Benchmark, there have been 2 references on this thread referring to MacGill pushing his own barrow. Read them and stop fighting this losing battle.
No, the other 3 members of the attack push the barrow 90% of the way in a classical straight motion, he comes along takes the last 10% in a zigzaggy type of motion and gets the glory.howardj said:least we know that macgill doesn't push his own barrow, right?
Why can't you give me examples of his poor attitude?!?!GoT_SpIn said:im fairly sure most people would agree that he has a poor attitude.
Just keep living in denial.
ooo calling me gangsta, how cool of you monkey boybenchmark00 said:Why can't you give me examples of his poor attitude?!?!
You say "watch him on the field".... and the reason is because he "swears towards the camera" that's absolutely pathetic. On that basis alone, Glenn McGrath has the worst attitude in the world.
If anything, his attitude is brilliant. He celebrates just about every wicket, showing how much it means to him to perform for his country.
You've missed the point completely, gangsta.
You've out done yourself this time.GoT_SpIn said:ooo calling me gangsta, how cool of you monkey boy
I can't provide any examples of his poor attitude, since its often on the field with which you continue to deny.
MacGill should shut his mouth and stop pretending to be helping other people in the name of "prolonging" .
You can say that about every Australian player, can't you? Warne's success has mostly come with McGrath, McGrath's has come with Warne's, Gillespie with both of them, Lee with all three, etc.marc71178 said:Bearing in mind almost all of his success has come off the back of playing with 3 genuinely world class bowlers, I'd be tempted to say no.
Ah, but was his 5 wickets per Test achieved because of his teammates, or in spite of them?marc71178 said:Bearing in mind almost all of his success has come off the back of playing with 3 genuinely world class bowlers, I'd be tempted to say no.
Yeah that's what I think about Marshall, Murali and Lillee to be honest with you...marc71178 said:I actually think a lot of his success has come from being the weakest link in the attack since batsmen have to try and score runs from one of the bowlers...