Sky showed England training at the Oval and Root's face looked fine, so we can add 'punching people in the face' to the ever growing list of things Warner is rubbish at.
So there was a thread in the ashes forum about who will be the pantomime villain. We now know as long as he isn't sent home.
There was too much swing early on and he nicked it.
Punching a nine year old...
Btw, Bell was a useful amateur boxer, so Davey would've been coming second there had it been the Warwicks man.
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- Gordon Taylor in 2009 following Marlon King's release after a prison sentence for sexual assault & ABH
Even if CA decides the crime doesn't warrant a lengthy ban, he is clearly a loose cannon......a few choice words from Prior or the slip cordon and he'll either flip or just be head****ed.
Voted Swann, even though I know it's Joe Root. If it happened again, think it would most likely be Swann. Reckon he'd really piss me off as an opposition player.
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Trott would be a fine candidate I would imagine.
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