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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178
    You can deny it till you're blue in the face, but we all know the truth...
    Hmm....Really?
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    Quote Originally Posted by roseboy64
    Hmm....Really?
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    For all the debate surrounding Richard Kelly's inclusion or non-inclusion in the WC squad last year, we now see what has happened or more to the point , what has not happened. Kelly finds himself being excluded from the provisional 30 after being a very strong contender in the A team for four successive series


    I feel sorry for him even though he is not the first promising talent to headlined and then forgotten
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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178 View Post
    You can deny it till you're blue in the face, but we all know the truth...
    So you know more about someone than he himself does?

    Oh, the irony...
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    Richard.

























    Point.


    Whoops, he's missed it again.

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    He can give out but he can't take it.

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    No, you're completely missing the point.

    The player in question was Dave Mohammed...

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    Who the player in question was is irrelevant. You claimed you knew that roseboy64 was a fan of Mohammed when he himself specifically stated he wasn't.

    Thereby you think you know more about someone than he himself does, which you have lambasted me for supposedly doing in the past. Therefore, you can dish it out but you can't take it back.

















    (AND YES, THAT WAS IN MILD JEST, though I don't really see what I've got to jest with you about)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Who the player in question was is irrelevant. You claimed you knew that roseboy64 was a fan of Mohammed when he himself specifically stated he wasn't.
    There are some players when any comment on here about them is not serious.

    Dave is one of those, as are AA and Rikki.

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    Second place for the stupidest argument on CW in the last 48 hours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk View Post
    Second place for the stupidest argument on CW in the last 48 hours.
    Well what do you think I intended it as?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk View Post
    lol

    You're so easily baited. I'm quite certain Richard Kelly will get capped before the World Cup, so I'd definitely say his chances are greater than "slim".
    Looks like I was right. Hasn't been capped yet. Too bad. Thought he deserved a chance to prove himself along with Sylvester Joseph.

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    Do people think Kieron Pollard is any chance of being given a go at the WC?

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    Quote Originally Posted by roseboy64 View Post
    Looks like I was right. Hasn't been capped yet. Too bad. Thought he deserved a chance to prove himself along with Sylvester Joseph.
    What has Joseph done in OD cricket to get a cap? It baffles me that Rayad Emrit will get capped before Richard Kelly. It truly does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Complicated View Post
    Do people think Kieron Pollard is any chance of being given a go at the WC?
    At the rate that he's scoring runs - both in quantity and pace - I'd say he has a shot. Not a huge chance, but he may be the Theo Walcott of it all.

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