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    Icon3 Peter McGlashan - Unorthodox, misunderstood... or just the future?

    Peter's second article everyone

    Unorthodox, misunderstood... or just the future?
    New Zealand cricketer Peter McGlashan blogs on the future of cricket and what impact Twenty20 will have on the game.


    Peter said in his email to me this evening that he's been really impressed by the comments by people so far, hence prompting another article so soon.

    Keep up the comments and the feedback guys, it is certainly appreciated by Cricket Web and Peter
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    I'm getting a "page not found" error with your link mate.

    New Linky: http://www.cricketweb.net/blog/features/91.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    I'm getting a "page not found" error with your link mate.
    Sorry mate - my stupid fault, should be fixed now

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    Sorry mate - my stupid fault, should be fixed now
    Nay probs. Commented on it. Interesting chap.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    Commented on it. Interesting chap.
    Very thought provoking comment Heath, should be an interesting response from Peter.

    I don't think the ICL will last anymore than another year or two given the current global credit crisis so I don't think it will be a problem soon anyway.

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    So if therefore the ICL goes under, so all the players banned from playing Tests and ODIs would be allowed to play again? As it has been stated on this site, it is ironic that the ICL would be dead and buried, except for the BCCI, who are trying to destory it, keep giving it free press.

    I realise you can't name names James, but do you have more cricketers lined up? Really good to hear their opinions on the state of the game, as I find it very interesting, even if they are not a big name like Ricky Ponting or SRT.
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    Peter has just responded answering questions

    Have a read guys and feel free to leave more comments for Peter to read.



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