CBF starting a new thread on what is a fairly small point, but I've been thinking whether there has ever been a more ridiculous selectorial situation than a country's head of selectors thinking a player had retired when he actually hadn't. IIRC there was some discussion during the recent warm up series to the real thing that Katich hadn't actually ever retired from international cricket, but Inverarity thought he had. Can anyone recall something like that ever happening before?
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Nah but if you retire from Australian FC cricket you effectively retire from international cricket for Australia.
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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
I was unavailable for selection for my club one weekend 15 years ago and haven't been picked since - been waiting for the call but turns out they thought I'd retired
Not sure someone with a 34/107 ratio is fit to comment on the subject.
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