Cricket World Cup Thread
Posted 24 October 2005 - 05:15 AM
"What I saw as a drinking culture was affecting more members of the squad than I had initially thought," he said. "We were tending to socialise in the same groups [and] that had unhinged what should have been the joker in our pack: togetherness. As captain, I felt slightly let down by my most senior professional, Ian Healy, who was struggling to come to terms with the approaching end of his career and for the first time in his cricket life had let his discipline and work ethic slide."
Convicts and Booze
Posted 31 October 2005 - 02:47 PM
Well done India. What better way to drag the country out of the problems of bombings, floods and a derailed train.
And we're being skittled by the leader of the PLO... :wonder:
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