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Comments: 7 
Posted by AidanFX on (February 11, 2012, 0:44 GMT)

Captain 2006 Ashes series

Posted by Cantthinkofone on (February 11, 2012, 0:27 GMT)

I don't even know what the IPL issue is? He was a legend. No one cares about IPL.

Posted by Outside_Off_Stump on (February 10, 2012, 8:58 GMT)

For consoling Brett Lee after the Ashes win, Goddammit!

Posted by JB77 on (February 10, 2012, 6:40 GMT)

Flin....toff? Sorry doesn't ring a bell.

Posted by   on (February 9, 2012, 18:56 GMT)

What about being the 1st Freelance Player?

Posted by SajithKrishna on (February 9, 2012, 16:40 GMT)

The encounter with Dwayne Bravo would also be a part of it! Haha!

Posted by drlimpel on (February 9, 2012, 14:57 GMT)

IPL issue given way too much importance in the pie chart. No one really cares about it.

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