Hussey's problem will be he averaged 50 in an era where 6 or so teams have 2-3 guys averaging 50.
England and NZ the only top 8 sides that spring to mind who have lacked a bloke averaging the big five-zero for a big portion of Hussey's career, and even then KP and Cook averaged just below it for most of that time.
So the future CWers will look at how Hussey's record stacks up against his contemporaries, see he sucks away from home and bats six and won't rank him as highly as some of the other guys playing today.
Australia's answer to VVS when it comes to saving the team from dire situations.
Unfortunately, he has been a bit if an HTB. Needs atleast one really big series in SA/Eng if he wants to be rated right up there
He's one of the players who should've been in the test side earlier. I thought he and Symonds should've been in the 2005 Ashes squad in England.
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Good bloke, very good bat, excellent fielder, and no more. Probably at least 8 or so guys (cbf working out exactly who) who'd make a "2000-present" world XI ahead of him imo.
Would sell a kidney to have him at 6 for NZ regardless.
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I would also happily sell Albi's kidney.
Would fetch more than yours, ****.
England had it at one stage
So, y'know, basically everyone decent
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get ready for a broken ****in' arm
Would have been the last Ashes series. Really only Himself, Watson and Haddin who achieved anything with the bat in that series.
With the English bid I said: Let us be brief. If you give back the Falkland Islands, which belong to us, you will get my vote. They then became sad and left
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