Thursday, December 22, 2005


Andrew Miller writes, as part of his coverage of the English team on their disastrous tour of Pakistan:

"Without England's blessing, cricket becomes as relevant on a global scale as the popular subcontinent sport of kabbadi - that curious game of tag wrestling that attracts a committed following but has as much clout on the international stage as the World Conkers Championship."

Insufferable tosh. England was irrelevant for years in the 1990s and the game went on just fine.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

So true

12:50 PM  

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