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 06:36 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.
Who do Australia play next season?
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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