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    You challenging me boy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by robelinda View Post
    You challenging me boy?
    Umm, not really challenging, you. Mind you I like at my old age to be called boy, I feel all fuzzy inside

    Nah, just stating that Gooch before 1990ish was really ordinary, which all seems to be forgotten about him in his overall career. Yet it was the biggest part of his career.
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    Well consider the challenge ACCEPTED! 1980's GOOCH VS WEST INDIES on the way......got loads of footage.....

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    And smalishah's avatar is the most classy one by far Jan certainly echoes the sentiments of CW

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    Quote Originally Posted by robelinda View Post
    in that first video you just have to marvel at the bowling attack that WI have. Fine piece of editing. Roberts running in, then Holding running in, and then Garner making his way all in the first few deliveries of the video. Croft comes on later. What a bowling attack that was. A masterclass from Gooch. The bowling seems unrelenting. Gun upload. The WI quartet

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    In the second vid you have Marshall, Ambrose, Walsh, and Patterson. Even in 1988 they had a very good attack.

    That WI sides of the 80s were gun

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    More Gooch vs WI on the way too....

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    One of his very best innings vs WI was in 1988, he almost batted right through the innings but was last out for 84, at the Oval, magnificent innings. He actually withstood the guys like Ambrose and Walsh, but it was Winston Benjamin who tore through England, i'll try and upload the entire England innings, superb stuff.

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    I hope you get that copyright claim in your favor Rob. I can't wait for that brutal WI compilation. Fast bowling at its best

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    Quote Originally Posted by robelinda View Post
    One of his very best innings vs WI was in 1988, he almost batted right through the innings but was last out for 84, at the Oval, magnificent innings. He actually withstood the guys like Ambrose and Walsh, but it was Winston Benjamin who tore through England, i'll try and upload the entire England innings, superb stuff.
    Please do. I can't see Alistair Cook standing up to such an attack

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    Editing it right now, must see footage! That whole 1988 series was simply awesome, god I loved 80's cricket. The 1991 series was good too, but was sightly less fearsome viewing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grecian View Post
    Nah, just stating that Gooch before 1990ish was really ordinary, which all seems to be forgotten about him in his overall career. Yet it was the biggest part of his career.
    Gooch versus Terry Alderman was exceedingly ordinary.

    Still a billion times better than Michael "The Wicket the Opposition Want to Get" Atherton.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smalishah84 View Post
    I hope you get that copyright claim in your favor Rob. I can't wait for that brutal WI compilation. Fast bowling at its best
    What copyright claim? He hasn't been busted for doing a public service, surely?

    Do you have any footage of Mike Atherton being run out at Lords vs. Aussie in 1993? My all time humourous highlight of watching test cricket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    What copyright claim? He hasn't been busted for doing a public service, surely?

    Do you have any footage of Mike Atherton being run out at Lords vs. Aussie in 1993? My all time humourous highlight of watching test cricket.
    Nah the same kid who filed a copyright claim against Justin Beiber did one on me months ago, but now I've filed a counter claim as the kid told me he wouldn't fight it, so i find out this week whether I'm successful, then i can upload long videos on my main channel.

    Oh and here's the Atherton vid you wanted

    Michael Atherton FAIL on 99 - Run Out vs Australia 2nd test Lord's 1993 ASHES - YouTube

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