If I was coaching a young spinner I would be making sure he used at least the full 15 degrees.
The sort of general malaise that only the genius possess and the insane lament.
Yes. Even if they don't use it, at least they should know how to use it.
Over the wrist leg-spin is a superior method of turning the ball from leg to off. Young spinners may as well learn that technique instead.
Last edited by watson; 03-06-2014 at 09:38 AM.
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Yeah. To the ones who have learnt all the other **** that comes with being an offie. Sick of seeing ****s who mess up the stock ball and depend on everything but really letting a off break rip. At least in the matches played where I live.
Delivery should be banned. Saqlain possibly the only bowler I've seen who could send it down and not look like a blatant chuck. & even the great man got a little elbow into it.
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Would rather they learn the carrom ball instead. Far less likely to chuck it, and presumably less stress through the joints.
Last edited by watson; 03-06-2014 at 01:42 PM.
Arm balls, carrom balls, I just love all kinds of balls.
You love them right up in your face.
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