I think that all this argueing should be moved to a different topic. There should be one called 'Argue All You Like' and people can do anythnig inside it. Because it's just making other poeple get caught up in it all.
I'll admit that tactics have come into play a couple of times, once when I genuinely was at fault and I apologized for that, though it hardly cost the game. However, you would like people to believe that I mass ignore your tactics, when that's hardly the case. I proved to you (as indicated by my having statistics to show, you having none, and my having the last word) that I have followed your tactics to the letter. Please don't force me to reveal the behind the scenes dealings to the public. It won't be good for cricket or the CW XI or anyone else for that matter.marc71178 said:Apart from the on field decisions, which unless I'm very much mistaken are the Captain's choice?
I have said my piece and with that in the past and a desire to put it behind me, I apologize to you for that.marc71178 said:Which I do tend to do.
My issue was with the Internationals being selected, and nobody informing us that they were available.
Of course, everyone would have dropped Bradman if he regustered a poor series. Considering Cloete is comfortably our best batsman, he is an automatic selection.marc71178 said:And if the same player scores 10 runs an innings for the next 5 Tests, he'd still have 9 tons and 3000 runs...
1/ The request was not to bowl him unless the situation was dire.marc71178 said:Apart from the request to not bowl a certain person at all?
LMFAO ]Mr Mxyzptlk said:[CW Oval] Imran Khan Jr. and Yasa Fayaz were suspended from duty for CW cricket when it was discovered that they were illegally importing sheep to the East coast of Australia. It is not clear where the sheep source from, but neither player possesses a sheep importing liscence.
The offence, though not commonly occurring, is punishable by jail time of up to 15 years and is little known of in Australia. No comment from the CW Red management, the players, the CWBCC nor the sheep's lawyer.
The Reds confirm that the player involved in this incident has been sacked without appeal - his underhand methods threaten the whole integrity of the system, and I have long campaigned for that to be recognised.Mr Mxyzptlk said:The offence, though not commonly occurring, is punishable by jail time of up to 15 years and is little known of in Australia. No comment from the CW Red management, the players, the CWBCC nor the sheep's lawyer.