Posts Tagged ‘Giles Clarke’

It’s a well known fact that England really don’t have a lot of big hitters….

Was just looking through cricinfo and saw this article on Gerrie Snyman, a Namibian dude who has played 35 first-class matches and scored 2285 runs at a strike rate of 72. Limited overs cricket: 1951 runs @ a SR of 110.

Perhaps they should try to find some long lost English uncle of Snyman so that they could get him in the squad for the T20WC, like the Netherlands did for Aussie Dirk Nannes, and get him to teach the other English players to play shots like this…

ECB, I require a commission for suggesting the idea, or I shall kick you in the arse, Mr. Clarke (some relation to Michael Clarke? Possibly another Aussie spy who knows Urdu!)


Giles Clarke and the ECB have…

Posted: February 20, 2009 in Uncategorized
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…, in the words of satirist Andy Zaltzman, …emerged from this with egg on its face, in its hair, all over its jacket, and dribbling apologetically onto its shoes.

Well, I should have known that something was up with Al when I read that his financial ventures are recession-proof.

It’s now all in the open. The SEC has served Al with papers, and he’s gonna be busted anytime soon.

Good for the bastard who said that Test Cricket is boring!

Apparently, he had went AWOL for some time.

Federal investigators caught up with him.

Therefore, from now on, we should all heed the words of Andy Zaltzman, and remember what he said.

Never trust a sentence that has ‘Texan’ and ‘cricket’ in it