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    NSW and MacGill

    Just on another story i heard the other day..
    NSW coach Steve Rixon is said to be very upset with the form of Stuart MacGill...
    NSW lack a quality spinner other than MacGill(who is a bit over-rated in my book anyway) and Rixon has stated that NSW may look interstate or even overseas to get a quality spinner for next season if nothing arises in remainder of this season...

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    Originally posted by Gregory Blewett
    Stuart MacGill...NSW lack a quality spinner other than MacGill(who is a bit over-rated in my book anyway)
    What else would you expect from a Warne fan?
    "Age is just a stupid number"

    20...that's a rather big number :(:(:(

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    Im not really a Warnie fan....
    I just admire him for the way he has fought back...
    He was criticisied for being fat and people were saying he was on the outer but he has made an imense effort to get fit and prolong his career and now he is bolwing better than ever IMO...

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    Originally posted by Gregory Blewett


    Im not really a Warnie fan....
    I just admire him for the way he has fought back...
    He was criticisied for being fat and people were saying he was on the outer but he has made an imense effort to get fit and prolong his career and now he is bolwing better than ever IMO...
    You = Aussie = Warnie Fan

    Anway with that sodding signiture what was I supposed to think


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    Only cause no Englishmen will ever get near 500 Wickets...
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    I'm sure I'll see one in my lifetime

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    I doubt it...


    I mean Caddick is the closest for u and he is about 100yo....

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    Originally posted by Gregory Blewett
    I doubt it...


    I mean Caddick is the closest for u and he is about 100yo....
    100 what? Hmmm 500 is a big ask I mean I dunno if McGrath will even reach it, you gotta start young and keep going, its a big ask...

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    McGrath will make 500 easy...

    He has already got 400 and only really needs to play 2-3 seasons more and will have it quite comfortably, especially playing against the likes of Bangladesh and Zimbabwe more often...
    With the amount of cricket being played there are alot more chances...

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    Originally posted by Gregory Blewett
    McGrath will make 500 easy...

    He has already got 400 and only really needs to play 2-3 seasons more and will have it quite comfortably, especially playing against the likes of Bangladesh and Zimbabwe more often...
    With the amount of cricket being played there are alot more chances...
    But also for Injury...also its been ages since McGrath and Warne have been injured badly enough to be put out of the game...most of England's best or most promising bowlers are injured, not much chance to get 500 wickets then is there?

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    Who's faults That???

    And how can u say Warnie hasn't been out of the game???

    Warne missed heaps of matches when he had his shoulder op, and when he returned he bowled like a busted *** for ages.....
    He could've been 600 if we went on that theory...

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    Originally posted by Gregory Blewett
    Who's faults That???

    And how can u say Warnie hasn't been out of the game???

    Warne missed heaps of matches when he had his shoulder op, and when he returned he bowled like a busted *** for ages.....
    He could've been 600 if we went on that theory...
    Lately I mean. Anyway he still bowled and got wickets...none of England's bowlers are anywhere near 100 tests...Warne has played 104. Anway I'm off to bed its 2am and I need sleep.

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    A busted what by the way?

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    NSW coach Steve Rixon is said to be very upset with the form of Stuart MacGill...
    NSW lack a quality spinner other than MacGill(who is a bit over-rated in my book anyway) and Rixon has stated that NSW may look interstate or even overseas to get a quality spinner for next season if nothing arises in remainder of this season...
    Gee, way to motivate the rest of the squad, Steve! :rolleyes:

    Looking at the NSW squad, its seems as if all the spinners are rookies. Why not give one of them a go if they're serious about developing a spinner?

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    I can't believe that NSW doesn't have the back up strength. The Sydney pitch is supposed to be the most spin friendly deck in the country and in past years the spinners have been lining up to play for NSW. Robertson, Matthews, Freedman etc. There must be someone else.

    MacGill mustn't be taking his axing as Australia's No. 2 spinner very well. He never had a very good temperament.

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