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Compton deserves his spot on the plane, but Andy has fuck’d him again.
England’s treatment of Nick Compton a flashback to the lost generation of the 1990s (via The Sideline Agenda)
I’m a son of the 1990s. When jumpers were to be exceptionally baggy; hair to be centre parted and preferably covered in styling gel; pop music to veer from the horribly commercial (Britney Spears), to the gloriously independent (Pavement). Another … Continue reading
Misbah-ul-Haq is the easiest player in world cricket to admire. Elevated to the Pakistan captaincy amid the upheaval and toil that erupted after the spot-fixing debacle of 2010, Misbah has led his side with an honesty and humility that is … Continue reading
‘Typical me, typical me, typical me I started something… and now I’m not too sure’ Let’s pretend that the last two series’ combine to make a five-Test mega series. If we do this, then it’s safe to state that for … Continue reading
Worcestershire County Cricket Club, post the 6th of May 1988, has been a club completely dominated by the performance and legacy of one man: Graeme Hick. On that day, the 21 year old Zimbabwean made history and inadvertently shaped that … Continue reading