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Old 2nd March 2007, 11:49   #21
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Very true!!!

Altho we were never in the race I sooooo wanted Warwicks to sign him.
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Old 2nd March 2007, 11:54   #22
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I just had to wipe a tear from my eye at:

"My family and friends are all in this county and if I am really honest I could never have been comfortable leaving them behind. I know many of the members have been upset that I wished to leave and I am determined to show them just how much Yorkshire means to me.

I am sorry for all of the uncertainty of the past few months but I want to put it all behind me now and focus on my cricket. Most of all I want to see Yorkshire having a great season in 2007."
We've missed a trick you know. Some badlad should taken over Headingly and then we should have upped sicks elsewhere , thus bringing the team together.

Seems my mother was right, she said Mcgrath was staying on Wednesday.
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Old 2nd March 2007, 11:56   #23
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We've missed a trick you know. Some badlad should taken over Headingly and then we should have upped sicks elsewhere , thus bringing the team together.

Seems my mother was right, she said Mcgrath was staying on Wednesday.
Is your mother Stewart Regan?
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Old 2nd March 2007, 11:57   #24
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Although, I do now wonder what the point was in signing Rudolph
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Old 2nd March 2007, 11:59   #25
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Although, I do now wonder what the point was in signing Rudolph
So Jacques-Yourbody could get himself some valuable experience of English conditions?
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Old 2nd March 2007, 12:00   #26
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Old 2nd March 2007, 12:58   #27
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So McGrath has now decided to stay.
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The Moxon appointment is great news, albeit a bit overdue and perilously close to the start of next season.

I think we'll be talking about Moxon and Gough in the same affectionate terms as Best & Law, Terry & June ,fish & chips, Nash & Tax
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Old 2nd March 2007, 13:27   #29
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The Moxon appointment is great news, albeit a bit overdue and perilously close to the start of next season.

I think we'll be talking about Moxon and Gough in the same affectionate terms as Best & Law, Terry & June ,fish & chips, Nash & Tax
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Old 2nd March 2007, 14:45   #30
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Goughie says that Yorkshire is the greatest county. Gotta lurve him.

http://sport.guardian.co.uk/cricket/...023600,00.html

"At my age you need a challenge and to captain the greatest county in England was a challenge I couldn't turn down."
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im kinda ****ed off bout the title of this thread.... why is england being classified as gods own country.. they are all gods own countries.. arent they??

or the english are trying to say god made them only and we all just hopped along on the ride or something
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im kinda ****ed off bout the title of this thread.... why is england being classified as gods own country.. they are all gods own countries.. arent they??

or the english are trying to say god made them only and we all just hopped along on the ride or something

It's a Yorkshire thing, we're God's own COUNTY. I.E. We're better than the likes of Surrey. It's also kind of ironic on my part, having little time or patience for the likes of Boycott, Trueman and Illingworth who propogate this sort of attitude whilst secretly believing it wholeheartedly myself.

Time for you to visit the optometrist Mr Faisal, methinks.
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What I thought was interesting was McGrath commenting on the awful atmosphere in the dressing room last season. I don't remember anyone else coming clean with what most of us had heard in whispers anyway.
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What I thought was interesting was McGrath commenting on the awful atmosphere in the dressing room last season. I don't remember anyone else coming clean with what most of us had heard in whispers anyway.
Now Byas has gone, it'll be easier for people to come out and say that - I think the Regan/ Gough/ Moxon axis stands for FUN, FUN, FUN!
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Now Byas has gone, it'll be easier for people to come out and say that - I think the Regan/ Gough/ Moxon axis stands for FUN, FUN, FUN!
And WIN, WIN, WIN!
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And WIN, WIN, WIN!
As long as they're having FUN, FUN, FUN whilst doing it, I'm sure that Dazzler will LOVE it.
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I think that Regan will stay out of the cricket side of things... he has a business to run and that seems to be his forte. But I think he was brought in to sort out a right bugger's muddle and eventually it's starting to come right for him.
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I think that Regan will stay out of the cricket side of things... he has a business to run and that seems to be his forte. But I think he was brought in to sort out a right bugger's muddle and eventually it's starting to come right for him.
That's the ticket isn't it - ensure Test cricket, and an improved ground - which they've done, build links in the community, work in partnership - they're like a forward thinking local authority... Blimey, did we ever think we'd see the day? This whole cricketing lark is going to have to go a long way to keep up with Yorkshire Publicly Limited Cricket Club (tm)
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