Flintoff is a better batsman, bowler and fielder.
IMO, Beckham isn't even a good footballer. Yeah, so he can take free kicks. Big whoop. Maybe it's just my Rugby League orientated brain missing stuff, but he seems a bit of a one trick pony to me.
LMAO! I loved that answer because it was just so serious.Originally Posted by Dasa
"I am very happy and it will allow me to have lot more rice."
Eoin Morgan on being given a rice cooker for being Man of the Match in a Dhaka Premier Division game.
what is the aim of comparing them, but anyway both are Lancastrain sporting hero's & i love them both
Except one of them tries his hardest to be a cockney.Originally Posted by aussie
Given that Beckham's from east London, I don't think he has to try all that hard.....Originally Posted by steds
But it's Fred, by any reasonable comparison. Looks able to grow proper facial hair too, unlike Davina.....
Oh, & Fred's bird is 10 times fitter too!
- As featured in The Independent.
"Even when England lost 5-0 in 2006-07 I don't remember them folding like this. This is as bad as I have seen from an England side."
- Mick Vaughan on the 2013/14 tourists' efforts
One plays for a winning team, the other doesnt
We can debate about who would be a better sportsman over all.
In cricket its Flintoff, in football its Beckham obviously.
But how would they match up in some other sports? Basketball, Tennis, Ice hockey, rugby, billiards, chess, car racing and stuff?
Also who would you say is more popular in cricket playing countries. Internationally Beckham is easily more popular if we consider all countries due to the wide reach of football.
I would dispute that.Originally Posted by Pratyush
Perhaps Flintoff should be given a chance to partner Wayne Rooney up front - I'm sure he'd do better than Michael "I've forgotten how to run" Owen these days.
Flintoff, Flintoff, Flintoff, Flintoff, Flintoff, Flintoff and Flintoff (seriously).Originally Posted by Pratyush
"Under the spreading chestnut tree,
I sold you and you sold me."
Flintoff has mastered everything that has been required of him this summer - culminating in his exhibition of traditional English swing bowling this morning (to go with his previous mastery of defensive bowling, hit the deck attacking bowling and reverse swing bowling). Once he's mastered leg spin (surely a formality) I expect him to branch out with success into other areas.
In American if you talk football/soccer the first name that comes is David Beckham.Originally Posted by steds
There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)