No, that title’s not a reference to the number of close fielders Sir Ian wants at any one time, but instead a rubbish pun on a film from a few years back. The actual article is about looking at English all-rounders. And weeping softly.
Jimmy Anderson’s overtaking of Sir Ian Botham’s record led some to party in the streets. Not us. We weren’t invited to the party so stayed home and did charts instead.
More random stuff from YouTube, this week with violence, old people and the utter rubbishness of the IPL. Plus some dangerous allegations about Editor Steve.
Two men, one of whom liked to cane young boys and one who punched a policemen, got together to write a book. What could possibly go wrong?
Cricketers and bad television commercials go together like Hendrick’s gin, Schweppes tonic, a slice of Waitrose organic cucumber and some ICC-approved non-branded ice.
Australia’s search for the next Shane Warne seems destined to last for all eternity. We take a look at what the man himself is up to nowadays. When he isn’t taking ‘EH’ to the IPL, at least.
We turn to a man who looked incredibly unaccomplished at the start of his international career but against all odds, became a crucial member of a resurgent team. Before going quite shit again.