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And i didn't even know him
they guy loved cricket so much, its just really shocking and tragic when someone so young passes away.
It's just so tragic. I feel quite numb. All that potential gone in a flash.
My thoughts go to his family, can hardly imagine what they must be feeling like.
- As featured in The Independent.
"Straight out of England's Bumper Book of Balls ups"
- Mike Selvey on England's first innings collapse at The Gabba
No way... i didnt really know him that well but its so sad.. gonna miss the guy
February 10th 2009 <3
Rest In Peace Fardin
Rest In Peace Sazza
Originally Posted by BoyBrumby
its wierd...never knew the lad, enjoyed reading some of the things he used to say, visited the website of the league he played in a couple of times to see if he was 'for real' etc....and yet I feel really sad right at this moment. My thoughts are with his family and friends
Really makes you think about life and stuff!!!!!
rave down, hit the ground
Really shocking and eye-opening, just terrible.
Thoughts with his family.
Same way i feel.Originally Posted by Swervy
how can i feel sad for someone i never knew?
Because anyone with a heart feels sad when a young life is taken that doesn't deserve to be taken?
Really tragic news there - I can't quite believe it. We used to make fun of him from time to time, but we all knew he was a really good guy at heart, and clearly he was a very talented cricketer. A huge shock. Thoughts are with his family. RIP.
Last edited by Barney Rubble; 23-04-2006 at 03:04 PM.
Originally Posted by Richard
it was probably a rhetorical question really!!!!!
Rest in peace.
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