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    Quote Originally Posted by CricAddict View Post
    Sorry for his plight but couldnt stop laughing reading this. Such misfortune. Did this happen for true?
    Apparently so. Go to Trevor Franklin's cricinfo profile, click the first related article.

    I'd get you the link, but I'm heading off right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Nah, **** these blokes. Seriously. If one of them was Warne there's be blokes on here saying he should be carpeted. It's not that hard to perform a task you're set by the coach. You might not like it, but stiff ****.

    And one of them is the vice captain ffs. Idiots.

    Just shows, nothing good ever comes out of India.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daemon View Post
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    Who cut their hand badly on the trip to or from SA in the 90s and missed a fair bit of cricket? Was it Lara?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Who cut their hand badly on the trip to or from SA in the 90s and missed a fair bit of cricket? Was it Lara?
    Jimmy Adams

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    Pietersen and Textgate deserves a mention too, I suppose.

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    Bradman missed a test because he wanted to make some money through a newspaper article........#selfishcricketers
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    no wonder his career never kicked on.

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    New ZealandersVic Pollard, Bruce Murray and Bryan Yuile all, I believe, missed Test matches because their religious beliefs/activities meant they couldn't/wouldn't play on Sundays

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    Phil Edmonds drove into the car park at Lords the day before a Test in 1983 and pulled a muscle in his back getting out of the car.

    Consequently Nick Cook was called up to make his debut..

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    Jacques Rudolph missed a test match because he wasn’t black.

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    I'm sure that a lot of our players have faked injuries to avoid playing agianst strong teams like South Africa or Australia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Nah, **** these blokes. Seriously. If one of them was Warne there's be blokes on here saying he should be carpeted. It's not that hard to perform a task you're set by the coach. You might not like it, but stiff ****.

    And one of them is the vice captain ffs. Idiots.

    Just shows, nothing good ever comes out of India.
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