He wont go. Just trying to get a better contract from NZ Cricket me thinks
Can't see the benefits myself, he isn't good enough to make it as a succesful batsman in Australia IMO. The only reason he would be moving is to improve his skills for a couple of years and then come back as a better player, much like Jacques Rudolph is doing with Yorkshire.
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Possible scare tactics like Sinclair? Though I agree with what James said.
Vincent has a career similar to Katich - dropped after a good score and made to play in a position he's not used to.
I'm still convinced Vincent is one of the top 5 batsmen in NZ and should be a first choice for both sides.
However, if NZC don't see that then I don't blame him for going somewhere where he would be valued.
It's a pity he couldn't play county cricket this season.
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I like Vincent - he's the sort of personality that doesn's suit Bracewell. I won't forget that time he fielded in the deep and ended up with his trousers round his ankles. I hope he doesn't call it a day for NZ, it'll be the end of his international career I'd expect. I'd rather lose Sinclair than Vincent.
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