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    >>>Give comments to Cricketers:<<<

    First give a comment to the player mentioned by the above user and then mention the name of the cricketer so the next user will comment on it.
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    • Brain Lara
    • Comment: Class player in a wrong team, one of the best batsmen of all time.
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    Inzi more time then most batsman

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    You know it makes sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archie mac View Post
    Inzi more time then most batsman

    Neil Harvey
    Neil was very fortunate to make his debut series the "Invincibles" Tour of England in 1948

    WALLY GROUT
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBMAC View Post
    Neil was very fortunate to make his debut series the "Invincibles" Tour of England in 1948

    WALLY GROUT
    Wally grout was a complete team man and he was talismanic figure for his side.
    He is rated as the best keeper ever by many former greats.

    MARK WAUGH.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pup11 View Post
    Wally grout was a complete team man and he was talismanic figure for his side.
    He is rated as the best keeper ever by many former greats.

    MARK WAUGH.
    a man who never achieved his potential as a batsman in test cricket...



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    Quote Originally Posted by honestbharani View Post
    a man who never achieved his potential as a batsman in test cricket...



    S Sreesanth.
    Sreesanth: Idiot!!

    Allan Donald.
    Last edited by pup11; 03-08-2007 at 03:04 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by honestbharani View Post
    a man who never achieved his potential as a batsman in test cricket...



    S Sreesanth.
    India's future strike bowler if he can get his head on straight, that formal apology is a step in the right direction.

    Javed Miandad.
    Forever 63* at the SCG

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightprowler10 View Post
    India's future strike bowler if he can get his head on straight, that formal apology is a step in the right direction.

    Javed Miandad.
    Miandad: Outstanding batsman with the aggression and temper of a fast bowler but he was a disaster as a coach.

    Sir Donald Bradman.
    Last edited by pup11; 03-08-2007 at 03:13 AM.

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    What can be said about Bradman? The absolute greatest to play the game. His feats are amazing in any language and he is so many standard deviations above the mean, it borders on ridiculous. No one in any other sport, let alone cricket, comes close to how much he dominated his art. He's the greatest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sideshowtim View Post
    What can be said about Bradman? The absolute greatest to play the game. His feats are amazing in any language and he is so many standard deviations above the mean, it borders on ridiculous. No one in any other sport, let alone cricket, comes close to how much he dominated his art. He's the greatest.

    Sir Ricky Thomas Ponting Esquire
    Best Batsman in the world since 2001.

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    Captained his national side at a difficult time, and adulation must be given to him for having the guts to do so. Decent batsman too, although never really reached his potential in test matches.

    Hansie Cronje

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    Quote Originally Posted by sideshowtim View Post
    Captained his national side at a difficult time, and adulation must be given to him for having the guts to do so. Decent batsman too, although never really reached his potential in test matches.

    Hansie Cronje
    The most disgraced cricketer ever who had a very tragic end not only to his career but to his life aswell, all this drama overshadowed his cricketing skills which were pretty good and not to forget he was an excellent captain too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xuhaib View Post
    The most disgraced cricketer ever who had a very tragic end not only to his career but to his life aswell, all this drama overshadowed his cricketing skills which were pretty good and not to forget he was an excellent captain too.

    Malcom Marshal
    Ninja. The man with the skidding bouncer. Shortest of the great WIndian pacemen, he knew better than to high-five Ambrose or Walsh. Actually he knew a lot about fast bowling and a handy bat to boot.

    Graeme Pollock

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    shaun pollocks uncle. and a great leftie who was held back from making the most of his talents on the test arena

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