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    Quote Originally Posted by CSB View Post
    Well I'm already planning to do more fail videos with the source vids from the Pak-Eng series. Bell-end is in for a rough time I fear.
    I'll spare you a Watson LBW video if you upload some good Broad. Good meaning not Flop videos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabinet96 View Post
    Interestingly I uploaded some super spells by England against Clarke at Brisbane, and CA gave me a copyright strike.

    I uploaded Johnson and Harris ripping through us at Perth and they've been untouched with thousands of views.
    Clearly CA know how to get stuff done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CSB View Post
    Clearly CA know how to get stuff done.
    In comparison I uploaded Tim Bresnan's spell at Melbourne and the ECB blocked it everywhere in the world, except for my house.

    We may have a better selection panel than you, but you have better youtube copyrighters.
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    I dunno if your selection panel's that good, they selected Morgan after all.
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    Yeah but they also selected Trott, Tremlett, Bresnan, stuck by Cook, Bell, Pietersen etc...

    There have been a lot of doubts over their selections but Morgan is the only one who hasn't done that well after being selected.

    On the contrary your ones picked Doherty, Smith, dropped Bollinger etc...
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    Hilditch and co. made a lot of dumb decisions but to be fair to them they also gave us Lyon, Warner, Pattinson, Cummins, Starc etc. And it was them & Ricky Ponting who stuck by Watson for so long.
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    without those guys where would we be now? Stuck with Hughes and khawaja and no other options?

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    Is Khwaja still the next thing after Ponting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoverDrive View Post
    Is Khwaja still the next thing after Ponting?
    I think he was treated unfairly, but he and Hughes both have to make runs in County & Shield cricket to get back in the side. If they make runs they'll be back soon enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoverDrive View Post
    Is Khwaja still the next thing after Ponting?
    It's actually Forrest, but don't say it too loudly, or CSB will hear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabinet96 View Post
    It's actually Forrest, but don't say it too loudly, or CSB will hear.


    Don't even get me started on Forrest....
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    CSB doesn't rate shield form. He'd rather pick people when they're averaging 12.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabinet96 View Post
    CSB doesn't rate shield form. He'd rather pick people when they're averaging 12.
    I don't rate people with an FC average of 35, but an average in Adelaide (flattest pitch in the universe) of 65.
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    Didn't he get runs at the Gabba last season?
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    I think he made one hundred, probably against a rubbish attack. He's fat, he's a liability in the field, offers nothing with the ball, can't play the short ball, has a poorly organised technique and a poor FC record that reflects all that.
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    Think it may have been against NSW.
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    Forrest looked nothing but good to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoverDrive View Post
    Forrest looked nothing but good to me
    Really? All he did was score few SLOW innings on extremely flat pitches. On debut in Adelaide - slow 50, cost us the match. In Hobart - slow 100, cost us the match. Scoring in ODI's is EASY if you don't try to force the pace. Useless useless useless, ridiculous selection and he's not even close to a test batsman.
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    All in all, another top-notch spirited performance by WI.. but the Test victory remains elusive. Can't help but feel sorry for them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabinet96 View Post
    I think it depends on the bowling to be honest. I.e. the quicker the bowling, the faster they score.

    You can't really moan anyway CSB. Warne, Lee etc...were all big sloggers.
    I won't call Lee a slogger... You can't just go on there and hit sixes.

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    All in all, another top-notch spirited performance by WI.. but the Test victory remains elusive. Can't help but feel sorry for them.
    They'll come back strong. They never stood a chance anyways.

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    One really has to feel for WI. Gave it their all and still ended up losing comfortably. Trent Bridge is arguably a harder place to tour as well.
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