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    The low-glider who occasionally soared

    Cricket Web - Features: The low-glider who occasionally soared
    When looking back on Michael Vaughan's career, there are some of the most remarkable high points one could wish to savour. And perhaps a good job there are as well, because it puts to the back of the mind the fact that Vaughan spent a great deal of his career disappointing his many admirers and failing to reach understandably lofty expectations.


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    Good article dicko
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    I think it's really disappointing of her - would only take a minute or two of her time....
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    Michael Vaughan - the low-glider who occasionally soared

    I pay tribute to Michael Vaughan, but acknowledge that ultimately he could and should have done so much more than he did... in...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    I pay tribute to Michael Vaughan, but acknowledge that ultimately he could and should have done so much more than he did... in...

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    I'm not going to pretend that I can be bothered to read the article but it does put to bed the idea that Richard memorizes the whole of Cricket Chat.
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    Spot on. Great article.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lillian Thomson View Post
    it does put to bed the idea that Richard memorizes the whole of Cricket Chat.
    Haven't really looked at Cricket Chat much the past few days.

    BTW, someone should obviously merge these two threads.

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