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Old 26th January 2018, 19:21   #4501
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Yep.I saw him at Trent Bridge in 2013 (the innings Agar got 98). His run up and action disintegrated. I think that was after the first remodel because of the Smith rule change. Think he's remodeled again, with a shorter run, but it's a pretty mechanical, ugly action and he's lost about 5mph.
I hate it when they remodel actions. England were very lucky they didn't completely ruin Anderson back in the day. I don't give Moores credit for very much but picking and backing Jimmy when he was almost ruined was a great decision.
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I hate it when they remodel actions. England were very lucky they didn't completely ruin Anderson back in the day. I don't give Moores credit for very much but picking and backing Jimmy when he was almost ruined was a great decision.
I agree that there is a tendency to overcoach based on some concept that techniques have to conform, Finn has to take some responsibility for his own travails. When he first burst onto the scene, he kept falling over in his follow through. Then he kept running into the stumps, which got banned. I'm not sure the coaches can be blamed for him doing either.
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