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PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2018 9:05 am 
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I think it was Clarke and Haddin who did the same in the same test.


Don't see what this has to do with claiming catches though. He seems to have mega's changing the subject illness.



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I think it was Clarke and Haddin who did the same in the same test.


Don't see what this has to do with claiming catches though. He seems to have mega's changing the subject illness.





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I did say I THINK it was, that shows I wasn't sure. Who was it then?

Research tells me that as I thought. Clarke and Haddin both didn't walk in the same test. Clarke even reviewed one that he hit.

Age must be getting to YOU.

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I don't agree with GIAE - England struggle away from home also - they've gotten better in recent times but they're still not great away from England.

I agree with GIAE - Wayne needs to show some more evidence of those England players he named - do that and you have a greater chance to win the argument

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I don't agree with GIAE - England struggle away from home also - they've gotten better in recent times but they're still not great away from England.

I agree with GIAE - Wayne needs to show some more evidence of those England players he named - do that and you have a greater chance to win the argument


Heh, I never said we don't as well. Despite whitewashing them in Sri Lanka.

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Well done India. And they found Woody Woodpecker after all these years!

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Well done India. And they found Woody Woodpecker after all these years!


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Well done India. And they found Woody Woodpecker after all these years!


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Wicketkeeper Pant and his impersonations of him. Or is that how he speaks normally???

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Well done India. And they found Woody Woodpecker after all these years!


?


Wicketkeeper Pant and his impersonations of him. Or is that how he speaks normally???


Not heard these impressions. Have heard him and Paine having some mildly amusing conversations. India have won the "banter" it seems.

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Not heard these impressions. Have heard him and Paine having some mildly amusing conversations. India have won the "banter" it seems.


So how are you enjoying Sydney?

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Usman Khawaja cops nasty sledge about his brother
7Sport 3 Jan. 2019, 10:10 am
Usman Khawaja has reportedly been on the receiving end of a sledge about his brother, who was recently arrested over a fake terror plot.

According to Fairfax Media, Khawaja was preparing for the fourth Test at the SCG on Tuesday when he was approached by a member of the public asking for an autograph.

The ‘middle-aged man with a thick British accent’ reportedly said something to Khawaja about his brother’s situation, which left the Aussie batsman fuming.

Khawaja’s reaction was reportedly ‘measured and controlled’, removing himself from the situation . before alerting team officials.

Security removed the man from the SCG before Khawaja headed to the nets to tune up for the Test match.

Arsalan Khawaja was released on bail in early December after appearing in a Sydney court on charges of forgery and attempting to pervert justice.

But he was re-arrested last week “after allegedly attempting to influence a witness” in the counter-terror investigation, a New South Wales state police spokeswoman told AFP.

His bail was formally revoked by a Sydney magistrate last Friday and he is expected to remain in custody until the next court hearing in February.

Sri Lankan Mohamed Nizamdeen was arrested in August over a “hit list” written in a notebook, which outlined plans to kill then prime minister Malcolm Turnbull.

But police released Nizamdeen in September and later dropped the charges after investigators could not link the handwriting in the notebook to him.

Investigators have said they believe Arsalan Khawaja set up his university colleague Nizamdeen in relation to a dispute over a woman.

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Aussies were previously know for their sledging and now they cry if anyone says anything to them.

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God is an Englishman wrote:
Aussies were previously know for their sledging and now they cry if anyone says anything to them.


looks like he handled your sledge with grace

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Aussies were previously know for their sledging and now they cry if anyone says anything to them.


looks like he handled your sledge with grace

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So going crying to "team officials' is handling it with grace. :lol:

I would say aussie culture wouldn't be to grass, but he's not an aussie.

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God is an Englishman wrote:
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Aussies were previously know for their sledging and now they cry if anyone says anything to them.


looks like he handled your sledge with grace

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Khawaja’s reaction was reportedly ‘measured and controlled’, removing himself from the situation . before alerting team officials.


So going crying to "team officials' is handling it with grace. :lol:

I would say aussie culture wouldn't be to grass, but he's not an aussie.


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You'd think so but it doesn't. However he's not British either - So, what's your point?

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You'd think so but it doesn't. However he's not British either - So, what's your point?


