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Faf wears an apron

Gideon Haigh joins Jarrod Kimber to discuss the great Faf, Imran's heavy hand, the end for Quiney, fair pitches, Rory's comeback and Josh's free hotel rooms (28:08)

Producer: Jarrod Kimber

November 27, 2012

Posted by OzHorse on (November 27, 2012, 17:19 GMT)

Gideon, where did you get that pronounciation for Du Plessis from? Doo-Plazy?? I think a SA media buddy may be taking the proverbial. That Afrikaan surname is pronounced Doo-Ples-see.

Jarrod - where are my other review comments? I was spot-on re Kleinveld! Although he may well have a leg-cutter as well as the outswinger. He seems to be able to nip the ball both ways of the deck. He's the sort of guy who will always have a large gap between his good days and his bad days.

Posted by Patorick on (November 27, 2012, 12:11 GMT)

"Perhaps he's (Jackson Bird) unfortunate in not coming from NSW"

Might want to check his Cricinfo or Wikipedia page Gideon.

"Born December 11, 1986, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia".

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