A talk show on English cricket

Is Boof nuclear enough?

Jonathan Harris-Bass is joined by Dan Brettig, George Dobell and Jarrod Kimber to talk about Mickey Arthur's termination, England's choke and the Ashes

Producer: Jarrod Kimber

June 25, 2013

Posted by neonblaze on (June 27, 2013, 8:28 GMT)

Hey, anybody recall Greg Chappell's regime in India and his subsequent firing? What goes around, comes around! Aussies don't like the boot on the other foot!

Posted by Bearded_Lefty on (June 26, 2013, 19:34 GMT)

ye gods, please sort the audio out on here, it's a bit terrible. great content, awful sound.

Posted by   on (June 26, 2013, 1:55 GMT)

I say Cold Coffee old boy. You are not running the empire anymore.........

Posted by coldcoffee123 on (June 25, 2013, 15:24 GMT)

It will be interesting to see how many times Australian batting cross 250 runs during the Ashes. Australia does not need new coaches or staff. They need to find upcoming, talented domestic batsmen. Also, you (Clarke and co.) need to respect players like Katich, Hussey, Ponting instead of reminding them their age. It is not as if Australia has 10,000 Bradmans waiting in the wings. Arrogance and stupidity...

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