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'I would've been a passenger in Australia' - Trott

England batsman Jonathan Trott talks about the events leading up to his withdrawal from the Test series in Australia. Watch the full programme Jonathan Trott: Burn Out on Sunday 16 March at 7pm on Sky Sports 1, in the UK.

ESPNcricinfo staff

March 14, 2014

Posted by disco_bob on (March 15, 2014, 0:09 GMT)

This clip raises more questions and answers none at all. The main question is of course related to what Trott is implying is a 'mental illness'. Some people don't accept that and if what Trott wants us to believe is true the question arises, 'so when did this debilitating illness manifest itself to the point that you had to leave the tour? What it only after being worked over by a resurgent MJ that it suddenly became impossible to carry on? And further, was no one in your camp, fellow players, team doctor, coach, not aware of the seriousness of the situation such that you were one mauling away from a breakdown?

Posted by mtlegend on (March 14, 2014, 19:39 GMT)

Good on ya Trott for getting back up and into the ring again. More courage to you sir.

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