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JHB, Mark Butcher, George Dobell and Jarrod Kimber preview the first Test, spoil the plots of a few films, and do their best to get George deported

November 18, 2013

Posted by Liquefierrrr on (November 19, 2013, 22:37 GMT)

A thinly veiled, overly smug and poorly constructed attempt to undermine and embarrass Australia's media, general population and players, all cited by a bunch of nobodies, in particular the horribly mediocre Mark Butcher (Test Average 34) who states the following gems throughout his passive-aggressive, poorly phrased and generally illogical rant:

* Tremlett has been bowling too well to get wickets as nobody can get a nick on him

* Compares England's performance in 10/11 series with what is going to happen in this series (if we are cross-comparing different teams how about we compare how England fared 1989 - 2005?)

* He and others within this futile, unprofessional and childish 'video article' imply Australia's media is fickle and sensationalist (ever read the Daily Mail or EVERY other one of your ridiculously sensationalist papers?)

I cannot believe this subjective nonsense was allowed to appear on cricinfo, absolutely useless, had nothing informative. Shame on all of you.

Posted by Front-Foot-Sponge on (November 18, 2013, 21:13 GMT)

Just look at this picture, Australia will belt England, the premonition is vivid.

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