Can't fault, can't fault all the boys' efforts, gave it a red hot crack etc. Got Fulton, Rutherford and Wagner feeling their oats and setting up a small business extorting credulous Percy from Blackadder types, something the CW wets would've never greenlit.
Hesson's on the ball yet again, saying the new season Dukes are "slightly different" to the ones they've been training with.
Safe to say the cantankerous era would've never been delving into something this mundane and perfunctory, yet integral to results. Nice work Hess.
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Edit - as a wellingtonian I would be very interested in his stories.
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He could be such a good coach if he wasn't a lying ****.
So McCullum will be arriving in England today. Unreasonable to suggest that he should play in tomorrow's warmup game? A 13 hour flight isn't easy to shake-off, but it'd be really good for him to get back into the middle asap, after his pointless sojourn in India. And if that means that Guptill has to miss out on an undeserved chance to make a push for the test team, well then that's just a happy consequence of McCullum's return.
I would also like to add that Vettori should have also left and should be playing league cricket in England, assuming that he wants to be effective at the champions trophy and regain his test spot, he has not bowled well (in any form of cricket) since he gave up the captaincy.
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