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    In A League Of their Own

    In A League Of their Own

    Who would you pick for your All Time World XI? – it is a game we have all played, and which we can now play along with one hundred top players.

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    Danish Kaneria and 100 cricket legends does not add up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cevno View Post
    Danish Kaneria and 100 cricket legends does not add up.
    Danish Kaneria???? Can he even spell Larwood correctly???? Just look at the criteria he uses to select Wes Hall and Larwood..........if they have Kaneria any where near the front page churning out his views on All Time XI players then the book is doomed.........

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    Haha, two of the more eccentric characters you'd find, too.


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    He opened with Sobers and stuck Wasim Akram at seven. That's.. interesting.
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    "5. Greg Chappell His Test record is nearly half as good as Bradman's, and Greg was so good that I find it difficult to believe that to be true"

    this sentence kinda blew my mind.

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    SM on Cricsim conclusively proves the players themselves have no idea, so I don't find Kaneria's reasoning surprising at all.
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    Well yeah Tendy is probably better than Bradman, but Bradman was 70 years ago, if he grew up in the modern era he'd still easily be the best. Though he wasn't, can understand the argument for Tendy even though I don't agree.
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    "It's close between Marshy and Knotty, but Marshy shades it with his batting, and for being Australian."

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    In My XI, i would pick 2 players for sure. Razzaq and Afridi.

    I know i know...no where close to being world class...but they are in a league of their own....
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