December 12, 2013

'Johnson is the uncommon denominator between the two series'

Jarrod Kimber and Gideon Haigh try to make sense of the first two Ashes Tests, and wonder if Flower turned his players into East German athletes

Jarrod Kimber and Gideon Haigh try to make sense of the first two Ashes Tests, and wonder if Flower turned his players into East German athletes

Jarrod Kimber is 50% of the Two Chucks, and the mind responsible for cricketwithballs.com

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  • bijja on December 13, 2013, 11:17 GMT

    Jarrod Kimber is brilliant! One should read his book "When Freddie became Jesus" on the 2005 Ashes series to really appreciate his wit, analysis and knowledge of cricket. Keep going, Jarrod, Old Boy!

  • bijja on December 13, 2013, 11:17 GMT

    Jarrod Kimber is brilliant! One should read his book "When Freddie became Jesus" on the 2005 Ashes series to really appreciate his wit, analysis and knowledge of cricket. Keep going, Jarrod, Old Boy!

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  • bijja on December 13, 2013, 11:17 GMT

    Jarrod Kimber is brilliant! One should read his book "When Freddie became Jesus" on the 2005 Ashes series to really appreciate his wit, analysis and knowledge of cricket. Keep going, Jarrod, Old Boy!