What happened to McGlashan? Why exactly is Hopkins around when he isn't?
Last edited by Zinzan; 01-10-2009 at 04:40 AM.
Would be exceedingly surprised if it we're 'the loss of his eye' given he's just turned 31 remembering very few players lose their eye until they're around 33 & older.
I like the team you listed though, pretty darn good.
Uppercut: As already said, no idea. I'm not sure why we think Hopkins is better than McGlashan but we do for some reason. Pretty harsh considering McGlashan has a fifty against India and has only played a couple of games.
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All I'm saying is McCullum is pretty much the only guy around doing this stuff. So if what he's doing is ok, that must mean every other international cricketer is soft and McCullum is a genius. Pretty far-fetched.
And since I've been lured into this ridiculous "PC vs Un-PC" argument of slogans and cliches, let me just say....
I would love our cricketers to be a lot mentally tougher, i.e. BAT AND BOWL BETTER! Concentrate harder, keep giving 100% at all times, be able to keep your wits about you during tough times or pressure moments.
Has nothing to do with trying to run people out when they think it's the end of the over. Actually, if you looked up "soft option" in the dictionary.....
(yes, I know, you wouldn't find it because it's two words)
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