I feel a little bit sorry for Ricky. I guess I wouldn't mind if he got a pair in Sydney before having an amazing 2011 and finally retiring before the next Ashes.
Wouldn't mind if Sydney was a decent game of cricket without a ridiculous collapse from either side.
For all his faults on the field, Ponting is always gracious and speaks very well when the Australian side loses. Not what you'd call a sore loser at all, just an emotional competitor in the heat of the moment.
Who's up for watching Ashes Glory 06/07 right now?
Another great photographic moment:
NZ could be above us in the rankings by then. I doubt we'll beat anyone in the next 12 months, certainly not SA or India, obviously.
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