For all those moments on and off the field, from selections to non selections, to commentating calls, or statements in the media before a series that left you wondering 'What was he thinking?'
Sultan Zarawini facing up to Allan Donald at his fastest without a helmet. Yep bright choice mate thinking you were clearly Sir Viv Richards - which you weren't and never will be - that would makes as much sense as me walking down the main street of Gaza with an Israeli flag.
Dean Jones telling Curtly Ambrose to remove his wristband because it was distracting him. All it did was annoy him to enough to bowl his team to win the game. Onya Deano!
Jones again with his terrorist comment about Amla. Seriously like why would you say it at all or at least when in the commentatory box?
Tony Grieg telling the West Indies that England will make them 'grovel' - not only is that an offensive comment (especially when Grieg is Soufth African born) but that is really setting you and your team up for a hiding on the pitch. If that wasn't an incentive to the West Indies to thrash them, then nothing was.
Ricky Ponting telling England we will bowl first when you just lost Glenn McGrath.
Any team who likes to bowl first to Australia on a good batting wicket. So what if there is something there for the bowlers early on, it isn't as though you are going to run through the team anyway in that early period and you are only going to have bat on it and be chasing a massive total. And if bowling first is to protect your batsmen then clearly you have no faith in them and have wasted everybody's time in turning up you muppett.