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    talented players who didn't deliver as much as they could

    the name came to my mind when i first time thought about this, is, Laxman Shivaramakrishanan...who are the players u can think of?

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    Mark Ramprakash. End of thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flibbertyjibber View Post
    Mark Ramprakash. End of thread.
    what about greame hick then? remember this that in the early 90's the british press used to compare him with tendulkar...

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    Andy Caddick. Like Tremlett, but he can swing it as well!

    Should have been one of the great bowlers of the 90's and early 00's.

    Was good, but should have been a great!


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    Quote Originally Posted by OMM! View Post
    Andy Caddick. Like Tremlett, but he can swing it as well!

    Should have been one of the great bowlers of the 90's and early 00's.

    Was good, but should have been a great!
    Caddick has a career record better than James Anderson, he can't have been all that bad!
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    Can't really compare their averages.

    He was bowling in an era where 40 was world a world class batting average. Anderson is bowling in an era where 50 is a world class batting average.

    And let's not even mention the pitches!

    I'm just saying that Caddick should have been a lot better than he was. At times he was unplayable, at others he just floated it up and got driven to pieces.

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    Simon Jones but for injury and Alex Tudor for similar reasons.

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    Atherton didn't deserve to be there IMO.

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