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#21 Northern Sol

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Posted 06 February 2014 - 10:02 PM

Piers "Morgan" Moron has publicly sided with KP. So that's my mind made up, then!

Apparently they are mates, Sickening.



#22 Mumby Magic

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Posted 06 February 2014 - 11:31 PM

In leymans terms. He's one of England's best middle order since maybe Gower. He is controversial. Toss the coin and decide if he's worth it.


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#23 bbfaz

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Posted 07 February 2014 - 12:28 PM

It's not about tossing the coin.  He's 33, he's past his best and he has previous for being arrogant, egotistical and divisive.  He's never going to be the grizzled old pro who takes the lads under his wing and that's what is needed to rebuild the team.  The problem with this country is complacency.  We seldom strive to keep it going and in those times that we do, there comes a point where we mess it up.  England cricket has reached the latter point.  I'm not convinced this team is quite as terrible as this winter made them look, I think people were physically and mentally exhausted with the amount of cricket they've played, two Ashes series in a year is unprecidented.   However, if they are going to take the wise decision to tear it down and start again before things get any worse, they have to get rid of any potential bad eggs.  That's KP, always has been.


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