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 Post subject: Re: Aus v Sth Africa
PostPosted: Tue Nov 08, 2016 11:34 am 
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Seems like the Aussies think the DRS was cheating again.


Listening to Warne contradicting himself about it in the same sentence the other day was amusing. I don't see what the complaints are about, Smith was given out (I admit he was a long way down and looked a harsh decision), DRS showed the umpire made the correct call.

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Seems like the Aussies think the DRS was cheating again.


Listening to Warne contradicting himself about it in the same sentence the other day was amusing. I don't see what the complaints are about, Smith was given out (I admit he was a long way down and looked a harsh decision), DRS showed the umpire made the correct call.


Ian Chappell defended the umps decision when backed up by DRS. He's Aussie too isn't he?

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Oh yes, he's definitely Aussie


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Seems like the Aussies think the DRS was cheating again.


Listening to Warne contradicting himself about it in the same sentence the other day was amusing. I don't see what the complaints are about, Smith was given out (I admit he was a long way down and looked a harsh decision), DRS showed the umpire made the correct call.


Ian Chappell defended the umps decision when backed up by DRS. He's Aussie too isn't he?


He is, doesn't change what I said about Warne though.

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Who the hell can stand listening to 9 commentry team these days,self absorbed ar5eholes.
Give me the ABC anyday.


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Who the hell can stand listening to 9 commentry team these days,self absorbed ar5eholes.
Give me the ABC anyday.


KP is a refreshing change.

The only one who seems to speak sense.

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KP is a refreshing change.

The only one who seems to speak sense.

I think you're letting your man love for KP cloud your vision.

His commentary on the cracks in the pitch was farcical.

Interesting that several times he indirectly referred to himself as a South African supporter - I wonder what he would say if England were playing the Boers?

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He spoke of himself as an Englishman. Obviously you weren't listening when he said that when he played at the Waca with the holder of the Ashes, he thought that the test would be over in 3 days. :wink:


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Stitch This wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:
KP is a refreshing change.

The only one who seems to speak sense.

I think you're letting your man love for KP cloud your vision.

His commentary on the cracks in the pitch was farcical.

Interesting that several times he indirectly referred to himself as a South African supporter - I wonder what he would say if England were playing the Boers?


KP spends most time laughing and carrying on like a pork chop. Not necessarily a bad thing and probably the closest thing to Bill Lawry since his retirement.
It hasn't been the same since Richie, Bill & Tony left the commentary team. Boycott was a laugh on the odd occasion they let him in.

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Stitch This wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:
KP is a refreshing change.

The only one who seems to speak sense.

I think you're letting your man love for KP cloud your vision.

His commentary on the cracks in the pitch was farcical.

Interesting that several times he indirectly referred to himself as a South African supporter - I wonder what he would say if England were playing the Boers?


I would expect him to support SA, he's a south African. Is he a Boer though?

What was wrong with his comments on the crack, I thought it was insightful to hear what would be in the batsmen's head. I know when I kept I used to constantly talk about the state of the pitch to the close fielders to put that doubt in the batsmen's head.

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Stitch This wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:
KP is a refreshing change.

The only one who seems to speak sense.

I think you're letting your man love for KP cloud your vision.

His commentary on the cracks in the pitch was farcical.

Interesting that several times he indirectly referred to himself as a South African supporter - I wonder what he would say if England were playing the Boers?


Maybe that's a question for ozzie owl to answer as the person most experienced in supporting multiple teams?


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Will have to take your word as after last summer I have boycotted listening
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Doesn't look like there is going to be much commentary this innings.


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Switched over and watching the england game. Ow but that was a funny session.

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Well, the aussies are on the improve, they made more than 60 :lol: :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Aus v Sth Africa
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Australia to lose by an innings and a few runs.

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Faaaark me.

Australia 0/1 and its starts raining.

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All quiet on the aussie cricket supporters front :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Stitch This wrote:
Faaaark me.

Australia 0/1 and its starts raining.


Is that 0/1 in Bomber speak or the proper way?


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Sawajiri Erika wrote:
Stitch This wrote:
Faaaark me.

Australia 0/1 and its starts raining.


Is that 0/1 in Bomber speak or the proper way?


It was the real way. They're currently 35/1 - chasing 241 to make SA bat again

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There needs to be some changes before the next ashes, so maybe another poor series will see a sweep out of some of the status quo. That said, the Saffers look pretty good and will be relishing these conditions, even with a couple decent players missing.
Smith needs to work on coin tosses - he's crap at winning them of late.
I notice no foreigners talking of doctored pitches this year. Interesting.

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That's because Australia are at home


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Bomber wrote:
There needs to be some changes before the next ashes, so maybe another poor series will see a sweep out of some of the status quo. That said, the Saffers look pretty good and will be relishing these conditions, even with a couple decent players missing.
Smith needs to work on coin tosses - he's crap at winning them of late.
I notice no foreigners talking of doctored pitches this year. Interesting.


Don't know what a normal tasmania pitch is like and didn't see much of the WACA. No doubt Adelaide oval will be doctored though just so they can use the pink ball.

This SA team without Steyn and De Villiers and Smith wen trying to take out their bowlers

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Just seen Warner's wicket. So funny.

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Bomber wrote:
There needs to be some changes before the next ashes, so maybe another poor series will see a sweep out of some of the status quo. That said, the Saffers look pretty good and will be relishing these conditions, even with a couple decent players missing.
Smith needs to work on coin tosses - he's crap at winning them of late.
I notice no foreigners talking of doctored pitches this year. Interesting.



How can someone work on the coin toss???
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Bomber wrote:
There needs to be some changes before the next ashes, so maybe another poor series will see a sweep out of some of the status quo. That said, the Saffers look pretty good and will be relishing these conditions, even with a couple decent players missing.
Smith needs to work on coin tosses - he's crap at winning them of late.
I notice no foreigners talking of doctored pitches this year. Interesting.



How can someone work on the coin toss???
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Ahh bless, you thought he was serious.

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