#politeenquiries: Is Warner brave or stupid?

Enquiries about Graeme Smith's future in Tests, the best bowler in the world and whether there is a possibility for Kevin Pietersen to play for South Africa, and more answered by Jarrod Kimber and Firdose Moonda

March 3, 2014

Posted by   on (March 4, 2014, 13:24 GMT)

Kallis the cat obviously saw Ashes footage and pulled the pin before he had to face Johnson - Coward. Smith will wish he'd done the same.

Posted by   on (March 3, 2014, 21:24 GMT)

G. Smith retiring. Another one bites the dust. At the Ashes, we had man English players. Is Mitchell Johnson the best? Should Dennis Lillee be given an award for re-creating Johnson? AUS is #1 for ever and ever. I fear PAK or India facing Johnson in Australia. There will be a whole team retirements.

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