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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    Gavaskar just over Warne. McGrath was a dick on the field but you get the feeling he has mellowed and is far less of a wanker in retirement.
    I find McGrath even more of a wanker in retirement than I did when he was playing itbt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    I find McGrath even more of a wanker in retirement than I did when he was playing itbt.
    Take away the "taking shedloads of wickets for eff all" and his appeal does rather diminish for Australians, I imagine.

    I know I keep saying it, but his fey speaking voice really ****s me. Strapping country boys from Narromine should not sound as camp as he does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    I find McGrath even more of a wanker in retirement than I did when he was playing itbt.
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    Really tough this one. But have to pick Warne.

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    Sunil Gavaskar

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    Just an enormous ****.

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    Just reading the write-ups, can't give to anyone but Warne
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    Results for Round 1, Battle 9:

    Sunil Gavaskar - 19
    Shane Warne - 4
    Glenn McGrath - 1

    wtf guys srsly
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    tbf Warne was up against some pretty ****ty opponents
    And smalishah's avatar is the most classy one by far Jan certainly echoes the sentiments of CW

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    Yeah, if he'd been in that round with Kallis, Botha and Ajmla, reckon he would have gone through.

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    Round 1, Battle 10

    Mohammad Asif (Pakistan)


    - Suspended for being a drug cheat (exonerated after a lengthly boo-****ing-hoo), 2006
    - Suspended for being a drug cheat, 2009
    - Third stooge of the spot fixing scandal
    - Drug smuggling in the UAE
    - Attempted extortion of his fiance
    - Hide yo kids, hide yo wife

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    FFS what a waste of talent.
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    If true (not the detention but the posession), then Asif must rank as one of the most stupid and arrogant guys on the face of the planet

    Arjuna Ranatunga (Sri Lanka)


    - Chronic troll
    - BMI in triple figures
    - Six-match ban for being an omnidouche against England
    - Dodged said ban by threatening to sue the ICC
    - So is that
    - And that
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    "You don't get a runner for being an unfit, fat ****." - Ian Healy after Ranatunga called for a runner

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    "Stand over there." - Ranatunga to umpire Ross Emerson after no-balling Murali in 1999

    "Put a Mars Bar on a good length, that should get him." - Merv Hughes

    "He was always very quick to try to gain sympathy by portraying Sri Lanka as the new kids on the block when it appeared they had become as adept as any at gamesmanship." - Shane Warne

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    But I do believe Ranatunga and Ganguly will be remembered more for being pricks in Aust than anything.
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    It's the Ross Emerson-Murali show.

    With Tony Greig sticking up for the disgusting Ranatunga.

    Matthew Hayden (Australia)


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    - Smashed a door after being dismissed in a Sydney Ashes Test
    - Called India a third world country after one too many delays
    - Plagiarised own grandma with cookbook recipe 'Grandma's Christmas Pudding'
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    Irritates me no end. Not sure why, just does. Have never really been a fan of him as a cricketer or a person.
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    The phrase "God-bothering *******" was coined on a different forum I frequent to describe Hayden, and I've always thought it was pretty apt.
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    Hayden would've either died on the pitch or scored in single digits nine times out of 10 if he tried this front-foot nonsense against Donald/Ambrose/Wasim/waqar/Walsh/Pollock in their prime.
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    Then there was the hate stage from 2003-2006 when, having cemented himself in the team, he seemed to lose his innocence and starting acting like a real jerk on the field - an absolute bully, and a sharp contrast from the optimistic, innocent Haydos of the 1990's.
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    Can't stand him. I can't stand anyone of Hayden, Symonds, Harbhajan, Sreesanth. Don't want anything to do with them, and will be actively rooting against all four.
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    I always thought he used to come across as a bit of a blow-hard at times & still doesn't strike one as a player with an especially interesting mental hinterland, but have mellowed towards him somewhat recently.
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    As to Tests, I've said it a million times - Hayden is not a capable player of seam and swing, specifically back into the left-hander. Anyone prepared to take him seriously as a genuine modern great, because of his ability to relentlessly pound average bowling to a better extent than most, overrates him as far as I'm concerned. I've always said had he been born 5 years earlier (and hence been too old by the time the bowling standards dropped to the paucity levels they dropped to in 2001\02 to have any recall in that period) he'd almost certainly have no Test career to speak of - probably between 10 and 20 games averaging between 20 and 30. About the same as a Graeme Wood or Andrew Hilditch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smalishah84 View Post
    tbf Warne was up against some pretty ****ty opponents
    I genuinely believed he would make the semis against any opposition save match fixers.

    One of the few 'omni****s' of cricket in terms of variety of controversies.
    Last edited by LongHopCassidy; 17-12-2012 at 12:30 AM.

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    the guy's trash bro
    LongHopCassidy clearly rooting for a Hayden victory. and why not. he's a ****

    but asif....

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    International Captain LongHopCassidy's Avatar
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    Haha I wouldn't be surprised if Asif won the whole thing. Put in Hayden on the same grounds as Kallis in his tendency to attract witch-hunts on CW.

    But I did want to see Warne go through, a discussion on ****s wouldn't be complete without him.
    Last edited by LongHopCassidy; 17-12-2012 at 12:37 AM.

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