We are the army, the Barmy Army
Oh we are mental, and we are mad
We are the loyalest, cricket supporters
That the world has ever had
he's hit that
+ time's fickle card game ~ with you and i +
get ready for a broken ****in' arm
well you overturned the other one so
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
Please overturn. Honestly, bloody hotspot...
Clicker in the pocket
why is this taking so long, everyone knows it's out...
Proudly supporting the world's no 1 spin bowler Rangana Herath and the mighty Sri Lankans!
I even made a domestic thread
Dar continues to troll Australia with overwhelmingly consistent umpiring this northern summer.
Gotta love Twatto's reaction.
He must have a pretty fair idea he's hit that, but wears the uncomprehending expression of an outraged Gorilla who's just arrived back from the jungle to find a Bonobo diddling Mrs Gorilla.
- As featured in The Independent.
"Predictably, the ending of his international career did not end the argument about Pietersen's merits, as an army of informed commentators and Piers Morgan weighed in to defend or attack him."
- The Guardian's Andrew Anthony
They need to come up with a formal written protocol for these things and publicise it so everyone knows where they stand. ie. what criteria have to be met for decisions to be overturned/confirmed.
"Wrong but not bad decisions".
FFS, Micky. Making a mockery of the language there. Can we also then have "Right but not good decisions"?!?!
not sure if cameraman messing with us or eclipse...
"He uses statistics as a drunken man uses lamp-posts.. . For support rather than illumination. " - Andrew Lang (1844-1912)
The point effectively being made is a decision where technology has overturned in an instance where the technology has a better chance of getting it right - eg. as in this case where the evidence consists solely of a sound with no deviation. If the onfield umpire doesn't hear the noise then he can't give it out and therefore hasn't made a bad decision.
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