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    Who is the greatest unsung cricket hero in the world?

    i wanna know who is the greatest unsung hero in the world this is a new question u never faced isnt it. probably vishi, mohinder , damienmartyn?, or lehmann,?tell

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    Wrong part of the forum mate, use Cricket Chat to post new threads about cricket.

    Bit of advice too, don't go making too many new threads straight away. Explore the forum and try find places where these topics are being discussed then if they aren't, post away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skv.sagar View Post
    i wanna know who is the greatest unsung hero in the world this is a new question u never faced isnt it. probably vishi, mohinder , damienmartyn?, or lehmann,?tell
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    Quote Originally Posted by pasag View Post
    ?
    Is it just me or is he a bit of a ringer for Munaf Patel?

    Probably just the hair.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup View Post
    One of the hundreds guys somewhere in the shires of England who's spent their lives running teams, mowing wickets, making teas and picking up boundary markers.
    Jeff Stanyer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Jeff Stanyer?

    Bruce Coleman?
    Had no one particular in mind. There are hundreds if not more at clubs nationwide who the game would fall apart and die without.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup View Post
    Had no one particular in mind. There are hundreds if not more at clubs nationwide who the game would fall apart and die without.
    dead right!!!

    I would like to nominate Mr Hamyun Khan, keeps our club going thats for sure
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    Chuck Norris doesn't get enough credit IMO. Who else can count to infinity twice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup View Post
    One of the hundreds guys somewhere in the shires of England who's spent their lives running teams, mowing wickets, making teas and picking up boundary markers.
    Yet these poor people are often the least talented, the world is a very unfair place.

    I think the biggest unsung hero in ODI cricket is Jaques Kallis, his record is amazing and i don't think he gets the credit as an ODI player he deserves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natman20 View Post
    Chuck Norris doesn't get enough credit IMO. Who else can count to infinity twice?
    Jack Bauer. That's who.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natman20 View Post
    Chuck Norris doesn't get enough credit IMO. Who else can count to infinity twice?
    with you on that..

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