Originally Posted by Ali TT
I thought this until I saw him at Trent Bridge on the day of the 60ao. Was fielding near us and getting a lot of abuse from a small group of drunk blokes which got pretty tedious after a while. During the afternoon he ended up signing about 40 autographs for kids and a couple of adults, chatted to several fans and posed in two girls' selfie shot. Apart from the moron who kept chanting Miiiiiitch-elll well past the point of amusement he turned the rest of the crowd around onto his side. Came across as a top bloke despite it being a probable career low point.
Me too. In interviews, Johnson always came across as a decent bloke and they really are the only way most of us can judge these things. Never heard of him doing anything to warrant the above abuse.
He was a great bowler to watch and probably the main reason the Aussies won the Ashes down under. Good luck to him in retirement.