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Australia beaten

 
#1 Australia beaten
31/12/2008 18:31

Bob

yes,

I know this is a consulting forum - but for all the South Africans out there and fellow Aussie haters....

finally we beat them....wonder if England can follow?

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#2 RE: Australia beaten
31/12/2008 19:34

g'day cobber to Bob (#1)

That's not all they lost at this year. Most amusing article from the BBC...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/tomfordyce/2008/12/the_downer_down_under.html

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#3 RE: Australia beaten
31/12/2008 20:36

non to g'day cobber (#2)

got I hate them. bunch of shame, trent, mitchell, travis's

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#4 RE: Australia beaten
01/01/2009 03:12

Big Slick to Bob (#1)

i went to the mcg test match...was good to see someone else win for a change.

The fact is australia have never really fully recovered when some of their best players retired ( warne and gilchrist). Hayden will soon follow ( i'm pretty sure that scg will be his last test match, after which he will take voluntary retirement irrespective of results).

Australia still have good younger players, and under the stewardship of ponting will continue to be one of the leading teams ( just might not win em all as they used to).

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#5 RE: Australia beaten
01/01/2009 03:12

Big Slick to Bob (#1)

i went to the mcg test match...was good to see someone else win for a change.

The fact is australia have never really fully recovered when some of their best players retired ( warne and gilchrist). Hayden will soon follow ( i'm pretty sure that scg will be his last test match, after which he will take voluntary retirement irrespective of results).

Australia still have good younger players, and under the stewardship of ponting will continue to be one of the leading teams ( just might not win em all as they used to).

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#6 RE: Australia beaten
01/01/2009 05:30

RD to Big Slick (#5)

Ponting's stewardship is uninspiring and part of the problem (which is great to watch).

From here on in, until they find match winning bowlers they will struggle to beat the likes of SA and India.

England and even Pakistan (if they bring their A game and the precious Australians deem the country safe enough to tour) are now well matched against Australia.

Yet most of their players and fans remain so arrogant!

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