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    goldie bowling

    what do you make of this??? :O
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    i think its good he will turn into a med/med fast bowler he has the fitness and speed i reckon we have to see
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    nah, i mean, his action... it looks really crazy!


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    does nobody else think its crazy

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    I haven't seen it, but I don't care if its a crazy action. If it brings wickets then let him bowl like that.


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    Sorry I didn't see the picture load.

    lol that photo was taken 6 or 7 years ago, it will be interesting to see if he still bowls like he used to.


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    I haven't seen it, but I don't care if its a crazy action. If it brings wickets then let him bowl like that.
    true true.
    i agree, but it cant be too smooth eh? maybe the biomechanical team can help him out, cos no doubt he could send the ball down fairly swift

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    I personally don't see anything biomechanically wrong with his action in that photo. His back is straight, he's fully front-on (not half-way), his feet are in the correct positions and he seems to be powering through the crease quite well.

    I don't see the problem. Having said that, I haven't seen him bowl in motion so maybe there are other parts of his delivery stride in question. But according to that photo he seems fine.
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    i spose he is biomechanically fine but look how high his front leg is when he has already got the other planted.
    it seems wrong, i dunno just looks odd.
    the first thing i thought when i saw the pic is "what the ****?"

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    i spose he is biomechanically fine but look how high his front leg is when he has already got the other planted.
    it seems wrong, i dunno just looks odd.
    the first thing i thought when i saw the pic is "what the ****?"
    Check out Carl Rackemann for someone who REALLY had their front-foot high. Mind you, he had a lot of back injuries because of it. Patrick Patterson was pretty bad too. And how about Shaun Pollock in the early days!!

    Mind you, Glenn McGrath and others like him don't have especially high front feet. It depends on where you concentrate on getting your pace from. With Glenn McGrath it's all in his arms, Brett Lee his arms and shoulders and Waqar, shoulders and back. It just depends I guess.

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    shane bond also keeps his feet pretty low.

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    is this brett lee ?
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    no its jeff wilson.

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    no its jeff wilson.

    who the hell is that ?

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