The News tonight -
"I still back our boys any day so my prediction is still three-nil."
He's so funny! Except the time before the last time that happened... well, you know. I don't want to talk about it.
And then Justin Langer says he wishes he was playing in this series to exact his vengeance on Ntini.
And then they showed a shot of Michael Clarke inspecting pink stumps.
And then back to Glenn, saying how proud he is that they're renaming Ladies' Day 'Jane McGrath Day', and his surprise that something at the SCG was named after her instead of him.
Obviously no one cares what current players have to say about things. I guess when it's Michael Clarke on offer, that's no surprise.
And then there was Alastair Cook, complete with eyeliner, saying that the England players would be donating half of their match fees to the families of those attacks in Mumbai.
I'm no England fan.
But that's a cool gesture. Respect.
Therefore Cooky, it would seem, though almost as inarticulate as Freddie, has more to say than any of the current Australian players.
- ► 2009 (51)
- Att: board of selectors
- Hey BlackCaps
- My Joernaal - day 24
- Girly squeals abound
- Turning the screws
- When all else fails...
- Binga, bad to worse
- My Joernaal - day 22
- Aussies to smash Poms in charity match... right?
- Please go away!
- Festivity ahoy
- My Joernaal - day 18
- Ponting - not the worst
- Inadequate solutions to monumental problems
- My Joernaal - day 17
- Ponting denounces graciousness
- One night, a few glasses of Wolf Blass later...
- Australia wins again!
- Bunking off work
- Cricket in sunny Perth
- Retired crickets: more interesting than the curren...
- Cricket Etc
- My first match of the season
- OH MY GOD OH MY GOD THE PROTEAS ARE HERE
- ▼ December (24)