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Lofthouse
Post subject: ODIs
PostPosted: 10:03 on 13th Jan 2014

Joined: 17:08 on 2nd Sep 2012
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Before you poms start whinging regarding Warners non dismissal (incidentally he was clearly not out) just look back a few months at Broad's non dismissal????? THAT was CHEATING at it's lowest form in any sport.
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Wozza
Post subject: Re: ODIs
PostPosted: 10:53 on 13th Jan 2014

Joined: 13:24 on 9th Jan 2014
Posts: 47
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just look back a few months at Broad's non dismissal????? THAT was CHEATING at it's lowest form in any sport.


Broad didn't walk but neither did Haddin in the same match

and if you want to talk cheating then just type in 'Michael Clarke not walking' in Youtube and watch the clips.....second thoughts don't bother as you'll only embarrass yourself AGAIN :lol: :lol:
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PeterT
Post subject: Re: ODIs
PostPosted: 13:51 on 13th Jan 2014

Joined: 18:20 on 17th Oct 2008
Posts: 173
Lofthouse Wrote:
Before you poms start whinging regarding Warners non dismissal (incidentally he was clearly not out) just look back a few months at Broad's non dismissal????? THAT was CHEATING at it's lowest form in any sport.


Regarding that dismissal, the Aussie commentators I was listening to slammed Warner for loitering on his way back to the pavilion, saying 'either walk or don't walk', ie don't do neither one nor the other and create a problem for the umpire. At least Mr Cricket was always consistent, saying without contradiction that he would NEVER walk.

By the way, don't they teach you how to use apostrophes in Oz? 'Warners' should say 'Warner's', to reflect that it is possessive, as you correctly used for 'Broad's'. However 'it's' can mean only 'it is' which makes no sense, so the apostrophe you used here is not needed.

We have given you the language (not to mention your political systems, common law, cricket, etc), please at least try to use it properly.
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