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    Interview with Greg Blewett

    Hey fellow forumers.

    I'm a new writer for the front page and am looking for some question ideas for Greg Blewett. I'm looking to interview him soon (as soon as his management agrees) and then James will post it on the site.

    So, is there any questions you guys want to ask him? The more ideas the better. I'll source the questions to who asked each one too.

    Thanks.

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    Hey, I'm a new mamber of the updaters as well! Cool!

    That would be ace if you could get an interview. Something new.
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    How about asking how he thinks the current Australian team compares with the team of 1946-49?
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    Hey, I'm a new mamber of the updaters as well! Cool!
    Good to see ya, mate!

    That would be ace if you could get an interview. Something new.
    Shouldn't be a problem. I've known Blewwy for some time and of course he's keen but it's up to his manager.

    How about asking how he thinks the current Australian team compares with the team of 1946-49?
    A good question but I reckon he'd be able to speak more intelligently about the team which he was involved in that won 16 Tests in a row. So we'll see what he thinks about how that team compares to the 1948 team.


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    That's what I meant...

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    You could ask him if he might consider coming back to England and play for a county side again.

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    Welcome all new staff. Ask him why he decided to drop back to number 3 in first class cricket rather than open, and what advantages it has in his quest for national selection.



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