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An offer too good to be true

Oct 28, 2006: At Centurion in January 2000 Hansie Cronje offered Nasser Hussain a target so generous that he 'couldn't believe it'. Only now do we know why ...

Martin Williamson

Gough admits to hangover during Test Match

May 13, 2001: Darren Gough has revealed that he once took to the field in a Test Match suffering from a severe hangover


Fifth Test Match

South Africa v England, 1999-2000

2001: Toss: England

Neil Manthorp

Hussain may appear at King commission

May 29, 2000: Cronjegate is becoming an even more intriguing merry-go-round these days with suggestions that England captain Nasser Hussain could be summoned to attend the King Commission of inquiry into malpractice and dishonesty said to involve South African

Trevor Chesterfield

Woolmer backs Cronje the Bold as ICC sniff at Test result

Jan 19, 2000: Centurion - As fond as the International Cricket Council are of peddling the myth that they believe in the modern image of the game, Hansie Cronje's decision to resurrect a dying Test with the support of Nasser Hussain has not gone down well at HQ

Trevor Chesterfield

Cronje slams ICC over negative whispers on declaration

Jan 18, 2000: Centurion - Hansie Cronje stepped into Test history on Tuesday and also threw down the gauntlet to the International Cricket Council, saying he did want to be part of the game if they disapproved of his unprecedented step in reviving what had been

Trevor Chesterfield

Hussain shoots down snub claims

Jan 17, 2000: Centurion - Nasser Hussain has shot down suggestions his idea to play a day/night limited-overs match after the fifth Test was "snubbed by the South African team"

Trevor Chesterfield

Cullinan quits as one-day player as SA plan for the future

Jan 14, 2000: No one can accuse Daryll Cullinan of failing to get his timing right last night when he announced his limited-overs career was over and that it was time South Africa did something about launching plans for the 2003 World Cup

Trevor Chesterfield
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