Brad McNamara @bbuzzmc
Will say this once and then nothing else. Defamation laws quite clear in Aus.be careful.
healy says "matthew wade just has to jog on..."
keeping up with the lingo it seems
Well I didn't expect Harris to be injured before the tour, given his usual recovery time he must be a huge doubt now.
Bl**dy Johnson's going to end up in the squad isn't he? Australia somehow can never manage to be rid of him. Don't do it selectors. I'm begging you!!!
Overall though, I like the 30. I mean, judging historically, it's sh*** and it's England's Ashes to lose, but it's certainly a lot more credible than the rabble that was picked for India. Smith was unlucky though. I like him and am hoping he steps up in the future.
'It is hard to recall a batsman quite so serene, so unrushed, so unflappable.' Chris Ryan on ... look to the left. Ahhhh.
A decent squad from the selectors. Glad there's no MJ or Maxwell. 1 day in and Harris is injured, oh boy. England can't be worried about our bowlers. Odds on they will see more physio tables than batsmen.
i was so drunk i may have. no recollection.
I hope benchy wasn't banned for anything to do with our head to head. Disagree with the ****, but all in good fun from my point of view.
And yes Harris, ice up son and stay fit, Starc recover from the surgery, Patto Sidds and Bird no running with scissors. We don't want any Johnson call ups thanks very much.
The Ashes 2013 : Faulkner prepared for extra batting responsibility | Cricket News | Australia in England - The Ashes | ESPN Cricinfo
Faulkner certainly seems to have a good technique and his temperament seems OK too, I'd love to see him succeed at 7 which allows us to play 4 frontline seamers along with a spinner.
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Rejecting 'analysis by checklist' and 'skill absolutism' since Dec '09
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