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    That who it is? Thought it was just some random dude.

    And Rodgie, he won't play for us most likely, I think it's generally accepted he isn't the player he was.

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    I'd move to Sussex to watch Saqlain and Mushy Ahmed bowl together.
    Or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AussieDominance View Post
    Ha ha England produce some of your own players instead of worrying about getting overseas imports.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silentstriker View Post
    Although his age should be taken with a grain of salt IMO.
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    Quite. he's officially younger than me but looks about ten years older & I ain't exactly Dorian Gray myself...
    Well looks can be deceiving.

    I mean, Todd Martin, Andy Caddick and Jonathan Edwards all looked about 40 in their late 20s, and Steven Simonsen looked about 50 at 20. Greying\losing hair are a great thing to make one look older than his years. As is Saqqie's beard.

    Saqqie might be a bit older than his birth-certificate - many Pakistanis apparently are, but even so. I'd reckon 32 or 33 at best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kweek View Post
    says a man with Moises Henriques in his avatar...gosh.
    Hmm, moving over at the age of two years old is a bit different, is it not?

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    I'd guess Tarique was probably referring more to the name than the age-of-residence-taking...

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    Taz||Jet 10 days \o/ zegt (20:25):
    I mean i'd almost go as far that KP learned the amount of cricket Moises learned in Australia to what KP learned in England
    Nijntje! - It Starts with Love for Foliage, and Ends in Camouflage zegt (20:26):
    KP went from being actually pretty average
    Nijntje! - It Starts with Love for Foliage, and Ends in Camouflage zegt (20:26):
    to an amazing Test level batsman
    Taz||Jet 10 days \o/ zegt (20:29):
    yes
    Taz||Jet 10 days \o/ zegt (20:29):
    moises went from none
    to pretty average
    Nijntje! - It Starts with Love for Foliage, and Ends in Camouflage zegt (20:29):
    haha brutal


    ofcourse this all is done in a 'tongue in cheek' matter

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    "says a man with Moises Henriques in his avatar...gosh"
    Don't worry kweek when the counties get their chequebooks out soon henriques won't be wearing green and yellow but blue,as will alex kerzevee,imagine kervevee is working on his worcester accent now .

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    Err...

    What?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunner View Post
    Surely he wont play for england will he?
    He is still only 30 and can still make a comeback for Pakistan if he wants
    I wish he plays for England and he should slap at the ugly faces of PCB officials by winning tests and one dayers for England . Only a sophisticated board deserve him to play for their team !!!!
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    whats the latest on him?
    he must have got his visa by now so wont count as an oversea's player

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    hmmm Seems a very good signing for sussex, hope he does well there. I take it his knees are fixed then?

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    I'd love it if he could succeed, let's hope.

    Prime Saqlain was fantastic viewing, especially at domestic level. Him bamboozling many an average county pro with that doosra was a great site to behold.

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