I'll have you know the "Cricket Forum Posting" curriculum in Australia has never been better thank you very much
Says more than I ever could.
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Indians can't bowl - Where has the rumour come from as I myself and many indian friends arwe competent fast bowlers ?
With the English bid I said: Let us be brief. If you give back the Falkland Islands, which belong to us, you will get my vote. They then became sad and left
Mate, SS1, read your own posts more carefully. The logical implication genuinely could not be more obvious and you're making yourself look pretty silly trying to argue the exact opposite of what you just said.
I merely pointed out that Pietersen is a matchwinner in response to some fool suggesting he is more of a 'match loser' and gets out once he makes 30 (that is what looking pretty silly is all about). It isn't my issue if somebody decides to infer from that I don't believe Clarke is a matchwinner. I never even discussed whether Clarke is a matchwinner or not. Furthermore, in an earlier post I actually posted my thoughts on Clarke, which were entirely complementary.
Hiding behind emoticons and making snide remarks is pretty average to me. I joined this forum a few days ago and to be perfectly honest, I've never come across a more irrational forum in my life. The reality seems to be that if you don't agree with somebody, you get a volley of snide comments thrown at you. I get ridiculed for suggesting KP is a matchwinner yet a bloke who posts he 'gets out at 30' when he averages 49 is entirely plausible and fair ?!?!?
Again, read your own posts more carefully. And others, too.
You said you'd take Pietersen over Clarke because Pietersen is a match winner in post #369.
Benchmark didn't say "Pietersen is more of a match loser than a match winner. Plays stupid shots and finds ways to get out often when he's on 30" until post #371, so your post was not in response to that.
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