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Tests of Character
Discover yourself by taking our quizzes
What is your cricketing mantra?
We saw plenty of drama in the latest episode of KP v the World. What would you have done?
Tweets are best used for:
Letting people know what parties you hit last night
Sounding the first battle cry
Giving fans a peek into your daily life
Test cricket is:
In need of players who can sex it up
To be given the respect it deserves
As easy as playing Twenty20
Glamour in cricket:
Can bring about your downfall
Comes to those who reek awesomeness
Is achieved by being yourself
Having a massive ego:
Means you are a prat
Means you're better than others around you
Isn't what attracts the ladies
People you rely on to win a game
Great to invent new dancing moves with
Less talented beings who have the good fortune of watching and learning from you (if only the ungrateful chumps realised that)
What should your relationship be with your captain?
One of clear understanding that he could never find a talent as incandescent as yours
One of mutual respect
Should players be allowed to pick and choose formats and tours?
Yes. What's the use being a millionaire sportsman if you don't call the shots in your career?
Obviously. If you rely on board officials, you'll find yourself stuck watching the rain come down all of May and June in dressing rooms across England, and be expected to write apology letters to the administrators for calling them incompetent
Not unless they are Sachin Tendulkar
Is it okay to describe your coach and captain in derogatory terms to opposition players?
Nah. That would be desperate.com. Let's spread some love
Of course. If they think they can win without you, they are a pair of useless twits and the world needs to know.
How do you want to be remembered as a player?
As one who gave his everything to cricket
One that everybody revered, craved and wanted to be like
As the sweetest, baddest, coolest cricketer that ever strutted on the international stage
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