I'm wondering what your point is because you can't make up your mind whether Aussies are crying or not about sledging.
There don't seem to be any Aussies involved in this story by your own admission.


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You'd think so but it doesn't. However he's not British either - So, what's your point?


I'm wondering what your point is because you can't make up your mind whether Aussies are crying or not about sledging.
There don't seem to be any Aussies involved in this story by your own admission.


The person sledging him might have been. The non aussie certainly doesn't have the culture of the aussie cricket team.

Now I have explained my point, will you be explaining yours?

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You'd think so but it doesn't. However he's not British either - So, what's your point?


I'm wondering what your point is because you can't make up your mind whether Aussies are crying or not about sledging.
There don't seem to be any Aussies involved in this story by your own admission.


The person sledging him might have been. The non aussie certainly doesn't have the culture of the aussie cricket team.

Now I have explained my point, will you be explaining yours?


The person sledging him was obviously English. This is a tale of an English person abusing a migrant.


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zzz wrote:
The person sledging him was obviously English. This is a tale of an English person abusing a migrant.


How was he "obviously" English?

What is your point?

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my point is, how are you enjoying Sydney?

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Not heard these impressions. Have heard him and Paine having some mildly amusing conversations. India have won the "banter" it seems.


So how are you enjoying Sydney?

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Usman Khawaja cops nasty sledge about his brother
7Sport 3 Jan. 2019, 10:10 am
Usman Khawaja has reportedly been on the receiving end of a sledge about his brother, who was recently arrested over a fake terror plot.

According to Fairfax Media, Khawaja was preparing for the fourth Test at the SCG on Tuesday when he was approached by a member of the public asking for an autograph.

The ‘middle-aged man with a thick British accent’ reportedly said something to Khawaja about his brother’s situation, which left the Aussie batsman fuming.

Khawaja’s reaction was reportedly ‘measured and controlled’, removing himself from the situation . before alerting team officials.

Security removed the man from the SCG before Khawaja headed to the nets to tune up for the Test match.

Arsalan Khawaja was released on bail in early December after appearing in a Sydney court on charges of forgery and attempting to pervert justice.

But he was re-arrested last week “after allegedly attempting to influence a witness” in the counter-terror investigation, a New South Wales state police spokeswoman told AFP.

His bail was formally revoked by a Sydney magistrate last Friday and he is expected to remain in custody until the next court hearing in February.

Sri Lankan Mohamed Nizamdeen was arrested in August over a “hit list” written in a notebook, which outlined plans to kill then prime minister Malcolm Turnbull.

But police released Nizamdeen in September and later dropped the charges after investigators could not link the handwriting in the notebook to him.

Investigators have said they believe Arsalan Khawaja set up his university colleague Nizamdeen in relation to a dispute over a woman.

with AFP


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Not been to Sydney for a while.

How was he obviously English?

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Not been to Sydney for a while.

How was he obviously English?


Good question - many have South African, West Indian or Pakistani accents.

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You mean like Kepler Wessels?


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You mean like Kepler Wessels?


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You mean like Kepler Wessels?


Yes


Like?

Strauss, Trott, Pietersen, Lamb, R Smith, C Smith, Prior, A Grieg, D'Oliveriera, T Grieg, Curran


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ozzie owl wrote:
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You mean like Kepler Wessels?


Yes


Like?

Strauss, Trott, Pietersen, Lamb, R Smith, C Smith, Prior, A Grieg, D'Oliveriera, T Grieg, Curran



How many of those don't have British parentage. Looks like a lot of mainly people with English parentage to me.

Funny how "aussie" owl always makes this mistake.

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This is about accents or haven't you been concentrating again? It actually backs your claim re zzz's assumption re "heavy British accent" :wink:

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This is about accents or haven't you been concentrating again? It actually backs your claim re zzz's assumption re "heavy British accent" :wink:


We're still waiting for someone to prove how he was "clearly" English.

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India to win series 2-1


Good call, hope you had some coin on it

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Australia's Man of the Match - The rain.

I assume Pujara got man of the series.

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Australia's Man of the Match - The rain.

I assume Pujara got man of the series.


If not, Bumrah would have been as good a candidate

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