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    Battle of the Worst Fieldsman

    Get your nominations in. Here's a start:

    Tufnell
    Ironmonger
    Ganguly
    Nehra
    Richardson
    Dasgupta
    McGill
    May
    Harmison
    Doshi
    Inzamam
    Higgs
    Bevan
    Laxman
    Ranatunga
    Vaughan
    Panesar
    Martin
    Pietersen

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    Dasgupta, Inzamam, Bevan?, Laxman, are far from poor fielders.

    Inzi may not be a good mover, but he's a very good slip fielder, as is Laxman.

    Michael Bevan was very very good, Dasgupta, though he had a bad series or two with the gloves, is far from a poor keeper nowadays...

    Laxman is a good catcher in slips too

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    Quote Originally Posted by deeps View Post
    Dasgupta, Inzamam, Bevan?, Laxman, are far from poor fielders.

    Inzi may not be a good mover, but he's a very good slip fielder, as is Laxman.

    Michael Bevan was very very good, Dasgupta, though he had a bad series or two with the gloves, is far from a poor keeper nowadays...

    Laxman is a good catcher in slips too
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    Pietersen is an excellent fielder.
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    Devon Malcolm?

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    Going on the current series - James Franklin and Peter Fulton?

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    Jimmy, definetly. Two metre Peter, he's dropped one catch by my count, and has stopped alot more than he's let through.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Voltman View Post
    Going on the current series - James Franklin and Peter Fulton?
    mmm, Fulton's ground fielding and throwing has been excellent at times. Attacks the ball well and gets it in quickly especially for an ultra-tall bloke

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    Quote Originally Posted by 33/3from3.3 View Post
    Jimmy, definetly. Two metre Peter, he's dropped one catch by my count, and has stopped alot more than he's let through.
    The funny thing is, before this series, Franklin had a reputation as having one of the safest pair of hands in the team

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    Muralitharan, he's pretty bad. Add all of the Indian seamers to that list aswell,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiery View Post
    The funny thing is, before this series, Franklin had a reputation as having one of the safest pair of hands in the team
    Well yeah, he's a good fielder. But he's had a drop dead rubbish series in the feild.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 33/3from3.3 View Post
    Well yeah, he's a good fielder. But he's had a drop dead rubbish series in the feild.
    True

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    Tufnell/Nehra final for mine.

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    I forgot Tremlett

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    Shaun Tait's been pretty bad.

    John Snow was legendary.

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